Join us for an informative, free live webinar with Professor Clinton Rubin. We'll be talking about Low-intensity Vibration, osteoporosis and all things bone health. Professor Clinton Rubin is the Director of the Center of Biotechnology at Stony Brook University, New York. His work is centered around understanding the cellular mechanisms and mechanical stimuli responsible for bone growth and health. In collaboration with NASA, Professor Rubin researched and developed the Low-intensity Vibration technology used in the Marodyne LiV device. Professor Rubin is joined on our panel by Dave Crucefix. Having been a research scientist with Kodak, Dave has a knack for taking technical subjects and translating them into everyday terms. A sufferer with CMT (Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease), Dave uses the Marodyne LiV device to help with his condition.