International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury (IRCOBI)
1975-04-07 Lyon France
7 Apr 1975, Lyon (France), following preliminary discussions with OECD Road Research Secretariat and the setting up of International Research Committee on the Biokinetics of Impacts, Sep 1971. Original title: International Research Council on the Biokinetics of Impacts -- Comité international de recherche sur la biocinétique des chocs. 1992, name changed to International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI).
Promote research and training of researchers in the field of biomechanics; encourage studies on the transfer of kinetic energy in and outside the human body; serve as a reference group engaged in epidemiological studies and on studies of motor vehicle design and accident research; collect information on biokinetics of impact.
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