Professor Ego Seeman
Ego Seeman has worked in the field of osteoporosis for 35 years studying the epidemiology, pathogenesis and treatment of fragility fractures in women and men of Caucasian and Asian origin. He signaled that fractures in men is a public health problem, emphasized the role of growth as a forerunner of bone frailty in old age and emphasized the neglected role of cortical porosity as a cause of bone fragility. Professor Seeman has contributed to studies of many drugs used today. He has over 350 publications. He is past President of the Australian and New Zealand Bone Mineral Society, Editor of Progress in Osteoporosis, and an Associate Editor of Osteoporosis International.