Awarded at the Ninth Biennial Congress of of ISAKOS in Toronto, Canada, May 2013
John J. Joyce Award Sponsored by Smith & Nephew
In 1981, Dr. John J. Joyce III offered a monetary prize for the best arthroscopy paper read during the Scientific Program of the Fourth Congress of the International Arthroscopy Association in Rio de Janeiro. With characteristic generosity, he endowed a prize to be awarded at every IAA Congress thereafter. A committee comprised of members of the ISAKOS Arthroscopy Committee selects the prize winners.
First Place: Steven Claes, Belgium. The Segond Fracture: Just an X-Ray Clue for a Ruptured Anterior Cruciate Ligament?
Second Place: Ariel Palanca, United States. Pain-Related Cytokines in Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus: A Role For Prognosis And Risk Factors For Arthritis?
Richard B. Caspari Award Sponsored by DePuy Mitek
Beginning at the 2003 ISAKOS Congress in Auckland, New Zealand, a monetary prize in honor of Richard B. Caspari was awarded to the best upper extremity paper read at the scientific program of the congress. A panel composed of members of the ISAKOS Upper Extremity Committee selects the prize winners.
First Place (tie): Paulo Santoro Belangero, Brazil. Expression Profile of Collagen Genes in Shoulder Instability.
Mike H. Baums, Germany. Biomechanical, Cell Biological and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Morphological Results Comparing Single- and Double-Row Repair.
Scientific Award Sponsored by Ossur
Beginning at the 2007 ISAKOS Congress in Florence, Italy, a monetary prize was awarded to the best scientific paper presented during the scientific program of the congress. A panel composed of members of the ISAKOS Scientific Committee selects the prize winners.
First Place: Justin P. Roe, Australia. Endoscopic Transphyseal Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Children Using Live Donor Hamstring Tendon Allograft.
Second Place: Volker Musahl, United States. A Standardized Pivot Shift Test and Newly Developed iPad Application Can Quantify ACL Injury in Patients
Albert Trillat Young Investigator's Award Sponsored by Stryker
Established in memory of Professor Albert Trillat, past president and founder of the International Society of the Knee, this award provides recognition for a young researcher who has done outstanding clinical laboratory research contributing to the understanding, care, or prevention of injuries to the knee. A panel composed of members of the ISAKOS Knee Committee reviews the award applications and the winning manuscript is presented at the ISAKOS Biennial Congress.
Jeffrey R. Padalecki, United States. Biomechanical Consequences of A Complete Radial Tear Near The Medial Meniscus Posterior Root Attachment Site: In-Situ Pullout Repair Restores Derangement Of Joint Mechanics
Achilles Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Research Award Sponsored by DJO Global
This ISAKOS award recognizes researchers who have done outstanding clinical or laboratory research in the field of sports medicine, such as the care and prevention of injuries. A panel composed of members of the ISAKOS Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Committee reviews the award applications and the winning manuscript is presented at the ISAKOS Biennial Congress.
Umile Giuseppe Longo, Italy. The FIFA 11+ Programme is Effective in Preventing Injuries in Elite Male Basketballers: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial
The Patellofemoral Research Excellence Award Sponsored by The Patellofemoral Foundation, Inc.
The Patellofemoral Research Excellence Award was established in 2003 to encourage outstanding research leading to improved understanding, prevention, and treatment of patellofemoral pain or instability. A panel composed of representatives from the ISAKOS Knee and Scientific Committees, The International PF Study Group, and The Patellofemoral Foundation review the award applications and the winning manuscript is presented at the ISAKOS Biennial Congress.
Shinya Oka, Japan. A Simulation of the Optimal Femoral Insertion Site in Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction
The Patellofemoral Traveling Fellowship Sponsored by the Patellofemoral Foundation, Inc. and DJO Global
This travel award is to promote better understanding and communication regarding patellofemoral pain. This opportunity will be available on a competitive basis to an orthopaedic surgeon interested in the study and advancement of understanding of the patellofemoral joint. Preference will be given to those who have established an academic record of accomplishment. The Patellofemoral Foundation will provide a stipend to permit visits to several centers, worldwide, that offer opportunities to learn about the complexities of patellofemoral pain. The fellow will write a report of the experience that will be considered for publication in Arthroscopy.
Laurie Hiemstra, Canada
Shital Parikh, United States
The Upper Extremity Traveling Fellowship
This fellowship was developed to promote better understanding and communication regarding injuries or conditions involving the structures of the Upper Extremity. This opportunity will be available on a competitive basis to an orthopaedic surgeon between the ages of 35 and 45 years, interested in the study and advancement of understanding of injuries to the Upper Extremity. Preference will be given to those who have established an academic record of accomplishment. A stipend will be provided to permit visits to several centers, worldwide, that can match their facilities with the applicant's interest. The fellow will write a report of the experience that will be considered for publication in Arthroscopy.
Bernard Kuo Hung Lin, Singapore
Vasyl Makarov, Ukraine
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