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Arthroscopy Announces Annual Awards

      Abstract

      Social media has transformed the way we communicate, including truncating the manner in which we converse. A positive result is that we are mindfully succinct as we acclaim our annual research prize winners. Just as investigations have limitations, we are limited in the number of publications that we can recognize. We are excited to celebrate our outstanding papers.
      Social media has transformed the way we communicate in many ways, and one of the unintended consequences is truncation in the manner in which we now converse. Twitter and it's character limit may force us to get to the core of our message.
      • Edwards M.
      How social media has changed how we communicate. Future of Work March 17, 2015.
      A positive result is that we get right to the point as we recognize research excellence. The odds of having a submission accepted for publication in Arthroscopy are long; winning an award even more so.
      • Brand J.C.
      • Rossi M.J.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Award winning research recognized.
      Congratulations are thus much in order for our winners and runners up.

      Clinical Research Award Winners

      The previous recipient of the Arthroscopy Journal Award for Clinical Research was “Periarticular Injection Versus Femoral Nerve Block for Pain Relief After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Randomized Controlled Trial” authored by Kenji Kurosaka, Sachiyuki Tsukada, Hiroshi Nakayama, Tomoya Iseki, Ryo Kanto, Ryo Sugama, and Shinichi Yoshiya.
      • Kurosaka K.
      • Tsukada S.
      • Nakayama H.
      • Iseki T.
      • Kanto R.
      • Sugama R.
      • Yoshiya S.
      Periarticular injection versus femoral nerve block for pain relief after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A randomized controlled trial.
      The 2018 winner of the Arthroscopy Award for Clinical Research Excellence is “No Functional Difference Between Three and Six Weeks of Immobilization After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Non-Inferiority Trial” by Kjersti Jenssen, Kirsten Lundgreen, Jan Madsen, Rune Kvakestad, Are Pripp, and Sigbjørn Dimmen.
      • Jenssen K.K.
      • Lundgreen K.
      • Madsen J.E.
      • Kvakestad R.
      • Pripp A.H.
      • Dimmen S.
      No functional difference between three and six weeks of immobilization after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: A prospective randomized controlled non-inferiority trial.
      This Level I investigation is clinically relevant, yet in his Editorial Commentary, “Avoid Passive Acceptance of Early Active Range of Motion After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair,”
      • Ciccone W.
      Editorial commentary: Avoid passive acceptance of early active range of motion after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair.
      William Ciccone cautioned that “Following arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, there is a balance between allowing reliable tendon healing and regaining range of motion.” Our other finalists are noted in Table 1.
      Table 12018 Arthroscopy Journal Clinical Research Award Winner (*) and Runners-up
      Article TitleAuthors
      *No Functional Difference Between Three and Six Weeks of Immobilization after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Non-Inferiority Trial
      • Jenssen K.K.
      • Lundgreen K.
      • Madsen J.E.
      • Kvakestad R.
      • Pripp A.H.
      • Dimmen S.
      No functional difference between three and six weeks of immobilization after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: A prospective randomized controlled non-inferiority trial.
      Jenssen KK, Lundgreen K, Madsen JE, Kvakestad R, Pripp AH, Dimmen S
      Acetabular All-Suture Anchor for Labral Repair: Incidence of Intraoperative Failure due to Pullout
      • Byrd J.W.T.
      • Jones K.
      • Loring C.
      • Sparks S.
      Acetabular all-suture anchor for labral repair: Incidence of intraoperative failure due to pullout.
      Byrd JWT, Jones K, Loring C, Sparks S
      Diagnostic Accuracy of Sequential Arthroscopic Approach for Ramp Lesions of the Posterior Horn of the Medial Meniscus in Anterior Cruciate Ligament-Deficient Knee
      • Kim S.H.
      • Lee S.H.
      • Kang-Il Kim K.-I.
      • Yang J.-W.
      Diagnostic accuracy of sequential arthroscopic approach for ramp lesions of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus in anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee.
      Kim SH, Lee SH, Kang-Il Kim K-I, Yang J-W
      Outcomes Following Limited or Extensive Bursectomy during Rotator Cuff Repair: Randomized Control Trial
      • Nam J.-H.
      • Park S.
      • Lee H.-R.
      • Kim S.H.
      Outcomes following limited or extensive bursectomy during rotator cuff repair: randomized control trial.
      Nam J-H, Park S, Lee H-R, Kim SH
      Epidemiology and Detrimental Impact of Opioid Use in Patients Undergoing Arthroscopic Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome
      • Westerman R.W.
      • Hu J.
      • Hagen M.S.
      • Willey M.C.
      • Lynch T.S.
      • Rosneck J.
      Epidemiology and detrimental impact of opioid use in patients undergoing arthroscopic treatment of femoroacetabular impingement syndrome.
      Westerman RW, Hu J, Hagen MS, Willey MC, Lynch TS, Rosneck J
      Propionibacterium acnes Suture Contamination in Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Study
      • Yamakado K.
      Propionibacterium acnes suture contamination in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: A prospective randomized study.
      Yamakado K

      Basic Science Research Excellence Award Winners

      The 2017 winner of the Arthroscopy Journal Award for Basic Science Research Excellence was the report by Haruhiko Nakagawa, Toru Morihara, Hiroyoshi Fujiwara, Yukichi Kabuto, Tsuyoshi Sukenari, Yoshikazu Kida, Ryuhei Furukawa, Yuji Arai, Ken-ichi Matsuda, Mitsuhiro Kawata, Masaki Tanaka, and Toshikazu Kubo,”Effect of Footprint Preparation on Tendon-to-Bone Healing: A Histologic and Biomechanical Study in a Rat Rotator Cuff Repair Model.”
      • Nakagawa H.
      • Morihara T.
      • Fujiwara H.
      • Kabuto Y.
      • Sukenari T.
      • Kida Y.
      • Furukawa R.
      • Arai Y.
      • Matsuda K.
      • Kawata M.
      • Tanaka M.
      • Kubo T.
      Effect of footprint preparation on tendon-to-bone healing: A histologic and biomechanical study in a rat rotator cuff repair model.”.
      The 2018 winner is the publication by Amir Lebaschi, Xiang-Hua Deng, Christopher Camp, Jianchun Zong, Guang-Ting Cong, Camila Carballo, Zoe Album, and Scott Rodeo, “Biomechanical, Histologic, and Molecular Evaluation of Tendon Healing in a New Murine Model of Rotator Cuff Repair.”
      • Lebaschi A.H.
      • Deng X.-H.
      • Camp C.L.
      • Zong J.
      • Cong G.-T.
      • Carballo C.B.
      • Album Z.
      • Rodeo S.A.
      Biomechanical, histologic, and molecular evaluation of tendon healing in a new murine model of rotator cuff repair.
      As noted in the Editorial Commentary, this paper was notable for strong methodology, a clinically relevant topic that may translate from a small animal model to human rotator cuff tendon-to-bone healing, and inclusion of an instructive video.
      • Brand J.C.
      Editorial commentary: A model for shoulder rotator cuff repair and for basic science research.
      Additional finalists are noted in Table 2.
      Table 22018 Arthroscopy Journal Award for Basic Science Research Excellence Winner (*) and Runners-up
      Article TitleAuthors
      *Biomechanical, Histologic, and Molecular Evaluation of Tendon Healing in a New Murine Model of Rotator Cuff Repair
      • Lebaschi A.H.
      • Deng X.-H.
      • Camp C.L.
      • Zong J.
      • Cong G.-T.
      • Carballo C.B.
      • Album Z.
      • Rodeo S.A.
      Biomechanical, histologic, and molecular evaluation of tendon healing in a new murine model of rotator cuff repair.
      Lebaschi AH, Deng X-H, Camp CL, Zong J, Cong G-T, Carballo CB, Album Z, Rodeo SA
      Dynamic 3-Dimensional Mapping of Isometric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Attachment Sites on the Tibia and Femur: Is Anatomic Also Isometric?
      • Forsythe B.
      • Lansdown D.A.
      • Zuke W.A.
      • Verma N.N.
      • Cole B.J.
      • Bach B.R.
      • Inoue N.
      Dynamic 3-dimensional mapping of isometric anterior cruciate ligament attachment sites on the tibia and femur: Is anatomic also isometric?.
      Forsythe B, Lansdown DA, Zuke WA, Verma NN, Cole BJ, Bach BR, Inoue N
      Pullout Strength of All-Suture Anchors: Effect of the Insertion and Traction Angle—A Biomechanical Study
      • Oh J.H.
      • Jeong H.J.
      • Yang S.H.
      • Rhee S.M.
      • Itami Y.
      • McGarry M.H.
      • Lee T.Q.
      Pullout strength of all-suture anchors: Effect of the insertion and traction angle—A biomechanical study.
      Oh JH, Jeong HJ, Yang SH, Rhee SM, Itami Y, McGarry MH, Lee TQ
      Sectioning of the Anterior Intermeniscal Ligament Changes Knee Loading Mechanics
      • Ollivier M.
      • Falguières J.
      • Pithioux M.
      • Boisrenoult P.
      • Beaufils P.
      • Pujol N.
      Sectioning of the anterior intermeniscal ligament changes knee loading mechanics.
      Ollivier M, Falguières J, Pithioux M, Boisrenoult P, Beaufils P, Pujol N
      Topographic Matching of Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation using Lateral Femoral Condyle for the Treatment of Medial Femoral Condyle Lesions: A Computer Simulated model Study
      • Urita A.
      • Cvetanovich G.
      • Madden B.T.
      • Verma N.N.
      • Inoue N.
      • Cole B.J.
      • Yanke A.B.
      Topographic matching of osteochondral allograft transplantation using lateral femoral condyle for the treatment of medial femoral condyle lesions: A computer simulated model study.
      Urita A, Cvetanovich G, Madden BT, Verma NN, Inoue N, Cole BJ, Yanke AB
      Kartogenin Enhances Collagen Organization and Mechanical Strength of the Repaired Enthesis in a Murine Model of Rotator Cuff Repair
      • Wang D.
      • Tan H.
      • Lebaschi A.H.
      • Nakagawa Y.
      • Wada S.
      • Donnelly P.E.
      • Ying L.
      • Deng X.H.
      • Rodeo S.A.
      Kartogenin enhances collagen organization and mechanical strength of the repaired enthesis in a murine model of rotator cuff repair.
      Wang D, Tan H, Lebaschi AH, Nakagawa Y, Wada S, Donnelly PE, Ying L, Deng XH, Rodeo SA

      Resident/Fellow Research Excellence Award Winners

      The 2017 Resident/Fellow Research Excellence Award Winning paper was, “Do Skin Lacerations Imply Tissue Transfer From Surgeon to Patient During Arthroscopic Knot Tying?” by Matthew Burn, Heidi Holtorf, Kevin Smith, Derek Bernstein, Domenica Delgado, Nickarr Prudhomme, Michael Deavers, Patrick McCulloch, and Joshua Harris.
      • Burn M.B.
      • Holtorf H.L.
      • Smith K.M.
      • Bernstein D.T.
      • Delgado D.A.
      • Prudhomme N.
      • Deavers M.T.
      • McCulloch P.C.
      • Harris J.D.
      Do skin lacerations imply tissue transfer from surgeon to patient during arthroscopic knot tying?.
      The 2018 winning paper is by Gregory Cvetanovich, Bryan Saltzman, Gift Ukwuani, Rachel Frank, Nikhil Verma, Charles Bush-Joseph, and Shane Nho, “Anatomy of the Pudendal Nerve and Other Neural Structures Around the Proximal Hamstring Origin in Males.”
      • Cvetanovich G.L.
      • Saltzman B.M.
      • Ukwuani G.
      • Frank R.M.
      • Verma N.N.
      • Bush-Joseph C.A.
      • Nho S.J.
      Anatomy of the pudendal nerve and other neural structures around the proximal hamstring origin in males.
      As per the Editorial Commentary by Brian Devitt, surgical management of proximal hamstring injuries requires “intimate [knowledge of the] anatomic relation of the pudendal nerve and other neural structures…and should provide a road map for safer and more successful surgery.”
      • Devitt B.M.
      Editorial commentary: Should proximal hamstring surgery make you nervous?.
      Additional finalists are noted in Table 3.
      Table 32018 Arthroscopy Journal Award for Resident/Fellow Research Excellence Winner (*) and Runners-up
      Article TitleAuthors
      *Anatomy of the Pudendal Nerve and Other Neural Structures Around the Proximal Hamstring Origin in Males
      • Cvetanovich G.L.
      • Saltzman B.M.
      • Ukwuani G.
      • Frank R.M.
      • Verma N.N.
      • Bush-Joseph C.A.
      • Nho S.J.
      Anatomy of the pudendal nerve and other neural structures around the proximal hamstring origin in males.


      Resident/Fellow: Gregory Cvetanovich
      Cvetanovich GL, Saltzman BM, Ukwuani G, Frank RM, Verma NN, Bush-Joseph CA, Nho SJ
      Perioperative Opioid Analgesics and Hip Arthroscopy: Trends, Risk Factors for Prolonged Use, and Complications
      • Anciano Granadillo V.
      • Cancienne J.M.
      • Gwathmey F.W.
      • Werner B.C.
      Perioperative Opioid Analgesics and Hip Arthroscopy: Trends, risk factors for prolonged use, and complications.


      Resident/Fellow: Victor Anciano Granadillo
      Anciano Granadillo V, Cancienne JM, Gwathmey FW, Werner BC
      Bacterial Deoxyribonucleic Acid Is Often Present in Failed Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructions
      • Everhart J.S.
      • DiBartola A.C.
      • Dusane D.H.
      • Magnussen R.A.
      • Kaeding C.C.
      • Stoodley P.
      • Flanigan D.C.
      Bacterial deoxyribonucleic acid is often present in failed revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions.


      Resident/Fellow: Joshua S. Everhart
      Everhart JS, DiBartola AC, Dusane DH, Magnussen RA, Kaeding CC, Stoodley P, Flanigan DC
      Variability in the Contour of Cadaveric Anterior and Posterior Glenoids Based on Ipsilateral Three-Dimensional Computerized Tomographic

      Reconstructions: Implications for Clinical Estimation of Bone Loss
      • Lansdown D.A.
      • Wang K.
      • Bernardoni E.
      • Frank R.
      • Yanke A.B.
      • Cole B.J.
      • Verma N.N.
      • Romeo A.A.
      Variability in the contour of cadaveric anterior and posterior glenoids based on ipsilateral three-dimensional computerized tomographic reconstructions: Implications for clinical estimation of bone loss.


      Resident/Fellow: Drew Lansdown
      Lansdown DA, Wang K, Bernardoni E, Frank R, Yanke AB, Cole BJ, Verma NN, Romeo AA
      Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes After Medializing and Not Medializing Rotator Cuff Tendon Attachment Site on Chronic Retracted Rotator Cuff Tears
      • Lee K.W.
      • Moon K.H.
      • Ma C.H.1
      • Lee G.S.
      • Yang D.S.
      • Choy W.S.
      Clinical and radiologic outcomes after medializing and not medializing rotator cuff tendon attachment site on chronic retracted rotator cuff tears.


      Resident/Fellow: Kyung Ho Moon
      Lee KW, Moon KH, Ma CH1, Lee GS, Yang DS, Choy WS
      Narcotics and Knee Arthroscopy: Trends in Use and Factors Associated With Prolonged Use and Postoperative Complications
      • Steiner S.R.H.
      • Cancienne J.M.
      • Werner B.C.
      Narcotics and knee arthroscopy: Trends in use and factors associated with prolonged use and postoperative complications.


      Resident/Fellow: Samuel Steiner
      Steiner SRH, Cancienne JM, Werner BC
      The Influence of Segond Fracture on Outcomes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
      • Yoon K.H.
      • Kim J.S.
      • Park S.Y.
      • Park S.E.
      The influence of segond fracture on outcomes after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.


      Resident/Fellow: Sang Eon Park
      Yoon KH, Kim JS, Park SY, Park SE

      Most Downloaded Publication and Most Cited Publication

      Finally, once again, “we have 2 additional categories: Most Downloaded Publication and Most Cited Publication. This year, as last, we selected from articles published 5 years before to allow for a true gauge of citations.”
      • Brand J.C.
      • Rossi M.J.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Award winning research recognized.
      The Most Downloaded Publication of 2013 is the work of Knut Beitzel, Mark Cote, John Apostolakos, Olga Solovyova, Christopher Judson, Connor Ziegler, Corey Edgar, Andreas Imhoff, Robert Arciero, and Augustus Mazzocca, “Current Concepts in the Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocations.”
      • Beitzel K.
      • Cote M.P.
      • Apostolakos J.
      • Solovyova O.
      • Judson C.H.
      • Ziegler C.G.
      • Edgar C.M.
      • Imhoff A.B.
      • Arciero R.A.
      • Mazzocca A.D.
      Current concepts in the treatment of acromioclavicular joint dislocations.
      Obviously, this very frequent injury is of high interest to arthroscopic and related surgeons and scientists. Further finalists are listed in Table 4.
      Table 4Most Downloaded Publications from Arthroscopy 2013 (*Winner)
      Article TitleAuthors
      *Current Concepts in the Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocations
      • Beitzel K.
      • Cote M.P.
      • Apostolakos J.
      • Solovyova O.
      • Judson C.H.
      • Ziegler C.G.
      • Edgar C.M.
      • Imhoff A.B.
      • Arciero R.A.
      • Mazzocca A.D.
      Current concepts in the treatment of acromioclavicular joint dislocations.
      Beitzel K, Cote M, Apostolakos J, Solovyova O, Judson C, Ziegler C, Edgar C, Imhoff A, Arciero R, Mazzocca A
      Platelet-Rich Plasma in Tendon Models: A Systematic Review of Basic Science Literature
      • Baksh N.
      • Hannon C.
      • Murawski C.
      • Smyth N.
      • Kennedy J.
      Platelet-rich plasma in tendon models: A systematic review of basic science literature.
      Baksh N, Hannon C, Murawski C, Smyth N, Kennedy J
      Surgical Management of Traumatic Knee Dislocation With Posterolateral Corner Injury
      • Ibrahim S.A.
      • Ghafar S.
      • Salah M.
      • Abo Alnas M.
      • Al Misfer A.
      • Farouk H.
      • Al Haran H.
      • Khirait S.
      Surgical management of traumatic knee dislocation with posterolateral corner injury.
      Ibrahim SA, Ghafar S, Salah M, Abo Alnas M, Al Misfer A, Farouk H, Al Haran H, Khirait S
      Mesenchymal Stem Cell Injections Improve Symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis
      • Koh Y.
      • Jo S.
      • Kwon O.
      • Suh D.
      • Lee S.
      • Park S.
      • Choi Y.
      Mesenchymal stem cell injections improve symptoms of knee osteoarthritis.
      Koh YG, Jo SB, Kwon OR, Suh DS, Lee SW, Park SH, Choi YJ
      Platelet-Rich Plasma in the Pathologic Processes of Cartilage: Review of Basic Science Evidence
      • Smyth N.A.
      • Murawski C.D.
      • Fortier L.A.
      • Cole B.J.
      • Kennedy J.G.
      Platelet-Rich Plasma in the pathologic processes of cartilage: Review of basic science evidence.
      Smyth NA, Murawski CD, Fortier LA, Cole BJ, Kennedy JG
      The Most Cited Publication of 2013 is the work of Joshua Harris, Frank McCormick, Geoffrey Abrams, Anil Gupta, Thomas Ellis, Bernard Bach, Charles Bush-Joseph, and Shane Nho, “Complications and Reoperations During and After Hip Arthroscopy: A Systematic Review of 92 Studies and More Than 6,000 Patients.”
      • Harris J.D.
      • McCormick F.M.
      • Abrams G.D.
      • Gupta A.K.
      • Ellis T.J.
      • Bach Jr., B.R.
      • Bush-Joseph C.A.
      • Nho S.J.
      Complications and reoperations during and after hip arthroscopy: A systematic review of 92 studies and more than 6,000 patients.
      As noted in another of our most cited publications,
      • Montgomery S.R.
      • Ngo S.S.
      • Hobson T.
      • Nguyen S.
      • Alluri R.
      • Wang J.C.
      • Hame S.L.
      Trends and demographics in hip arthroscopy in the United States.
      the annual increase in the rate of hip arthroscopy is enormous. Investigations characterizing complications and reoperations vitally allow us to learn from adverse outcomes and thus improve. The runners-up are noted in Table 5.
      Table 5Most Cited Publications from Arthroscopy 2013 (*Winner)
      Article TitleAuthors
      *Complications and Reoperations During and After Hip Arthroscopy: A Systematic Review of 92 Studies and More Than 6,000 Patients
      • Harris J.D.
      • McCormick F.M.
      • Abrams G.D.
      • Gupta A.K.
      • Ellis T.J.
      • Bach Jr., B.R.
      • Bush-Joseph C.A.
      • Nho S.J.
      Complications and reoperations during and after hip arthroscopy: A systematic review of 92 studies and more than 6,000 patients.
      Harris JD, McCormick FM, Abrams GD, Gupta AK, Ellis TJ, Bach BR Jr, Bush-Joseph CA, Nho SJ
      Mesenchymal Stem Cell Injections Improve Symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis
      • Koh Y.
      • Jo S.
      • Kwon O.
      • Suh D.
      • Lee S.
      • Park S.
      • Choi Y.
      Mesenchymal stem cell injections improve symptoms of knee osteoarthritis.
      Koh YG, Jo SB, Kwon OR, Suh DS, Lee SW, Park SH, Choi YJ
      Clinical Results of Arthroscopic Superior Capsule Reconstruction for Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears
      • Mihata T.
      • Lee T.Q.
      • Watanabe C.
      • Fukunishi K.
      • Ohue M.
      • Tsujimura T.
      • Kinoshita M.
      Clinical results of arthroscopic superior capsule reconstruction for irreparable rotator cuff tears.
      Mihata T, Lee TQ, Watanabe C, Fukunishi K, Ohue M, Tsujimura T, Kinoshita M
      Trends and Dmographics in Hip Arthroscopy in the United States
      • Montgomery S.R.
      • Ngo S.S.
      • Hobson T.
      • Nguyen S.
      • Alluri R.
      • Wang J.C.
      • Hame S.L.
      Trends and demographics in hip arthroscopy in the United States.
      Montgomery SR, Ngo SS, Hobson T, Nguyen S, Alluri R, Wang JC, Hame SL
      Injectable Cultured Bone Marrow–Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Varus Knees With Cartilage Defects Undergoing High Tibial osteotomy: A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial With 2 Years' Follow-up
      • Wong K.L.
      • Lee K.B.
      • Tai B.C.
      • Law P.
      • Lee E.H.
      • Hui J.H.
      Injectable cultured bone marrow–derived mesenchymal stem cells in varus knees with cartilage defects undergoing high tibial osteotomy: a prospective, randomized controlled clinical trial with 2 years’ follow-up.
      Wong KL, Lee KB, Tai BC, Law P, Lee EH, Hui JH
      We salute a number of authors and institutions here recognized for more than one publication; obviously, such outstanding research performance requires both talent and dedication. We also applaud a number of our reviewers and editors for being recognized for their research excellence in this editorial. During the selection process, editors were recused from selecting their own research as award winning. Moreover, “as ever, the prize selection subcommittee was blinded as to authors when selecting the finalists for each award.”
      • Brand J.C.
      • Rossi M.J.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Award winning research recognized.
      • Brand J.C.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Rossi M.J.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Auld lang syne: A new year bring awards and a new cover.
      Just as investigations have limitations, we are limited in the number of publications that we can recognize. We are excited to celebrate our outstanding papers. “All winners will receive $1,000 and …everlasting glory.”
      • Brand J.C.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Rossi M.J.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Auld lang syne: A new year bring awards and a new cover.
      The Editorial Team wishes all our readers a happy and productive new year.

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