LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The Lifetime Achievement Award honors an AANA Member who has made extraordinary contributions to the organization and field of minimally invasive surgery through education, service, advocacy, publications, and research.
Felix H.Savoie III, M.D.
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
The Distinguished Service Award is bestowed to an AANA Member for their exceptional service in and commitment to leading an initiative or project for the association, orthopaedic community, or community at-large through their donated time, considerable resources, and influential leadership.
F. Alan Barber, M.D. & Richard D. Ferkel, M.D.
NEW! DOCMATTER ENGAGEMENT AWARD
The DocMatter Engagement Award recognizes the AANA Member whose contributions to discussions in the AANA DocMatter Community generated the most engagement in 2022.
G. Klaud Miller, M.D.
AANA/ON ORTHOREGENERATION AWARD
To Be Announced During the AANA23 Awards Session
The AANA/ON Orthoregeneration Award is selected from among submissions of abstracts accepted for the AANA Annual Meeting by a panel of AANA and ON judges. The award is given to the best abstract presentation focused on orthoregeneration.
STEPHEN J. SNYDER, M.D. ARTHROSCOPY INSTRUCTOR AWARD
The Stephen J. Snyder, M.D. Arthroscopy Instructor Award recognizes an AANA Member who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the education of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Through teaching at courses, presenting lectures and delivering hand-on training, this educator has dedicated time and energy to the advancement of minimally invasive surgery. This award is granted to an AANA Education Instructor for
demonstrating exceptional dedication and skill as a teacher.
Andrea M. Spiker, M.D.
DIVERSITY RESEARCH AWARD
The Diversity Research Award is given to a single lead author who is either an underrepresented minority in medicine or has written on a topic related to diversity.
Author(s): Stephanie A. Boden, M.D. | Shaquille Charles, B.S. | Jonathan D. Hughes, M.D. | Mark W. Rodosky, M.D. | Brian P. Lesniak, M.D. | Albert Lin, M.D.
Capsuloligamentous Laxity Predicts Failure Following Arthroscopic Anterior Bankart Repair
STEPHEN S. BURKHART SHOULDER INNOVATION AWARD
After a rigorous review process, the Stephen S. Burkhart Shoulder Innovation Award is presented to the top research paper focused on the should or to an individual for their contributions to the advancement arthroscopic shoulder surgery. This award is granted to the best overall shoulder paper. This award is named in honor of AANA Member Stephen S. Burkhart, M.D.
Author(s): Luke Heinrich, M.D., F.R.C.S.C. | Ivan H. Wong, M.D., FAANA
Nonrigid Fixation Results in Higher Failure Rates Following Arthroscopic Glenoid Reconstruction
RICHARD J. O’CONNOR, M.D. RESEARCH AWARD
The Richard J. O’Connor, M.D. Research Award recognizes the top research paper submitted for the AANA Annual Meeting. After a rigorous review process, this research paper received the highest score of all the submissions. This award is granted to the best overall rated paper.
Author(s): Albert Lin, M.D.
Remplissage Reduces Recurrent Instability in High-Risk Patients with “On-Track” Hill-Sachs Lesions
PATELLOFEMORAL ANATOMY RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARD
After a rigorous review process, the Patellofemoral Anatomy Research Excellence Award is presented to the top patellofemoral anatomy research paper submitted for the AANA Annual Meeting. This award is granted to the top selected patellofemoral anatomy paper.
Author(s): Anna K. Reinholz, B.S. | Aaron J. Krych, M.D.
Grooveplasty Versus Trochleoplasty for Trochlear Dysplasia in the Setting of Patellar Instability
J. WHIT EWING, M.D. RESIDENT/FELLOW AWARD
The J. Whit Ewing, M.D. Resident/Fellow Award recognizes the top research paper submitted for the AANA Annual Meeting by a resident or fellow. After a rigorous review process, this research paper received the highest score of all the resident and fellow submissions. This award is granted to the top selected resident/fellow paper.
Author(s): Midhat Patel, M.D. | Michael H. Amini, M.D.
One and Two-Year PROs Do Not Vary Significantly After Rotator Cuff Repair: An Analysis of 1,567 Patients