In memory of their outstanding achievements and contributions to ISAKOS and the field of Orthopaedics.
Members in Memoriam
John A L Hart MBBS FRACS AUSTRALIA
Tomihisa Koshino MD, PhD JAPAN
Vladimir Luptak MD SLOVAKIA
Joseph John Marotta MD UNITED STATES
Roberto Ryuiti Mizobuchi BRAZIL
Guy Utheza FRANCE
Paolo Aglietti, MD 1942-2013
Paolo Aglietti was born in the small village of Fucecchio, Italy. Paolo will be remembered for his numerous contributions to knee surgery. He was Professor and Chief of Orthopaedics and Traumatology at the University of Florence. . Paolo was a founding member of both the Italian Arthroscopy Society (SIC) and the Italian Society of Knee Surgery (SICG). He promoted the integration of the Italian knee, cartilage and sports trauma societies under the newly founded Italian Society of Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy, Sports Traumatology, Cartilage and Orthopaedic Technologies (SIGASCOT). His study on “New Patellar Prosthesis” is still considered a keystone paper. He was President of The International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Traumatology (ISAKOS) in 2007-2009. In the summer season, during his precious free time away from the rigors of his academic commitments, he enjoyed sailing in the Mediterranean with his wife, Chiara.
Allen F. Anderson, MD 1949-2017
Born on November 16, 1949, Anderson was a graduate of the University of
Tennessee College of Medicine. He completed a residency in orthopedics at
Vanderbilt University and was certified by the American Board of Orthopedic
Surgery in general orthopedics with an added qualification for Sports
Medicine. He was a sports medicine specialist with an interest in knee
injury and ligament reconstruction. Anderson received a patent for the
invention of a pediatric ACL reconstruction system. He received numerous
awards and was recognized as: America's Top Physicians 2004-2012 from
Consumer's Research Council, Elected to Best Doctors in America by peers
2007-2008, and Nashville Business Journal Top Doctor 2016-2017. Anderson was
an active ISAKOS Member since 1994 and served on many ISAKOS Committees
since 1999. Most recently, he was a Member at Large for the ISAKOS Board of
Directors. He also previously served as President of the American Orthopedic
Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and as the Associate Editor of the
Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine and The American Journal of Sports
Medicine. His greatest joy was spending time with his beloved wife, Candy,
and their three sons; Brian, David and Chris. He leaves behind 5
grandchildren: Evie, Ben, Eleanor, Caroline, and Francis Allen. Dr.
Anderson will be missed greatly by all.
Jan I. Gillquist, MD 1934-2016
Jan Gillquist, MD, was born in Sweden in 1934. He received his medical
degree in 1960 and a PhD in 1969, both from Karolinska Institute in Sweden.
He served on staff at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at University
Hospital, Linkoping, Sweden. Dr. Gillquist, together with Ejnar Eriksson,
were the "Fathers of Arthroscopy" in Europe. They started developing
education courses in the beginning of the 1970's. He was the only person to
be president of both IAA (International Arthroscopy Association) and ISK
(International Society of the Knee). He organized the IAA/ISK combined
meeting in Copenhagen in 1993, preceding the start of ISAKOS in 1995. Around
2002, he and his wife, Karola, retired from academic life and started the
award-winning "Garden of Love". The garden covers roughly six acres,
complete with thousands of roses and sculptures of Adam and Eve.
Pau Golanó, MD 1964-2014
ISAKOS Member since 2001, Dr. Golanó was a great surgeon and friend to many.
He was a brilliant Professor of Pathology and Experimental Therapeutics at
the University of Barcelona, and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of
Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr.
Golanó leaves behind a legacy with his exceptional anatomical dissection
skills and passion for education. In May 2014, Dr. Golanó was honored with
the Most Dedicated Individual Award at the 16th ESSKA Congress in Amsterdam.
His talents have greatly helped to shape and advance our industry. In
addition to being a world-renowned surgical anatomist, Dr. Golanó spent his
spare time as photographer and illustrator. Pau Golanó was an admirable
individual and will truly be missed.
William A. Grana, MD, MPH 1942-2013
William A. Grana, was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, USA and graduated from Harvard medical School. Grana was part of the Orthopaedic department at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center wher he did extensive research on artificial knee ligaments. In 1983, he founded the state’s first multidisciplinary sports medicine facility, Oklahoma Center for Athletes. In 2000, he became the University of Arizona College of Medicine’s first department head of Orthopaedic Surgery. He was past president of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Even retired of his Faculty position, he was very active in Orthopaedic Education until his passing on February 1, 2013. ISAKOS remembers his important participation to our field of interest.
Philippe P. Hardy MD, PhD, Prof. 1958-2017
Philippe Hardy was the Head of the Orthopaedic and Traumatology Department of Ambroise Paré and Raymond Poincaré University Hospitals, West Paris University. He was a renowned surgeon, an enthusiastic teacher, and a dynamic scientist. He was a true leader and a one of a kind mentor—supportive of his fellows and always challenging them, all while cultivating friendships. The residents and fellows who were lucky enough to work with him were proudly known as “The Hardy’s Boys”. Philippe was involved in the French Society of Arthroscopy (2003-2005 President), ESSKA, AANA, SECEC, and of course, ISAKOS. He loved to collaborate with his international friends as well as learn from them. He instilled in all the importance of learning from different countries around the world. His pride was his family—his wife, Marie Hélène, and his children Victoire, William, Edouard and Alexandre. He was a lighthouse in our field, and will surely be missed.
Robert W. Jackson, MD 1932‐2010
Robert W. Jackson was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1932. Bob was greatly loved and admired for his integrity, decency, humble demeanor, and sharp yet gentle wit. Bob started Wheel Chair Sports in Canada in 1966 and was also the Canadian Olympic Consultant for the 1964 Olympics in Japan.
In 1994, he was honored by Sports Illustrated magazine as one of the 40 individuals who had most dramatically elevated and altered the games we play and watch by introducing arthroscopic surgery to the western world. He was a Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto and Chief of Orthopedics at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. He was also appointed Professor of Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Dr. James S. Mulhollan 1941-2013
James S. Mulhollan was born in in Fort Smith, USA, in 1941. He was a prominent knee surgeon in Little Rock, Arkansas. In the late 70’s, Dr. Mulhollan recognized the arthroscope’s potential to help patients overcome common knee problems without invasive procedures, and decided to bring it to Arkansas. In 1979, he established a solo practice called Arkansas Knee Clinic. Dr. Mulhollan was recognized as one of knee arthroscopy’s foremost practitioners. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Arthroscopy Association of North America, taught courses around the country, and held five US patents for surgical devices used in the procedure. He retired having performed more than 10,000 cases of arthroscopic knee surgery.
Dr. Baskaran Subramaniam 1969-2013
Dr. Baskaran Subramaniam was born in 1969 in Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia. He was a well known surgeon at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kota Kinabalu. He was particularly experienced in total joint surgery and sports medicine, specializing in Rugby. He had established clinics and did arthroplasty surgery in places like Keningau, Lahad Datu, Sandakan, Tawau and Labuan. Dr. Subramaniam also helped start a clinic with PERKESO that rehabilitated workers
who had sustained a work place injury. He was an ISAKOS Member and was well liked by coleagues. He leaves behind a loving wife and three children.