Sponsored by Nicolaas C. Budhiparama, Jr. & Inge Widjaja
Nicolaas Institute of Constructive Orthopedic Research & Education Foundation for Arthroplasty & Sports Medicine
History of the Award
ISAKOS is pleased to announce the Paolo Aglietti Award for Knee Arthroplasty.
This award is in recognition of Professor Aglietti’s numerous contributions to knee surgery as a prolific researcher, teacher and surgeon.
Professor Aglietti served as Chairman of the ISAKOS Knee Committee and was ISAKOS President from 2007-2009.
2023 Boston, UNITED STATES
Edema and Blood Loss after Total Knee Arthroplasty with Mechanical (Portable Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Device) or Pharmacological Thromboprophylaxis: Randomized Clinical Trial
João Alberto Ramos Maradei Pereira MD, PhD, Prof, BRAZIL
2021 Global Congress
Lateral Retinacular Release in Concordance with Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction In Patients With Recurrent Patellar Instability - A Computational Model
Umile Giuseppe Longo, MD, MSc, PhD, Prof., ITALY
2019 Cancun, MEXICO
Outlier Alignment Does Not Adversely Affect Implant Survival and Function Ten Years After Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty Performed without Restrictions on Preoperative Deformity
Trevor Shelton, MD, MS UNITED STATES
Purpose of the Award
The Aglietti Award provides recognition for outstanding research contributing to the understanding of Knee Arthroplasty.
To be considered for the Paolo Aglietti Award, applicants must first submit an abstract related to knee arthroplasty for the
ISAKOS Congress followed by the online award application. Applicants must be the principal investigator of the research submitted.
Applicants are required to provide their curriculum vitae, and agree to provide a manuscript following the
Journal of ISAKOS criteria if selected as a finalist.
Abstracts and award applications must be submitted before September 10, 2024.
All abstracts submitted for the Paolo Aglietti Award will be reviewed by
members of the ISAKOS Knee Arthroplasty Committee. Five finalists will be
chosen based upon a 20 point grading scale scoring the quality of the topic
(5 points), clarity of writing (5 points) and scientific quality (10
points). The five finalists are required to submit a blinded and unblinded
manuscript following the Journal of ISAKOS criteria by the given deadline.
The committee will review the manuscripts based upon the same scoring
system and will select a winner based on those results.
Registration to the ISAKOS Congress will be waived for the winner. The winner will present the paper after receiving a framed certificate
and a cash honorarium of US $3,000 at the ISAKOS Congress. The winning manuscript will also be submitted to Journal of ISAKOS for possible publication.
Note: Individuals are only permitted to receive one award per Congress, per abstract. ISAKOS award recipients, if not already an ISAKOS Member, are required to become an ISAKOS Member prior to receiving their award.
One year of Membership dues will waived.