ISAKOS is pleased to offer the opportunity to three international sports
medicine fellows to attend the International Sports Medicine Fellows Conference.
This annual course is held in February in Carlsbad, California, near San
Diego. This scholarship is intended to promote better understanding
and communication regarding injuries or conditions as related to sports
Harry Krishnan, FRCS(Tr&Orth), MEd(ULT), MBBS, BSc(Hons) UNITED KINGDOM
Ignacio Garcia-Mansilla, MD ARGENTINA
Rakesh John MBBS,MS,DNB, MRCS, Dip. SICOT, MNAMS CANADA
Jaime Palos MD, MMSc MEXICO
Weili Fu MD, PhD CHINA
Radoslaw Grabowski MD POLAND
Umile Giuseppe Longo, MD, MSc, PhD ITALY
Kanto Nagai, MD, PhD JAPAN
Bujar Shabani, PhD ALBANIA
Adam Kwapisz, MD, PhD POLAND
Herve Ouanezar, MD FRANCE
Kazunori Shimomura, MD, PhD JAPAN
Ignacio Alonso Hidalgo, MD ARGENTINA
Manit Arora, BMedSc, MBBS, MSc, MS Ortho INDIA
Karolina Stepien, MD POLAND
This opportunity will be available on a competitive basis to a fellow (must
be younger than 40 years old), interested in the study and advancement of
understanding of sports medicine. Applicants are required to submit two
short essays (250 words or less), two letters of recommendation and their
curriculum vitae. The first short essay must indicate their interest in the
Sports Medicine and reasons for applying for the fellowship and the second
short essay should indicate their academic goals and teaching opportunities.
One letter of recommendation should come from the chair of your fellowship
program. Please ensure submitted CVs include orthopaedic training,
including fellowships, list of publications and awards.
Applications are now closed.
Applications will be reviewed and winners will be selected by
representatives of the ISAKOS Education Committee. Preference will be given
to those who have established an academic record of accomplishment.
Scholarships are awarded once a year, for the course occurring
the following February. The 2020 International Sports Medicine Fellows
Conference will be held on February 7-8, 2020. The three scholarship recipients will
receive a grant of up to $2,000 each to support travel expenses including air
fare and transportation. Waived registration fees for the
International Sports Medicine Fellows Conference will also be provided.
These funds may only be applicable for travel related to the International
Sports Medicine Fellows Conference, and may not be used for travel on alternate
dates. Fellows must document their travels, write a report of the
experience for publication in the ISAKOS Newsletter.