ISAKOS Fellowships and Scholarships
The ISAKOS Global Traveling Fellowship is a new initiative from ISAKOS to
foster the international exchange of knowledge and skills in the field of
sports orthopaedic surgery. Fellows will have the opportunity to observe
sports orthopaedic surgeries performed by highly respected surgeons, to
discuss not only the surgical procedures but all aspects of patient
management, and to discuss and share research experience.
Sponsored by Nicolaas C. Budhiparama & Inge Widjaja
Nicolaas Institute of Constructive Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation for Arthroplasty & Sports Medicine
Knee Arthroplasty Fellowships are available every other year to young orthopaedic
surgeons interested in the study and advancement of Knee Arthroplasty.
The dual purpose of the fellowship is to improve knee arthroplasty in developing nations and
to promote better understanding and communication amongst knee surgeons around the world.
Sponsored by the Patellofemoral Foundation, Inc.
The Patellofemoral Traveling Fellowship was established in 2005 by the Patellofemoral Foundation and
ISAKOS to promote better understanding and communication around the world regarding Patellofemoral pain.
The Patellofemoral Traveling Fellowship is available on a competitive basis to an orthopaedic surgeon
interested in the study and advancement of understanding of the Patellofemoral joint.
ISAKOS is pleased to offer the opportunity for three international sports
medicine fellows to attend the International Sports Medicine Fellows Conference.
This annual course is held in February in Carlsbad, California. This
scholarship is intended to promote better understanding and communication
regarding injuries or conditions as related to sports medicine.
The ISAKOS Young Investigator's Scholarship and Research Mentoring Program
was developed by the ISAKOS Scientific Committee as a mentor-mentee program
for young investigators with specific focus on developing countries. The
Young Investigator Program seeks to stimulate research and education in developing
countries, foster international collaboration, and promote academic excellence
in arthroscopy, knee surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine.
Supported in part by an educational grant from contributing sponsor: