ISAKOS Research Grants Program
THANK YOU for your interest in the ISAKOS initiative for orthopaedic research and education. The purpose of the ISAKOS Research Grants Program is to provide ISAKOS members with a resource for funding the highest quality international research in arthroscopy, knee surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine. The applicant must be the principal investigator and an Active Member of ISAKOS in good standing.
ISAKOS Research Grants
The ISAKOS Research Grants are offered every two years (next term: 2021-2023), and will consider grant applications in four categories:
New Researcher - Up to four possible grants for eligable applications with scientific merit. One grant up to $25,000 and three additional grants up to $10,000.
- New Researcher Qualification: applicants shall have not received external funding over $15,000; no significant history of publication, presentations or research/experiment participation
Osteoarthritis - up to $50,000
- Foster high quality research in early osteoarthritis and prevention, as well as treatment of osteoarthritis.
Clinical Outcomes - up to $50,000
Support outcomes research through well-designed clinical trials to evaluate the efficacy of interventions in orthopaedic sports medicine
Countries with Limited Resources - up to $25,000
Awarded to a Finalist from a Country with Limited Resources defined by the World Health Organization
The objective of the ISAKOS Research Grants is to encourage quality research in the topic areas of knee surgery, sports medicine and arthroscopy.
Clinical relevance must be clearly noted in the abstract and specific aims and be obvious from the title and the study design.
Both laboratory and clinical projects are suitable, but in either case clinical relevance must be explicitly and clearly described.
2019-2021 ISAKOS Research Grant Winners
Clinical Outcomes: Operative vs. Non-operative Management of Posterior-medial Meniscal Root Tears: A Randomized Multicenter International Trial
Jorge Chahla, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
Countries with Limited Resources: Correlation Between Knee Functional Scores and Pivot Shift Test Measurements In Anterior Cruciate Ligament Deficient
Paulo H. M. Araujo, MD, PhD BRAZIL
Osteoarthritis: Early Signs of Osteoarthritis After ACL-Rupture; A Window of Opportunity For Osteoarthritis Prevention
Duncan E. Meuffels, MD, PhD NETHERLANDS
New Researcher: Hamstring Tendon Autograft versus Quadriceps Tendon Autograft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Randomised Controlled Trial
Ross Radic, MBBS FRANCS (Ortho) FEOrthhA AUSTRALIA
2017-2019 ISAKOS Research Grant
Clinical Outcomes: Cluster RCT of Implementation Strategies for ACL Injury Prevention
Robert G. Marx MD, MSc, FRCSC USA
New Researcher: Development of Computer Tablet Software for Quantification of Scapular Motion During Clinical Assessment of Scapular Dyskinesia
Tryfon Totlis MD, PhD GREECE
Osteoarthritis: Comparison of Tissue Engineered Construct (TEC) Derived of Human Stem Cells from Dental Pulp and Synovia on Articular Cartilage Regeneration
Tiago L. Fernandes MD, MSc, PhD BRAZIL
Who Should Apply?
The applicant must be the principal investigator and an Active Member of ISAKOS in good standing. Please see pages 1 and 2 of the ISAKOS Research Grant Policies and Procedures for specific information regarding eligibility requirements.
||December 1, 2021 - March 1, 2022
||Annual upon receipt of notification
ISAKOS will notify each applicant by letter/email
||$10,000 - $50,000 depending on Grant Type
Please print, read and complete the following documents before starting the 2021 ISAKOS Research Grants online application.
Policies and Procedures
Form 1: Research Plan
Form 2: Performance Sites & Resources
Form 3: Key Personnel
Form 4: Biographical Sketch for Key Personnel
Form 5: Detailed Budget & Justification
Form 6: Other Support
Please contact the Grants Administrator at the ISAKOS office
Supported in part by an educational grant from contributing sponsor: