AJSM Systematic Review Awards
This year, a panel of AJSM editors and reviewers chose two papers and awarded each $5,000. The papers included, "Is Magnetic Resonance Imaging Reliable in Predicting Clinical Outcome After Articular Cartilage Repair of the Knee? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis," by Tommy S. deWindt MD, Goetz H. Welsch MD, Mats Brittberg MD, PhD, Lucienne A. Vonk PhD, Stefan Marlovits MD, MBA, Siegfried Trattnig MD, and Daniel B.F. Saris MD, PhD, as well as "The Influence of Age on the Effectiveness of Neuromuscular Training to Reduce Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury in Female Athletes: A Meta-Analysis" by Gregory D. Myer PhD, FACSM, CSCS, Dai Sugimoto MS, ATC, CSCS, Staci Thomas, and Timothy E. Hewett PhD.
T. David Sisk Award for Best Original Research Paper
The winners were selected from the best papers in original research submitted to Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. The award will include a $2,500 cash prize and a plaque. This year's winner is "Serum CTXii Correlates with Articular Cartilage Degeneration after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Transection or Arthrotomy followed by Standardized Exercise" by authorsChristian H. Coyle PhD, Sarah E. Henry MD, Amgad M. Haleem MD, Michael J. O'Malley MD, and Constance R. Chu MD.
T. David Sisk Award for Best Review Paper
The winners were selected from the best review papers submitted to Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. The award will include a $2,500 cash prize and a
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