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AOSSM presents prestigious research awards at annual meeting
Date:7/12/2010

l investigators receiving $1,000 and $1,500 for the sponsoring institution. Matthew V. Smith, MD of the Washington University is this year's recipient for his paper, "The Effect of Acetabular Labral Tears on Hip Stability and Labral Strain in a Joint Compression Model." Dr. Smith's research analyzes whether in a joint compression model, radial and circumferential acetabular labral tears significantly decrease hip stability and if the tears significantly alter strain patterns in the anterior and anterior-superior acetabular labrum.

O'Donoghue Award.
This award is given to Bruce S. Miller, MD of the University of Michigan for his paper, "When Do Rotator Cuff Repairs Fail? Serial Ultrasound Examination after Arthroscopic Repair of Large and Massive Rotator Cuff Tears." The awardee is selected by the AOSSM Awards Subcommittee with recipients receiving $2,500. Dr. Miller's paper investigates the timing of structural failure of surgically repaired large and massive rotator cuff tears and the association between recurrent tears and clinical outcome after rotator cuff repair.

The NCAA Research Award
This award is given to the best paper submitted that pertains to the health, safety, and well-being of collegiate student-athletes. The award is selected by the AOSSM Awards Subcommittee with awardees receiving $500. This year's awardee is Mark V. Paterno, PT, MS, SCS, ATC, of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His paper titled, "Biomechanical Measures during Landing and Postural Stability Predict Second Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury After ACL Reconstruction and Return to Sport," investigates whether neuromuscular control and postural stability measures after an ACL reconstruction will predict relative increased risk for a second ACL injury.

Hughston Award
This year's recipients of the Hughston Award are K. Donald Shelbourne, MD, and Tinker Gray, MA of the Shelbourne Knee Center, Indianapolis, In
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