This award is funded by the Linscheid-Dobyns Fund, a 25th Anniversary Campaign Fund through the American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand. Approved in March 2014.
The goal of this award is to honor the legacy of Drs. Linscheid and Dobyns by annually recognizing the best wrist research paper presented at the ASSH
The primary author of the winning wrist paper, along with his or her supporting authors, will be invited to present the “Lincheid-Dobyns Excellence in Wrist” Instructional Course in the following year. The primary/presenting author will receive a $5,000 honorarium.
Any paper related to wrist surgery in either basic or clinical research presented at the ASSH Annual Meeting is eligible for this award. Award winner will be selected and announced in the month proceeding the Annual Meeting, after taking into account other named award paper awards for that year (e.g. Sumner Koch award, Emanuel Kaplan award, etc.). Visit www.ASSHAnnualMeeting.org to learn more about how to submit an abstract.
Selection of the best paper will be organized by the ASSH
Education Division Director in conjunction with the Mayo Clinic, Division of Hand Surgery (Rochester, Minnesota). The ASSH
Education Director may invite others to participate as part of the selection committee as needed, with approval from Mayo Clinic.
Thay Q. Lee, PhD
Dorsal Wrist Extrinsic Carpal Ligaments Injury Exacerbates Volar Radiocarpal Instability after Intra-articular Distal Radius Fractures
2014 (Boston, MA)
Mark Vitale, MD, MPH
Intra-articular Fractures of the Sigmoid Notch of the Distal Radius
2015 ASSH Annual Meeting Instructional Course - IC01: Boney Trauma to the DRUJ