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Orthopedic Soft Tissue Research Program

Awards and Funding

Funding Sources

 

Awards

  • Dr. Scott Rodeo and his scientific team have been awarded the 2019 Charles S. Neer Ward in Basic Science from the Society of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons. The title of the award-winning research paper is: Muscle-Derived Activated Endothelial Cells as A New Cell Source to Enhance Tendon-To-Bone Healing: In Vivo Study In A Murine Rotator Cuff Repair Model. The authors are: Susumu Wada MD, PhD Amir H. Lebaschi, MD Yusuke Nakagawa MD, PhD Camila B. Carballo, PhD Dean Wang, MD Daniel A. Nemirov, BS Zoe M. Album, BS Liang Ying, BS Xiang-Hua Deng, MD Scott A. Rodeo, MD.
    If you are attending AAOS in Las Vegas, the award will be presented at the ASES Open Meeting/Specialty Day on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at the Sand Expo/Venetian, Room 3101.
  • Dr. Scott Rodeo and his scientific team have been awarded the 2018 Arthroscopy Best Basic Science award. The title of the award-winning research paper is: Biomechanical, Histologic, and Molecular Evaluation of Tendon Healing in a New Murine Model of Rotator Cuff Repair. The authors are: Amir H. Lebaschi, Xiang-Hua Deng, Camila B. Carballo, Christopher Camp, Jianchun  Zong, Zoe Album, Ting Cong, Scott Rodeo.
  • Yusuke Nakagawa, MD, PhD, received a New Investigator Recognition Award at the 2018 Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting.
  • Dr. Scott Rodeo received the “Arthur C. Rettig Award for Academic Excellence”, NFL Team Physicians Society, March 2018 for paper: Current Update on Clinical Use of Biologics in Musculoskeletal Injury.
  • Christopher Mendias, PhD and Scott Rodeo, MD received $800,000 grant from the Orthopedic Research and Education Foundation for a clinical study to evaluate the role of adipose derived stem cells in rotator cuff repair.
  • Farrah Monibi DVM, PhD awarded the “BTCV Changer of the Year Award” from a non-profit organization that builds and refurbishes schools in the developing world - Be the Change Volunteers.
  • Feldstein Medical Foundation in the ‘translational category’ (5/2017). The grant title is “Functional Genomics and Clinical Outcomes to Assess the Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma as a Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis” PI: Miguel Otero; co-investigators: Drs. Laura Donlin and Scott Rodeo (HSS) and Dr. Lisa Fortier (Cornell-Ithaca)}
  • CTSC Precision Medicine Award (9/2017). Proposal title: “Biologic Activity of PRP and Correlation with Outcomes in Knee Osteoarthritis” PI: Miguel Otero; co-investigators: Drs. Scott Rodeo and Laura Donlin.