The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) has long had as one of its fundamental tenets the training and education of the next generation of orthopedic surgeons specializing in shoulder and elbow conditions and treatment. Following the founding of our Society in 1982, the ASES quickly recognized the need for an independent entity dedicated to research and education. In 1984, the ASES Foundation, a charitable trust, was established.
The mission of the ASES Foundation is to foster the scientific advances and enhance the study of shoulder and elbow surgery.
The ASES Foundation is the leading foundation promoting research and education in shoulder and elbow by:
- Addressing critical research needs and furthering the study of shoulder and elbow injuries and repair
- Supporting the entry of young physicians into the field
- Promoting and funding strategic educational initiatives in shoulder and elbow with the ultimate goal of delivering enhanced value based care through better patient outcomes and lower costs
- Educating the clinical and academic community, and the public, about care, surgical treatment options and prevention to the shoulder and elbow.
Programs, Grants and Awards Supported by the ASES Foundation
- Traveling Fellows Program
- Research Grant
- Charles S. Neer Award
- ASES Foundation Award
- Candidate Member Grant
- ASESF Fellowship Education Grant
- And more…
Contributions – The Road to Recognition
Cutting-edge research and high quality education set a solid foundation for advancing surgical treatments and patient care. Your support of ASESF will foster new ideas and surgical approaches, and through fellowships, courses and other educational and scientific activities help young surgeons develop skills necessary to become dedicated and creative specialists.
Partnership Opportunites – A Smart Investment in Your Future
Ask ASESF how you and/or your organization can join with us to help advance our programs. Maximize your impact, exposure and networking with our members. Increase your professional and personal commitment.