ASES Foundation

ASES Foundation Fellowship Education Grant Program

Each year the ASESF accepts applications for the ASES Foundation Fellowship Education Grant Program from from ASES-recognized fellowship programs. These funds are graciously provided by Wright Medical, DJO and DePuy Synthes and are used to fund the fellows salary and benefits.

Grant Support:

Provided by Stryker, DJO and DePuy Synthes

Fellowship Education Grant Program 2021-2022 Cycle:

Applications can be submitted via email to info@asesfdn.org. The deadline for submission is Thursday, June 17, 2021.

ASESF Fellowship Education Grant Overview
ASESF Grant Request Application

Grants Committee:

Richard K.N. Ryu, MD, Chairman
John G. Costouros, MD, FACS
Peter B. MacDonald, MD, FRCSC
Howard D. Routman, DO
Ilya Voloshin, MD
Anthony Miniaci, MD, Ex-Officio

2021 – 2022 Fellowship Education Grant Recipients:

Beaumont Health, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Brown – Rhode Island Hospital
Cincinnati Shoulder
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Columbia University
Florida Orthopaedic Institute (FORE)
Hospital for Special Surgery
Kerlan -Jobe Orthopaedic Foundation
John Hopkins University
Massachusetts General Hospital
Montefiore Medical Center
Medstar Union Memorial Hospital
Mount Sinai
NYU
Rush University
Southern Oregon Orthopedics Research Foundation
TX Education and Research Foundation (TERFSES)
UPMC
University of Florida
University of Texas
University of Washington
University of Washington, St. Louis

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ASESF Mission

Promoting research & education for care of the Shoulder & Elbow

  • Addressing critical research needs and furthering the study of shoulder and elbow injuries and repair
  • Supporting the entry of young physicians into the field of musculoskeletal health
  • 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 of injuries to shoulder and elbow
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