ASES Hawkins Award


The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons is proud to announce the newly created ASES Hawkins Award. The goals of this award are as follows:

  • Encourage the submission of international high quality research projects to our Annual Meeting
  • Honor Dr. Richard Hawkins MD for his contributions to the field of shoulder and elbow surgery and to ASES


The winner of this award will be selected from international papers approved for presentation at the ASES Annual Meeting

Award Details

  • The ASES Hawkins award will be granted once a year, unless no submission is meritorious
  • The awarded submission will be announced at the ASES Annual Meeting
  • Projects completed in North America (United States, Canada) of by North American (United States, Canada) members cannot be considered for the award
  • At least one author of the submission awarded must be ASES Corresponding Member
  • At the time of abstract submission by international applicants, if the authors are interested in being considered for the award, they need to: (1) indicate their willingness to be considered for the Hawkins award, and (2) commit to submit a completed manuscript to the Research Committee
  • The Research Committee (already selecting the Morrey and Neer award) will score international submissions for the Hawkins award and select the winner
  • The submission granted the Hawkins award will receive the following benefits:
    • Oral presentation at the ASES meeting
    • Special mention in the ASES Annual Program
    • A monetary award commensurate with other similar awards (USD 1,500)
    • Publication at JSES International free of charge

Clinical outcome and tendon healing after arthroscopic repair of isolated supraspinatus tears: a prospective comparative study in patients older than 70 years versus patients younger than 50 years

Philippe Collin, MD, PhD
Mehdi Ducasse, MD


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