Clinical Biomechanics Award
The winning paper will be published as the ISB Clinical Biomechanics Award paper in Clinical Biomechanics (subject to a normal peer review process). The first author of the winning paper will receive a certificate and a monetary award of US$ 1250.
Requirements: Any scientist may submit an abstract for the award, except members of the ISB Executive Council. The abstract must describe a study related to a clinical problem and contain some form of biomechanical analysis pertaining to the clinical problem. From the abstracts submitted, 5 are selected and nominated for the award. The authors of the 5 selected abstracts are requested to submit a full length paper prepared according to the guidelines of Clinical Biomechanics. The paper must be entirely original, not published at the time of the ISB-congress nor submitted for publication to any Book or Journal other than Clinical Biomechanics. A jury will evaluate the full papers and select the winning paper. The first author of the winning paper is expected to give a 20 min plenary session of the winning paper at the ISB-congress of the same year. Abstracts are solicited for this competition with the call for papers for the ISB Congress. Please note: ISB has a policy that an abstract or manuscript submitted for an ISB conference award is non-identical to an abstract submitted elsewhere.
Winners of the ISB Clinical Biomechanics Award:
Sorin Siegler (USA)
|New observations on the morphology of the talar dome and its relationship to ankle kinematics.|
|2011||Frances Sheehan (USA)||Vasti medialis nerve block alter in vivo knee joint kinematics in females: implications for patellofemoral pain syndrome|
|2009||Karen Mickle (Australia)||Mickle K et al Toe weakness and deformity increases the risk of falls in older people. Clinical Biomechanics, 2009, 24(10): p. 787-91. View Paper
|2007||Diana Glaser (Germany)||Glaser, D., et al. In vivo comparison of hip mechanics for minimally invasive versus traditional total hip arthroplasty, Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23(2): p.127-134. View Paper
|2005|| Magnus Kjartan
|Gislason, M.K. et al. The three dimensional load tranfer characteristics of the wrist during maximal gripping.|
|2003||Behnam Heidari (Ireland)||Heidari, B., et al., Modelling of annulus fibrosus imbalance as an aetiological factor in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Clinical Biomechanics, 2004. 19(3): p. 217-224. View paper.|
Bert Van Rietbergen (The Netherlands)
|van Rietbergen, B., et al., High-resolution MRI and micro-FE for the evaluation of changes in bone mechanical properties during longitudinal clinical trials: application to calcaneal bone in postmenopausal women after one year of idoxifene treatment. Clinical Biomechanics, 2002. 17(2): p. 81-88. View paper.|
|1999||Michael Torry (USA)||Torry, M.R., et al., Intra-articular knee joint effusion induces quadriceps avoidance gait patterns. Clinical Biomechanics, 2000. 15(3): p. 147-159. View paper.|
|1997||Bob Norman (Canada)||
Norman, R., et al., A comparison of peak vs cumulative physical work exposure risk factors for the reporting of low back pain in the automotive industry. Clinical Biomechanics, 1998. 13(8): p. 561-573. View paper.
|1995||Gerald Cole (Canada)||Cole, G., et al., Lower extremity joint loading during impact in running. Clinical Biomechanics, 1996. 11(4): p. 181-193. View paper.|
|1993||M. Adams||Adams, M.A., et al., The clinical biomechanics award paper 1993 Posture and the compressive strength of the lumbar spine. Clinical Biomechanics, 1994. 9(1): p. 5-14. View paper.|
|1991||Peter J. McNair (New Zealand)||McNair, P.J., G.A. Wood, and R.N. Marshall, Stiffness of the hamstring muscles and its relationship to function in anterior cruciate ligament deficient individuals. Clinical Biomechanics, 1992. 7(3): p. 131-137. View paper.|
|1989||Michael Morlock (Canada)||Morlock, M. and B.M. Nigg, Theoretical considerations and practical results on the influence of the representation of the foot for the estimation of internal forces with models. Clinical Biomechanics, 1991. 6(1): p. 3-13. View paper.|