The next deadline for submission is June 15, 2021. Applications will be reviewed and selected by the Research and Development Committee. The decision will be publicly announced and the prize be awarded at the next SECEC congress. The laureate will be asked to present his/her work in a ten minute presentation during the Award cerimony.
Please send the form back to the secretary central office by email to Sylvie Noel (firstname.lastname@example.org) by June 15, 2021.
List of the past Didier Patte Prize winners
- 1992 : M. Kronberg - "Shoulder Joint Instability Aspects on Muscle Function and Skeletal Anatomy"
- 1994 : F. Gohlke (Germany) - "Capsuloligamentous Control of the Glenohumeral Joint"
- 1996 : A. Schneeberger (Switzerland) - "Structural Changes of the Rotator Cuff Caused by Experimental Subacromial Impingement in the Rat"
- 1998 : B.S. Olsen (Denmark) - "Posterolateral Elbow Joint Instability"
- 2001 : J. Armengol Barallat (Spain) - "Influence of the Coracoacromial Morphology on Shoulder Elevation"
- 2003 : S.L. Jenssen (Denmark) - "Elbow Joint laxity after experimental excision of the radial head"
- 2005 : N. Pouliart (Belgium) - "Shoulder Instability : Experimental Model and Related Anatomy"
- 2007 : M. Van de Sande (Netherlands) - "Rotator Cuff Disease in the Rheumatoid Shoulder"
- 2009 : R. Benson (UK) - "The pathology of rotator cuff failure"
- 2013: D. Van Kampen (Netherlands) - "Evaluation of diagnostic and prognostic performance of patient history, orthopaedic shoulder tests and shoulder-specific questionnaires"
- 2015: T. Alta (Netherlands) - "Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Does It Work? Kinematic Analyses, Clinical Evaluation & New Developments"
L. Willemot (Belgium) - "Biomechanics of Bone Block Procedures in Anterior Shoulder Instability Surgery"
M. Jacxsens (Switzerland) - "Morphology of the Most Common Shoulder Pathologies Using Conventional and Advanced Imaging"