Cameron Lutton, Yun Wai Young, Adrian Meedeniya, Alan Mackay-Sim, Ben Goss.
Reduction of Secondary Degeneration after Spinal Cord Injury by Acute Delivery of Vascular Growth Factors
Henry Tsao, Mary Galea, Paul Hodges.
Reorganisation of the motor cortex in chronic low back pain.
Brian Freeman, Nicholas Steel, Tracey Sach, James Hegarty, Rikke Soegaard.
Cost effectiveness of two forms of circumferential lumbar fusion: a prospective randomized controlled trial.
Markus Melloh, Thomas Barz, Peter Reiger, Lukas Staub, Emin Aghayev, Christoph Roeder, Thomas Zweig, Jean-Claude Theis.
The diagnostic value of a treadmill test in predicting lumbar spinal stenosis.
The DePuy Spine Clinical Fellowship Bursary is designed to encourage and promote the pursuit of dedicated Clinical Spine Fellowship Training. The Bursary funds are aimed to assist the successful applicants with the costs associated with attending an overseas fellow program.
There are 5 individual Bursaries available for 2008, each valued at AUD$15,000. To be eligible for consideration to be awarded a Bursary, applicants must be a current Australian or New Zealand Orthopaedic or Neurosurgical Trainee and have an overseas Spinal Surgical Fellowship program arranged to start at the end of training. For further information please look under prizes and Fellowships at www.spinesociety.org.au.
This award consists of a certificate and a prize of AUD$10,000 for the most outstanding contribution in the field of basic science, biomechanics or clinical studies of the spine, presented at the 2008 Conference, to be held in Adelaide, 18 - 20 April 2008.
Papers are required to be in a form ready for submission to a scientific journal and must contain original material not previously published or presented at a major meeting. Multiple authors are acceptable. One of the authors will be required to present the paper at the meeting at their own expense and this person must be nominated at the time of submission of the article.
Papers should be submitted in PDF format by email no later than 1500 hrs Friday 11 January 2008 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions regarding this award should be addressed to:
This award consists of a certificate and a prize of AUD$1,000, which is partially funded through the Rob Johnston Trust Fund. It will be awarded to the best presentation by a Trainee or Fellow at the Annual Scientific Conference from the Spine Society of Australia.
This Award of AUD$2,000 for the best paper presented by a member of the Spine Society of Australia at the conference will be offered again in 2008. The winner of the Award will be judged by the Scientific Program Committee.
This Award of AUD$1,000 for the best paper presented by a member of the Spine Society of Australia at the conference will be offered again in 2008. The winner of the Award will be judged by the Scientific Program Committee.