History of the Award
In 1989, The International Society of the Knee established a Young Investigator’s Research Award in memory of Professor Albert Trillat.
Past President and founder of the International Society of the Knee, Professor Albert Trillat was one of the pioneers in knee surgery and sports traumatology.
2023 Boston, UNITED STATES
Medial meniscus posterior root repair delays but not avoids histological progression of osteoarthritis: A randomized in vivo experimental study
Lika Dzidzishvili, MD, SPAIN
2021 Global Congress
The Bankart Knee: Biomechanical Consequences of a Posterolateral Tibia Plateau Impression Fracture As Concomitant Injury of ACL Rupture
Danko D. Milinkovic, MD, GERMANY
2019 Cancun, MEXICO
Anterolateral Procedures in Combination with an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Biomechanical Analysis of Commonly Used Procedures in a Cadaveric Model
Thomas Neri, MD, PhD FRANCE
2017 Shanghai, CHINA
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction With or Without a Lateral Extra-Articular
Tenodesis - Early Functional Outcomes of the ISAKOS Sponsored Stability Study
Alan Getgood, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth), DipSEM CANADA
2015 Lyon, FRANCE
The Role of the Anterolateral Structures and the ACL in Controlling Internal Rotational Knee Laxity
Christoph Kittl, MD AUSTRIA
2013 Toronto, CANADA
Biomechanical Consequences of a Complete Radial Tear Near the Medial Meniscus
Posterior Root Attachment Site: In-Situ Pullout Repair Restores Derangement of Joint Mechanics
Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD USA
2011 Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Double Bundle versus Single Bundle Anterior Cruciate Reconstruction – Is the Double
Bundle Technique Really Better?
Timothy S. Whitehead, MBBS, FRACS AUSTRALIA
2009 Osaka, JAPAN
The Effect of Meniscectomy snd Meniscal Allograft Transplantation on Knee and Anterior
Cruciate Ligament Biomechanics
Jeffrey T. Spang, MD USA
2007 Florence, ITALY
Optimization of Graft Fixation at the Time of ACL Reconstruction: Part I: Effect of Initial Tension, Part II: Effect of Knee Flexation Angle
Tatsuo Mae, MD Japan
2005 Hollywood, USA
Mechanical Properties of the Articular Cartilage Covered by the Meniscus
Ashvin Thambyah, MS, Aziz Nather, MD, James Goh, PhD, SINGAPORE (all authors)
2003 Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
Semitendinosus Regrowth: Biomechanical, Ultrastructural, and Physiological Characterization of the Regenerate Tendon
Sanjitpal S. Gill, MD, Maria A. Turner, BA, Todd C. Battaglia, MD, Henry T. Leis, MD, Gary Balian, PhD, Mark D. Miller, MD USA (all authors)
2001 Montreux, ITALY
Norimasa Nakamura, MD, PhD JAPAN
1999 Washington DC
Christos D. Papageorgiou, MD GREECE
1997 Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Braden C. Fleming, MD USA
Robert LaPrade, MD USA
Bruce D. Beynnon, MD USA
Ulrich Bosch, MD, Werner Kasperczyk, MD GERMANY
Kevin Robert Stone, MD USA
Purpose of the Award
This award provides recognition for a young researcher who has done outstanding clinical laboratory research contributing to the understanding, care or prevention of injuries to the knee.
To be considered for the Albert Trillat Young Investigator's Award, applicants must first submit an abstract related to clinical laboratory knee research for the ISAKOS Congress
followed by the online award application. Applicants must be aged 40 years or less at the time of the 2019 Congress and be the principal investigator of the research submitted.
Applicants are required to provide their curriculum vitae, and agree to provide a manuscript following the
Journal of ISAKOS criteria if selected as a finalist.
Abstracts and award applications must be submitted before September 10, 2024.
All abstracts submitted for the Albert Trillat Young Investigator’s Award
will be reviewed by members of the ISAKOS Knee: Sports & Preservation
Committee. Five finalists will be chosen based upon a 20 point grading
scale scoring the quality of the topic (5 points), clarity of writing (5
points) and scientific quality (10 points). The five finalists are required
to submit a blinded and unblinded manuscript following Journal of ISAKOS criteria
by the given deadline. The committee will review the
manuscripts based upon the same scoring system and will select a winner
based on those results.
Registration to the ISAKOS Congress will be waived for the winner. The winner will present the paper after receiving a framed certificate and a cash honorarium of US $3,000 at the ISAKOS Congress.
The winning manuscript will also be submitted to Journal of ISAKOS for possible publication.
Note: Individuals are only permitted to receive one award per Congress, per abstract. ISAKOS award recipients, if not already an ISAKOS Member, are required to become an ISAKOS Member prior to receiving
their award. One year of Membership dues will waived.