John Insall's legendary contributions
to knee surgery were based on an academic pursuit of
excellence in research and patient care. His research
endeavors encompassed biomechanics, surgical techniques
and vigilant post-operative patient evaluations. Inherent
in his life's work was the importance of educating knee
surgeons throughout the world. In recognition of Dr.
Insall's contribution to both the worldwide orthopaedic
community and the Knee Society, The Insall Travelling
Fellowship is designed to perpetuate his legacy.
must have completed (within 5 years) either an Adult
Reconstruction Knee Fellowship or Sports Medicine Fellowship.
candidates must be able to travel in October for four
must be received by October 1st
A group of four international
candidates will be selected to travel to various Knee
Society locations for this one month program
This annual Fellowship will include visits to internationally
recognized joint replacement and knee surgery centers.
The annual group of four (4) Fellows will include the
most qualified candidates as determined by the selections
committee. Ordinarily, the process will lean towards
selecting two North Americans, one Trans-Atlantic and
one Pan-Pacific candidate. The candidates must undertake
a project(s) during the 4-week course of their travels
and subsequently complete a synthesis of the data in
a manuscript to present at selected international meetings
and publish in appropriate journals. The scope of the
project will be determined by the selection committee
in cooperation with the Knee Society.
Please click on the links below to obtain an application:
Insall Traveling Fellowship