About the Award
The William H. Harris, MD Award is given to an individual based on the quality and scientific merit of a paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research®. The topic of the paper must be related to basic and/or clinical research involving the hip. All types of research related to hip reconstructive surgery (i.e. biological, mechanical, clinical, etc.) are appropriate topics for the paper.
The award carries a $5,000 honorarium that will be paid to the individual receiving the award and a plaque. The Harris Award is sponsored by the Harris Fellows Club.
The Call for Submissions is Now Closed.
- Honorarium of $5,000
- Commemorative plaque
The winner must be present at the ORS Annual Meeting to accept the award.
The Harris Award is given to an individual based on the quality and scientific merit of their accepted paper in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research® on the topic of basic and/or clinical research involving the hip. To be eligible for the award, you must be
- The primary (lead) author of the paper
- Under 45 years of age
- An ORS member* in good standing
- Have not previously received Harris Award
*Note: If you are not a member of the ORS, but would like to apply to be eligible for this award, visit our membership section of the website for an application. Thank you for your interest.
Authors may indicate their interest in applying for the award at time of manuscript submission to the Journal of Orthopaedic Research®. Manuscripts accepted between September 1 of the prior year and August 31 of the award year will be considered. Shortlisted authors will be contacted to confirm eligibility and continued interest.
For more information contact Karey Hyland at [email protected].