Kaye E. Wilkins, M.D.
For his long-term distinguished role in the Pediatric Orthopaedic Study Group and the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America. For his role as a teacher and compassionate clinician, especially in the care of children with fractures. For his role in outreach to care for children in third-world countries and to teach those orthopaedists who work there. For his long-term authorship on children's fracture care in an effort to promote the best possible treatment for children.
Kenneth J. Noonan, MD; Richard. Browne, Ph.D; Suzzane Halliday, Ph.D; Kosmos Kayes, MD; Shana O'Brien, MS.
Interobserver Variability of Gait Analysis in Cerebral Palsy
Harry KW Kim, MD, FRCSC; Phi-Huynh Su, BSc.
Piglet Model of Ischemic Necrosis of Capital Femoral Epiphysis (CFE): Reliability, Deformity, and Revascularization
J. Michael Wattenbarger; MD; Laura Phieffer; MD; Helen Gruber; Ph.D
Histologic Features of Physeal Bar Formation in Physeal Fractures