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1 Welcome

2 Welcome New Members L. Andrew Koman, MD

3 Introducing the AOA Membership Class of 2013

4 Joseph A. Abboud, MD

5 Thomas C. Barber, MD

6 J. Scott Broderick, MD

7 Robert D. Bronstein, MD

8 Robert H. Brophy, MD

9 Jacob M. Buchowski, MD

10 Susan Bukata, MD

11 Christine B. Caltoum, MD

12 Michael G. Ciccotti, MD

13 Gregory J. Della Rocca, MD, PhD

14 Marlene DeMaio, MD

15 John A. DiPreta, MD

16 Seth D. Dodds, MD

17 David C. Flanigan, MD

18 Jeffrey A. Geller, MD

19 J. Eric Gordon, MD

20 Grant L. Jones, MD

21 Jay D. Keener, MD

22 Sameh A. Labib, MD

23 Steven J. Lee, MD

24 Zhongyu John Li, MD, PhD

25 Gregory B. Maletis, MD

26 Edward B. McDonough, MD

27 Toni M. McLaurin, MD

28 Michael Medvecky, MD

29 Vasilios Moutzouros, MD

30 Elisha T. Powell, IV, MD

31 Afshin E. Razi, MD

32 Robert N. Reddix, Jr., MD

33 J. Spence Reid, MD

34 David R. Richardson, MD

35 Rachel S. Rohde, MD

36 Stephen B. Sundberg, MD

37 Steven J. Svoboda, MD

38 Norman S. Turner, III, MD

39 Iiya Voloshin, MD

40 Roland H. Winter, MD

41 David A. Yngve, MD

42 David S. Zelouf, MD

43 In Memory of Warren Kadrmas, MD Recognized as the outstanding resident graduate at the Hospital for Special Surgery Served as a mentor, educator, and leader for all of Air Force orthopaedics Orthopaedic surgery consultant to the Surgeon General of the Air Force

44 Class of 2013 Members Not in Attendance Charles L. Barnes, MD Richard J. Bransford, MD Ivan Cheng, MD Jeffrey N. Davila, MD Christopher C. Dodson, MD Patrick B. Ebeling, MD Cristin M. Ferguson, MD Jonathan A. Forsberg, MD David A. Fuller, MD Joseph A. Janicki, MD Jason E. Lang, MD Robert S. Namba, MD Joshua C. Patt, MD Benjamin K. Potter, MD Benjamin D. Roye, MD Anthony A. Scaduto, MD Nirmal C. Tejwani, MD John M. Tokish, MD Peter G. Whang, MD

45 Welcome AOA Membership Class of 2013

46 Business Meeting AOA Members Only Friday, June 19, :45am – 11:45am

47 Report of the President Scott D. Boden, MD

48 Retiring Executive Committee Members Douglas R. Dirschl, MD Second Past President Sanford E. Emery, MD, MBA Treasurer Leesa M. Galatz, MD Delegate-At-Large L. Andrew Koman, MD Membership Chair Serena S. Hu, MD Program Chair Alan S. Hilibrand, MD Publications Chair Dennis M. Murphy Lay Delegate

49 Retiring Committee Chairs Sanford E. Emery, MD, MBA Audit Committee Finance Committee Kevin P. Black, MD Distinguished Contributions to Orthopaedics Award Committee Douglas R. Dirschl, MD Distinguished Clinician Educator Award Committee L. Andrew Koman, MD Membership Committee Terrance D. Peabody, MD Nominating Committee

50 G. Paul DeRosa, MD OIOM Council Serena S. Hu, MD Program Committee Alan S. Hilibrand, MD Publications Committee John G. Heller, MD Young Leaders Committee Robert F. Ostrum, MD Young Leaders Committee Retiring Committee Chairs

51 Academic Leadership Committee’s Retiring Liaisons Julie Balch Samora, MD, PhD, MPH Association of American Medical Colleges—Organization of Resident Representatives Joel Jeffries, MD Council of Medical Specialty Societies—Organization of Program Directors Associations

52 Thank you to all who have dedicated time and service to the AOA

53 Report of the Membership Committee L. Andrew Koman, MD

54 Membership Class of 2014 ACTIVE: 61 Daniel Allison, MD William C. Andrews, Jr., MD Asheesh Bedi, MD Stefano A. Bini, MD Gary Botimer, MD Richard E. Bowen, MD Brad Bushnell, MD Louis W. Catalano, III, MD George F. Chimento, MD P. Christopher Cook, MD Quanjun Cui, MD Vinod Dasa, MD Roy I. Davidovitch, MD Nicola A. DeAngelis, MD Gregory L. DeSilva, MD Christopher B. Dewing, MD Shevaun M. Doyle, MD George S.M. Dyer, MD Mark A. Erickson, MD Robert J. Esther, MD Daniel C. Farber, MD Richard F. Fellrath, Jr., MD Guy D. Foulkes, MD Robert A. Gallo, MD Paul B. Gladden, MD Wade T. Gordon, MD Andrew Gurman, MD Michael A. Herbenick, MD A. Alex Jahangir, MD Laith Jazrawi, MD Harpal Singh Khanuja, MD Joseph Khoury, MD Dieter Lindskog, MD Frank Liporace, MD Joseph R. Lynch, MD Samir Mehta, MD Vishal M. Mehta, MD Hassan R. Mir, MD George P. Nanos, III, MD Unni G. Narayanan, MBBS Markku T. Nousiainen, MD Michael O’Brien, MD Robert V. O’Toole, III, MD Mark P. Pallis, DO Edward A. Perez, MD Brent Ponce, MD John S. Reach, MD Frederick C. Redfern, MD Lori K. Reed, MD James R. Ringler, MD Rolando F. Roberto, MD Andrew Sama, MD Suken A. Shah, MD Eric L. Smith, MD David Steinberg, MD Michael Stover, MD Michael Suk, MD Carrie R. Swigart, MD William Michael Tew, MD Rahul Vaidya, MD Kelly L. VanderHave, MD

55 Report of the Secretary William N. Levine, MD

56 Current Membership Composition Active Members Senior Members (formerly AOS) Associate Member Affiliate Members Corresponding Members Emeritus Honorary Members Senior-Active Members Lay Delegate

57 Report of the Treasurer Sanford D. Emery, MD, MBA

58 2013 Audit Total liabilities and net assets-accrual based 2013: $8,554, : $8,041, : $7,097, : $7,073,997* 2009: $8,254, : $7,433, : $7,318, : $7,356,897 * OMeGA Medical Grants Association assets of +/- $1 Million transferred out of AOA assets in 2010; separate 501 c)3) tax exemption achieved for OMeGA in 2010

59 2013 Audit Excess Revenue over Expenditure (Accrual Based, GAAP Method) 2013: $ 336, : $ 758, : $ 107, : $ 235, : $ 628, : $ 309, : $ (113,140) 2006: $1,166,408

60 2013 Audit Investment Accounts/Endowment Total Smith Barney Account Funds$4,793,156 Net Earnings/Return*$ 696,532/17.5% Fees: 0.7% *********************************************************** Total OREF Endowment $2,017,399 Net Earnings/Return* $ 171,543/8.9% Fees: 0.86% *Income as a Percentage of Investment held at the beginning of the Current Year

61 2013 Audit Total Investment Income……… $848,906 Total Investment Income 2012……..$677,409

62 Report of the Historian Terry R. Light, MD

63 In Memoriam

64 Riad Barmada, MD AOA Member since 1991 AOA Member since 1991 Early adopter of Charnley Hip Arthroplasty Early adopter of Charnley Hip Arthroplasty President of the Illinois Orthopaedic Society President of the Illinois Orthopaedic Society Chair University of Illinois Chicago Department of Orthopedic Surgery - 15 years Chair University of Illinois Chicago Department of Orthopedic Surgery - 15 years “Active” Professor Emeritus - 15 years “Active” Professor Emeritus - 15 years

65 William “Bill” Collins, MD AOA Member since 1989 AOA Member since 1989 President of the Medical Association of Georgia President of the Medical Association of Georgia President and Co-founder of the Southern Orthopaedic Association President and Co-founder of the Southern Orthopaedic Association MBA at age 61 MBA at age 61 Member, Board of Directors for MAG Mutual Insurance Company Member, Board of Directors for MAG Mutual Insurance Company

66 Jerome M. Cotler, MD AOA Member since 1979 AOA Member since 1979 Everett J. and Marian Gordon Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Orthopaedic Residency Program Director, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Everett J. and Marian Gordon Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Orthopaedic Residency Program Director, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital AAOS – Chair Board Of Councilors ( AAOS – Chair Board Of Councilors ( ABOS - President ( ) ABOS - President ( ) AOA – Vice President AOA – Vice President Chair - NASS ( ) Chair - NASS ( ) Lifetime Achievement Award from American Spinal Injury Association (2003) Lifetime Achievement Award from American Spinal Injury Association (2003)

67 Barry Friedman, MD AOA Member since 1970 AOA Member since 1970 Naval Medical Officer aboard the destroyer USS Russell during WWII Naval Medical Officer aboard the destroyer USS Russell during WWII AAOS The Legacy of Heroes AAOS The Legacy of Heroes Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland Author of 10 fiction and two non-fiction books Author of 10 fiction and two non-fiction books Five Hole-in-ones – last at 90 Five Hole-in-ones – last at

68 Shanmuga S. Jayakumar, MD AOA Member since 1991 AOA Member since 1991 Implemented free polio vaccinations in Coimbatore, India Implemented free polio vaccinations in Coimbatore, India Alfred duPont Hospital for Children Staff focused upon pediatric foot disorders, spina bifida and AMC Alfred duPont Hospital for Children Staff focused upon pediatric foot disorders, spina bifida and AMC Deputy Editor, JBJS Deputy Editor, JBJS Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics at Thomas Jefferson University Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics at Thomas Jefferson University

69 Frank W. Jobe, MD AOA Member since 1984 AOA Member since 1984 Medical Staff Sgt 101 st Airborne - landed by glider at Normandy, captured briefly during Battle of the Bulge, escaped, earned Bronze Star, Combat Medical Badge and Glider Badge with one star Medical Staff Sgt 101 st Airborne - landed by glider at Normandy, captured briefly during Battle of the Bulge, escaped, earned Bronze Star, Combat Medical Badge and Glider Badge with one star Co-founder, Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic Co-founder, Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic Developed technique for Elbow Ulnar Collateral Ligament Elbow Reconstruction Developed technique for Elbow Ulnar Collateral Ligament Elbow Reconstruction Honored by Baseball Hall of Fame Honored by Baseball Hall of Fame

70 Warren R. Kadrmas, MD, Col(s), USAF, MC AOA Member since 2013 AOA Member since 2013 USAF Academy Graduate, Duke MD, HSS, HSS Sports Fellowship USAF Academy Graduate, Duke MD, HSS, HSS Sports Fellowship Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio Orthopaedic surgery consultant to the Surgeon General of the Air Force Orthopaedic surgery consultant to the Surgeon General of the Air Force Served as a mentor, educator, and leader for all Air Force orthopaedists Served as a mentor, educator, and leader for all Air Force orthopaedists

71 William C. Lauerman, MD AOA Member since 2003 AOA Member since 2003 Served as Major in the US Air Force, San Antonio, TX Served as Major in the US Air Force, San Antonio, TX Chief of Spinal Surgery and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Georgetown University Hospital Chief of Spinal Surgery and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Georgetown University Hospital Dean of Admissions, Georgetown University School of Medicine Dean of Admissions, Georgetown University School of Medicine

72 Arabella Leet, MD AOA Member since 2011 AOA Member since 2011 Past Director, Orthopaedic Center for Children with Cerebral Palsy, Johns Hopkins University Past Director, Orthopaedic Center for Children with Cerebral Palsy, Johns Hopkins University Research focused upon cerebral palsy, osteogenesis imperfecta and fibrous dysplasia Research focused upon cerebral palsy, osteogenesis imperfecta and fibrous dysplasia Chief of Staff, Shriners Hospital for Children, Honolulu, HI Chief of Staff, Shriners Hospital for Children, Honolulu, HI

73 J. Phillip Nelson, MD AOA Member since 1984 AOA Member since 1984 Mayo Clinic Orthopaedic Residency Mayo Clinic Orthopaedic Residency Military Service during Vietnam War Military Service during Vietnam War Pioneer in the advancement of clean room technology Pioneer in the advancement of clean room technology President of the Denver Medical Society, The Hip Society, and The Association for Arthritic Hip & Knee Surgery President of the Denver Medical Society, The Hip Society, and The Association for Arthritic Hip & Knee Surgery

74 Lowell F.A. Peterson, MD AOA Member since 1977 AOA Member since 1977 Served in the US Navy during WWII Served in the US Navy during WWII Chief Medical Officer for nine ships during the Korean War Chief Medical Officer for nine ships during the Korean War Mayo Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeon and Visiting Professor Mayo Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeon and Visiting Professor Co-developer of Polycentric Knee Co-developer of Polycentric Knee

75 Charles Dayton Riddle, Jr., MD AOA Member since 1999 AOA Member since 1999 Team Physician – US Naval Academy Team Physician – US Naval Academy Academic Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Greenville (SC) Hospital System Academic Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Greenville (SC) Hospital System Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering - Clemson University Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering - Clemson University President South Carolina Orthopaedic Association President South Carolina Orthopaedic Association Team Physician – Furman University Team Physician – Furman University 2004, MUSC Distinguished Alumnus Award 2004, MUSC Distinguished Alumnus Award

76 George E. Spencer, Jr., MD AOA Member since 1969 AOA Member since 1969 Naval Lieutenant JG assigned to Jackson, MS Veterans Hospital Naval Lieutenant JG assigned to Jackson, MS Veterans Hospital Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospital in Cleveland Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospital in Cleveland Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at St Lukes Hospital in Cleveland Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at St Lukes Hospital in Cleveland President, Clinical Orthopaedic Society President, Clinical Orthopaedic Society Avid Sailor Avid Sailor

77 Remembering Our Colleagues

78 Report of the Development Committee Todd J. Albert, MD

79 AOA League of Our Own Only 5% of orthopaedic surgeons are AOA members YOU are part of a prestigious organization

80 Corporate Donations 2013:  11 corporate donors  Total received = $740,000  Program areas: OTB; AM; RLF; ELF; CORD; Leadership; NATF 2014 (as of 6/4/14): 8 corporate donors Total received = $610,000 Program areas: OTB; AM; Leadership; RLF; ELF; CORD; CORA

81 Your support guides our thinking for the profession  Without the burden of corporate restrictions  93 individual donors in 2013  $132,895 in annual giving supported 10 AOA programs  10% of this came directly through AOA and OREF

82 And the long-term view tells the best story Lifetime giving to the AOA  Includes donations made directly to the AOA and through OREF  Records dating 1996 through April 2014  316 Contributors

83 Lifetime Giving 1.Visionary ($100,000+) 2.Champion ($75,000-$99,999) 3.Ambassador ($40,000-$74,999) 4.Partner ($30,000-$39,999) 5.Contributor ($20,000-$29,999) 6.Associate ($15,000-$19,999)

84 Recognizing annual and lifetime donors  View the poster near the registration desk o Annual giving in 2013 o Lifetime giving  Token of our appreciation for 2013 individual donors and top lifetime donors

85 Ways to give Annual Gifts Multi-Year Pledge Beneficiary Gifts Stock Gifts

86 Now accepting stock donations  Tax advantages  Consult your financial advisor  Information near the registration desk

87 Report of OMeGA Medical Grants Association C. McCollister Evarts, MD President, OMeGA Board of Directors

88 For 2014 OMeGA is the only third party organization supporting orthopaedic GME across all subspecialties More OMeGA donors, increased support

89 To date, 526 grants awarded in 16 cycles 338 fellowship grants 150 residency/general education grants 38 residency/core competency innovation grants

90 Number of applications far exceeds funding levels For fellowship and residency categories Large disparity in funding between fellowship subspecialties Funding relative to amount requested o Residency 35.42% o Fellowship 15.33%

91 Recent survey to programs regarding fellowship funding How are fellows funded? What are the consequences of reduced GME funding? Findings

92 Conversations with donors Promising Ever changing environment Programs would like OMeGA’s schedule aligned with the fellowship match, however most companies can only support annual distribution of funding

93 Coordinated support for GME funding AAOS, OREF, AOA, and subspecialty societies must communicate a consistent and strong message to industry for them to increase their support for GME

94 Double recognition and appreciation for OMeGA donors Gold Level Zimmer - Founding supporter DePuy Synthes Silver Supporters Biomet Orthopedics Medtronic Spinal Stryker Contributors Genentech K2M, Inc.

95 Report of the ABOS Stephen Albanese, MD President

96 ABOS Update 2013 Results and Changes

97 2013 Results Good News  Passing rate for the Part I exam was 93% for the reference group (n-678), this is about the same as 2012 at 94%  Passing rate for Part II was 89% for the reference group (n-668), this has been steady for 9 years Not Such Good News  Oral recert passing rate was 72% (n-142) down from 78% in 2012 and 86% in 2011

98 Changes The oral exam will transition to all electronic submission and presentation of images and records A diplomate who fails a computer recertification exam may once again take a computer exam to re- certify unless their certificate has expired, then an oral exam is mandatory. MOC- CME completed in December may be used for the reporting cycle that closed in November or may be applied to the following year. This applies only for the December at the end of a 3 year cycle.

99 MOC Submission Example of Reporting Cycles and Application 2008 November, May, 2014 Application For a 2017 Diplomate Wishing to Take a 2015 Recert Exam 120 CME, 20 are SAE 120 CME, 20 are SAE, Case List

100 MOC Failsafe A diplomate who has not reported any CME and SAE and is now at the final deadline: He or She may enter 240 CME of which 40 are SAE plus a case list by the May 1 deadline in the year prior to expiration of their certificate

101 Performance Improvement Modules Voluntary at this time, CME granted by sponsoring organization First modules will be posted during 2014

102 ABMS Outline for MOC Four Competencies: Professional Standing &Professionalism &Professionalism Lifelong Learning & Self Improvement Knowledge, Judgment & Skill Skill III III IV Improvement in Medical Practice

103 MOC No content requirement changes for MOC through the 2017 class There are voluntary additions to part II that will be phased-in such as PIMs and the portfolio project

104 Report of the JBJS Vernon T. Tolo, MD Editor-In-Chief

105 AOA/COA COMBINED MEETING MONTREAL, QUEBEC JUNE 19,2014 JBJS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF REPORT

106 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 JBJS CELEBRATES 125 TH ANNIVERSARY!!  FIRST PUBLISHED JUNE 1889  CONTAINED PRESENTATIONS FROM AOA  SEVERAL JOURNAL NAMES  TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN ORTHO ASSOC 1 ST  AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY (1903)  JOURNAL OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY (1919)  BECAME JBJS IN 1922  NON-PROFIT, INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION (1954)

107 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 SCIENTIFIC SUBMISSIONS  1254 IN 2013  1631 IN 2012, 1606 IN 2011  DECREASE AFTER SUBMISSION FEE IN MAY 2013  SIMILAR NOW TO LEVELS OF  CURRENTLY 75%-80% OF SUBMISSIONS BEFORE FEE  50% FROM OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA  ACCEPTANCE RATE IN 2013  25% FOR JBJS  50% FOR JBJS CASE CONNECTOR

108 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 INNOVATIONS & CHANGES FOR JBJS  MORE ARTICLES ONLINE  SUBMISSION  PUBLICATION TIME  BOTH EDITORIAL AND PRODUCTION IMPROVED CONTINUE TO WORK TO DECREASE TIME  “DESK REJECTS” ABOUT 12% IN % SAME PERIOD IN 2013  PRIMARILY TO DECREASE DEMANDS ON REVIEWERS  INCREASED CME OPPORTUNITIES  SAE AND MOC CREDITS PLUS EXPANDED QUARTERLY  ARTHROPLASTY REGISTRY UPDATE FEATURE  DEPUTY EDITOR FOR VIDEO  PLAN INCREASED VIDEO FOR ALL JBJS PRODUCTS

109 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 INNOVATIONS AND CHANGES FOR JBJS  JBJS-MILLER VIRTUAL RECERTIFICATION COURSE  WEBINARS  ON MoM, PRP,PPI,ACL TO DATE WITH SIGN UP  ALSO WEBINARS WITH PTs…4000 REGISTERED  PLAN 4 OR MORE IN 2014  REVIEW JOURNAL BEGAN IN NOVEMBER 2013  NAMED ‘JBJS REVIEWS’  ONLINE ONLY  NEW EDITOR AND EDITORIAL BOARD  PATTERNED AFTER CURRENT CONCEPTS REVIEW AS WELL AS OTHER FEATURES  INCLUDES INTERNATIONAL AUTHORS

110 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 OTHER UPDATES  AOA RELATIONSHIPS  PUBLISH 6 TO 7 SYMPOSIA ANNUALLY  UNDER TITLE OF ‘AOA CRITICAL ISSUES’  ALSO PUBLISH TRAVELLING FELLOWS REPORTS  INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD  NOW WITH 7 INTERNATIONAL DEPUTY EDITORS  INCREASED NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL REVIEWERS

111 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 JBJS CASE CONNECTOR  OVER 3000 JBJS CASE REPORTS  ‘SEMANTIC TAGGING’ SEARCH FUNCTION  ALLOW AGGREGATION OF LINKED CASE REPORTS  POTENTIAL AS ‘EARLY WARNING SYSTEM’ JBJS ESSENTIAL SURGICAL TECHNIQUES  OVER 250 AVAILABLE  INCREASED VIDEO USAGE  SOURCE: JBJS OR OTHER PEER REVIEW PUBLICATION  PLAN ADDITIONAL ‘KEY PROCEDURES’  MORE BASIC PROCEDURES IN EACH SUBSPECIALTY  EMPHASIS ON VIDEO

112 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 NEW EDITOR-IN-CHIEF  MARC SWIONTKOWSKI, MD  HAS BEEN DEPUTY EDITOR AND EDITOR FOR JBJS CASE CONNECTOR  WILL BEGIN JULY 1, 2014  TRANSITION PERIOD FOR 3 MONTHS

113 EDITOR’S REPORT—AOA—JUNE 2014 ON-GOING COMMITMENT TO QUALITY ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS GLOBAL ORTHO NEED PROVIDE READER ABILITY TO CUSTOMIZE  DELIVER ORTHO INFORMATION DIFFERENT WAYS  MAINTAIN PRINT QUALITY, EXPAND ONLINE IF SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE JBJS MORE APPLICABLE TO YOUR NEEDS…CONTACT ME

114 Report of OREF John J. Callaghan, MD President

115 2014 UPDATE

116 116 ADVANCING VISION 2015 Launched new mission, vision and brand that illustrate OREF’s renewed commitment to orthopaedic research Mission: Improving lives by supporting excellence in orthopaedic research. Vision: OREF will be the leader in supporting orthopaedic research to improve function, eliminate pain and restore mobility.

117 117 REFOCUSING RESOURCES TO SUPPORT MORE RESEARCH Developed first Collaborative Research Agenda. Implement hip and knee program in 2014; beyond 2014, expand agenda to other areas. Include key stakeholders in the agenda-setting process to ensure that the most important areas of orthopaedic research are funded. Provided more than $1.6 million in research grant funding and awards to individuals.

118 118 MAJOR GIFT PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Provided major gift donors with options to support future research needs through the Shands Circle Society and urgent needs today through the new Visionary Research Society. OREF grants supported by the Research Fund include: A co-branded grant between Howard Hughes Medical Institute and OREF to support a medical student conducting full-time research for one year (HHMI-OREF Medical Fellows) Resident Clinician Scientist Training Grant for residents or fellows pursuing research with clear clinical relevance Prospective Clinical Research Grant to support a prospective multi-center cohort study on the outcome of surgery for anterior shoulder instability Since our founding in 1955, OREF has awarded more than $140 million in grants and awards.

119 119 LOOKING AHEAD TO 2015 AND BEYOND 2014 promises to be a time of transition for OREF as we continue to implement strategies that will sustain the organization and its mission far into the future. Develop strategic relationships with other orthopaedic organizations that are built on collaboration and mutually beneficial. As we prepare to mark the 60 th anniversary of our founding, we remain confident that OREF is well- positioned to continue as the leader in providing new researchers with the experience and resources they need to conduct important orthopaedic research that will transform patients’ lives.

120 120 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear Paul Anderson, MDResearch Grant1987, 1989 John Antoniou, MDResident Grant1996 April Armstrong, MD, MScYoung Investigator Grant2007 David Ayers, MD Career Development Grant Research Grant Judith Baumhauer, MD, MSMPHHealth Services Fellowship2004 Joseph Bernstein, MD, MSYoung Investigator Grant2001 Mohit Bhandari, MD, PhD, FRCSC Young Investigator Grant OREF Clinical Award Theodore Blaine, MD Resident Grant Research Grant Scott Boden, MDResearch Grant1994 Mathias Bostrum, MDCareer Development Grant2008

121 121 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear Kevin Bozic, MD, MBA Young Investigator Grant Health Services Fellowship OREF Clinical Award Career Development Grant Joseph Buckwalter, MD Resident Grant Research Grant John Callaghan, MD Career Development Grant OREF Clinical Award James Carpenter, MDResearch Grant1995 Jens Chapman, MDResearch Grant1995 Jack Choueka, MDResident Grant1993 Constance Chu, MDResident Grant1995 Denis Clohisy, MD Resident Grant Research Grant 1986,

122 122 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear John Clohisy, MD Resident Grant Research Grant Young Investigator Grant Career Development Grant Richard Cruess, MD, FRCSCResearch Grant1964 Matthew Dobbs, MDCareer Development Grant2009 Sanford Emery, MD, MBA Research Grant Career Development Grant William Eward, MD, DVMOREF/DePuy Resident Grant207 Steven Frick, MDResident Grant1992 Richard Friedman, MD, FRCSCResearch Grant1988 Leesa Galatz, MD Young Investigator Grant Research Grant Career Development Grant Stuart Goodman, MD, PhDResearch Grant1986

123 123 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear James Goulet, MDResearch Grant1994 A. Seth Greenwald, D.Phil (Oxon)Research Grant1974 David Hak, MD, MBAResearch Grant2002 Rex Haydon, MD, PhDCareer Development Grant2003 John Heller, MDResearch Grant1992 Bang Hoang, MD Research Grant Career Development Grant Ginger Holt, MD Young Investigator Grant Research Grant Serene S. Hu, MDResearch Grant1996 Joshua Jacobs, MDCareer Development Grant1990 Peter Jokl, MDBerg-Sloat Fellowship1977 Marci Jones, MDCareer Development Grant2003

124 124 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear Lana Kang, MDResident Grant2002 Hubert Kim, MD, PhDYoung Investigator Grant2003 L. Andrew Koman, MD Research Grant Prospective Clinical Research Grant OREF Clinical Award Hans Kreder, MD, MPH, FRCSCCareer Development Grant1995 Joseph Lane, MD Carl Berg Traveling Fellowship Research Grant , 1978 Kelly Lefaivre, MD RJOS/OREF/DePuy CDA Women’s Muscle Health 2008 William Levine, MD OREF/ASES Rockwood Clinical Research Award 2012 Courtland Lewis, MDResearch Grant1989, 1990 Jay Lieberman, MDResearch Grant1995 Terry Light, MDResearch Grant1987

125 125 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear William Macaulay, MDProspective Clinical Research Grant2003 Nizar Mahomed, MD, MPH, FRCSCHealth Services Fellowship1996 Robert McLain, MDResearch Grant1992 Sohail Mirza, MD, MPHResearch Grant1999 George Muschler, MD Research Grant Career Development Grant Denis Nam, MD Resident Clinician Scientist Training Grant ORS/OREF Travel Award in Orthopaedic Research Translation Douglas D.R. Naudie, MDYoung Investigator Grant2002 Bradley Nelson, MDResearch Grant2005 William Obremskey, MD, MPHResearch Grant2006

126 126 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear Regis O’Keefe, MD, PhD Career Development Grant Research Grant ORS/OREF Travel Award in Orthopaedic Research Translation Norman Otsuka, MDResident Grant1997 Stefan Parent, MD, PhD Spine Prospective Clinical Research Grant 2012 Javad Parvizi, MD OREF Clinician Scientist Award Prospective Clinical Research Grant Vincent Pellegrini, Jr., MDResearch Grant1995 Matthew Provencher, MDResident Grant2001 R. Lor Randall, MDResearch Grant2003 K. Daniel Riew, MDProspective Clinical Research Grant2002 Harry Rubash, MDProspective Clinical Research Grant1997

127 127 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear David Ruch, MDProspective Clinical Research Grant2005 Khaled Saleh, MD, MS, FRCSC Health Services Fellowship Career Development Grant OREF/Sanofi-Aventis CRT Fellowship Julie Samora, MDOREF/DePuy Resident Grant2010 Bruce Sangeorzan, MDOREF Clinical Award2001 Mara Schenker, MD Resident Grant Young Investigator Grant Hiromu Shoji, MDResearch Grant1979 Paul Sponseller, MD Research Grant Scientific Forum Grant/Spine Marc Swiontkowski, MD Resident Grant Berg-Sloat Fellowship Career Development Grant OREF Clinical Award

128 128 OREF Welcomes Grant Recipients Presenting at the AOA Meeting NameGrant TypeYear Robert Tashjian, MDYoung Investigator Grant2008 Vernon Tolo, MD Giannestras-Schmerge Traveling Fellowship 1976 Paul Tornetta, III, MDResearch Grant2002 Laura Tosi, MD Young Investigator Grant RJOS/OREF/DePuy Research Grant in Women’s Musculoskeletal Health Jeffrey Wang, MDResearch Grant2000 Kristen Weber, MDResearch Grant2001, 2002 Stuart Weinstein, MD OREF Clinical Award Scientific Forum Grant/Spine Rick Wright, MDResearch Grant2000 Ken Yamaguchi, MDCareer Development Grant2002 Joseph Zuckerman, MDOREF Clinical Award2002

129 129 REMEMBER…

130 130 THANK YOU! John J. Callaghan, MD President, OREF Board of Trustees Sharon K. Mellor, PhD, CAE CEO

131 Report of the Nominating Committee Terrance D. Peabody, MD

132 Nominating Committee Members Chair: Terrance D. Peabody, MD Members: Judith F. Baumhauer, MD, MPH John S. Kirkpatrick, MD, MS Vincent D. Pellegrini, Jr., MD Michael F. Schafer, MD Peter Jokl, MD

133 Nominating Committee Explanation of Process

134 Disclosure & Conflict Management Process JB: CONFIRM THIS GETS DELETED.Officers required to: Terminate existing consulting royalty and speaker bureau agreements Not enter into new commercial orthopaedic or medical or insurance company agreements

135 Committee Slate

136 Nominees Second President-Elect: Sanford E. Emery, MD, MBA Delegate-At-Large: Rex C. Haydon, MD, PhD

137 Nominees Membership Committee Member: Raoul P. Rodriguez, MD ABOS: Martin I. Boyer, MD Howard R. Epps, MD John M. Flynn, MD Donald H. Lee, MD

138 2014 Election

139 Nomination of the Nominating Committee

140 Ineligible Nominees Todd J. Albert, MD Judith F. Baumhauer, MD, MPH Kevin P. Black, MD Scott D. Boden, MD James E. Carpenter, MD Douglas R. Dirschl, MD Sanford E. Emery, MD, MBA Leesa M. Galatz, MD Serena S. Hu, MD Peter Jokl, MD John S. Kirkpatrick, MD, MS L. Andrew Koman, MD William N. Levine, MD Terry R. Light, MD J. Lawrence Marsh, MD Regis J. O’Keefe, MD, PhD Theodore W. Parsons, III, MD, FACS Terrance D. Peabody, MD Vincent D. Pellegrini, Jr., MD Khaled J. Saleh, MD, MSc, FRCSC, MHCM Michael F. Schafer, MD Lisa A. Taitsman, MD, MPH Jeffrey C. Wang, MD Rick W. Wright, MD The following Nominating Committee and Executive Committee members are not eligible for nomination:

141 Nominations From the Floor

142 New Business?

143 Thank you This concludes our Business Meeting.


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