European Knee Society
The EKS was created in 2014 in order to group European key opinion leaders in the field of the degenerative knee and knee arthroplasty.
Over 60 knee experts in Europe have in the meantime joined this new society, with the aim to strengthen and consolidate the European knowledge and expertise in this domain.
The main goals of EKS are:
- to advance knowledge of degenerative knee pathology and knee arthroplasty
- to provide an appropriate educational setting that maintains the highest level of professional standards in order to promote continuous advancements in professional knowledge and improved treatment of degenerative disorders of the knee and knee arthroplasty
- to create an optimum environment to enhance education, research and treatment of degenerative knee pathology and arthroplasty
- to promote and maintain professional standards to provide the best care to patients with degenerative pathology of the knee joint and arthroplasty of the knee.
The EKS is honoured to grant the EKS Research Award of 10 000,00 Euros to be divided over 3 projects:
- Carsten O. Tibesku
Perception in bicruciate-retaining knee arthroplasty
- Geert Peersman
Mobile vs. fixed bearing UKA: proximal tibial strain and finite element models
- Nick London
Outcomes following fixed bearing unicompartmental knee arthroplasty
Congratulations to the 3 EKS Research Award recipients and we wish you best of luck for the final realization of your projects.