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Andrew J. Weiland Medal for Outstanding Research in Hand Surgery
The American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) is pleased to honor the work of hand surgeon and researcher Andrew J. Weiland MD with the Weiland Medal for Outstanding Research in Hand Surgery. The medal is awarded annually to a mid-career researcher dedicated to advancing patient care in the field of hand surgery.
The award is a $20,000 unrestricted gift honoring a hand surgeon-scientist who has contributed a body of research that advances the field. The medal recognizes and supports outstanding research in hand surgery in order to continue Dr. Weiland’s vision for the field of hand surgery. It is awarded to a mid-career surgeon who is up to 60 years of age, or a surgeon who is less than 20 years from hand fellowship training. The medal is presented at the ASSH Annual Meeting each year and the winner is asked to present a brief overview of their work.
Applications are due April 6, 2020.