Doctor Philippe Bordier (1927-1977) contributed significantly to the bone field by developing bone histomorphometry, which he applied to the analysis of several bone diseases. His work and dynamism in science has been recognised in Europe and United States.
The award is for €1000 (Euros) and is announced during the ECTS annual congress.
The ECTS Philippe Bordier Clinical Award is open to individuals who have made a significant clinical contribution to the field of bone and calcified tissue.
Nominees must be nominated and seconded by ECTS members.
Nominations for the 2019 Mike Horton Award are now open until Monday 26 November 2018.
Proposers should submit a nomination using the word form and send it back to Dorota Doszko (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A confirmation email will be sent after submitting the nomination.
All nominations are reviewed by an independent panel of reviewers. The final decision is based on the marks and comments from the reviewers and any conflicts of interest are identified and dealt with appropriately.
Winner of the 2018 Bordier Award
Congratulations to Eugene McCloskey (Sheffield, United Kingdom) recipient of the 2018 Philippe Bordier Award presented during the ECTS 2018 Congress in Valencia, Spain.
For a full list of previous Award recipients, please visit the Previous Grants section.