Each year, thanks to the vision and generosity of members like you, the Society has been able to allocate significant funds to support priority research initiatives, including Young Investigator Grants and Sandy Kirkley Clinical Outcomes Research Grants, and others.
These projects, along with many others, contribute to AOSSM's continued success in developing and strengthening our professional growth, to ensure we are all well equipped to serve the increasing and diverse needs of our patients.
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to make a secure, online, tax-deductible contribution to AOSSM's Individual Giving Campaign, knowing that 100% of your donation, and that of your colleagues, will be used to foster research designed to answer important clinical questions. If you’ve already pledged your support or made a contribution, we thank you for your important commitment!
How Can I Donate?
You can make a secure, online, tax-deductible contribution directly to AOSSM by clicking here or on the link below. You will be prompted to log-in to your MyAOSSM account to complete the transaction.
You may donate to AOSSM through the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation (OREF) by clicking here
How Will My Donation Impact our Profession and our Patients?
||“Like you, I take great pride and satisfaction in the advances in treatment of our patients derived from AOSSM-funded research. Please make a tax-deductible contribution to AOSSM’s 2015 Individual Giving Campaign to foster research designed to answer important clinical questions.
Your donation, along with that of our colleagues, allows the Society to support rigorous science to broaden the base of orthopaedic sports medicine knowledge.
The Research Mentoring Program, Young Investigator Grants, Sandy Kirkley Clinical Outcome Research Grants and HA Predictor Study reflect just a few of the initiatives that have been funded through the years, thanks to support from members like you.
These projects, along with many others, contribute to the Society’s continued success in developing and strengthening our professional growth to ensure we are well equipped to serve the increasing and diverse needs of our patients.”
~ Patti Kolowich, MD, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan