European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society

2021 Research Grants

EPOS is delighted to announce that the following study projects have been accepted in EPOS Research Grant 2021:

€ 10,000.00 Grantees   

Christiaan van Bergen, The Netherlands: “The CARE trial: CAsting and REhabilitation for osteochondral lesions of the talus in the skeletally immature: improved quality of life and protection towards early osteoarthritis”
Sebastian Farr, Austria: “Shoulder dysplasia in longitudinal deficiencies of the upper extremity” 
Marco Turati, Italy: “EPOS Discoid Meniscus (DiMe) Project: a Prospective Multicentric Cohort Protocol” 

€ 2,000.00 Grantees 

Christian Wong, Denmark: “Assessment of Guided Growth after Corrective Hip Surgery in Children with Cerebral Palsy by Conventional Xrays - A national multicentre study
Jan Duedal Rölfing, Denmark: “Can donor site morbidity in children be eradicated? Is donor bone graft equally efficient as patient bone graft in flat foot surgery in children?”
Alejandro Peiró and Laura Corominas, Spain: “Extension of a feasibility study to compare full-time and night-time brace treatment in AIS patients” 
César García Fontecha, Spain: “Exploring the relationship between Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)” 
Jaap J. Tolk, The Netherlands: “When to discard Pavlik treatment for dislocated hips? Assessment of hip reduction and improvement of femoral head position in Pavlik treatment for DDH patients using trans-inguinal ultrasound
Christoph Radler and Yael Gelfer, Austria: “The correlation between clinical outcomes and quality-of life with clubfoot treatment and treatment of clubfoot recurrence in school age children. A multi-centre study”
Marianne Koolen, Fien de Nies and Melinda Witbreuk, The Netherlands: “Clubfoot-Calf study: 3D ultrasound of the calf in children with clubfeet”