Prizes and Awards

Prizes and Awards

Smith and Nephew Travel Fellowship Award (Runner up)

27th BOA Instructional Course, 9-11 Jan 1998, York, UK
Paper:
‘Lumbar disc High-Intensity zones: The value and significance of provocative discography in the determination of the discogenic pain source’

New Investigator Research Award

3rd World Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies of USA, Japan, Canada and Europe, 28-30 Sept 1998, Hamamatsu, Japan
Paper: ‘Abnormal signal transduction in degenerative disc disease: The role of tyrosine phosphorylated Annexin I & II proteins’

Spine Society of Europe: (Runner up 1998)

Paper: ‘Abnormal signal transduction in degenerative disc disease: The role of tyrosine phosphorylated Annexin I & II proteins’

Mansfield Medical Society ''Doctor of the Year Award'' (Runner up)

12th January 2000
Paper:
‘Abnormal signal transduction in degenerative disc disease: The role of tyrosine phosphorylated Annexin I & II proteins

East Midlands Research Prize

East Midlands Research Society, 17 Nov 2000, Leicester
Paper: ‘Proteome alterations in degenerative disc disease: the significance of reduced lysozyme-C-like levels’

2001 Jackson and Waugh Research Prize (Nottingham)

22nd June 2001
Best Published Paper:
‘Lumbar disc High-Intensity zones: The value and significance of provocative discography in the determination of the discogenic pain source.’ Eur Spine J, 2000;9(1):36-41

Malkin Memorial Prize (Nottingham)

27th June 2003
Paper:
‘Do vertebral end plate changes correlate with discogenic low back pain? – A single blinded prospective study’ (Y L Leung, K S Lam, J K Webb)

Best poster finalist, 5th Eurospine, Prague, Czech Republic

1-4 October 2003
Paper:
C7 pedicle subtraction osteotomy and decancellisation followed by cevico-thoracic segmental fixation in ankylosing spondylitis (DP Tokala, KS Lam, BJ Freeman, JK Webb)

Best paper Britspine 2006, Cardiff, UK

October 26-28th 2006
Paper:
The effect of spinal surgery on function in children with neuromotor disorders and scoliosis: Prospective study using standardised measures. (NJ Courtier, JK O’Dowd, EA Will, JD Lucas, K Lam, E Wraige)

Best Paper at SMISS 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada

November 1-3, 2013
MASTERS-D: Final Results of a Prospective Multi-Center Observational Data-Monitored Study of Minimally Invasive Fusion to Treat Degenerative Lumbar Disorders
W Senker, D Buzek, A Kosmala, U Hubbe, N Manson, WW Rosenberg, R Assietti, F Martens, P Pereira, K Lam, G Barbanti, P Durny, Z Lidar, K-M Scheufler, W Richter, P Sloniewski, S Fuster, V Vougioukas, ML Schroder, J Franke