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Ashton-Miller receives Kappa Delta Award



James Ashton-Miller, the Albert Schultz Collegiate Research Professor and Distinguished Research Scientist of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, is the recipient of the 2016 Kappa Delta Award for his body of work in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury. This a one of the most prestigious recognitions in academic orthopedic research. Ashton-Miller will present his work and receive this award in Orlando at the 2016 ORS/AAOS Combined Sessions.

Ashton-Miller is also a Research Professor for Internal Medicine and the Institute of Gerontology. He is the Director of the Biomechanics Resesearch Laboratory and the Associate Director of the Bone and Joint Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Center.

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