Henry Mankin, MD, an honorary staff member of the MGH Department of Orthopædics, the Edith M. Ashley Professor Emeritus at Harvard Medical School and a professor at the MGH Institute for Health Professions, has been selected the recipient of the 2010 Orthopædic Research Society/Orthopædic Research and Education Foundation (ORS/OREF) Distinguished Investigator Award.

Henry Mankin, MD, recognized

08/Jan/2010

MANKIN

Henry Mankin, MD, an honorary staff member of the MGH Department of Orthopædics, the Edith M. Ashley Professor Emeritus at Harvard Medical School and a professor at the MGH Institute for Health Professions, has been selected the recipient of the 2010 Orthopædic Research Society/Orthopædic Research and Education Foundation (ORS/OREF) Distinguished Investigator Award. Mankin served as chief of the MGH Department of Orthopædics from 1972 to 1996 and chief of the MGH Orthopædic Oncology Service from 1972 to 2000.

The ORS/OREF honor is given to an individual who has made significant, lasting contributions to the field of orthopædic research over the course of his or her career and has set an example through mentorship and service to the professional community. Mankin will be recognized at the organization's annual meeting on March 8.