Growth plate studies earn Kappa Delta Award

By Maureen Leahy

Multidimensional analysis provides insight into bone elongation

What began as a study of osteochondrosis 30 years ago has resulted in the awarding of the 2010 Kappa Delta Elizabeth Winston Lanier Award to Cornelia E. Farnum, DVM, PhD, and Norman J. Wilsman, DVM, PhD. They summarized their decades of research in their award-winning paper “Analyzing the Growth Plate in Four Dimensions: A Thirty-year Perspective on Growth Plate Dynamics.”

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