“To communicate excellence and innovation in the multidisciplinary management of bone and joint infection”
The OBIC conference has established the Cierny-Mader Lecture, named in honour of an Orthopaedic Surgeon, George Cierny, and an Infectious Diseases physician, Jon Mader, who together pioneered a multi-disciplinary model for treating bone and joint infection. The lecture takes place at each OBIC meeting and the lectureship is awarded to a prominent practitioner who, in the opinion of the organising committee, is able to communicate excellence and innovation in the management of bone and joint infection, as was exemplified by Cierny and Mader.
OBIC 2020 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
The 6th Cierny-Mader lecture was awarded to Professor Andrej Trampuz, Berlin. This invited lecture will be postponed until the next fact-to-face meeting.
OBIC 2019 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
The 5th Cierny-Mader lecture, entitled ‘Outcomes of the 2018 International Consensus Meeting on Musculoskeletal Infections’, will be delivered by Professor Thorsten Gehrke, Director of the Helios ENDO-Klinik, Hamburg.
OBIC 2018 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
The 4th Cierny-Mader lecture will be delivered by Professor Eric Senneville, Department of Infectious Diseases, Dron Hospital, Tourcoing, France
OBIC 2016 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
As OBIC 2016 was a one day instructional meeting preceding EBJIS, there was no Cierny-Mader Lecture.
OBIC 2015 – Cierny-Mader Lecture (Sponsored by British Infection Association)
The 3rd Cierny-Mader lecture was delivered by Professor Werner Zimmerli, Department of Infectious Diseases, Basel University Medical Clinic, Liestal, Switzerland
OBIC 2014 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
The 2nd Cierny-Mader lecture was delivered by Professor Jason Calhoun from West Michigan, USA. Professor Jason Calhoun’s research has focused on new approaches to manage osteomyelitis, including the testing of novel antibiotics, strategies to destroy or prevent biofilms, and surgical techniques.
OBIC 2013 – Cierny-Mader Lecture
The inaugural Cierny-Mader lecturer was given by Professor Doug Osmon, who leads the musculoskeletal infection service at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.