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Visiting Lecture Professorships

The Alfred Blalock Lecture

2011 — Dr. Edward L. Bove
Innovation and Regulation – Can They Both Exist in Today’s Medical Environment?

2010 — Dr. Craig R. Smith
Transcatheter Valve Implantation

2009 — Dr. Randolph Chitwood, Jr.
Innovation in Surgery: Johns Hopkins, Duke and ECU

2008 — Dr. D. Craig Miller
Valve-sparing Aortic Root Replacement – Where Are We Heading and What about BAV and the Arch?

2007 — Dr. Frederick A. Crawford
Does Cardiac Surgery Have A Future?

2006 — Dr. Irving Kron
Surgery for Heart Failure

2005 — Dr. Robert A. Guyton
Evidence-based Surgery: The Case for Coronary Artery Bypass

2004 — Dr. Bruce A. Reitz
Continuing Progress in Heart and Lung Transplantation

2003 — Dr. Timothy J. Gardner
The Evolution of Cardiac Surgery: What Would Dr. Blalock Do?

2002 — Dr. Donald B. Doty
Explorers, Pioneers, and the American Dream

2001 — Dr. Randall B. Griepp
Surgery of the Aortic Arch

2000 — Dr. Gordon F. Murray
OPCAB “The Beat Goes On”

1999 — Dr. Alden H. Harken
Anyone Can Treat Cardiac Arrhythmias

1998 — Dr. Mark B. Orringer
Evolution, Refinements and Experience with Transhiatal Esophagectomy

1997 — Dr. Ronald C. Elkins
Congenital Aortic Valve Disease-Evolution of Surgical Management

1996 — Dr. James L. Gox
Surgery for Atrial Fibrillation

1995 — Dr. Frank C. Spencer
Experiences in 600 Patients with Reconstruction of the Mitral Valve for Mitral Insufficiency

1988 — Dr. Aldo R. Castaneda
Early Surgical Correction of Congenital, Heart Defects a Therapeutic Leitmotif

1987 — Dr. Denton A. Colley
Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms: From Hopkins to Houston

1986 — Dr. John W. Kirklin
The Movement of Cardiac Surgery Towards the Very Young

1985 — Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr.
The Diagnosis and Surgical Management of Chronic Pulmonary Embolism

1984 — Dr. Dwight C. McGoon
The Dimensions of Cardiac Surgery

1983 — Dr. Norman E. Shumway
Heart and Lung Transplantation

1982 — Dr. Mark M Ravitch
Progress in the Resection of Chest Wall Tumors and Some Reminiscences of Dr. Blalock


Evelyn Grollman-Glick Lectureship in Thoracic Surgery Lectures

2011 — Dr. Richard Feins
Delibrate Practice to Surgical Practice – The Training of the Elite Surgeon

2010 — Dr. Mark Orringer
Transhiatal esophagectomy---the Hopkins connection

2009 — Dr. Harold Urschel
Capricious Vagaries of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

2008 — Dr. Alex Patterson
Current Strategies in Lung Transplantation

2007 — Dr. Harvey Pass
Mesothelioma: New Ideas to Combat a Controversial Killer

2006 — Dr. Valerie Rusch
Evolving Management of Early Stage Lung Cancers in the Era of Molecular Medicine

2005 — Dr. Joe B. Putnam
An Academic Model for the 21st Century

2004 — Dr. Jack Roth
Targeting Thoracic Cancers

 

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