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Living Named Lectureship 

Harold S. Nelson Lecture

The fifth in a series of Living Named Lectureships sponsored by the College.  Dr. Harold Nelson was selected as the honoree for two years as he is an icon in the field of allergy and immunology. He has served the College and the specialty superbly over his many years of service. Dr. Nelson continues to lend his guidance to his colleagues and consistently leads his peers in many areas of the specialty. He has influenced the careers of many practicing allergists and continues to be involved in promoting the specialty.

2009

Richard D. deShazo, MD

Autoimmune Disorders in Allergy Practice

 

 

 

2008

Stephen A. Tilles, MD

Exercise Induced Respiratory Symptoms: An Epidemic among Adolescents and Young Adults

Edward J. O’Connell Lecture

The fourth in a series of Living Named Lectureships sponsored by the College. Dr. Edward O’Connell was selected as the honoree for two years as he is a contemporary leader in the field of allergy and immunology. He has served the College and the specialty superbly over his many years of service. Dr. O’Connell recently completed his tenure as the Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and has served in the College leadership, most notably as President. He has influenced the careers of many practicing allergists and continues to be involved in promoting the specialty.

 

2003

Gailen D. Marshall, MD

Psychoneuroimmunology: Physiological Basis for Behavior-Associated Immune Changes

 

 

 

2002

Emil J. Bardana, Jr., MD

Health Effects of Mold Exposure and How to Evaluate Patients Who Think They Have It

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Betty B. Wray Lecture
 
The third in a series of Living Named Lectureships sponsored by the College. Dr. Betty Wray was selected as the honoree for the next two years as she is a contemporary leader in the field of allergy-immunology. It was Dr. Wray’s foresight to set aside College assets for the Graduate Education Fund. This fund is designated to assist struggling Fellowship Programs, and to specifically provide awards to qualifying fellows in support of their training. Dr. Wray recognized that such a fund could make a difference illustrating that protection and preservation of our specialty was in our power. Betty Wray’s vision continues to empower us as the College does this work today. Her many years of service to the College, her leadership and vision as an officer and President have provided the College with straightforward direction to fulfill its mission and goals.

2005 Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles, MD Common Variable Immunodeficiency: The Next 1000 Days
2004 Larry Borish, MD T Regulatory Cells and Cytokines: Role in Response to Immunotherapy
 
 
 
 
 
Jean A. Chapman Lecture
 
This lecture is the second in a series of Living Named Lectureships sponsored by the College.  Dr. Jean Chapman was selected as the honoree for these two years as he was a contemporary pioneer and leader in the field of allergy-immunology. Dr. Chapman demonstrated a continuing determined focus on progress and an active personal commitment to the specialty and to specialty recognition. His sole agenda, while serving as a leader of the College, was to promote the advancement of allergy and immunology as a science and as a profession. His contributions are extraordinary and noteworthy.

 

2003

Gailen D. Marshall, MD

Psychoneuroimmunology: Physiological Basis for Behavior-Associated Immune Changes

 

 

 

2002

Emil J. Bardana, Jr., MD

Health Effects of Mold Exposure and How to Evaluate Patients Who Think They Have It

John C. Selner Lecture

This lecture is the first in a series of Living Named Lectureships sponsored by the College.  Dr. John Selner was selected as the initial honoree as he is a recognized educator, a strong leader, and an extraordinary clinician.  (He is of the highest quality of character and a distinguished model for the allergy community.  Dr. Selner is also a recognized pioneer in environmental and occupational medicine extending his practice to the unusual and to the poorly understood arenas of practice.)

2001

 William K. Dolen, MD

Immunotherapy: Testing Methods

 

 

 

2000

Mark Ballow, MD

The ABCs of Leukocyte Trafficking and Defects Leading to Recurrent Infection

 
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