Edward B. D. Neuhauser Lectures

Edward B. D. Neuhauser Lecturer is the singular most prestigious lectureship for our specialty, and it has a long-storied history of renowned lecturers.

1971  John Caffey, MD, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: "The Radiologist and Unexplained Injury to Infants: Early History and Current Status"
1972 M. Judah Folkman, MD, Boston, Massachusetts: "Patterns of Discovery Fundamental to Radiology and Biology"
1973 Josef Warkany, MD, Cincinnati, Ohio: "Pediatric Radiology and Syndromology"
1974 Benjamin H. Landing, MD, Los Angeles, California: "Syndromes of Congenital Heart Disease with Tracheobronchial Anomalies"
1975 Frederic N. Silverman, MD, Cincinnati, Ohio: "Viral Diseases of Bone Do They Exist?"
1976 Lynne M. Reid, MD, Boston, Massachusetts: "The Lung Its Growth and Remodeling in Health and Disease"
1977 John F. Holt, MD, Ann Arbor, Michigan: "Neurofibromatosis in Children"
1978 Helen B. Taussig, MD, Baltimore, Maryland: "The Tetralogy of Fallot"
1979 Robert B. Salter, MD, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: "Legg Perthes Disease: The Scientific Basis for the Various Methods of Treatment and Their Indications"
1980 C. John Hodson, MD, New Haven, Connecticut: "Reflux Nephropathy and the Pediatric Radiologist"
1981 Stanley M. Garn, Ph.D., Ann Arbor, Michigan: "Contributions of the Radiographic Image to the Understanding of Human Growth"
1982 Duncan V. B. Neuhauser, Ph.D., Cleveland, Ohio: "Careful Thinking"
1983 J. Bruce Beckwith, MD, Seattle, Washington: "Renal Tumors of Children Pathologic Considerations Relevant to Diagnostic Imaging"
1984 J. Scott Dunbar, MD, Cincinnati, Ohio: "The Accessory Nasal Sinuses"
1985 John A. Kirkpatrick, Jr., MD, Boston, Massachusetts: "The Neuhauser Legacy"
1986 Kurt Hirschhorn, MD, New York, New York: "Recent Advances in Prenatal Diagnosis of Genetic and Congenital Disease"
1987 Andres Giedion, MD, Zurich, Switzerland: "Radiological Syntax of Genetic Bone Disease"
1988 Joseph J. Volpe, MD, St. Louis, Missouri: "Brain Injury in the Premature Infant"
1989 David H. Baker, MD, New York, New York: "Personal Reflections on Men and Machines from Red Goggles to Spin Wobbles"
1990 William H. Northway, Jr., MD, Stanford, California: "Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia and Research in Diagnostic Radiology"
1991 Derek C. Harwood Nash, MD, DSc, Toronto, Canada: "Pediatric Neuroimaging: The Evolution and Revolution of a Sub Specialty"
1992 Walter E. Berdon, MD, New York, New York: "Diseases of the Bone Marrow MRI Observations"
1993 Morrie E. Kricun, MD, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "Paleoradiology: A Look into the Past"
1994 Beverly Wood, MD, Los Angeles, California: "Acute Pulmonary Disease in the Compromised Child"
1995 Frances S. Collins, MD, PhD, Washington, DC: "The Human Genome Project and the Future of Medicine"
1996 M. Judah Folkman, MD, Boston, Massachusetts: “Clinical Applications of Angiogenesis Research”
1997 S. Steven Potter, PhD, Cincinnati, Ohio: “Homeobox Genes and Pattern Formation (Master Genes)”
1998 Roy A. Filly, MD, San Francisco, California: “Fetal Thoracic Surgery”
1999 Harold A Richman, PhD, Chicago, Illinois: “Child Abuse: “From a Radiologist’s Discovery to a Major Issue of Public Policy. What Have We Wrought?”
2000 William D. Lyman, PhD, Detroit, Michigan: “Prenatal Molecular Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy”
2001 Jerry R. Dwek, MD, Columbus, Ohio: “Médecins Sans Frontiéres/The Doctors Without Borders Experience – Afghanistan”
2002 Eric J. Hall, DSc, FACR, FRCR, New York, New York: “Lessons We Have Learned From Our Children: Cancer Risks From Diagnostic Radiology”
2003 Jeffrey A. Towbin, MD, Houston, Texas: “Molecular Cardiology: Laboratory to Bedside”
2004 Bruce R. Rosen, MD, PhD, Boston, Massachusetts: “New Advances in MRI: A Guide for the Practicing Pediatric Radiologist”
2005 Bruce R. Korf, MD, PhD, Birmingham, Alabama: “Pathobiology and Management of NF1 in the ‘Genomic Era’”
2006 Richard M.J. Bohmer, MD, MPH, Boston, Massachusetts: “Evolution, Innovation and the Changing Nature of Healthcare Delivery”
2007 Nogah Haramati, MD, Bronx, New York: “21st Century Radiology: Growth and Development of Our Workflows and Processes”
2008 Emanuel Kanal, MD, FACR, FISMRM, AANG, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: “MR Technology: Where Are We, Where Are We Going?
2009 Roberta G. Williams, MD, Los Angeles, California: “Cardiology and Radiology: Partners in Producing Healthy Adults with Congenital Heart Disease”
2010 Regina E. Herzlinger, PhD, Boston, Massachusetts: “The Economic Basis of Change in Healthcare”
2011 Sanjiv Gambhir, MD, PhD, Stanford, California: “Molecular Imaging”
2012 William R. Hendee, PhD, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: “Past and Future Patient Benefits of Radiologist/Physicist Collaboration”
2013 James R. Downing, MD, Memphis, Tennessee: “The Pediatric Cancer Genome Project – Implications for Clinical Medicine
2014 Robert Pearl, MD, Oakland, California: “The Future of American Medicine – The Impact of Health Care Reform”
2015 Robert J. Gillies, PhD, Tampa, Florida: “Radiomics and Radiogenomics”
2016 Scott E. Fraser, PhD, Los Angeles, California: "Multimodal Imaging of the Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Events Underlying Embryonic Development
2017 James H. Thrall, MD, FACR, Boston, Massachusetts: "Roles for Imaging in the Age of Precision Medicine"
2018 Paul K. Kleinman, MD, FAAP, Boston, Massachusetts: Curious Bones: "Sustaining Discovery in the Face of Doubt"
2019 Jitendra Malik, PhD, Berkeley, California: "Deep Visual Understanding from Deep Learning"
2022 Brenda Allen, PhD, Denver, Colorado: "DEI Matters in Pediatric Radiology"