The Glorney-Raisbeck Award is presented annually to a clinician or basic scientist in recognition of outstanding contributions to the understanding and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The first Glorney-Raisbeck Award was presented posthumously in 1988 to Milton J. Raisbeck, MD, an exceptional cardiologist involved in the advancement of medical education and research. Since then this level of achievement has been reflected in an outstanding series of Glorney-Raisbeck awardees.

2016 Glorney-Raisbeck Lecture and Award

Andrew R. Marks, MD
Wu Professor and Chair, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics; Founding Director, Helen and Clyde Wu Center for Molecular Cardiology, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
"Wrestling With the Mysteries and Miseries of Heart Failure and Cardiac Arrhythmias"
Tuesday, March 8, 2016, 6:00PM-7:45PM
Details and Registration

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Glorney-Raisbeck Lecture and Award
Office of Trustee and Fellowship Affairs
The New York Academy of Medicine
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New York, New York 10029-5202
Tel: 212-419-3544
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E-mail: glorney-raisbeck@nyam.org


Previous Recipients
2010

Bertram Pitt, MD

University of Michigan School of Medicine

The Role of Aldosterone Blockade in Cardiovascular Disease

2009

Christine Seidman, MD

Brigham Women’s Hospital

The Impact of Genetics on Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

2008

Arthur J. Moss, MD

University of Rochester Medical Center

Long QT Syndrome: A Paradigm for Understanding the Genetics of Cardiac Arrhythmias

2007

Helen H. Hobbs, MD

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Going to Extremes to Find Genes for Cardiovascular Disease

2006

Michael A. Gimbrone, Jr., MD 

Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Vascular Endothelium: Nature's Container for Blood - New Insights into its Pathobiology

2005

Michael E. DeBakey, MD 

Baylor College of Medicine 

The Development of Cardiovascular Surgery: An Overview

2004

Michael S. Brown, MD and Joseph L. Goldstein, MD

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

The Metabolic Syndrome: A Vicious Cycle

2003

Roman DeSanctis, MD

Harvard Medical School

Then, Now, and Beyond: The Amazing Advancements in Cardiology Over the Last Fifty Years 

2002

Ketty Schwartz, PhD

French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and Ministry of Research and New Technologies The Cardiac Myocyte: From Gene Defects to Cellular Therapy

2001

Aldo R. Castaneda, MD, PhD

Childrens’s Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School

Congenital Heart Disease: Lessons from a Historical Prespective

2000

Victor A. McKusick, MD

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Cardiovascular Medicine in the Post Genomic Era

1999

Eugene Braunwald, MD

Partners HealthCare System, Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospitals

Congestive Heart Failure: 1950 ? 2000

1998

Aaron Marcus, MD

New York Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Thromboregulation ? A Novel Approach to Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

1997

Robert J. Lefkowitz, MD

Duke University Medical Center

Genetic Manipulation of Myocardial Beta-adrenergic Receptors and Receptor Kinases: New Approaches to Improving Cardiac Performance

1996

Jan L. Breslow, MD

Rockefeller University

1995

Russell Ross, PhD

University of Washington School of Medicine

Cellular and Molecular Events in Atherogenesis: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications

1994

Richard Gorlin, MD

Mount Sinai Medical Center

Hydraulics as the Key to Understanding Valvular Heart Disease

1993

Judah Folkman, MD

Children’s Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School

1992

John Kirklin, MD

University of Alabama

1991

William Ganz, MD

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and UCLA School of Medicine

1990

Anthony Damato, MD

Staten Island Public Health Service Hospital

1988

Milton Raisbeck, MD

Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospitals Posthumous recipient of the first Glorney-Raisbeck Award