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Butterfield and Cone History Lectures

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A wide variety of other awards is given by the Section on Perinatal Pediatrics throughout the year.

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Butterfield History Lectures

Cone History Lectures


2013 Waldemar A. Carlo, MD, FAAP
How to Save One Million Perinatal Lives Per
Year Helping Babies Breathe and ENC Training Program

2013 M. Jeffrey Maisels, MB, BCH, DSc
Sister Jean Ward, Phototherapy and Jaundice - A Unique Human and Photochemical Relationship
2012 Alan H. Jobe, MD, PhD
Why Research Matters, or Conundrums in Neonatal Research The Past and Future
2012 Michael Green, MD
Two Hundred Years of Obstetrical Practice
2011 William J Keenan, MD
Global Neonatology and You
2011 Eduardo Bancalari, MD
The Evolution of BPD and Mechanical Ventilation
2010 Roger F. Soll, MD, FAAP
Neonatology A Team Sport
2010 Jacqueline Noonan, MD, FAAP
The History of Neonatal-Pediatric Cardiology
2009 John Kattwinkel, MD, FAAP
Building on the Efforts of Others A Critical Element of Leadership
2009 Robert Bartlett, MD
ECMO 50 Years in the History of Life Support Research
2008 M. Jeffrey Maisels, MB, BCh, FAAP
Neonatology in the Newborn Nursery What does the Future Hold?
Learn more about Dr. Maisels
2009 Robert Bartlett, MD
Antenatal Pediatrics The Gravid Uterus and its Contents, Fifteeth to Nineteenth Centuries
2007 Stanley N. Graven, MD, FAAP
The Continuous Evolution of the NICU Environment Adapting to and Managing Change"
Learn more about Dr. Graven
2007 Tonse Raju, MD, FAAP
William Little, Perinatal Asphyxia and the Etiology of Cerebral Palsy 160 Years of Misunderstanding
2006 Michael F. Epstein, MD, FAAP
Leadership – From the Delivery Room to the Board Room"
2006 Alistair G S Philip, MD, FAAP
Neonatal Bacterial Sepsis Through the Ages
2005 Mildred T Stallman, MD, FAAP
How Does Neonatology Fit Into Maternal and Child Health?
2005Robert Resnik, MD, FACOG
An Historical Perspective on the Prevention of Prematurity
2004 James A Stockman, III, MD, FAAP
The American Board as a Catalyst for Change
2004 Harvey L Levy, MD, FAAP
Pediatrics and Public Health The Story of Newborn Screening
2003 Jon Tyson, MD, FAAP
Successful Perinatal Strategies
2003 Abraham Rudolph, MD, FAAP
Congenital Heart Disease
2002 Richard L Bucciarelli, MD, FAAP
Universal Healthcare Funding for Children Medikids What Would Joe Think?
2002 Larry Gartner, MD, FAAP
Tetanus of the Newborn What the Chinese Knew 2,000 Years Ago
2001 Michael Cushman
New Government and the New Millennium
2001 William Silverman, MD, FAAP
From Oxygen to Retrolental Fibroplasia (RLF) to the Present Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
2000 Elizabeth J Noyes (Jackie)
Legislative Environment
2000 Paul Toubas, MD
Dr. Pierre Budin
  1999 Jeffery Baker, MD FAAP
The Incubator The Icon of the NICU
1998 Philip Sunshine, MD FAAP
Pediatric Surgery from a Neonatolgist's Perspective
1997 Peter M Dunn, MD FAAP
Neonatology in the UK From V. Mary Crosse Forward
1996 Maria McCormick, MD, MPH, FAAP
The Transition of Regional Perinatal Care in a Changing Economic Landscape
1996 Sprague Gardiner, MD A Pioneer in the Regionalization of Perinatal Care
1995 Lawrence Longo, MD
Proto-Neonatology The Children's Bureau and Ethyl Dunham
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