Edward Blaine Duncan Neuhauser, born in 1908, completed his first post-internship training in orthopedics. However, orthopedic routines quickly led to disenchantment; the crowning blow was a family of five children, all of whom needed to have their slightly flat feet checked and their corrective shoes (16 boxes of them, brought in by the chauffeur) re-prescribed. Deeply discouraged and never bound by orthodoxy, Dr. Neuhauser considered a variety of career alternatives, including that of being a professional tugboat captain. Calmer counsel prevailed, however, and he entered radiology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1941, he was appointed roentgenologist at Children's Hospital in Boston and started up the academic ladder at Harvard. Dr. Neuhauser established the world's first regular pediatric radiology fellowship in 1949. He was a spectacularly stimulating teacher, and a brilliant, intuitive radiologist, a connoisseur of syndromes, a devotee of esoteric information, and a superb publicist for pediatric radiology.
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: “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/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: "Pathobiology and Management of NF1 in the ‘Genomic Era’"
2006 Richard M.J. Bohmer, MD, MPH: "Evolution, Innovation and the Changing Nature of Healthcare Delivery"
2007 Nogah Haramati, MD: "21st Century Radiology: Growth and Development of Our Workflows and Processes"
2008 Emanuel Kanal, MD, FACR, FISMRM, AANG: "MR Technology: Where Are We, Where Are We Going?"
2009 Roberta G. Williams, MD: "Cardiology and Radiology: Partners in Producing Healthy Adults with Congenital Heart Disease"
2010 Regina E. Herzlinger, PhD, Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration, Chair, Harvard Business School: "The Economic Basis of Change in Health Care"
2011 Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, MD, PhD
2012 William R. Hendee, PhD: "Present and Future Patient Benefits of
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