Lecture Series Information

Lecture Series

Crampton Lecture Series

The Richard Savington Crampton Visiting Lectureship in Cardiovascular Medicine

Richard Savington Crampton, FACC, FAHA, FACP, born in Norwalk, Connecticut, on September 29, 1931, attended Princeton and received his medical degree from the University of Virginia in 1956. After training at St. Luke’s, New York, and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, he worked at the Philadelphia Naval Hospital; St. Luke’s Hospital Center, New York; and Columbia University. In 1969, he joined the faculty at the University of Virginia and became Professor of Medicine in 1975 and Faculty Fellow at Brown College at Monroe Hill in 1986.

At UVa, he directed the prehospital and hospital Coronary Care System, Heart Station, and Stress Lab. He served on the Emergency Medical Services Committee of the National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council. He cofounded the international long QT registry. He served on the Ethics Consultation Service from 1987 to 1990. He was appointed Professor Emeritus and Clinical Professor in 2000. He considers his greatest honor the J.E. Wood Teaching Award from the Fellows of the Cardiovascular Division at UVa.

PREVIOUS CRAMPTON LECTURERS

2011
2010 Pamela S. Douglas
2009 Geoffrey S. Ginsburg
2008 Joseph Hill
2007 Robert Roberts
2006 Eduardo Marban
2005 Elizabeth Nabel
2004 David J. Cohen
2003 Michael S. Parmacek
2002 W. Douglas Weaver
2001 Barry J. Maron
2000 Peter J. Schwartz


Grollman Lecture Series

The Marjorie and Jaye Grollman Visiting Lectureship in Cardiology

Dr. Jaye Grollman (1909-1986) received his M.D. degree from the University of Maryland and training in obstetrics and gynecology at Baltimore City Hospital and the University of Nebraska, respectively. He then undertook basic endocrinology research in collaboration with his brother, Dr. Arthur Grollman, at Johns Hopkins. He subsequently started a private practice in OB-GYN in Washington, D.C., where he was on the staff of the Washington Hospital Center. Forty-five years later, he retired to a second career in farming in Gordonsville, Va.

Marjorie Grollman received her B.S. degree from the University of Maryland in 1941. She then underwent dietetic training at the University of Maryland, after which she served as a nutritionist at the Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore.

PREVIOUS GROLLMAN LECTURERS

2011 Michael Simons
2010 David J. Callans
2009 John Cooke
2008 Rick Nishimura
2007 Mark E. Josephson
2006 Robert Bonow
2005 R.M. Califf
2004 K.A. Eagle
2003 W.M. Jackman
2002 E.G. Nabel
2001 D.E. Vaughan
2000 E. Braunwald
1999 P.K. Shah
1998 L.W. Stevenson
1997 L. Goldman
1996 V.J. Dzau
1995 E.J. Topol
1994 D.P. Zipes
1993 F.M. Abboud
1992 V.V. Fuster
1991 W. Grossman
1990 A.M. Gotto, Jr.
1989 B.E. Sobel
1988 R.A. O’Rourke
1987 J.T. Willerson
1986 W.W. Parmley
1985 L.A. Cobb, Jr.
1984 J. Ross, Jr.