Donald V. Eitzman Lectureship

Dr. Donald Eitzman is a founding member of the College of Medicine and of the Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Eitzman continues to be a valued contributor to the educational mission of the Department and the Division of Neonatology celebrates the accomplishments and dedication of Donald V. Eitzman, MD, through an annual sponsored visiting professorship.

Dr. Eitzman and MaryLou

Previous Guest Speakers

Year Speaker Topic
2024 Roger Soll, MD Are Results of Randomized Trials Widely Applicable
2023 Satyan Lakshminrusimha, MD, MBBS Why do Pediatricians Love Oxygen?
2022 Dewayne Pursley, MD Incorporating Health Equity and Anti-Racism into NICU Care Improvement
2021 Annie Janvier, MD, PhD The Changing Medical Landscape of Trisomy 13 and 18: Improving Decision Making
2020 Patrick McNamara, M.D. Evolution of Neonatologist Performed Advanced Echocardiography in the NICU: The Hemodynamic Consultation and the Sick Newborn
2019 Judy Aschner, M.D. Seeking New Therapies for Neonatal Lung Disease
2018 Robert Christensen, M.D. Diagnosing the Common and Rare Anemias of Neonates
2017 John Zupancic, M.D. Scurvy, Kevin Bacon and the Library of Alexandria: Two Decades of RCTs in Neonatology
2016 Jeff Reese, M.D. Novel Mechanisms that Distinguish Aortic and Ductus Arteriosus Function During Development
2015 Mark del Monte, J.D. Public Policy Approaches to Improving Child Well-being