The Christian J. Lambertsen Honorary Lecture

Christian J. LambertsenThe Lambertsen Lecture recognizes the long and illustrious career of Christian J. Lambertsen, M.D. Dr. Lambertsen joined the faculty in the Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics in 1946 and became Professor of Pharmacology in 1953. In 1968, Dr. Lambertsen founded the Institute for Environmental Medicine and served as its Director until 1985. His research has focused on human atmospheric, undersea and aerospace environmental physiology and toxicology, and he is considered the "father of U.S. combat swimming". Dr. Lambertsen is the recipient of scores of prestigious awards and honors from the University, in addition to national, industrial and military organizations.

 

 

 

 

 


Previous Lecturers:

  • 2017 Robert J. Lefkowitz
  • 2016 Richard O. Hynes
  • 2015 Brian Kobilka
  • 2014 Hal C. Dietz
  • 2013 Rudolf Jaenisch
  • 2012 Guido Kroemer
  • 2011 Salvador Moncada
  • 2010 Richard P. Lifton
  • 2009 Sir Paul Nurse
  • 2008 Stephen O'Rahilly
  • 2007  Marc Feldmann
  • 2006  Bert W. O'Malley
  • 2005  Carlo Patrono
  • 2004  Jeffrey Friedman
  • 2003  Susan S. Taylor
  • 2002  Piero Anversa
  • 2001  Judah Folkman
  • 2000  Richard D. Palmiter
  • 1999  Eva J. Neer
  • 1998  Peter Goodfellow
  • 1997  Christopher J. Marshall
  • 1996  Tom Blundell
  • 1995  Jan Ake Gustafsson
  • 1994  Michel Hamon
  • 1993  Joel Bockaert
  • 1992  Josee E. Leysen
  • 1991  Phillippe Ascher
  • 1990  Salomon Z. Langer
  • 1988  Eric A. Barnard
  • 1987  Jacques Glowinski
  • 1986  Hans Thoenen