|2013||W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr., M.D., FACS, FRCS|
"Less Invasive Heart Surgery: Will it fail or prevail?"
|2012||Frank Sellke, M.D.|
"November 2012 Advancement of Medical Knowledge: Lessons
Learned from the Past"
|2011||Hartzell V. Schaff, M.D., FAHA |
"Understanding Ventricular Remodeling after Correction of Mitral Regurgitation: Thinking Volumetrically"
|2010||Joseph Gerald Reves, M.D. |
"The Creation of Cardiac Anesthesiology"
|2009||Thomas L. Spray, M.D., FAHA |
"Aortic Valve Surgery in Children: The Role of the Ross Procedure Today"
|2008||Tirone David, M.D. |
"Aortic Valve Sparing: Matching the Procedure to the Aortic Root Pathology"
|2007||Eric Rose, M.D., FAHA |
"Fulfilling the Promise of Long-term Mechanical Circulatory Support"
|2006||Richard Weisel, M.D., FAHA |
"Rebuilding the Heart: New Horizons for Cardiac Surgeons"
|2005||Sidney Levitsky, M.D., FAHA |
"Protecting the Myocardial Cell During Coronary Revascularization"
|2004||Timothy Gardner, M.D. |
"Heart Surgery and the Brain: The Real Facts"
|2003||L. Henry Edmunds |
"Making Peace with Cardiopulmonary Bypass"
|2002||D. Craig Miller |
"Ode to the Mitral Valve"
|2001||Sir Magdi Yacoub |
"Heart Failure, the Last Surgical Frontier"
|2000||Vincent Gott |
"Marfan Cardiovascular Disease: Current Status of Medical, Surgical and Genetic Management"
|1999||Gordon Danielson |
"Ebstein's Anomaly: Historical Aspects and Current Management"
|1998||Denton A. Cooley |
The Evolving Treatment of Heart Disease
|1997||Andrew S. Wechler |
"Endogenous Myocardial Protection
|1996||C. Walton Lillehi |
"The Birth of Open Heart Surgery"
|1995||Jaroslav F. Stark |
"How to Choose a Cardiac Surgeon"
|1994||William I. Norwood, Jr. |
"Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome: Evolving Therapy"
|1993||Norman Shumway |
"The Future of Organ Transplantation"
|1992||David C. Sabiston |
"The Diagnosis and Management of Congenital Lesions of the
|1991||Aldo Castaneda |
"From Glenn to Fortan: A Continuing Evolution"
|1990||John W. Kirklin |
"Transposition: A Multi-Institutional Study"
|1989||George A. Trusler |
"The Cavopulmonary shunt-Evolution of a Concept"
William W.L Glenn Lecture
The William W. L. Glenn lecture was established in 1989 in honor of Dr. William W. L. Glenn, a pioneer cardiac surgeon who made important contributions to the treatment of congenital and acquired heart disease. Dr. Glenn was active in AHA programs from 1957, and was the spearheading force in the activities of the Council on Cardiovascular Surgery (now the Council on Cardiovascular Surgery and Anesthesia). He was the first surgeon to hold the position of President of the American Heart Association (1970-1971).