Introduction of the 21st Daniel C. Baker, Jr, Lecturer: Paul H. Ward, MD
...Paul Ward graduated from Emerson University in Indiana.He received his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins College of Medicine and served his internship at Henry Ford Hospital.His
residency was completed at the University of Chicago
.Paul began his academic career at the University of Chicago but then quickly moved on to chair the department at Vanderbilt University from 1964 to 1968.He then became Chairman at UCLA and served in that position for 24 years.Paul
has published in excess of 340 peer-reviewed publications, produced 38 movies, and edited or authored 9 textbooks.He
is the recipient of many national awards, but has been especially recognized previously by the ALA. In 1992, he
was the recipient of the Newcomb Award and, in 1994, received the De Roaldes Award, as well as being the Association's Guest of Honor
.He currently serves as our President-Elect.
This man has been a role model to many in this audience, including myself.Our specialty and our patients have benefited immensely from his
boundless energy in research, education, and patient care.It is a pleasure and honor for me to introduce Paul Ward, Professor and Chief Emeritus of the Division of Head and Neck Surgery at UCLA, who will deliver the 21st Daniel C. Baker Lectureship, entitled "The Shifting Sands of Medical Ethics."