Past J. Eugene Robinson Award Recipients

2015 - Twenty-Sixth
Elizabeth A. Repasky, PhD
Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Department of Immunology, Buffalo, NY
J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:


2014 - Twenty-Fifth
Rolf Issels, MD, PhD
Munich, Germany
J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:
"Regional hyperthermia combined with chemotherapy-from the bench to bedside"

2013 - Twenty-Fourth
Eduardo G. Moros, PhD
Tampa, FL
Discipline: Engineering / Physical Sciences
J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:
"Scanned Focused Ultrasound Hyperthermia-There and Back Again"

2012 - Twenty-Third 

Dr. John R. Subjeck, PhD

Buffalo, NY

Discipline: Biological / Chemical Sciences

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“The High Molecular Weight Stress Proteins, Identification,
Cloning, and Utilization in 
Cancer Therapy”


2010 - Twenty-Second 

Dr. Robert J. Myerson, MD, PhD

St. Louis, MO

Discipline: Clinical / Medical Sciences

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

"Getting the Biology and Physics to Work for Us"  
                                           

2010 - Twenty-First

Dr. Chris J. Diederich, PhD

San Francisco, CA

Discipline: Engineering and Physics

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Two steps forward, one step aside: Current standing of thermal therapy technology and its practical implementation”


2009 - Twentieth

Dr. Stuart Calderwood, PhD

Boston, MA

Discipline: Thermal Biology and Immunology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

"Hyperthermia, Cancer Treatment and Immunology- its getting better all the time"

2008 – Nineteenth           

Joan M.C. Bull, MD

Houston, TX

Discipline: Hyperthermic Oncology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

"Whole Body Thermal Therapy and Chemotherapy: Lessons Learned and Future Directions"

 

2007 – Eighteenth                                  

Paul Stauffer

Durham, NC

Discipline: Physics

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Barriers and Breakthroughs in the Evolution of Thermal Therapy"

2006 – Seventeenth                                 

Joseph L. Roti Roti

St. Louis, MO

Discipline: Biology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

"Heat-Induced Alterations of Nuclear Protein Associations and

Their Effects on DNA Repair and Replication"

2005 – Sixteenth                        

Leonard R. Prosnitz

Durham, NC

Discipline: Medicine

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Clinical Hyperthermia is Alive and Well”

2004 – Fifteenth                        

Kullervo Hynynen

Boston, MA

Discipline: Physics

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Noninvasive Thermometry Combined with Noninvasive Energy Delivery:

Is Controlled Thermal Dose Delivery Finally a Clinical Reality”

2002 – Fourteenth                                 

Dennis B. Leeper

Philadelphia, PA

Discipline: Biology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Acidification-induced Sensitization to Thermoradiotherapy”

2001 – Thirteenth                                  

Jacoba van der Zee

The Netherlands

Discipline: Medicine

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Controversies and commitment”

2000 – Twelfth                                      

Chang W. Song

Minneapolis, MN

Discipline: At Large

(changed to At-large from Biology, per Awards Committee (12/00)

Program Held by ICHO

1999 – Eleventh                                     

Thaddeus V. Samulski

Durham, NC

Discipline: Physics

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Past Progress and Future Possibilities for Thermal Therapy”

1998 – Tenth                                          

Daniel S. Kapp

Stanford, CA

Discipline: Medicine

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Clinical Hyperthermia in an environment of managed care:

Efficacy, Toxicity, and Cost-effectiveness”

1997 – Ninth                                          

Peter M. Corry

Royal Oak, MI

Discipline: At Large

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Where To From Here?”

1996 – Eighth                                        

Gloria C. Li

New York, NY

Discipline: Biology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Mechanism of Thermotolerance: A Tale of Two Proteins”

1995 – Seventh                                      

Robert B. Roemer

Salt Lake City, UT

Discipline: Engineering

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

 “When You’re Hot Your Hot; When You’re Not You’re Not- Jerry Lee Lewis’

Succinct Prediction of the Ups and Downs of Clinical Hyperthermia”

 
1994 – Sixth                                                           

James R. Oleson

Tucson, AZ

Discipline: Medicine

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Hyperthermia: From the Clinic to the Laboratory”

1993 – Fifth                                                      

William C. Dewey

San Francisco, CA

Discipline: Biology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Arrhenius Relationships from the Cell to the Clinic”

1992 – Fourth                                                     

Mark W. Dewhirst

Durham, NC

Discipline: At-Large

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Hyperthermia: From ‘Shotgun’ to Legitimate Therapy.”

1991 – Third                                                      

J. W. Strohbehn

Durham, NC

Discipline: Engineering

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“An Engineer Looks at Hyperthermia”

1990 – Second                                                   

Jens Overgaard

Aarhus, Denmark

Discipline: Medicine

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“Washington, D.C. – 15 Years Later Past Problems – Future Promises”

1989 – First                                                       

George M. Hahn

Stanford, CA

Discipline: Biology

J. Eugene Robinson Lecture:

“RIF-TR Cell Lines for the Study of Heat Resistance and Stress Tolerance”



 

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