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Anne Krush Lectureship

Named in honor of Anne Krush, a social worker instrumental in founding the initial hereditary and colorectal cancer registry and in the care and education of innumerable hereditary cancer families.

2021 - Stephanie Cohen, MS, LCGC

2018 – Joy Larsen Haidle, MS, LGC

2016 – Robert T. Pilarski, MS, LGC, MSW

2013 – Heather Hampel, MS, LGC

2012 – Robin Phillips, MBBS, MSc

2021 - Anirban Maitra, MBBS

2020 - Stephen B. Gruber, MD, PhD, MPH

2019 - Eduardo Vilar, MD, PhD

2014 – James Howe, MD

2011 – Robert Coffey, MD, PhD

Henry Lynch Lectureship

Named in honor of Dr. Henry Lynch, known as “the father of cancer genetics” and whose seminal work led to the discovery of the syndrome that would come to be named for him.  

2021 - David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD

2020 - Matthias Kloor, PD Dr. med.

2019 - Megan Hitchins, PhD

2017 – Mark A. Jenkins, PhD

2016 – Patrick M. Lynch, JD, MD

2015 – Noralane M. Lindor, MD

2010 – Henry T. Lynch, MD

Jagelman–Church Lectureship

Named for the renowned colorectal surgeons Dr. David Jagelman and Dr. James Church, leaders in the clinical management and surgical care of familial polyposis syndromes.

2019 - Paul Wise, MD

2017 – James M. Church, MD

2015 – John Burn, MD

2014 – C. Richard Boland, MD

2008 – Albert de la Chapelle, MD

Jeremy Jass Lectureship

Named for Dr. Jeremy Jass, a pathologist who was instrumental in defining the importance of the serrated pathway in colon cancer.

2022 – David Hewett, MD

2020 – Wendy L. Frankel, MD

2018 – Gloria M. Petersen, PhD

2017 – Susan Parry, MB, ChB, FRACP

2016 – David Huntsman, MD, FRCPC, FCCMG

2014 – Stanley R. Hamilton, MD, FCAP, AGAF

2011 – Randall Burt, MD

2009 – Loic Le Marchand MD, PhD

Lemuel Herrera Lectureship

Named in honor of Dr. Lemuel Herrera, a surgical oncologist with key contributions to the care of colorectal cancer and familial polyposis.

2022  Marcia Cruz Correa, MD, PhD

2021 - John M. Carethers, MD, MACP

2018 – David A. Lieberman, MD

2015 – Frank Giardiello, MD

2014 – Robert Haile, PhD

2012 – Robert E. Schoen, MD

2011 – Charis Eng, MD, PhD

2010 – C. Richard Boland, MD

2009 – Richard Fishel, PhD

2008 – Stanley Hamilton, MD, FCAP, AGAF

2007 – John Burn, MD

2006 – Noralane M. Lindor, MD

2005 – Randall Burt, MD

2004 – Steven Gallinger, MD

2003 – Stephen Thibodeau, PhD

2002 – Bert Vogelstein, MD

2001 – Richard Kolodner, PhD

2000 – Dean E. Brenner, MD

1998 – Jeff Gordon, MD

1997 – Sandy Markowitz, MD, PhD

Randall Burt Lectureship

Named for Dr. Randall Burt, a gastroenterologist and leader in the description of attenuated FAP and development of colorectal cancer screening guidelines.

2020 - Carol A. Burke, MD

2019 - Sapna Syngal, MD, PhD

2018 – Randall W. Burt, MD

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