Pearson Lecturers

2014 A. Duranceau, MD “The Achalasia Myotomy”

2013 C. Deschamps, MD “Quality and Safety in the Surgical Practice at the Mayo Clinic”

2012 J. Luketich, MD “The Evolution of MIS Esophagectomy”

2011 T. D’Amico, MD “Thorascopic Lobectomy: Management of Locally Advanced Lung Cancer”

2010 A. Patterson, MD “Surgeons, Are We Being Left Behind?”

2009 Tom DeMeester, MD “The Therapy Gap in Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease”

2008 Peter Goldstraw, MD “History of TNM Staging in Cancer”

2007 Joel Cooper, MD “History of Lung Transplantation”

2006 Doug Mathisen, MD “Tracheal Surgery”

2005 John Wong, MD “Esophagectomy for Cancer: A Proposal for International Best Practice”

2004 Mark Orringer, MD “Transhiatal Esophagectomy – Evolution and Refinements”

2003 Doug Wood, MD “Lung Volume Reduction Surgery: Results from the NETT and Outlook for the Future”

2002 Robert Ginsberg, MD “Educating the Thoracic Surgeon: Past, Present and Future”

2001 David Mulder, MD “Thoracic Trauma”

2000 Philippe Dartevelle,MD “Surgery for Pulmonary Hypertension”

1999 Jean Deslauriers, MD “Tracheo-Bronchoplasty in the Management of Lung Cancer”

1998 F. Griffith Pearson, MD “The History of Esophageal Surgery in Canada”