Award to Dean Pamela Davis and Case Western Reserve University PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 27 November 2011 10:03

In honor and recogniotion of their leadership in establishing the professorship, the first of its kind in integrative oncology.

The Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation presents to Dean Pam Davis and Case Western Reserve University an award only previously given to President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama.

Letter from Helen Moss to Dean Pamela Davis:

I would like to extend my appreciation for your superb academic leadership. Your insight and commitment to innovation and excellence have resulted in the creation of an endowed professorship in integrative oncology at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine that will serve as a national model for the creation of a seamless program in medical education, biomedical research and patient care.

In your role as the Honorary Chairman of the Eighth International Conference, you and the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine served as pioneers in formally linking one of the most prestigious medical schools in this nation with the quickly developing field of integrative oncology.

It is with deep appreciation that I present you, Dean of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, with two Lilly Candlesticks, which represent the best that Virginia Artisans have to offer. They were proudly made in America, hand-crafted by a former marine and presented to two Presidents of the United States –George  W. Bush (2009) and Barack Obama (2010)--  by the Commandant of the Marines. The Parker Hannifin --  Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation Professorship in Integrative Oncology also represents the essence of America. It exemplifies the tradition of leadership, excellence and innovation for which the School of Medicine has been recognized for many decades.


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Dean Pam Davis receiving the "Lilly Candlesticks," same as recieved by 2 U.S. Presidents

(From left to right: Pam Davis, Dean; Dr. Nathan Berger, former Dean; Helen Moss, Founder)

Info about the artist of the candlesticks click here.



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