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Volume 5, Number 20Space holderMay 18, 2001

Lifesaver benefit luncheon will honor emergency care supporters

Medic II, the program that has taught cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to more than 700,000 members of the general public; and Ed and Karen Levy, long-time supporters of the Seattle Fire Department and Medic One, will be named to the Lifesavers Hall of Fame May 22.

The awards will be presented during a Seattle luncheon benefiting the Medic One Foundation's Emergency Equipment Fund. The luncheon speakers will be Husky football coach Rick Neuheisel and comedienne Tracey Conway. Conway was resuscitated from sudden cardiac death in 1995. She had collapsed on a Seattle television stage after taping a spoof of the medical drama "ER".

Idaho track teacher of the year honored

Theodore Lange, UW fellow in internal medicine at the Boise Veterans Administration Medical center, has received the annual Dr. Judd Lunn Memorial Teacher of the Year award. (Full Story)

Ophthalmology association honors two UW researchers

The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) has recognized the achievements of Anita Hendrickson, professor of biological structure and adjunct professor of ophthalmology, and Steven E. Wilson, professor and chair of ophthalmology and adjunct professor of biological structure. (Full Story)

Dickey named outstanding alumnus of University of Montana business school

Boh A. Dickey, chair of the UW Academic Medical center board, has received the 2001 Outstanding Alumnus Award from the University of Montana's School of business Administration. (Full Story)

Tribute given to Moe at Surgical Grand Rounds

The May 16 Surgical Grand Rounds was a tribute to noted breast cancer surgeon and researcher Roger E. Moe, professor emeritus of surgery. (Full Story)

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