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2009 Recipient - James F. Glenn, M. D.

Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae

Born Lexington, Kentucky 10 May 1928
Anstruther Farm
Wife: Gay Elste Darsie Glenn

University High School, Lexington, KY 1946
University of Rochester (NY), B.A. 1949
Duke University (NC), M.D. 1952
Surgical Residency, Peter Bent Brigham, Boston, 1952-1954
Flight Surgeon, US Air Force, 1954-1956
Urologic Residency, Duke University, 1956-1959

Assistant Professor, Yale University, 1959-1961
Associate Professor, Wake Forest University, 1961-1963
Professor, Duke University, 1963-1980
Professor, Emory University, 1980-1983
Professor. Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1983-1987
Professor, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, 1987-1998
Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky, 1998-

Chief of Urology, Duke, 1963-1980
Dean, Emory School of Medicine, 1980-1983
President. Mount Sinai Medical Center, 1983-1987
Director, Markey Cancer Center, University of Kentucky, 1989-1993
Chief of Staff, University of Kentucky Hospital, 1993-1996
Acting Chairman of Surgery, UK Medical Center, 1995-1998

Societe Intemationale d'urologie (President, 1985-1988)
American Association of Genitourinary Surgeons (President, 1992-1993)
American College of Surgeons (Governor, 1978-1984)
American Society of Nephrology (Founding member, 1966)
Society of University Urologists (President, 1971-1972)
American Urnlogical Association (Chairman, Continuing Education, 1969-1974)
Southeastern Section, American Urnlogical Association (President, 1976-1977)
Society for Pediatric Urology (President, 1977-1978)
Residency Review Committee for Urology (Chairman, 1980-1981)
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (President, 1984-1986)
American Board of Urology (Vice-president, 1981-1982)
Clinical Society of Genitourinary Surgeons president, 1991-1992)
Society of Pelvic Surgeons (President, 1979- 1980)
New York Hospital Association (Treasurer, 1986-1987)

Textbooks edited Diagnostic Urology, Hoeber, New York, 1964;Ureted Reflux in Children,
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 1967;Urologic Surgery, 1" through 6" editions,
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, 1969-2004; Adrenal Diseases, Saunders,
Philadelphia, 1977.
Chapters in books: over 40 in various texts.
Scientific articles: more than 200 in various peer-reviewed journals.

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, 1952
Society of Sigma Xi, 1961
Day Memorial Lecturer, Western Section, AUA, 1969
Urologist of the Year, Buffalo Urological Society, 1972
Young Oration, Mid-Atlantic Section, AUA, 1977
Hugh Hampon Young Award, AUA, 1982
Annual Distinguished Oration, New York Academy of Medicine, 1985
Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1987
Lifetime Achievement Award, American Urnlogical Association, 1994
St. Paul's Medal, British Association of Urological Surgeons, 1996
Honorary Doctor of Sciences, University of Kentucky, 1998
Honorary Doctor of Sciences, Transylvania University, 2004
Honowy Member of the southeastern, Central, New York and Westem Sections of the AUA
Honorary Member of the American, Canadian, Venezuelan, Brazilian, Australasian, German,
Irish and British Urological Associations

Board of Directors, First Union National Bank, Durham, NC, 1969-1980
Atlanta Community Health Consortium, 1984-1987
New York Hospital Association, Treasurer, 1986-1987
Board of Directors, National City Bank, Lexington, KY, 1989-1998
Board of Directors, Lexington History Museum, 1990- (Chairman 2002-)
Board of Directors, Cardinal Hill Hospital, 1988- (Chairman 1992-1995)