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Henry M. Winans, Sr., M.D. Visiting Professorship: Heart Failure in African Americans; A journey that began at Parkland, 1989

Guest Speaker:

Clyde W. Yancy, M.D., M.Sc. 
Vice Dean, Diversity & Inclusion
Chief, Division of Cardiology
Northwestern University

Dr. Yancy's research interests are in heart failure, clinical guideline generation, outcomes sciences, personalized medicine and health care disparities. He is extensively published with well over 500 peer reviewed publications and has been named annually as one of the most highly cited scientific authors worldwide. He is Deputy Editor, JAMA Cardiology; Senior Section Editor (Heart Failure), Journal of the American College of Cardiology; and serves on the editorial boards for Circulation, Circulation Heart Failure, the American Heart Journal and JACC Heart Failure.

Henry M. Winans, Sr., M.D.

A graduate of Stanford University and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Henry M. Winans settled in Dallas in 1920, becoming an instructor in Baylor University’s Medical School in 1921. He was made full professor of medicine in 1929, and until 1943 he served as head of the medical department. Dr. Winans was Baylor Hospital’s chief of staff from 1929 to 1955 and served an unprecedented seven terms as chairman of Baylor Hospital’s Medical Board. From 1943 to 1950 he was professor of medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and from 1951 until his death he was one of the school’s professor emeritus.


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This event will be broadcast live via Mediasite.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Eugene McDermott Plaza and Lecture Halls (D), D1.502
5323 Harry Hines Blvd, DALLAS, TX 75390

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Internal MedicineCardiologyHematology and OncologyNephrologyPulmonary and Critical Care MedicineDigestive and Liver Diseases



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