PACES Lifetime Achievement Award Macdonald Dick II, M.D.
Training B.A. (1963) Williams College, Williamstown, MA M.D. (1967) Univ. of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA Pediatric Residency (1970) University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, VA Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship (1971) University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, VA Cardiology Fellowship (1974) Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, MA
Academic appointments Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston 1974 – 77 Instructor 1977 Assistant Professor University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1977 – 81 Assistant Professor 1981 – 87 Associate Professor 1987 – pres. Professor 1994 – 2001 AmnonRosenthal Professor of Pediatric Cardiology
Role Models… “It is neither wealth nor splendor, but tranquility and occupation which give happiness.” Thomas Jefferson
Scholarly achievement • 146 Manuscripts (21 first authored) • 177 Abstracts • 18 Book chapters • 1 Book (2nd Edition in preparation) • Macdonald Dick II Pediatric Electrophysiology Fellowship Symposium
AJC, 1975 Circ, 1979
Heart and Great Vessels, 1989 PACE, 1989
“A superb teacher and role model for trainees and faculty his affability and diligent effort have brought about the compilation and publication of the book.” Amnon Rosenthal, MD Professor of Pediatrics Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology in the Young, edited by Dick II M. Springer Science 2006
“Carolin, my wife, graciously permitted me to weed the book of its unwanted wordage (probably missed a bit) rather than our yard of unwanted plant life on numerous weekends.” Macdonald Dick II, M.D.
Consistency “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Role Model “Promote in every order of men the degree of instruction proportioned to their condition and to their views in life.” Thomas Jefferson