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  Lindenbaum Professorship
  To honor the memory of Dr. John Lindenbaum each year the Department of Medicine invites a prominent minority physician to be a Lindenbaum Visiting Professor at Columbia University Medical Center. Over two days, the Lindenbaum Professorship includes opportunities for the department’s leadership to meet with the honoree and the minority faculty. The honoree also meets with housestaff, fellows, and students, often leading morning report and joining attending rounds. One of the highlights of the visit is when the visiting Professor gives Medical Grand Rounds.
   
  Previous Honorees Include:
  Name:  Michelle Albert, MD
  Rank Assistant Attending in Cardiology Brigham and Woman's Hospital.
  Title: "CRP and Cardiovascular Disease"
 
  Name:  Juanita Merchant, MD
  Rank Associate Professor of Medicine University of Michigan School of Medicine.
  Title:  "The Role of Gastric Acid Secretion in the Innate Immune System"
 
  Name: Lee W. Riley, MD
  Rank:   Professor of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology School of Public Health University of California, Berkely.
  Title:   "Latent Tuberculosis Infection: A Balance Act by a Bacterial Immunostat"
 
  Name: Neil Powe, MD
  Rank:  Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, and Health Policy, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
  Title: "Moving Forward to Conquer Health Disparities"