2000 “Training Minority Physicians: The Charles Drew Model”

Guest Speaker

Levi Watkins Jr., MD
Associate Dean, Professor of Cardiac Surgery, John Hopkins University School of Medicine

Honoree

John H. Gladney, MD
Supervisor, Otolaryngology Division, Homer G. Phillips Hospital
Clinical Professor Emeritus, Otolaryngology Division, St. Louis University Health Sciences Center

John H. Gladney, MD received his medical degree from Meharry Medical College in 1946, then traveled to St. Louis to train at Homer G. Phillips Hospital where he served as an Intern and Senior Intern. He obtained subspecialty training in Otolaryngology during his residency at the Hines VA Hospital in Illinois and later at the University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary from 1953-1956. Dr. Gladney served as Supervisor of Otolaryngology at the Homer G. Phillips Hospital, and had hospital appointments at St. Louis University Health Sciences Center, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, Jewish, DePaul, Deaconess and St. Mary’s Hospitals.

2000 Lecture Photo Gallery

Photos by Dan Donovan Photography