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Antonio M. Gotto, MD, was chairman of Medicine at Baylor College
of Medicine from 1977 until 1996 when he assumed the role of dean
of Weill Cornell Medical College through 2001. His prodigious
output has included over 500 articles, 25 books and multiple
invited lectures. Dr. Gotto has received many awards throughout his
career, including AOA and a Rhodes Scholarship, and he has been
recognized in Italy, Turkey, Japan and many other countries. Dr.
Gotto is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and
the Institute of Medicine. He was president of the American Heart
Association and has served on more than 30 editorial boards. Dr.
Gotto is currently dean emeritus of Weill Cornell Medical College
and holds the Lewis Thomas University Professorship, while serving
as vice president and provost for Medical Affairs Emeritus of
Cornell University. He has relocated to Houston, Texas, where he is
active in the Texas Medical Center as a senior member of The
Methodist Hospital Research Institute.
The John Phillips Memorial Award was established by the Board of
Regents on October 27, 1929. This award, which is bestowed for
outstanding work in clinical medicine, honors Dr. Phillips, a
governor and regent of the College.