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2021 Award Information
Deadline for Submission: CLOSED
Award Presentation: 2021 HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting (September 10-13, 2021 | Denver, CO)
Notification to Award Winner: November 2020
Any living individual whose career has focused on heart failure may be nominated. The award will be made on the basis of the recipient’s contributions as follows:
- Advancement of scientific knowledge, either basic or clinical research directly to heart failure
- Improvement in the practice of treating patients with heart failure
- Demonstrated service to the mission of the HFSA
Evaluation of nominees and selection of the recipient will be chosen by a majority vote of the Lifetime Achievement Award Committee and submitted to the HFSA Executive Council for approval.
Each Nomination should consist of:
- A letter of recommendation from a nominator which should highlight the nominees’ career in detail (2 pages maximum)
- Copy of an up-to-date curriculum vitae (including publications)
Nominations may only be made by HFSA members in good standing. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
Previous Winners are not eligible for this Award!
Nominations are carried forward from the previous three years but information submitted may need to be updated and re-submitted. Materials resubmitted should include any significant developments or contributions which have occurred since the previous submission.
2019 – Dr. Douglas L. Mann, MD, FHFSA
2018 – Marvin A. Konstam, DM, FACC, FAHA, FHFSA
2017 – Barry H. Greenberg, MD, FHFSA
2016 – Marc Pfeffer, MD, PhD, FHFSA
2015 – Sidney Goldstein, MD, FHFSA
2014 – Gary S. Francis, MD, FHFSA
2013 – Arthur M. Feldman, MD, PhD & Barry M. Massie, MD, FHFSA
2012 – Bertram Pitt MD, FHFSA
2011 – Kathy Dracup, PhD, FHFSA
2010 – Eugene Braunwald, MD, FHFSA
2009 – Kanu Chatterjee, MBBS, FRCP
2008 – Michael R. Bristow, MD, PhD, FHFSA
2007 – Arnold M. Katz, MD
2006 – Jay N. Cohn, MD, FHFSA
Lifetime Meritorious Service Award
2014 – Jay N. Cohn, MD, FHFSA
2013 – Barry M. Massie, MD, FHFSA