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Announcements

SCCM Reunion
CCM Alumni Reunions take place during the annual SCCM Critical Care Congress. The next reunion will be at the 46th Critical Care Congress, January 21-25, 2017, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Honors

Christopher Schott wins Golden Apple Teaching Award—Again
At the recent Pitt School of Medicine graduation, Christopher Schott, MD, MS, received the Golden Apple Teaching Award for the 2nd year in a row. This is the highest award the medical students can bestow on an educator. Schott is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. Read more...

Memoriam

Peter M. Winter, 1935-2016
Peter M. Winter, MD, passed away on May 14, 2016. Dr. Winter was the second Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, serving from 1979-1996 after Dr. Peter Safar. Throughout his influential career, Dr. Winter devoted himself to the recruitment and development of future researchers and clinicians, promoting excellence in patient care and the development of anesthesiology subspecialties, teaching, and innovation, and helped to make Pitt one of the nation's top research and academic institutions. 
 
Mitchell Fink, 1948-2015
Mitchell P. Fink, MD, one of the most inspiring and influential leaders in the field of intensive care medicine, died at 66 years of age on November 17th after being diagnosed this summer with an aggressive sarcoma. This devastating news has left many of us with a huge sense of loss and sadness. Mitch came to the University of Pittsburgh in 1999 where he subsequently became the inaugural chair of the Department of Critical Care Medicine. Read more...
 
Inger Grenvik, 1931-2015
Ake and Inger sheltered and nurtured hundreds if not thousands of us around the world as we embarked on careers in critical care. Although Ake was a dominant force in the hospital and at the University, no one was in any doubt that they built and led their lives as partners, and both invested hugely in all of our lives. It is hard to imagine what critical care would have looked like without the love, care, and grace that Inger brought both here in Pittsburgh and in all her effort and devotion to SCCM. The world has lost a beautiful person. Read more...

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