Edler Lecturer

Raymond Stainback, MD, FASE                        2023 Edler Lecturer

Created in 1990, the annual Edler Lecture honors the founder of echocardiography, Dr. Inge EdlerThis lecture is presented during ASE’s Annual Scientific Sessions in June.

Edler Lecturers:

  • 2023: Raymond Stainback, MD, FASE-  “The Living History of Echocardiography for Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices”
  • 2022: Catherine Otto, MD, FASE- “Aortic Valve Stenosis: Moving from Diagnosis to Patient Outcomes”
  • 2021: Madhav Swaminathan, MD, FASE- “Echo, Equity, and Empowerment: A Framework for the Future”
  • 2020: Jonathan Lindner, MD, FASE – “The Role of Imaging Today for Developing Drugs of Tomorrow”
  • 2019:  Vera Rigolin, MD, FASE – “Time Flies When You Are Having Fun With Aortic Stenosis”
  • 2018: Allan L. Klein, MD, FASE – “Dermatology of the Heart: Tales from the Pericardial Sac”
  • 2017: Susan E. Wiegers, MD, FASE – “The Point of Care”
  • 2016: Neil J. Weissman, MD, FASE – “The Future of Echocardiography: Disrupter or Disrupted?”
  • 2015: Patrick O’Gara, MD, FACC – “Innovation in CV Medicine: Whose Responsibility Is It?”
  • 2014: Patricia A. Pellikka, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography in an Era of Multimodality Imaging”
  • 2013: James D. Thomas, MD, FASE – “The Miracle of Echocardiography: From Physics to Physiology to Population Health”
  • 2012: Roberto M. Lang, MD, FASE – “3D Echocardiography has Come of Age: Promises and Perspectives”
  • 2011: Gov. Howard Dean, MD – “Healthcare Reform – What it Means to Patients as Well as Physicians”
  • 2010: William A. Zoghbi, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography: A 20/20 Vision”
  • 2009: Thomas Ryan, MD, FASE – “The Capacity for Change: A Look at Echocardiography in the Next Decade”
  • 2008: Jos Roelandt, MD, PhD, FASE – “Imaging, Ingenuity and Serendipity”
  • 2007: Michael H. Picard, MD, FASE – “The Future of Echocardiography: Lessons from History, Biology and Art”
  • 2006: Bijoy K. Khandheria, MBBS, FASE – “Back to the Future”
  • 2005: Linda D. Gillam, MD, FASE – “Cardiology’s Number One Detective Agency: The Echo Lab”
  • 2004: Randolph P. Martin, MD, FASE – “Making a Difference in Individual Lives”
  • 2003: Pamela S. Douglas, MD, FASE – “Good Morning ASE”
  • 2002: Pravin M. Shah, MD, FASE – “SAM is 30-something and Going Strong”
  • 2001: Harry Rakowski, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography: Opening Windows to Your Heart”
  • 2000: A. Jamil Tajik, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography: From Evolution to Revolution”
  • 1999: Richard E. Kerber, MD, FASE – “Deconstructing the Body: Medical Imaging, Medical Art and the Art of Medicine”
  • 1998: Alan S. Pearlman, MD, FASE – “The Changing Face of ASE – Past, Present, and Future”
  • 1997: Julius M. Gardin, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography: A Ventricular View”
  • 1996: Alfred F. Parisi, MD, FASE – “The Miracle of Echocardiography – A Clinician’s Retrospective”
  • 1995: Arthur E. Weyman, MD, FASE –  “The End of the Beginning”
  • 1994: David J. Sahn, MD, FASE – “Milestones in the Development of Echocardiography: Where Have We Come From? Where Are We Going?”
  • 1993: Joseph A. Kisslo, MD, FASE – “Coping in the 1990s: Regulation, Restriction & Reduced Reimbursement”
  • 1992: Anthony N. DeMaria, MD, FASE – “Technologic Advances in an Era of Socioeconomic Constraints – Future Tension in Echocardiography”
  • 1991: Richard L. Popp, MD, FASE – “Second Annual Feigenbaum Lecture”
  • 1990: Harvey Feigenbaum, MD, FASE – “Echocardiography: Past, Present, and Future”