Join us for our Annual Scholarship Awards Dinner this year.
□ Yes, I/We would like to serve as the PLATINUM SPONSOR – $5,000 – Logo/Name listed on HAMDS website and digital invitation, full page ad in program, signage as Platinum Sponsor; premium seating, 8 tickets to event (table of 8)
□ Yes, I/We would like to serve as the GOLD SPONSOR – $2,500 – Logo/Name listed on HAMDS website, digital invitation, program, signage as a Gold Sponsor; 4 tickets to event
□ Yes, I/We would like to serve as the SILVER SPONSOR – $1,000 – Name listed on HAMDS website, digital invitation, program, signage as a Silver Sponsor; 2 tickets to event
□ Yes, I/We would like to serve as the BRONZE SPONSOR – $500 – Name listed on HAMDS website, program, signage as a Bronze Sponsor; 1 ticket to event
□ Yes, I/We would like to serve as the INDIVIDUAL SPONSOR – $250 – Name listed in program; 1 ticket to event
HAMDS will be awarding scholarships to several applicants during our 2019 Scholarship Awards Dinner. The committee is currently in deliberations for the Awards and we will post the winners shortly….
2019 Hippocrates Award Honoree
Charalabos (Harry) Pothoulakis, MD, Ph.D.
Professor of Medicine, Eli and Edythe Broad Chair in Medicine
Chair of Research, Director, IBD Research Center
Vatche and Tamar Manoukian Division of Digestive Diseases
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Dr. Pothoulakis graduated from the Aristotelion University of Thessaloniki Medical School in Greece where he also completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine as well as his M.D. honors dissertation. After serving for 2 years at the Medical Corps in the Greek army, he joined the Division of Gastroenterology at Boston University Medical Center as a Research Fellow in Gastroenterology in 1982. After completion of his fellowship, he became a faculty member at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr Pothoulakis joined the Division of Gastroenterology at Beth Israel Medical Center, Harvard Medical School in 1996 as an Assistant Professor and became full Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in 2005, when he also received an honorary degree from Harvard University. Read more