Celebrating Dr. Stephen Greenberg, Lifetime Achievement Awardee
Stephen B. Greenberg, M.D., Fel. ‘74, MACP, is being honored by Baylor College of Medicine as this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Baylor’s annual Alumni Awards program recognizes alumni and faculty for excellence in research, teaching and patient care.
As part of the awards program, our honorees identify an area of the College they would like to highlight for support. We invite you to join us in honoring Dr. Greenberg by making a gift to the Stephen and Lisa Greenberg Endowment. Your contribution, large or small, helps support the next generation of healthcare leaders and innovative patient care that saves lives
Dr. Greenberg, renowned in the field of infectious diseases, began his decades-long career at Baylor College of Medicine and Ben Taub Hospital. He was inspired by a book, Microbe Hunters, which was given to him by his father. After completing a medicine residency at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, he chose to specialize in infectious diseases. He came to Baylor College of Medicine for a fellowship to learn more about virology. Dr. Greenberg dedicated the first 15 years of his tenure to scientific research on influenza, the common cold and HIV. In 1990, he shifted his focus to take key leadership roles at Ben Taub Hospital, emphasizing education and patient care. Driven by his passion for academic medicine, he played a crucial role in revamping Baylor’s medical curriculum and providing ongoing education for physicians. Recognized for his teaching and patient care, Dr. Greenberg’s legacy continues to shape the future of medical training at Baylor.
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