The Gallo Lecture was created by the OHSU Department of Neurological Surgery to honor the legacy and dedication to teaching and medical ethics of Anthony E. Gallo, Jr., M.D. A medical school graduate of Harvard University, Dr. Gallo was a highly respected pediatric neurosurgeon and throughout his career was devoted to the care of disabled children. He was a professor of neurosurgery at OHSU from 1968 to 1989.
The 7th Anthony E. Gallo, Jr., Lecturer 2013
Timothy B Mapstone, M.D.
Timothy B. Mapstone is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with Bachelor of Science Degrees in Applied Mathematics and Management. He completed medical school training at Case Western Reserve University, and neurosurgical residency training at the University Hospitals Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University in 1992. After a one-year research fellowship in biochemistry he joined Case Western Reserve University as Chief of the Neurosurgical Services at the VA Medical Center in Cleveland. In 1994, he joined the Pediatric Neurosurgical Division at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In 2000, he moved to Atlanta as Professor of Neurological Surgery, Vice-Chairman of the Department ofNeurological Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, at Emory University. In 2005 Dr. Mapstone became the Chair and Wilkins Professor of Neurological Surgery at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Mapstone's academic interest continues to be the care of children with neurosurgical disease with a special interest in both clinical laboratory and brain tumors in children.
Past Gallo Lecturers
- Alan R. Cohen, M.D. — 2007
- Arnold Menezes, M.D. — 2008
- Joseph Piatt, M.D. — 2009
- P. David Adelson, M.D. — 2010
- Tae Sung Park, M.D. — 2011
- Fredrick A. Boop, M.D. — 2012