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The Hans E. Einstein, MD Memorial Lecture


Every year, Barlow Respiratory Hospital extends the invitation to our pulmonary / critical care community to join colleagues for an evening of networking and science on the historic Barlow campus.

  • Includes cocktail reception, networking, dinner and an invited guest lecturer.
  • Free of charge, but RSVP is required.
  • Category 1 CME is provided for qualified physicians.

About The Hans E. Einstein, MD Memorial Lectureship

The Hans E. Einstein, MD Memorial Lectureship is an annual CME accredited scientific lecture series for pulmonary / critical care professionals held on the historic Barlow Respiratory Hospital campus in Los Angeles. The evening is presented by the Hospital and Barlow Respiratory Research Center, led by Dr. David Nelson and Meg Hassenpflug, MS, RD, FCCM and includes a Social Hour, Dinner and Scientific Session featuring a visiting professor. The lecture series honors the late Hans E. Einstein, MD for his pioneering contributions and longstanding dedication to the advancement of medicine.

A cousin of Albert Einstein, Dr. Hans Einstein  served Barlow Respiratory Hospital as Medical Director and CEO, and as a member of the Barlow Respiratory Hospital Board of Directors. He devoted more than half a century to developments and improvements in diagnosing and treating many well-known and costly diseases, including tuberculosis, AIDS and Valley Fever.


Past Einstein Lectures: