Stephen B. Greenberg, M.D., Fel. ’74, MACP, honored with Baylor’s Lifetime Achievement Award for lifelong commitment to medical education
Stephen B. Greenberg, M.D., Fel. ‘74, MACP, was honored on Oct. 12 with Baylor College of Medicine’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his unwavering dedication to medical education at Baylor and Ben Taub Hospital. He was one of 12 outstanding alumni and faculty celebrated during the annual Alumni Awards event.
Dr. Greenberg’s legacy to medical education began when he came to Baylor for a fellowship to learn more about virology and spent the next 40 years at Baylor and Ben Taub Hospital, dedicating the first 15 years of his tenure to scientific research on influenza, the common cold and HIV, and taking on leadership roles at Ben Taub.
He played a crucial role in revamping Baylor’s medical curriculum and providing ongoing education for physicians, and his legacy continues to shape the future of medical training at Baylor.
Hear Dr. Greenberg reflect on his time at Baylor and his desire to support future physicians through the Stephen and Lisa Greenberg Endowment in the brief video above.
To learn more about Dr. Greenberg and all of the 2023 Alumni Awards honorees, please visit: give.bcm.edu/2023-alumni-awards.