Indiana University Adolescent Medicine Doctor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
IU School of Medicine Mar 09, 2009
Dr. Orr started the Section of Adolescent Medicine in 1983 and now the program provides more than 40,000 adolescent clinic visits a year, is one of the preeminent academic training programs in the country and brings in more than $3 million a year in research support.
The award was established in 1981 to recognize individuals worldwide for their commitment to improving the health and care resources for adolescents and young adults.
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