Gentle Giant Award – Daniel Prevedello, MD

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Daniel Prevedello, MD
Associate Professor
Director of the Minimally Invasive Cranial Surgery Program
Department of Neurological Surgery
The Ohio State University
On April 18, 2015 the Pituitary Network Association honored Dr. Daniel Prevedello with a Gentle Giant Award. Dr. Prevedello was honored with a Gentle Giant Award Dinner and Reception which took place at the Fawcett Event Center on the campus of Ohio State University.

The Pituitary Network Association hosted a cocktail reception in Dr. Prevedello’s honor. It was a welcome chance to relax after the whirlwind day of learning. Following the cocktail reception we all gathered for dinner. There were several video tributes from students and colleagues that Dr. Prevedello has worked with across the globe. There was a heartfelt tribute from one of Dr. Prevedello’s former patients, Lori Genser Burkhoff. Dr. Leo Ditzel Filho, a former colleague and friend of Dr. Prevedello, came all the way from Brazil to congratulate Dr. Prevedello and tell us all a little about his life. It was a delightful presentation with humor and a little lighthearted joking. The Gentle Giant Award was then presented to Dr. Daniel Prevedello by Dr. Shereen Ezzat on behalf of the Pituitary Network Association.

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