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Presidential Faculty Excellence Award presentation to Paresh Dandona, January 13, 2011, January 10, 2020

 File — Box: 10, Item: DVD 11-6-1392-168-BD
Identifier: III

Scope and Contents

Contains digital video of the 3rd Annual Presidential Faculty Excellence Award presented to Paresh Dandona, MD, UB Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, on January 13, 2011, in the Center for the Arts Screening Room.

Welcome to the event by Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Satish K. Tripathi (00:00), followed by an introduction to Dr. Dandona by President John B. Simpson (01:50). Introductions followed by presentation of award to Dr. Dandona by John B. Simpson, Satish K. Tripathi, Vice President for Health Sciences, David Dunn, and Dean of the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Michael Cain (05:20), and Dr. Dandona’s speech on his research (06:20). Speech includes a slideshow presentation visible on the video recording. Speech topics include: dimensions in which work is delivered (08:00), role of insulin in endocrinology (18:00), major and concepts in glucose levels and mortality (45:00). After the speech, Dr. Dandona engages in a question and answer session with the audience (1:02:00). Audio for audience questions is muffled. Questions include: Have you looked at other agents? (1:02:30); Were the experiments completed in new glycemic conditions? (1:05:00); What about obesity patients who have pre-diabetic symptoms? (1:07:00); Video ends (1:10:21).


  • January 13, 2011
  • Migrated: January 10, 2020


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The recording of the Presidential Faculty Excellence Award presentation to Paresh Dandona, January 13, 2011 may only be accessed onsite within the library at this time.


0.270 Gigabytes (1 file (1:10:21 hours))

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DVD 11-6-1392-168-BD

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Digital files created by William Regan and the Office of Special Events were transferred to the University Archives on various types of storage media including compact discs and digital optical discs. Where possible, digital content saved on storage media was migrated from the storage media, normalized to standard preservation and access formats, and transferred to a stable preservation environment following the University Libraries' Digital Preservation guidelines. Some folder titles and file titles were altered to assist researchers in locating and identifying digital content.

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