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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (December 2008) This article has no lead section, so one should be written. See the lead section guide for more information on writing leads. (September 2009) G. Michael Deeb Born July 25, 1949 Pittsburgh, PA Residence Ann Arbor, MI Citizenship United States Nationality United States Fields Thoracic Surgery Institutions Temple University(1984-1986), University of Michigan (1986-present) Alma mater University of Pittsburgh Known for Performing the first artificial heart transplant in the state of Michigan Performing surgery on gospel singer Ronald Winans Establishing department of Thoracic Surgery at Temple University Hospital Notable awards Phi Beta Kappa, National Honor Society, University of Pittsburgh (1971) Charles C. Moore Teaching Award for Residents (1976) Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Award for Best Resident Research Presentation Automatic Implantable Defibrillator (1979) Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine Best Resident Research Award, Physiologic and Pathologic Effects of an Automatic Implantable Defibrillator (1980) W. Embery Burnett Teaching Award, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA (1982) Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (1992) Dean's Award for Outstanding Clinician, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI (2007) Forest Dewey Dodrill Award for Excellence, Outstanding Clinician, American Heart Association, Detroit, MI (2008) Contents 1 Education and Achievements 2 Surgery on Ronald Winans 3 Personal life 4 References 5 External links // Education and Achievements Dr. Deeb received his Bachelors from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971 and his Medical Degree from the same University in 1975. He was a surgical intern at the University of Pittsburgh in both general and cardiothoracic surgery between 1975 and 1982. In 1982 he became the Assistant Professor of Surgery at Temple University Hospital and helped to establish the Thoracic Surgery department there. In 1986 he became the Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Michigan and became an associate professor in 1991 and a professor in 1996. He was the first to be awarded with the Herbert Sloan Collegiate Professorship. His clinical appointments at the University of Michigan Medical Center include: Director of Heart/Lung Transplant and Artificial Devices Program (1986-1995), Director of Adult Cardiac Surgery (1990-1999), and Co-Director of Heart Care Program (1996-present). He has published 143 articles in journals and books and lectures both nationally and internationally on topics such as valve implantation and cardiac valve implantation. Surgery on Ronald Winans Dr. Deeb was head of the surgery team who operated on Ronald Winans. After a failed surgery he told the assembled Winans family to say its good-byes, but the family asked if they could pray for Winans instead. Pastor Marvin Winans laid his hands on the surgeon's head, prayed and said, "You go back and take my son off the heart-lung machine. He will live." Deeb was shocked but he complied. Winans lived, and Deeb later told said that the experience had brought some spiritualism to his practice. [1] Personal life G. Michael Deeb was born in Pittsburgh, PA on July 25 1949. He married his wife in 1988 and they have two daughters. References ^ http://biography.jrank.org/pages/2888/Winans-Ronald.html External links University of Pittsburgh Biography University of Michigan Biography Persondata Name Deeb, G. Michael Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 25, 1949 Place of birth Pittsburgh, PA Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to medicine in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e