HONOLULU HAWAII (Feb 17, 2012)-Dr. Robert M. Goldman, anti-aging medicine pioneer, and co-Founder of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) (www.worldhealth.net), the world’s largest preventative medical society, was conferred with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ in Medicine and Science, commemorating a lifetime of distinction, at the breakthrough First Annual World Congress: Understanding The Molecular Basis of Heart Disease and Cancer, held February 17, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Present were renowned international scientists presenting groundbreaking discoveries in understanding the molecular basis of heart disease and cancer.
Established in 2011, The Lifetime Achievement Award in Medicine and Science, awarded by the Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education (hawaii-molecular.org), is a distinctive award recognizing and celebrating excellence and achievement to a single, living honoree that has made singular contributions and outstanding achievements of major significance to the field of Medicine or related sciences, either through a single scientific discovery or a body of work. These contributions must have (1) an abiding impact on the field of Medicine and its related sciences, (2) acknowledgment by scholars, analysts, professional peers and the public, and (3) must demonstrate a lifetime commitment to improving the health, education and welfare of humankind. Stated Dr Frank Williams, Director of the Awards Committee: “We wish to honor Dr Goldman for what he has done for humanity and continue to do. Everyone in attendance was taken by his commitment and dedication to humankind. Dr Goldman is one of the most humble, amazing individuals I have met and an inspiration.”
http://www.waaam.net/robert_goldman.php, an accomplished scientist, pioneer in Anti-Aging Medicine, Founder & Chairman of the International Sports Hall of Fame (www.SportsHOF.org) and world-class athlete, has earned international distinction, including numerous sports listings in The Guinness Book of World Records. Dr. Goldman serves as Chairman of the International Medical Commission overseeing sports medicine committees in over 184 nations. He also is President Emeritus of the National Academy of Sports Medicine and served as Chairman of the Junior Olympics and Master Olympics Sports Medicine Committees, overseeing sports/health programs for millions of athletes.