Dr. Adam B. Hill
Dr. Adam B. Hill is a husband, physician, avid Butler University Bulldog, native Indiana son, and blessed father of two children, Zoe (15 months) and Grayson (2 years). He completed his medical training at Indiana University School of Medicine and a pediatric residency program at St. Louis University's Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. He is a Duke University-trained pediatric oncologist and currently practices as a pediatric palliative care faculty physician at Indiana University's Riley Hospital for Children. Dr. Hill has gained national and international attention for his lectures and writing about his own successful recovery from depression, alcoholism, and the lessons learned along the way. Since last fall, Dr. Hill has traveled from California to Vermont, lecturing and sharing his story of recovery. Dr. Hill has won teaching awards for his commitment to medical education, such as Pediatric Faculty of the Year Award at Indiana University, as well as awards for exceptional humanistic patient care, most notably a distinguished induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. In addition, Dr. Hill was recently awarded the Hilton Ultimus Brown Award from Butler University.