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Because as a teacher, Dr. Perlmutter encouraged us to develop the
faculty of active, intelligent assimilation, we were rescued from becom-
ing mere "passive receptacles" of knowledge. Against a slavish, rote
acquisition of facts, he was wont to offer a far more valid and dynamic
mode of mastering concepts, which will serve us well throughout our
lives as disciples of Hippocrates.
As a counselor, he continues to demonstrate his readiness to work
on our behalf in various student activities and institutions. Also, it is
reassuring to know him as our friend in a therapeutic tete-a-tete, at
those frequent times in our lives when the problems which plague us
assume an ominous importance.
Upon entering our new lustrum following our formal medical
school training, we will not be unmindful of our obligation couched in
these venerable words, "I will honor as my father the man who taught
me the art." A
Dr. Perlmutter's academic career is a long one, his degree of
Bachelor of Arts came from the University of Pennsylvania, after which
he received his Master's Degree and Doctorate of Philosophy from the
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He is now Assistant Professor
in Anatomy at Hahnemanng his time previously had been occupied by
the Army of the United States, and by research for E. I. DuPont De
Nemours, and for the United States Public Health Service. Also, he has
been active on the teaching staff at the University of Pennsylvania. His
interests encompass a wide range of subjects, from endocrine problems
to coronary circulation.
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