Temple University School of Medicine - Skull Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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12 Table of Contents 1992 Dedication............................................5 Faculty Staff........................................12 Administration..............................14 Pre-Clinical................................20 Clinical....................................40 Affiliates..................................79 Activities Events.................................114 The Class of 1992 ...................................150 Residency Appointments...............................322 Advertising Patrons................................326Temple University School of Medicine SKULL 1992 Michael Chmielewski Editor-in-Chief Marina Cooney Senior Editor Activities Editor John Davine Photography Editor Steve Katz Color Section Editor Cate Nguyen Contributing Editor Jonathan Strober Faculty Advisors Stan Saltzman Gerry Pearlman Typesetting Cheryl Arthur Publisher Taylor Publishing Company Sandy Russell, Rep. Layout Production Crezv Carolyn Piccone Rebecca Nelson Jan Mills Geeta Raja Sue Coffey Suresh Mathew Scott O'Neill Photograph Art Contributors (not otherwise listed) The Class of 1992 Gemma Rozmus Judy Burgess Joe Troise Paul Lento Christina Bergqvist Tom Dominick Vie gratefully acknowledge the students, faculty and staff of the Temple University School of Medicine for their time and support of this project. Special thanks to Otto Lehmann, Hank Bacich, Jeff Cooney, and Donna Merryman.DEDICATION %mneth %. Cundy, fPfi.‘D.Kenneth R. Cundy, Ph.D. Hospital Epidemiologist We are proud to dedicate SKULL 1992 to Dr. Kenneth R. Cundy for all he has given to the Class of 1992. As an educator, advisor, rugby mentor, and friend he approaches everything with zest and vigor. He has given us the extra something that made our years at Temple that much more gratifying. "1 expect a lot from myself," says Dr. Cundy, "and 1 expect others to be equally self-critical." This is a motivating philosophy that has served those who came in contact with him in good stead. As an educator he feels, 'The sum majority of what is learned in medical school is not achieved through lectures alone." Those who were fortunate enough to have interacted with him in small groups or personally, know well his one-to-one style and have seen his commitment to Temple not only as an educator, but also as someone who has been dedicated to the University as a whole for twenty-seven years. "1 consider Temple as part of my family," says Dr. Cundy, and we certainly consider him as part of ours. Long before he knew what a diplococcus was Dr. Cundy lived in the farm belt of South Dakota and grew up in the shadow of the family Guernsey dairy business. He completed his undergraduate training at Stanford and received his Master's Degree in Microbiology at the University of Washington. He earned his Ph.D. in Comparative Pathology (Microbiology) at the University of California (Davis), and in 1965 Dr. Cundy began his postdoctoral fellowship here at Temple in Public Health and Clinical Microbiology, a program he would later come to direct. Here he has remained, proudly serving Temple in many capacities. In addition to his roles as professor and advisor, he serves as Course Director for the Microbiology Course, Chairman of the Second Year Progress Committee, Chairman of the Infection Control Committee, and Hospital Epidemiologist, and has served one term as President of the Medical Faculty Senate and three terms as President of the Temple University Faculty Senate. His enduring commitment to the Medical School has been recognized formally in 1976 andRomance That Began in Okinawa Culminates in Marriage of Rock Springs Girl and Californian Atl Asx«ls Episcopal church In Cannrl, Calif,, was th« scene of an impreunr weddm ceremony at 4 o'clock the afternoon of November 30 when Capt F.lai Scfcia-ctattr of San Fcancoco became the bride of Kenneth R. Cundy of Berkeley. Calif. 1985 with two Golden Apple awards presented by the students in recognition of his teaching. The University has also honored him wilh the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1985 and the prestigious Stauffer Award for Distinguished Faculty Service in 1987. I lis dedication to being involved does not stop with Temple. Dr. Cundy serves on the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Opera Guild, the Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Sketch Club, and the Society Hill Town Watch. His church involvement and activity with their AIDS outreach program only add to this list of accomplishments. Dr. Cundy and Elsie, his wife of 35 years, whom he met when she was an Army nurse and both were in the military service on Okinawa in 1955, reside in their beautifully restored home in the Society Hill section of the city. In 1957 she retired after 22 years in the Nurse Corps, and worked as a nurse at Temple Hospital until her second retirement in 1988. They share pride in the home that they have created and are looking forward to Dr. Gundy's retirement. "Retirement will give us time to spend together," he says. Even as they look forward to new ventures. Dr. and Mrs. Cundy continue to share in all they do for Temple and their rich investment in the community. Dr. Cundy is formally retiring at the end of this year, which will be a great loss to the School of Medicine; however, it will be hard to keep him away. He already has several projects to continue at Temple after retirement. "1 will miss most being able to watch students grow," says Dr. Cundy. "My dual existence at the hospital and med school lets me see them develop into fine clinicians." We owe much of that development to people like him. He takes what ho does seriously, yet his humor and good nature color his demonstrations and even break tensions before exams. He will be sorely missed. Dr. Cundy continues to give much to medical education and for this reason we, the Class of 1992, acknowledge his efforts and kindness by dedicating our yearbook to a man of excellence — Dr. Kenneth R. Cundy.Temple Med Rugby Football Club The 1991-92 Team (missing Rich Hart '92)HOODERS Carson D. Schneck, M.D. J. Robert Troyer, Ph.D. Richard S. Eisenstaedt, M.D. Concetta Harakal, Ph.D.YEARBOOK A Few Thoughts From The Editor.... LICE 1 OF 1 FDMttR Jour years of medical school are done. Hard work and good times were the theme and the style was provided by everyone who invested their time, knowledge, and experience to make it happen. The Class of 1992 has completed the trade school and now with all the necessary tools we prepare to learn something about the practice of medicine. This 68th edition of SKULL is a look back at these four years in a single volume. It contains largely the positive experiences. No attempt was made to embody the sacrifice and effort we have all endured, but rather the faces and names of the people that helped bear the burden. The theme of this book is well represented between its covers, hopefully living true to the rich tradition preceding it. The style is in the variety that everyone contributed, especially the photographs that cue so many memories from the time spent here at Temple. Clearly, there is pride here with this experience. In the words of Ansel Adams: "A picture is worth what no words can say." What has been said with these photos is well worth reading. The tally of everyone involved with this book numbers in the hundreds, yet most of the gratitude for the effort falls on a handful. First, thanks to the Class of 1992 for the Senior Section pages and to the advertisers for their generous support. This is what makes SKULL possible. John developed the Activities Section from start to finish and did a wonderful job. Steve's photographic ability along with all of the photo contributors brought the book together. The color pages speak for themselves and Cate can certainly be proud of that. A special thanks is due Carolyn, Rebecca, Sue and Jan for coming through in a pinch more than once. Jon, Suresh, and Judy put much effort into production. The expert advice from Stan and Gerry is appreciated more than they will ever know and Cheryl Arthur's typesetting remains second-to-none. All of the faculty and staff who have helped so much are greatly appreciated, especially Ms. Gloria Greenberg and Ms. Judy Russo. Dr. Rosen and her entire staff provided much understanding and patience during the course of this project. Topping this thank you list is Marina Cooney. Her friendship, hard work, and commitment to steering the production of this book were invaluable. There would not have been a yearbook without Marina. Everyone involved in preparing SKULL 1992 has given so much of themselves to this project. It is this dedication that gives Temple University School of Medicine a distinct character and the tradition of medical excellence that remains unrivaled. This project is complete. Please support the tradition that continues. Best of luck in the years to come. $ 99 ___And Where They Came From 10 M. . Chmielewski '9211Administration r ' TT Vice President for Health Sciences Center Leon S. Malmud, M.D. Executive Director of Temple University Hospital and Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Center Paul H. Boehringcr Dean and Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Center Allen R. Myers, M.D. Senior Associate Dean Richard Kozcra, M.D. Associate Dean for Curriculum William E. Barry, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Sally Rosen, M.D. Associate Dean for Administration and Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Center Business Affairs Thomas R. Freitag Associate Dean for Resources Stanley J. Mann, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education Robert Smcdley, Ed.D. Assistant Dean For Admissions Ronald F. Tuma, Ph.D. Assistant Dean and Director of the Recruitment, Admissions, Retention Program Charles S. Ireland, Jr. Assistant Dean for Temple at Albert Einstein Medical Center William F. Schulze Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies Dawn B. Marks, Ph.D. Director of the MD Ph.D. Program Peter N. Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. Director of the Library Mark Allen Taylor Director of Admissions and Student Activities Moses L. Williams, Ph.D. Director of Faculty and Student Records M. Judith Russo Executive Director for Development and Medical Alumni Affairs Charles Glanville Director of Medical Communications Stanton W. Saltzman Director of Business Affairs for Health Sciences Center Sandra McDade Director of Clinical Faculty Practice Plans Thomas W. Reinke Director of Administrative Services Rose A. Ferrara Allen R. Myers, M.D. 14 Richard Kozera, M.D.William H. Barry, M.D. Sally Rosen, M.D. Ronald F. Tuma, Ph.D. Charles S. Ireland, Jr. Dawn B. Marks, Fh.D. 15 William F. SchulzeMs. Gloria Greenberg Bursar's Window — Ms. Precilia Richardson 16 Moses L. Williams, Ph.D. Delores Ballard, M. Judith Russo, Margaret Lipsett, Sandy CandeubMs. Hazel Thomas Ms. Helga Sauter Ms. Anne Lewis Ms. Betty Berdel Ms. Sharon Pointer Ms. Mary Jackson Ms. Margaret McChesney 17Medical Communications f Stanton W. Saltzman — Director Cheryl Arthur — Typesetting Otto Lehmann — Photography The Crew — Bill, Hank, Otto, Sharmaine, Ross 18MDL Services GROSS ANATOMY LA 8 Library 19Anatomy » J. Robert Troyer, Ph.D. Chaiman F. David Aker, Ph.D. Mark M. Black, Ph.D. Albert A. Lamperti, Ph.D. Thomas A. Marino, Ph.D. J. Patterson McAllister II, Ph.D. Stuart B. Moss, Ph.D. Patricia J. Olds-Clarke, Ph.D. Joanne M. Orth, Ph.D. Brett A. Oxberry, Ph.D. Laurie G. Paavola, Ph.D. Helen E. Pearson, Ph.D. Steven J. Phillips, M.D. Steven N. Popoff, Ph.D. Carson D. Schneck, M.D. Marvin Sodicoff, Ph.D. Ernest A. Swanson, Jr., Ph.D. John S. Way, Ph.D. Dr. Troyer Dr. Marino What's the name of the nerve with a long course down the thorax? 20Dr. McAllister Stan — always handy with a saw. Are you asking me or telling me? 7™ Floor Kre-sjg 21Dr. Phillips betwixt and between his three flavors of epithelium. The Lunchtime Gathering Dr. Orth Dr. Sodicoff Dr. Paavola No, wait! That's not Paul Stone! Who is that? ....Criminy, I think it's just an air bubble! 22We've got the right one baby — uh huh! Dr. Olds-Clarke Dr. Oxberry Dr. Lamperti Dr. Black 23Biochemistry Premkumar E. Reddy, Ph.D. Chairman David E. Ash, Ph.D. Andrei Z. Budzynski, Ph.D. Jerome L. Gabriel, Ph.D. Charles T. Grubmeyer, Ph.D. James Gurr, Ph.D. J. Kenneth Hoober, Ph.D. Edward P. Kirby, Ph.D. Dawn B. Marks, Ph.D. Warren E. Masker, Ph.D. Ronald A. Pieringer, Ph.D. Colleen M. Smith, Ph.D. Dianne R. Soprano, Ph.D. Barbara L. Stilt, Ph.D. Robert J. Suhadolnik, Ph.D. I Dr. Colleen Smith Dr. Ash 4 r, H 'J3 ?f Si COx A AOK 24 Dr. "Enzim" Plaut ■ Dr. Kirby "Dr. Smith, may I be excused? My brain is full." Dr. Dawn Marks Dr. Pieringer Dr. Suhadolnik 25Dr. Hoober Dr. Gun- Early Biochemists describe the first dirt molecule. Dr. Masker Dr. KirbyDr. "Come Fly with Me" Lynch Physiology Peter R. Lynch, Ph.D. Chairman Steven Driska, Ph.D. James Heckman, Ph.D. Lyle Hom, Ph.D. Steven Houser, Ph.D. A. Marla Kowalska, Ph.D. John Martin, Ph.D. Eileen Mulligan, Ph.D. Stefan Niewiarowski, M.D. Charles Philips, M.S.E. James Ryan, Ph.D. Thomas Shaffer 111, Ph.D. Ronald Tuma, Ph.D. Michael Wang, Ph.D. Roy White, Ph.D. Marla Wolf son, Ph.D. 35 Rent! Mechanisms for Control and Excretion ■ 41 ORTEX OUTER EDULLAj NNER EDULLAOOO Dr. Wang Remember everything I said about the collecting system yesterday...WelL.just reverse everything to the opposite.28 Dr. Shaffer Dr. MulliganSTROKE VOLUME (ml) Dr. Gault, putting in a little extra effort. Thank you. 29Microbiology Immunology Toby K. Eisenstein, Ph.D. Acting Chairman Robert Baum, Ph.D. Susan Bock, Ph.D. Helen Buckley, Ph.D. Walter Ceglowski, Ph.D. Yung-Wu Chen, Ph.D. Kenneth Cundy, Ph.D. Lolita Daneo-Moore, Ph.D. Earl Henderson, Ph.D. Michael Higgins, Ph.D. Walter Long, Ph.D. David Mosser, Ph.D. Leonard Pakman, Ph.D. Patrick Piggot, Ph.D. Thomas Rogers, Ph.D. Arthur Schwartz, Ph.D. Gerald Shockman, Ph.D. Kenneth Soprano, Ph.D. Allan Truant, Ph.D. Norman Willett, Ph.D. Leonard Zubrzycki, Ph.D. Dr. Eisenstein ''Aaaa'.Lookcul everyone! Q covershp! Life on a microscope slide Alright, who drew the Smiley Face! 30Have I shown you my safari slides yet?! Dr. Blank Dr. Buckleynucleus ' volulm gronulet blephoroplost kmetoplost Dr. Mosser Dr. Piggot $ undulofing membrane posterior end parabasal body] trypanosomal form flagellum 32 Dr. Truant 33 Dr. Higgins Dr. Rogers ■l.TTPathology Henry Simpkins, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman Raul Dcla Cadcna, M.D. Nahum J. Duker, M.D. I. Bruce Elfenbein, M.D. Paul A. Farber, Ph.D. Bruce I. Goldman, M.D. Grace G. Hartman, M.D. Eugene M. Hoonig, M.D. Pen-Ming L. Ming, M.D. Si-Chun C. Ming, M.D. Paul B. Putong, M.D. Sally Rosen, M.D. Francesca Ruggiero, M.D. Chik-Kwun Tang, M.D. John M. Wurzel, M.D. James Wurzel having a malignant thought. "I wish they all could be California girls." The Doctors Ming |T7 Dr. Ruggiero Dr. Hoenig 35Pharmacology J. Bryan Smith, Ph.D. Chairman Martin Adler, Ph.D. Barrie Ashby, Ph D. Alan Cowan, Ph.D. James Daniel, Ph D. Concetta Harakal, Ph.D. Lee-Yuan Liu-Chcn, Ph.D. James MeEUigott, Ph.D. Leon Salganicoff, D.Sc. Mary Selak, Ph.D. Michael Sirover, Ph.D. Gerald Sterling, Ph D. Ronald Tallarida, Ph.D. George Van Rossum, Ph.D. Dr. Smith Initial reactions to The Class of 1992Dr. Cowan ch3 Caffeine — The best part of waking up. 37 Dr. Black Dr. SalganicoffPrimary Care John Fryer, M.D. M. Donald Baxter, M.D. Behavioral Sciences John Benson, M.D. John Fryer, M.D. PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGY =--- ENVIRONMENT Were we suppose to use this with real patients? 38Clinical Decision-Making David Gary Smith, M.D. Physical Diagnosis Ellen Tedaldi, M.D. 39Anesthesiology Christer Carlsson, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman Gary Atkinson, D.O. Rodger E. Barnette, M.D. Neil W. Brister, M.D. Anne Marie Carey, M.D. Suzane Cooper, M.D. Deborah Davis, M.D. Sarah Fisher, M.D. Nancy B. Kenepp, M.D. Paul H. Kornak, M.D. Russell Levin, M.D. David A. Lopresti, M.D. David A. Lowe, M.D. Timothy J. O'Grady, M.D. Joseph Onishchuk, D.O. Caroline A. Pasquariello; M.D. Gertrude Pruckmayi , M.D. Scott A. Schartel, D.O. Christine M. Schlichting, M.D. Roy E. Schwartz, M.D. Margaret Schwedler-Kerstein, M.D. Stephen A. Stayer, M.D. Woodrow W. Wendling, M.D. Dr. Pruckmayr 40 Dr. Barnette, Dr. Brister, Dr. LevinDr. Wendling holding his "Woody" meeting Dr. Kenepp 41Diagnostic Imaging Leon S. Malmud, M.D. Acting Chairman David S. Ball, D.O. Akbar Bonakdarpour, M.D. Dina F. Caroline, M.D. N. David Charkes, M.D. Huynh T. Doan, M.D. Mary S. Fisher, M.D. Arnold C. Friedman, M.D. Evan Geller, M.D. Rosaleen B. Gcmbala-Parsons, M.D. Linda C. Knight, Ph.D. Te-Hua Liu, M.D. Michael B. Love, M.D. Alan H. Maurer, M.D. Mohammed Mcsgarzadeh, M.D. Paul D. Radecki, M.D. George Revesz, Ph.D. Francis J. Shea, M.D. Robert G. Stern, M.D. Theodore Villafana, Ph.D. Michael A. Villani,M.D. Richard A. Vitti, M.D. Barbara J. Wolfson, M.D. Marvin C. Ziskin, M.D. Dr. Radecki 42 Go ahead and make our day!Dr. Love 43 Dr. FisherInternal Medicine Sidney Cohen, M.D. Chairman Richard D. Berkowitz, M.D. Richard S. Eisenstaedt, M.D. Robert A. Feldman, M.D. Deborah L. Morley, Ph.D. Victor J. Navarro, M.D. John H. Powers, M.D. Ronald N. Rubin, M.D. Dr. Cohen, Chairman CARDIOLOGY Alfred A. Bove, M.D. Section Chief Susan C. Brozena, M.D. James A. Burke, M.D. William G. Combs, M.D. Daniel S. Contrafatto, M.D. Ezra Deutsch, M.D. Christopher L. Hansen, M.D. Michael T. McDonough, M.D. Ioannis P. Panidis, M.D. Ileana L. Pina, M.D. Pia S. Pollack, M.D. Andrew L. Smith, M.D. Howard F. Warner, M.D. David H. Wiener, M.D. Dr. Berkowitz, Student Health Dr. Eisenstaedt Dr. Rubin 44  Dr. Wiener and Dr. Brozena playing Cardiologists Dr. McDonough, Cardiology Dr. Bove, Cardiology 45DERMATOLOGY Mary Knepp, M.D. Section Chief Ronald E. Davies, Ph.D. Paul D. Forbes, Ph.D. Mahendra K. Logant, Ph.D. Stanley J. Mann, Ph.D. EMERGENCY MEDICINE Frederic H. Kauffman, M.D. Section Chief Anthony F. Cardell, M.D. Glenn Freas, M.D. Richard A. Harrigan, M.D. David J. Karras, M.D. Marjorie Lazoff, M.D. Philip C. VanDongen, M.D. ENDOCRINE METABOLISM Guenther H. Boden, M.D. Section Chief E. Victor Adlin, M.D. Bertram J. Channick, M.D. James H. Hayes, M.D. Allan D. Marks, M.D. Dr. Kauffman, Section Chief Dr. Freas, Emergency Medicine 46v:wi- Dr. Marks, Endocrine Metabolism 47GASTROENTEROLOGY Robert S. Fisher, M.D. Section Chief Martin Black, M.D. Marta A. Dabezies, M.D. Benjamin Krevsky, M.D. Carrie P. Ogorek, M.D. Henry P. Park man, M.D. GENERAL INTERNAL Ellen Tedaldi, M.D. Section Chief Diane L. Dietzen, M.D. Nancy L. Graboyes, M.D. Yolanda 1. Mapp, M.D. Peter A. Merkel, M.D. Diana M. Morgenstern, M.D. Marc A. Rabinowitz, M.D. HEMATOLOGY Robert Colman, M.D. Section Chief H. James Day, M.D. A. Koneti Rao, M.D. Peter N. Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. R. Fisher, Section Chief 48Dr. Dabezies Dr. Black fis Dr. Krevsky Dr. Rao 49INFECTIOUS DISEASE Bennett Lorber, M.D. Section Chief Peter Axelrod, M.D. Thomas Fekete, M.D. Byungse Suh M.D. Robert M. Swenson, M.D. NEPHROLOGY Christine P. Bastl, M.D. Section Chief Martin Goldberg, M.D. Michael Heifcts, M.D. Ellie Kelepouris, M.D. Louis J. Riley, Jr., M.D. Gerri A. Schulman, M.D. ONCOLOGY John S. MacDonald, M.D. Section Chief Rita S. Axelrod, M.D. Kathleen A. Havalin, M.D. Thomas R. Klumpp, M.D. Kenneth F. Mangan, M.D. Sandra F. Schnall, M.D. CH, SO,H ; H—r—N b n r? C—NH—• -I y : 7 HjN' Aztreonam Dr. Suh, Infectious Disease Dr. Fekete, Infectious Disease 50 Dr. Lorber, Infectious Disease Basic penicillin structurePCO? mm Hg Drs. Heifets, Schulman, and Goldberg Dr. Axelrod, Oncology Dr. Havalin, Oncology 51 Dr. Schnall, OncologyPULMONARY Steven G. Kelsen, M.D. Section Chief Gerard J. Crincr, M.D. Gilbert E. D'Alonzo, D.O. Friedrich Kueppers, M.D. Issam A. Mardini, M.D. Paul S. Richman, M.D. Kenneth A. Tolep, M.D. RHEUMATOLOGY Charles D. Tourtcllotte, M.D. Section Chief Steven N. Berney, M.D. Douglas Conaway, M.D. Deborah M. DeMarco, M.D. Allen R. Myers, M.D. Dr. Kelsen, Section Chief Dr. Kueppers, Pulmonary 52 Dr. Tourtellotte, Section Chief Dr. Criner Dr. Berney Testing whether laughter IS the best medicine. 53 Dr. ConawayNeurology Jeffery I. Greenstein, M.D. Chairman H. Branch Coslett, M.D. Guillermo A. DeLeon, M.D. Shari M. DeSilva, M.D. Dara G. Jamieson, M.D. Ramon Manon-Espailliat, M.D. Mark L. Moster, M.D. Dr. Moster u'—i Dr. Coslett 54Neurosurgery William Buchheit, M.D. Chairman David Andrews, M.D. Karin Bterbraucr, M.D. Paul Kanev, M.D. Robert Rosenwasser, M.D. Raymond Truex, Jr., M.D. 55Obstetrics Gynecology E. Albert Reece, M.D. Chairman Danielle Blake, M.D. Margot Bradley, MSN Ashwin Chatwani, M.D. Jeanne Coulehan, MSN Marvin Grody, M.D. Parviz Hanjani, M.D. Denise Hartman, M.D. Dimitrios Mastrogiannis, M.D., Ph.D. Michele Preminger, M.D. VVael Salameh, M.D. Ann Sweeney, CNM Barbara Wesley, M.D. Katherine Winkler, MSN Ying King Wu, M.D. Ricardo Yazigi, M.D. James Young, M.D. Dr. Recce, Abraham Roth Professor Dr. Wesley, Perinatologist 56Dr. Filosa 57S3 Dr. Mastrogiannis, Perinatologist Dr. Blake, Perinatologist Future Faculty 58Ophthalmology Guy Chan, M.D. Chairman Joseph Kubacki, M.D. Stephen Wong, M.D. Hey, six eyes.. Drs. Chan and Wong 59Orthopedic Surgery Michael Clancy, M.D. Chairman Philip Alburger, M.D. Randal Betz, M.D. Robert Campo, Ph.D. David Clements, M.D. Norman Johanson, M.D. John Kelly, M.D. Paul Marchetto, M.D. Ray Moyer, M.D. Theodore Qucdenfeld, M.Ed. Edward Resnick, M.D. Joseph Thoder, M.D. 60 Dr. Clements Dr. BetzOtorhinolaryngology Bronchoesophagology Max Ronis, M.D. Chairman Ellen Dcutsch, M.D. Glenn Isaacson, M.D. William Martin, Ph.D. Rose Mohr, M.D. Dr. Mohr 61t y ,r Y . Cf nr P0 x 3 Y vi_ - y'o 10 , so a - M• , q. V v vU St k ' ■ ch3-d;aMi , Mar,eA A OvC V. O r oo 'c Ki'cy. ’r- rv»A , vinc'. t?oernc ' _ rDr. Draper "So Doctor...Let's begin with your years at Temple Medical School."Psychiatry students ar :rtg humor» 5 f Radiation neology Patrick R.M tu Cl- ™‘Tt'omas,M.D -"airman rdL Riley ph D Glonrt L'r S,i.VCrm‘,n' M.D. Glenda R. Smith, M.D. Dr. Silverman Rehabilitation Medicine James Demopoulos, M.D. Chairman Andrea E. Brown, M.D. Stephen R. Caspar, M.D. Nathaniel H. Mayer, M.D. Michael M. Weinik, M.D. 65 Or. Brown.Surgery Wallace P. Ritchie, Jr., M.D. Chairman CARDIOTHORACIC V. Paul Addonizio, M.D. Section Chief Jeffery Alpern, D.O. James McClurken, M.D. GENERAL SURGERY Willis Maier, M.D. Section Chief Juan Asensio, M.D. Francis Au, M.D. Michael Badellino, M.D. Robert Buckman, M.D. Daniel Dempsey, M.D. Carol Fisher, B.A. Robert I larwick, M.D. John Meilahn, M.D. PLASTIC SURGERY Amitabha Mitra, M.D. Section Chief Lyle Back, M.D. Adrian Lo, M.D. VASCULAR SURGERY Anthony Comerota, M.D. Section Chief Julietta Grosh, M.D. John White, M.D. Dr. Ritchie 66 Dr. MaierDr. Alpern Dr. Comerota Dr. Au Dr. Grosh 671 ft Dr. McClurken U 68 Dr. Dempsey Dr. AsensioDr. Han no Dr. Seidmon Urology Philip Hanno, M.D. Chairman Lester Karafin, M.D. A. Richard Kendall, M.D. Hyman Rabinovitch, M.D. Michael R. Ruggieri, Ph.D. Edward J. Seidmon, M.D. Dr. KendallPediatrics St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Iain F.S. Black, M.D. Chairman Adamadia Deforest, Ph.D. Paula M. Hale, M.D. Anthony A. Luberti, M.D. BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT Maureen A. Fee, M.D. CARDIOLOGY Richard M. Donner, M.D. Section Chief David Burton, M.D. Alexander Davidson, M.D. Lloyd Marks, M.D. Anna C. Oriordan, M.D. ENDOCRINOLOGY Ira) Rezvani, M.D. GASTROENTEROLOGY Jonathan A. Flick, M.D. Section Chief Vanessa Z. Ameen, M.D. GENERAL PEDIATRICS Charles Reed, M.D. Section Chief City Banan, M.D. Paula K. Braverman, M.D. Lillian E. Chin, M.D. Mark D. Joffe, M.D. Charles A. Omdal, M.D. Pensri A. Wanglec, M.D. James F. Wiley II, M.D. 70 Vi Dr. Banan, General Pediatrics Dr. Kaiser, Nephrology 71 Dr. Chin, General PediatricsGENETICS Kathleen E. Toomey, M.D. Section Chief Mark H. Grossman, Ph.D. Hope H. Punnett, Ph.D. HEMATOLOGY Marie J. Stuart, M.D. Section Chief Carlton Dampier, M.D. Gregory E. Halligan, M.D. B. Yamaja Setty, Ph.D. IMMUNOLOGY Harold W. Lischner, M.D. Section Chief INFECTIOUS DISEASE Sarah S. Long, M.D. Section Chief Margaret C. Fisher, M.D. NEONATOLOGY S. David Rubinstein, M.D. Section Chief Marjorie Curtis-Cohcn, M.D. Helena E. Friss, M.D. Leonard S. Goldsmith, D.O. |ay S. Greenspan, M.D. James Kirk, D.O. Robert G. Locke, D.O. Eileen E. Tyrala, M.D. Amy Zucker, M.D. NEPHROLOGY J. Hobart Baluarte, M.D. Section Chief Bruce A. Kaiser, M.D. Martin S. Polinsky, M.D. Seth L. Schulman, M.D. RADIOLOGY Marie A. Capitanio, M.D. Eric N. Faerber, M.D. S. Bruce Greenburg, M.D. Eleanor M. Smcrgel, M.D. Dr. Chin and Dr. Omdal Dr. Rezvani, Endocrinology 72Dr. Wanglee, General Pediatrics y Dr. Joffe, General Pediatrics Dr. Fisher and Dr. Long, Infectious Disease - NEUROLOGY Warren D. Grover, M.D. Section Chief Catherine M. Foley, M.D. Tatiana Kudrjvacev, M.D. Agustin Legido, M.D. Daniel K. Miles, M.D. OPHTHALMOLOGY Lois J. Martyn, M.D. PATHOLOGY J. DeChadarevian, M.D. Nelly Karmazin, M.D. PULMONARY Daniel V. Schidlovv, M.D. Chairman Julian L. Allen, M.D. Brad E. Alpert, M.D. Edward W. Hein, M.D. Howard B. Panitch, M.D. GENERAL SURGERY Deborah Billmire, M.D. Stephen Dunn, M.D. Charles Vinocur, M.D. William Weintraub, M.D. CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY Rohinton Balsara, M.D. Jeffrey Dunn, M.D. Pierantoni Russo, M.D. Dr. DiGeorge and Dr. Smith — Two of the many "greats" of St. Chris 74Dr. Baluarte, Nephrology V - Dr. Cote, General Pediatrics The reason behind their greatness. 75The Affiliates The Albert Einstein Medical Center Anesthesia Medicine II Obstetrics and Gynecology Pediatrics Psychiatry Surgery Senior Electives Sub-Internships Dept, of Internal Medicine 7677 Dr. Levine, Dept, of Gastroenterology Dr. Hugo Smith, Dept, of PediatritsDr. Yeh, Chairman Dept, of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. Fink, Chairman Dept, of Psychiatry Dr. Somers, Chairman Dept, of Surgery Two Geniuses of the 20th Century 78 Abington Memorial Hospital Anesthesia Medicine II Obstetrics and Gynecology Surgery Senior Electives Sub-Internships St. Luke’s Hospital Anesthesia Medicine II Obstetrics and Gynecology Senior Electives 79Mercy Hospital of Scranton Moses Taylor Hospital Medicine II Senior Electives Sub-Internships Mercy Hospital Moses Taylor Hospital The Reading Hospital and Medical Center Medicine II Psychiatry Surgery Senior Electives Sub-Internships 80The Germantown Hospital and Medical Center Senior Electives Sub-Internships Fox Chase Cancer Center Senior Electives Sub-Internships 81Symbolism -------------------------------------------■--------- Symbols provide recognition. Long before medical school we realized the symbols for medicine by just entering a doctor's office. Traditionally, the medical profession has adopted the caduceus with entwined snakes around a winged staff. Actually this staff is attributed to the Greek god Hermes, the messenger and sometimes boyish thief! Waving his herald wand, he would guide lost souls to their destinations. He also represents travel and occasionally assumes the role as fertility god. Quite an impressive repertoire, yet little to do with medicine. One possible explanation for the relationship between Hermes and medicine is the similarity between I Iermes and Apollo in the ancient myth. Apollo was certainly a skilled physician and was sometimes known by the name Medicus, so the sometimes interchangeable Hermes and Apollo in the verbal legends may account for the caduceus and its association with medicine and healing. Whatever the reason, this symbol persists as our icon and is formally adopted by the U.S. Army Medical Corps. Another symbol recognized by our profession is that of a branch with a single snake wound around it. This is the staff of Aesculapius (a.k.a. Asclepius), son to Apollo and also a prominent physician god in the Greek myth. Aesculapius was born to the goddess Coronis and following in his father's profession trained in the art of medicine under the wise centaur Chiron. He 82learned quickly and went out with his snaked staff to perform many heroic deeds. The recurring snake theme is explained by Aesculapius who held snakes sacred for their ability to heal and renew’ themselves by shedding their skin. Aesculapius met his unfortunate demise from a lightning bolt forged by the Cyclops. Zeus commanded this act because poor Aesculapius brought Uippolytus back from the dead as a result of desperate pleas from the goddess Artemis. This could be the mythical basis for modern day malpractice and certainly one of the earliest wrongful life suits to be tried. All was not lost as Aesculapius fathered several physician offspring before his death, including Machaon (from the Iliad) and his daughter Hygeia. His staff persists as a symbol and is recognized as the American Medical Association logo. Myth is of interest for establishing a basis for what we do, but the symbols we use separate from their origin carry real meaning in our modern day culture. They represent and embody professions, philosophies, and cultural values that are commonly shared by the people that recognize them within a society. 83Med Notes CALVIN WAKES f mta T AhV RKDGWUai F A! lKS SME T 0 ANTENNA£. V „ DISGUSTING Wfc OOZES OUT Of BEO ON A TOA'L OF SLIME. LACKING AS{V$ AN} l£GS WONN'.KlCAL'JIN pvt on aKCnI VCUW SSoV VET? VOJAAE SO SLUGWSW IN 1 t MOBNiNG! The reason why half the class never shows up for 8 AM lectures. Physiology Friday 4 7 A9 11:00-13tOO Dro. Schaffmr and Kuaa R(v«w«D $ «•• t Sen w I’hK •••Hold-ovar from tha 10:00 lecture""" Dr. Bob was eating a scrumptious blueberry muffin, so tha corresponding slide presentation vas slightly delayed. let me take this time to remind you that Dr. Paul Stone's new preaa and la deetlned to topple the New York Times' beat-seller list. Read about "cabbage ■ beer and asphalt cookies - Try to fit these into your dietary analysis. I'm sure Paul will be more than happy to autograph your copy and add any of a number of witty anecdotes. PATHOLOGY NEOPLASIA: HISTOGENESIS S.C. KINO SEPT. 11, 19»» (9-10PH) if- MC f fAf iinr wwn " ' ' Don’t It stink? Ny nase ain't Kichael, I don't got no twin in the class. I don't even gat mixed up vid no one. I got no dry underwear (Thanks Playboy Bob) and 1 can't even spell petuilon, pltlehun, you know, a list that people sign. To top it all off I got to live with Sigmund Saul (Just kiddin big guy). I navar ask for soney in class. I nsvsr say bad words in sy notes and I evan like girl doctors. Then why le it that no on asks ms to scribe tbelp notes Tor 'em. Do X got to make enemies to get a call? Enough advertising. I'll get to the lecture. End of year ballots have been tabulated and the awards art: 1st Amendment Award: Sarah Flanders and Jon Strober For refusing to ceneor the Kednotes, no natter how tasteless or poorly written they were. 1st Place Connunity Service Award: Mike Sabel For his many of hours volunteering et the "Help Mike Sabel and anyone remotely related to Mike Sabel" canpeign. 2nd Place Connunity Service Award:Mark Sulkowski,Chris Weibel and Pick Shernan. For contributing nore than $10,000 to the Autonobilo Thieves of Anerica (ATA). 3rd Place Connunity Service Award: Broad Street Brawlers (Mike Sabel: nanager). For contributing largo suns of noney, and hitting on large numbers of vonen at nany of Phila's finest bars and clubs. Mr. Temple University School of Medicine: Paul Stone. For his unwavering commitment to classes, and his cxesplary behavior at school and throughout the connunity. Mon of the Year: Gemma Rasnus (sorry If X spelled your nane wrong Mrs. Rasnus). Schick Sharp Razor Award: Bobby Ortiz and Amit Prasad. For always having that just shaved look. The Phoniest Name Award: Dan Shade To Morris Lefkowitz for using the nane Dan Shade for an entire year. Did you really think people would believe your name is "Dan Shade"? The Most Likely to be a Sturgeon Award: Howard Riina To the most eager and scalpel-hungry 1st year, always willing to go that oxtra mile, and always tactfully adding thoughtful insights to lecture discussions. Everyone have a great summer,’see you all next year. The Management CT nftV Primary Care Community Oriented Primary Cere Dr. Baxter 8-29-89; 2:00 p.m. Susanne Cofcov (Sue Coffey and Roseann Covatte) 9( (a) Tha Carsonoma virus attaches to a medical student by the tail libers; the action ol enzymes In the tail plate enables the phage DNA to enter the student through the noseNote: Don't forget to sign up with me (Michael Sabel) if you want to be in the "Last Teaple Holiday Show of the Eighties and With A Little Luck...Ever." It should prove to be a blockbuster of a show. The line-up so far is as follows: 1) The Comedy Stylings of Rick Lanzi. 2) The Rugby Tean Interpretation of Swan Lake. 3) Howard Riina: The man and the poetry. 4) The finals of the Bergey Martin arm-wrestling chanpionship. 5} Dr. Bob's Amazing Audio-Visual light show. 6) Dr. Hoenig's recital of the holiday favorite, "Santa and his life-threatening bout with spongiform encephalopathy: the year Christmas was so depressing, 16 elves shot themselves." 7) Dr. Higgins who will pull not one, not two, but THREE live hookworms out of his nose. 8) the AMWA chorus line 9) the Jewish Medical Society break-dancers 10) The Christian Medical Society Orchestra led by Jonathon "BUD" Lelser. 11) Stupid Pet Tricks with Melvin the Wonderdog. 12) Bill Hennessey will defend his WWF Championship Belt against Macho Man Andrew Jung. 13) The acrobatic backrow feats of The Flying Italians. 14) Brian and Cathy Holloway doing couples ice-skating. 15) Paul Stone and Pete Roberts doing "Our Favorite Lines from Cheers." 16) Jeff Burket and Rebecca Nelson in scenes from "Our Town". 17) Poor, underprivileged children singing Christmas carols while dressed in Charles Dicken's clothing and looking terribly hungry (always a tear-jerker). Unofficial Mednote Scribing Survey (please return to mailbox 126) The results will be published in an upcoming issue of mednotes. 1) I prefer __Outlino form __Paragraph form __Who cares as long as there are complete sentences __I don't even need complete sentences 2) If a teacher reads straight from the handout, the scribe should __Scribe it anyway _.Simply put a note saying "The teacher read word for word", and then just include corrections. __Other 3) Humor in the mednotes __Has no place. __Is necessary, but should be tactful. —Should hurt as many genders, racial groups, religious beliefs, and individuals as possible. 4) Leah Jenkin's hair __Looks better worn up. __Looks better worn down. __would look better dyed purple. 5) The noise in the back of the class __Kelps to keep me awake in the morning. __Should stop since it prohibits me from learning. __Jf you can't stand the smell, don't live next to a pig farm. 6) What percentage of the questions asked you think the person already knows the during answer lecture do to? 7) How do you spell Kwazi's last name? 8) Chris Weibel _J Ooked better without the beard Looks good with the beard Attention Class of ’92: At 3:00 pm (11 20 89) there will be a brief but very important meeting for those of you who have not been offended by Paul Stone. Refreshments will be served. A cookie and a half a glass of soda should be enough for everyone. M 223D 85Pharmacology: Lab Exercise in Platelet Aggregation April 16th, 1990 10:00-11:00am For the first 40 minutes of class, we tried to fill in results of a lab as described in the accompanying handout. We were supposed to actually do the lab. but they didn't want to expose us to more blood than they had to. so they bagged the idea. Thus, we had to fill in the —number -by guessing -what we think should happen, based on .our — knowledge of coagulation chemistry. Of the 40 students that bothered to show up: 15 actually tried to do it. Of these 15; 9 realized it was futile 6 refused to admit that, and continued plugging away 3 discussed past and future rugby games. 2 started discussing their trip to Cancun, and then remembered that they were bound by sacred oath not to. 5 paged through lingerie catalogues trying to decide, "what Jeff would like, what Tony would like, etc..." 3 read the paper. I did a crossword puzzle. 1 planned a verbal assault on the professor for after class. 2 just sat there with a catatonic expression on their faces. 4 slept 3 left to get pretzels and sodas. 1 was just there to scribe for the mednotes. Page 1 fo 13 Pulnonary Pathophysiology: Respiratory Muscles Dr. c. J. Criner 2 5 90 ll:00an-12:00p8 Trish Ellis Lecturs not reviewed Pharmacology Dr.Subliminal 2-23-90 9:00-10:00 Scribe:Paul Andrew Stone I would like to apologize for the delay in getting your ■ednotes to you, 1 have been very ill, if you have any questions .please feel free to call Be. Thanks. Sorry for the delay people.Typing binds se. ftMSIWT WIUM no 1 ■ft K. There are two people I would like to take this opportunity to thank. Adam for his fine schedules, which keep us all organized. Bob for helping out with the audio-visuals and being such a good sport. 86Physiology Page 1 of 100 February 9, 1989(10-11 AM) Dr. wang ScribeiRick Sherman Proofread by Dr. Wang Dr. Wang began by explaining a game that can be played during any Biochem. or Physio, lecture. Squid Bingo 1. Minimum number of players- 4 2. Each player makes a list of sixteen med school squids: those people who always ask long detailed questions that show that they have come to lecture prepared, or who quote from scientific journals.You know,like Paul Stone or Pete Roberts 3. Each player draws a 4x4 grid on a piece of paper and randomly fills in the boxes with the names of the squids. 4. During lecture, each player crosses off the name of the squid as that person asks the professor a question. 5. The first player to get four across,down or diagonal stands up and yells "Squid Bingo" and receives fabulous prizes. oi WIN BJC DIO PRIZES vis BIS BIS PRIZES Veil with tha new frenzy aweeplng tlx City I thought that It eight he fun to iui one of y . . A: you ell know we have a nuober of Squids, in our clast: Mar.y people in our clast have a few • isconceptions about Squids, I think it is high tire that we all learn a little bit sore about our fellow MollusAs. All correctly answered quizzes will be thrown into a pot end the winner drawn on May 2nd at Crls party at the Beverly Hills Bar and Or 111. Return you answers to ae by Kay 2nd 12: Bp». 1st prize 1 Hour Private Tutoring session with Or. Vang (Squid Master 1 2nd Prize - New Meta Hat 3rd Prize - ? Special Mystery Gift 2 question 1 1 are ic-lype OueMlor. li if you were a squid »,,jj your A) Sit in the front 4 ro«i of the class rooa in every lecture Bl Clala that you love Physiology, because there It not that auch vors to do. C Ask stupid q-estloi.s. When the lecture it already IS aitutas evertiaa. P) Clala that the Physiology department It being run by Coaaunlst and Marl's. Question 2: At A Squid many things are said about you, but in actuality you are AI Busing promoter Con Sing. II A close ftleoJ of Pat Robertson. Cl C.rrently dating Vjnna White. M An overachiever vlth an ego bigger than the land bought in the Louisians purchase. Question Jt Squid Nobbles: ............. AI Highlight and tnen outline all JA r.k articles - 1 Pesd the sports section. Cl Study for hoards on the I tee veakands. 0 Go to Rattles. get dtun , and get laid Question 4 Itiue falsei ____ Squids Oet I Mrs of sleep each night. ft ft j? . ft At this point, Doans Rosen and Smith spoke before the class. Those speeches are reproduced here: Rosen: Sorry to keep you from your break, but I understand that there are some problems with one of the student-run organizations that has caused sore tensions in the class. We are sorry to see this. Wo Just want you remind you that you are a part of a medical school and a university that prides itself on the diversity of the students. We pride ourselves also on your excel lance, and when wo speak of excellence we are talking not just about academic but also the ability to show professional behavior and respect for others. There have been some problems, there has been sore humor, and wo all under stress use hunor as an escape but humor is not acceptable when it offends others. Under the university's policies, r.o group is going to be permitted to function here at this school if it infringes upon the enjoyment of other students on the basis of their race, sex, national origin or physical handicaps. Smith: We have to have ways to blow off steam. We have to watch every so often in the dean's office on what we comment back and forth but we have to watch our manners too. It is all part of being professional and I gather that some of the notes have not been as above the board, I am not sure what the Jockstrap organization is. It is important, we don't like to be judges at all. I have a responsibility that you probably have road about concerning the fitness of professional responsibility and if there are enough actions after some due warnings I have to take people before the promotions committoe if I continue to have responses that you are not performing in a professional and mature fashion. You are part of the profession now. Some of you wear hats that is really not that polite for those of us down here. You are part of the profession, and we want you to be part of the profession, but it is very important that you learn how to ventilate and to blow off steam, but it is important that you have respect for your classmates as we have respect for you. Codspeed. MU Wtt iWjWT CV -» nm. .r AurwyvcM suin' nfi noun C fUM. K'O! fa 4 A C WWT Wen - wnrw ceuwa OC« XJtKVXr Recent. ai£o qt£s £ p fioht? will) ti l Ml r t cam HSf'tim ft NOT hftm 1MTR W? (T tLf S sn utti The Sqttqm line is.... Why Beer Is Better Than Women OSt Op'fWJlOi ay y.» . w. .OIM. 'Aviw ttM W M4 . ouui ■hi Of'.nows lVt a - - 2 5 £ { 0" U,»JJ.k4 Cey rA o rte Z M S Ac on tf t c tforfjo4 breves S «. ior.be scrt Xe. My ' oet ' S et S HAq trckyeS ' £ cmaioUf. o«s‘ t" 2 10% t ,s of Per, ,f you acf .gou ’ ce -7« r »Z»r) +»? 4 t Air k 1. -Z'oemfy Jon JUkif Si'mt P +cjfr$ Rdy Rfcft ( foctf ' •' r oAtreS PS. 1%'S oc t o. Htd esxA st'vent, Endocrlnolgy May 17, 1989 8:00-9:00 are Reproductive cycle Bribe Scribe: Michael Scott Sabel Dear Friends, I'■ that all of you realize that that "Note to Kadnotes Subscribers" that appeared on one of »y past entries was not serious. While I an the greatest bribe scribe that ever lived the staff of reednotes 92 did not officially endorse as «Uch’ They wanted to, but they felt it wasn't right somehow. Also, the 101 discount that was offered was also not serious, in fact, I will have to start charging $25.00 per scribe to cover the court fees and lawyers' costs that I am incurring due to rey upcoming trial. Thank you for your support. Now, on with the reednotes. Physiology Acids and Bases cont. Kay 17, 1989 9:00-10:00 am Renegade Bribe Scribe: The Outlaw Kike Sabel Prior to today's lecture, Leah gave an inspirational speech to the class about the behavior of a few rotten apples. I would have reproduced the speech word for word, but it was not copied. Thus I will summarize it: Chill out people. Some of you are bugging out and with 24 days to go, there is no reason for all this stress. Just remember that all men are pigs and let it go at that. Otherwise you are going to be candidates for a serious nervous breakdown. After the speech there was a roar of applause and a standing ovation by 90-95% of the class. RENAT. CONTROL OF ACTn-RlSF RfcTANCF ENDOCRINOLOGY: REVIEW DR. LITWAK WEDNESDAY 5 24 89 9-10 AM BRSCR: Nancy J. Martin for Dave Kramer ' Wr V» r oM«r Vlon a c «Wn fc'V Mr W, 4 a win rvMlA v rvo-red, kti Wn fr.,« aj.voov yw.d.ur Ru ' '•» U«Vun rwould Ty r'or’ » « ■« K-rj Jt M»a x i « » ytot huim | ♦ "«» «, • .««+(•« ‘wi% U.f HW W.WlrNj ... o Ww l, («a v» Varul't •" 'u wu W- v fn C Sod . «... f»'y AMtlMlV", a.»«r..f«,u j« » v» v« o.t U.V«4 H-« Mlll g V.»r iuVil ar4 l i wS W' aJ., W r p. 4ur«. w H f“ «• ' U«Svrt dt »«J .vn. W l « MA«» J ' Vm l 50 3 V v' 'Jsu • cd.oliuJ V».V 7 J t , . . Wt wU «V“V» Wert W.V Wart «« Note: This is my final scribe for the 1988-89 season. I could use this space to get some final "licks in", but ay lawyers have recommended that I avoid doing so until things cool down, and certain parties enter under the care of a licensed psychiatrist. Until next year, I wish all the best to the entire class of 1992, regardless of sex, race, religion, creed, physical handicap or mental instability. Have a great summer. s »V ...II 0 'Sok U L —w,Ju c •1 •v'3 You tired senbe, r - ( for "ana V THthihththat’s All Folks!!!!!!!!!!! 89Perceptions • • • • 90.... after hours v 91THE WAY WE WERE ° A xV v « « « o 1 «i ao 93 • « a A," M H vf A w 1 M w OJ rt r ft a r4 - .A O VJir. ? w »s 1 n « a AtjAl « « J 91 9) M 5 on A A A 2 a 3 ' VIA a n • -A- r W ■»' 9) 3 A a n a ' ’ cJ 05 M M M a a o 7 xit j3 . 93 1 0 a-v1 .v 4 ■• I « ■» tA n n a Jr 3 « 3 a r 91 ft —” « ,fto a v 1 « « 1 a L J A a " a 1 A 3 _, lk , r « a a « OJ Q § r«-1 « « y w A, , j| 0 1 A •i 92AH ft 0 ' O C c: ft -ft 1?% ? f § n a a i a a o a a vV- - ai M 3 k D 0 r a 1 w •n ft US US H 'Jf M ■ -r ' ft .0. i A ° o r- S t « »i « 5 A 6 § • iri .O. j i o • i 9 0 r vj % ft', a v7 v» r n « w ft A LJfc 1. .1 JL A at es rJ L, ft ft ft f'P ui n s'; « u n ,-i j 9 « 3 ft | m 0 4 -v a i »l I OJ ft ft ft u % 931— Eddie Michel 2— Dave Rosenthal 3— Chris Weibel 4— Elizabeth Bergey 5— Stephanie Allison 945— 9596975— 9899 'V100The first auto-rhinoplasty Jerry stands confident that he has converted Wilma to a Mets fan. 101Some of the finest dining on North Broad Street. 102You’re going to put the eight ball where? After an impressive struggle this mighty birch met its match. By attendance criteria, this shot dates early in the semester. 103Oh, pllleasse. Just get out your checkbook A practical challenge of the neurologic axis. 104105 Variations of a theme — Cowabunga Dudes!106Not much atmosphere, but damn white undies. 107 108109110MOFFINS STEAKS6 HOAGIES 111112 sF 113 3 f rrBZSsaESSS ., I i ibn i liu ii If i mn,1, ■STWliJ! f - EMERGENCY - Main Entrance - Parking Receiving t. n»4u 1w •»if« aFaculty 13114115on the war, tf plunge in con confidence 01 recession." R y«n Vrxp. Atnighiy. Pounded by the recession and foreign rivals. CM will close 2E and lay off 74.000 workers. But will the bloodletting end ther; THE PERSIAN UULF WAR Elaborate new weapons get key test in land war By Karen Tumulty and Bob Drogm TP upgraded and more deadly version, the M IA! make up almost hall tbc total US tank force to the Persian "A half century ago, our nation and the world paid dearly for appeasing an aggressor who should, and could, have been stopped. We arc not going to make the same mistake again." -President George Bush_________________ •V-Mrtwll 16 fh. “n • »? 'COMM. .pi 6ti r» «iri to IK i ■« uowocn for »o org r.» 4 ottMimal l--------- rwMtlou wb«r» thr «,r» t for« IS l1h ,B 1‘" "X' in «f Atguu IWB O,“, ol, T»» foreign bioi Tku I. w U ] .i. !UI . n «urw t» «o« wttb taolMMc Ml ln Mdtn ItoHi, Tlit PhlUAri o f , ’ '• War Begins '••on of Kuwait has begun. In 'nrcc-s o(our coalition ‘tat moved ion Desert lies of the L'muw Cg IfCi " ncil As ofioc. C» per at ion Desert Storm lorces were e..a png targets in Iraii and Kuwait." BAGHDAD. IRAQ To defend ourselves, to fight, doesn't mean wc have to do it without wisdom, intelligence, consideration, without evaluating the conditions wc arc acting in. It isn't a question of Ping-lYxtg. you hit me. I'll hit yoii.” -Israeli Prime Minister Yu hak Shamir . Major Overhaul■ The American Medical Student Association enjoyed many successful years under the leadership of Lisa Maslankovvski, Colette Mull, and other enthusiastic members. AMSA sponsored a number of well-rcccivcd activities, including a picnic at the end of the second year, a hike to Hawk Mountain, national and regional AMSA conventions, and an organ donor program. AMSA also sponsored the STATS program (Students Teaching AIDS to Students). Coordinated by Larry I letrick. Lisa Maslankowski reaches for the summit. Don't try this at home. STATS involved a number of medical students who learned more about AIDS and how to effectively teach about the disease. Philadelphia school children and Big Friends participants were some of those fortunate enough to have the interactive STATS program presented to them. At least 15 students each year attended the National AMSA convention held in Las Vegas, Kansas City, and Washington, D.C. Other Class of '92 students strongly involved include Alan Weller (Secretary), Marita Green (Treasurer), Anne Bonneau (Officer-at-Large), Rachel Gafni, Christina Bergqvist, and Shelley Binkley. ■ He's not just any Vampire — he's Jonathan Leiscr, Blood Drive organizer extraordinare. During our first two years of Debbie St. Phard, Lisa Maslankowski, and Shelley Binkley. Lisa, Nancy, Rachel, and Dianna — dressed to impress Philly school kids. 118Alan Wdlcr demonstrates hazards of the trail. medical school, anyone who attended class will remember Jonathan exhorting us to let it all flow out. Jonathan worked with Red Cross representatives and Health Science Campus staff to organize and publicize the biannual bloodletting. Faculty, staff, and students all rolled up their sleeves for this valuable cause. Jonathan and Alan Weller also organized the organ donor program. ■ What do Umberto DcRicnzo and Mikhail Gorbachev have in common apart from Jonathan Leiscr(AKA Dr. Blood). Vince and Gemma look on. large, polysyllabic names which are difficult to pronounce when you first hear them? Correct! They were both leaders of large, powerful institutions and are now out of power. Class Officers such as Umberto, our class president for the last two years, and Leah Jenkins, president during our first two years, have been an important part of our young medical careers. The other class officers, Vince Cantone, Anthony Frempong-Boadu, Steve Katz, Ray Stewart, and Chris Weibel shared in the leadership roles. Officers were responsible for all class meetings, parties, and picnics over the last 4 years. They were also responsible for voicing the concerns of their classmates and helping tor resolve problems. Thanks guys! ■ The Christian Medical Society provided fellowship for those of like faith and endeavored to raise awareness and challenge medical students to incorporate Biblical ethics and standards in medical practice. CMS was lead by faculty advisor Dr. Steven Dunn (transplant surgeon at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children) and a leadership team in '89 90 of Jim Weidner, Jonathan Lciser, Kae Jin Kim, JC Trussel, and Kent Bonney. Lectures in ethics, presentations by foreign missionaries, weekly prayer and Bible studies, and monthly fellowship gatherings at Dr. Dunn’s house were sponsored by CMS. ■ Former Mets fan and Peace Corps member Jeremiah Goldstein, along with Rachel Gafni and Marita Green founded and organized the Community Service Organization. CSO serves as an umbrella group and forum for the various student groups involved in community service. CSO published a brochure listing service opportunities for incoming students, assisted the Family Practice Department in arranging community service opportunities (formerly a requirement) and strove to strengthen faculty and administrative commitment to these projects. Dr. Sally Rosen and Mr. Epi Dejesus were involved with CSO. Dr. Michael Wang was appointed advisor in 1991. Some of the other student involved include Lisa Maslankowski, Judith Burgess, John Davinc, Bindi Reddy, Rosalyn Socoloff, and Linda Kofcldt. ■ The Honor Board consists of faculty (appointed by the Dean) and students (elected by their peers) concerned with the honesty, integrity, and ethical conduct of the Temple community. Members help regulate any breaches of ethical behavior and encourage students to adhere to the high moral standards important in the medical profession. Dr. C. Harakal and Dr. S. Long are faculty advisors. Dr. R. Eisenstaedt, Dr. Halligan, Dr. P. Oldes-Clark, Dr. M. Wang are faculty members. Robert Bombard, Jonathan Leiser, Debbie Rankin, and Ray Stewart are senior members. ■ Dr. Sally Rosen conceived the idea, and Sarah Flanders delivered it. As the result of a work-study project in the summer of 1989, On Call, the newsletter for students and faculty of Temple Medical School, was born. Students now expect the bimonthly newsletter to regularly appear in their boxes and update them on school events. The original staff also included Stephani Allison, Chuch Barbera, and April Macherone. John Sedovy is the current editor. ■ Gccta Raja, Robert Bombard, and Andrew Jung were the elected officers of the Pennsylvania Medical Society during our second year. They organized a session for summer jobs research opportunities for first-year medical students and invited speakers to discuss medical and social issues. Geeta represented Temple at PMS state and governing council meetings. Bob drummed up memberships and money, and Andrew sent out the petition letters. Dr. Sally Rosen acted as advisor. ■ The goal of the Student National Medical Association was to organize minority medical students to promote cultural and educational awareness in underserved communities. Activities included educational seminars for high school students, regular visits to elementary schools to provide role models for younger children, premedical forums, educational films and speakers, and social activities with other SNMA champers. Annual SNMA conventions have been held in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and New Orleans. Approximately 50 students from all classes participated in SNMA. In the '89-90 academic year Cheryl Pringle and Renny Griffith (co-chiars), Lisa Rainey (Vice President), Erica Belton (Secretary), and Ann-Marie Thompson 119 (Treasurer) ran the SNMA.Big Friends - 6 Years+ Santa and Little Friend at Larry plays pin the Jail 1991 Annual X-mas Party, on the pumpkin. For over six years the Temple Medical School Big Friends Program has been helping to bridge the gap between our school and the surrounding community. Started initially by Dan Guttmann '90 and Mr. Ed Franklin with the help of Mr. Epi Dejesus from the Office of Community relations on main campus. Big Friends has grown yearly. The numerous medical students organizing and participating in Big Friends realized that many children living in North Philadelphia often come from less advantaged backgrounds. Students involved hope to act as role models and have a positive influence on the over 25 third through sixth graders in the program. Tutoring sessions arc held in the Faculty Student Union Building Monday through Thursday for two hours. Children are helped with their homework by a core of professional test-takers (otherwise known as medical students). These sessions also allow time for one-on-one interactions between Big and Little Friends. Two to four times per semester, there are special events and field trips. With funds provided by student council. Big Friends sponsors Halloween and Christmas parties and trips to museum and sporting events. Over the years trips have included the Franklin Institute, the Philadelphia Art Museum, the Academy of Natural Sciences, Historic Philadelphia (including Franklin's Court, Independence hall, and the Liberty Bell), and the Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum. Special guest speakers including Ron Burke from Channel 10 Sports, Dr. Ronald Tuma from the Physiology department, Ftrefighters from the Philadelphia Fire Department, and STATS educators (Students Teaching AIDS to Students) have all been kind enough to volunteer time to talk to the children. Over the years various medical students have directed the program, including Dawn Ericson ’91, John Davine ‘92, Timothy Rhyme '93, Michele Mulligan 93, Deborah Haynes '93, Sherry Scheib '94, Lara Fischer'94. and Marylin Pierre-Louis Students involved hope to act as role models and have a positive influence.... '94. Every year upwards of fifty medical students (usually in their first or second year) have participated in Big Friends. Amber Krieg and others in the Student Life Office have been extremely helpful and supportive of Big Friends. Hopefully the good work will continue!! Michele Mulligan '93 and Aaron gets a lift at the Friends at 1989 X-Mas Party Franklin Institute as Veroniquc looks on. 120Halloween Party 1991 Big and Little Friends outside Independence Hall. Tim Rhyme plays Santa to Quiana at '89 X-mas Party. John Davine with Little Friends. 121Sports Sports Sports Dave Kuntz and Eddie Michel wait for a foul shot. The Blackholes — Spring '91 Champs ■ Over the last four years Temple Medical School Intramural Basketball teams have won many championships against teams from the entire Health Science Campus (Dental, Pharmacy, Employees, etc.) Teams from the class of '92 have won three championships. Team Temple (Jeff Bates, Tom Bates, Ed Damore, Steve Galizio, Danny Kofos, Bill I lennessey, Steve Houser, I’h.D., and Jim McCormick) posted a 7-2 record and won the championship in the Fall '89. The Spring of '90 championship was won by the Terminators (Derrick Bumo, John Davine, Dave Kuntz, Brian Mclnroy, Ed Michel, Tim Rhyme, Wayne Wivcll). During our third year, members of these two teams combined to form the Blackholes, posting an 8-2 record and winning the Spring '91 championship. When asked about the purpose of IM hoops, Blackhole leading scorer. Bill Hennessey, known for his gentlemanly style of play, stated, "to play basketball, win, and obtain more technical fouls than the other team. Dr. Steve Houser of the Physiology Department acted as player coach. 'The House" also reputedly lead the team in technical fouls. Many of these student-athletes also played in a Professional Basketball League against other medical and law schools. ■ Temple Med’s Soccer Team has also enjoyed considerable Temple Med Soccer players prepare for fancy footwork. Air Bates throws it down. Steve Lando, team captain in '89-90, goes for the ballSunday morning touch ootoail at Roberts Field — Catch It! success over the past four years. These soccer buffs have put together many winning seasons, claiming championships in the Fall of '87 and '91. During our second year Steve Lando was team captain. Scott O'Neil, Jonathan Troung, and JC Trussel also joined the soccer madness. Barry Boden '90, Jay Talassenia '91, (both of the Ortho Department), Joe Thompson '91, Mike Dryer ’90, and Dave "Histo Cod" Miller were former standouts. The Soccer Team played against other professional schools, including Jefferson, Hahnemann, the Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Volleyball — Class of '92 Style "I guess you're wondering Air ®ates e spike, why I called you all together this morning." and the University of Pennsylvania's separate medical, dental, graduate, and Wharton school teams. These dedicated soccer buffs would often play on Sundays and occasional Saturdays before Monday morning exams. At least some of our class has its priorities straight! ■ Temple Rugby is unique in its organization. Members hail from the medical, dental, nursing, graduate, and residency programs. Each week these men join in a true sense of team play and compete in a manner which reflects favorably on the great institution from which they hail. Rugby has provided an outlet from class, and has given a sense of bonding and brotherhood to those involved. The leading ruggers were Doug Thompson (President ’90-91), Dave Horwhat (President ’91-92), Paul Tcrmine (Treasurer Capt. ’90-92), Jeff Burket (Treasurer Captain), and Stash Gorlowski (Alumni Rep. 88-92). Others involved from the Class of '92 include Rich Hart, Brian Mclnroy, Chuck Odgers, Ray Pitetti, Scott Pync, Peter Roberts, Mark Sulkowski, and Scott Urch. Dr. Ken Cundy has been faculty advisor for more than 20 years. Dave Horwhat remarked, "He has been an undying and loyal fan, supporter, and friend to all Temple Med ruggers." Thanks K.C. And remember, it takes leather balls to play rugby.... ■ Post exam and weekend touch football games at Roberts Field were the hottest contested gridiron battles north of Veterans Stadium. Former med geeks tossed aside competition for honors in the classroom for competition for survival on the field. ■ Temple Med Volleyballers also saw action in the basement of the Faculty Student Union Building. Nothing could be much better than a good bump-set-spike after a grueling day in Kresge classrooms and labs.Temple Med Goes Golfing Early in Ihc course of their medical careers, Joe Troiso and Allan Wicks realized a vital part of medical education was not being provided in class or lab. They thus contrived and organized the Jock Strap Open and the Fall Classic Golf tournaments played at Walnut Lane Golf Course in Roxborough. A substantial portion of the Class of '92 and Dr. Steve I louser descended upon Walnut Lane to lower their handicaps and rid the course of as much green grass as possible. Joe Troisc has graciously provided a redpe for 'How to Bake a Successful Coif Tournament." First start with a large group of medical students with a wide range of handicaps and social dysfunctions. Mix them randomly and liberally to make partners and foursomes. Pick a day during the busy academic schedule on which to play. Then add generous quantities of malted ale. Spread the above ingredients across an unsuspecting golf course in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Then add video cameras and photographers. Allow the above mixture to get baked for approximately 6 hours. Then move the baked goods to a more convenient watering hole to cool. Finally, top this with more beverages and awards including goofy golfer trophies and TWO JOCKSTRAPS. Some enthusiastic participants, when asked what the JSOpcn means to them, stated: "A bad day on the golf course Is better than any good day at school." Scott Urch "A chance to come in last in something." Jeffrey Burket "I find the JS Open to be the finest in athleticism and non-academic endeavors." Dave Horwal "A bad day on the golf course is better than any good day at school." "In 20 years, I would like to think ■ jthal there would be 50or60MD's ‘ with pickled bvers who will fondly remember theJSO." Allan Wicks "Couldn't hit the ball if my life depended on it." Steve Katz In formal attire, Joe Troise and Jack Rocco prepare to tackle Walnut Lane. 126 Jan, Paul, Stash, and Dan hang out in a golf cart. Crouching with putter in hand. Rich Hart lines up his next shot. Awaiting crucifixion, Scott Urch wonders if anything larger than a little white ball is available for hittineJoe presents Allan and Chuck their trophies in the controversial 1989 JSOpcn. Two fisted golfing by Jan. Kathleen, Sue, and Stacey hang out. Keeping his head on the ball, Doug Thompson takes a swing. Temple Med Coes Colfin AOA r-r-i.","r -'hr 128129130131132133tex ir 135136137138661140r J 141C T144145146147148PROPERTY OF THE TEMPLE UN V. HOSPITAL T l -NEVER SOLD- I UNAUTHORIZED POSSESS®! -- OF THIS ARTICLE CONSTITUTES THEFT BY CONVERSION 149 i a w 'u ,. J. «... - tj u 150151152Fritz and Allison, You have contributed so much.... The support and encouragement from my friends Alan, Dave, Gina, Ingo, Jim, Kerin, Marlene, Mary, and Nancy have been immeasurable. I love you all. Stephani Renee Allison 153Mom and Dad, when I was a working concept. The rest of the overseas branch of the family. 'What a long, strange, trip it's been...' G. Dead The Past The Present The future ’....But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.... R. Frost 154 Sanjay BanerjiThomas E. Bates 155Thanks, Mom and Dad for all your love and support. 156 Lucian Bednarz To my family, thank you for your love and support. You were always there to provide encouragement when times were rough. You have helped make my dream a reality. Love always, Ricci Erica Monet Belton 157Elizabeth A. BergeyJotditj kan da inti gota cm. Stitta din ltd $ tig a j jot. Enda t in iak kan du goto.: in annan manniika vat. Wen ditto, at tidan id myckct att ijatva itjdtnotna tit. En hungtandi manniska mindti bltijdiA m btodit mix. Christina Bergqvist 159 To my parents. Sue and Randy Tatem, and Tim Binkley, Thank you for all your love and support. To Darren, My lover, my inspiration, above all, my soulmate. You read me as though we are of one mind. Your love and support have filled me with joy and have sustained me through many hardships. I commit my live to you in eternal trust and devotion, in true and pure love. We'll be happily married forever. Love, Shelley 160 Shelley Binkley-CrewYou can be the Captain I will draw the Chart Sailing into destiny Closer to the Heart. Neil Peart I would like to express my appreciation to those of my family pictured here and to others not pictured who have aided me in many ways throughout my education, but especially to my mother and father who continue to lend great support and encouragement which has been indispensable. Eric R. Boeshore 161To my family; Mom, Dad, and Dave — I took time to "smell the roses" and still managed to graduate! Thanks for everything. No one could ask for finer parents and a brother I could be more proud of than the three of you. All my love, Rob I houe three personal Ideals. One, to do the day's work well end not to bother about tomorrow...The second Ideal has been to act the 6olden Rule, as far as In me lay, toward my professional brethren and toward the patients committed to my cere. Rnd the third has been to cultluate such a measure of equanimity as would enable me to bear success with humility, the affection of my friends without pride, and to be ready when the day of sorrow and grief came, to meet It with the courage befitting a man. Sir William Osier, 1905 When times get tough, remember this shot (London Tokyo!) and smile. I love you more than words can say. Thanks for your kindness and support through it all. Bob 162 hhh Robert A. Bombard, Jr.I’d like to say thanks 10 my family and friends for all their love and support, and especially, my husband, Dan, and Marita — I couldn't have made it without them. Yes, I really do have twelve brothers and sisters. Anne Bonneau Hayes 163m 'Whool VcAch uih« thol th ) lo d -gj«ll piobosly nt d it" Gross Anatomy Lab I would like to thank my wife, Pamela, for her abiding love and constant encouragement. Thanks also to my mother and father, my parents-in-law, Frank and Jan, Paul, Wendy, Brad and Greg for their love and deepest support. 164 W. Kent Bonney‘Medicine is the art or science of amusing a sick man zvith frivolous speculations about his disorder, and cf tampering ingeniously, till nature either kills or cures him.' •18th century Author unknozvn THANKS!! Mom, Dad, Gramp, and Laure, I couldn't have done it without you!! Michael D. Bosak 165166 Dwayne Breiningm Cjittian ‘Bm6akgrJ tM.CD. Gillian Brubaker 167DEDICATED TO MY PARENTS ALICE AND VINCENT Both of whom died during the first year of medical school, and both of whom believed in my determination to succeed in any undertaking. Fondest Memories. My daughter, a very special young lady of whom I am very proud. Her support for me through medical school has been like the rock of Gibraltar. You light up my life. A new member of my family and a friend who was there for me during my darkest hours. Could not have done it without you. God Bless Always. ■ Judith Burgess 169Mom and Dad, Thank you for your help and support. Class of 1961. Ready to play rugby. The 1973 championship fight. Jan and Jeff 170 Jeffrey S. Burket ■I would like to express my love and appreciation to my family and friends who have encouraged me and prayed with me during these academic years. I'd like to share my victory with you and also give all glory and honor to Jesus Christ without whom I wTould be nothing. fs, Pi h. "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." II Timothy 4:7 "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father, who is in heaven." Matthew 5:16 Derrick K. Bumo 171172 Roderick Cairgle After Med School Vincent Agatino Cantone 173tcf Coo "A good surgeon is one who knows how to operate — a great surgeon knows when to operate — a truly great surgeon knows when not to operate." Ernest E. Sterns Did she get bigger or did I get smaller? 174 Wilfred Carey III 77 Aonmal Tenop e tAc T5. OPEN 1 "Troi C.. Rotco 76 1 f borvn.cl, 78 j Uive.ll, RoUr+S 7 » K n+l, BceWr 75 3 StrauSS, S trnan 78 II hitUcl. Lt v p 77 H HollOu ay , Parson U Fyoc , Hi Cor ck 87 Michael P. Carson 175My brother and sister 71. GttmA.D. Mom and Dad Simply and sincerely, thank you for your understanding, guidance, comfort and love. I am, among all men, most richly blessed. "When you give to the world the best you have, the best will come back to you." I love you Keith! 176 Lisa CassonMy lovely Mom, Dolores Gomez Catalan, whose vigil from heaven continues to give me L.C. as a newly commissioned Second Lieutenant U.S. ■my Medical Service Corps, from the R.O.T.C., 1987 The ultimate military gentleman, my Dad, Guillermo Alberto Catalan, Major U.S. Army, retired. Richard Lee Catalan 177178 Michael J. ChmielewskiEnough of Science and of Art; Close up those barren leaves; Come forth, and bring with you a heart That watches and receives. William Wordsworth To my family, especially my parents: Thank you for supporting me during these trying and wonderful days. Truly, I could not have achieved this without you. remember to bring those two number two pencils. I couldn’t remember when I’d ever remembered. And yet someone always else did. I filled in the circles of the forms.' Paul W. Chmielewski 179 Dad and Mom — Thanks for your never ending support and encouragement, for always putting my future before yours — and suffering with me through every traumatic test from kindergarten through med. school!! I couldn't have done it without you!! Don't forget....1 love you! Terry, Den, Lisa, Billy, Jeff and all my family and friends — Thanks for always being there for me!! 180 Susan L. Coffeyjeff, somewhere i have travelled, gladly beyond any experience, your eyes have their silence: in your gesture are things which enclose me, or which i cannot touch because they are too near your slightest look easily will unclose me though i have closed myself as fingers, you open always petal by petal myself as Spring opens (toughing, skilfully, mysteriously) her first rose or if your wish be to close me, i and my life will shut beautifully, suddenly, as when the heart of this flower imagines the snow carefully everywhere descending; nothing which we are to perceive in this world equals the power of your intensity: whose texture compels me with the colour of its countries, rendering death and forever with each breathing (i do not know what it is about you that closes and opens; only something in me understands the voice of your eyes is deeper than all roses) nobody, not even the rain, has such hands (e.e. cummings) love, marina Mom and Dad, Rachael, Renee, Carlos, Nancy, Carlos James, Audree, Fran, Franny, Corinne, Lilli, Wayne, Mom and Dad Cooney: "Thank You. Thank You. Thank God for You, the wind beneath my wings." Larry Henley Jeff Silbar Love, Marina Dear Mom and Dad, "Do I ever tell You, You're my Hero and everything 1 would like to be? I can fly higher than an eagle ’cause you are the wind beneath my wings." Marina J. Thillet Cooney 181Elizabeth The people on this page are the ones I wish to thank the most. They are my enablers. My sisters and me. Still best friends. 'Our beautiful little angel' Has anyone seen Elizabeth? My hero! 182 Roseann Horen Covatto The best parents anyone could ask for!Clayton, I will love you forever and ever. Mom and Dad thanks for loving me, believing in me and most of all feeding me all those years. I love you both! Best friends do not come cheap. Thank you for the good times. Linda Cox 183Grug and Erie, my lil bros Me, Kev and Santa Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love, faith and support. Me and my asthma guy, Mark I love you a whole bunch Migoch mina svensk syster, Tina Reading HospitaL.4 7 of my third year and darn happy about it! Reading Hospital memories... ...Dr. Aita sings Gloria Estafon...Me + AlZavatsky, the giggles., "can I haveagnllod cheese an order of curly tnos to gQ?« University of Cincinnati Medical Center Fourth year exchange student Smoking is one of the leading causes of statistics. Fletcher Knebel The covers of this book are too far apart. Ambrose Pierce Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there. Will Rodgers I've got to learn how to play or I'll never see him on Wednesdays 184 Michelle Marie CullenLittle did I know 20 years later I would still be in school. Everyone can use a couple of good friends.Where the three rivers meet. And uh....John, Paul, Davine, Stan.... is this the uh....Sky-Attic Nerve? Parents, Elio and Teresa; Brothers, Frank and Rob 186 John Da PosMemories of a Med Geek: First year carpool adventures with Christina (The Voice) and Lisa (Ms. Punctual)....My entertaining Gross Lab partners, John, Paul, Ed, who had me pegged as a surgeon from Day 1 —Big Friends—I hope the kids learned as much as I did....Championship hoops with the Terminators (Allan, Brian, Dave, Derrick, Ed, Tim, Wayne)....Arguments with Jcrry....The IFPs and KFK-Sal, Hermie, Umbic, Pallor, I AJ BJ....Med I with Wayne "Harrison's". My other mode of transportation. Dad, Mom, Aunt Vickie, Uncle Jack, Grandmas Davine Petetti, and Frodo. Without your love and support, I would not have made it. Christine and Robert Davine on their wedding day. The Big Friends trip to the Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum. Our children are the future. John E. Davine 187188 Paul DeBaccoThe day I finally became a Vito Corleone — The Godfather!! (I stood for Christine Marie Brun) This page is not nearly enough to show what my family means to me. But it is to them that I dedicate this page and my love. Thanks everyone!! I love you all. The Whole "Clan": Back row—Dante, Joe, Maria, Regina, John, Frank, Diane, and Me; Middle row—David, Dad, Damian, Grandma, Joseph, Mom, and Philip; Sitting—Angela and Christine. Umberto Anthony DeRienzo 189There are only two kinds of madness one should guard against. One is the belief that we can do everything. The other is the belief that we can do nothing. Andre Brink A sincere but all too inadequate thanks to my parents and family, housemates and friends, for friendship, support, encouragement, and many good times during the past four years. THD 190 Timothy H. DerstineGloria Janet Diaz 191o To my family: I could not have done it without your love and support. Eda, I love you! Good friends, good times. Michael A. DiTaranto= ' i Nicholas D. Dodge 193Kim, I love you for being so understanding, especially during those long surgery rotations. I love you for your support and encouragement when I was feeling unsure. I love you for the memories that we have and the dreams that we share. But most of all I love you for you. Mom and Dad....thank you for your constant support and gentle encouragement over the years. AUGUST 12,1989....a day that I will never forget....I promise. Einstein....going for a walk at Valley Green. Kim....my wife and best friend. The Pig and a Poke foursome. Winning money from you guys is the only way I could afford medical school. 194 Thomas F. DominickWITH LOVE AND THANKS.... To Mom, Patricia, Sam, and Suzanne: Without your love, guidance, and support I don't think I would have made it. Thanks for being there when times got tough and for making my dream a reality. In loving memory of my Father: You always told me I could do it. Your love, advice, and encouragement are in my heart and serve as constant inspiration. Though you are gone, your spirit is forever with me. Matthew A. D'Onofrio 195To my friends at 500 S. 49th, thanks for sharing the "Mennonite thing ' Amy, a major balancing force in my life! I obviously cannot feature all those who have made my journey thus far so special. I only hope that you know how thankful I am that our lives touched. Everything I do is made easier by their love. What’s this about a middle-child syndrome? He's Sutza Baby! 196 Matthew Scott Doughty ■Scott Dunzik 197....But, I still managed to have some good times.... ....Once I left the "academical village" that Mr. Jefferson founded, I thought life could no longer be enjoyable.... ....and meet some good friends.... 198 Peter T. EnderThunder is good; Thunder is impressive. But it is lightning that does the work. Samuel Clemens (Mark Tzoain) "Let’s lack no discipline, make no delay; For, lords, to-morrow is a busy day." William Shakespeare, King Richard III All angels and all saints and all who were ever bom must keep silent when the wisdom of the Father speaks, for all the wisdom of the angels and of all created beings is mere folly before the unfathomable Wisdom of God. Meister Eckhart But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace toward me was not in vain. 1 Corinthians 15:10 Behold yourself only yourself forever more. Niffari i Stephen J. Falchek 199This page is dedicated to the many people who haue helped me achieue this goal, especially... .. to my family... my friends... and my best friend, my wife. Good friends keep you going, when all you want to do Is stop. 200 Adam H. Feldman 0'This has been a perfect day I'll send flowers to you What should have taken months Only took hours I’ll send fowers to you." Skunk £ '-(ComAou , M-D. To my parents — I love you. Thanks for all of your love and support. Sarah E. Flanders 201MY FAMILY MY BEST FRIEND NICE GLASSES MOMMY DADDY 202 Anthony K. Frempong-Boadu ■Rachel liana Gafni 203S'6Lp u t J)..33oSUyLoM-D. Lovely Rita havin' a couple brewskis The four stooges.... ....with the parents who raised them. Motley Crew: "Hey, where's homeboy?" 204 Stephen J. Galizio mOVCicfiad CjiCfiooCey M.CD. Michael Gilhooley 205There is more to life than increasing its speed. Mohandas K. Gandhi I have a question... Jeremiah Goldstein 206 Jeremiah GoldsteinMom, L aci....i dedicate this page to you. For without you. The fulfillment of my dream. Would not be possible. I love you! How can I say thanks. For the things you have done for me. Things so undeserved. Yet you gave to prove your love for me. The voices of a million angels. Could not express my gratitude, All that I am and ever hope to be, I owe it all to thee. To God Be The Glory! Excerpt from "My Tribute" composed by Andrae Crouch Marilyn L. Gordon 207John (JorCowshij !M.CD. 208 John Gorlowski 1It is hard to believe that this can really be OVER! Thanks Mom and Dad. Your love and caring and inspiration greet me each day. Thanks also to my porcupine who has met each challenge with me. Here's to our future!! Marita Green Lind 209THE JOURNEY THE SUPPORT THE DOCTOR!!! 210 Renny GriffithBest Friends and Good Times ■Richard Brant Hart II211SWIMMING UPSTREAM MAKES FOR STRONGER SWIMMERS P 212 Denise W. HendersonHow I will remember Philadelphia! yfawMep', fo.fi My first accomplishment in medical school: Basketball championships! My second accomplishment in medical school: Bill and Debi — June 16,1990 William J. HennesseyIf there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in the character. If there is beauty in the character, there will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. When there is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world. Anonymous the road not taken 1 wo roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as 1 could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that, the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally by. In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost 214 Allison Patricia HenrySusa . KiUk )H. £ . Dogs may be bigger than cats. But not between the ears. How to Live with a Neurotic Cat To the memory of my parents, Robert and Hazel Keith, with love. Heaven goes by favour. If it went by merit, w , . . . you would stay out and your dog would go in. : rien cr ° and her son Ben. Mark Twain My brother Bob Keith with his daughter Leslie and dog Morgan. Thanks, "Robie’’! Susan Keith Hess 215216 Larry K. HetrickIt begins to look as if we shall have to admit that there is more than one kind of reality, that, in this particular case, there is something above and beyond the ordinary facts of men's behaviour, and yet quite definitely real-a real law, which none of us made, but which we find pressing on us. C.S. LEWIS What is Africa to me: Copper sun or scarlet sea. Jungle star or jungle track. Strong bronzed men, or regal black Women from whose loins I sprang When the birds of Eden sang? COUNT EE CULLEN • fijj , M. b ■218 Paul C. HoTo live your life in your own way, to reach for the goals that you have set for yourself, to be the you that you want to be — that is success. "Yeah, whatever makes you happy.... yeah, whatever makes it happen." MOEV The joyfulness of a man prolongeth his days. Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life. If you are truly "wild at heart" you will fight for your dreams. Wild at Heart Julie A. Holland 219 VUfrr 7 -Z). 220 G. Brian HollowayKathleen Anne Holloway 221222 ■4 John David HorwhatWilliam B. Hughes 223There once was a man Tall on talent And quick with the wit He'd dominate the game But humble was his name! He makes a little noise He carries a big stick And invisible stones But he does not break bones... ’Cause he’s humble. (TRUMPETS)» Da-daaaa, don-daaaaaaah Here comes the humble-izer He wasn't always as such At times he was obstinate, quiet Procrastinative, small Yet always good honestly upright.... And now he’s humble He's award winner the achiever 1 lardest worker the advice giver Wearer of amiable shoes When he wears them, 'cause he likes Plain simple things like nature.... And his nature is humble Yesterday, he was destined for today And today he’s the humble-izer You would not know, unless you know it But if you see him! He’s the humble-izer. 224 Michael W. Jordan M. Jordan 7 9 87"Great fishing skills tend to run in families, especially those of Korean origin." Jung, A., Journal of Unrecognized Facts, 1991,61(18, p.1-5) Senior We are here, then. To lead and direct and Become One in Unity. And in this hour. We are the spotlight that Shines in the spring evening. Let us not forget What brought us here. Let us go, then. Into new avenues of life And cherishment and joy. For we are One, blooming In strength and sharing In endless pride. From left to right: Simon, my mother, myself (the favorite one, of course) and Pauline. Andrew Jung, 1984 225 Andrew Duk-Yun JungEvie — I could not have done it without you! "Dad, I think I want to be a Doctor" Thanks Mom Dad QUOTES "Boat Drinks, waitress I need four more boat drinks"— . Buffet "It could be worse, it could be raining"—Young Frankenstein "Hey bartender! I’ll have another one of those dark and starvingS J. Rocco "Drive fast, take chances"— . Schnorr "John and Will — someday I’ll buy a boat that you can sail for me' "1 need a cheeseburger in Paradise"— . Buffet Thanks to all of my friends it was a fun (?) 4 years. Good Luck to All of You! 226 Stephen D. Katz Ik ID AwVVl '- W 0 Dianna C. Kauderer 227f CzJ2s Give my thanks to the whole family who put up with me for 4 years. But more years to come! 228 Kae Jin KimThis is my cousin June — the little sister I thank God I never had. With special thanks to my two older brothers, Ted and Jung, who taught me self defense the hard way. Mom and Dad — Thanks for everything you've done for me. You have been a great inspiration in my life. With lots of love and appreciation from your daughter — Anita. Rila Kim 229This page is dedicated to my friends and family.... without their love and support I never would have made it. 230 - Jaime L. KlineSo the saying goes, "it was the best of times, it was the worst of times", and you were there through them all. Thank you for seeing me through! Susan A. Knauber 231MOM — I love you and am very proud of you. We did it. Thank you. Jo Houles — here's the other half of your degree, doc. Thanks for putting up with and healing me many times. Dad, grandparents, Alf, friends, Regis — many thanks, much love. Peace Always....AMDG MOM "The most fundamental principle of medicine is love." Paracelcus (1493-1541) "For in her is a spirit intelligent, holy, unique, manifold, subtle, agile, clear, unstained, certain.... compared to light, she takes precedence: for that, indeed night supplants but wickedness prevails not over wisdom." Wisdom 7:22-30 ■s Danny KofosDave's Top 10 List of How I Survived Temple Med School: 10. The Cats — Mad Max Micki 9. Working out — can’t make it as a girly man 8. Center City — so much to do, so little time 7. The Ole' Mustang — a faithful companion 6. R.E.M. — It's the end of the world as we know it.... 5. Carin — we had a blast 4. Melody, Steve, and Mike — true friends and scholars 3. Nan, Zaid, Bub, Bruce — you gotta love ’em 2. The Bro’s — a Great Team 1. Mom Dad — The Best. I love you. 233 David Harris KramerI’ve come a looooong way! 3lu iCimiuij (itti'moru uf Helen E. Krisik July 19, 1899 February 19, 1990 LET US PRAY Wc give them back to You O Lord, who firvt gave them to us; yet as You did not lose tltem giving, so we do not lose them by their return for what s Yours is ours also if we belong to You. Love is undying, and life is unending, and the boundry of this mortal life is but a horizon and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight Lift us up. strong Son of God. that we may see further. Cleanse our eyes that we may sec clearly . and while You prepare a place for us, prepare us also for that happv place, that we may be with You. and with those we love, forevermore. Amen r i»n« IW.Ic Jarrtltf. O P My brother Rob — always ready with helpful career suggestions. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell R. Krisik Mom and Dad, thanks for your love and support. 234 Linda S. KrisikERNIE Chuck before the nose job My sister Beth My beautiful bride, Karen Dad, Mom, Me, Karen, and my in-laws David G. Kuntz, Jr. 235Cj JLux. 5. . n. o Kathy: Without her friendship and encouragement I never would have made it. My Parents: Who made every impossibility a reality. True wisdom and action start with a heart full of faith, not a head full of facts. D. Dines Megan: My beautiful niece and goddaughter. 11 236 Charles S. KuzmaDear Mom Dad, As I look back on my life, I can't help but realize that everything I've ever achieved was because of you. Many a time, you have sacrificed your lives for me, and I am forever in your debt, for I could not be where I am right now without you. Thank you so much. I love you! The most important people in my life without whom my name would not appear on this page. Yaroslav Lando 237238 Richard A. LanziYou can't cross a chasm in two steps. Rashi Fein To: Phil, Mom, Dad, Skeeter, Debbie, Marie, Armand and the entire Laperle family, I dedicate my love and thanks for providing guidance and support throughout these four years. Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow. Helen Keller To live in dialogue with another is to live twice. Joys are doubled by exchange and burdens are cut in half. Wishart Margaret Marie Laperle™ 239Bendicion THANK YOU Bernice M. LarriuzSimpler days with the grandparents Many thanks for the years of patience and encouragement Oh . Ai. O. The rest of the clanDelight thyself in the lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Commit they way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass. Psalms 37:4 5 "My Pearl of Great Price" He who finds a wife finds a good thing, and obtains favor from the Lord. Proverbs 18:22 "Behind every great woman is a man....or something like that! "Gosh, maybe after 1 graduate they will let me use a real one!" "that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven." Matthew 18:19 'TO GOD BE THE GLORY" IWMtrin iPMa l” .. oc mi 7m Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and He will direct your paths. Proverbs 3:5 6 God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28 Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, let your mind dwell on these things. Philippians 4:S 242™ Jonathon Bruce LeiserTo laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest critics and to endure the betrayal of friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of one's self; to [cave the world a bit better, whether by a health child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived — THIS IS TO HAVE SUCCEEDED." Ralph Waldo Emerson s J- m U r o. Paul H. Lento 243244 Catherine E. MahoneyPaul Mariskanish 245Future doctor: This is how it all began! Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace; Where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; and Where there is sadness, joy. Divine Master, Grant that I may not so much seek to be Consoled as to console; To be understood as to understand; To be loved as to love; For it is in giving that we receive; It is in pardoning that we are pardoned; And it is in dying that we are bom to eternal life. St. Francis of Assisi ....and with my brother Steve, my closest confidant. To my parents who gave me that initial burst of curiosity and to my family and friends who believed in me even when it was hard to believe in myself — THANK YOU. I LOVE YOU! This page is in memory of my grandmother who showed me that in living a life of service to others you receive more than you can ever give. Mom and Dad, you gave me roots and wings. Now it's time to fly — this M.D.’s for you! 246 Nancy J. MartinWhen I grow up, I want to crack open people's chests and watch their hearts quiver like jelly. Living with a med student requires compassion, courage, tolerance for dirty dishes, and an adequate supply of red wine. Who said genes aren’t everything? I'd like to thank the academy, my parents, my family, my friends, and my Pook.... O’Rapture! Lisa Maslankowski 247 TOco co ?r?.o. 248 Suresh MathewMy family.... Gratitude is the memory of the heart. J.B. Massieu Thank You.... ...Mom, Dad, Becky, Julie, Gram, and Sisi, for your constant love and support. I could not have done it without you. ...Sue, for pushing me to be the best I could be. ...Bill, Joanne, Joe, and Tracey, for keeping me sane. ....my strength and inspiration. ■ Stacey L. Mazzacco 249Mom and Dad, thanks for all the support. I never could have made it without you. Hey, Janine and Mike, I made it. To the best roommates: Eddie, Eddie, Brian, Dave, Karen, Sue and Jaime, we made it. I love you bug! 250 James P. McCormick, Jr.Thomas J. McGrath252 Brian Donnal MclnroyCathy Ann Mercaldi 253’ Ai.o. Love is patient and kind. Love does not envy, it is never conceited or proud. Love is never rude or selfish, it is not prone to anger, neither does it brood over injuries. Love does not rejoice in what is wrong, but rejoices in the truth. There is no limit to love’s forbearance, to its trust, its hope, its power to endure. 1 Corinthians 23 254 Susan Marie MeidlI would like to thank my wonderful family for all of the love and support they have given me through the years. You are the greatest!!! I would especially like to thank my mother, Barbara Jean Michel, to whom I owe everything. I will never be able to thank you enough for all you have done for me. I love you!!! Finally, I'd like to thank all of my great friends. Although I didn't have enough room to put your photos in the yearbook, you are all in my heart. Thank you for making my life so enjoyable!!! Edward David Michel 255256 Janete M. Mills"A fine mess you've gotten me into Ollie!" Michael, my best friend, my love, and my life. Thank you. To my family. Thank you for your love, support, and faith in me. I love you. And to my friends at Temple and at AMSA, thanks for making medical school compatible with life! Love, Colette Colette Collins Mull 257So that’s how you did it!! To you, my family, thank you for the patience, love, and support given to me without much asked for in return. I promise you two things: I will continue to find the stairs for myself and I will always try to "be good". To all the pseudo sisters and brothers who I have acquired over the past four years. Remember that family is held together by love and friendship — unseparated by time and distance. No matter how far I go, one thing I'll never forget....Where home is. 258 Rebecca S. NelsonThis is where the story begins.... (L to R) Chuong Nguyen (Harvard ’95), Quan Nguyen (Yale '89, Penn Med ’93), Phong Nguyen (Amherst '86, Temple Med ’92), Chau Nguyen (Wesleyan '87, Jefferson Med ’93). Fullfilling the American Dream. Isn’t this a great country. Became American Citizens.... Nguyen Dong Phong 259260 Tuong Cate Nguyen !!!"Be it my pride in all humility that infinitesimal though I be, I count in God's Infinity" AMERICA "If an eagle be imprisoned on the back of a coin, and the coin is tossed in the sky. That coin will spin That coin will flutter But the eagle Will never fly." Dumas To My Family: I dedicate this page to you. Thank you for your love and support. I truly could not have done it without you. Oluchi N. Nwakanma 261C!LJu$. Qfyasz, Mo. No fun for us in Medical School!!! Isn't she lovely.... Our Engagement....My En’GAG' ment Schussin in Colorado! The Cresson Street Crew 262 Charles J. Odgers IV■i MY LANCE THIS IS LIVLNIG Scott M. O'Neil 263nQu f ik£g 7 J Thanks to my wonderful family and friends for their love, support and good memories. 264 Daisy OrtizRandy, I couldn't have done it without you. Thanks from the bottom of my heart. Mir Mow, Dad and Naomi, Thanks for your unending support. Special thanks to Colette, Lisette and Aita for your tremendous support and friendship. Best wishes. Miriam Parker 265All my love and thanks to: Dad, Mom, Bill, Rick, Barbara, Tom, Bob, Steve Aunt Conny Carmella and Rich Dave Paul "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make." Lennon-McCartney 266 Carolyn A. Piccone"It isn’t much fun for One, but Two can stick together" says Pooh, says he. "That's how it is" says Pooh. A.A. Milne Thanks Mom and Dad Friendship? Yes, please!! Dickens Raymond Pitetti 267"Too nudi hi£i-cotienl Infomatiot. and I ;he antennal williea-keep tputiairtgax s intersection where life chooca suit be made and I other kiwiayntxlwr net era.£t- Iraliiodthai tbs I already know rat tf what necessary eo :■ « arrexur.gful life-iha it itn't all ihucorphoml. Ml-1 SEAU-YNSD TO KNOW about how to live «ul wt.a to do md how lobe 1 leaned in kinderprten Widon was na the tap dtfce paduXe-Khod rum tun. St e everything Way fair Ctr l hit poepte. Put thing hack where you found them dean up voir own men Ctr t take things tint arent youri Sty you 're Mir y what yoihurt micbaly Won you hands befoe yen eat Rush. WVmco ics and odd talk are pod for you law a balanced life- learn sane and think wnr and draw ■vdpa.ni and s mg and daocc and play and wok everyday »one Tike a nap m the aftanooi When you pi out intothe »old wKchon fo traITiC.ltold hand!, and ilkk leather Btawjrerfwiio IkrTcrbe the little iced in the Syr doom cup: The tooti pidcwnand the plant pea up aid noboly really knout how ad why. but we are all Hkcth . CHdfuh «x hanutert and white met ■td ev«st the Unit teed in the Syrdittn cup- they ail d e. Sydowe And then remcerther the Ddt-and-lmebcdu and thefiru wad you learned-the bifjyst warddall-LOOK Risen RjlpumAmit Prasad 269-f "...A am here and my breath, our breaths must thunder across this land arousing new breaths, new life, new people, who will live in peace and honor." Sonya Sanchez The Family, the pillars of my strength "Splendid as the Taj Mahal; a collective wonder, a regional Marvel which cannot be equaled; You are magnificent and you are Mine." Dorothy C. Hardy 270 Sheryl R. PringleFirst I thank God for direction in my life. A big kiss to my wife, Cindy, who has made my life so much more enjoyable. Mom and Dad, I couldn’t have done it without your encouragement. Susan and Jennifer, who put up with me. Dan and Chris thanks for those great Italian dinners and your beautiful daughter. Finally a dedication to my Grandfathers, William Holz and Vincent Kusmider, who both passed away before I could become their doctor. Our Parents Scott William Pyne 271My Parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Rainey, Jr. Thank you. I love you. My Sister, Linda M.D. to be in '93 272 Lisa Christine RaineyThank you Mom and Dad for all of your love and support. My best friend, David. Always good for a smile. Fiesta Geeta Raja 273Thus saith the Lord, Call unto me I will answer thee, and show thee great mighty things which thou knowest not. Jeremiah 33:2-3 274 Debra S. Rankin'The Posse" "Seeking a brotherly advice" ft- Li. -c It 4A f'L ■ Many thanks to those who were instrumental in making my dream a reality! Mom and Sterling, thanks for your love, support, and encouragement. Jacinth Reid-Artist 275If I'd only knew what I was getting myself into!!! r Ml » Still waiting for the big one! 3 of 4 of my babies, who persevered through the long haul.. What's left to say but thanks to all (you know who you are: SR, BJ...) especially Phyllis and Donald, I could not have done it without you! VESSSSSSS! It’s over, tuition that is! 276 Michele RichardsonThe known is finite; intellectually we stand on an islet in the midst of an illimitable ocean of inexplicability. Our business in every generation is to reclaim a little more land. T.H. Huxley, 1887 Peter F. Roberts 277To my family and friends. If only words could express the hear felt appreciation I have for all of those who have taught me the value of life. These are the people who have made the great times great and the hard times worth it. Especially my mother, father and grandparents for they have given me the opportunity and the freedom to reach for the stars and the backs upon which to stand in order to make it easier. Without them I am nothing. You are the best! All my love. Jack .it A Aunts Gilda and Belinda and cousins Alex and Andrea Cathedral of learning. University of Pittsburgh. Go Panthers! Your youth is not a handicap, its what makes you thirsty. Harry Chapin My sister Lisa and niece Jennifer My study buddies in North Carolina. Thanks a ton for making studying for boards bearable! Also thanks to Greg and Kara. 278 Jack F. RoccoTo my parents: For your love and understanding To Eric C., David K., Tuan, Kathy, Brian, Gemma, Michelle, et al (especially, al): For your friendship, support, and occasional insults. To Li Li: For adding warmth, sweetness and love to my life. ilexAt Quotes to Live By "Hard work never killed anybody.... but why take any chances?" Anonymous "You can only be young once, but you can be immature forever." Anonymous David M. Rosenthal 279The beginning of my academic career : Community clinical psychology (or, what I was doing at your age) Always ready for "girl talk" My best friends — Montana and Alexia Our Family — Tom is the one with the stripes. 280 Gemma Rozmusf 4 -o Z 011 r 4 ♦« is w've tp5?» » « i 4 »(rw k Ooo feel About life. Ax much as we like to complain About it, everything seems to go by much too quickly. The other importAnt joke for me is one thAt is usually Attributed to Croucho MArx, but I think it Appears I think that sums up how I feel. Thank you to everyone who helped me maintain whatever sanity I had to begin with, especially my family, friends, and the brothers of BZB. If you have to go... "There must be someway out of here, said the Joker to the Thief, "There is too much confusion, I can't get no relief." "No need to get excited," the Thief he kindly spoke. "For there are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.” The whole situation reminds me of a joke Two old ladies are eating when one says to the other, "You know, the food here is terrible." The other one replies, "Yes, and such small portions.“ That is how I I WfO -. KTAP '+C' »« 44um 4, f srt‘4 t MAO ««. POM ■.?»»»'.(« 9 » •. » •- V. (OAtK Lai ■ originally in the wit of Sigmund Freud and its relation to the unconscious. It goes like this, “I would never want to belong to any club that would have someone like me for a member “ V wm ki. MW 1$ AH KVMO L. DX«H C I c crwo»3 i fcOi n.HCS win U «»». n u u m art m ccum mm. scIWtt ' ' ; xd nw—juv a -wint- SET Susie r-W ?] HEADS UP 4qU I :h “s • '-ca£S I hohsmUW : ■- s.v T71 «. CN.- it tN'5 ' » •.i IMS .IW£ ____ Zf AMIHM.V — % I. .1. C n U nl Life after the 1988 Seoul Olympics.... Rollerblading!!! Thanks to my Mom, my Family, Mim, Dot tie, Carolyn, Mary, and Pam. Y'all are the best!!! 282 Deborah Saint-PhardI love you Mom and Dad. Thank you for all you have done for me through the years. You are the best parents in the world and my greatest inspiration. BON, Thank you for being there for me when things were rough. Without your love and support I would not have made it. I will always love you!! Nydia I. Sanchez 283'Wayne Si. Satz, 94. SD. ‘These are the days that must happen to you: O'ou shad not heap up urhat is called riches, you shall scatter with laihsh hand all that you earn or achieve However sweet the (aid up stores, However convenient the dwelling, you shall not remain there, However sheltered the port, and However calm the waters, you shall not anchor there, However welcome the hospitality that welcomes you, you art not permitted to receive it But a little while. Afoot and lighthearted, take, to the open road, Healthy, free, the world Before you, Ihe long Brown path Before you, leading wherever you choose. David E. Schmidt 285I dedicate this accomplishment to the memory of my grandmother, Shirley Rubcnstein, who taught me to walk and gave me the courage to stand. Who always encouraged my dreams and even in her absence was there to catch me when I stumbled. Thank you, Nana. THANKS: Mom and Dad: Thank you for making me feel so loved, for the support and sacrifices, for fascinating me with the ABC’s, and for showing me what the soul is. Andrew. Jonathon. and Mitchell: On many a lonely night for letting me never feel alone. Scott: For your strength and confidence and all your love. To track a ghost through the fog is not easy—thank you for looking. Cheryl: “Even children get older". You are the sister I never had and no matter where I go, you will always be close to my heart. To building worlds. Joanne: For getting my keys back from the cockroach. Martyrs forever! Veritatum dilexi. SLG: For reminding me of the beautiful things in life and for bringing back my smile. DAM W: For teaching me about love, honor, and back pain (and compassion). Mike and Nick: We're “oooouta here!" I'll miss you guys. David R.: Good luck vs. The Confederacy. 286 Lauren Faith Schwartz287 Daniel Anthony Shade, Jr.J kw ) H.b. I’m sorry, Ricky, but I don't hear a murmur! Thanks Mom and Dad, I couldn't have done it without your love and support. 288 Frederick S. Shermanr v -»t Thank you Christine, Mom, Dad and Sue. Louis Siciliano 289Thanks Mom and Dad for giving me the opportunity to fulfill my dream. I love you!! I am only one. But still I am one. I cannot do everything. But I can still do something; And because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. E.E. Hale Congratulations to my friends and the Class of 1992 We did it!! 290 Donna Michele SimmonsThanks to the girls at home—Sal, Fergy and especially Tracy for your love and support. I couldn’t have done it without you. Douglas S. Simon 291I would like to thank the Lord, my Mother and Father, my sisters and brother, and all of the people who helped me make it through this period in my life. The newest members of the Stewart Family Akilah Shechianh Omari III All things work together for the good for those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28 292 Raymond Stewart0. 'Si H.J). "Paul Andrew....friend’s yours" How’d I ever meel these Liberals? Spanky!! Why'd I ever break up with Kim Basinger? Elvis Strauss. Before he died on the toilet. Paul Andrew Stone 293It sums likf just yesterday I urns fianded my Schneck.notes, And Ud up to floor six 'To dm that grun (ah coat. graduation brings new challenges, So quickly they came; Mpt the (east of xvhich is, (How to sign ‘M.D.' after my name. 'But urhat made these four years fly Were the people around me, To whom I'd (ike dedicate This yearBook_page proudly. To my friends here at Temple Who brought the fun into ‘Kjesge, And provided the memories I 'll ktep from those years that it kept me. To my brothers and sister, And especially 'Mom and Dad, “Whose love and support Made possible all that I've had. And finally to Sue, Who's been my best friend and wife. She's provided a sense of priorities Tor me to carry through life. She's contributed much to this degree, In ways that I'll never forget. That half is not hers. Is my only regret. 294 Robert A. StraussOf all the friends I have made in my life, I have been privileged to take the best for my wife. With her by my side I feel safe and secure. For she is kind, considerate and much, much more. Together we will learn what it means to be one. Sharing our pain as well as our fun. The bond we have built no one can sever. As we spend these years growing old together. So on this page my love I dedicate. To my friend, companion and life-long mate. Jonathan B. Strober 2958KLMy Family. Their support and encouragement has been invaluable. I am especially indebted to my father whose example has always guided and inspired me. i-p. Mutant Ninja MDs Mark S. Sulkowski 297298 Aita SusiMichele T. Tedeschi 299300 Paul TerminiMy Dearest Nathan, Thanks for always being there over the past four years. I’ll always love you! - h jdno 11 etwte M f). Ann-Marie Sonia Thomas 301302 E. Douglas Thompson, Jr.The Awesome Foursome I zJ rI Pop and I at Yosemite The Beer Buddies.... Mom and Sis up the Woodmere Way! A lou are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however. playboy: Your first wife called you a golf bum. Is that still an apt description? trevino: I’m still a golf bum. except the income is a little better. I love to play the game. Just Workin' It! My sister Thuan and I, kidding around in D.C. Plato said, 'To be is to do." Aristotle said, 'To do is to be." My OB-GYN resident said, "Scooby do be dooo...." Other than family support as above, the thing I needed most in medical school was sleep. 304 Hien Trong TruongGO NAVY!! When you reach for the stars, you may not quite get one, but you won't come up with a handful of mud either. Leo Burnett J.C. Trussell 305Linda M. Urbanski"If you live a long, long time, and hold honesty of conscience above honesty of purse; and turn without ostentation to aid the weak; and treasure ideals more than raw ambition; and love the beauty of noble music and mist veiled mountains, by keeping the faith in all of these things hour by hour, you will see the sun gilds your path in dream silver...." James Hay To my family, thank you for all your support and encouragement during this long and arduous process called medical school. Scott E. Urch 307 Carlos L: I'm sure you would be proud today. Thank you for our five years together, and for our child. I’ll always remember you. Miss you. Thank you Mom, grandma and in-laws — my adoptive parents — for your support, your faith in me, your patience, the trips home, and for being there behind me all the way. I could not have done it without you! Carlos E.J.: I apologize for having put you through hell.... you are a tough and resilient little guy. I love you. P.S. Did I tell you about the residency schedule yet? I’ll drive you to school at 4:30 AM, and then.... The first Dr. Virella. I'll try to fill your shoes. I know you'll be looking over me. (That's me on his lap!) 308 Wilma Virella-SantanaTONY, MATT, ANDREA AND ANDREW Lisette Volckmar 309'Tew people are successful unless a lot of other people want them to be." "Now and then it's good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy." 310 Christopher J. WeibelTo God be all the glory.... 1 would like to thank Him for two of His very special gifts: Mom and Dad, who have encouraged, listened, supported me sacrificially, and who, by their love and character, have provided me with a model to emulate. Jesus Christ, who is my strength, my song, and my salvation. (Isaiah 12:2) I also thank God for the rest of the “supporting cast" who are pictured here. Mom and Dad in front of the homestead. Uncle Eddie, Aunt Edna, Jeb, Betty Lou, Daisy Mabel, and dog Humpty, in front of The Moocher’s second home. Chuck, Kathy, and my two nieces who provided for me numerous study breaks. Becky, little sis Dan the Man, little bro James R. Weidner 311This page is dedicated in memory of my grandfather, Murray Gilbert, a kind, gentle, and giving man, whose dream was to see his grandson become a Doctor of Medicine. I would like to thank my grandparents, family, and friends for all their love and support, especially my mother, father, and sister. ♦ 312 Alan S. WellerFishin with BOB Quality time with MAX -UiM ■ ft Hangin with LAURIE Allan B. Wicks 313To My Family I share this accomplishment with you. Thanks for being there when it mattered the most. 314 Kenneth E. WilliamsMy study partner. VlajpM. A .W xMLj M.D. My Father, Friend, and Role Model. Thanks so much Dad. My sister and I in our younger days. Thanks to my sister for tolerating me for all those years. Thanks to my friends (not all pictured) who made medical school enjoyable. Thanks to my wife and best friend whose love, support, and understanding made the "M.D." a reality. 315 Wayne A. WivellJoanne Woodbridge, %d.(D. Joanne WoodbridgeTo my brother Tom and Sister-in-law Kim: I could have never made it without your support. Thanks! Mark Wysokinski 317Joseph yeh, M D.319 Simong S. YoumansKnowledge and wisdom is for the physician, Compassion and understanding is for the patient. Josqjh Klutz, M.D. Dr. Zaetta, Dr. Harrison.... and our future tax attorney, Chris Zaetta. If there is one thing I've learned The rocky coast of Maine, my home state, in medicine, it's how to handle a difficult patient! 320 Julie M. ZimmermanCtass of1992 9{gt (Pictured John CoCmenares tMichael dvCcfarCand Susan (Jfpzvahi 321Residency Appointments Stcphani Renee Allison, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Abington Memorial I lospital Abington, PA Year Two Anesthesiology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Sanjay Banerji, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medidne I Icalthcast Teaching Hospital Allentown, PA Year Two Neurology University of California Los Angeles, CA Thomas Edward Bales, M.D. Surgery Naval Hospital Portsmouth, VA Lucian P. Bcdnarr, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Scranton-Tcmple Residency Prog. Scranton, PA Year Two Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Erica Monel Belton, M.D. Internal Medidne UMDNJ-Robcrt Wood Johnson Camden. NJ Elizabeth A. Bergey, M.D. Radiology Cleveland Qlnic Foundation Cleveland, OH Anna Christina Bcrgqvist, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's 1 lospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Shelley Sue Binkley-Crew, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology University of Colorado School of Medidne Denver, CO Eric Russell Bocshore, M.D. Internal Medidne Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Greensboro, NC Robert Anthony Bombard, Jr., M.D. Transitional Madigan Army Medical Center Tacoma, WA W. Kent Bonncy, M.D. Pediatrics Madigan Army Medical Center Tacoma, WA Michael Dennis Bosak, M.D. Internal Medidne Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA' Dwayne A. Brcining, M.D. Pathology New York University Medical Center New York, NY Gillian Leslie Brubaker, M.D. Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD Nancy L. Bruder, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Franklin Square I lospital Baltimore, MD Judith Elmore Burgess, M.D. Family Practice Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program Norristown, PA Jeffrey Scott Burket, M.D. Internal Medidne Medical Center of Delaware Newark. DE Derrick Kenneth Bumo, M.D. Surgery University of Maryland Baltimore, MD Roderick Cordon Cairgle, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Detroit Medical Center Detroit, Ml Vincent Agatino Cantone, M.D. Medidne-Pediatrics Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, TN Wilfred Carey, III, M.D. Surgery Orlando Regional Medical Center Orlando, FL Michael Peter Carson. M.D. Internal Medidne Rhode Island Hospital Providence, RI Lisa Novella Casson, M.D. Family Practice Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program Norristown PA Richard Lee Catalan, M.D. Transitional Fitzsimons Army Medical Center Aurora, CO Michael James Chmiclcwski, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Paul W. Chmiclcwski, M.D. Internal Medidne Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Susan Lynn Coffey, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA John Phillip Colmcnarcs, M.D. US Navy Public Health Policy Marina Jean Thillet Cooney, M.D. Psychiatry Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Roseann Horen Covatto, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Western Pennsylvania Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Linda Collins Cox, M.D. Emergency Medidne Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Michelle Marie Cullen, M.D. Preliminary Surgery University of Cincinnati Hospital Cindnnati, OH Edward Damore, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA John Charles Da Pos, M.D. Transitional St Luke's Hospital Bethlehem, PA Year Two Anesthesiology Mercy Hospital Pittsburgh, PA John Edward Davine, M.D. Family Practice David Grant Medical Center Travis Air Force Base, CA Paul DeBacco, M.D. Family Practice Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Umberto Anthony DeRienzo, M.D. Family Practice Washington I lospital Washington, PA Timothy Hans Dcrstine, M.D. Family Practice St. Vincent Health Center Eric, PA Gloria Janet Diaz, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PAMichael A. DiTaranto, M.D. Transitional Mercy Catholic Medical Center Darby, PA Year Two Anesthesia Medical University of S. Carolina Charleston, SC Nicholas David Dodge, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Scranton-Templc Residency Prog. Scranton, PA Thomas Francis Dominick, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Ceisinger Medical Center Danville, PA Matthew Anthony D'Onofrio, M.D. Internal Medicine University Health Center Pittsburgh, PA Matthew Scott Doughty, M.D. Family Practice Marquette General Hospital Marquette, Ml Scott Dennis Dunzik. M.D. Psychiatry Pennsylvania 1 iospit.il Philadelphia, PA Peter T. Endcr, M.D. Internal Medicine Wilford I fall USAF Medical Center San Antonio, Texas Stephen Joseph Falchck, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Adam H. Feldman, M.D. Internal Medicine Strong Memorial Hospital Rochester, NY Sarah Elizabeth Flanders, M.D. Internal Medicine St. Luke's-Roosevelt I lospital Ctr. New York, NY Anthony K. Frempong-Boadu, M.D. Preliminary Surgery New York University Medical Ctr. New York, NY Year Two Neurosurgery New York University Medical Ctr. New York, NY Rachel liana Cafni, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia. PA Stephen James Gaiizio, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hosp. Philadelphia, PA Michael Ccrard Gilhoolcy, III, M.D. Internal Mcdidne-Primary Care Scranton-Templc Residency Prog. Scranton, PA Jeremiah Goldstein, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Marilyn Lisa Gordon, M.D. Internal Medicine UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ John M. Corlowski, M.D. Pediatrics Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Rcnny Griffith, M.D. Anesthesiology The New York Hospital New York, NY Richard Brant Hart, II, M.D. Internal Medicine University 1 lealth Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Anno Bonncau Hayes, M.D. Internal Mcdidne Milton S. Hershey Medical Center I lershcy, PA Denise Wynne! Henderson, M.D. Psychiatry Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA William James Hennessey, M.D. Physical Mcdidne Rehabilitation Ohio State University Hospitals Columbus, OH Allison Patricia Henry, M.D. Preliminary Internal Mcdidne Abington Memorial I lospital Abington, PA Year Two Physical Mcdidne Rehabilitation The New York Hospital New York, NY Larry Kenneth Hetrick, Jr, M.D. Psychiatry University of Califomia-San Frandsco San Frandsco, CA Robert Lee Hill, M.D. Family Practice Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program Norristown, PA Paul Chungming Ho, M.D. Internal Medidne Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Ctr. Hanover, NH Julie Anne Holland, M.D. Psychiatry Mount Sinai I lospital New York, NY G. Brian Holloway, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Akron City 1 lospital Akron, OH Kathleen Stolnis Holloway, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Akron Akron, Ol I John David Horwhat, M.D. Internal Medidne Madigan Army Medical Center Tacoma, WA William Boyd Hughes, M.D. Surgery Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. PA Michael Wayne Jordan, M.D. Psychiatry Baylor College of Medidne Houston, Texas Andrew Duk-Yun Jung, M.D. Pediatrics Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC Stephen David Katz, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Dianna Carol Kaudcrer, M.D. Internal Medicine Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Susan Marschcr Keith-llcss, M.D. Internal Medidne Thomas Jefferson University 1 losp Philadelphia, PA Kae Jin Kim, M.D. Pediatrics Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT Rila Kim, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medidne Sl Louis University School of Medidne St. Louis. MO Year Two Anesthesiology Bames Hospital SL Louis, MO Jaime Lynn Kline, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medidne Abington Memorial Hospital Philadelphia, PA Year Two Radiotogy Rhode Island I lospital Providence, RI Susan Ann Knaubcr. M.D. Surgery Abington Memorial I lospital Abington, PA Danny M. Kofos, M.D. Pediatrics Baylor College of Medidne Houston. TX David Harris Kramer, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medidne UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden. NJ Year Two Radiology Albert Einstein Medical Center ITuIadelphia, PA Linda Suzanne Krisik, M.D. Internal Medidne Allegheny General I lospital Altoona, PA David Gordon Kuntz, Jr., M.D. Orthopedic Surgery University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Charles Samuel Kuzma, M.D. Internal Medidne Naval Hospital Oakland, CA Yaroslav Lando, M.D. Internal Medidne Temple University I lospital Philadelphia, PA Richard Anthony Lanzi, M.D. Internal Medidne University of New Mexico School of Medidne Albuquerque, NM Margaret Marie Lapcrlc, M.D. Internal Medidne Thomas Jefferson University 1 losp Philadelphia, PAwarn Bernice Marie Larriuz, M.D. Thomas Joseph McGrath, M.D. Charles Justice Odgers, IV, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Jadnth Reid-Artist, M.D. Internal Medidne Neurosurgery Preliminary Internal Mediate Thomas Jefferson University Hosp. Physical Medidne St Rehabilitation Albany Medical Center Hospital UMDNJ-Robcrt Wood Johnson Philadelphia, PA Temple University Hospital Albany, NY Camden, NJ Philadelphia, PA Jerome Michael Lazor, M.D. Year Two Anesthesiology Scott Mark O'Neil, M.D. Surgery Michele Richardson, M.D. Internal Medidne Temple University Hospital Strong Memorial Hospital Pediatrics Reading Hospital and Medical Ctr. Philadelphia, PA Rochester, NY University Hospital of Cleveland Reading, PA Jonathon Bruce Leiscr, M.D. Brian Donnal Mclnroy, M.D. Radiology Daisy Ortiz, M.D. Internal Medidne Cleveland, OH Peter Frazier Roberts, M.D. Internal Medidne Cleveland Clinic Foundation Thomas Jefferson University Hosp. Surgery Physical Medicine St Rehabilitation Cleveland, OH Philadelphia. PA Medical Center of Delaware Albert Einstein Medical Center Temple University Hospital Susan Marie Kelly Meidl, M.D. Miriam Parker, M.D. Newark, DE Philadelphia, PA Preliminary Internal Medidne Internal Medidne Jack F. Rocco, M.D. Hospital of the University Emory University Orthopedic Surgery Paul Harry Lento, M.D. of Pennsylvania School of Medidne Temple University Hospital Family Practice Philadelphia, PA Atlanta, GA Philadelphia, PA Naval Hospital Pensacola, FL Cathy Ann Mercaldi, M.D. Carolyn Anne Piccone, M.D. David M. Rosenthal, M.D. Psychiatry Obstetrics-Gynecology Psychiatry Marita Elizabeth Green Lind, M.D. The New York 1 lospital York Hospital Brown University Pediatrics New York, NY York, PA Providence, Rl Gelsingcr Medical Center Danville, PA Edward David Michel, M.D. Raymond David Pitetti, M.D. Gemma G. Rozmus, M.D. Pediatrics Pediatrics Preliminary Internal Medidne Catherine Elizabeth Mahoney, M.D. University Health Ctr. of Pittsburgh. St. Christopher's Hospital Hahnemann University Hospital Obstetrics-Gynecology Pittsburgh, PA for Children Philadelphia, PA New York University Medical Ctr. New York, NY Janete Marie Mills, M.D. Philadelphia, PA Michael Scott Sabel, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medidne Karen Polsky, M.D. Surgery Paul Christopher Mariskanish, M.D. Reading Hospital ft Medical Center Internal Medidne Rush-Presbvtenan-St Luke's Family Practice Reading, PA University of Colorado Medical Center West Jersey Health System Year Two School of Medidne Chicago, IL Voorhees, NJ Radiation Oncology Denver, CO Nancy Jeanne Martin, M.D. I lospital of the University of Pennsylvania Amitcsh Prasad, M.D. Deborah Saint-Phard, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Family Practice Philadelphia, PA Radiology St. Joseph Hospital Lancaster General Hospital Michigan State University Denver, CO Lancaster, PA Colette Collins Mull, M.D. Affiliated Hospitals Year Two Medidne-Pediatrics Flint, Ml Physical Medicine Sc Rehabilitation Lisa Ann Maslankowski, M.D. Medical Center of Delaware University of Colorado Internal Medidne-Primary Care Newark, DE Sheryl Rose Pringle, M.D. School of Medidne University Hospital of Cleveland Family Practice Denver, CO Cleveland, OH Rebecca S. Nelson, M.D. Montefiore Medical Center Pathology Bronx, NY Nydia Ivette Sanchez-Vega, M.D. Suresh V. Mathew, M.D. Johns Hopkins Hospital Internal Medidne Internal Medidne Baltimore, MD Scott William Pyne, M.D. UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Temple University Hospital Family Practice Camden, NJ Philadelphia, PA Dong-Phong Nguyen, M.D. Naval Hospital Internal Medidne Jacksonville, FL Wayne Allen Salz, M.D. Stacey Louise Mazzacco, M.D. University of Southern California Emergency Medidne Surgery School of Medidne Lisa Christine Rainey, M.D. Medical College of Pennsylvania Temple University Hospital Los Angeles, CA Pediatrics Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Tuong Cate Nguyen, M.D. Children's National Medical Center Washington, DC David E. Schmidt, Jr., M.D. James Philip McCormick, Jr., M.D. Internal Medidne Preliminary Surgery Internal Medidne Physical Medicine St Rehabilitation Geeta Raja, M.D. Hospital of the University Boston City Hospital Temple University Hospital Internal Medidne of Pennsylvania Boston, MA Philadelphia, PA Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. PA Michael John McFarland, M.D. Susan Beth Nowak, M.D. Philadelphia, PA Year Two Otolaryngology Emergency Medidne Emergency Medidne Debra Sue Rankin, M.D. Hospital of the University York Hospital Thomas Jefferson University Hosp. Internal Medidne of Pennsylvania York. PA Philadelphia, PA University of Texas Philadelphia, PA Oluchi N. Nwakanma, M.D. Pediatrics Montefiore Medical Center Einstein Bronx, NY Southwestern Medical School Dallas, TX 324Lauren Faith Schwartz, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Cleveland Qinic Foundation Cleveland, OH Year Two Neurosurgery Cleveland Qinic Foundation Geveland, OH Daniel Anthony Shade, Jr„ M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Frederick Stuart Sherman, M.D. Internal Medicine University of North Carolina I losp. Chapel Hill, NC Louis Siciltano, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Reading 1 lospital and Medical Qr. Reading, PA Year Two Anesthesiology University of Florida Medical Ctr.-Shands I lospital Gainesville, FL Donna Michele Simmons, M.D. Pediatrics Duke University Medical Center Durham, NC Douglas Seth Simon, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Raymond Hezekiah Stewart, M.D. Medicine-Pediatrics Bridgeport Hospital Bridgeport, CT Paul Andrew Stone, M.D. Internal Medicine Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Robert Allen Strauss, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology SL Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, NJ Jonathan Bret Strober, M.D. Pediatrics Long Island Jewish Medical Center New Hyde Park, NY Stacey A. Suecoff, M.D. Pediatrics The New York 1 lospital New York, NY Mark Sebastian Sulkowski, M.D. Internal Medicine Duke University Medical Center Durham, NC Aita-Kai Susi, M.D. Pediatrics Si Christopher's 1 lospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Michele Teresa Tedeschi, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Paul G. Termini, M.D. Psychiatry Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershcy, PA Ann-Marie Sonia Thomas, M.D. Internal Medidnc Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Albert Einstein Medical Center Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA ' E. Douglas Thompson, Jrv M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Joseph Louis Troisc, M.D. Transitional Santa Gara Valley Medical Center San Jose, CA Hien Trong Truong, M.D. Internal Medicine University of California Medical Ccnter Irvino Orange, CA J.C. Trussed, M.D. Surgery Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, CA Linda Marie Urbanski, M.D. Emergency Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hosp. Philadelphia. PA Scott Eric Urch, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Wilma Virella-Sanlana, M.D. Pathology University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR Lisette Volckmar, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Presbyterian Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Year Two Anesthesiology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Christopher Joseph Weibel, M.D. Surgery Hahnemann University Hospital Philadelphia, PA James Richard Weidncr, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Alan Scott Weller, M.D. Pediatrics The New York Hospital New York, NY Allan Benjamin Wicks, M.D. Internal Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, OR Kenneth Egbert Williams, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Year Two Anesthesiology University of Texas Medical School Houston, TX Wayne Albert Wived, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Year Two Radiology University of Massachusetts Hospital Worcester, MA Joanne Woodbridgc, M.D. Pediatrics St Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Mark Lucas Wysokinski, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Saanton-Tcmple Residency Prog. Scranton, PA Joseph Song-Cheng Ych, M.D. Modidnc-Pediatrics SUNY Buffalo Buffalo. NY Simong Song Youmans, M.D. Emergency Medidne Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte, NC Julie Marie Zimmerman, M.D. Radiology University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 0 c CO Patrons 327(Patrons AMS. A Division of the Standard Register Company Jack and Barbara Benson Mr. Mrs. Albert E. Carson Dr. Sow-Yeh Chen Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Chmieiewski Dr. Mrs. Kenneth R. Cundy Bob Davine John Davine Rita Davine Elio Teresa Da Pos Philip G. DeBaun Dr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Dempsey Umberto DeRienzo Richard S. Eisenstaedt Mr. Mrs. Thaddeus S. Falchek Mary Stuart Fisher, M.D. Roberts. Fisher. M.D. John E. Fryer, M.D. Abraham J. and Miriam L. Gafni Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harakal Daniel M. Hayes Janet Bill Hennessey Family Mr. Mrs. Kenneth T. Hetrick Family Mr. Mrs. John Knauber Bennett Lorber, M.D. Leon S. Malmud, M.D. Mr. Mrs. Neil J. Marcus Donna J. Merryman Mr. and Mrs. John P. Merryman Jr. Jack and Esther Nelson Raymond Rose Paley Dr. Mrs. Steven J. Phillips Dr. Mrs. Raymond C. Pitetti Dr. Mrs. Francis C. Plucinsky Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Rainey Stanley Rosenthal Joseph Rothbard Company, Inc. St. Francis Hospital Family Practice Residency Sandra F. Schnall, M.D. Mr. Mrs. Daniel Shade Sr. Gerald D. and Arlyne T. Shockman J. Bryan Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stabilito Dr. Mrs. Theodore Sulkowski Dr. Ellen M.Tedaldi Dr. and Mrs. Carlos J. Thillet Gail and Eric Thompson Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Troyer Van-Tinh Truong The Trussells — John, Shirley Aremina Dr. and Mrs. Philip C. Van Dongen Mr. Mrs. Richard J. Weibel John Wurzel, M.D. 328PlCumni (patrons Drs. Mary Ann and Steven Ager ‘80 Kathleen R. Bell. M.D. '81 Dr. Howard Scott Berinson '67 Michael R. Bernstein, M.D. 74 Amaury Capella, M.D. '55 Alfred L. Colley. M.D. '44 Nancy T. Cristoforo. M.D. '88 Robert F. Debski, M.D. 76 Dr. Wm. Taylor Delp '54 William H. Duncan, M.D. '59 Ron Endo, M.D. '86 John Vincent Ferrazzano. M.D. 74 Jeffrey T. Gibson. M.D. '80 Anthony R. Giorgio. M.D. 73 Enrique Gonzalez-Jimenez, M.D. '52 Jacob M. Gordon. M.D., F.A.C.S. '31 Stuart C. Greene. M.D. 77 James B. Hayden. M.D. ’83 Bruce A. Hershock, M.D. 74 Harold J. Isard. M.D. '34 John R. Kean. M.D. 74 Dr. Mrs. Robert A. Lanzi '61 Dr. Mrs. Michael B. Love 70 Amy S. Luckenbaugh, M.D. '90 Joseph F. Lydon, M.D. '47 John R. Maloney. M.D. 72 Dawn Cesarini Manley. M.D. '85 Marie J. Mignogna, M.D. '59 Leslie W. Milne. M.D. '89 Kimberly K. Paterson. M.D. '82 R. Pierson. M.D. '80 Arthur H. Popkave, M.D. 72 Dr. and Mrs. Joel Ringold '62 Stephen Rockower, M.D. 75 Fred B. Rogers. M.D. ’48 Wanda Ronner, M.D. '84 John Rudoff. M.D. '83 Joseph L. Russino, M.D. '81 Alex Salomon '89 Jerome Santoro, M.D. 72 Celeste M. Saunders. M.D. '83 Dennis M. Scardigli, M.D. 76 Dr. Mrs. Carson D. Schneck ‘59 Harry Shubin, M.D. '37 Lewis R. Wolf. M.D. '34Thyl’s Academy Congratulations DAY CARE CENTER PREP SCHOOL to the Class of 1992 LICENSED FACILITY Operated by Registered Nurse and Trained Teachers 3520 TILDEN AVE. Brooklyn. N.Y. 11203 (718) 469-9400 from Phyl's Academy Class of ’94 Colleen Fox Ailecn Danko Jason Foster Jim Mattucci Christina McHugh Michael Ormont Congratulations to The Class of 1992 from Student Council Steve Katz, President John Sidle, Vice President Tom Thompson, Secretary Colleen Fox, Treasurer Class of ’92 Umberto Derienzo Vince Cantone Steve Katz Chris Wcibel Ray Stewart Class of ’93 Andrea Satinsky Chuck Barbcra Nichola Chin Tai Chen John Sidle Laure Veet Class of ’95 Julian O’Malley Adrienne Polishook Jay Goodman Jenifer Levin David Ufbcrg Steve Kaufman 330TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CONGRATULATIONS! We Welcome You and Your Patients in the Future 331(Pride, is BEST WISHES (Dr. (Marina J7. Cooney TO THE Congratulations! CLASS OF 1992 "(Roses are red, etc., etc. ...andso am I." TOOL CORPORATION Mr. and Mrs. John Cooney OF AMERICA If you can imagine it You can achieve it. If you can dream it You can become it. You have become it! Congratulations on your M.D. YEAH BOYEE !!! All our love, Mom, Dad, Lisa, Bill, Terry and Dennis William $. Coffey Construction (215) 692-1948 Congratulations Best Wishes to Brian D. Mclnroy, M.D. and Elizabeth A. Bergey, M.D. Your Proud and Loving Parents Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mclnroy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergey 332CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1992 from the Faculty of the Department of Neurology Jeffrey I. Greenstein, M.D. Professor and Chairman H. Branch Coslett, M.D., Associate Professor Guillermo deLeon, M.DV Associate Professor Dara G. Jamieson, M.D., Assistant Professor R. Manon-Espaillat, M.D., Associate Professor Mark Moster, M.D., Associate Professor Shari DeSilva, M.D. 333Congratulations Class of 1992! Lawrence Kessel, M.D. Family Class of 1980 Daniel Kessel, M.D. Family Class of 1983 Congratulations to %gde.rick Q. CairyCe, fM.CD. We re so proud of you! All our love. Mom Dad, Grandmom Williams, Grandmom Beuford, Randy Shandia Congratulations to Jonathan B. Strober, M.D. The pride we have for you on this special occasion is exceeded only by the love we have for you now and always. Mom Dad, Benna, Mona, Grandma Blanche, Bea Bob Schoenbrun Congratulations Best Wishes CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES to the TO THE Class of 1992 CLASS OF 1992 MDT Biologic Co. 1777 E Henrietta Road Rochester, NY 14623 associates, inc. W PRNTIM3 AND KJH PflOOUCTlON OF DflECT MAA. (215) 825-2570CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1992 from the Medical Staff of St. Christopher's Hospital for Children 335Congratulations ERICA MONET BELTON, M.D. We're Extremely Proud! Much Love — Mom, Gammy, Dani the rest of the family CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1992! JOHN H. 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Maurer, M.D. Mamed Mesgarzadeh, M.D. Paul D. Radecki, M.D. George Revesz, Ph.D. Francis J. Shea, M.D. Eleanor Smergel, M.D. Theodore Villafana, Ph.D. Michael A. Villani, M.D. Richard Vitti, M.D. Thomas Witomski, M.D. Barbara Wolfson, M.D. Marvin C. Ziskin, M.D., Ph.D.Congratulations to the Class of 1992 Department of Urology Congratulations to the Class of 1992 School of Medicine 1 Temple University General Alumni Association William H. Duncan, M.D. '59 President Congratulations to Stephen D. Katz, M.D. and the Class of '92 Mom, Dad, Charlie Lise 338CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1992! MONTGOMERY FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER William H. Rodgers, III, M.D. Marc W. McKenna, M.D. Hazel M. Bluestein, M.D. Louis D. Mancano, M.D. Montgomery Professional Building 1330 Powell Street Suite 409 Norristown, PA 19401 Telephone: (215) 277-0964 Best Wishes to the Class of 1992 CARDIOVASCULAR SURGICAL ASSOCIATES OF DELAWARE Gerald M. Lemole, M.D. Kathleen W. McNicholas, M.D. Paschal M. Spagna, M.D. A. Jorge Serra, M.D. Nadiv Shapira, M.D. 339GOOD LUCK to the CLASS OF 1992! The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology Congratulations to the Class of 1992 Department of Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center Congratulations to WILMA VIRELLA-SANTANA, M.D. and THE CLASS OF 1992 Temple University School of Medicine The Late Jose A. Virella, M.D. (father) Luz E. Santana-Pena, Esquire (mother) The Late Carlos L. Vila-Arana, Ph.D. (husband) Jose A. Virella-Santana, Esquire (brother) Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Vila (iti-lazos) The Late Julio Santana (grandfather) Mrs. Emestina P. Santana (grandmother) Mr. and Mrs. Julio Santana-Pena Mr. Julio C. Rivera, Esquire Miss Lizzette Gomez 340 esidenc bingtor l 5 Temple grads tell why they chose Abington Memorial Hospital. ‘A commitment to Resident education in a supportive, efficient atmosphere is what attracted me to Abington. The interactions between attendings, fellow Residents and students here is rare, and has created an environment conducive to teaming. I've been impressed with the Hospital's overall devotion to patient care. The ancillary services here are excellent, and have certainly made life as a Resident more enjoyable. Jeremy Jaffe, M.D., Temple '91 Internal Medicine "AMH is a wonderful place to experience residency training. While being a large community hospital, it offers a wide range of clinical opportunities and medical technology. In addition, the excellent nursing staff and ancillary support services allow maximum time to develop and train as a house officer.’ Jordan Rush, M.D., Temple '90 OB GYN ■Abington is dedicated to creating a learning atmosphere for its Residents. The facilities, which are already good, are constantly improving. Also, you are given the freedom and support to pursue your special interests. Michele Bernardlch, D.M.D., Temple '91 Dentistry ’AMH takes the good things about university programs and the good things about private hospital programs and combines them in the perfect Wend, providing excellent teaching cases and strong academics while, at the same time, offering a friendly environment and excellent ancillary services. Bob Maxwell, M.D., Temple '90 Surgery “The atmosphere is conducive to learning. There's more respect for students and residents. On rounds, there's no 'one-up-manship . Everybody's here to learn. Carlton Silver, M.D., Temple '88 Family Practice Abington Memorial Hospital offers — • Level It Trauma Center • Major obstetrical referral center • High tech facilities — MRI, lithotrlpter, Level III NICU • Opportunities to join thriving practices in Philadelphia's northern suburbs • Residency programs In — Family Practice General Surgery Internal Medicine Obstetrfcs'Gynecology Dentistry Dental Surgery For more information about Abington Memorial hospital’s residency programs, ask your colleagues above or call 576-2603. l«l Abington Memorial Hospital 1200 Old York Road • Abington, PA 19001 341Congratulations to LANDO YAROSLAV, M.D. We are so proud of you! All our love — Mom and Dad Grandparents Niece, Julia Nicole and her parents Allegheny Family Physicians ‘Clinical Clerkships ‘Rural Clerkships Pre-Clinical Preceptorships Affiliated with: Family Community Medicine The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University For addtional information contact: Kathleen E. Sweeney, DO Recruitment Coordinator 501 Howard Avenue, Building “P Altoona, PA 16601 Telephone: (814) 946-2020 342CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1992 from the DEAN and his STAFF Allen R. Myers, M.D. Richard J. Kozera, M.D. William E. Barry, M.D. Sally Rosen, M. D. Thomas R. Freitag Stanley J. Mann, Ph. D. Charles S. Ireland, Jr. Dawn B. Marks, Ph. D. William F. Schulze Ronald F. Tuma, Ph. D. Robert R. Smedley, Ed. D. Rose A. Ferrara Sandra J. McDade M. Judith Russo Peter N. Walsh, M. D. Dean and Associate Vice President, HSC Senior Associate Dean Associate Dean for Medical Education Associate Dean for Student Affairs Associate Dean for Administration Associate Dean for Resources Assistant Dean Director of RAR Program Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies Assistant Dean at Albert Einstein Medical Center Assistant Dean for Admissions Assistant Dean for CME Director of Administrative Services Director of Business Affairs, Health Sciences Center Director of Faculty Student Records Director of the M.D. Ph.D. Proaram 343GIVE 'EM HELL, WALLY! Sifvestri Steertmn Surgical Associates GENERAL THORACIC AND VASCULAR SURGERY ARCinMEDE J. SILVESTRI, M.D. PALL II. STEER MAN, M.D. LEONARD II. COHEN, M.D. 7500 CENTRAL AVE. - 204 KLEIN PROF. BLDG. 503 PHILA..PA 19111 5401 OLD YORK RD. 728-7774 224 -2700 PHILA., PA 19141 (MAILING ADDRESS) 455-1260 Congratulations to our graduating friends! Department of Internal Medicine CONEMAUGH VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Johnstown, Pennsylvania 344Congratulations to the Class of 1992 from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Temple University Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine P.D. Alburger, M.D. R.R. Betz, M.D. R.D. Campo, Ph.D. M. Clancy, M.D. D.H. Clements, M.D. N.A. Johanson, M.D. J.D. Kelly, IV, M.D. J.W. Lachman, M.D. P.A. Marchetto, M.D. R.A. Moyer, M.D. E.J. Resnick, M.D. J.J. Thoder, M.D. 345CONGRATULATIONS TO ANNE LOUISE HAYES, M.D. We're So Proud of You! Mom Dad ROBERT ALLEN STRAUSS, M.D. We’re So Proud of You! Love, Mom, Dad, Megan, Eric Kevin CONGRATULATIONS MICHAEL J. CHMIELEWSKI, M.D. All Our Love and Pride Dad Aw Richard Brant Hart II, M. D. There’s no thrill in easy sailing, When the sky is clear and blue; There’s no joy in merely doing Things which anyone can do. But there is great satisfaction That is mighty sweet to take, When you’ve reached a destination That you worked so hard to make. Susan Mom and Dad With Love and Best Wishes Grandpa Hart David Grandpa Grandma Drenckpohl Kathy John 346CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1992 Department of Otorhinolaryngology Max L. Ronis, M.D., Chair Ellen S. Deutsch, M.D. Glenn C. Isaacson, M.D Emil P. Liebman, M.D. William H. Martin, Ph.D. Melvin L. Masloff, M.D. Rose M. Mohr, M.D. Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of '92 The Hospital A state leader in Surgery, Cardiology, Oncology, Neonatology, Radiology, and Psychiatry. The Opportunities Residency programs in Family Medicine, Obstetrics Gynecology, Diagnostic Radiology, Internal Medicine, Preliminary Medicine, and a transitional program. The Surroundings Located in historic Berks County, combining comfortable suburban living and rural charm with close proximity to major metropolitan areas of the East Coast. The Reading Hospital and Medical Center Sixth Avenue and Spruce Street, West Reading, PA 347WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU VINCENT AGATINO CANTONE, M.D. CONGRATULATIONS!! All Our Love, Mom Papa HENDERSON BROTHERS, INC. Insurance STABILITY, KNOW-HOW, STRENGTH JOHN K. STEFAN 400 FALLOWFIELD AVE. (412)483-8921 CHARLEROI, PA 15022 James E. Walmsley, III Senior Hospital Sales Representative Hospital and Institutional Sales Group Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 1481 Bradley Lane Warminster. PA 18974 215-672-8767 Congratulations and Every Success to EDWARD DAVID MICHEL, M.D. and THE CLASS OF 1992 With Much Love and Pride, Mother, Al, Den, Denise Ken 348Best Wishes to The Class of 1992 for fulfilling careers and lives. We enjoyed working with you The Faculty and Residents Department of Medicine Albert Einstein Medical Center Herbert S. Waxman, M.D. Chairman Lisa Wallenstein, M.D. Associate Chair Michael Czarnecki, D.0. Assistant Chairman Tina Phipps, Ph.D. Behavioral Sciences DIVISION HEADS Morris N. Kotler, M.D., Cardiology Robert Fox, M.D., Dermatology Sol Epstein, M.D., Endocrinology Gary M. Levine, M.D., Gastroenterology Mark Capkin, M.D. (TUSM ’80). General Internal Medicine William Kavesh, M.D., Geriatric Medione Mehdi Kajani, M.D., Hematology Richard S. Levy, M.D., Infectious Disease Raslb M. Raja, M.D., Nephrology Martin Cohen, M.D., Oncobgy Michael Llppmann, M.D., Pulmonary Mary E. Moore, M.D. (TUSM ’67), Rheumatology ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER Genius in health care 349Saint Vincent Health Center Family practice RESIDENCY PROGRAM BAC-SITRUONG-TRONG-HIEN DAC-SI Y-KIIOA 1992 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 232 West 25 Street f Erie, Pennsylvania 16544 p J" SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 814-452-5100 JUl BA MA VA CAC ANH CHI EM: ANH CHI HUONG VA CAC CHAU, ANH CHI HOA VA CAC CHAU, ANH CHI DUNG VA CAC CHAU, CHI TIIUAN, EM LUONG, HUYEN, THANH, CUONG MARIE. DI DUONG HOT VA CAC EM: NGOC- PHILIP L. DeRIENZO FUNERAL HOME, INC. TRAM, JERRY, SUZAN, KATHY. ANH CHI MINI! (HAY) VA CHAU THE, CUNG TAT CA CAC GIA-DINH IIAI BEN “NOI-NGOAI” DONG THANH KINH MEN VA VUI MUNG. 782 Thompson Avenue Donora, PA 15033 BA MA TRUONG-VAN-TINII 216 Chess Street TRUONG TUYET LY Till Monongahela, PA 15063 Congratulations to RICHARD LEE CATALAN, M.D. We're so proud of you! All our love — Dad, Mom, Artie. Linda, Pete, Peter, Leslie, Dominick, and Family 350Marstcm (hfin 'Own- pM 0 w£tf 10814 Northeast Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19116 Toll Free: 1-800-822-3004 (In Philadelphia: 1-215-969-0600) featuring the finest ORestaurant Equipment Supplies Disposable Paper Plastic Products OLaundry Systems □IJanitorial Equipment Chemicals □Concession Supplies OFacility Planning Design Service Training Consulting Services CONGRATULATIONS TO KAREN POLSKY, M.D. We Are Very Proud! Love— Mom, Dad, Judith, Steven, Grandmom, Charlie Congratulations to MATTHEW A. D'ONOFRIO, M.D. We Are Proud of You and We Love You! Mom. Suzanne, Patricia, Kenney, Courtney. Chelsea, Sam, Lisa Congratulations to Michael J. Chmielewski, M.D. Hazel Construction Inc. 374 Wonhington Mill Road Rich boro, PA 18954 215-579-4232 Congratulations to Jeffrey S. Burket and Class of 1992 Ramon C. Burket, M.D. 352Congratulations to ‘The Class of 1992 from the ‘Department of Surgery 353Charles A. Glanville Dr. John H. Martin and Dorothy Dennison Andro Soiraty M2. lirtmv OrRKnzo M2. C 4lcm ro H Inlaw CTMABcyVl Ellen Lee Sklar Carmen Sanchez 354TEMPLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS John H. Martin '58, President Anthony J. Comerota '74, President-Elect Kenneth H. Gordon '48, Vice-President Emily J. Penman '78, Secretary Louis X. Santore '80, Treasurer E. Howard Bedrossian '45, Immediate Past President ALUMNI DIRECTORS Allen R. Myers, M.D., Dean Stephen D. Lockey III '63 EMERITUS DIRECTORS Richard P. Albertson '63 Richard M. Lubowitz '52 William A. Buchheit '60 A. James Alderfer '65 Richard M. Magill '65 William H. Coleman '45 D. Michael Baxter '80 Allan D. Marks '62 Dominic A. DcLaurentis '53 William R. Beckwith '64 Ronald J. Mattson '71 Frederick W. Durham '45 I. Pave! Chavin '55 James B. McClurken '76 John H. Hall '41 Richard A. Close '72 Francis J. Menapace '70 Trudeau M. Horrax '46 William T. Delp'54 Paul H. Menzel '65 Edwin Lauterbach '46 Robert I. Dennis '71 Curt D. Miller '79 Walter J. Levinsky '45 Wm. H. Duncan '59 Robert H. Mills, Jr. '88 Walter E. Margie, Jr. '51 Tamar D. Earnest '68 Mary E. Moore '67 Gladys M. Miller '51 John H. Esbenshadc Jr. '55 Peter B. Panzer '74 John R. Minehart '35 Albert J. Finestone '45 Stephen R. Permut '72 Frederick Murtagh Jr. '43 Gilbert A. Friday '56 Richard C. Putnam '51 W. Gordon Pauley '53 Thomas L. Gaydos '61 W. Gale Reish '68 Leslie W. Whitney '44 Anthony R. Giorgio '73 Natalie Pressman Hartenbaum '85 Wm. D. Reppert '51 Edward J. Resnick '51 FACULTY STUDENT Robert A. Heinbach '77 E. Ronald Salvitti '63 REPRESENTATIVES William C. Hcwson '54 Walter L. Scheetz '58 Martin Black, M.D. Eric K. Holm '69 Charles R. Shuman '43 Christer Carlsson, M.D., Ph.D. A. Richard Kendall '56 John R. Siberski '75 Kenneth R. Cundy, Ph.D. Woodrow B. Kessler '62 Frederick P. Sutliff '46 Umberto DeRienzo '92 E. James Kohl '66 William S. Tasman '55 Andrea Satinsky '93 Arthur Krosnick '50 Charles D. Tourtellotte '57 Colleen Fox '94 Gerald M. Lemole '62 Michael H. Ufberg '66 Julianne O'Malley '95 Joseph B. Lennert '73 Fraser Lewis '60 Howard F. Warner, '53 Milton A. Wohl '49 STAFF Charles A. Glanville, Executive Director Ellen Lee Sklar, Executive Secretary Jill S. Unger, Development Assistant Carmen Sanchez, Secretary-Receptionist 355Congratulations fod's Pest to 9 [ancy Jeanne Martin, M.T). We 're So Proud of you! All our love — Mother Dad, Karen Denny, Darrell Katherine, Steven Congratulations to Olucfti 9{. Mpakjinma, M.(D. We Love you and Lire So Proud of you! From all of us — Mom Dad, Obioma, Uloaku, Nkire Nnebuihe, Chinedu Ulonwandi, Eziuche, Uchcoma, Chiagozie, Chidinma, and OkeomaCONGRATULATIONS to STEPHANI RENEE ALLISON COFFMAN, M.D. CLASS OF 1992 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE From Those Who Love THE ALLISONS THE GRAMMS Dad Myron Mom Chelle Lizz Darrell Leon THE ELSKAMPS Christine Dale Grandpa Lee Gladys George THE COFFMANS Sheryl Fritz Jennifer Allison Tony Carlin David Mary Jean Marlyn You — Your Family THE MAISNERS THELIBBYS Uncle Karl Grandma Aunt Judy Grandpa Karl Jr. THE GUTCHERS THE TAYLORS Scott Doug Lisa Lori Rheanna Bryan Justin Kevin Mark Matthew Maria THE ROBERTSONS Adam Grant Andrew Lisa Aaron 357Congratulations Michael! We're all very proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Tim, Maureen and Kathleen CORNWELLS SKATING CENTER 2350 Bristol Pike • Bcnsalem, PA (215)638-7766 n Weekend Skating Times |L Fri.eve. 7:30-11:00 Sat. aft. 12:30-3:30 If SaL cvc. 7:30-11:00 1- Sun aft. 1:00-5:00 1- Sun. eve. 7:00-10:00 L $1.00 OFF The regular admission with this coupon (skate rental) Valid (ny wcelcnd expimuoo £Up MU9S I I I J Life Cycle of + e Studeof a the 1 Hi 1 XtrMoglc SttQjati rh t m '•nuTsnt »r- , trsr.i formed indiuauMS rrxse s jes may occur SurUJtantpuS ... itsuAlly durw, finals rrecK medical School A Salofl. to try Struts "c MSMtOf - 6mm I •W m £;.v K«.v.| With Appreciation Congratulations to (Dr. Kenneth %. Cundy from tfe Department of Microbiology and Immunology Li a A . . jj a ti n a a i t A-A A.M.AA.I 358Congratulations to the Class of 1992 The Department of Anesthesiology N TLi Celebrating 50 years of Anesthesiology at Temple University 1952—1992 Centocor Specializing in Monoclonal Antibody Medicine 200 GREAT VALLEY PARKWAY MALVERN, PA 19355 (215) 651-6000 359CongratuCations to Jacinth 9A.. %e,id-Artist, fM.fD. Special Thanks to you have done it!! We 're so proud of you! All our love— Mom, Elaine, Marlene, Boris, Pixy, Peter, Michelle, Sterling, Che-ry! ftrtfiur Derick, Ingrid, N'eices Nephews for her hard work. CONGRATULATIONS TO creativity, and patience! ERIC RUSSELL BOESHORE, M.D. We're so proud of you! Sincerely, All our love — Mom and Dad, Steph, Kim. Joel. Grant Heike. Ralph Mill©. Tom Peggy. Al Shirley. John Rita, Barry. Cherrie Seth. Earl, Beryl Danny. Gerry, Deb Chris, Doug, Amy Mark, Lisa Mike Marina and Mike Congratulations Success to We hope you G. Brian Holloway, M.D. all have fulfilling and careers in medicine. Kathleen A. Holloway, M.D. We enjoyed learning Temple University School of Medicine with you. Good Luck! Proud Loving Parents SCRANTON-TEMPLE George Barbara Holloway RESIDENCY PROGRAM Thomas Frances Stolnis 360The Department of Psychiatry Congratulates You, the 1992 Graduates of Temple's School of Medicine Welcome to the very privileged world of the physician. One of the greatest gifts in life is to share intimately in the life process of other human beings. This is the richness of parenting, the gift of coming to love and know our parents and the joy of sharing a life intimately with a beloved partner. Only the priest and the physician (perhaps the teacher in select moments) are allowed into this personal circle of intimacy. We are privileged to experience new birth. We experience death as the circle of life continues. We are invited to share in our patients' physical and mental pain or infirmity and granted, from time to time, to extend life or enhance its richness. The grocer or banker, the lawyer, the housekeeper or dancer, all miss this special gift which our patients bestow upon us. Thus, in the whirlwind future of HMOs, PPOs, HCFA, and even office costs and old medical school loans, remember...this special gift — this private window into another's life — which we have been allowed to experience. Treat each giver of this gift — rich or poor, compliant or crotchety — as if he or she has just given you a treasured diamond...because in the intimacy of the doctor-patient relationship your patient has... Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1992 Temple University School of Medicine ■Philadelphia ■geriatric enter 361Congratulations to Susan ‘Beth T pzvahj, M.D. We 're So IProucC of you! All our love, Mom •Dad, Michelle ‘Jred, Michael Megan To Lauren: Be cognizant that you are not alone — you are one of the players. Here’s to compassion, to feelings, to dignity, to warmth, to life. And always love. May you find fulfillment in your chosen field of Neurosurgery. Mom and Dad, Andrew, Jonathon, Mitchell MERIN STUDIOS, INC. Creating Distinctive Photography 2981 Grant Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114 OR 3-5777 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1992 Congratulations to Stanton W. Saltzman € DAMON CLINICAL LABORATORIES 3190 TREMONT AVENUE TREVOSE, PA 19053-6689 (215) 632-4100 on his retirement! Thanks for many years of service Service to the Medical Community Since 1970 362TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Compliments of Knoll Pharmaceuticals Originators of Verapamil Committed to quality healthcare with innovative products ISOPTINSR (wropomiHCQ Rythmol “ViCOdiO— Dilaudidc krpjknrrHCI hydromo»phone HO “Vicodin CoHagemise Zostrix SonlyT •(MAMUiJIKCUNt ANOTHER QUALITY TOWARD EXCELLENCE SERVICE OF a knoll BASF OnAJf) « 1992. BASF KSF Corporate (Best Wishes from Our (House to Hi e Class of 1992 on Hour graduation 'ECsie and Kenneth Cundy 363Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '92 Office of Medical Education and Research THE MERCY HOSPITAL OF PITTSBURGH 1400 Locust Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Congratulations Best Wishes to Donna M. Simmons, M.D. for fulfilling your goals Love— Mom, Dad, Jody and Barry 3643656— 3661— Sue Nowak 2— Ray Pitetti 3— Matt D’Onofrio 4— Eric Boeshore 5— Michele Tedeschi 6— Anthony Frempong-Boadu 6—THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH I do solemnly swear by that which I hold most sacred: “That I will be loyal to the profession of medicine and just and generous to its members; That I will lead my life and practice my art in uprightness and honor; That into whatsoever house I shall enter, it shall be for the good of the sick to the utmost of my power, I holding myself aloof from wrong; from corruption, and from the tempting of others to vice; That I will exercise my art solely for the cure of my patients, and will give no drug, perform no operation for a criminal purpose, even if solicited, far less suggest it; That whatsoever I shall see or hear of the lives of men which is not fitting to be spoken, I will keep inviolably secret. These things I do promise and in proportion as I am faithful to this my oath may happiness and good repute be ever mine. The opposite if I shall be forsworn.” 368i


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