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

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 SKULL 1995 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 3400 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140 1Oatk of G«nc I solemnly pledge myself to devote my Oft to the service of humanity. I wUl maintain by aU the means in my power, the honor and the nobte traditions of the medical profession. I will practice my profession with conscience and dignity. 'flu health of my patients will 6t my first consideration. I will respect the secrets confided in me. I will maintain the utmost respict for human Cfe, from its beginning; even under threat I will not use my medical Knowledge contrary to laws of humanity. I will not permit considerations of religion, nationality, race, ethnicity, social standing or type of illness to intervene between my duty and patient. I win respect an who assist me in my quest for the ffrowtcdge that heals. My colleagues win be as trusted family. I male these promises solemnly, freely and upon my i honor. 2TACUL ry VAgt 14 S‘E (IO(R$ TSIQ'E 160 R£Sl‘imHCYES ¥AG‘E336 3 SKULL 1995 4 '■ } Jsi Kq CoChief Editors Donelle Rhoads • Kathleen Chin • Michelle Seyedzadeh Assistant Editor Timothy Rupp Business Editor Raquel Apodaca Layout Editor Damali Campbell Layout Staff Raquel Apodaca • Manish Gupta • Michelle Seyedzadeh Damali Campbell • Jacqueline Ho • Timothy Rupp Kathleen Chin • Donelle Rhoads Class Photographer James Mahoney Contributing Photographers The Class of 1995 Senior Portraits and Developing Merin Studios Inc. Typesetting Yearbook Advisor Cheryl Arthur Dr. Kenneth Cundy Publisher Cooke Publishing Company The 1995 yearbook staff would like to recognize the students, faculty and staff of Temple University School of Medicine for their contribution toward the production of this book. Without your time, contributions, energy and devotion, this endeavor would not be possible. Special thanks and appreciation to Ms. Cheryl Arthur, Dr. Kenneth Cundy Mr. Otto Lehmann. Mr. Jerry Pearlman. Dr. Sally Rosen, the Dean’s office staff. Mr. Lou Guameri, Ms. Lisa Naab, Mr Mrs Godfrey and Jim Mahoney for his visual documentary of the Class of '95 over the years tAc Sdlt Tk A Dear Fellow Classmates, Congratulations! We finally made it! The past four years have been filled with both hard work and fun times, it seems like only yesterday when we sat at orientation, taking personality tests and staring at the packet of Schncck Notes, wondering how wc were ever going to leam it all Now look at us, at the end of our medical school career about to undertake a new direction in our lives. Putting together an accurate reflection of our times at Temple was not an easy task. It took a lot of hard work and dedication from a special group of people who gave up their valuable time in putting this collection of memories together. We’d like to give special thanks to Dr. Kenneth Cundy, our advisor, and Ms Cheryl Arthur, our typesetter and book-keeper. We'd also like to show our gratitude to the Cooke Publishing Company, especially Lou Guameri for his extraordinary patience and guidance, and Lisa Naab for her technical advice and support. A very’ special thanks to those parents, faculty, alumni and businesses who supported the SKULL financially with their contributions. The editors would like to thank the staff of SKULL '94 for passing down the "wisdom" of their experiences and Dr Sally Rosen for her continued support, as well as the use of the computer and office space. We would also like to wish the staff of SKULL '96 the best of luck with their project. Lastly, the editors and the staff of SKULL '95 would like to thank the individual members of the Class of 1995 for their creative senior pages and candid photographs which were vital in the completion of this book. We w ish you the very best in all your future endeavors. Wc hope you will always remember the good times we’ve had, the friendships we've made and the great education we've received at Temple. Wc encourage you all to become supportive alumni so that future Temple medical students may benefit and continue to receive the quality of education that makes us Temple proud! OJO®. ( CuUe n oJOty. 5‘Dedication Carson D. Schneck, M.D., Ph.D. It is rare to encounter a person like Dr. Carson Schncck-a person who has so easily inspired class after class of future physicians to I cam The enthusiasm with which he greeted us as freshmen was remarkable and helped prepare us for what was to come in the next four years. It is for this reason that the Class of 1995 has elected to dedicate this edition of The Skull to Dr. Carson Schncck. Carson Schncck was bom on October 10, 1933 in Allentown. Pennsylvania. His father drove a beer delivery truck; liis mother sewed buttons at a shirt factory. He attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown and received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1955. During his college years, he aspired to become a physician It was also during this time that he discovered his desire to teach It w-as not until his junior year at Temple University School of Medicine, however, that he decided to become a science teacher. Dr. Schncck admits that the decision between teaching Anatomy and teaching Physiology w-as a difficult one as both areas appealed to him greatly. In 1960, upon completing a rotating internship at Frankford Hospital in Philadelphia, Dr Schncck returned to Temple in a faculty position and pursued his Ph. D. part-time. In his first year, he recalls having taught over 600 hours of Anatomy, including Gross Anatomy. Histology, Embryology, and Ncuroanatomy. To accomplish this, students needed to attend 40 hours of class each week and 4 hours of class each Saturday. According to Dr. Schneck, it is easy to realize how he needed to use his teaching time wisely as the ngorous schedule allowed little tree time for students to study outside the classroom. It was also in 1960 that Dr. Schneck first began to teach members of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Shortly thereafter, he began teaching members of the Departments of Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, and Otolaryngology. Dr. Schncck received his Ph. D. in January, 1965 under the tutelage of Dr. John Franklin Huber His thesis dealt with the development of the knee and ankle joints which he postulated to be the result of in ulero activity of the fetus His was the first doctorate degree to come out of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Temple In 1974, Dr. Schncck was promoted to full professor in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology He admits that although he enjoys basic science research, he was not very satisfied with laboratory research. He became interested in diagnostic imaging through ultrasonography and worked with this modality for 12 years prior to the advent of computer tomography In 1986, he received an appointment in research teaching from the department of diagnostic imaging at Temple Many people have influenced the life of Carson Schncck Dr John Franklin Huber, past chair of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, taught him to care for his students and their progress. At Muhlenberg. Professor Stein of the Department of Philosophy and Theology first introduced Dr Schneck to the concept of the Socratic method of teaching And perhaps his most important influence was that of colleague J. Robert Troyer, who emphasized to Dr. Schneck the importance of preparing for lectures- even after having given the same lectures for over 35 years. Today, Dr. Schneck still lectures to almost all medical and surgical specialties. He teaches approximately 200 hours each year at the Continuing Medical Education level, and prepares review courses for the National Board of Medical Examiners exam as well as board exams in Rehabilitative Medicine, Neuroscience, and Psychiatry. And lastly. Dr Schneck teaches between 45 and 70 senior medical students in special topics related to human anatomy. Reflecting upon his career, there is so much that Dr. Schneck wishes to accomplish that he has no imminent plans for retirement He is currently at work with David Kaplan, Class of 1995, in research involving Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Doppler flow studies on the effects of posture on blood flow to the brain The list of honors and special awards received by Dr. Schneck reflects not only his excellence as an academician, but also the respect he has earned from those he has educated. This include the Cum Laude Award of the Radiological Society of America, which he received in December 1994 for his MRJ studies of the effects of conditioning exercise on muscle. In 1988, Dr. Schncck had the honor of receiving the Alpha Omega Alpha Distinguished Teacher Award in basic science as well as the Temple University Great Teacher Award Dr. Schneck is proud to be the faculty member to whom The Skull has been dedicated twice before Furthermore, he is proud to have been involved in every graduation ceremony of the School of Medicine since Dr. Leo Henikolf first introduced the Hooding Ceremony in 1980. Dr. Schneck is currently the Acting Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Temple University School of Medicine. He and his wife, Freda, have been mamed since 1956. They arc the parents of Deborah, a business manager for Bell Atlantic in Washington, D.C.; and Stephanie, a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh 67On our progress as students. Dr. Schneck believes that as we have matured, we have become more focused in terms of what we want. Dr. Schneck feels that as one becomes more sophisticated, the more enjoyable and more rewarding that person is to teach. While Dr. Schneck enjoys teaching at any level, he enjoys teaching senior medical students the most. "You cannot possibly teach a freshman everything you know, ' says Dr. Schneck. 8And lastly, when asked if he would do anything differently, Dr. Schneck replies, "Not at all!". He believes that he has found an optimal life style in which he is able to enjoy the work he performs and gets paid for it! It is with great admiration and sincerest gratitude that the Class of 1995 dedicates its edition of the SKULL to Dr. Carson Schneck, for it has truly been an honor to meet an individual who has so easily inspired and influenced others to seek higher expectations of themselves. Timothy Rupp - Class of 1995MOO ERS Hoods represent a relic of medievalism in modem academic life. The hood's silken lining represents the color of the University, the velvet indicates the special area of study. The colors of Temple University are Cherry Red and White ; the Dark Green represents Medicine. Hoodcrs are individuals who symbolically bestow our degrees upon us. Each year the senior class chooses four individuals to place Academic Hoods upon us at our graduation ceremony. These distinguished individuals arc selected not only for superb quality of teaching, but for their hard work and dedication to the class and Temple University School of Medicine. Our four years in medical school have been made easier and more enjoyable by-individuals such as these, and they have served as great inspirations to us all. Hooders for the Class of 1995 are: Ronald F. Tuma - Professor and Chairperson, Department of Physiology and Assistant Dean of Admissions TUSM. Michael Wang - course director for Medical Physiology. Sarah S. Long - Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Section Chief, Department of Infectious Disease, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. Concetta Harakal - course director for Medical Pharmacology. On behalf of the Class of 1995, the yearbook staff wishes to thank each and every one of you, for your time and guidance during the early stages of our medical careers. Dr. Tuma Dr. Wang -11In ‘Memoriam The Class of 1995 would like to remember those individuals who have touched our lives during our academic career at Temple. They will be missed. 12Edward P. Kirby, Ph.D. 1314mm{i9{iS‘?jy¥Tio , Leon S. Malmud, M.D. Senior Vice President, Health Sciences Center Chief Executive Officer, Temple University Hospital Allen R. Myers, M.D. Dean and Associate Vice President Health Sciences Center Richard J. Kozcra, M.D. Senior Associate Dean Thomas R. Freitag, M.B.A. Associate Dean for Administration and Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Center Business Affairs William E. Barry, M.D. Associate Dean for Curriculum Stanley Mann, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Resources Sally Rosen, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Ronald F. Tuma, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Admissions Robert R. Smcdlcy, Ed.D. Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education Dawn Marks. Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies William F. Schulze, M.A. Assistant Dean for Temple at Albert Einstein Medical Center Charles S. Ireland, Jr. Assistant Dean and Director of Recruitment. Admissions and Retention Sandra McDadc Director, Business Affairs for Health Science Center Charles Glanvilie Executive Director of Development and Medical Alumni Affairs Ellen Sklar Associate Director for Development and Alumni Affairs Gloria Greenberg Administrative Coordinator Moses L. Williams, Ph.D. Director of Admissions Mark-Alien Taylor Director of the Health Science Center Library Peter Walsh M.D., Ph.D. Director, M.D. Ph.D. Program M. Judith Russo Director, Office of Faculty and Student Records Sharon Jacobs, M.B.A. Director, Planning and Administrative Services Bernice A Parlak, M.S.W. Executive Director, Institute on Aging Betty Bcrdei Assistant to the Dean, Office of the Dean Robert Villicr Director, Public Relations Anne O. Lewis Administrative Assistant, Office of the Dean Secretarial Staff Hclga Sauter Mary Jackson Sharon Pointer Gloria Greenberg Hazel Thomas Anne Lewis Betty Bcrdei Shirley Burton-Hall Dorothy Newton Peg Lipsett Mary Stepp Shirley Ester Renee Scott Maria Chancy Janet Canruth Sally Ginsburg Diane Weathers Margaret McChcsncy 16171861—ffl xrroMy cell ‘BioLogy— Carson D. Schneck, M.D., Ph.D. Chairperson F. David Aker, Ph.D. Mark M. Black, Ph.D. Albert A. Lamperti, Ph.D. Judith Litvin, Ph.D. Thomas A. Marino, Ph.D. Michael Montgomery, Ph.D. Patricia Olds-Clarke, Ph.D. Joanne Orth, Ph.D. Brett A. Oxberry, Ph.D. Laurie G. Paavola, Ph.D. Helen E. Pearson, Ph.D. Steven J. Phillips, M.D. Stephen H. Pilder, Ph.D. Steven H. Popoff, Ph.D. Timothy H. Shickley, Ph.D. 20 X atlas of human ANATOMY FRANK KNETTER.M.O. 2123‘BIOCttEMlS'TKfy E. Prekumar Reddy, Ph.D. Chairperson David E. Ash, Ph.D. Guenther Boden, M.D. Andrei Z. Budzynski, Ph.D. Parkson Chong, Ph.D. Siu-Wah Chung, Ph.D. Jon K. deRiel, Ph.D. Danny N. Dhanasekaran, Ph.D. Jerome L. Gabriel, Ph.D. Kathleen Giangiacomo, Ph.D. Antonio Giordano, Ph.D. Charles Grubmeyer, Ph.D. James A. Gurr, Ph.D. Robert H. Hamilton, Ph.D. Kimi Hatton, Ph.D. Elliott C. Kulakowski, Ph.D. Keith Latham, Ph.D. Fredda London, Ph.D. Prabhakar D. Lotlikar, Ph.D. Dawn B. Marks, Ph.D. Warren E. Masker, Ph.D. Krishna Murthy, Ph.D. Emilia Oleszak, Ph.D. Ronald Pieringer, Ph.D. Cynthia S. Schlosser, Ph.D. Vijay-Kumar Senadhi, Ph.D. Scott Shore, Ph. D. Dipali Sinha, Ph.D. Colleen Smith, Ph.D. Dianne R. Soprano, Ph.D. Andrew M. Stem, Ph.D. Barbara L. Stitt, Ph.D. Robert J. Suhadolnik, Ph.D. Peter Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. Peter Wong, Ph.D. Nobuto Yamamoto, Ph.D 24255weysioLogy- James P. Ryan, Ph.D. Acting Chairperson Steven P. Driska, Ph.D. James L. Heckman, Ph.D. Steven R. Houser, Ph.D. M. Anna Kowalska, Ph.D. Eileen Mulligan, Ph.D. Stefan Niewiarowski, M.D., Ph.D. Charles M. Philips,M.S.E.E. Thomas H. Shaffer, Ph.D. Ronald F. Tuma, Ph.D. Usha S. Vasthate, Ph.D. Michael B. Wang, Ph.D. Roy L. White, Ph.D. Marla R. Wolfson, Ph.D. 10. Use those moments when you may not be paying attention to these lectures to mentally prepare yourself for the big softball game against the Physiology Department. Perhaps you could make out a batting order, or chart the strengths (few) and weaknesses (many) of our team. 11. Practice batting in preparation for the unofficial hardball game after the official softball game. Extra exam credit will be awarded to those who can hit Driska’s curve balL (JUST KIDDING!!!) 2627‘pmHOLogy Henry Simpkins, M.D., Ph.D. Chairperson James Caya, M.D. Nahum Duker, M.D. I. Bruce Elfenbein, M.D. Bruce Goldman, M.D. Grace Hartman, M.D. Eugene Hoenig, M.D. Bette Lazzaro, M.D. Pen-Ming Ming, M.D. Kai Ni, M.D. Sally Rosen, M.D. Chik-Kwun Tang, M.D. John Wurzel, M.D. 2829—MlC‘KP IOLOQty lMMU9{pLOg0r— Chris Platsoucas, Ph.D. Chairperson Robert Baum, Ph.D. Susan Bock, Ph.D. Helen Buckley, Ph.D. Yung-Wu Chen, Ph.D. Lolita Daneo-Moore, Ph.D. Toby Eisenstein, Ph.D. Earl Henderson, Ph.D. Michael Higgins, Ph.D. Walter Long, Ph.D. Leonard Pakman, Ph.D. Patrick Piggot, Ph.D. Thomas Rogers, Ph.D. Arthur Swartz, Ph.D. Gerald Shockman, Ph.D. Kenneth Soprano, Ph.D. Norman Willett, Ph.D. Leonard Zubrzycki, Ph.D. 30Roger crams for his microbiology midterm. 31vi wsvlACOLogy J. Bryan Smith, Ph.D. Chairperson Martin W. Adler, Ph.D. Barrie Ashby, Ph.D. Martin Black, M.D. Alan Cowan, Ph.D. James L. Daniels, Ph.D. Concetta Harakal, Ph.D. Lee-Yuan Liu-Chen, Ph.D. Thomas Lynch, Ph.D. James McElligott, Ph.D. David Mills, Ph.D. Leon Salganicoff, D.Sc. Michael Sirover, Ph.D. Gerald Sterling, Ph.D. Ronald Tallarida, Ph.D. George van Rossum, Ph.D. 32TH|RD FLOOR •« 111 33 •• DOO ItfJ WO)b£»» (I0 T £ ‘Trtl'Xg ! 35TttMiLyvyjiciicE Stephen R. Permut, M.D., J.D. Acting Chairperson Brian T. McDonough, M.D. Carol Andrews Administrative Secretary Dottie Mauro Program Coordinator'DmcJ9{pS‘TIC MAQIC g Francis J. Shea, M.D. Chairperson Dina F. Caroline, M.D. Virginia P. Mercader, M.D. Barton N. Milestone, M.D. David S. Ball, D.O. Gary S. Cohen, M.D. Akbar Bonakdarpour, M.D. Neil A. Roach, M.D. Orest B. Boyko, M.D., Ph.D. Navced Aktar, M.D. Te-Hua Liu, M.D. Alan H.Maurer, M.D. Leon S. Malmud, M.D. N. David Charkes, M.D. Jean-Luc Urbain, M.D. Robert A. Gatenby, M.D. Michael B. Love, M.D. Mary S. Fisher, M.D. Robert G. Stem, M. D. Thomas Witomski, M.D. Eric N. Faerber, M.D. Kristin L. Crisci, M.D. Evan Geller, M.D. S. Bruce Greenburg, M.D. Eleanor M. Smergel, M.D. Barbara Wolfson, M.D. Linda Knight, Ph. D. George Revesz, Ph. D. Marvin C. Ziskin, Ph. D. 3739ml!ES‘BfESioLog y Christer Carlsson, M.D., Ph.D. Chairperson Rodger Barnette, M.D. Neil W. Brister, M.D., Ph.D. Maria Bartolozzi, M.D. Mark D. Brennan, M.D. Ansuya Chatwani M.D. Anne Carey, M.D. Linda Doberczak, M.D. Elizabeth Drum, M.D. Yi Yan Hong, M.D. Alexandre Karetas, M.D. Nancy Kenepp, M.D. Michael Keresztury, M.D. John Knudsen, M.D. Allan H. Lewis, M.D. Edward H. Leonard, M.D. Perry Loesburg, M.D. David Lopresti, M.D. Luis Mercader, M.D. Timothy O'Grady, M.D. Gertrude Pruckmayr, M.D. John E. Safaryn, M.D. Scott Schartel, D.O. Margaret Schwdler, M.D. Bonita Shapiro, M.D. Harry Smeltz, D.O. Anthony Thornton, M.D. Woodrow W. Wendling, M.D., Ph.D.41Frederic Kauffman, M.D. Chairperson Glenn Freas, M.D. Richard Harrigan, M.D. Kate Heilpem, M.D. David Karras, M.D. Marjorie Lazoff, M.D. Reed Oxman, M.D. Bina Patel, M.D. Philip Van Dongen, M.D. ‘Wiit. wait, wiit I'm confuted Bob. youre the one who's cLitfning your Siamese twin. Frank, changes into a werewolf every fuB moon? 42I9 mR3 L ‘M‘E‘DICI9 cmviowgy Alfred A. Bove, M.D., Ph.D. Chairperson A. Buxton, M.D. Janies A. Burke, M.D., Ph.D. William Combs, M.D. Ezra Deutsch, M.D. Howard Eisen, M.D. Christopher Hansen, M.D. Henry Hsia, M.D. Kenneth Margulies, M.D. Michael T. McDonough, M.D. John M. MiUer, M.D. John P. Panidis, M.D. Deana Pina, M.D. Pia Pollack, M.D. Louis A. Soloff, M.D. Howard F. Warner, M.D. David Wiener, M.D. 4445 ■■TJJ DOCKinOLOQJ 46 Martin Black, M.D. Section Chief Sidney Cohen, M.D. Marta Dabezies, M.D. Robert Fisher, M.D. Brenda Horwitz, M.D. Ira Kelbermand, M.D. Benjamin Krevesky, M.D. Larry Miller, M.D. Carrie Ogorek, M.D. Henry Parkman, M.D. Q'E E JIL U‘E'DICI L Sidney Cohen, M.D. Department Chair Richard Eisenstaedt, M.D. Associate Chair Ellen Tedaldi, M.D. Section Chief Anthony Bonagura, M.D. Kevin Ennis, M.D. Debra Leizman, M.D. Yolanda Mapp, M.D. Faria Mesgar, M.D. Diana Morgenstem, M.D. Darilyn Moyer, M.D. Kristin Parris, M.D. Starr Pearson, M.D. Stephanie Prisch, M.D. Barry Rinker, M.D. Stanley Russin M.D. Mary Frances Schubert, M.D. 48rtT,MwroLogy o9{coLogy Hematology Robert Colman, M.D. Section Chief William Barry, M.D. Richard Eisenstaedt, M.D. Keith R. McCrea, M.D. A. Koneti Rao, M.D. Ronald Rubin, M.D. Sunita Sheth, M.D. Peter Walsh, M.D. X Oncology John Macdonald, M.D. Section Chief Rita Axelrod, M.D. Stuart Goldberg, M.D. Lance Leopold, M.D. Thomas Klumpp, M.D. Kenneth F. Mangan, M.D. Sandra Schnali, M.D. 49IifflEClJOUS 'DIS'EXSTS Bennett Lorber, M.D. Chairperson Robert Swenson, M.D Byungse Suh, M.D., Ph.D. Thomas Fekete, M.D. Peter Axelrod, M.D. Jay Kostman, M.D. "Uh-Oft." 50Christine Bastl, M.D. Section Chief Joseph Benjamin, M.D. Martin Goldberg, M.D. Michael Heifetsm M.D. Ellie Kelepouris, M.D. Gerri Schulman, M.D. Louis J. Riley, M.D. 51Gerald J. Criner, M.D. Acting Section Chief Ony Anakwe, Ph.D. Gilbert D'Alonzo, D.O. J. William Fewell, M.D. Nancy Higgins, M.D. Steven G. Kelsen, M.D. Sam Krachmanm, D.O. Freidrich Kueppers, M.D Gerald O'Brien, M.D. Kenneth Tolep, M.D. 52lyfLUMwioLogy Charles Tourtellottte, M.D. Section Chief Steven Bemey, M.D. Douglass Conaway, M.D. Allen Myers, M.D. Audrey Uknis, M.D. 539{tEU%0L0Q‘Y Jeffery Greenstein, M.D. Chairperson Branch Coslett, M.D. Bibhuti Mishra, M.D. Gerardo Torres, M.D. Joseph Hulihan, M.D. Shwe Tan, M.D. t brin, appends. l xl baietal glove 5455— ms mjcs gy EcoLogy— E. Albert Reece, M.D. Chairperson Dimitrios Mastrogiannis, M.D. Valerie Whiteman, M.D. Ying-King Wu, M.D., Ph.D. Desmond Barton, M.D. Linda Chan, M.D. M.H. Terry Grody, M.D. Raymond Brown, M.D. Ashwin Chatwani, M.D. James Young, M.D. Denise Hartman, M.D. Paul Nyirjesy, M.D. Ricardo Yazigi, M.D. Wael Salmeh, M.D. Gerard Reme, M.D. 5657 Burr S. Eichelman, M.D. Chairperson Carol Alter, M.D. L. Michael Ascher, Ph.D. Philip Band, M.D. Allan H. Cristol, M.D. Dorothy Dewart, Ph.D. Kenneth Draper, M.D. John E. Fryer, M.D. Alan Goldstein, Ph.D. John J. Harding, M.D. Louis C. Harris, M.D. Karen T. Jordan, M.D. Donald Overton, Ph.D. Kevin Riley, Ph.D. Richard Roemer, M.D. Hope Selemick, M.D. Hedy Singer, Ph.D. Ellen H. Sholevar, M.D. Roy Steinhouse, M.D. Roy Stem, M.D. Ralph M. Turner, Ph.D. 58Freudian slidefptfysiac medici --------m up -REtim J. Demopoulos, M.D. Chairperson Andrea Brown, M.D. Steven Gaspar, M.D. Ian Maiton, M.D. Michael Weinik, M.D. 60Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Occupational Health ServicesWillis P. Maier, M.D. Acting Chairperson Francis C. Au, M.D. Michael Badellino, M.D. Robert F. Buckman, M.D. Anthony J. Comerota, M.D. Daniel T. Dempsey, M.D. Amy Goldberg, M.D. Jullietta D. Grosh, M.D. Retired John Meilahn, M.D. Wallace P. Ritchie, M.D. Retired John V. White, M.D. 62 636465CJ KpICmCOHJlCIC SU%QCEIRJ V. Paul Addonizio, M.D. Section Chief James McClurken, M.D. Valluvan Jeevanandam, M.D. Satoshi Furukawa, M.D. -0 669 U‘R£ S‘ll%Q‘L‘K£f William A. Buchheit, M.D. Chairperson David W. Andrews, M.D. Karin S. Bierbrauer, M.D. Paul M. Kanev, M.D. Robert Rosenwasser, M.D. William F. Young, M.D.OVtfTtiALMOLOQy Joseph Kubacki, M.D. Chairperson Stephen Wong, M.D. Louis Martyn, M.D. Guy Chan, M.D.-Retired Supcnoroblique pcbrae supenons musta i F P 2 T O Z 3 L P E D 4 ! P E C F D 5 « e d r c z p 6 K 0 Q n « F E L O P Z D DETPOTEC 7 8 LEPODPCT roriTCto 9 10 11 69 jmOH HO'PE'DIC Michael Clancy, M.D. Chairperson Philip D. Alburger, M.D. Randal R. Betz, M.D. John D. Casey, M.D. David H. Clements, M.D. Norman A. Johanson, M.D. John W. Lachman -Chairman Emeritus Paul A. Marchetto, M.D. Ray A. Moyer, M.D. Edward J. Resnick, M.D. Joseph J. Thoder, M.D. Ronald J. Triolo, Ph.D. 7071am !Hi9(pLmD 1Hc]OLoc]or Max L. Ronis, M.D. Chairperson Jeffery M. Finkelstein, M.D., DMD Oral window Vestibular n Rord window CN8 (vesbbutarA cochteor nj) —CocWearn. .Auditory tube Tympanic membrane 7273U%OLOQJ Phillip M. Hanno, M.D. Chairperson A. Richard Kendall, M.D. Michel A. Pontari, M.D. E. James Seidmon, M.D. For many patients with symptomatic BPH... Only MANAGES THE DISEASE... REDUCES PROSTATE SIZE AND SYMPTOMS 7475PBDIWmjCS St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Iain F.S. Black, M.D. Director of Pediatrics, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Chairman, Department of Pediatrics MCP and Hahnemann University School of Medicine Iraj Rezvani, M.D. Acting Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University School of Medicine Behavioral and Developmental Section Maureen A. Fee, M.D., Chief Cardiology Richard M. Donner, M.D., Chief Dermatology Peter J. Koblcnzer, M.D., Chief Emergency Medicine Mark Joffc, M.D., Chief Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders Iraj Rezvani, M.D., Chief Gastroenterology and Nutrition Jonathan A. Flick. M.D., Chief General Pediatrics Charles R. Reed, M.D., Chief Diagnostic Referral Service J. Jeffrey Malatack, M.D., Chief Division of Adolescent Medicine Paula Bravcrman, M.D., Director Division of Ambulatory Pediatrics Mary Torchia, M.D., Director Hematology Oncology Marie J. Stuart. M.D., Chief Immunology Harold W. Lischncr, M.D., Chief Infectious Diseases Sarah S. Long. M.D., Chief Medical Genetics Kathleen E. Toomcy, M.D., Chief Neonatal Medicine S. David Rubenstcin, M.D., Chief Nephrology H. Jorge Baluaric, M.D., Chief Neurology Warren D. Grover. M.D., Chief Pediatric Pulmonology Julian L. Allen, M.D. Rheumatology Allergy Donald P. Goldsmith, M.D., Chief Dentistry AJ. Chialastri. D.D.S., Director Anesthesia and Critical Care David A. Lowe, Director Radiology Eric N. Faerber, M.D., Director Child Psychiatry Josephine Elia, M.D.. Director Anatomic Pathology Jcan-Picrre de Chadarevian. M.D., Director DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY William H. Weintraub. M.D., Director Cardiothoracic Surgery Picrantonio Russo. M.D., Chief General Pediatric Surgery William H. Weintraub, M.D.. Chief Neurosurgery Paul Kancv, M.D., Chief Ophthalmology Joseph J. Kubacki. M.D.. Chief Lois J. Martyn, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Philip D. Alburgcr, M.D., Chief Pediatric Otolaryngology Glenn Isaacson. M.D., Chief Urology Hyman H. Rabinovitch, M.D., Chief Plastic Surgery Amit Mitra. M.D., Chief 76777879808182 83PE'DimmiCS Albert Einstein Pediatric, Adolescent Medicine and Pediatric Subspecialty Faculty Allan Arbeter, M.D. Chairman Robert Wimmer, M.D. Associate Chairman and Director, Residency Training Program Adolescent Medicine Joan Adler, M.D. Clyde Rapp. M.D. Alison Selbst, M.D. English WiUis, M.D. Alcnc Herman, MSN, CRNP Allergy-Immunology Joanna R. Firth, M.D. Anesthesiology David Heyman, M.D. Jay Fineman, M.D. Cardiology Richard Donncr. M.D. Alexander Davidson, M.D. Lee Vogel, M.D. Center for Adults with Developmental Disabilities Clyde Rapp. M.D. Edith Hasbrouck, M.D. David Finkel, M.D. Child Development Joseph Girone. M.D. Rhonda Scarborough, MSW Margaret Miccolis, MSN Child Psychiatry Herbert Mandcll, M.D. Harold Kolansky, M.D. Faycz El-Gabalawi, M.D. Critical Care Dan Glasstetter, M.D. Vatsala Ramprasad. M.D. Dermatology Sandra Whipple, M.D. Gastroenterology Steven Widzer, M.D. Janice Kelly, M.D. General Pediatrics Alison Selbst, M.D. Beth Shortridge, M.D. Barbara Kelly, M.D. Stewart Cooler, M.D. English Willis. M.D. Judith Halpcm, M.D. Edith Hasbrouck, M.D. Cheryl Hausman. M.D. Genetics Adele Schneider, M.D. Jill Stopfer. MS Hematology Oncology Marcia Arcm. M.D. Robert S. Wimmer. M.D. Infectious Disease Immune Deficiencies Allan M. Arbeter, M.D. Deborah Meislich, M.D. Mary Barrett, MSN. CPNP Neonatology Hallam Hun, M.D. Nancy Brodsky, Ph.D. Sonia Hulman.M.D. Elsa K. Malmud, Ph.D. Rachel Porat, M.D. Agnes Salvador, M.D. Neurology Joyce Sapin, M.D. Ophthalmology Richard Hcrtlc, M.D. Vincent Young, M.D. Orthopedics Gad Guttman. M.D. Otorhinolaryngology John Tucker, M.D. Leonard Berenholz, M.D. Pathology NaycrcZacri, M.D. Pulmonology Vatasala Ramprasad, M.D. Radiology Henrietta Rosenberg, M.D. Surgery V. Shashikumar, M.D. Lawrence Somers, M.D. 84858687Kevy . an ■ Center For Develop rental Medicine And C -i-'.cs General Petfatric Unit -Visiting Hours- -Parents- I KKUl A Ml -Grandparents- Othw Visitors is oo r«oov» '•0 O CV l. C‘ W WAV s t«% v tat om e coosc h .ieo with THE PATttnrs NURSC 88 8990' 91929395♦ ♦ ♦ ' Let's %£m n As we look back, it’s hard to believe that 4 years have gone by. Some say it went by so fast, others not fast enough. However, many of us will have fond memories of our experiences at Temple that will last a lifetime. We’ll remember how Kresge became our second home, how we were able to nestle in our scats with just enough leg room for individuals less than 5’ tall. How we were exposed to endless slides as we tried to keep our eyes open long enough to take notes. But we didn’t worry... we had MED NOTES! And I would like to bet that none of us knew of the many uses of string, balloons and Styrofoam as Dr. Trover entertained us with this 3-D embryology models! Gross Anatomy became our main focus as we desperately tried to leam and dissect our designated cadavers (as well as memorize their names!) only to realize that many were not anatomically correct (Whadda you mean there’s no uterus!?) And how proud we were when we discovered a new anatomical part (eg prosthetic valves, penile implants...etc ). We peered into our microscopes to discover a world of cells and tissues in Histology, frantically trying to remember what they looked like and what they were called for our practical (pra ing that nobody in front of you touched the microscope before you got to that station!) The buzzer that counted our time down with Dr. McAllister and Dr. Phillips as the timekeepers as we tried to follow the person in front of you to get to the correct station. We did the impossible... Ncuroanatomy in 6 weeks, memorizing pathways, cross sections of the brain and spinal cord, only to regurgitate the X " Look what I found!" weekly quizzes and tests. And who could forget our introduction to Psychiatry? Freud and Erikson, mental illness and therapy, resisting the temptation to self analyze ourselves, only to find that we were all obsessive-compulsive individuals. Biochemistry rcacquainted us with glycolysis, the fatty acid cycle, gluconeogcnesis, the citric acid cycle and the amino acids. We became intimate with Dr. Marks and her family (especially her husband., the endocrinologist!). Our hearts were heavy with regret over the loss of money when we finally realized the textbook we bought remains sitting upon our bookshelves in prime condition! Dr. Wang and the Physiology Department taught us the importance of how the body works (and how long it takes for you to pass out during the Physiology exercise Lab!!) 96Wc found that Med School was not only intellectually draining but also financially The bill that we had to pay without our HEAL check with the additional late fee. ("The check is in the mail...”, "You have to come down to the Main Campus and sign your check...". The form was not filled out correctly..." were only some of the most common obstacles.) Lucky for us that we had a supportive financial aid department who instructed us to call a variety of people to locate our missing funds Gloria and the "gals" in the Dean’s office kept everything running smoothly for us, from schedule changes to daily reminders of w hat w e needed to do and who to meet. And no matter what it was that you were missing Gloria was sure to find a copy of it in her "organized" office "...THE ENDOCRINOLOGIST" Gloria calmly setting up our rotation schedule changes 97In our second year, we met the drugs and "bugs" of Microbiology, along with the balance of self and non-self in Immunology. We found that Kresgc B was not that much different than Kresge A. Pathophysiology taught us what happens to the body when it doesn't work (and back to the microscopes we went!). Pharmacology taught us the difference between alpha and beta receptors (.. and delta, gamma, H, H;...ctc.), the drugs and their chemical names (...DI-PHEN-OXY ...whaaat?!), and what the do. Only then did we realize what we really needed to know this for... THE BOARDS! s 98 ’The infamous WALL'Third year was our trial by fire, interacting and touching real patients, drawing bloods and other scut work. We learned that sleep deprivation REALLY docs build character! Katie Counc and Tom Brokaw came to Temple focusing the country 's attention on our quaint little comer of the world, the "City of Brotherly Love" The Winter of '94 proved that some of us were made of courage as we attempted to reach our rotations, while others of us just preferred taking a "snow day" Health care became the major focus of the country and a Democrat was finally elected into office (but for how long?) We imprinted on our residents as we waddled behind on rounds and were constantly reminded by the presence of some attendings that there is a difference between respect and admiration Finally Senior year arrived, a refreshing step upwards (now WE had third years!). Boards Part Deux came and went with less anxiety than that expended on the impending conviction of O J. Simpson Then came the dreaded interviews. Who would have guessed that taking a day off from work could be that painful. Match Day finally arrived, filled with excitement and anxiety... the envelope please! After learning of our new ly won residency positions many of us quickly demonstrated the infamous slide down the exponential learning curve. And as this glorious year comes to a close we must remember our four years at Temple. Let us never forget the friends and memories created here What else does the future hold in store for the Class of'95? May it be filled with happiness and success, for the future is what you make of it. -KC DR 99STUDENT ACTIVITIES PMS The vast number of student organizations at Temple Medical School could not be adequately represented in two pages. Participation in these various organizations have played a major role during our years at Temple. Many of our classmates have dedicated much of their time in various activities ranging from tutoring young children (Big Friends), meeting monthly deadlines for our school newsletter (On Call), community service (STATS, AMSA, SMNA, PMS and PSR to name a few, support groups (TUMSA) for spouses, interest groups (AMWA, FMIG) in medicine, to ensuring we had reliable (and occasionally outdated) med notes for the rare occurrence that we may have dozed off during lecture. Temple pride themselves on attracting people with diversified interests which are exemplified by groups such as Physicians for Social Responsibility and the Christian Medical Society. May the special friendships that we've made from our participation in these organizations be long lasting. H O N O R B O A R D o N C A L L SMNA CMS PSRSTUDENT COUNCIL FMIG MED NOTES BIG FRIENDS 101 STATS wi ‘TempCe 9{eaCtfi [fair Temple Medical School had adopted Kenderton Elementary School and held its first annual Health Fair. Temple students volunteered their time to organize and run the fair, distributing educational information to the community, provided cholesterol screenings, teaching children about health and safety in a fun setting. The fair was a huge success and tun was had by all. 102103Life's a Picnic 104107‘Tempte Me-dtRugby Merriment at Lee How Fouk The 1994-95 Temple Medical Rugby Football Club is in the midst of their most successful stretch in more than a decade. Last spring the team defeated squads from M.I.T. and the Uniformed Health Services to become the Eastern Seaboard Graduate Champions. This year, led by co-captains Lance Diehl and Doug Thompson, the team again won the local championship over arch-rival P.C.O.M. and will be going to Boston in May to defend their regional title. The sport provides a wonderful outlet to the stresses of medical school, and gives students the opportunity to interact with their classmates socially. They play a varied schedule consisting of other medical schools, local colleges and area men's clubs. The team emphasizes camaraderie, fellowship and hedonism. Temple Med Rugby would like to especially thank the friends and family who support them every week despite the weather and make the festivities after the games just as enjoyable as the matches themselves. Congratulations to the Engineer!! ________________________ J 108 "VICTORY!" E.(l{icU. Champs!!I 109 .TempCe Sports Temple Med Soccer gets down and dirty 110 Schwing batter, batter, batter...IllClric((1.....‘Treat? 112113‘Dance. ..Dance... Dance.... 114115116117♦ ♦♦ fAfexv Additions: CCass of ? Beatrix Christina Smith September 27, 1991 Rick Smith Jane Humes - V Joel Eliason Clark Eliason January 22, 1992 November 14, 1993 Nathan Michelle Eliason Alcjandrc Marie Marin-Toro March 16, 1992 Maribel Toro-Troche David Marin 118Nikolai, Bill Luke Klena November 19, 1992 Jim Leah Klena Taylor Jordan Race February 19, 1993 Betsy Stuart Race Rachclle Alyse Kratz February 4, 1994 Rick Suzanne Kratz Stephen Kojo Asihenc April 5, 1993 William Sharon Asihene Katherine Brown February 9, 1994 Christina Knauss Gordon Brown 119120 John Klena May 29. 1994 Jim Leah Klena Jacob Fisher Noah Fisher June 9. 1994 May 29. 1991 Bob Kathy FisherAllison Rose David Brooks Bonwich August 19, 1994 September 20, 1994 Karen White Edgar David Nina Christopher Bonwich Adam Rothstein December 7, 1994 Laura Siems Peter Rothstein Natalie Ruth Kaplan December 26, 1994 David Elizabeth Kaplan 121122SZl9ZImm b'w “v“ku UUII yj jj ... Ill HUIR UIIU p» UlOAWd J UL Pk. U U LI 11 UU ... 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Suite 305 3340 N. Broad Street Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19140 (215) 707-3656 Fax: (215) 707-6932 January 1991 Dear Student: I am truly delighted to offer you a place in the 1995 entering class of the Temple University School of Medicine. The life of the institution is its people; and we have great expectations of this class. It is with respect for your past accomplishments and anticipation of your contributions to the Temple community that this offer of acceptance is advanced. Our commitment to you transcends your four years as a medical student and includes the provision of opportunities for graduate medical education and ultimately practice, research, and teaching within the Temple system. Our acceptance offer is based on several conditions which are outlined below. Please review carefully the conditions and the procedures to be followed for matriculation. Congratulations are in order for your success to this point in your career. We look forward to sharing in your future achievements with a good deal of anticipation. If you have any questions about this acceptance or if you do not wish to accept a place, please contact me immediately. Ronald F. Tuma, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Admissions RFTrwjmmmm imfrica . T I? f !m.51HF o CNffiJZMNj — RAyffiADFS 149 il imzMm o t mm.tm 150mumi} pu mM.wmi fmMiv ajicirr johm mm mm $ '- Rli i. BFISV , NUKN.Sl'lVlK raiwrafRJ.n 0 - r SMMIM C-) i mm ziva sui iamls ■') Pi Wr DAVID • -N mm iwo mm m Mii wmti wm m 151152153 Ux sO sO154 155157158Ut VO IJV160161To My Grandfather All that I am is a promise kept to you.... Yaser....The day I caught up Mom and Dad — the source Mama, may you always be my inspiration and my guide. Simply put....I LOVE YOU. Don't look now, Noor — my baby, here I come. What do you mean, 6 feet tall? The Three Musketeers (a.k.a. the moral support network) Call 976-TALK 162 Gihan S. Abdel SamedParvaneh Abtahi 163Went down to South Carolina and broke all the windows we could find. Blinded opponents with reflective shades on the volleyball court. 164 Joon S. AhnIN MEMORY OF MY DEAR FATHER: This is dedicated to the person who taught me the fundamental essentials for success in life: Love, Honesty, Education and Respect. Roufaida Nabil Al-Misky 165166 Cynthia Corrine AmitinDo you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God. the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and His understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary, and increases the power of the weak. Even youths grow tired and weary and young men stumble and fall, but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:28-31 'HO Lynn Marie Anderson 167This page is dedicated to my Parents and Grandparents who have been my support, inspiration, and strength throughout all my endeavors. 168 Ibkhan AnsineTequila + Medicine = A Great Combo! Welcome to the Hotel California! TM. W,$ Without the love and support of my family and friends, none of this would have been possible. Thank you for all that you have done to make these last four years bearable. Look Mom, I made it! Raquel Marie Apodaca 169“Maybe there aren't any such things as good friends or bad friends — maybe there are just friends, people who stand by you when you're hurt and who help you feel not so lonely. Maybe they're always worth being scared for, and hoping for, and living for. Maybe worth dying for, too, if that's what has to be. No good friends. No bad friends. Only people you want, need to be with; people who build their houses in your heart.” Stephen King I'm on my way babe!! 170 Miguel A. ArceKofi and younger brother Kojo — Having fun at the YMCA. My sincere gratitude is extended to my wonderful wife and the rest of my family for their support and constant encouragement throughout all these years of training. One of those rare but important moments in one's life. William Yaw Ntaaku Asihene 171172 MichaeI P. Azevedo....I definitely could not have done....Medical School???....without the love and dedication from Mom and Dad. I love you both more than I could ever express. Thank you both.... If someone would have tapped me on the shoulder and said, “you'll be a Doc in 15 years”-----thanks to all the people, places and opportunities along the way....I'll try hard to follow those rules learned so long ago. To Alicia — who was always in my corner. I love you. The future is a bright light and it is you who makes each day brighter and filled w'ith hope. To our future, Doctor. “....I couldn’t have done this without 12 years of Silver Run to McDonogh and back. Marching to lunch from Elderkin Hall didn't hurt either.” It’s been a long journey. The people I love are on this page and Temple is the final educational mark on my person. Thank you Temple Med for making me a physician. The experience has left me prepared-perhaps the best word for such a rewarding future which I am grateful to have. Mark Scott Baran 173L ■ TtfD Brad, love ya....(like a brother, of course) The greatest family on earth. Love you so much! Doc, Here's to you, Muchas Gracias! Pelicans, gators, margaritas, and sun, but you know the budship is the best! 174 Michael BertocchiWishes for the Class of '95 May you find serenity and tranquillity in a world you may not always understand.... May a kind word, a reassuring touch, and a warm smile be yours every day of your life, and may you give these gifts as well as receive them.... Remember the sunshine when the storm seems unending.... May the teachings of those you admire become pan of you, so that you may call upon them. Remember, those whose lives you have touched and who have touched yours are always a pan of you, even if the encounters were less than you would have wished.... Realize that each person has limitless abilities but each of us is different in our own way.... May you find happiness and fulfillment in all aspects of your life.... Samira Sturtz Oaca A Many thanks to my Mom, Dad, sister, and friends for all their suppon and encouragement. Erica A. Boheen 175176 Janina Budura Bonwich would like to dedicate this page to: My Family, who survived my medical advice. David, Ginny, and Rachel Toliver, my “land family”. Living upstairs from you was an answer to prayers! and all my Friends, both in and out of medical school. There are too many of you to name! Thanks so much for all your encouragement and support. I am sure just watching me study was stressful. May God bless you as He has so richly blessed me. Lowe. Dr. Anna "Banana" Qytuoi. 'fiOJMl "Ft D. Look Mom, I'm a Doctor! (It was easier when we could just pretend!) ATTITUDES Are more important than abilities. MOTIVES Are more important than methods. CHARACTER Is more important than cleverness. And the HEART takes precedence over the head. Dr. Denis Burkitt Anna Rebecca Boorse 177Freedom is the internal power to exercise whatever options you have • to choose your response to any stimulus • to take the initiative and make things happen. ....grant that I may not seek so much 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. St. Francis of Assisi Thanks to Mom and Dad— the people who taught me that love is a verb. 178 Elizabeth A. BradleySean Bryan 179STUDY BUDDIES: Through the blood, sweat and tears we have formed friendships that will last a lifetime. So my question is, where is the first reunion? To the two women who give me life and exemplify the meaning of sacrifice and love: Our accomplishments belong not only to us, our families and friends who supported us, but also to the masses who struggled for equality not for themselves but for future generations. A Luta Continual I hope in medicine to touch people with my voice, hands, eyes and heart. Peace and love to all my friends and family (immediate and extended) who listened, loved and supported me. Many thanks to all those I met along the way who offered kind and encouraging words. 180 Damali M. CampbellI will always be thankful to my wonderful parents, Paul and Geri Carrick, for their gifts of unconditional love, support and encouragement. Much love and appreciation to Chris Capaldo and also to Maria and Steve Capaldo, and to their Mother, Dr. Marlene Mash. “He who takes the easy road does not always reach is destination.” P.C. Rob “Rock and Roll” Carrick “Future M.D.”, Kindergarten 1972 “The Carrick Clan" Dad, Mom Lisa, Rob, Heather, John, Gina, Allison John Scott Carrick 181182 Won ChangGood things come in small packages We can make a difference if we have the courage to dream and the determination to make them come true. The secret of my success Kathleen L. Chin 183%LpkOMJJL £-• CfrciWfl' MP. So.... be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O'Shea, you're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So ....get on your way! Dr. Seuss 184 Stephanie K. ChorncyFlick The End When I was One, I had just begun. When I was Two, I was nearly new. When I was Three, I was hardly me. When I was Four, I was not much more. When I was Five, I was just alive. But now I am Six, I’m as clever as clever. So I think I’ll be six now for ever and ever. A.A. Milne I love you! The Bowman Street Gang “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:38-39 Michael E. CIark 185There is no such thing as minor surgery, only minor surgeons. Anonymous Thanks Lisa!! Two future doctors?? Thanks to my parents and grandmother for your love and support and for stimulating my intellect every step of the way. I could not have done it alone. Thanks Temple!! 186 Robert Anthony Cowles“Only those who dare truly live” (from some old ski movie, can't remember which....probably quoting someone else) W. William Andrew Cox 187Two Generations of Friends The Best of Friends Years of Laughter A True Lifesaver I couldn’t have done it without you all. Thanks for all the years of support. Love you lots — Mom, Dad, Matt and Jason 188 Christine Craig-HetzelQuerida Ma, nuestra despedida fue tan abrupta no tuvc la oportunidad de decirte tantas cosas. Gracias por todo el amor y carino quc me brindaste. Gracias por hacerme sentir tan importante en tu vida. Gracias por ser tu ese ser humano tan especial quc su ausencia se nota dia tras dia. Gracias Mama, Papa, Giancarlo y Ricardo por hacerme sentir parte de su familia. I'M SO GLAD ITS OVER!!!!!! Thanks Hazel, Sharon, Mary, Margaret and Gwen for your help, smiles and cheerful hellos. The rest of my family The way we were.... Denise Angelica Cruz 189(X. CuAJUy HD 190 Heather A. CurryThanks to my wonderful family, especially Mom and Dad! She's the puzzle piece behind the couch.... That made the sky complete! Richard James Daly 191192 Karen W. DavidThe morning I was going to speak at the Cornell University Medical School commencement, I asked two critically ill patients what they wanted me to tell one hundred new doctors on their graduation day. Both patients were young, one with metastatic breast cancer, the other with liver failure secondary to cystic fibrosis, and both died within several months of the request. What message did they wish to give to these future caretakers? Did they want me to ask them to find a cure for cancer or cystic fibrosis? No. They had five simple requests. One patient said, “Tell them to let me talk first,” and the other, “Tell them to knock on my door, say hello and goodbye, and look me in the eye when they talk to me.” These simple lessons are never taught in medical school. Quote from Peace, Love Healing by Bemie Siegel Lisa deBerardinis 193194 Monica Desai“This morning and every morning I feel well, that is to say I am good at feeling. I mean, I am a good feeler and I feel fine.” Stumpy Mark Thompkins “Only serious people can laugh.” Federico Fellini “What are you guys so excited about, it's not like you just won the super bowl.” Mrs. Jaffe Lance E. Diehl 195The world is a dance in which good, descending from God, is disturbed by evil arising from the creatures, and the resulting conflict is resolved by God's own assumption of the suffering nature which evil produces. C.S. Lewis 196 Patrick J. DiGiacomoSon Thanh Duong 197198 Troy EhrhartNathan Eliason 199 MY FAMILY “You Are The Wind Beneath My Wings” Forever Will I Fly For You. fM Garrett “Some Say You May Never Find True Love....I Thank God That I Found You”.... 200 NicoIe Darnette EvansGregory C. Farino 201To Mom, Dad and Kevin, Without your support and love I would not be here today. Thanks a million!! Axel Rose and Slash, MD. Who would believe these dirtbags are now doctors!! To Erin, I could not have done this without you. We made it! Love always. My Two Commandments: 1) Go Big or stay home! 2) Hard work pays off! 202 Howard H. Farrington, IIII_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ After Before Thanks to all the people who gave me support and made this place fun! “Come to the woods for here is rest. There is no repose like that of the green deep woods....sleep in forgetfulness of all ills...." John Muir Steven FassIer 203 PHIL: NYC The weekend commute July 25, 1993 204 CIaudia M. FerranThanks for always being there! Never forget “Beth” our “Non-Blonde” “One” and our hours by the windowseat. “For You Alone You Are The Everything” REM ({j jdbj M.b. “The best thing you’ve ever done for me is to help me take my life less seriously — it's only life after all.” Indigo Girls Kelly Ferrigno 205Jacob newly bom. Noah age 3. The Fam. Our Wedding 206 Robert FisherTEMPLE Thanks Mom Dad — For your boundless love, support, and belief in me!!! . v ' aoT L' o Here's to “The Core”: TE, MF, HF, NK, NG, MG, SG, MA, MC, LD. PD, RD, GL, MM, JM, SB, MR. To the girleymen in the weight room: JK, AP, SR, GN, SB, SG, MG, PM. DR, JC, WC, GF, KF. BF, JF, JH, SG, GG, MJ, CG, JO, CP, WW, TR, KS, MR — I’ll miss you all. Good Luck! Brett S. Fissel 207‘Brian Btynn 208 Brian Flynn Robert Foronjy 209210 Jessica FreedmanHow could I have made ii through without volleyball? Happy he who has succeeded in learning the causes of things. To My Family: Virgil Thanks for all of the encouragement! MO Brian M. Gee 211m • V; “You mean Doctor Gelovich’s parents?” “Yes, we are!!” ror tm run or ArratMiwc ky m.o. ok»i» 10: win no longar M know •• Mhil walrds atudant. tut aa i.n ■accantrle profaaalonil,- i Cat to uoa r.na or thoaa nirty alactronlo calandar plannar phona Kook thl'i-a-ai-llca. «. Cal to carry :-aapor all tho tlaa and Kocoaa conruaad with uppar-claaa drug Oaalar. It Cot to abuaa itar rrak'a Or. -Ksraa- McCoy'a eltcha d.rtng doaaatlc criaaa - 0.4. "dann It, vomai t a a doctor, not • piunbar laachanle, aloctrlolan. carpantar, ot al. ." «i rir.illy gat to on » all of ay old MgB-achool claaaaatao v .o aada fun of ay tapad-rla glaaaaa and pock at protaotor. •I finally gat to apand at laaat «1 daya par yaar balng up all night - wlTHOVT Roving to pay for alcohol or waato anargy having a good tlaal a: with now. longtr lab coat, will no longar ho alatakan for •Vito. lha ahsrt-ordar OOOk !ta tha aolrooa Olrar. )■ Can now run for aurgaon ginaral and. (ton tbara, will ta a ovar tho world!11 : won't hava to do tha dlanaa aryacra at faally gat-togathara for fair of daaogtig Ihota -Million dollar- band . 1 ITla 1 will attain unpracodantad popularity with all or ay frloMo onca I obtain P.C.A. r-unhar for Claaa II Cruga. I (Tlo)i Mo longar having to fair prajvdlco. vlll ba ado to ravaal trwa (aally naaa ot -rrankarataln ar.1 conplata groat-graMrathar Vlotor'a avparlaaato. “She followed me home, ma! “Actually, I don't know what the heck he is. Can I keep her?” but he sure is soft!” 212 Stephen Paul GelovichThank You for my sanity Thank you for my support Thank you for my love ...And most of all Thank you Afsaneh for my life, career, and Dessere - without either of you I am nothing. Alan Richard Givertz 213YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY BABY!!! FRIENDS MEL, IKE, JACKIE, LISA.... The laughs were plenty. Thanks guys!! I wish you all the best. FAMILY I owe this to them__ DADDY: “Brains” and the ability to laugh. MOMMY: Organization and creativity. BRENT STEVE: Determination.... A girl's gotta be tough with all those good fights!!! LUV YOU! 214 Carmita A. GobernIntroducing family »- Stephanie Qoiefstein, fM.D Stephanie Goldstein 215216 Garth A. Good“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” Mark Twain ‘‘We have so much time, and so little to do....No, strike that; reverse it!” Willy Wonka Dan-the-Man, Mark E Mark, Fass, Bradley, Uffie, Kurt, Gary, Kev, and Ronnococcus-Auooooo, She’s not my girlfriend, Kew West, birthday shots. 34 C's, Get your finger out of my ear fass, Okcmo, Vcntnor, pass the Lo Mein, barbar chair, the River, Hello—Can I help you, Armadillo’s rule, off-roading golf. Where’s Salford, Sunday breakfast at the Goodman's. Guys, take care. Miss ya tons. Mom, Dad, and Pam: Thank you so much for your love and suppon. I love you so much. L’CHIAM!! Jay David Goodman 217'TY oJ W Medical School would not have been the same without: My lecture buddies, Brian and Garth. 8 am lectures were tolerable with you. My incredible parents and family....for all of your undying support. My very understanding Jodi, who provided support even when I saw my study group more than her. My amazing study group: Brad, Shemaaz, Mike, and Nancy. Thanks for memories too numerous to mention. 218 Matthew A. GoodmanPontile I Many thanks to my family, my study group (Brad, Nancy, Matt, Shemaaz), my carpool (Alan, Craig, Rick, Bob), and the East Falls Gang (Mike R., Jim, Troy, Nick, Rick, Mike C., Bob, Lance, Howard. Mike A.) I. Michael Goonewardene 219Many thanks to family and friends for all of your love and support. I could not have done it without you. G. JJonfar) M.D. 220 Nancy D. GordonMy two best friends, Marji my wife (she’s on the left) and Keats. Dr. Robert and Karen DeLorcnzo, charged with leading a young innocent, unsuspecting friend into the field of medicine. Mom and Dad (Evelyn and Clayt), after acceptance into medical school, but before the first bill. Bradford Clayton Gray 221My Parents, To whom I owe all my accomplishments. One of the essential qualities of the clinician is the interest in humanity, for the secret of care of the patient is in caring for the patient. Frances Weld Peabody Family is the cornerstone of success. 222 Manish GuptaCraig Qustafson,, M. D. Craig Gustafson 223Clio 9-CamiCton, ‘M.'D. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11 My Family— Thanks for your constant support. 224 Clio HamiltonOVtarf O arrisj tM.'D. Mark Harris 225226 BradIey HeigesA, My “Rebel” without a cause My inspiration, and always my biggest fans! Sandra M. Herr 227“....I came in from the wilderness, a creature void of form. 'Come in' she said 'I'll give ya shelter from the storm'....” 228 Gary A. HerringI wasn't the only one learning the physical exam! TfiCip A. Mess, 9vt.‘.V. With gratitude to Gwen and Danielle for their patient support through long hours and nights on call. Philip A. Hess 229Fear knocked at the door Faith opened it to find no one there. bubud IhuAc, !■!?. (Unknown) Some say if only my fears and doubts will leave then I will get to work But instead you should get to work and your fears and doubts will leave. D.L. Moody Thank you for all that you have done for me! 230 Mark Andrew Hlavac would like to dedicate this page to my family: Thank you for your love, sacrifice, encouragement, and support. Desire is the key to motivation, but it's the determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal that will enable you to attain the success you seek. Mario Andretti rrq?. Jaqueline Ho 231DISCIPLINE: Doing what you have to do, and doing it as well as you possibly can, and doing it that way all the "™ Bobhy Kmghl Look to your right and look to your left. One of these people won’t be here next year. “For what is a man, what has he got? If not himself, than he has not. To say the things he truly feels, and not the words of one who kneels. The record shows, I took the blows, and did it my way.” Frank Sinatra begin to say it “Like coming home, and you don’t know where you been. Like black coffee, Like nicotine, I need your love.” Bono 232 Kurtis R. HortStephen R. Hribar 233234 Christopher Dean ImberMom and Dad, thank you for devoting so much of your lives to me. I believe we are here for a reason, I believe that as each day unfolds, we see less of the shadows and more of the sun, less of the tarnish and more of the gold. Shopping buddies, studying buddies, and really good friends. Love you! Me and my sweetie. Mary Elizabeth Jackson 235qj 0 r Mb. My Savior and Joy through Medical School. Allen, Chris and Joel in their natural habitat (Bob is hiding). Preserved for posterity in the 1995 Skull! My lawyer, Mark Gallagher, Esq. with weekend accessories. To My Friends in the Class of 1995: I've really enjoyed the times we've spent together these four short years. I’m really going to miss you, so keep in touch! 236 Joel Jorgenson The Flamencos I play for on the weekends.Shernaaz Kapadia 237238 David B. Kaplanw Physician Imprinting? Thanks to my family and friends for support and encouragement. Jonas Patrik KarIsson 239240 Steven KaufmanStudy for boards over break? Yeah, Right! Jeffrey KeverIine 241Thanks Elisa for being there. I couldn't have done it without you. Thanks for caring: Terrisa, Joe, Sara, Don, Chuck, Tim, Dave Sonia. Special thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Yoo. I owe it all to you, Mom Dad. 242 MichaeI K. KimThe Brethren Lookin Good in the Hood Our I louse was a I lome! Let failure drive you and guide you, but never let it lead you. “The Royal Family' My Strength, Guidance, Inspiration and Hope Osric S. King 243244 James W. Klena“It doesn't matter that everything has already been said, because no one was listening.” Gide "To write prescriptions is easy, but to come to an understanding with people is hard.” Kafka Thank You---- God, Mom Dad, Sandy Ann, Rick Troy, Nancy, Howard, Mike, Pat, Chris, Dave, Steve, Keith, Ron, Jeanne, Michele, Sega, Marvel DC Comics, Whoever invented the CD, Cattle, all the other family, friends, toys, good meals, other distractions that have kept me marginally sane for the past four years. Nicholas Kontos 245 I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge That myth is more potent than history I believe that dreams are more powerful than facts That hope always triumphs over experience That laughter is the only cure for grief I believe that love is stronger than death Robert Fulghum Thanks to My Family For inspiring my imagination, supporting my dreams, and always keeping my life full of laughter. The best thing you’ve ever done for me is to help me take my life less seriously, it's only life after all. Indigo Girls 246 Alanna KramerRichard Kratz 247cast your lot widely....reading group....the diplomat....knife and gun club....it isn't like this everywhere....FT....P=MD....Dr. Clouse, beautiful and wonderful and always, always right....Mom’s meatballs....Dr. Piacentino, we shared some good flavors....the salon....Suzanne....thanks for the buzz....Dr. Schulman....NYC!!....Cancun....Sante Fe....adventure woman in Costa Rica....Camp and Joey....Park Drive Manor....The Sentra....AAPHR....AMSA....Dr. Rosen....Lisa and Melo....The PT....Fimo Woman....Lud, yes M'am....to S and F....Mai....Melissa....Lydia....Jill and Pam....Dr. O'Hanlan....Steve and Ben....Toledo....The terminal....Valley Green....WIM....JAMA....Stonewall....March on Washington....The Guide....The Met....Fairmount Community Health Center....MWMF 248 CIarissa C. KripkeRobert Kwon 249 cfiard Lam, M. D. 250 Richard LamErik Lamberth 251You have enriched my life in ways beyond expression My Friends and Family — A constant source of comfort and happiness. I Love You All! 252 Marc Adam LavineSister, confidant, partner in crime. Thanks for believing in me. Mom Dad, I couldn't have done it without you! Now I can answer those medical questions. Heather F.M. Leslie 253 A special thank you to all the friends and family who helped me get through these tough years. am grateful for all your love and encouragement. A special thanks to Alanna and the Kramers, Steve, Courtenay, and most of all Mom, Dad, and Pete. I love you. 254 Jennifer LevinGina Lee Lewis 255(David Libett, M.D. 256 David LibellTimothy Long 257258 Anthony Joseph Macchiavelli“Don’t worry and complain about the losses and mistakes of yesterday, or else today will slip away.” Dr. Troyer “Better to live a fool than to die a coward.” Tom Ciambrotie, South Dakota, August 1992 Jim Mahoney 259260 Lauren J. MarcusKenneth Marici 261Thank you for your love, understanding and support. Your example of strength and courage helped me to reach this goal. 262 Maria Marinaro(Brian Marr, M.(D. Brian Marr 263 77P. 264 Patrick J. McDaidTo My Beautiful Family— Thank you for your love and support over the years. All my love always, Deanne Jbfi ksvKjL. Ji f(t. Deanne M. McKenzie 265more love and strength than I will ever need. You need both inspiration and continual encouragement to accomplish your goals. Fortunately for me, I had plenty. My inspiration came from my father and the never-ending encouragement came from my family and friends. I will always be in their debt. 266 Jennifer A. McNultyYour friendship, love, support and wit keeps me in perspective of what is important in life. To my cherished family, Mom, Dad, Nicole and Christa— Thank you for all the never ending love and support. I could not be who I am today without you. Michelle K. MeIotti 267Me gusta ver el no, porque se parece a la vida; corre, corre y tambien cruza colinas. desicrtos, oasis y tambien desiende como las cataratas.... y alii va el rio de la vida sortiando los desafios y tambien a veces la calma de las aguas; si la fe es firme y la voluntad muy fuerte aquel que en el rio navega aquiera a las aguas del mantial y encuentra la victoria del deber cumplido Tu estas ahi, venciendo obstaculos; perserverando, perserverando y jamas huir del desafio, sino veneer, veneer y veneer.... aunque aveces cueste fracasar. Juan A. Mendivil, M.D. 268 JacqueIine A. Mendivil-CoxJamshid Mian 269Thank You Mom for All Your Love and Support! Love You “DO NOT FOLLOW WHERE THE PATH MAY LEAD, GO INSTEAD WHERE THERE IS NO PATH AND LEAVE A TRAIL.” A wonderful start to a long journey. Enjoying life with the woman I love. 270 David R. MillerWith heartfelt thanks to God, my wife Chris, and my loving family for being there through the tough times. Bohdan M. Minczak 271£ . h$OAr M MP “I'm a loser, baby.” 1994 E.R.U. Champions! Thank you to my whole family, especially Mom and Dad for helping me the past four years! 272 J. Gavin MuirEncya Mutagfia, M.E). Eneva Mulagha 273PASAIMVRCXO OXYPMIl C£U KzfaM. M D- 274 Melissa Natale Gerard Nealon 275276 Elizabeth Anh Thu NghiemJulianne 1. O'Malley 277My parents — we miss you, Ma! “Sean Connery” and Darlene THANKS FOR YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT!!! “The Twins”, with Donna Patti Kipp and Cindy Denise and Chris Ken and Patty “Let’s go diving!” 278 Donna Jean ParkerDave and Monika: Thanks for all the movies, music, hangin', and hikes. These have been 4 years of terrific friendship! We'll miss you! To the “Gar Bear" : Your soul has become my soul. Your heart, part of my heart Your life joined with mine....! love you! (P.S. Thank you Temple Med, I found a husband!) Laurie S. Perrin 279YOU take fair correct Copies, well bound in Calfs Skin, and Lettered at the Back, of all Modern Bodies of Arts and Sciences whatsoever, and in what Language you please. These you distil in balneo Mariae, infusing Quintessence of Poppy QS. together with three Pints of Lethe, to be had from the Apothecaries. You cleanse away carefully the Sordes and Caput mortuum, letting all that is volatile evaporate. You preserve only the first Running, which is again to be distilled seventeen times, till what remains will amount to about two Drams. This you keep in a Glass Viol Hermetically sealed, for one and twenty Days. Then you begin your Catholick Treatise, taking every Morning fasting, (first shaking the Viol) three Drops of this Elixir, snuffing it strongly up your Nose. It will dilate itself about the Brian (where there is any) in fourteen Minutes, and you immediately perceive in your Head an infinite Number of Abstracts, Summaries, Compendiums, Extracts, Collections, Medulla's, Excerpta quaedam's, Florilegia's and the like, all disposed into great Order, and reducible upon Paper. Jonathan Swift PUrfiXdMj 4 uJts ufi • ClfcVWC a»+ t-b KtuO ' «A yttt «•» . 4a iKM f . - !.{,. tini it tAft. It t j Mi PIED BEAUTY Glory be to God for dappled things— For skies of couple-colour as a brinded cow; For rose-moles all in stipple upon trout that swim; Fresh-firecoal chestnut-falls; Finches' wings; Landscape plotted and pieced—fold, fallow, and plough; And all trades, their gear and tackle and trim. All things counter, original, spare, strange; Whatever is Fickle, freckled (who knows how?) With swift, slow; sweet, sour, adazzle, dim; He fathers-forth whose beauty is past change: Praise him. Gerald Manly Hopkins ----------------- --- - --------------------------- uUaJmk, it Aw. c. Q— At ‘.4 AffismcAtu it S+t. r -----------— ‘ 7"—■ x . w r -, -vtt 4m. .oaaaZ circle- Lt «. 'ft ' 'd-i:«f3 ■ UaA, aJ-,4 JttUSvMjt. '•UumU J UA. kniuitU, usaOtL «U 4Utt yt . JS'a i j-xLL 'j u-tUS. • CktMftA U - U SSHtJu. if ICWi '1 .vUo La . ILZV ■ —Hi- W 4 f “f - • • ® (Lff+AAk, . a , , T7ukAjiAU L y. Of W - $Jo ao Uu fi-vt. , rruh J iJ +f ■ . -r L u- a+j+vb j V _ u Kfct fu cc, TtUa ■ a - d, t . y _ J.-. La j » I • .._t_3D2 ItAV 0A-. »«s An(r vMu. CA-dvJ CA «b AV, «4 X 6 » f -StA J X. Micuu jt- 280 Melissa L. PetersI had a very good time. Til sleep when I die.' Hoangmai Pham 281282 Andrew W. PiaseckiThe most unlikely roommate pairing, but it worked great! Who's driving? Not Manish! Andy's famous last w'ords, "I can bike down that cliff." Biggest lie: Let’s go snowboarding! It's easy. Ofla iAs. Li. M. D. My trusty mountain bike....new! Behind me, my Jeep one day before it was stolen at Summit....never forget the Club! Noreen and I, after our engagement in Spain. Next destination....marriage! It will be nice to have a lawyer around, as long as she doesn’t sue me! Clarke Ulysses Piatt 283Qregory Tierce, M.T). 284 Gregory PierceThank you to my family for your constant support. I couldn't have done it without you. Bradford S. Pontz 285Thank You for Your Support! 286 KaIyana C. PoruriMom and Dad: Thank you for all of the opportunities over the years. I couldn't have done it without you both. Didi: I am so glad we are as close as we are. Always wishing you the best. Munni: Here's to the future and all of the excitement and happiness it holds for us. Rajeev Prasad 287The Quigley clan — ‘‘I remember, I remember, the house where I was bom...” Thomas Hood: I Remember 1826 Another Quigley graduation. “A good laugh and a good long sleep are the best cures in a doctors book.” Irish Proverb A future M.D. My twin. You're a true brother and a best friend. Thanks! Mom and Dad. Thank you for everything. Your support carried me through the tough limes. ‘Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” Phiio John consulting a colleague? 288 John QuigleyA journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Old Chinese Proverb I am grateful to have my family's support, especially from my grandmother and mother. I love you all! Mami y Mami-abuela: Tu amor siempre estuvo conmigo durante mis alegrias y penas. Gracias. Stephen: Love bears all things, believes all things, endures all things. I Corinthians 13:7 Thank you for standing by me. All of you have encouraged me to take the first step. My journey has just begun.... Eileen C. Quintana 289290 Betsy Godfrey RaceCoolest dog in the world. Thanks for everything! The Flyer’s 1995 700th round draft pick. Steven Rahman 291 np- We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. T.S. Eliot Growing older I descend November. The asymptotic cycle of the year plummets to now. In crystal reveries I pass beneath a fixed white line of trees where dry leaves lie for footsteps to dismember. They crackle with a muted sound like fear. That and the wind is all that I can hear. I ask cold air, “What is the word that frees?” The wind says, “Change,” and the white sun, “Remember.” Marilyn Hacker 292 Richard Chungyol RhiewMom and Dad— Thank you for your undying love and support. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live my dreams. Dondra (Sissy)— Without you and your wardrobe 1 would have never made it through! Chance made us sisters, love made us friends. Tom— Thank you for showing me the true meaning of love, kindness, and patience. I await our new beginning on June 3rd. $oJkirQU M Terry and Jill— Where would I be without my two best friends? Thanks for everything! Danni and Donnie— You never let me loose sight of reality. Thanks for always making me smile To my new Mom Dad— Thank you for your support during my senior year. Donelle Lynn Rhoads 293ao. Thanks llene. I love you. My Dad, the endocrinologist. Thanks Mom, Dad, Steven, Daniel, and everyone else who has helped me achieve my dream of becoming a physician. 294 Michael Aaron RingoldRugby, the ultimate sport. “Air Force, A Great Way of Life.” Mary Jane, thank you for your infinite patience, understanding, love. You are my love, my life, my wife. “To cure sometimes To relieve often To comfort always.” Mom Dad, thanks for teaching me about hard work and believing in me. I love you both. James Alfred Gunther Rochester 295I know there are professors in this country who “ligate” arteries. Other surgeons only tie them, and it stops the bleeding just as well. Oliver Wendell Holmes What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail? Dr. Robert Schuller 296 DanieI RothbergSCQEX ■lllJffjJJlS A REALLY GOOD SHOW ftoZAC 7HZAW1NO fetxmjTY - mm% nt emtan Hem hm mtiet mtotr cpwwmi? GENADH GEN ADD • ADULT ERII110B THE ARMORY-UNIVERSITY CTY CN 1642? ELECTRIC FAC1CRY CCRCER1S .GEMCi PRESENTS £Mdi40FP NIRVANA CD—“ 33 RO 6 MARKET STS. PHILA a id • SO HON MV 8. 1993 8:QDPh r- - I irnothy Runn QT298 Michael P. RussinRa 9xxmji PAJ). “Many times I’ve wondered how much there is to know.” Robert Plant The Family Rafik Samuel 299One of the essential qualities of the clinician is interest in humanity, for the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient. Francis Weld Peabody Healing....is not a science, but the intuitive an of wooing Nature. W.H. Auden 300 Mark SantmanThis page is dedicated to: First and foremost, the Almighty God, my family, Scott, friends, and well-wishers for their unending support, prayers, and encouragement, and for enabling a little girl’s dream to become a doctor this woman's reality. I couldn't have done it without you. Thank you. I love you and shall never forget. My family, my best supporters. Scott, the love of my life who keeps me smiling. Thanks for sticking with me through the years. I look forward to a lifetime of happiness with you. Mom, my inspiration and Merdena, the special one. Scott, we’ll have many more fun-times in the years to come as we did at Dunn's River Fall, Jamaica. To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of others; to leave the world a bit better; to know even one life has breathed easier because you lived; this is to have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson Jaqueline R. Satchell 301In the early days, the big decision was whether to become a doctor or a cowboy. Brothers together. The Family 302 Gregory Jay SchwartzmanChristopher D. Scibelli 303This is for my parents, Mare and Jery without whom this never could have happened. tj 304 Marylynn SealeyThere are no miracles for those who doubt their possibility; But for those who believe— Truly believe— All is possible Family, friends, and especially Dom— Thank you for all your love and support. This degree is as much yours as it is mine. Debra Scopelliti 305 THANK YOU TO ALL MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS! Your love and support helped make this dream come true. I couldn't have done it without you! To my Mom, who is proof of everything a woman can achieve against all odds. To my Dad, who is always in my thoughts. 306 MicheIIe SeyedzadehTo laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children.... to leave the world a bit better.... to know even one life had breathed easier because you had lived, that is to have succeeded. I am so lucky to have such wonderful family and friends! 1 love you all very much! Kristen M. Shapren 307Somebody said that it couldn’t be done, but he with a chuckle replied that “maybe it couldn't, ” but he would be one who wouldn't say so till he'd tried. So he buckled right in with the trace of a grin on his face. If he worried he hid it. Me started to sing as he tackled the thing that couldn't be done, and he did it. Edgar A. Guest First comes love, then comes marriage, 308 Laura Jane SiemsWishing you and yours all the best!! the Smith Family Congratulations Class of 1995!!! The Princesses from L to R: Alexandra, Christina, Beatrix Rick D. Smith 309Thank You for AH Your Support (and Marc too) 310 David C. SocolMe and my best friend Wendy (Elsa, I need a good picture of you.) Many, O Lord my God, are the wonders you have done. The things you planned for us no one can recount to you; were I to speak and tell of them, they would be too many to declare. Ps 40:5 To Mom and Dad, My biggest fans. Thanks for always being there for me. I love you. Priscilla Songsanand 311312 Brad Vincent Spagnoloo-?)' I'NJiG •j) 1 % of jumn i)l'hv )' ■ - £ ■) j) cffj-Ich £ •r f J) c l ffo j U -ok a la 6 -kj c$ m 'ban ju' f as ■nfonj •out as Thank you Madclyn for your special humor and your ability to always keep things in perspective. Ziva Stauber 313Greatness is bom, not made. would like to thank my Mother for all her love and support. Without her I don't think I would of made it this far. Thanks Mom!!! 314 James H. SulMom and Dad: Everything I am, I am because of you. Thanks for all your love, support, encouragement and endless personal sacrifices. I could have not done it without you. 1 LOVE YOU VERY MUCH! Mehrdad. Farhad Farshid— My three favorite brothers. I love you. Farzaneh Tabrizi 315My Twin! My big brother. Dad Mom talent MO 316 Donald P. TalentiYou didn't know I was Swedish, did you? Paul Tayoun 317318 Maribel Toro-TrocheTo my husband John: Thank you for your love and understanding through these past four years! My Little Sweetheart: Jeremy Michael Trott Bom May 4. 1994 — I Love You!!! Semi-Formal 1993: Kristen Laura — Thanks for your friendship and support and Best Wishes for the Future!! Mitty and Blister (my study partners) Kelly A. Trott 319Thank you Mom and Dad for paving the road to help me realize a dream, and lighting the way when I lost it. “Even if later we arc occupied with important things. Even if we fall into misfortune, still let us remember how good it was here once. Where we were all together united by a good kind feeling which made us perhaps a little better than we were.” Dostoyevsky 320 David D. UfbergSuccess is the best revenge. SIIIISSI d. nr.r’ itvm »imA tuMai aiu bmj £--oi Ihr pawn to nutsir In nnx 10 keri Jcr if. •uuimrr 7Don’t be dismayed at good-byes. J farewell is necessary before you can meet again. n jnd meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends. jfl c- HZ }Ym Air M (ihratfS yatr tijltmt t y Af mnrr taimmj cnelurt. ptnf tpnrual tmg !‘Ma yiw •« ttil — Don I rwn turn from poty t fuluro t srryuu tirrUtn ym Ajn’1 ha •9 Mf is ierm fran mm, all the events of your life are there because you have drawn them there. J Jhat you choose to do with them is up to you. Lydia J. Vaias 321I am grateful to my family for their encouragement. I will trust in the Lord with all my heart and lean not to my own understanding, in all things I will acknowledge Him and He shall direct my path. Proverbs 3,5-6 322 Latonia WardHere's to you Mom and Dad. I could not have succeeded without you. I love you both very much. Rob, I love you. Thanks for making my life complete. My Grandparents. Thanks for your encouragement. My sister Alesha and her precious son, Johnny. Thanks for your support! Thanks to all of my aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who also supported me. My handsome brother, Alex. I hope you follow in my footsteps. Mr. and Mrs. May, my future in-laws. Thanks for all your help and support! Me and the girls in 1969 ME AND THE GIRLS IN 1994. Mary and Damali, my study partners and good friends. I could not have passed all those exams without you. Kim 1. Weems 323“Stop searching forever, happiness is just next to you.” Fortune cookie “Nothing is too rum to be true.” Saul Bellow 324 Joseph P. WeidemerMy dog is a plumber, he must be a boy. Although I must tell you, his favorite toy Is a little play stove with pans and with pots Which he really must like, ’cause he plays with it lots. So perhaps he’s a girl, which kind of makes sense, Since he can't throw a ball, and he can't climb a fence. But neither can Dad, and I know he’s a man, And Mom is a woman, and she drives a van. Maybe the problem is trying to tell Just what someone is by what he does well. Dan Greenburg, Free to Be You and Me Abigail YVolf 325326 Erica WolfJust another milestone over a lifetime of many. “There is no such thing as a perfect moment. We make all our moments. And by the truth and love we bring to them, We make them perfect.” Dr. Reiser In memory of my Dad, who lives on in our hearts and memories, 5114 14—4116194 “Pursue life's challenges with 110%" Dad forged his path towards greatness. In Dedication to Mom and Dad You taught me to be true to myself, while making endless sacrifices to support me. You inspired me to seek meaning and joy in life. You are the source of my strength and success. Thank you for these precious gifts. Edmond Yu-Ping Wong 327Thanks to My Family for Their Love and Support! 328 James Christopher WurzerMom and Dad, For all your support and encouragement.... ....Thank You! Walter -p- It looks like a tough putt, how much do you think it will break? About a quart! Charles Schultz Cheers! Walter A. Wvnkoop 329 The courage of working for something you believe in, day in and day out, year after year, can be difficult but holds the greatest rewards. V. Sukomlin I'm sailing away Set an open course for the virgin sea For I've got to be free Free to face the life that’s ahead of me 330 Edio ZampaglioneDaniel Ethan Zelac 331Our new beginning.... October 29, 1994 May 18, 1995 WORDS TO REMEMBER In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins-- not through strength but by perseverance. Today is your day You're mountain is waiting So....get on your way! Kid, you'll move mountains! Dr. Seuss Sailing into serenity with Eric. 332 Kristine Zellers-FortunaThank You to My Family For All of Your Help and Support Through the Years. Todd M. Zimmerman 333yTerrance ‘Krysinsfe 3349 T GRIER MILLER 2 RICHARD A M RM 3 U«i - tA» SfHI Hn « JONATHAN t RHOADS 1 IHIVM '. M DU V. 4 JOHN n UWvlK 1 »HANOI (. , ul.' O UilAIJ I BU’MVTIJN 2 MTM v K Ml it 4i, • .JOHN f. HUBBARD t GEORGE r BOSUIOND 0 LEWIS » BLUE WLE 2 MOORE ROBERT! 4 ROBERT V Pit! JUAN I FRANCES RANDOLPH PACKARD » ALFRED STENGEL F GEORGE P MULLERWBm yV' ii ‘ ;V Vv r»- f' - - "- r:-♦'’ ’ , . ' .,'- ira W®AVs :'ii ■ • ; . J. by KM t V M O • - --' - -•• • fciwt .:• « . - 7-'■;•-££; ■ -' -. HttvlV ; : :v v 4., t.- • J— V '"- 336IKr.rTOKV rii i faijtifcr ! « » % .4 Pioeft p i»« ffc 'ijjimii . . v$y :■} ■' $ 337Gihan S. Abdel-Samed, M.D. Emergency Medicine Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Parvaneh Abtahi, M.D. Internal Medicine Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading. PA Joon S. Ahn, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery New York University Medical Center New York. NY Roufaida Nabil Al-misky, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Cynthia Corrlne Amitln, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia. PA Lynn Marie Anderson, M.D. Family Practice University of Califomia-San Francisco San Francisco, CA Ibkhan N. Anslne, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Medical Center Hospital of Vermont Burlington. VT Raquel Marie Apodaca, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Memorial Hospital Chicago. IL Miguel A. Arce, M.D. Psychiatry Einstein Affiliated Hospitals Bronx, NY William Yaw-Ntaaku Asihene, M.D. Surgery New York Methodist Hospital Brooklyn. NY Michael Patrick Azevedo, M.D. Internal Mcdicinc Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Mark Scott Baran, M.D. Internal Medicine Loyola University Medical Center Maywood, IL Elizabeth Susan Beasley, M.D. Obstetrics -Gynecology Lankcnau Hospital Wynnewood. PA Michael Emil Bertocchi, M.D. Surgery Catholic Medical Center Jamaica, NY Erica A. Boheen, M.D. Pediatrics University of Connecticut Farmington. CT Janina Budura Boowich, M.D. Surgery University of Arkansas for Medical Science Fort Smith, AR Anna Rebecca Boorse, M.D. Family Practice Duke University Medical Center Durham. NC Elizabeth A. Bradley, M.D. Family Practice Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program Norristown. PA Sean Timothy Bryan, M.D. Family Practice Chestnut Hill Hospital Philadelphia, PA Damall M. Campbell, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Jersey City Medical Center Jersey City. NJ John Scott Carrlck, M.D. Transitional Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. PA Won S. Chang, M.D. Transitional Crozcr-Chcstcr Medical Center Upland. PA Year Two Radiation-Oncology New York University Medical Center New York. NY Kathleen Laura Chin, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Stephanie K. Chorney, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia. PA Michael Edward Clark, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Robert Anthony Cowles, M.D. Surgery University of Michigan Hospitals Ann Arbor. MI W. William Andrew Cox, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic Minneapolis, MN Christine Craig-Hetzel, M.D. Internal Medicine Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD Denise Angelica Cruz, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami. FL Year Two Ophthalmology University of South Florida Tampa. FL Heather Anne Curry, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Year Two Radiation-Oncology Bamcs Hospital St. Louis. MO Richard James Daly, M.D. Family Practice University of Connecticut Farmington, CT Karen W. David, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Lisa deBerardinls, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading. PA Year Two Anesthesiology University of Florida Program-Shands Hospital Gainesville. FL 338Monika Manikant Desal, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Albert Eiastcin Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Lance Earle Diehl, M.D. Surgery Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Patrick John DIGIacomo, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. PA Son Thanh Duong, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Los Angeles, CA Troy Justin Ehrhart, M.D. Family Practice Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster. PA Nathan B. Ellason, M.D. Family Practice St. Mary’s Hospital of Milwaukee Milwaukee. WI Nicole Darnette Evans M.D. Internal Medicine Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Gregory C. Farlno, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA Howard Henry Farrington, III, M.D. Family Practice Franklin Square Hospital Center Baltimore, MD Steven Adam Fassler, M.D. Surgery University of Connecticut Farmington. CT Claudia Margarita Ferran, M.D. Residency Deferred Kelly J. Ferrigno, M.D. Pediatrics University of Florida HSC-Jacksonvillc Jacksonville. FL Robert John Fisher, M.D. Emergency Medicine University of Arizona Affiliated Hospitals Tucson, AZ Brett Scott Flssel, M.D. Family Practice Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. PA Brian J. Flynn, M.D. Urology Geisinger Medical Center Danville. PA Jay David Goodman, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, PA Matthew Aron Goodman, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Robert Francis Foronjy, M.D. Internal Medicine Presbyterian Hospital New York. NY Kristine Lynn Zellers Fortuna, M J). Orthopedic Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Jessica Fay Freedman, M.D. Transitional Cook County Hospital Chicago. IL Year Two Emergency Medicine Cook County Hospital Chicago. IL Brian Ming Gee, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Stephen Paul Gelovkh, M.D. Family Practice West Jersey Health System Voorhccs. NJ Alan Richard Givertz, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine University of Califomia-Irvine Medical Center Irvine. CA Year Two Emergency Medicine University Hospital and Clinics Jackson. MS Carmita Antoinette Gobern, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Stephanie R. Goldstein, M.D. Internal Medicine Rush-Prcsbytcrian-Sl. Luke's Chicago. IL Garth Monroe Good, M.D. Otolaryngology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Ian Michael Goonewardene, MD. Internal Medicine University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Nancy Deborah Gordon, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Bradford Clayton Gray, M.D. Surgery Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. PA ManLsh Gupta, M.D. Surgery Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey. PA Craig S. Gustafson, Jr., M.D. Family Practice Malden Hospital Malden, MA Clio Andrea Hamilton, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Mark Kendall Harris, M.D. Transitional Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. PA Year Two Anesthesiology Presbyterian Hospital New York. NY Bradley Alan Helges, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey. PA Sandra Marie Herr, M.D. Pediatrics University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. PA Gary Andrew Herring, M.D. Family Practice York Hospital York. PA 339Philip A. Hess, M.D. Family Practice Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster. PA Mark Andrew Hlavac, M.D. Internal Medicine Kaiser Foundation Hospital Woodland Hills. CA Jacqueline Ho, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio. Texas Kurtis Richard Hort, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery University of Florida HSC-Jacksonville Jacksonville. FL Stephen Richard Hribar, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Hamot Medical Center Erie. PA Christopher Dean Imber, M.D. Family Practice Memorial Hospital of Burlington County Mt. Holly. NJ Mary Elizabeth Jackson, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Joel Jonathan Jorgenson, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading. PA Year Two Anesthesiology University of Arizona Affiliated Hospitals Tucson, AZ Shemaaz Behram Kapadia, M.D. Pediatrics Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington. DC David Bennett Kaplan, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Medical Center of Delaware Newark. DE Year Two Anesthesiology Brigham and Women’s Hospital Boston. MA Jonas Pair Ik Karlsson, M.D. Research Department of Dermatology Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven. CT Steven Todd Kaufman, M.D. Internal Medicine University Hospitals of Cleveland Cleveland. OH Jeffrey Paul Keverilne, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Hamot Medical Center Eric. PA Michael Kl-Song Kim, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Year Two Otolaryngology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Osrlc Shaun King, M.D. Family Practice Beth Israel Medical Center New York. NY James William Klena, M.D. Surgery Geisingcr Medical Center Danville, PA Nicholas James Kontos, M.D. Psychiatry Dartmouth-Hiichcock Medical Center Lebanon. NH Alanna Meredith Kramer, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Richard Todd Kratz, M.D. Pediatrics Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. PA Clarissa Calliope Kripke, M.D. Family Practice Fairfax Family Practice Center Fairfax. VA Terrance R. Kryslnski, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. PA Robert Sung Gil Kwon, M.D. Transitional Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia Philadelphia. PA Year Two R adi ation -Oncology University of Texas Medical Branch-Galvcston Galveston. TX Richard Cao-Hong Lam, M.D. Internal Medicine West Los Angeles VA Medical Los Angeles. CA Erik F. Lam berth, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia. PA Marc Adam Lavlne, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Rhode Island Hospital Providence. RI Year Two Urology Brown University Affiliated Program Providence Rl Heather Fay Maureen Leslie, Mi). Preliminary Obstetrics-Gynecology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Jennifer Anne Levin, M.D. Dermatology Geveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland. OH Gena Lee Lewis, M.D. Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Oakland Oakland. CA David Peter Libell, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading, PA Year Two Neurology University of Virginia Charlottesville. VA Timothy John Long, M.D. Residency Deferred 340Anthony Joseph Macchlavtlli, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Graduate Hospital Philadelphia, PA Year Two Neurology Thomas JcfTcrson University Philadelphia, PA James W. Mahoney, M.D. Internal Medicine Medical Center of Delaware Newark. DE Lauren Jeanette Marcus, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Johns Hopkins Bayvicw Medical Center Baltimore. MD Kenneth Marici, M.D. Internal Medicine Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, Cl Marla Marinaro, M.D. Pediatrics Sl Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Brian Peter Marr, M.D. Transitional Crozer-Chestcr Medical Center Upland, PA Year Two Ophthalmology New York Eye and Ear Infirmary New York. NY Patrick Joseph McDaid, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Deanne Michelle McKenzie, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD Jennifer A. McNulty, M.D. Emergency Medicine Medical College of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Michelle K. Melotti, M.D. Radiology University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Jacqueline Ann MendMl-Cox, MJX Internal Medicine University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic Minneapolis. MN Jamshld Saeed Mian, M.D. Surgery Sl Francis Medical Center Trenton, NJ David Robert Miller, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, FL Bohdan M. Minczak, M.D. Emergency Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, PA J. Gavin Muir, M.D. Family Practice St. Mary-Corwin Regional Medical Center Pueblo, CO Eneya H. Mulagha, M.D. Internal Medicine George Washington University Hospital Washington. DC Melissa A. Natale, M.D. Emergency Medicine University of Illinois (UIC) College of Medicine Chicago, IL Gerard Nealon, M.D. Internal Medicinc Primary Care Scranton-Tcmplc Residency Program Scranton. PA Elizabeth Thu Nghiem, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Califomia-Irvine Medical Center Irvine, CA Julianne M. O’Malley, M.D. Pediatrics-Primary Care Thomas Jefferson University Delaware Children’s Health Center Philadelphia. PA Donna Jean Parker, M.D. Family Practice Shadysidc Hospital Pittsburgh. PA Laurie S. Perrin, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology York Hospital York. PA Melissa Leigh Peters, M.D. Pediatrics Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, TN HoangmaJ Huu Pham, M.D. Internal Medicine Presbyterian Hospital New York. NY Andrew W. Piaseckl, M.D. Transitional Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington. DC Clarke Ulysses Platt, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Gregory Pierce, M.D. Radiology Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland. OH Bradford Scott Pontz, M.D. Internal Medicine Georgetown University Hospital Washington. DC Kalyana C. Porurl, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine University of Califomia-Irvine Medical Center Irvine. CA Year Two Radiology Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Torrance, CA Rajeev Prasad. M.D. Surgery Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia. PA John Thomas Quigley, M.D. Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia. PA Eileen C. Quintana, M.D. Emergency Medicine University of New York HSC at Brooklyn Brooklyn. NY Betsy Godfrey Race, M.D. Pediatrics Thomas Jefferson University Delaware Children’s Health Center Philadelphia. PA Steven Ernest Rahman, M.D. Pediatrics North Shore University Hospital ManhasseL NY Richard Chungyol Rhlew, M.D. Internal Medicine University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. PA 341Donelk Lynn Rhoads, VI.D. Surgery Lankcnau Hospital Wynne wood, PA Michael Aaron Ringold, M.D. Radiology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA James Alfred Guenther Rochester, MJX Family Practice Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster. PA Daniel V!. Rothberg, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Graduate Hospital Philadelphia. PA Year Two Emergency Medicine Einstein Affiliated Hospitals Bronx. NY Timothy Rupp, M.D. Emergency Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, PA Michael Patrick Russin, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Rafik Samuel, M.D. Interna] Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Mark Santman, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, LA Jacqueline Rosemarie Satchell, MD. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven. CT Gregory Jay Schwartzman, M.D. Transitional Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading, PA Year Two Radiology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD Christopher David Scibelli, M.D. Transitional Portsmouth Naval Hospital Portsmouth. VA Debra Scopelliti, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital Philadelphia, PA Mary Lynn Seaky, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Michelk Seyedzadeb, M.D. Emergency Medicine Metropolitan Hospital Center St Vincent's Hospital Medical Center New York. NY Kristen Mark Shapren, M.D. Pediatrics-Primary Care Thomas Jefferson University Delaware Children’s Health Center Philadelphia, PA Laura Jane Stems, M.D. Family Practice West Suburban Hospital Medical Center Oak Park, IL Rick David Smith, M.D. Transitional Western Pennsylvania Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Year Two Anesthesiology University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. PA David Charles Socol, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Los Angeles. CA Nualhathal Priscilla Sonjpanand, MIX Transitional Madigan Army Medical Center Tacoma, Washington Brad Vincent Spagnolo, M.D. Transitional Georgetown University Hospital Washington, DC Year Two Ophthalmology George Washington University Washington. DC Zlva Stauber, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Year Two Neurology University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD James H. Sul, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic Minneapolis. MN Farzaneh Tabriz!, M.D. Emergency Medicine Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore. MD Donald Paul Talent!, M.D. Medicine-Pediatrics Baystatc Medical Center Springfield. MA Paul J. Tayoun, M.D. Emergency Medicine Sl Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital New York. NY Maribel Toro-Troche, M.D. Pediatrics UMDNJ-Robcrt Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Kelly Ann Palumbo Trott, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Sl Elizabeth Hospiul NEOUCOM Youngstown. OH David D. Ufbcrg, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, PA Lydia J. Vaias, M.D. AMS A President 1995-1996 LaTonia Maria Ward, M.D. Internal Medicine Lenox Hill Hospital New York. NY Kim Michelk Weems, M.D. Transitional Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Joseph Patrkk Wiedemer, M.D. Family Practice West Jersey Health System Voorhees. N'J 342Abigail Wolf, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, PA Erica Wolf, M.D. Internal Medicine Graduate Hospital Philadelphia, PA Edmond Yu-Plng Wong, M.D. Family Practice Northridge Hospital Medical Center Northridge, C A James Christopher Wurzer, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. PA Year Two Radiation-Oncology Fox Chase Cancer Center Philadelphia, PA Walter Alan Wynkoop, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Egidio G. Zampugllone, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Daniel Ethan Zelac, M.D. Preliminary Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, PA Todd Michael Zimmerman, M.D. Family Practice Shadysidc Hospital Pittsburgh, PA 343344345Congratulations (Best Wishes to the Class of 1995 ‘from the Medical Staff of St Christopher's (Hospitalfor Children(patrons Dr. and Mrs. William E. Barry Caroline K. Richard A. Bradley Karen Leslie Chin, R.Ph. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Clark Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Cundy Daniel T. Dempsey, M.D. Ignatius and Elizabeth Farino Robert S. Fisher, M.D. George's Lunch Truck Dr. Ian and Joan Goonewardene Mr. Clayton (d. 1991) and Mrs. Evelyn Gray Mrs. Marjory Roberts Gray Marvin H. Terry Grody, M.D. Drs. Sandra S. and Morton Kaplan Bennett Lorber, M.D. Leon S. Malmud, M.D., Elsa C. Malmud, Ph.D. Drs. Si-Chun and Pen-Ming L. Ming Dept, of Obstetrics, Gynecology Reproductive Sciences Dr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Perrin S.N. Piasecki Dr. Mrs. Francis C. Rhievv Dr. and Mrs. Carson D. Schneck Dr. and Mrs. P. Songsanand Lucy W. Spagnolo, R.N., CRNH Style of Man Mrs. August Talenti Ellen M. Tedaldi, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wolf Yut Wee and Mary Wong Jean and Bob Zimmerman PtCumni Patrons John A. Anthony, M.D. '46 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Bernstein '94 Paul Jay Fink, M.D. '58 Dr. Anthony R. Susanne R. Giorgio 73 Concetta Harakal '62 Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Love 70 Joseph F. Lydon, M.D. '47 Dr. and Mrs. James J. McGuire, Jr. '80 Fred B. Rogers, M.D. '48 Jerome Santoro, M.D. 72 Joel Steinberg, M.D. 76 David I. Scott, M.D. '81CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '95 D for 35 years of teacher and in honoring Cell Biology joins the Gtepairtiaeintt Qj)ir®l)®f)y CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 Department of Radiation Oncology Patrick R.M. Thomas, M.D. Craig L. Silverman, M.D. Glenda R. Smith, M.D. Congratulations and Best ‘Wishes to the Class of 1995 From TUMSA 348TEMPLE GRADUATES OF 1995 And so it is time to celebrate and to rejoice. The memories of formalin, of the first surgical scrub, of the first ER suture, of the first case of DTs or psychosis have all been experienced while their memories will indelibly remain. With the moment a great hill has been climbed and you will forever be called, “Doctor”. You are now physicians. Temple’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science offers you warm “congratulations”. We share your happiness and sense of success. All too soon the moment will move into your next years of training, days and nights of longer hours and more challenging responsibilities. As you move from “rookie docs” to seasoned clinicians remember your days at Temple. Remember the neighbors with whom you began your practice. Remember that American healthcare must provide for the education and training of those who will come after you. Remember that the practice of medicine is the application of science and technology to the whole person, delivered with human compassion and influenced by the art of the practitioner. Remember that a well body with a sick, or pained, or hopeless mind continues to be a sick or pained or hopeless man or woman.,..that healing must affect the whole person....and that prevention or illness or injury is even more noble than the treatment of sickness. And remember to be true to yourself and your family.... to love, to laugh, and to breathe deeply of the fragrance of life as your journeys continue to unfold. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE CONGRATULATIONS Michelle K. Melotti, M.D. We knew you could do it! Love — Mom, Dad, Nicole, Christa and Christopher Congratulations to Brad V. Spagnolo, M.D. We are all VERY proud of you! You will be a wonderful ophthalmologist! With love and best wishes. Dad, Dorcas, Sam, Gregg and Grandmother Congratulations to The Class of 1995 from the Division of Emergency Medicine Temple University Hospital Director Frederic Kauffman, M.D. Attending Physicians Glenn C. Freas, M.D., J.D., FACEP Richard A. Harrigan, M.D. Katherine Heilpem, M.D. David J. Karras, M.D. Maijoric Lazoff, M.D. Reed S. Oxman, M.D. Bina J. Patel, M.D. Philip C. VanDongen, M.D. 349Congratulations to Gregory J. Scfiwartzman, 9d. (D. and The Class of 1995 Qreg's Dad dC EricJeanne Parker, M.D. We all love you and are very proud of you! In memory of Sarah J. Parker (Deceased), Mother Clifford D. Parker, Father James C. Parker, Brother John H. Parker, Brother Robert D. Parker, Brother Two 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 I 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. 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— took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost Mom, (Dad and (Brian 'Deanne Uvticfiette 9vfc%enzie, ‘M.T). you cfose a road (ess traveled 'Deanne — you've come a long way. your accomplishments are great and we are tremendously proud of you. And, as always, we applaude you! Love.CongratuCations ‘Best ‘Wishes ‘To‘The CCass of 1995 from the ‘Department of WnesthesioCogy Christer Carlsson, M.D., Ph.D., Chairman Rodger E. Barnette, M.D. Maria Bartolozzi, M.D. Mark D. Brennan, M.D. Neil W. Brister, M.D., Ph.D. Ann M. Carey, M.D. Ansuya Chatwani, M.D. John Chiavacci, D.O. Richard Denovan, M.D. Linda Doberczak, M.D. Elizabeth Drum, M.D. Yi Yang Hong, M.D. Alexandra Karetas, M.D. Nancy B. Kenepp, M.D. John Knudsen, M.D. Michael F. Keresztury, M.D. Edward H. Leonard, M.D. Russell Levin, M.D. Allan H. Lewis, M.D. Perry A. Loesberg, M.D. David A. Lopresti, M.D. Michael Marcus, M.D. Luis Mercader, M.D. Timothy O'Grady, M.D. Gertrude Pruckmayr, M.D. John E. Safaryn, M.D. Scott A. Schartel, D.O. Margaret Schwedler, M.D. Bonita M. Shapiro, M.D. Ashok Shenoy, MBBS, M.D. Harry B. Smeltz, D.O. Anthony M. Thornton, M.D. Woodrow Wendling, M.D., Ph.D.CongratuCations to The Chass of 1995 Trom tte Tamity of XflthCeen L. Chin, fM.T). ‘Ihe 1994 -1995Student Council wishes to congratulate The CCass of 1995 goo® LucxiHjyoux TUTm£•LlH5) E5LV0%51 Allegheny Family Physicians Affiliated with: The Department of Family and Community Medicine The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of the Pennsylvania State University For additional information contact: Richard L. Decker, M.D. Program Director 501 Howard Avenue, Suite F2 Altoona, PA 16601 Telephone: (814) 946-2020 Clinical Clerkships Rural Clerkships Pre-Clinical Preceptorships-------------------------------- you ‘Ring, We ‘Bring TWO BROTHERS 3322 North 13th Street Philadelphia, PA We Deliver HOT!! 225-1052 225-1053 225-8555 _______________ Congratulations to The Class of 1995 Thank You for Your Patronage!Best Wishes to The Class of 1995! Germantown Neurological Associates Stephen D. Silberstein, M.D. Elliott A. Schulman, M.D. William B. Young, M.D. 355Congratulations DONELLE LYNN RHOADS, M.D. 'Dear Donelte (XKfr Snip-Snip), With Coving memory of your 9{ana, ive zvish you the best of lucf as you enter your surgical career. 'you've finally made it! you always made us very proud! We knew you could do it! Love, Pop-Pop Lutz CONGRATULATIONS TO MICHAEL AARON RINGOLD, M.l). May, 1969 at 13 Months WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU! Love — Mom and Dad, Steven and (DanielJONAS P. KARLSSON, M.D. Congratulations and our best wishes to your future success. Mamma och Pappa Emma, Bumble Bee Farmor Congratulations Maria Marinaro Mahoney, M.D. and James Mahoney, M.D. We Love You and Are Very Proud of You! Love, _____The Marinaro Barto Families_ 357 Congratulations to KATHY CHIN, M.D. We’re So Proud of You! ‘20ct t xve a ul cvidAea, Atly S ue With Unbound Pride and Limitless Joy — We Salute Your Achievements! CONGRATULATIONS TO KELLY EEIUUGNO AND Kl ims IlOllT from the Ferrigno Family, Jim (Dad), Karen (Mom), David KevinCongratulations to Raquel Marie Apodaca, M.D. We're Proud of You! QPith °3 ad, Caroline,Q lepe, GKara KATHLEEN L. CHIN, M.D. you've achieved everything you've aCivays ivantedj Mzvays in a superlative manner. We are so proud of you! We love you very much! Mom, Dad Karen, Ken and KevinCONGRATULATIONS DEBRA SCOPELLITI, M.D. (Aunt Debi) You're a wonderful daughter, sister and aunt. You will make an excellent pediatrician. We couldn’t be prouder! Love. Mom Dad, Nadine. Tyler Jesse CONGRATULATIONS! Q fiicAelle ( eyerlxculeA, . You will make an excellent physician and we are very proud of you! Love, Morn and Nana CONGRATULATIONS TO Damali Mardesta Campbell, M.D. We are so proud of you — You are our collective past, present and future! We believe, honor trust you! Love always, Mom, Cyril and Jamie WHO'S THAT GIRL? That is our sweet, dear little girl who has grown into a beautiful, successful woman!!! fondle ddpm (rdhoads, O ive, ©Uam Sc °5W 359We have two new doctors in the house! Gary A. Herring, M.D. Laurie S. Perrin, M.D. With Much Love, Great Pride and Best Wishes Herring, Holdsman, Perrin and Fox Families Matthew A. Goodman, M.D. Mazel lull! We Loue You— Susan, Iru, Scott, and Mimi Congratulations to CINDY AMITIN, M.D. and the CLASS OF 95 Love, Dad, Mom and Sam A Eileen C. Quintana, M.D. i Lograste tu meta ! Te felicitamos y te queremos mucho. Mami, Abuela, Norton, James y Paul Congratulations to DAVID ROBERT MILLER, M.D. You have worked very hard, and we are so proud of you — Be proud of yourself; You have earned it!! Love and Much Happiness, Mom, Jeffrey, Eileen and Nana D.E.R.C. 360 Suburban Living • 1,2 ft 3 Bedroom Apartments • Swimming Pooi • Fully Equipped Kitchens • Heat. Hot Water ft 1 1 Cooking Included FROM • laundry Facilities S443 • Balconies Elevators • Courtyard Atmosphere • Convenient Location. Next to Shopping Center • Cats are Welcome 1100Garrett M • UpCWr Dartry. PA 19C82 (610) 626-2000 taMMniai ai'dflir qunrc •■c rn «o n 4 him 5 SO on rout 1' moutm tun' Biss. neuKit Rtc«vt 150 an tu« r wontwi Rue I Affordable Living • Efficiency. 1. 2 ft 3 Bedroom Apartments • Swimming Pool • Heat. Hot Water ft Cooking Included • 24-Hour Maintenance • Off-Street Parking • Close to Schools. Shopping Transportation • Cats are Welcome 250 Beverly Bivd. • Oppei Djitr,. PA 19C«2 (610) 259-9000 Congratulations Kristine (Zellers) Fortuna, M.D. Class of 1995 A Dream Come True! We love you and wish you the best as you pursue a ministry in the healing of people. VVe Are Very Proud of You! Love, Mom and Dad Congratulations to CLIO A. HAMILTON, M.D. We’re So Proud of You! With love and best wishes, Mom, Uncle John Marque Congratulations to Mark A. Hlavac, M.D. With Love Best Wishes Always Your Parents and Your Brother Robert CONGRATULATIONS TO STEPHANIE K. CHORNEY, M.D. WE’RE PROUD OF YOU! With Love and All Good Wishes, Mom, Dad, Ali, Gran, Pop Grandmom 361“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” —Albert Einstein The faculty, staff and administrators of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network are privileged and proud to share in the professional growth of Temple medical students. We wish all of you much success and satisfaction in the years ahead. Thomas N. PerloflF Martin Goldsmith Chairman of the Board of Directors President and Chief Executive Officer Albert Einstein Healthcare Network Bfiggg Genius In healthcare 362 Albert Einstein Medical Center Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment MossReeiab Hospttal Willowcrest Center for Subacute Care1. “I know I failed my boards.” 2. 3. “Wanna make a bet?” JESSICA FREEDMAN 3000 VWktMuT 3IR££T AP1SM MtADEU WA S»A 1810J-VX2 EZOKfi c p farS Ci HC °% CoreStates •10 3 iOOOOi i«:0 3 IE. 1659-70 -rr CONGRATULATIONS, Jessica, and the class of '95 CONGRATULATIONS John Thomas Quigley, M.D. "You're GREAT" Love, Mom and Dad CONGRATULATIONS PATRICK I. DIGIACOMO. M.D. WHAT WAS ONCE A DREAM BECAME A REALITY DUE TO YOUR HARD WORK AND PERSEVERANCE. WE ARE PROUD TO SHARE IN YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS! Love, Mom, Dad, Rich and Matt CONGRATULATIONS MATTHEW A. GOODMAN, M.D. You will make the best doctor and the best husband ... Can’t Wait! Love always, Jodi Congratulations with Love and Best Wishes to Janina Mura Bonwich, M.D, Dad aid Mother 363SPECIALPAIXOMS Nate. YOU MADE IT' Our son. the doctor. Love you always - Michelle - How proud ! -Love Dad Mom Kontos Farzaneh, Chris, Mike Jamshid: -The 5 Musketeers! I'm still smarter Love you always - GIGI than you are. Love, Anna © E.Q. JGC Gracias por todo ! Brett, mighty proud! -DAC- Love, Mom, Dad Dodie Congratulations Jackie S.! Congratulations, Daddy! We are so proud of you. - Nik, Bill, Luke and John - Love Mom, Dad rest of family. All good things must come to an Congratulations Brian! end, hut memories will last forever. We're so proud of you. - Congratulations to the Class of 1995 - Love, Mom, Dad Susan The Editors of Skull 1995 (KLC, DLR, MS) CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 Archimede J. Silvestri, M.D. Paul H. Steerman, M.D. Leonard H. Cohen, M.D. Gary B. Koras, M.D. To Nell-Nell, My Sister and Best Friend. Never forget riding big wheels, running from Mom, and that "silly" girls annoy DAD! Congrats on your M.D. Degree. Zeek I Love You Very Much! Love.Sissy Best Wishes to the Class of 1995 Department of Radiology Albert Einstein Medical Center 364Five Temple grads tell why they chose Abington Memorial Hospital. “Abington Memorial Hospital is a strong community hospital with the advantage of being university-affiliated. This combination lends itself to excellent teaching and excellent clinical experiences, all within a friendly atmosphere.” Fenny Anderson, M.D., Temple ‘94 — Internal Medicine “The diverse community population and the incredible academic program provide the best of both worlds, giving me training equal or superior to any other program.” Joseph R. Zebrowitz, M.D., Temple ‘94 — OB GYN “Abington Memorial Hospital provides a strong clinical program of operative experience and an academic program that is strengthened by conferences, visiting professors and clinical research.” Susan Knauber, M.D., Temple, ‘92 — General Surgery “Abington Memorial Hospital creates a superb learning experience for its residents by offering the academic excellence more commonly found in university-based programs in the environment of a community-based hospital.” Paul DeBacco, M.D., Temple ‘92 — Family Medicine Abington Memorial Hospital offers — • Level II Trauma Center • Major obstetrical referral center • High tech facilities — MR I, lithotripter. Level III NICU • Opportunities to join thriving practices in Philadelphia’s northern suburbs • Residency programs in: Family Practice Oeneral Surgery Internal Medicine Obstet rics ( »y necology Dentistry Dental Surgery For more information about Abington Memorial Hospital’s residency programs, ask your colleagues above or call 576-2603. i Iwl Abington Memorial Hospital 1200 Old York Road • Abington, PA 19001CONGRATULATIONS JENNIFER ANNE LEVIN, M.D. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU! Love, Mom, Dad and Peter doctor - ©no who is constantly striving for a balance between human values, scientific realities and the inevitability of od s will fiipjwratk fflatlj At the time of being admitted a member of the medical profession: I solemnly pledge myself to consecrate my life to the service of humanity; I will give my teachers the respect and gratitude which is their due; I will practice my profession with conscience and dignity; The health of my patient will be my first consideration; I will respect the secrets which are confided in me, even after the patient has died; I will maintain by all the means in my power, the honour and the noble traditions of the medical profession; My colleagues will be my brothers; I will not permit considerations of religion, nationality, race, party politics or social standing to intervene between my duty and my patient; I will maintain the utmost respect for human life from the time of conception; Even under threat I will not use my medical knowledge contrary to the laws of humanity. make these promises solemnly, freely and upon my honour. Congratulations, Qtbtephen IS?. t olovich, our brv. oUbm and. brewing beer lias been a topic of conversation around my family’s house since I can remember. SO BELIEVE ME, I know you might think about drinking before you re 21. But do us AND YOURSELF A favor, pleaoe don’t. We'll wait for you r bus i ne s s. For more information on Coors Alcohol Programs and Policies, call 1-800-328-6Z85. © W Cooa B'vwmg Con nrx. G « Ccfcrtao 8C4C1Best Wishes to the Class of 1995 from the SmithKline Beecham Department of Diagnostic Imaging Francis J. Shea, M.D., Chairperson Naveed Akhtar, M.D. David S. Ball, D.O. Akbar Bonakdarpour, M.D. Orest B. Boyko, M.D., Ph.D. Dina F. Caroline, M.D. N. David Charkes, M.D. Gary S. Cohen, M.D. Kristin L. Crisci, M.D. Eric N. Faerber, M.D. Mary S. Fisher, M.D. Robert A. Gatenby, M.D. Evan Geller, M.D. Bruce Greenberg, M.D. Linda C. Knight, Ph.D. Te-Hua Liu, M.D. Michael B. Love, M.D. Leon S. Malmud, M.D. Alan H. Maurer, M.D. Virginia P. Mercader, M.D. Mamed Mesgarzadeh, M.D. Barton N. Milestone, M.D. George Revesz, Ph.D. Neil A. Roach, M.D. Eleanor Smergel, M.D. Robert G. Stem, M.D. Jean-Luc Urbain, M.D. Thomas Witomski, M.D. Barbara Wolfson, M.D. Marvin C. Ziskin, M.D. 368CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Temple University Hospital Philip D. Alburger, M.D. Randal R. Betz, M.D. Michael Clancy, M.D. David H. Clements, M.D. Norman A. Johanson, M.D. Scott H. Kozin, M.D. John D. Kelly, IV, M.D. John W. Lachman, M.D. Paul A. Marchetto, M.D. Ray A. Moyer, M.D. Edward J. Resnick, M.D. Joseph J. Thoder, M.D.SHRINERS HOSPITALS Philadelphia Unit providing "excellence in service" to children and adolescents with orthopaedic disabilities and spinal cord injuries SALUTES The Temple University School of Medicine Class of 1 995 OUR CARE IS FREE TO ALL CHILDREN IN NEED! Michael Clancy, MD, Chief of Staff 8400 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19152 (215) 332-4500 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 Department of Physical Medicine 81 Rehabilitation Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of'95! 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 luxated 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 370Comprehensive. Caring. Committed. Sacred Heart Hospital Your residency years are some of the most intense, challenging and rewarding years of your life. You want the best training available. Our Family Practice Residency Program has a proven record. • accredited 18-resident program • emphasis on education over service • broad patient base • ideal living environment • practice opportunity after graduation For more information, call (215) 776-4890 or write to: Raymond S. Buch. M.D. Family Practice Residency Program Sacred Heart Hospital 421 Chew St.. Allentown. PA 18102 The Family Practice Residency Program a» Sacred Heart Hospital CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 Temple University School of Medicine DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINEWi REJOICE! Glory to God in the Highest! Your Wishes and Dreams Have Come True! May this day be the beginning of a rewarding and successful future. Congratulations to The President of the Class of 1995 To Our Wonderful Daughter and Sister ‘OR. LATONIA MARIE WARO” We're So Proud of You! Your Loving Family, Mom Dad, Sister and In Memory of Your Brother—Gary 372 Your Extended Family, Toniesha, Toniequa, Edmond, Anthony, Lamont Mike 'TKaif, (fod le4A 'ty cc! H ctA alt WT Owe, 0?eutUltf Congratulations WALTER A. WYNKOOP, M.D. We are truly proud of your accomplishments — AOA too! “The harder you work, the luckier you get” With love, Mom Dad CONGRATULATIONS KIM M. WEEMS, M.D. Continue to reach for the sky. You are truly blessed. We love you and are very proud of you. You will make a difference! Your Family Congratulations to Our Nephew Brian M. Gee, M.D. With love and pride, Aunts Stephanie Louie, Shirley Bernhard, Sharon Wong CONGRATULATIONS TO DAMALIM. CAMPBELL, M.D. Your Integrity, Compassion and Intelligence Make You an Incredible Human Being, the Same Qualities will Make You an Extraordinary Physician.... We Are So Proud of You! Love, Ranae, Eric, Lovell, and Nana 373Congratulations to The Class of 1995 1 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 374 mCONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 from the ‘Dean and his Staff Allen R. Myers. M.D. Dean and Associate Vice President. HSC Richard J. Kozcra, M.D. Senior Associate Dean William E. Barry, M.D. Associate Dean for Medical Education Sally Rosen, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Thomas R. Freitag Associate Dean for Administration Charles S. Ireland. Jr. Assistant Dean Director of RAR Program Dawn B. Marks. Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies William F. Schulze Assistant Dean at Albert Einstein Medical Center Ronald F. Tuma. Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Admissions Robert R. Smedley, Ed.D. Assistant Dean for CME Sharon Jacobs Director of Planning and Administrative Services Sandra J. McDade Director of Business Affairs. Health Sciences Center M. Judith Russo Director of Faculty Student Records Peter N. Walsh. M.D., Ph.D. Director of the M.D. Ph.D. Program Mark-Alien Taylor Director of Ubranj. HSC Gloria Greenberg Administrative Coordinator Charles Glanville Director of Development and Alumni Affairs Carol Pate. Ph.D. Associate Director of Primary Care InstitutePhiladelphia Geriatric Center is proud to play an important role in training future physicians to care for the elderly. We Congratulate the Class of 1995! ■Philadelphia Qciiolric C enter OR 3-5777 OR 3-5778 CUterin Studios, Inc. of Photography 2981 GRANT AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19114 C CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 Best Wishes In All Your Future Endeavors! SUMMIT PARK CLUB LUXURY APARTMENTS Sfiet xccUtvi S xcl xt ! ----------• ---- u 376CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1995 With Special Good Wishes to those students who had their rotation at Nazareth Hospital Nazareth Anesthesia Associates, Inc. David W. Schaffer, M.D. Robert L. Leegard, M.D. Frank Garbak, M.D. Daniel B. Walter, M.D. Janet N. Siler, M.D. Congratulations to the Class of 1995! Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program William H. Rodgers, III, M.D., Director Hazel M. Bluestein, M.D., Associate Director Louis D. Mancano, M.D., Associate Director 1330 Powell Street, Suite 409 Norristown, PA 19401 (610)277-0964CO MGR A TULA TO BETSY GODFREY RACE, M.D. May your knowledge, your caring and your wonderful, smiling personality make you one of the finest pediatric doctors the world has known. With great love and tremendous pride, we wish you only the best life can bring you as a daughter, sister, wife, mother and now a doctor. Love always and always, Mom, Dad, Jennifer and JonathanCONGRA'IULATIONS DOCTOR JOHN CARRICKI What a great day for you and your family. Lndings and bc nninp arc signaled by graduations. Today, you end years of hard work, of studsing, of wondering, "Is this for me?", of making mistakes, of renewing your committment. Today Is the harvest of your doubts, efforts, self-belief, tenacity, and attitude. t oday Is yesterday. Yes, graduation is truly an end; A cleaning of the slate. Today is tomorrow. Tomorrow is a new beginning. Tomorrow is applying what you have learned. Tomorrow is self-confidence. Tomorrow is creativity and ingenuity. Tomorrow Is the Doctor's Oath. Tomorrow is making mistakes and learning from them. Tomorrow Is each patient you will ever care for. Tomorrow is listening. Tomorrow is most of all, YOU. Yes, graduation is truly a beginning of the growing season of your vocation. Years from now, may you have another plentiful harvest. W'c wish you all the best and God's help as you enter this phase of your life. F. )oy and never forget this day. We are so proud of you! AIJ OUR LOVE MOM, I 1 and .AIJ HIE FAMILY. Congratulations to Marc A. Lavine, M.D. With lots of love, Mom and Dad EDIO ZAMPAGLIONE In congratulating you, we want to thank you for making us always so proud of you and most of all, for being what you are. We will incessantly follow you with our love and our prayers that God will never abandon you, that He will constantly bless you and guide you in your work. Mom and Dad Congratulations Christopher D. Imber, M.D. We are so proud of you! We love you, Mom, Neil, Mom-Mom, James, Marky 379 o icpi ittil itio t4- to. 64412X2 K. PW n, TK.V. '74Je ’%e 6 friaud you utd tpuci (Ztow, 1995 9Htuft t ul D zct Congratulations Howard H. Farrington III, M.D. We're all so proud of you. Your Knowledge and compassion will help a lot of people. HARD WORK DOES PAY OFF! Love, Mom. Dad, Kevin Erin CONGRATULATIONS Julianne M. O'Malley, M.D. We are filled with pride by the goodness of your accomplishments. We are filled with joy by the knowledge that you will bring care and goodness to your profession. We are filled with love by the beauty and goodness of our Julie. We are always with you, Mom and Dad John, Ed. Diane, Erin, Ryan, Grandma Magas, Grandpa O'Malley, and all members of your loving family CONGRATULATIONS HEATHER! We Love You! Bubbe, Mom, Dad, Hannah, Stu, Beth, David, Annie, Herb, Doris, Gussie, Grandaddy, Buddy, Mary, Ginger, Bo, Pop-pop, Mary V., Frank, Dan and Daddy 380Best Wishes to The Class of 1995 for fulfilling careers and lives. We enjoyed working with you. The Faculty and Residents Department of Medicine Albert Einstein Medical Center DIVISION HEADS Morris N. Roller, M.D., Cardiology Sol Epstein, M.D., Endocrinology Gary M. Levine, M.D., Gastroenterology Mark Capkln, M.D. (TUSM 80), General Internal Medicine Susan Denman, M.D., Geriatric Medicine Mehdl Kajanl, M.D., Hematology Richard S. Levy, M.D., Infectious Disease Rasib M. Raja, M.D., Nephrology Martin Cohen, M.D., Oncology Michael Llppmann, M.D., Pulmonary Mary E. Moore, M.D. (TUSM 67), Rheumatology Herbert S. Waxman, M.D. Chairman Lisa Wallenstein, M.D. Associate Chair Michael Czarnecki, D.O. Assistant Chair Tina Phipps, Ph.D. Ethics Behavioral Sciences MEDICAL CENTERCongratulations to the Class of 1995 from tfe ‘Temple University fMedicalalumni Association BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND GUESTS AT THE JANUARY 1995 BOARD MEETING OFFICERS Anthony J. Comerota '74, President Kenneth H. Gordon '48, President-Elect Charles D. Tourtcllotte ’57, Vice-President Emily J. Penman ’78. Secretary Louis X. Saniore ’80, Treasurer John H. Martin ’58, Immediate Past President Allen R. Myers, M.D., Dean ALUMNI DIRECTORS Eric K. Holm ’69 Edward J. Rcsnick '51 EMERITUS DIRECTORS Richard P. Albertson 63 A. Richard Kendall ’56 Gene Z. Salkind 79 William A. Buchheit ’60 D. Michael Baxter ’80 E. James Kohl ’66 E. Ronald Salviui 63 William H. Coleman ’45 William R. Beckwith '64 Gerald M. Lcmolc ’62 Nathan Schnall '47 Dominic A. DeLaurcntis '53 E. Howrd Bcdrossian ’45 Gary P. Lcngcl ’76 Charles R. Shuman ’43 William H. Duncan '59 C. Gregory Case 88 Joseph B. Lcnncrt ’73 John R. Sibcrski '75 Frederick W. Durham '45 Robert S. Charles ’80 Fraser Lewis ’60 Donald H. Souilliard '54 John H. Hall ’41 John C. Chogich '53 Gilbert A. Liss '61 Frederick P. Sulliff '46 Trudeau M. Horrax ’46 Richard A. Close ’72 Stephen D. Lockcy III ’63 William S. Tasman ’55 Edwin Lauterbach ’46 Robert I. Dennis 71 Michael Love ’70 Michael H. Ufberg ’66 Walter J. Lcvinsky ’45 Dorothy G. Dugger Charles I. Ludivico 70 M. Bruce Vicchnicki ’66 Walter E. Margie, Jr. ’51 Tamar D. Earnest ’68 Allan D. Marks ’62 Milton A. Wohl ’49 Gladys M. Miller’51 John H. Esbcnshade, Jr. ’55 John H. Martin '58 John R. Minchart '35 Albert J. Finestonc ’45 Ronald J. Mattson '71 FACULTY STUDENT Frederick Murtagh, Jr. ’43 Gilbert A. Friday 56 James B. McClurken ’76 REPRESENTATIVES Howard Warner ’53 Anthony R. Giorgio ’73 Curt D. Miller ’79 Christcr Carlsson. M.D.. Ph.D. Leslie W. Whitney ’44 Joyce M.W. Grabar ’79 Robert H. Mills, Jr. 88 Kenneth R. Cundy, Ph.D. STAFF Natalie P. Hartenbaum ’85 Mary E. Moore ’67 Francis J. Shea, M.D. Charles A. Glanvillc Robert A. Heinbach 77 Emily J. Penman 78 Latonia Ward 95 Executive Director Paul R. Hermany '82 Stephen R. Pcrmut ’72 Amit Kharod 96 Laura Fredricks William C. Hewson ’54 Richard C. Putnam ’51 Angela Mingari 97 Development Associate Bentley A. Hollander ’65 W. Gale Reish ’68 JoAnna Tang 98 Best Wishes to the Class of 1995 MANSTEIN PLASTIC SURGICAL ASSOCIATION George Manstein, M.D. Carl H. Manstein. M.D., TUMS '76 Mark “Rick" Manstein, M.D. Congratulations to Brian M. Gee, M.D. You are a wonderful son and brother. We are so proud of you! With love and best wishes always, Mom, Dad, Sandra, Brenton, and Baxter CONGRATULATIONS Michael Patrick Azevedo, M.D. You will be a great asset to the Medical Profession! We are very proud of you! Love, Mom, Steve Brett Congratulations to Heather F.M. Leslie, M.D. We are extremely proud of you! With Love and Best Wishes, Dad, Mom and Winsome 383CONGRATULATIONS!!!! ALANNA MEREDITH KRAMER, M.D. YOU HAVE MANAGED TO OVERCOME MANY OBSTACLES with Hard work. Determination, Positive attitude. Desire and Perseverance. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND YOU CAN EXPECT OUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IN REACHING YOUR FUTURE GOALS. ALL OUR LOVE MOM, DAD, GREG KARAMcKee and Shepard Medical Associates, P.C. Ana Pujols-McKee, M.D. James Shepard, M.D. (Temple 1976) Elizabeth Fajardo, M.D. Karen Nichols, M.D. (Temple 1988) Congratulates The Class of 1995 Presbyterian Medical Center 51 North 39th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 662-8978 Clarissa C- ‘Kripke, 9rf.T). This is a Bright, shining moment for you and the Chass of1995! With pride and (ove, Jour (Parents CONGRATULATIONS KRISTEN M. SHAPREN, M.D. Your upbeat personality and love of humanity will be a gift to all the children entrusted to your care. KEEP SMILING We are very proud of you. Love—Mom, Dad, Karen and Andy 385“This Time I’m Joining U.S. Healthcare.” It’s time to talk to U.S. Healthcare. U.S. Healrhcare and its affiliates can offer your family a full array of health care products—from HMDs to our Quality Point-of-Service ” Program to our indemnity products. Each plan provides top quality health care coverage and real cost efficiency. And with over 20 years of experience, we were managing care before most companies even heard of managed care. So make sure your health care coverage includes features like quality, accountability and affordability. Find out if U.S. Healthcare is offered in your workplace, or ask your employer to call 1-800-338-USHC. 386 C IW5US Meaimcare. rcCongratulations to Matthew A. Goodman, M.D. We're AH Very Proud of You! Love, Mom Dad Todd Renee' Jay Robin Congratulations MARK SCOTT HARM, M.D. Good Luck On Your Journey, Son We Love You, Mom and Dad Congratulations OamaLi 9d. Campbell, fM.D. ‘We cebebrate your accompCisfment... uritfi pride, uritfi love, and uritfi heartfelt best urisfies for the future! Aunt ‘Biflye, Uncle Joe, ‘Kiema Xfiadiji (Best Wishes from Our (House to ‘The Class of 1995 on your (graduation ‘With Special ‘Wishes to Xuggers" Qavin, Qary, Lance 9darf “Elsie and 9(ennetft Cundy 387Congratulations to ‘Ifie Qractuating Class of 1995! Special Congrats to Lydia Vaias, 9vl.‘.D. on being elected SUMS SI Sfational (President Much Lucf and Success from SLMSSL CONGRATULATIONS TO OSRIC S. KING, M.D. Congratulations Monika M. Desai, M.D. The Class of 1995 You are the co-creator with God and all around you are the gifts you can use to shape your world. With Love and Best Wishes, The King Family Dad, Mom, Ketan Shauna 388TO THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE LAST FOUR YEARS SPECIAL: To Mike and Tim-1 would have never gotten through first year without you! To Betsy, Stu, Taylor- Thanks for being my family away from home! To Jonas-New Haven is not that far from Manhattan. Visit! To Donelle Kathy- Who would have ever thought that the yearbook would be a bonding experience?! To Deb- Movies, chocolate and aerobics... weekends will never be the same! To Dr. Glenn Freas and Dr. Fred Kaufman- The best role models and mentors I could ever ask for. You made this moment possible! Thank you all and good luck to all of you1 TO THOSE WHO A MWWZ'XCZ: Mom Dad - Thanks for always being there, for I know you will always support me in whatever I do. Jackie. Raquel Sandy - Thanks for all the fun times we had ... Atlantic City before the Boards! Donelle Michelle - for keeping cool heads as editors. (...last time I'll volunteer for anything again!) Christine - the best roommate and hot chili maker (who will I "brain-storm" with now?) Dr. Debbie Meislich - my advisor and future colleague, thanks for pointing me in the right direction. And to all my classmates whom I have had the pleasure of working with (and those who I will be working with at St. Christophers), thanks for the laughter, the support and good times. Best wishes to you all! KATHLEEN LAURA CHIN, M.D. Congratulations to Jennifer A. McNulty, M.D. lie Love Yon!! Jane Allen Congratulations MICHELLE SEYEDZADEH, M.D. It's been a long journey, but we always knew youfd make it! Love, Dennis, Donna, Allen, Jackie, Aaron, Elizabeth, and Andrea 2)epartment of 389To our classmates an ell friends wko kave made tkese past four years at Temple truly a time to rememler -May yon find success and kappiness m all tkat you do and face tke ckallenges to come witk all tke grace and good knrnor tkat makes our class unique. CongratuCations t May 18,1995 Hfic Hippocratic Oath I do solemnly szvear by that which I bold most sacred: , r[hat I will by loyal to the profession of medicine and just andgenerous to its members; ‘That I zvill 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 sicf 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 eyercise my art solely for the cure of my patients, and zvillgive no drug, peform 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 zvill beep 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." 392 COOKE PUBLISHING MPAN DEVON. PENNSYLVA At ■


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