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? . ' 'r-'ll TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 3400 North Broad Street Philadelphia. PA 19140 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY health science center libraryanatomy doctor 2'2003 Skullo u 14 Determined to Succeed Seniors 226 Strong Education Faculty s trw+ 296 Healthy Balance of Work and Play Student Life 350 Hands on Experience Residencies 364 Support of Family and Friends Patrons We eagerly entered Temple University School of Medicine four years ago as very different individuals sharing the common goal of seeking to become well-educated and well-trained physicians. As we now prepare to start our medical careers, let us carefully dissect each of the components that have made this accomplishment a reality. For we can truly say it was the determination, the education, the hands on experience, and the support of our family and friends that have made us the doctors we are today. Temple University School of Medicine 3DEDICATION Gloria S. Greenberg Gloria Greenberg was a presence in our medical school careers from our first days of orientation when she filled us in with the details of our classroom days ahead. Her presence became even more striking when it came time for the lottery during our second year. Many of us tried to get to know her very well with hopes that she would facilitate our trades or keep us in mind as slots that we wanted became available. As our interactions with her increased in frequency, they often would increase in duration. It was inevitable that during our time as medical students at Temple, we would come to know Gloria as the kind, hard working and sometimes even overwhelmed person that really had the power to make things happen. Having been such a powerful presence, it is obvious that her absence from the tiny office in the MRB brought much sadness to the medical school community. For all of her many contributions to the medical school, we, the Class of 2003, deemed it only appropriate that we dedicate our yearbook to her as a timeless token of our thanks. Gloria Greenberg was born on May 22, 1928 as her mother was transported through the halls of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital en route to a delivery room. She was the youngest of six children born to William and Tillie Steiner, Russian immigrants who arrived at Ellis Island as children. Gloria grew up in Philadelphia in a house at 1111 South Street that sat behind the women’s apparel store her parents owned and operated. Her schooling took place in Philadelphia where she attended Randall School and Bartlett Junior High before graduating from the Philadelphia High 4 • 2003 SkullSchool for Girls at 17th and Spring Garden Streets. She attended Temple University School of Education from 1945-1948. She received a 'PHT'" (Putting Husband Through) award when her husband Max received his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 1967. Gloria met Max in 1955 at a Synagogue dance. They were married a year later, and have three children; Max brought Gloria’s 'bonus daughter' Sharon into the marriage, and Gloria gave birth to their son, Anthony in 1960, followed by Willa Mindy three years later. Both Anthony and Willa attended Temple University for their undergraduate training before entering medical school. Gloria's son Anthony is a family physician. Willa is a physiatrist and Sharon is an insurance litigator. Gloria laughingly speaks of her “MTD” or Mother of Two Doctors Degree. While raising their children during their early years was a full time job for Gloria, she eventually went to work part time for a psychiatrist before coming to Temple in 1977. Gloria came to work as an administrative assistant to Dr. John E. Fryer in Temple’s Department of Psychiatry before moving to the Department of Family Practice two years later. In Family Practice, she was program coordinator for first and second year courses, third year clerkships, fourth year electives, and managed the family practice lotteries. It wasn’t until 1989 that Gloria came to work in the Dean's office, where we all knew and loved her best. She remembers being concerned initially about making the transition because she feared she would lose the daily contact with students that Family Practice provided; happily, she learned that she would have even more student contact. She remained in this position until this past August of 2002 when she retired. Temple University School of Medicine • 5During her reign in the Dean's office at Temple it was easy to see how much Gloria loved her job. She reflects now on how wonderful it was for her to try and make some sort of difference in the lives of the students. She spoke of how she rarely took vacation, because to her, "work was my vacation”. As administrative coordinator she was involved with the mega events of medical school. Each had a special meaning for her. “I enjoyed watching you evolve from eager first year students at orientation into mature fourth year students preparing to enter your residencies after graduation. It was like watching children grow and mature and go out into the world, and I definitely thought of you all as my ‘children V When asked about awards she had received while at Temple she stated that she had been a hooder four times and had received several student appreciation awards. She went on to explain that what meant the most to her came everyday when we would walk into her office to talk to her about everything from clerkships to electives, to the boards, to personal issues, or just to say hello. These were her daily awards that meant far more to her than any official recogni- 6 • 2003 Skulltion she could ever receive. She appreciated the plaques and spa gift certificates, hut it was our telephone calls and clerkship request lists, under tons of paper piles in an office full of scribbled post-it notes, that she felt were her greatest rewards. Gloria always spoke and continues to speak of how wonderful the Temple medical students were and still are, but she will always humbly overlook how wonderful she was to all of us. Nothing was impossible when Gloria was on the job. She was quite a presence with power to get us whatever we wanted, or at least go down trying her best. We are left now asking Gloria for two things. First, that she accept the dedication of this book to her as a small token of our thanks for all that she did for us during our time at Temple. And second, that she realize her efforts were invaluable and did make a difference in all of our lives. Although she may have been absent from her office during our last months, she will always have a place in our hearts and a presence in the memories of our time here at Temple. Temple University School of Medicine 7HOODERS A Great Tradition "From the first day of gross anatomy through the recent residency match, these four individuals have challenged our minds, encouraged our growth, and supported our medical futures. We are forever grateful." -Hillary Freeman Our graduation hoods are a relic from medieval times which remains today in modern academia. The hood’s silken lining is the color of the university conferring the degree, and the velvet indicates the special area of study. The colors of Temple University are cherry and white. The dark green represents medicine. Hooders are individuals who symbolically bestow our degrees upon us. Each senior class chooses four individuals to place the hoods on the members of the class at the graduation ceremony. These distinguished individuals were selected not only for their superb quality of teaching, but for their hard work and dedication towards the graduating class and to Temple University School of Medicine. Their commitments to teaching and to medicine serve as examples for us all. We honor them as they so often have honored us. Hooders for the Class of 2003 are: Dr. Concetta Harakal Professor, Department of Pharmacology Dr. Carson Schneck Professor, Department of Anatomy Cell Biology Dr. Paul Lyons Associate Professor, Department of Family Community Medicine Dr. Amy Goldberg Associate Professor. Department of Surgery 8 2003 SkullOn behalf of the Class of 2003, the yearbook staff wishes to thank each of our hooders for the time they have taken to guide us through the beginning of our medical careers. Temple University School of Medicine • 9Congratulations From Our Dean OFFICIAL COMMENDATION Dear Class of 2003, On behalf of the faculty, staff and administration at the Temple University School of Medicine, I wish you the very best of success in your professional careers. Joining me as an alumnus a of the School, you will look back on your experiences here with a great deal of pride and accomplishment. As you progress in your residencies and beyond, you will continue to appreciate the sound educational foundation that you received at Temple, - one that will be invaluable to you in any career path that you may choose. We have enjoyed and appreciated the energy, talent and contributions that you, as students, have brought to the School. We are proud of you. and look forward to seeing you often in the years to come. John M. Daly, M.D. Dean John M. Daly, M.D. 10 • 2003 SkullAdministration John M. Daly, M.D. Dean Richard Kozera, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Education Sally Rosen, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Robert Smedley, Ed.D. Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education Robert Ozols, M.D. Associate Dean at Fox Chase Cancer Center Elliot Goldberg, M.D. Associate Dean at West Penn Hospital James Clark, M.D. Associate Dean at Crozer-Chester Hospital Gerald Sterling, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Medical Education Laurie Paavola, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Graduate Studies Albert Lamperti, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Audrey Uknis, M.D. Associate Dean for Admissions A. Koneti Rao, M.D. Associate Dean of M.D. Ph.D. Program Stephen Permut, M.D., J.D. Associate Dean for Academic Affiliations William Schulze Assistant Dean for Affiliate and Liaison Activities Raul DeLa Cadena, M.D. Assistant Dean Director of Recruitment, Admission, and Retention Program Scott Schartel, D.O. Chair, Graduate Medical Education Committee M. Judith Russo Administrative Director, Office of the Dean Mark-Alien Taylor Director of Library Services, Health Sciences Center Virginia Morris Administrator for Planning and Facilities Management Ann Untalan Acting Director TUSM Systems Finance Gregory Zimmaro Director, Administrative Services Irvin Hurwitz Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Affairs John Walker Assistant Vice President for Development Giselle Zayon Director of Alumni Affairs Dr. Richard Kozera Dr. Sally Rosen Dr. Albert Lamperti Temple University School of Medicine • IIWilliam Schulze M Dr. Laurie Paavola Dr. Gerald Sterling Dr. Raul DeLa Cadena Dr. Audrey UknisDr. James Clark Dr. 1 Jo ward Gram Dr. Stephen Permut Virginia MorrisSENIORS 14 m 2003 Skulldetermination succeed Temple Universityt School of Medicine a 15[rrrnl TemP|e University Ulm Hospital__________________________ Temple University Health System Admission H P ClaMsofrXOO 3 Date: 999 Reason for Medical tdv-calimv Admission: History of TheClaAS fr Z003 leo Tnahkldl cUveMefunip admitted Temple IlniveMikly Present Illness: Acha Medccineinsfovycd 999 t be n'O'U el n pi cess lcatinAn t diOMiott, tUat, and pUvtnA' dMOCV m the human' btimSfr. 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Temple University School of Medicine 171 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY A Commonwealth University School of Medicine Office of Admissions £340 N. Broad St. SFC Suite 306 Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19140 (216) 707-3666 Fax: (215) 707-6932 email: tusadm@blue.ternple.edu website: www.temple.edu medschool October 15, 1998 Dear Class of 2003: 1 am truly delighted to offer you a place in the 1999 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 of your past accomplishments and anticipation of your contributions to the Temple community that our offer of acceptance is advanced. This 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. Congratulations are in order for your success to this point in your career. We look forward sharing your future achievements with a good deal of anticipation. If you have any questions or if you do not desire to accept a place, please contact me immediately. Sincerely yours. Audrey B. Uknis, M.D. Associate Dean for Admissions Associate Professor of Medicine ABU wjm 7907 .4 Century of Incomparable Medical Education 2001 18 2003 SkullCLASS OF 2003 a „ »r (ft a 4 r ? | A wad. ASMCaO •AIKS « 'v Temple University School of Medicine a 19 O A » -y ki- licUiMt. M«nh w i IX.'Kt «. liad O. P sj 03 §1 Flit . Jaton Gaddy. Jjvininc n Cm, ' ■ ' f ( | OiltHKi. Noam (iira Ido. Culm Goodyear. S iul»Temple University School of Medicine 21Kiihun. Shamil K. vmJr.i. AmOi Kcilcr. Bn.ni a Ull Rau. Siclltn a a O V a i 0 a" 1 Rcnfnxa. I av»l Kl'p .i Sloeii Hi' min (iwlfcp | Kkv. Tltonui i Kmlnfue Ani 1 H(»a. K.ircn.i 22 2003 Skull 03 a 4'± WnuhuKwcn © You, Ijvvreiuc Temple University School of Medicine 2326 Dr. Matthew C. Abramowitz28 Dr. Hina S. AhmadPost Health Fair Fatigue Leaving my mark at Temple. The march to the Canadian Embassy to seek health care asylum. Dr. Simon Ahtaridis 29Dr. Leon Aleksandrovichf For by grace are ye saved through faith: and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. Ephesians 2:8-9 Dr. David G. Alonso ijjl 3132 Dr. Wade J. AndrewsJ avid X- (fantfa 'n ty, TJf.J). Dr. David Ty 34 Dr. Rainy A. AwadDr. Shahdad Azmoon 35Thanks to Amy, my family, and all my friends for their support! I could not have done this without you! 36 Dr DovA. BaderTo 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 false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. - Ralph Waldo Emerson 38 Dr. Kevin S. BarlottaWattAw (fa. fyefanakti , jty.D.Never seperate the lives you lead from the words you speak. - Senator Paul Well stone (1944-2002) Thank you to everyone who has taught me the importance of these words and carried me through these four enlightening years: Andrea. Mom. Alta. Marcel. Sandy... Betsy Stubble, Tilly, KT, Kirsten. Kathryn. Nat. Carrie. Brian Meyer. Molly the Destroyer. Jen Chuang. Simon. Jen Cohn. Patty + Nancy, Scott. David Chu. Chris K. Chrissie Ott. Muchas gracias also to some fabulous clinicians who have inspired me: Drs. Veloski.Tedaldi. Boigon. Black. Wynn. Fekete, Goldberg. To Andrea: ...It isn’t that to have an honorable relationship with you. 1 have to understand everything, or tell you everything at once, or that I can know, beforehand, everything 1 need to tell you. It means that most of the time I am eager, longing for the possibility of telling you. That these possibilities may seem frightening, but not destructive, to me. That I feel strong enough to hear your tenative and groping words. That we both know we are trying, all the time, to extend, the possibilities of truth between us. -Adrienne Rich y no nos olvidemos: !A vivir. que son dos dias! -Spanish proverb 40 Dr. Denise M. Bilbaojptiffl fi. $ WlAfr, W.'J).liAd fttSXh YV, m. J).Dr. Robert D. Bogacki44 1 Dr Rachel Catherine BorekDr. Jeffrey Robert Boyd 45 My Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ "But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we’re still sinners, Christ dies for us.” Romans 5:8 My dog. Abi My husband. Doug My family, ihe Chicks “Whatever you do. work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men. since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving." Colossians 3:23-24 4 46 Dr. Stephanie M. BrowerC vlOn C . t3 tewyV'48 Dr Mary Ellen Brow nDr. Michele S. Brown 4 But seek ye first the kingdom of God... and all things shall be added... Matthew 6:33 To my grandparents and other family and friends. I thank you for the prayers and for taking this journey with me. May God bless you. Love Charlene. Sylvie, your strength and dedication inspires and humbles me. I thank God you are my mommy. I love you dearly. To my sisters and brothers, words cannot express my gratitude. Thank you for your love and support. I Love You All... Shine. To Winston, we've only just begun... Always B To my angels. I love you and I pray that God continues to bless you. Continue to soar... Love Auntie .Shine. 50 Dr. Charlene A. BrowneDr. Colin M. Bucks a 51Dr Yury Bykov54 Dr. Vineet Kirati ChibJe WiyX0. C'hUMy, Dr. Jeffrey P. Chisdak56 Dr. Tosha Jewell ChristoDr. Chan Chung 57Much love and gratitude to Megan. Caroline. Chung-Hee. Chin-Yong. Judy, and Art. I could not have come this far without your support, patience, and prayers. Bill 58 Dr William L. ChungDr Sfiau'n M Conrad a 59Brothers of Indian Queen Lane, I can't imagine having faced this challenge without you. Thank you: Brian, for your companionship; Greg, for your loyalty; Jason, for your counsel; and Dave, for your humor. You're like family to me. Dad, Mom. Your love, support, and understanding have made this dream realizable. Rob, Matt, Tom, and Mary, Your successes have given me strength and inspiration to overcome all. Dianne, Evan, Marty, Owen, and Nanna. Your kindness has made me feel right at home. 60 Dr. Aaron David Crookshank‘Et quid amabo nisi, est quod aenigma est?’ Dr. Thomas M. Cruz 61J g.CdL-MbM 62 Dr. Aaron B. CullenDr Gregory D' Era mo a 6364 Dr. Meenal G. DandekarNot as though I had already attained, either were already perfect.... Brethren. I count not myself to have apprehended; but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before. I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:12-14 Now unto him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that workelh in us. Unto him be the glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen. Ephesians 3:20-21 To my family and my friends who have helped me grow' from a boy into a man, I am indeed a reflection of you all. Let’s keep pressing, praying, and praising together. I love you always. Your son, brother, and friend. Dr. Akili Hammond DeBrady 6566 Dr. Benjamin A. DelanoDr. Matthew Delano 67“Whether you think that you can. or that you can’t, you arc usually right." - Henry Ford Thank you all for your love and support. 1 couldn’t have done it without you. The Brothers. The trailblazer. 68 Dr. Chad A. DeRosaAawrnilA. T ®4hO W-V- Dr. Saiimil S. DosltiDoris Henry Lembeck. Taryn’s parents a Dr. Taryn P. Draxlerft. fcvyft, ftt.V.72 | Dr. Robert E. El-Kareh OfJaA rvfcva nb,cay 74 Z r. Pauline FarnsworthThank You! Dr. John G. Fernandez 75M.D.W.J). Dr. Lester Fogelsander £ 77•X V 78 Dr. Hillary FreemanFor my parents, without whom I couldn't have come this far... ...For my friends, for being themselves, Thank you “Sometimes the light's all shining on me Other times I can barely see Lately it occurs to me What a long, strange trip it's been" -Robert Hunter Dr Jason S. Frit: a 79JitlcAieM', W.y. 3 p 80 Dr Gregory' FulchieroDr. Jasmine R. Gaddy 81Anna Conoa Jim-From the Prom to Paris, And into the future, I have and always will love you! Mom Mom and Pop Pop, Your love and hard work have made me your -Good Girl” Mommy and Pop Pop I miss you and love you both. g2 Dr. Anna Marie Gallagher TierneyC,bNAfoxuvl. tfaUeps, Jif.J). Dr. Christina L.84 Dr Jeffrey GerberDeborah, No accomplishment is done alone. It is done cither at the expense of, or with the support of, those close to you. This achievement was done with your love and support, and would have been impossible without it. To my family, 1 thank you and love you all. Ari, you have strengthened my sense of wonder. Amit, you have shown me 1 can follow my dreams. Keren, you have showm me how important it is to keep a sense of adventure and a sense of humor. Irtia, thank you for the sense of caring and empathy you have given me. Finally. Aba, this is for you. Dr. Noam C. Gil boa £4. 85S6 Dr. Carlos D. Giro Ido ■ ? Or. Sarah K. Goodyear A 7Jetyph W.])-I would like to thank my parents for always believing in me and helping to nudge me when I desperately needed to be pushed back on track. I could have never done it without you. I only hope I have made you proud. To Missy and Jon for being there through tough times. To Bob for all your encouragement through the years. To Pop Pop. Aunt Paula, Uncle Rick, Jill and Uncle Den for your support. To Tara for keeping me honest and grounded when I needed it. To all of my close friends, you know who you are. Dave. Aaron, Brian. Greg. Megan. Chrissy, Angie. Tony, Molly. Seth, Anthony. Luis. Carlos. Jillian. Jen and many others thanks for ail the great times and more to come. To Muhammed for making me a better physician, and always being a good friend. To all my friends at the club for all your kind words especially my baby Michelle who I will always be there for. To all my professors, residents and attendings for putting up with my blunders and inexperience and for all your invaluable teaching and insight. And to anyone else who offered me words of wisdom or kindness when I needed it. thank you; Dreams can never be achieved alone, so thanks to everyone who helped make mine become a reality. "A voice said, 'look me in the stars and tell me truly man of earth if all the soul and body scars were worth the price to pay for birth?'" -Robert Frost Dr. Andrew Gross 8990 Dr. MinJv L. CrunzkeMy parents, without whom none of this would have been possible. Thank you. Steve, who has always been my biggest fan. -I would not have survived the last four years without you. Thanks for your patience and being you. I love you! My grandparents, who have given me endless encouragement throughout my life. To those of you who should be on this page. (there just w asn’t enough room for all of you and 1 can't begin to choose favorites): To old friends I’ve known forever (Sylvia, Megan. Laurie, Jen), who knew I could do it. even w hen 1 didn’t. You’ve been the loudest cheerleaders in the bunch. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without you. I love you all! To the new friends I’ve met along the way (Mindy. Heidi. Rachel. Ashley, Christine), can you believe we made it?! It’s been an amazing 4 years. Thanks to all of you for enduring my endless complaints and for being the ones who really understood when no one else did. I couldn’t have made it through without you all! 92 Dr. Caroline. . Gundel-Brehm94 Dr. Stephen M. HagbergDr. Jennifer H. Harris 9596 Dr. Kewton H. HarrisJ idAM HefiffiZ', YH.T). Dr. Jordan Heffez 9798 Dr. Joshua E. HellerDr. Curtis L. Hcrshey 99100 Dr. Heather Herson“May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.” Galatians 6:14 102 Or Marc D. HopkinsThis is the Beginning of a New Day. You Have Been Given this Day to Use as you Will. You can Waste it or Use it for Good. What you do Today is Important Because you are Exchanging a Day of Your Life for it. When tomorrow Comes, This Day will be Gone Forever, in its Place is Something that you Have Left Behind... Let it be Something Good. To those who hove supported me on this journey - Thank you. could not have done it without you. I think hack to the days when I thought that I couldn't do it and remember all the kind words and supporting hands that gently but surely pushed me hack in the right direction. I admire your strength, your love, and your compassion. I hope to take a little hit of each of you as I continue along this path. To my family and loved ones -1 love you! To my friends - Oh. the places we will go! Dr. Rebecca B. Horn 103M Thanks to my family and friends for all their love and support. I love you. 104 Dr. Ashley P. HyderDr Brian T. Jankowitz 105106 Dr. Michael J. Jem orskiDr. Anahid Kabasakalinn £ 107108 Dr. Catherine B. KargherpltiMtaka KoMrafa , pi .J).Claudio Ignatius Acura 1986-2001 110 Dr. Rashmi V. KhadilkarKhtfAv, Thank you Mom for all of your support, love and for making my dreams a reality! "Anyone who has saved a life, it is as if he has saved the life of the whole of mankind." Quaran(5:32) “O Muslims, seek cure, since God has not created any illness without creating a cure." The Prophet Muhammad Dr. Nadia Khan 111Thank you to my entire family, especially Mom. Dad. and Sam. You have always been there and protected me when I was weakest. It was your guidance, support, and love that gave me the strength to succeed these last four years. Thank you to my friends. For four years we have worked, studied, complained, celebrated, partied, laughed, cried, and grown together. You have all become an absolute cherised part of my life. 112 Dr. Cyrus Khorrami“First Day of School" "South Beach" "The Cousins' Dr. Christopher Khorsandi a 113To my beloved dad. my mom. my sister Marti, family, and friends: Thank you for your support, guidance, and encouragement through the years. CJ . Sv Y5by ,»- I love you. 114 Dr Chad A. KligerDad - The Survivor - You could drop my dad into any country in the world with only the clothes on his back and w ithin a week he w ill be making a living off his wits. He taught me determination can handle even the most daunting tasks, and that there is always a solution to any problem that presents itself. Mom Hie Nice One - My mother is by far the nicest person I’ve ever met. She never ceases to amaze me with her selfless deeds. She does more for people she dislikes than most would do for their best friend. Any kindness, etiquette, and philanthropy that I feature stemmed from her. Joe - The Smart One - My eldest brother empowered me to become the most educated and w ell-rounded person I could be. He taught me both by example and by personal scrutiny, and for the rest of my life 1 will request his council. Jonathan - The Worldly One - My middle brother has been at the cusp of innumerable trends, has unmatched personal convictions, and has been to more countries than I can name. From him I gleaned my love of music, movies, beer, and sports. I can think of a dozen people w ho would be orders of magnitude more boring today if they didn’t know him. especially me. Dr. Douglas J. Kovatch I John 4:10 This is love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent us His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. SMI Ephesians 3:1-20 Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen Our engagement at the lighthouse At last! We are one. 116 Dr Joshua E. LaBrinDr. Matthew A. Lederman £ 117I IS Dr. Christopher LeeluPr A, m .T . 4 Dr. Joshua Leitner 119120 Dr. Joshua M. LevinBlessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is. Jeremiah 17:7 Dr. Kimberly Ligon 4 121J. Thank you to my friends and family for their support. 122 a Dr. Connie Liu 124 Dr. Christian S. Lope:JvMv f. Wcwkndl, M.y.WaAem jyaAamiaA, YA. J). Dr. Wakengo Mahaniah128 Dr. Anita K. MalhotraDr. Christine A. Malloy 129130 il Dr. Anna ManilovMy Family: Mom. Dad (Temple Med ‘79), Mark, and Hanna Thank you for all your love, support and encouragement. To Mindy. Ashley. Rachel, and Christine: Ladies, Thank you for your friendship and believing in me. Congratulations, you will all be wonderful doctors! Dr. Heidi E. Martinson 131foaM Wa AtfU;, yii.T). 132 Dr. Aarti MaskeriDr. Matthew Matiasek 133Thank you to my family, without their love and patience, this would not have been possible. 134 J Dr Kristofer S. MatulloDr. William C. McBride i 135To my father whom I deeply wished to see my graduation. You gave me insight and understanding of life and myself. Thank you. 136 Dr John W. McCahanDr. Damon M. McClain 137Who’s the oddball? My two favorite men A trip that must be repeated I could never have done this without you 138 Dr. Amanda L. MedfordDr. Saurin M. Mehta 139Emiliano Joel - The joy you've given me is immeasurable. You have grounded me and shown me what really matterrs in life. There is nothing greater than being your mom. Te quiero mi angelito precioso. Morris - Thanks for being there when you didn’t have to be. I love you. To “La Familia" - Your support and unconditional love will never be forgotten. And lastly, my friends - Slowly, but surely, we’re all getting to that perfect place - Coronas all around. 140 Dr. Karen MelendezJaA yiidnvck , yv[.D. Dr. Jason Melnicka.k.a. Dr. Evil a.k.a. Dr. Zorders a.k.a. The Great Dr. Sanchez Top 10 Things I’ve Been Overheard Saying During Medical School: 10: “Question 1. Do you have insurance?” 9: “I'm telling you, a drive-through ER could work!'’ 8: “Thorazine - and a generous episiotomy. But then again, that's my answer for everything." 7: “I intubated that esophagus like a pro!” 6: “That console in the front of the lecture hall may be called the ‘Intelligent classroom,’ but it doesn't take into account the idiots that end up trying to use it.” 5: “So, you're not going into a field of medicine where you actually interact with people, are you?" 4: “Returning that favor isn't going to require SurgiLube, is it ?" 3: “Somehow I find it hard to believe that your 90 lb 4-year old ‘hardly eats anything.'" 2: “I don't know - what do 1 look like, a doctor?" 1: “Windex IV, wide open until desired effect." 142 Dr. Keith H. MessnerI would like to thank my family for all the love and support you have given me over the years; without you all. none of this would have been possible. And, I have to give an extra special thanks to my Kahylen and my Nayah. We're finally done guys!!!! Dr. Nicole E. Minniefield 143Dedicated To... GOD! Without you this journey of mine would have never begun! How anyone could be a doctor of medicine and not believe in your infinite power is beyond me. The human body is too perfect a machine to have “just happened!” Cyil'UrtMA, f .D. Mom, for your unwavering support, love, and being the chief “sponsor” of my higher education. Dad, Grandma, and Galen, for inspiring me along every step of the way. G and Dizzy for keeping me grounded. You guys are my foundation! All my other friends and family along the way who kept me in their prayers, and had confidence in my abilities...you kept me going when the going got insane! All my predecessors who have sacrificed so I could stand on your shoulders. All the people who came from what I come from, who never had the opportunity to reach your goal. I have not forgot, and shall never forget about you! Finally, my classmates...the book lenders, the email senders, the Caribbean trip takers, the all nighter makers, the deep thinkers, the beer drinkers, my right hand man. and my ace baseball fan, THE BEST OF FRIENDS. TEMPLE MED 2003 UNTIL THE END!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! Dr. Geoffrey D. Moarer 145To my family: I thank you for all the sacrifices you have made so that I may acheive my dream. Dr. Lambda P. Msezane|t L. KD I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him. he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. John 15: 5 Graduation at SGHS Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock on the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. Matthew 7:7-8 Graduation at Penn Dr. Alan Yuk Lan MuiThanks, Mom. Dad, Anita. Sindhu, Nathan, Damon, Mrs. Stanitski. and Kate for making the last four years the most rewarding of my life. Dr. Anil Nabha 149150 Dr. Jovanni NeblettD. Nguyen Dr. Son X. Nguyen 153154 Dr Farzad NowrouzzaciehDr Brendan G. O'Connell 155156 Dr Pikai Oh1 had a vision. More family - mummies and daddies. Thank you mum and dad Saint Preux for embracing me into your family and for those delicious Sunday meals. Mam a na!!! Many. O Lord my God. are thy wonderful works which thou hast done, and thy thoughts which arc to us-wurd: they cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee: if I would declare and speak of them, they arc more than can be numbered. Psalm 40;5 Dedicated to my mother. Rosaline Ibcri Ojilc for her love, support and endurance. You are truly the epitome of grace and love. Ada and Ugbc • 'Hie best big brothers on this planet True true true love!! I am so blessed to be yours. Thunk you for keeping me smiling and overjoyed, Dad. mummy ikpoyi. Eche, Christ. Aladi. Caesar, and Ameh. Words cannot express the love I have for you all. Grand Ma - Idada Otache. To forget from where and whom you come is to forget who you arc. Abahi - Crazy bro, you know you will always be little to me no matter how tall you are. Loveya. Yewande. you never complained when I needed someone to share my neverending burdens with. Girl you da best!! Dr. Ene P. Ojilc 157I would like to thank my family lor all your unconditional support. I couldn’t have made it through without you! To my girls, you have been like family to me and 1 will love you always. Best of luck to all of you as we continue down our chosen paths! J58 Dr. Mona R. OrnelasJat ri'paletot, Thank You! It took a lot of hard work for me to graduate medical school, and much of that work was done by others. Sure, I did all of the studying and test taking, but my family and friends have kept the rest of my life intact. To all the great people in my life - thank you! Without your help, I never would have gotten to medical school. And since my first day of school, you have been there to support me -emotionally, financially, and physically. Whenever 1 have needed anything I knew I would not go without...the comforts of home, inspiration, free meals or money for gas. 1 can't possibly mention all of the little things you do for me each day. I can only hope to return the favors someday! Thank you Mom, Jim, Jeff, Dad. Uncle Lee. Aunt Pat. Uncle Dave, MJ. Beth, Matt, Nanna Baker. Nan Palermo, Steve. Matt. Kevin and last but not least Keri - who has helped me make it through many long study days. Thanks to all the good friends I’ve made in medical school, for helping to keep life in perspective while we have been faced with mounds of material. In particular, 1 need to thank Todd. Josh, and Saumil for all the late night cramming before exams that got me through the first 2 years. Thank You. Jay Dr Jason Palermo 159160 a Dr. Joseph R. PaprotaKfUM iyrvphdpA', W.V. TotQ L fl). o. 162 ii Dr. Todd M. PollackAnd the countless others who helped keep me here... I could not have done this without you Thank You Dr. Alyx B. Porter 163Dr. Matthew R. Quallick 165Life is short And the art long The occasion instant The experiment perilous Decision difficult -Hippocrates 166 Dr. Nathan XI. Rack I iffeTo my parents: My life has always been filled with good fortune and it began with the two of you. Without your endless prayers, love, and support. I wouldn't be where I am now. Thanks for pushing me when I wanted to give up and giving me strength when I needed it most. To my beloved siblings: You all helped me grow up and without you guys 1 would be a fraction of myself. Zarghoona Jan - You show ed me the value of hard work and how to aspire towards perfection. You're my counselor and confidant, applying logic to my hysteria. Naz Jan - My “life-long partner" You taught me laughter in the face of adversity. Mujdah Jan - “Kanante” You've taught me sensitiviy and strength. You're growing up too fast. Bobo Jan - Your prayers make me feel at ease and provide a sense of comfort in all this turmoil. And to my friends, you know who you are, I appreciate all you’ve done and wish you the best... Dr. Shamila Rahim 4 167Dr. Anish K. RavindraZaAZ pf.Z .ff’tiam K- W.D.'Dl h ty-HD So what do you do for a living again?? No, seriously...” '“But our notes said we COULD write scripts for Schedule I drugs...'’ “City Hall?? But I thought we were going to get down with our bad selves...” Much thanks and love to Mom and Joe, Dad, Bubby, and Pop-Pop. Marlene and Brenda, Skippy and Meg, MJ, the physicians of 3584. the Ladies next to the WaWa, Yuengling (the cat), Yuengling (the beer), that hour of Simpsons every day, the 2000-01 Sixers for costing me at least twenty points on Step 1, and in succeeding in spite of yourself... “This is nice, but we’ve heard North Philly is MUCH nicer..." 172 Dr David M. RenfrowBill Chung and I with Dr. Budway in the Breast Center Dr. Caushaj says, “Bottoms Up!" Mom and Dad thanks for being there every step of the way “What the mind of a man can conceive and believe, the mind of a man can achieve.” -Napoleon Hill Arroyo Grille in Manayunk for a holiday gathering Dr. Steven E. Repku 173174 Dr. Geoffrey A. RezvaniCadillac Mt, Maine 2001 It has been a long trip made possible by the help of many people. Thank you for your love and support Mom, Dad, Joe and Michele South Rim, Grand Canyon 2002 Dr. Thomas B. Rice 175176 Dr. Waldemar RiefkohlDr. Ana M. Rodrigue: 177 Thank you so much to my family for their constant support and for providing the warm and loving home that helped me achieve this goal. Thank you Anthony for your love and support and for sticking by me through already so many good rimes and bad. Thanks to my friends. It wouldn’t have been the same without all of the laughs to keep everything in perspective. 178 Dr. Karena M. Rosa "T'YDr. Andrew Rosenzweig 179Thanks to my family and friends for all of your love and support. I couldn't have done it without you. 180 il Dr. Rebecca Rosenzweig OhayonDr. David Rosing To Beth Thank you for your love, your support, and most of all your understanding. I am a better person with you in my life. I'll love you always. Furry Friends - To mom and Pop - Nixon, Diesel, and Gingko Thank you for your unconditional love. You are the foundation of my life and have made all of my accomlishments possible with your never- ending support. I love you both. 182 Dr. Kerry M. RossJa iyfr. [i tbk pfy, W.T - Dr. Jay E. Rothkopf 183,J5 184 Dr. Jonathon RutkauskasCould not have made it this far without your love and support. Love always... Anuraag Dr. Anuraag Sahai 185186 Dr. Maria A. SantoroTo God,... ...to my family... ...and to all my friends,... I’m here now because you believed could be then. All the hard work, the perseverance and my strength is owed to you. Thank you IS8 li Dr. Ulin Sargeant $te£ o n W. ScfaAlz, W.J). Dr. Sreffan IV. Schulz 4 189190 Dr. Melvin D. Schursky. Jr.Dr. Tiffany P. Segre 191__________-M-O.For Fphraim and Sarah .Want .: “Good parents give their children roots and wings. Roots to know where home is; w ings to fly away and exercise what’s been taught them.” -Jonas Salk Dr. Sharon XI. Seltzer 193194 Dr. Aimee Seningen My deepest thanks to my Lord God. my family. The House, and my friends. "Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is none on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart fail: but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” Psalm 73:25-26 “But God demonstrates His own Love toward us. in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8 Dr. Richard Shoemaker £ 195196 Dr. Jason. . SicoDr. Shannon Janinc Smith 197T)cwid 1. irriGtyfr, }li. J). 198 a Dr David L. SmogerDr. DavidA.Staneck ££ 99200 a Dr. Lance L. SteinDr. Erik Sirfmun 201After you’ve worked hard to get what you want, lake the time to enjoy it. -Anonymous 202 Dr Brett A. SweitzerDr. Isaac H. Tawfik 203204 Dr Opal Taylorpjp fTm Dr. Joseph John Tiano ££ 205206 Dr. Ann Gallagher TillDr. BriaM. Tinsley 207m ■% Thanks to my family for all their love and support. 208 % Dr. Henry C. Tsaymy cat my crew my roomies the candy bar lineup There is more to life than increasing its speed. -Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948) doctor JoePa Dr. ParishS Vaidya 209Para mi familia... quien siempre me dio atiimo en lanzarpar las astrellas. Gracias! 210 a Dr. Marissa S. Vasquez To my family, especially my parents. Thank you for all your support Surviving medical school in Philadelphia was possible with love from New York (and Jersey City). To my friends. Thanks for your understanding and forgiveness. For missed baptisms, birthdays. and bridal showers. I love you all. To my big sib. You helped me to see the goal and stay on track. To my Temple buddies. Four years of late nights, early mornings and a thousand cups of coffee, we made it. Whether east or west coast, north or south, or staying in Philly. we will always be close. Dr. Imelda L. Vital 211A cup of wine, under the flowering trees: I drink alone, for no friend is near. Raising my cup I beckon the bright moon. For he. with my shadow, will make three men The moon. alas, is no drinker of wine: Listless, my shadow creeps about at my side. Yet with the moon as friend and the shadow as slave I must make merry before the Spring is spent. To the songs I sing the moon flickers her beams; In the dance I weave my shadow tangles and breaks. While we were sober, three shared the fun: Now we are drunk, each goes his way. May we long share our odd. inanimate feast. And meet at last on the Cloudy River of the sky. -Li PottloAfrC . WuAeM', W.J).Dr. Justin N. Wilson J 215To Mom and Dad 2 thanks for your support, love, and your "Emergency Day Care Center." Grandmamama you were always sua that I was going to be a doctor even when I wasn't. Thank you both for your love, support, and encouragement even in your absence. Love Ant. M.D. J.D. BABY WE DID IT!!!! THANK YOU AKITA for being everything to me. We did this together and I could not have made it without you as a role model to me. I love you baby. It's BMW time. Mam and Zeh you two are the best kids in the whole w ide world. And you know how much Daddy loves you! Mom and Dad I owe you the ultimate thanks for guiding supporting me as far back as I can remember. I Love You. Thank you for being a part of my dream every step of the way. Shell. Bryant and Eric "I thought I told you that we won’t stop!" 216 Dr. Edw ard A. Wingfield wo]V. WiMAW.J). Dr. Eric M. Wiser a 217(A rufriw WiMmkeKfyW.l). ■ Wittenberg"Destiny is not a matter of chance, hut of choice. Not something to wish for, but to attain -William Jennings Bryan I couldn't have done this without you. Mom and Dad. And for all your smiles and encouragement, thank you all -- Jake. Felicia, Grammy and Pop, Tina. Phoummany. Blondie. Frabz. Jess. Sharon. Blair and Dubie. Dr. Karen D. Wright 219VJafiaA lM.T).Dr. Peter K.Yi £$ 221Dr. Lawrence Yoo“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." Galatians 6:9 “...whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God." I Corinthians 10:31 Dr. Erica H. Yoon a 223The greatest thing I learned in med school is that nothing is more important than family and friends. I cannot thank you enough for all of your love and support Without you I couldn't have made it. 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Temple University School of MedicineFACULTY 226 2003 SkullAnatomy and Cell Biology Steven Popoff, Ph.D Chairperson Mark Black, Ph.D Robert Boyd, Ph.D Albert Lamperti, Ph.D Judith Litvin, PRPH Thomas Marino, Ph.D Emilia Oleszak, Ph.D Joanne Orth, Ph.D Brett Oxberry, Ph.D Laurie Paavola, Ph.D Helen Pearson, Ph.D Stephen Pilder, Ph.D Fayez Safadi, Ph.D Carson Schneck, MD, Ph.D 228 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 2292003 SkullBiochemistry E. Premkumar Reddy, Ph.D Chairperson David Ash, Ph.D James Burke, Ph.D Parkson L-G Chong, Ph.D Jimmy Collins, Ph.D Danny Dhanasekaran, Ph.D Kathleen Giangiacomo, Ph.D Xavier Grana-Amat, Ph.D Charles Grubmeyer, Ph.D Barbara Hoffman, Ph.D Keith Latham, Ph.D Dan Liebermann, Ph.D Warren Masker, Ph.D Elizabeth Moran, Ph.D Scott Shore, Ph.D Dianne Soprano, Ph.D Barbara Stitt, Ph.D Temple University School of Medicine232 2003 SkullMicrobiology Immunology A Chris Platsoucas, Ph.D Chairperson Bettina Buttaro, Ph.D Marion Chan, Ph.D Toby Einstein, Ph.D Earl Henderson, Ph.D Walter Long, Ph.D Marc Monestier, MD Tracee Panetti, Ph.D Patrick Piggot, Ph.D Thomas Rogers, Ph.D Padmini Salgame, Ph.D Arthur Schwartz, Ph.D Kenneth Soprano, Ph.D Alexander Tsygankov, Ph.D Temple University School of Medicine2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 235Pharmacology Ronald Tallarida, Ph.D Acting Chairperson Barrie Ashby, Ph.D Alan Cowan, Ph.D James Daniel, Ph.D George Kehner, Ph.D Ziad George Labbad, Ph.D Lee-Yuan Liu-Chen, Ph.D James McElligott, Ph.D Micheal Sirover, Ph.D Gerald Sterling, Ph.D Ellen Unterwald, Ph.D 236 jF 2003 SkullTemple University School of MedicinePhysiology Ronald Tuma, Ph.D Chairperson Michael Autieri, Ph.D Steven Driska, Ph.D John Gaughan, Ph.D James Heckman, Ph.D Steven Houser, Ph.D Satya Kunapuli, Ph.D John Martin, Ph.D James Ryan, Ph.D William Santamore, Ph.D Marla Wolfson, Ph.D 238 Jp 2003 Skull- H Before Septal Reduction After Septa! Reduction 240 mm Hg 200 mm Kg — Left ventricular pressure tracing — Aortic pressure tracing Temple University School of Medicine 23VAnesthesiology Lydia Conlay, MD, Ph.D, MBA Chairperson Rodger Barnette, MD Neil Brister, MD Ann Carey, MD Georgios Charatzoglou, MD Ansuya Chatwani, MD Jose Dorotan, MD Elizabeth Drum, MD Eric Gewirtz, MD Raghu Katragadda, MD Nancy Kenepp, MD Michael Keresztury, MD Lauren Krasner, MD Bruce Levine, MD Maria Munoz-Alien, MD Dilipkumar Patel, MD Rajiv Patel, MD Scott Schartel, DO Margaret Schwedler-Kerstein, MD Ashok Shenoy, MD Katherine Szabo, MD Woodrow Wendling, MD 240 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 2412003 SkullChoosing A Specialty Many medical students sweat and fret when it comes time to choose which residency is right for them. They try imagining their future, asking their loved ones, and sometimes even try “no guarantee" questionnaires in a desperate attempt to pick the right field of medicine for their future career. The problem is simply not knowing the essence of each specialty. As most medical students are familiar with coffee, a technique has been developed that compares the essence of each field of medicine with the everyday task of drinking a cup of coffee. Each student simply needs to find the “cup of coffee" that most appeals to him or her, and a specialty match is made! Control: A cup of coffee Dermatology: Look at the coffee, then go home Emergency Medicine: Coffee to go Family Practice: Savor the coffee with your family and friends, then prescribe levofloxacin. General Surgery: Drink the $ %( @! coffee NOW! Gynecology: Make the coffee uncomfortable by using a very cold spoon. Internal Medicine: R O tea. chocolate milk. Captain Morgan's, juice, water, etc... Obstetrics: Deliver the coffee Ophthalmology: Which coffee looks better: Coffee one, or coffee two? Orthopedics: Take the coffee cup, smash it and stomp on it. Get a prosthetic coffee cup. toss it on the ground and consult medicine to clean up the mess. Pediatrics: You are too young for coffee. How about some kool-aid? Psychiatry: Figure out which side of the house in the sky your patient is in then put some Zoloft in his coffee Radiology: Liquid consistent w ith coffee but cannot rule out Jack Daniels... Urology: I would not drink that coffee if I were you... Temple University School of Medicine '■ff 243 fDiagnostic Imaging Orest Boyko, MD Chairperson Eric Alves, DO Gary Cohen, MD Libby Cone, MD Uday Kanamalla, MD Linda Knight, Ph.D Jeffrey Kochan, MD Polly Kochan, MD Chul Kwak, MD Howard Lewis, MD Leon Malmud, MD Alan Maurer, MD Dmitry Niman, MD Alexander Radzievsky, MD, Ph.D Beth Scott, DO Imre Szabo, MD, Ph.D Marvin Ziskin, MD 244 2003 SkullEmergency Medicine Robert MacNamara, MD Chairperson Jeffery Barrett, MD Philip Beattie, MD Richard Bois, MD Joseph Bushra, MD Leslie Carroll,MD Dawn Demangone, MD Mitchell Drake, MD Nina Gentile, MD Richard Harrigan, MD David Jaslow, MD David Karras, MD James Labor, MD Sean R. Lenahan, MD David Levy, DO Marilyn Macvey, MD Michelle McHugh, MD Ari Schwell, MD Sachin Shah, MD Elaine Thallner, MD Jacob Ufberg, MD David Wald, DO Ernest Yeh, MD ‘'O'-a'C. vi ' C.WC-ii. I'N v,- W 246 2003 SkullTemple University School of MedicineFamily Community Medicine Stephen Permut, MD Chairperson David Barclay, MD Paul Lyons, MD Inyanga Mack, MD Harvey Nassau, DO 2003 SkullMedicine Richard Eisenstaedt, MD Acting Chairperson Peter Axelrod, MD Joseph Benjamin, MD Gail Berman, MD Steven Berney MD Section Chief - Rheumatology Jennifer Black, MD Guenther Boden MD Section Chief - Endocrinology William Brady, MD Marion B. Brody, MD Kathleen Brennan, MD Michael Bromberg, MD James Burke, MD Krishna R. Chaganti, MD Wissam Chatila, MD David Ciccolella, MD Robert Colman, MD Section Chief - Hematology Francis Cordova, MD Deborah Crabbe, MD Gerard Criner, MD Section Chief - Pulmonary Gilbert D'Alonzo, DO Nevena Damjanov, MD Carrie Edelman, MD Howard Eisen, MD Thomas Fekete, MD Robert Fisher, MD Section Chief - Gastroenterology David Friedel, MD Frank Friedenberg, MD Susan S. Gersh, MD Helene Glassberg, MD Jesse Goldman, MD Rakesh Gulati, MD Shelley Hankins, MD Christopher Hansen, MD Hope Helfeld, DO Adrienne Hollander, MD Timothy Jayasundera, MD Anand Jillella, MD Lawrence Kaplan, MD Section Chief- General Internal Medicine Ellie Kelepouris, MD Temple University School of MedicineSteven Kelsen, MD Richard Kozera, MD Samuel Krachman, DO Benjamin Krevsky, MD Friedrich Kueppers, MD Bennett Lorber, MD Section Chief - Infectious Diseases James Mamary, MD Kenneth Mangan, MD Section Chief - Oncology BMT Kenneth Margulies, MD George Mark, MD Ubaldo Martin, MD Paul Mather, MD Faria Mesgar, MD Section Chief - Dermatology Arnold Meshkov, MD Hazar Michael, MD Jean Miller, MD Larry Miller, MD Adriana, Monferre, MD Darilyn V. Moyer, MD Shearin Murphy-Higgs, MD Brian O'Murchu, MD loannis Panidis, MD Henry Parkman, MD Kristin Parris, MD A. Koneti Rao, MD Patricia Robinson, MD Steven Rothman, MD Ronald Rubin, MD Sharon Rubin, MD Rafik Samuel, MD Lleras Samuels, MD Benjamin Sanchez, MD Gerri Schulman, MD Clifford Sebastian, MD Patricio Silva, MD Section Chief - Nephrology Byungse Suh, MD Bizath Taqui, MD Ellen Tedaldi, MD Marc Thames, MD Section Chief- Cardiology John Travaline, MD Joseph Treat, MD Audrey Uknis, MD Mary G. van den Berg, MD Colleen Veloski, MD Joyce Wald, MD Jennifer Weil, MD 2003 SkullTemple University• School of Medicine252 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 253 Temple University School of Medicine 255Neurology 2003 SkullTemple University School 0 MediObstetrics, Gynecology Reproductive Sciences Enrique Hernandez, MD Chairperson Raymond Brown, MD Ashwin Chatwani, MD Claro Floro, MD Osnat Geifman-Holtzman, MD Ozgur Harmanli, MD Karen Houck, MD Meena Khandelwal, MD Valerie Whiteman, MD 2003 SkullTemple University School of MedicineOphthalmology Joseph Kubacki, MD Chairperson Vincent Baldassano, MD Lois Martyn, MD Stephen Wong, MD 2003 SkullOrthopedics Joseph Thoder, MD Chairperson Easwaran Balasubramanian, MD Michael Clancy, MD Kristin Fortuna, MD John Kelly, MD Stanley Michael, MD Pekka Mooar, MD Ray Moyer, MD James Rogers, BA Gene Shaffer, MD Albert Weiss, MD ftffflffVfl I A Temple University School of Medicine2003 SkullOtolaryngology Glenn Isaacson, MD Chairperson Mathew Hanson, MD Robert Nozza, PhD Ahmed Soliman, MD Wasyl Szeremeta, MD Temple University School of MedicineIn Memory Dr. Dawn Marks July 16, 1937 - September 6, 2000In Memory Dr. Helen BuckleyPathology Laboratory Medicine Henry Simpkins, MD, PhD Chairperson Raghbir Athwal, PhD Sow-Yeh Chen, DDS Andrew Czulewicz, MD Nahum Duker, MD Bruce Goldman, MD Susan Inniss, MD Jasvir Khurana, MD Stephen Leech, MD Merlin Marquardt, MD Steven Mechanic, MD ila Mirchandani, MD Kai Ni, MD Irma Palazzo, MD Hermant Parekh, PhD Gordon Pringle, DDS Sally Rosen, MD Carmen Sapienza, PhD Harvey Sasken, MD, MPH Ting Shen, MD, PhD Charalambos Solomides, MD Rebecca Thomas, MD Allan Truant, PhD Peter Wong, PhD John Wurzel, MDPediatrics Stephen Aronoff, MD Chairperson Thair Abed, MD Juan Ballesteros, MD Ruby Cayco-Bell, MD Alexander Davidson, MD Michael Delvecchio.MD Bernice Duesler, MD Dalit Eyal, DO Christopher Festa, MD David Fleece, MD Helena Friss, MD Judy Gorra, MD Howard Grant, MD Hazel Guinto-Ocampo, MD Hemalatha Guruprasad, MD Calvin Johnson, MD William King, MD Melanie Koehler, MD Alisa Losasso, MD Raemma Luck, MD Andrea McCoy, MD Niel Miele, MD Marla Mikelait, MD Adriana Restrepo-Ormsby, MD Nancy Robinson, MD Denise Salerno, MD John Saludades, MD Melissa Scala, MD Aita Susi, MD Dara Tynan, MD Temple University School of MedicinePhysical Medicine Rehabiliatation John Nicholas, MD Chairperson Andrea Brown, MD Stephen Gaspar, MD Ian Maitin, MD Robert Ruchinskas, PsyD Michael Weinik, DOPsychiatry Behavioral Sciences David Baron, DO Chairperson Christopher Combs, PhD Allan Cristol, MD Penelope Duvall, MD Diane Gottlieb, MD John Harding, MD Linda Kruus, PhD Dilip Ramchandani, MD Ellen Sholevar, MD Roy Steinhouse, MD Edward Volkman, MD Temple University School of Medicine 273Temple University School of MedicineSurgery Daniel Dempsey, MD Chairperson Paul Addonizio, MD Francis Au, MD Mohammad Eslami, MD Carol Fisher, BA Satoshi Furukawa. MD Section Chief, Cardio-Thorasic Surgery Amy Goldberg, MD Harsh Grewal, MD Section Chief, Pediatric Surgery Sean Harbison, MD William Hecker, MD Steven Kagan, MD Amit Kharod, MD Robert Larson, MD Mahender Macha, MD James McClurken, MD John Meilahn, MD Amitabha Mitra, MD Section Chief, Plastic Surgery Abhijit Pathak, MD Rolando Rolandelli, MD Laura Salzano, MD Arun Singhal, MD Julie Spears, MD Glenn Whitman, MD 276 W 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 278 2003 SkullTemple University School ofMeHir;,,.. 2003 SkullUrology Vjs deierem Blood t lt Uttthr Shift of penis 'Spermatic cord £p«Uhm s sNfartt ''Scrotum 'CivsXY of tunset vaginalrt pr PoCf Uretts il menus Jack Mydlo, MD Chairperson Michel Pontari, MD Michael Ruggieri, PhD 2003 SkullStudent Services Temple University School of MedicineTemple University School of Medicine 285Revisiting . SCHNECK'S ANATOMY LAB 2003 Skull 286Remember anatomy rz • v VI l S H uJT«. OOuiqji. jT C«L.i 0 LAtlAAv. ] V | AAWC© muT €CTo J« OCULOMfto - i C om'AC JOIKTT zitoMATft r ocr s «nwiu ToCEACLC na ANAToM "IMP OAAChUL. AATC Uj ntcM»« mcavccw fLtAoA pifrltV M fftof NOOi OLN -AfUt rLe«cR rcmcii LOMftUS A PtAL A TC M iwr) 255 )F 2003 SkullAffiliate Reading Hospital and Medical Center Reading, PA Temple University School of Medicine 289290 2003 Skull Fox Chase Cancer Center Philadelphia. PALehigh Valley Hospital Allentown. PA Temple University School of MedicineThe Western Pennsylvania Hospital Temple University School of Medicine Clinical Campus Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Class of 2003: It is with great pleasure for me to congratulate the second class of clinical campus students that have completed their entire third and fourth years of clinical training at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital. We have also enjoyed having the main campus students for their required and elective rotations. Some of the students on required rotations have chosen to return in their senior year for electives. The campus continues to be one of the city's leading teaching facilities, which has attracted medical students from across the country. The clinical campus students have been exposed to a wide variety of experiences in research and specialty societies, allowing the students to be recognized for their academic achievements again this year. Steven Repka was nominated as one of the Outstanding Senior Medical Students for an award given by the Pittsburgh Surgical Society. We also had one of this year’s graduates. Gregory Fulchiero. complete a Masters in Bioengineering between the third and fourth year of medical school. We look forward to our continued affiliation with the Temple University School of Medicine and the growth of the clinical campus to be a major resource for the School of Medicine in educating their students. Sincerely, Elliot B. Goldberg. MD Associate Dean, Temple University School of Medicine Clinical Campus at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Left to right: David Anthony: William Chung: Elliot Goldberg. MD: Steven Repka: Gregory Fulchiero; not pictured • Wade Andrews 2003 SkullAbout Thr Western Pennsylvania Hospital Since its incorporation in 1848 as Pittsburgh's first chartered public hospital. The Western Pennsylvania Hospital has fostered a legacy of leadership and innovation in medicine. Today, the 524-bcd. tertiary care hospital is nationally respected as a highly sophisticated medical center, providing comprehensive patient care in all major medical and surgical specialties. In an independent study by one of the healthcare industry's leading research organizations. West Penn Hospital was the only tertiary hospital in Pittsburgh to be named among the nation's "Top 100 Hospitals" for intensive care. In another study, the same research organization named West Penn among the nation's best hospitals for heart care. West Penn Hospital is known throughout the region for its expertise in bum trauma, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, colorectal surgery, diagnostic and interventional radiology, emergency care, endocrinology, family medicine, gastroenterology. general surgery, internal medicine, neonatology, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, obstetrics and gynecology, oncology, ophthalmology, oral maxillofacial services, orthopaedic surgery, otolaryngology, pediatrics, plastic surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, primary care medicine, psychiatry, pulmonary medicine, rheumatology, urology, and vascular surgery. The Hospital has specialized centers for breast diagnostic imaging and surgical breast diseases, cerv ical cancer research, computer assisted orthopaedic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, infant apnea, lung and thoracic diseases, minimally invasive surgery, pain medicine, pelvic floor diseases, rehabilitation, senior health services, and sleep disorders. The Western Pennsylvania Cancer Institute provides the most advanced diagnostic and treatment services for all types of cancer and has earned national recognition for its bone marrow transplant program, the largest in Pennsylvania. The Hospital is also renown for its excellence in diagnosing and treating heart disease and cardiovascular disorders. West Penn's Cardiovascular Institute is a regional leader in heart procedures, performing more than 4,000 cardiac catheterizations and approximately I .(XX) open-heart surgical procedures each year. West Penn Hospital's obstetrics program annually delivers the second highest number Of newborns of any hospital in the region, and its neonatal intensive care unit is one of the region’s largest referral resources for sick newborns. The Hospital’s Bum Trauma Center is also the largest in the tn-state area, and is the first and only bum center in the region to receive verification honors by the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons and the American Bum Association. The Institute for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery is the only comprehensive center in the region that combines computer assisted orthopaedic research for total joint replacement with patient-focused clinical programs, and a clinical outcomes program based on a Total Joint Registry. West Penn Hospital serves as a clinical campus for Phi lade I phi a-based Temple University and provides both undergraduate and graduate medical education programs. The Hospital also is committed to advancing medicine through clinical and basic research in areas such as oncology, gynecologic oncology, ncuro-oncologv. cardiovascular disease, orthopaedic surgery, and bum care. Annually The Western Pennsylvania Hospital admits nearly 18.600 patients, logs over 25.000 emergency visits, and performs more than 14,000 surgical procedures. The know ledge and expertise of the more than 900 physicians contribute to the strength and diversity of the Hospital’s patient care, teaching and research programs. Temple University School of Medicine 293Proper use of a stethescope 294 2003 SkullGuess WHO THEY ARE... Temple University School of Medicine 0 295296 2003 Skullhealthy work balance play Temple University School of Medicine 0 297298 2003 SkullThe Preclinical 300 A 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine 30 302 ft 2003 SkullTemple University School of Medicine Mm 303SEMI-FORMALS AT CITY HALL Celebrate 304 2003 Skull Temple University School of Medicine JO! A Little BLACK DRESS 306 0% 2003 SkullAlpha Omega Alpha HONOR MEDICAL SOCIETY Back Row: Stephen C. Wei,Todd M. Pollack, Matthew C. Abramowitz, Joshua M. Levin. Joshua D. Adams, Donald P. Glaser, Nathan M. 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NY Year Two Ophthalmology St. luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center New York, NY David G. Alonso, M.D. Internal Medicine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Lebanon, NH Wade J. Andrews, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA David T. Anthony, M.D. Psychiatry Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Ramy A. Awad, M.D. Surgery Martin Luther King, irJ Drew Medical Center Los Angeles, CA Shahdad S. Azmoon, M.D. Internal Medicine VA Greater Los Angeles Health Care System Los Angeles, CA Dov A. Bader, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery SUNY at Buffalo Buffalo, NY Jadyn A. Baker, M.D. Internal Medicine Boston University Medical Center Boston. MA Kevin S. Barlotta, M.D. Emergency Medicine University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Matthew A. Bernabei, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Denise M. Bilbao, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care University of California Medical Center San Francisco, CA Pierre R. Blemur, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine Chicago, IL Lisa M. Bodon, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Robert D. Bogacki, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Connecticut Farmington, CT Rachel C. Borek, M.D. Internal Medicine University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Jeffrey R. Boyd, M.D. Transitional Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Year Two Ophthalmology Georgetown University Washington, DC Stephanie M. Brower, M.D. Family Practice Valley Baptist Medical Center Harlingen, TX 352 2003 SkullColin C. Brown, M.D. Internal Medicine Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA Mary E. Brown, M.D. Pediatrics University of Connecticut Hartford, CT Michele S. Brown, M.D. Transitional Crozer-Chester Medical Center Upland, PA Year Two Radiology UMDNJRobert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Charlene A. Brown, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Lankenau Hospital Wynnewood, PA Colin M. Bucks, M.D. Emergency Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Yury Bykov, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Boston University Boston, MA Lih-Fan Chang, M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Albert Einstein College of Medi-cine Montefiore Medical Center 8ronx, NY Vineet K. Chib, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Jeffrey P. Chisdak, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center Chicago. IL Tasha J. Christo, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Chan Y. Chung, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA William L. Chung, M.D., D.D.S. Residency deferred THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2003 Shawn M. Conrad, M.D. Emergency Medicine Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Aaron D. Crookshank, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Thomas M. Cruz, M.D. Emergency Medicine Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk, VA Aaron B. Cullen, M.D., Ph.D. Orthopaedic Surgery University of California Davis Medical Center Sacramento, CA Gregory V. D’Eramo, M.D. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Meenal G. Dandekar, M.D. Family Practice Riverside Regional Medical Center Newport News, VA Akili H. DeBrady, M.D. Family Practice Chestnut Hill Hospital Philadelphia, PA Benjamin A. Delano, M.D. Preliminary Surgery University of Texas at Houston Houston, TX Matthew J. Delano, M.D. Surgery University of Florida Shands Hospital Gainesville, FL Chad A. DeRosa, M.D. Preliminary Urology Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC Saumil S. Doshi, M.D. Internal Medicine New York University School of Medicine New York, NY Temple University School of Medicine 353Taryn P. Draxler, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Matthew R. Eager, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Geisinger Medical Center Danville, PA Robert E. Elkareh, M.D. Internal Medicine Brown University Providence, Rl Jason T. Evans, M.D. Residency deferred Pauline E. Farnsworth, M.D. Emergency Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA John G. Fernandez, M.D. Surgery St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center New York, NY Michael J. Fiorito, M.D. Emergency Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Lester N. Fogelsanger, M.D. Psychiatry Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Hillary N. Freeman, M.D. Internal Medicine Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) University College of Medicine Philadelphia, PA Jason S. Fritz, M.D. Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Gregory J. Fulchiero, M.D. Dermatology Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA Jasmine R. Gaddy, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas, TX Anna M. Gallagher, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Christina L. Gallop, M.D Internal Medicine University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals Salt Lake City, UT Jeffrey S. Gerber, M.D., Ph.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Noam C. Gilboa, M.D. Emergency Medicine University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Carlos D. Giraldo, M.D. Internal Medicine Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Sarah R. Goodyear, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Joseph L. Grisafi, M.D. Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Andrew M. Gross, M.D. Transitional Crozer-Chester Medical Center Upland. PA Year Two Anesthesiology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD Mindy L. Grunzke, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Memorial Hospital Chicago, IL Naveed A. Gul, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Year Two Neurology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA 354 2003 SkullCaroline J. Gundel-Brehm, M.D. Internal Medicine Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA Smita R. Gupta, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Stephen M. Hagberg, M.D. Family Practice US Air Force Regional Hospital EglinAFB, FL Jennifer H. Harris, M.D. Emergency Medicine Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) University College of Medicine Philadelphia, PA Kennon Harris, M.D. Pediatrics Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD Jordan I. Heffez, M.D. Preliminary Medicine St. LukeVRoosevelt Hospital Center New York, NY Year Two Ophthalmology Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, LA Joshua E. Heller, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Year Two Neurosurgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Curtis L. Hershey, M.D. Family Practice Lancaster Genera! Hospital Lancaster, PA Heather Herson, M.D. Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Susan J. Hong, M.D. Psychiatry University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA Marc D. Hopkins, M.D. Internal Medicine Keesler Medical Center Keesler AFB, MS Rebecca B. Horn, M.D. Surgery University Hospitals of Cieve-land Case Western University Cleveland, OH Ashley P. Hyder, M.D. Family Practice Montgomery Hospital Norristown, PA Brian T. Jankowitz, M.D. Preliminary Surgery University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Year Two Neurosurgery University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Michael J. Jaworski, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Anahid Kabasakalian, M.D Preliminary Medicine Lankenau Hospital Wynne wood, PA Year Two Neurology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Catherine B. Kargher, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Winthrop-University Hospital Mineola, NY Michitaka Kawata, M.D. Surgery UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Rashmi V. Khadiikar, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Nadia Khan, M.D. Preliminary Medicine-Primary Care Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT Temple University School of Medicine 355Cyrus Khorrami, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Washington Hospital Center Washington, DC Year Two Radiology UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Christopher Khorsandi, M.D. Surgery Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, PA Chad Kliger, M.D. Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia Campus New York, NY Douglas J. Kovatch, M.D. Psychiatry University of North Carolina Hospitals Chapel Hill. NC Joshua LaBrin, M.D. Medicine-Pediatrics University Health Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Matthew Lederman, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver, CO Christopher Lee, M.D. Family Practice Williamsport Hospital Williamsport, PA Joshua P. Leitner, M.D. Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia Campus New York, NY Joshua M. Levin, M.D. Transitional Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA Year Two Dermatology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Kimberly J. Ligon, M.D. Pediatrics SUNY Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY Connie S. Liu, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Albert Einstein College of Medi-cine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Raymond J. Logue, M.D. Internal Medicine UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Christian S. Lopez, M.D. Internal Medicine Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center Chicago, IL John P. Mackrell, M.D. Transitional Crozer-Chester Medical Center Upland. PA Year Two Radiology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Wakengo Mahaniah, M.D. Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Shail Maingi, M.D. Transitional Frankford Hospital Philadelphia, PA Anita K. Malhotra, M.D. Preliminary Surgery University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital Rochester, NY Year Two Otolaryngology University of Rochester Rochester, NY Christine A. Malloy, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Anna Manilov, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Abington Hospital Abington, PA Year Two Dermatology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA 356 2003 SkullHeidi E. Martinson, M.D. Pediatrics University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Aarti C. Maskeri, M.D. Internal Medicine Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles, CA Matthew R. Matiasek, M.D. Residency deferred Kristofer S. Matullo, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA William C. McBride, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Year Two Neurology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA John W. McCahan, M.D. Internal Medicine Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA Damon M. McClain, M.D. Internal Medicine National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD Amanda L. Medford, M.D. Surgery New York University School of Medicine New York, NY Saurin M. Mehta, M.D. Internal Medicine Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Karen L. Melendez, M.D. Psychiatry Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Jason A. Melnick, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) University College of Medicine Philadelphia. PA Year Two Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Brooklyn, NY Keith H. Messner, M.D. Emergency Medicine York Hospital York, PA Nicole E. Minniefield, M.D. Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Anupam K. Mohanty, M.D. Surgery St. Luke's Hospital Bethlehem, PA Geoffrey D. Moorer, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Jason C. Morgan, M.D. Emergency Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Lambda P. Msezane, M.D. Preliminary Surgery University of Chicago Hospitals Chicago, IL Year Two Urology University of Chicago Hospitals Chicago, IL Alan Y. Mui, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Anil Nabha, M.D. Internal Medicine Brown University Providence. Rl Jovanni R. Neblett, M.D. Obstetrics-Gynecology Medical Center of Central Georgia Macon, GA te. Temple University School of Medicine 357Christopher V. Nguyen, M.D. Pathology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA John D. Nguyen, M.D. Transitional St. Luke's Hospital Bethlehem, PA Year Two Radiology Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA Son X. Nguyen, M.D. Surgery Christiana Care Health System Wilmington, DE Farzad Nowrouzzadeh, M.D. Internal Medicine National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD Brendan O'Connell, M.D. Surgery Abmgton Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Pikai Oh, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Year Two Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Ene Ojile, M.D. Residency deferred Mona Ornelas. M.D. Family Practice Eastern Virginia Medical School Portsmouth. VA Jason Palermo, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. PA Joseph R. Paprota, M.D. Internal Medicine Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA Kristyn K. Phelps, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Todd M. Pollack, M.D. Internal Medicine Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, MA Alyx B. Porter, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, MN Year Two Neurology Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Tarik F. Qasim, M.D. Internal Medicine Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, LA Matthew R. Quallick, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver, CO Nathan M. Raddiffe, M.D. Transitional University of Hawaii Honolulu, HI Year Two Ophthalmology New York University Medical Center New York, NY Shamila Rahim, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA Stefan T. Rau, M.D. Preliminary Surgery Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Anish K. Ravindra, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Zaki A. Refaat, M.D. Internal Medicine Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA Brian K. Reiter, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery Albert Einstein College of Medi-cine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY 358 2003 SkullDavid M. Renfrow, M.D. Psychiatry University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Steven E. Repka, M.D. Transitional Western Pennsylvania Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Year Two Radiology Western Pennsylvania Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Geoffrey A. Rezvani, M.D. Pediatrics St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia, PA Thomas B. Rice, M.D. Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Waldemar Luis Riefkohl, M.D. Otolaryngology Geisinger Medical Center Danville, PA Ana M. Rodriguez, M.D. Psychiatry Albert Einstein College of Medi-cine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Karena M. Rosa, M.D. Emergency Medicine UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Camden, NJ Andrew B. Rosenzweig, M.D. Internal Medicine Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA Rebecca Rosenzweig-Ohayon, M.D. Pediatrics Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, FL David K. Rosing, M.D. Surgery Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Torrance, CA Kerry M. Ross, M.D. Surgery Christiana Care Health System Wilmington, DE Jay E. Rothkopf, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, PA Year Two Anesthesiology Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Jonathon T. Rutkauskas, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Staten Island University Hospital Staten Island, NY Year Two Anesthesiology Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital New York, NY Anuraag Sahai, M.D. Surgery Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) University College of Medicine Philadelphia, PA Maria A. Santoro, M.D. Internal Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medi-cineJMontefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Santosh L. Saraf, M.D. Internal Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine Chicago, II Ulin A. Sargeant M.D. Internal Medicine-Primary Care Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT Alyssa A. Schaffer, M.D. Residency deferred Steffan W. Schulz. M.D. Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA Melvin D. Schursky, M.D. Surgery Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ Tiffany P. Segre, M.D. Family Practice Maine Medical Center Portland. ME Temple University School of Medicine 359Jedd A. Seigerman, M.D. Lance L. Stein, M.D. Parish S. Vaidya, M.D. Eric M. Wiser, M.D. Internal Medicine Internal Medicine Transitional Family Practice San Antonio Uniformed Services Emory University School of Frankford Hospital St. Vincent Health Center Health Education Consortium Medicine Philadelphia, PA Erie, PA Brooke Army Medical Center Atlanta, GA Year Two Fort Sam Houston, TX Physical Medicine and Andrew G. Wittenberg, M.D. Erik P. Sulman, M.D., Ph.D. Rehabilitation Transitional Sharon M. Seltzer, M.D. Transitional University of Texas Medical Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Pediatrics Albert Einstein Medical Center School Torrance, CA University Hospitals of Cleveland Philadelphia, PA Houston, TX Year Two Rainbow Babies and Children’s Year Two Emergency Medicine Hospital Radiation Oncology Marissa S. Vasquez, M.D. University of Southern California Cleveland, OH University of Texas, M D. Anderson Cancer Center Family Practice White Memorial Medical Center Los Angeles, CA Aimee Seningen, M.D. Pediatrics Houston, TX Los Angeles, CA Karen D. Wright, M.D. Pediatrics University Hospitals of Cleveland Brett A. Sweitzer, M.D. Imelda L. Vital, M.D. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Rainbow Babies and Children's Orthopaedic Surgery Obstetrics-Gynecology Center Hospital Emory University School of Metropolitan Hospital Center Lebanon, NH Cleveland, OH Medicine Atlanta, GA New York, NY Faahud A. Yafai, M.D. Richard C. Shoemaker, M.D. Craig R. Vroman, M.D. Internal Medicine Emergency Medicine Isaac H. Tawfik, M.D. Transitional Temple University Hospital Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) Uni- Internal Medicine Kaiser Permanente Philadelphia, PA versity College of Medicine UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Santa Clara, CA Philadelphia, PA Piscataway, NJ Year Two Ophthalmology Peter K. Yi, M.D. Preliminary Medicine Jason J. Sico, M.D. Opal 1. Taylor, M.D. Temple University Hospital Lankenau Hospital Preliminary Medicine-Primary Care Transitional Philadelphia, PA Wynnewood, Pa Vale-New Haven Hospital Alameda County Medical Center Year Two New Haven, CT Oakland, CA Stephen C. Wei, M.D. Anesthesiology Year Two Transitional Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Neurology Joseph J. Tiano, M.D. Crozer-Chester Medical Center Center Yale-New Haven Hospital Internal Medicine Upland, PA Boston, MA New Haven, CT New York Presbyterian Hospital Year Two Cornell Campus Radiology Lawrence H. Yoo, M.D. Shannon J. Smith, M.D. New York, NY Indiana University School of Internal Medicine Transitional Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medi- Methodist Hospital Ann G. Till, M.D. Indianapolis, IN cine Montefiore Medical Center Memphis, TN Internal Medicine-Primary Care Bronx, NY Year Two Hospital of the University of Blair C. Weikert. M.D. Physical Medicine and Pennsylvania Internal Medicine Erica H. Yoon, M.D. Rehabilitation Philadelphia, PA University of Virginia Medical Internal Medicine Emory University School of Center Tulane University School of Medicine Bria M. Tinsley, M.D. Charlottesville, VA Medicine Atlanta, GA Internal Medicine-Primary Care Scranton-Temple Residency Justin N. Wilson, M.D. New Orleans, LA David L. Smoger, M.D. Program Transitional Preliminary Medicine Lankenau Hospital Scranton, PA Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA Wynnewood, PA Henry C. Tsay, M.D. Year Two Year Two Internal Medicine-Primary Care Radiology Radiology University Health Center of Drexel (MCP Hahnemann) Uni- Temple University Hospital Pittsburgh versity College of Medicine Philadelphia, PA David A. Staneck, M.D. Surgery Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA Pittsburgh, PA Philadelphia, PA Edward A. Wingfield, M.D. Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital Cornell Campus New York, NY 360 2003 Skull¥W' Temple University School of Medicine PATRONS 362 • 2003 Skullsupport family friends Temple University School of Medicine 363 Mill ” III! • llll ■■ mi n ■ ■■ ■ ■■ ■ I I I q “I’ll never give up. Never give in. Never let a ray of doubt slip in, And if I fall, I' II never fail. I’ll just get up and try again!’ EDWARD A. WINGFIELD, M.D. You are an inspiration, a trooper, and our hero! You're the world’s greatest! Love,Alita, Isaiah, and Imani (I thought I told you that we won’t stop!) M oafyr'cxrm£; 364BECCA TAKE A BOW CONGRATULATIONS TO: THE FIRST DOCTOR IN THE FAMILY WE ALWAYS KNEW YOU WOULD REACH GREAT HEIGHTS! EACH OF US IS SO VERY PROUD OF YOU WE LOVE AND CHERISH YOU MOM, DAD, JULI, C ARRIE, GRANDMA AND OMA 365Congratulations to the Class of2003 from Dean John Daly and his staff Front Row (L to R): Ann Untalan. Acting Director. Office of Finance and Systems; Albert Lamperti, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs; Richard Kozera, M.D., Senior Associate Dean for Education; John M. Daly, M.D., Dean; Sally Rosen. M.D., Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Stephen Pernmt, M.D., Assistant Dean for Academic Affiliations; Audrey Uknis, M.D., Associate Dean for Admissions. Back Row (I. to R): Raul de la Cadena, M.D., Assistant Dean and Director. RAR; Giselle Zayon. Director of Alumni Office; Gregory Zimmaro, Director of Administrative Services; Mark Allen Taylor. Director, HSC Library; Thomas R. Fre-itag. Associate Dean for Business Affairs; William Ilirschhorn. Director for Clinical Trials: A. Koneti Rao, M.I).. Associate Dean for M.D. Ph.D. Programs; Virginia Morris. Administrator. Planning and Facilities Management; Robert Smed-ley, Ed.D.. Associate Dean.Continuing Medical Education. Not photographed: Gerald Sterling, Ph.I).. Associate Dean for Medical Education; taurie Paavola, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Studies; William Schulze, Associate Dean for Affiliate and Liaison Activities; John Walker. Assistant Vice President for Development; M. Judith Russo. Administrative Director. 366SARAH R. GOODYEAR, M.D. Nolo is the time for you to celebrate... the accomplishment of dreams you have worked so hard to realize. You haue shown so many people how special you are. God blessed you with unique talents and abilities and you haue used those gifts well! You've taken nothing forgranted;ratherf you have worked hard to prepare fora challenging future. I As you celebrate this milestone in your life and look toward a new horizon, never forget what has brought you this far. Remember the love of your family and friends. Remember your own sacrifice and hard work. And remember that God has a special plan for your life Search within, and you'll find a reason to believe. Envision it, and your success is in the making. Follow your ambitions, and your accomplishments wilt abound. Congratulations and Love from Mom. Dad. and your Family Dr. Loius Q. Vitaly M.D. and the NY Ave. Medical Qroup Congratulates the Class of 2003 and Imelda L. Vital, M.D. Welcome to the profession! Mark Hopkins, M.D. You are proof that goal-oriented perseverance and outstanding study habits result in accomplished success. We are so proud of you! With all our love. Mom. Dad. Max, and Family E eet Wishee to the C aee of2003 From the Faculty and Staff of the Department of Pharmacology 367C ongr atulations Anuraag Sahai, M.D. We are so proud of your hard work and accomplishments With all of our Love, Mummy Pa Pa Di Di Manish Hillary N. Freeman, M.D. I am so proud of you! The Department of Psychiatry extends Love Forever, Bubble Alice Sharon Melissa Seltzer, MD its very best wishes We are thrilled and proud of your accomplishments Mom, Dad, Michelle, Rustin. and Michael JayCONGRATULATIONS ASHLEY PAGANA HYDER, M.D. WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU AND LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU: Trust your Creator Share your Faith Express your Gratitude Respect Yourself , - r Cherish your Friends Exercise your Body Develop your Talents Expand your Horizons Increase you r Enthusiasm S e rve yo u r C o m m unit y WE LOVE YOU, MOM AND DAD 369Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 2003 The Education Center at the Crozer-Chester Medical Center James E. Clark, M.D. Director of Medical Education One Medical Center Blvd. Upland, PA 19013 (610) 874-6660 370Best Wishes to I he Class of 2003 Love and best wishes to Ansuya Ashwin Chatwani We know you're proud of all you've achieved, but we’ve had pride in you all your life. CONGRATULATIONS Dr. KristoferS. Matullo Love, Mom Dad Noam Gilboa, MD Linda, Arthur, and Carrie MeMe Poppi Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 2003 Temple University School of Medicine The Department of Family Community Medicine David M. Barclay III, MD, MPh Paul E. Lyons, MD Inyanga L. Mack, MD Stephen R. Permut, MD, JD Dory Bearden, RN Madiha Brooks Carolyn V. Cuffeld Rashada Dawson Nadiyah Hamilton 371CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2003 WE ARE PROUD TO BE PART OF YOUR EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE. STRP was started in 1977 with the goal of bringing the University to the Community. The 1000 students and the Visiting Professors that have come to the Scranton-Temple Residency Program have brought the University to the Community. As the founder of the Primary Care Institute at Temple, Dr. Robert E. Wright has brought the Community to the University. Drs. John F. McGeehan, Randall G. Brundage, Vincent J. Vanston, Shubhra Shetty, and other primary care Faculty at STRP continue this tradition. STRP remains committed to eliminate the barriers between the University, where discoveries take place, and the Communities, that imDlement the developments derived from these discoveries. Scramon-Tcmplc Residency Program 746 Jefferson Avenue Scranton. PA 18510 Phone: (570) 343-2383 WebPage: http: www.strpweb.org E-Mail: STRPCSmhs-ncpa.com tcaiinvjf kxiflUutf in Vriram Carr Studio 215.673.5777 Fax 215.673.5781 Congratulations dl [zi.in Studios. 1Jnc. Christine A. Malloy, M.D.“03” OF PHOTOGRAPHY Richard Merin 2981 Grant Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114 Mom, Dad, Mike, Matt 372Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 2003 Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Services “Life is not a destination, but a journey.” Congratulations William C. McBride, M.D. We are so very proud of you! And not just because you've earned those two letters after your name, but because of the person you are. Thank you for being an excellent example to our son and a wonderful husband to me! C Michael 373CONGRATULATIONS STEVEN E. REPKA, M.D. We are so proud of you! -You are our star- Love, Mom, Dad, Grandma, Aunt Karen, Aunt Donna, Uncle Tom and Aunt Diane and Jamie, John, Uncle Mike and Aunt Marge, Bobby and Monica and Godchild Mallie, And Daphney Best Of Luck... Congratulations! Ana M. Rodriquez, M.D. We are very proud of you! Mami, Papi, Oscar, Jose, Oscar Javier. Annelise, y Abuela Poven. Congratulations Temple University School of Medicine Class of 2003 From the Faculty and Staff of HOSPITAL AND HEALTH NETWORK 374The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Tiv.i’u University Schcxm. oh Meoictm 375Matthew A. Lederman, MD Congratulations and Best of Luck We love you and are very proud of what you have accomplished. Mom, Dad, Bonnie, Dave, Grammy, Eileen, Ellen, David, Joshua, Rachel, Sarah CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF2003 a i Doctox of Medicine Best wishes in your future endeavors from Temple University Children’s Medical Center, Section of Pediatric Anesthesia Elizabeth Drum, MD Bruce Levine, MD Katherine Szabo, MD 376Bringing you into this world was the most exciting thing that ever happened to me. Watching you grow from a boy into a man has been a pleasure and a joy. But the most exciting thing is to see your dreams come true and to be here with you. It is my proudest and greatest pleasure to present the world my son — Andrew M. Gross, M.D. With Love, Your Mother With Respect and Love, Bob and Jake Noam Gilboa, MD To the newest (and brightest) Dr. Gilboa: Mazal Tov! We are so proud of you! Love, Aba, Ima, Deborah, Ari, Keren, Amit, Bernice, Allen, Dad, Linda, Carrie, Saba, Safta, Shlomi, Leora, Alon, Yael, Elad, Rina, Yitzchak, Sagi, Kobi, Tal, Udi, Hadas, Bob, Mary, Andrew, Juliana, David, Jon, Rachele, Dan, Mary and Krysten. 377 r, k i ontsomery Famil Practice Residency f A k Program 4 pcngr tulations racfuates! School of Medicine! . The Faculty and Residents of MFPRP have enjoyed teaching many of you over time. Best Wishes for your Residency! Norristown, PA (610) 277-0964 www.MFPResidency.info Hazel M. Bluestein, M.D., Director 'N . f: 1 : The Reading Hospital and Medical Center • Personally Focused. Experience Driven. www.readinghospital.org Michael Joseph Jaworski, M.D. Remember when you were little and wanted to be a doctor? Well... YOU ARE! If you can dream it, you can be it!” -Walt Disney Congratulations, Doctor! We are all so proud of you! All our love, Mom and Dad, Num, Jeffrey Joe, Joanne, Becky, Maggie, and your buddy, Champ 378Geoffrey Congratulations on your many achievements. May your future bring fulfillment of all your dreams. We love you. Dr. Rezvani Mom, Dad, and Andrew 379 Raymond I. Logue, M.D. Congratulations Hillary N. Freeman, M.D. We are very proud of you! Best of Luck... May God Bless You! We are very 3roud of Mom and Dad you 3ria Tinsley, M.D. All our love, Congratulations Mom, Dac 1, Lee, and 3est Wishes on your achievement! Brett, Mincly, Brooke, 1 am proud of you. and Lindsey Love Always, Johnny From infancy to adulthood your wide eyes took in all there was to see. And much there was in the world that grabbed your interest and that you learned so eagerly. Fun times w-ere never far behind as you sampled hobbies of every sort; From yo-yo’s. Transformers, calligraphy, and juggling to golf, as for you. the ultimate sport. But studies were important too as Fast Math and AP Chem marked the school years. College came and the courses mounted and soon the question of life loomed near; What to do in life, so the query goes and you pondered your goals and aims. For soon you decided medical school was the path that you were to take. You were intrigued with anatomy and pediatrics just to name two. Soon you immersed yourself in the study of medicine and the four years practically flew - Now here you are poised to graduate and prouder we could not be; Ophthalmology holds your future now and those wide eyes have much more to see! Congratulations, Jeffrey Robert Boyd, M.D. Love, Mom Dad, Nana, Melissa. Ted. and Dylan 380Simon Alexander Ahtaridis, M.D. Congratulations on your numerous achievements We are very proud of your dedication and accomplishments We wish you continued health, happiness, and success in all your future endeavors Love, Mom, Dad, Eleftheria, Daphne, Evie, Dimitri, and nephew Panos Thomas B. Rice, M.D. Congratulations, Dr. Tom! By the way, I have this pain in my back... StLukes HOSPITAL Health Network Mom, Dad, Joe, and the rest of the family C n crf:ulatL } GrcuLouttefr tlcidi Elizabeth Martinson, M.D. RISK MORE than others think is safe. CARE MORE than others think is wise. DREAM MORE than others think is practical. EXPECT MORE than others think is possible. - Unknown We are proud of you and love you very much. Dad (Temple Med 79). Mom, Mark, and Hanna Nationally recognized for excellence If you find it in your heart to care for someone else, you will have succeeded. - Maya Angelou 381Jasmine Reanna Gaddy, M.D. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA Navajo Beauty Way Prayer May the White Shell Mountain from the East. Clothe you with Honor and Respect As you wear the Crown of a Navajo physician May there be Beauty before you May the Turquoise Mountain from the South. Bless you with Faith, Hope, and Guidance As you travel the Sacred Path of Medicine May there be Beauty behind you May the Abalone Mountain from the West. Plant Courage and Wisdom in your Heart As you walk in the Moccasins of Strength May there be Beauty beneath you May the Black Jet Mountain from the North. Armor you with Compassion. Joy. and Peace As you Dwell in Harmony with the Universe May there be Beauty above you May Beauty Surround you Hozhd H6zh6 H6zh6 H6zh6 ndh£sdliT It has become n£hasdliT It has become ndhdsdlff it has become n£hasdlii' It has become beauty again beauty again beauty again beauty again Oongratulat 'o zs Mom Shundiin Jay sen. Felicity. Phrankkie. Angelo Eija Auntie Marjorie £ Unde Jim Melissa. Eric Max Nicholas Tammy Danny 382“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. ” Philippians 4:13 Congratulations with God’s continued blessings Kimberly lohna ligon, M.D. We are very proud of you! All our love, Mom, Dad, Chip, Grandaddy Willie Beal and Grandmama Elma Beal Congratulations Congratulations and ‘Best Wishes to the and Best Wishes Class of2003 Kimberly Johna Ligon, M.D. iDepartment of We love you Microbiology and ImmunoCogy Uncle Edward, Aunt Ann, Dustin, and Asheley" I can do all things through Christ David Renfrow, M.D. We are very proud of you! which strengtheneth me." Best of luck in the future! Philippians 4:13 Mom, Joe, Marlene, Brenda, Shawn, and Ken 383lason S. Fritz, M.D. Dov “Dubie” A. Bader, M.D. Mazel Tov! Best of Luck... We are very proud of you! We are so very proud of you! Mom. Dad, Nana. Pappy Mom, Dad, Shawn, Sharon, Jaedon. Jack, Kim, Alex, Eric, Peninah, Perry Congratulations Congratulations arid Bast Wishes! Taryn P. Draxler, M.D. Rachel Catharine Borek, M.D. and We always knew you could do it! Brian Thomas Jankowitz, M.D. All our love, Rob and Brittany With great pride and all our love, Mom, Dad, Amy, Adam, and Grammy Rebecca Rosenzweig, M.D. Best of Luck... We are very proud of you All our love, Mom, Dad, Aaron, Jonathan, Kevin, Esther, Gabriel, Family, and Friends 384BEST WISHES IN YOUR FUTURE PRACTICE THE FACULTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION John J. Nicholas. M.D., Chairperson Andrea E. Brown, M.D. Stephen K. Caspar. M.D. Ian B. Maitin. M.D. Michael M. Melnik, D.O. Robert A. Ruchinskas. Psy.D. John T. Troup. Ph.D. rolcheLe sasan BRoain, m.r . conGKaCaLaClons sbeLLy roe a Re obh;y pRoun 04: ,yoa! morn, 000, arm anmea Carrie Gundel-Brehm, M.D. We are so very proud of you! With love and congratulations, Mom, Dad, and Steve Congratulations Anil We are very proud of you Best wishes to you and Kate Mom, Dad, and Anita 385THE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL Family Practice Residency • Pleasant urban environment • State-of-the art facility • Pediatrics Obstetrics on campus • Clerkships available Congra tu la tions Good Luck to the Graduating Class of2003! For program information: Nancy Levine, MD, Program Director 4800 Friendship Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 (412) 578-1649 www .wpahs.org residencies email: famprac@wpahs.org m 31 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CLINICAL CAMPUS 386Taryn P. Draxler, M.D, It's never to late to accomplish your dream. We are so proud of you. Love you, Mom, Dad, Rob, Brittany, Jeff, Nick, and Katie Melvin D. Schursky Jr., M.D. Joshua Marc Levin, M.D. Chef. Photographer. Computer Wiz, Wonderful Son Brother. Fine Character. Highly Competent Leader We are so proud of you! Mel, you're the ultimate example of what someone, willing to work hard, can achieve! All our love, Mom, Dad, Jenna, Gabby, and Lani We are so proud to call you "Dr. Melvin D. Schursky Jr." We Love you! Mom. Dad. Helen, Sam. Frank Jack CONGRATULATIONS CHARLENE A. BROWNE, M.D. "lean do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13 We are so proud of you. Your determination is an inspiration to us all. Love always, Mommy, Granny and (Jncle Herman, Ted and Mariko, Denise, Angela and James, Bridget and Dalmar, Thomas, and the rest of the family Congratulations Auntie Shine! Your nieces and nephews, Brian, Brianna, Elijah, Shiloh, Dalmar Jr. and Emani 387If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, And endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. — Henrv David Thoreau Rebecca B Horn, M.D. Congratulations! You have followed your dreams and your heart, and have been met with tremendous success. Continue on this path, and you will never be led astray. With all my love and admiration, Drew - What liee behind ue and What liee before ue are -ENTER FOR Substance yf Research Small mattere compared to What liee within ue. -Ralph Waldo Emereon Congratulations Graduates: Congratulations 3ecca "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity" Horace Mann You have shown the strength of character that lies within you. Feel proud, Dr. Horn! — - —-— — - With love, Carol and Pave Beaver 388To the Class of 2003 Bottoms Up! Love, The Fabulous Butt Boys Philip F. Caushaj, M.D. Thomas Read, M.D. 389Congratulations to Doctor Karena! We love you and wish you great success! Love, Mom, Dad, Tara, Jackie, Fuz and Duck CONGRATULATIONS! STEVEN M. HAGBERG, M.D. WE ARE ALL VERY PROUD OF YOU! Rebekah, Kent, and Luke Mom, Dad, Tim, and Gram Pam, Tim, Emily, Laura, and Hannah ”IN ALL YOUR WAYS ACKNOWLEDGE HIM AND HE SHALL DIRECT YOUR PATHS.” Proverbs 3:6 390Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 2003 from the Temple University School of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Directors OFFICERS Stephen R. Permut ’72, President Louis X. Santorc ’80. Vice President Paul R. Hermany ’82. Secretary-Treasurer Richard P. Albertson ’63, Immediate Past President John M. Daly ’73. Dean ALUMNI DIRECTORS E. Howard Bedrossian ‘45 Mark P. Brigham ’83 Richard A. Close ’72 Thomas J. Coyle, Jr. ’83 Albert J. Finestone '45 Anthony R. Giorgio ’73 Joseph B. Lenncrt ’73 Fraser Lewis ’60 Michael B. Love ’70 James B. McClurken ’76 Darilyn V. Moyer ’85 Sidney C. Rabin ’51 Edward J. Resnick ’51 Ronald N. Rubin ’72 Gene Z. Salkind ’79 Carson D. Schneck ’59 Donald H. Souilliard '54 Lillian H. Stem ’67 Audrey B. Uknis ’87 Paul L. Wcidncr ’82 FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES Kenneth R. Cundy, Ph.D. Richard S. Eisenstaedt. M.D. COUNCIL of PAST PRESIDENTS Anthony J. Comerota ’74 Kenneth H. Gordon ’48 Frederick P. SutlifF 46 Charles D. Tourtcllotte ’57 EMERITUS DIRECTORS William R. Beckwith ’64 William A. Buchheit ’60 William H. Coleman ’45 Dominic S. DcLaurcntis ’53 Wm. H. Duncan ’59 John H. Hall ’41 Eric K. Holm ’69 Trudeau M. Horrax ’46 A. Richard Kendall ’56 Edwin Lauterbach 46 Leon S. Malmud Walter E. Margie Jr. ’51 Cun D. Miller ’79 Gladys M. Miller 51 W. Gale Reish ’68 E. Ronald Salvitti '63 Nathan Schnall ’47 Charles R. Shuman ’43 Howard F. Warner ’53 Leslie L. Whitney ’44 STAFF Irv H. Hurwitz, J.D. ’84 Assistant Dean, Development and Alumni Affairs John R. Walker Assistant Vice President. Development Giselle H. Zavon Director. Alumni Affairs Barbara G. Rubin Director. Annual Fund 391 Jannine Z. Mcdrana Administrator. Alumni AffairsCongratulations! Matthew J. Delano, M.D. Benjamin A. Delano, M.D. Love YOU, Mom and Dad Grandma and Grandpap Peresie Grandma (and Puppa) Delano Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins!! Congratulations Rashmi Khadilkar, M.D. Love, Mom, Dad, Pranali and Ajji 0 © ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Congratulations Stephanie grower on a job weft donef ( ye fove you.1 392 if if f Congratulations to the Class of 2003 from Temple University School of Medicine 2002-2003 Student Council Officers: President: Doug Kovatch '03 Vice President: Henry Tsay'03 Secretary: Rachel Morris '02 Treasurer: Amanda Medford '03 393Dear Heather, From infant to toddler to young physician.... We’ve enjoyed the journey. Congratulations on your accomplishment. Love, Mom Dad To someone who has always known what he wanted to do when he gnew up.... Andrzecv Gross, M.D. has been a paioilegeto watch in so many ways. We ane oeny paoud of you. I our love and best wishes fon the futune, Dad, Missy, Jon, Tana and EllaBest Wishes to the Class of2003 Congratulations and Good Luck in the future! From the Class of2004 Alyx Datchan Forter Congratulatione to the daughter I never had. SUMMIT PARK Luxury Apartments Clubhouse FAMOUS FOR OUR SPECTACULAR SOCIAL LIFE! 8201 Henry Avenue • Philadelphia. PA 19128 (215)482-0788 • Fax (2I5)4S2-3145 Love, Marion CONGRATULATIONS! JENNIFER HOPE HARRIS, M.D. You were always destined for greatness, but the path you chose to achieve it was yours alone. Words cannot express how proud I am of you or how much I love you... Mom DR.JENN! WE ARE ALL SO PROUD OF YOU! Love Greg your “Whiskey Family” 395The Department of Anatomy Cell Biology “Excellence in Research, Education, and Service. ” Congratulates the Medical School Class of 2003 As its members begin the next phase of their medical careers CONGRATULATIONS DAVID G. ALONSO, M.D. Dear Son: You have truly followed the Lord’s will as spoken to us in 2nd Timothy 2:15. “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to he ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. ” Always remember, you are our gift from the Lord and our blessing, pride, and especially our treasure here on earth. May His blessings your family always. be with you and 396 With love from Mom, Dad, and Michael.Always a winner... Congratulations Greg We are so very proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Jordan, Samantha. Todd. Jessica, and Madi Chad Alan IK 11 gar ' fiyfrsy. Sflafafh ($Man, (Y nofc ’ J% n 0aru y. S euA. tyfie oTtfeuu , % n (? n dr 3 tU 't W s. Si rA, ■ jfinl .Qju fu , l3j? Sf nt, t ? ns r O rvr. 19 n fo z . Jtfn ner, 397Alyx Batchan Porter I feel very honored and proud that you are my daughter. Congratulations Dr. Alyx from the bottom of my heart. I love you Mom Thomas M. Cruz, M.D. To go so far. despite being given so little, we know the hardships you've endured. Knowledge makes a good doctor, while determination to succeed against the odds makes a great doctor! All our love, Mom, Pa, May, Bob, Robert, Kala, Laura, Jesse, Stephanie, Scott, Austin. Reid, Sawyer, and Jodi WE ARE PROUD OF YOU! Good luck! 398Carlos, We all feel very happy for you because your dream is coining true. We are so proud of you and your achievements! Congratulations Carlos D. Giraldo, M.D. Mom, Dad, and Diana The faculty of the Department of Medicine congratulate the Class of 2003. We wish you much success in your profession and happiness in your life. 399Four Temple grads tell why they chose Abington Memorial Hospital. When choosing a Family Medicine Residency Program. I knew I wanted to be at a hospital that is strong in academia and that provided the teaching 1 would need to be a good physician. In addition. I wanted to be at a community hospital, at a program that takes pride in canng for its residents. After doing several rotations at Abington. during medical school. I knew Abington would be able to provide me with an excellent education, a w'ide variety of patients and an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and to having a life while in residency. The residents in each of the programs arc truly happy and enjoy working with each other and with the attending physicians. I am proud to be a resi-dent at Abington Memorial Hospital and I am delighted in my choice of residency program. Meghan Ginty, M.D. Temple ‘01. Family Practice AMH Internal Medicine Residency was my top choice because it offered the best mix of academic and community medicine compared with the other programs I considered. There is a strong flavor of the university setting, with faculty dedicated to teaching and to growing the residency program. The private attending physicians bring their own varied expertise into patient care, which adds to the educational experience. The nurses and ancillary staff arc excellently trained and eager to work with house staff as a pan of the patient care team. When all of this added to the wide variety of patient cases, the sum is a great training program and a great place to work. Deborah Wav. M.D. Temple V8. Internal Medicine Choosing Abington Memorial Hospital was an easy decision. It integrates a strong Surgical Residency Program that produces competent and well-rounded graduates with a nurturing environment intent on maximizing clinical teaching. An emphasis on resident satisfaction makes AMH an ideal place to both leam and work. Denny Tang. M.D. Temple '01. General Surgery Choosing the General Dentistry residency program at Abington Memorial Hospital was an obvious and easy decision. It has allowed me to work closely with other medical professionals to give me a solid understanding of dental and maxillo-facial emergencies and treatment of medically complex patients, as well as a grasp of how systemic diseases can affect oral health. I recommend AMH Dental residency as an ideal program for all graduating seniors. Megan Zukoski. D.M.D. Temple ‘02. Dentistry Abington Memorial Hospital offers • la. vel II Trauma Center • 1 Hospital in Delaware Valley for number of births • High tech facilities — MRI, advanced operating suite and critical care units, 4 cardiac catheterization labs. Level III NICU, linear accelerators, nachofrequency ablation, electrophysiology lab • Newly renovated Dental Clinic • Tl’II Abington open heart surgical team • Opportunities to join thriving practices in Philadelphia's northern suburbs • Residency programs in: Family Practice General Surgery Internal Medicine Ohstetrics Gynecology Dentistry Dental Surgery • Fellowship: Geriatrics For more information about Abington Memorial Hospital's residency programs, ask your colleagues above or call (215)481-2603. 1 Abington Memorial Hospital 1200 Old York Road • Abington. I A 19001Our Historic House alutes the 2003 Graduates of Temple University (School of Medicine another Centennial Classl a rub ft Mb W1M1M t tbe ttaM'tfy ZOO'S lW( , 401 Dr. and Mrs Kenneth D. Cundytha nhs the fy ll wi rvy fe m le (a matwa fy v tbeAfi ty rve iwA C nt?lUriAtiwnA t the zoo 3 $kM'i ea 9 : ttjOaktfh fo. I. fileWYv, [ }[, 'g 7 J tvn iy. 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