UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine - Articulations Yearbook (Stratford, NJ)

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If you have a goal in life that takes a lot of energy that incurs a great deal of interest and that is a challenge to you, you will always look forward to waking up to see what the new day brings. If you find a person in your life that understands you completely that shares your ideas and that believes in everything you do, you will always look forward to the night because you will never be lonely. Susan Polis Schutz New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine SOM — Piscataway SOM — South Jersey NNEdy MemorUL HosphALs IvERsfry MedlcAL Center 1 HN F. Ml KENNEdV fVlEMORlAL HOSplTALS j iuuot wan F K,,T ° «_ M, School of Ojtmeolta IMam KENNEDY MEMORIAL HOSPITALS UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER CHERRY HILL DIVISION 1 5 6 L2 r JORGE ALBA, D.O. DEAN A. AMBROSE, D.O. GREGG A. BANNETT, D.O. Long Beach Island, N.J. 20 JOHN C. BECKER, D.O. I get by with a little help from my friends ROBERT H. BENNETT, D.O. JOHN BERMINGHAM, D.O. TERENCE P. BRADEN, D.O. 24 Some people don ' t have enough brains to become doctors; others have too much. M.A. Perlstein LOU ANN BRUNO, D.O JONATHAN D. CONDIT, D.O. JOSE ALBERTO de TRESPALACIOS, D.O. MARIANNE DIGIOVANNI, D.O. My Family, without their love and support I could never have made it. DENNIS C. DOHERTY, D.O Mom, Me and Dad . . . and with Karen and Amanda The Nelsons Polcer relishes sushi . . . To my classmates, I wish you all many years of happiness and prosperity. Look us up in Durham. To the faculty and administration, thanks for the education and guidance. Special thanks to Drs. Thompson, Middleton, Santucci, Sufian and Jacobson for helping me to realize a dream. To my parents, thanks for all the patience, love and support. Maureen, thanks for making medical school fun. And most of all thanks to Karen and Amanda for mak- ing it all worthwhile. To Duke in 1986 MAUREEN A. DOHERTY, D.O. MARTIN T. FORREST, D.O. EDNA M. GARCIA, D.O. MARC S. GOLDEN, D.O. When a patient is at death ' s door, it is the doctor ' s duty to pull him through Laurence J. Peter SHELLIE M. GRAHAM, D.O. BRUCE H. GREENE, D.O MARNI E. GROSSFELD, D.O. DONNA M. GUERRIERO, D.O Special thanks to my family and friends. Their love, support and en- couragement was my inspiration. AARON I. HARRISON, D.O. HOPE B. HELFELD, D.O. BRUCE E. JACOBS, D.O I shot a moose once. I was hunting in upstate New York, and I shot a moose and I strap him onto the fender of my car and I ' m driving home along the West Side Highway, but what I didn ' t realize was that the bullet did not penetrate the moose. It just creased his scalp, knocking him unconscious. And I ' m driving through the Holland Tunnel and the moose woke up. So I ' m driving with a live moose on my fender . . . and the moose is sig- nalling . . . and there ' s a law in New York State against driving with a conscious moose on your fender . . . Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays . . . and I ' m very panicky . . . then it hits me. Some friends of mine are having a costume party: I ' ll go. I ' ll take the moose, I ' ll ditch him at the party, it wouldn ' t be my responsibility. So I drive up to the party, I knock on the door, the moose is next to me. My host comes to the door. I say " Hello, you know the Solomons? " We enter. The moose mingles very well . . . scored . . . some guy was trying to sell him insurance for an hour and a half. 12 o ' clock comes. They give out prizes for the best costume of the night. First prize goes to the Berkowitzes, a married couple dressed as a moose. The moose comes in second. The moose is furious! He and the Berkowitzes lock antlers in the living room. They knock each other unconscious. Now, I figure, here ' s my chance, I grab the moose, strap him on my fender, shoot back to the woods . . . But! . . . I ' ve got the Berkowitzes!!! So I ' m driving along with two Jevish people on my fender . . . There ' s a law in New York State . . . Tuesdays, Thursdays and especially Saturdays . . . the following morning the Berkowitzes wake up in the woods in a moose suit. Mr. Berkowitz is shot, stuffed and mounted at the New York Athletic Club and the joke is on them cos IT ' S RESTRICTED!!! THE MORE I SEE YOU Hawkeye is reunited with a woman he thought was out of his life forever, but who never altogether leaves. Guest Cast: William Christopher, Blythe Danner, Mary Jo Catlett. Written by: Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds Directed by: Gene Reynolds JANINE JAMIESON, D.O. CLIFFORD W. JONES, D.O. H. MICHAEL JUNG, D.O. Beginning my studies, the first step pleased me so much. The mere fact, consciousness — these forms — the power of motion. The least insect or animal — the senses — eyesight — love; The first step, I say, awed me and pleased me so much, I have hardly gone, and hardly wished to go, any farther. But stop and loiter all the time, to sing it in ecstatic songs. Good Luck to all my classmates, with whom I have taken the first step. " Financial Aid Office " [ " Thank You " yjV J MARK E. LIPITZ, D.O. JOHN F. McCUE, D.O. SALVATORE J. MILAZZO, D.O. Sal — 5 — Vince — 2 — Gerrie — 7 BA Biology ' 74 HS Science Teacher ' 74- ' 81 MA Ed. Adm. Kean College ' 83 D O. UMDNJ-SOM ' 85 Family Practice Residency ' 85- ' 88 St. Joseph ' s MC Paterson, N.J. I dedicate this degree to my wife, Ger- rie. whose tour years of " hard labor " , moral support, and endless love have made this dream a reality. Love Me! Geraldine H. Walsh Milazzo: an ac- complished wife, companion, friend, mother, domestic engineer, banker, ac- countant, secretary, chauffer ... it nev- er ends. . . . with appreciation to those who made my success possible My Mom and Dad My brother Vincent My sister Nancy The late Mom and Dad Walsh Pat, Ray and the Androvich Family Paul Stein and Friends The Oath o f Maimonides Thy eternal providence has appointed me to watch over the life and health of Thy creatures May the love for my art actu- ate me at all times; may neither avarice nor miserliness, nor thirst for glory, or for a great reputation engage my mind; for the enemies of truth and philanthropy could easily deceive me and make me forgetful of my lofty aim of doing good to Thy children May I never see in the patient any- thing but a fellow creature in pain Grant me strength, time and opportunity always to correct what I have acquired, always to extend its domain; for knowledge is immense and the spirit of man can extend infinitely to enrich itself daily with new requirements Today he can discover his errors of yesterday and tomorrow he may obtain a new light on what he thinks himself sure of today O, God, Thou has appointed me to watch over the life and death of Thy creatures; here I am ready for my vocation, and now I turn onto my calling. i6 JOHN P. NOLAN, D.O. 47 TIMOTHY S. O DONNELL, D.O JO ANN PECCA, D.O. JEFFREY D. POLCER, D.O. ROBERT A. PROVENCHER, D.O. FRANK GARY RENSHAW, D.O NICHOLAS P. RICCULLI, D.O. LOUIS ROSEN, D.O. MARIANNE J. TOMPKINS, D.O. Over the past four years I ' ve been able to spend my vacation time visiting hospitals and clinics abroad. Some of the places I ' ve had the opportunity to visit include Russia, Spain, and Scandanavia. These trips have actually been study tours sponsored by the National Association of Nurse Anesthetists to which my mother belongs. Both my mother and I had the chance to observe a variety of foreign medical practices. Below are a few pictures taken on our tour. ■■■PETTI « »» » • linn Hoserm. univers MOO June 1982: Outside a local hospital with the Director of Nursing in Lenigrad, USSR June 1983: UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL of SEVILLE, SPAIN July 1984: One of the largest hospitals in Oslo, Norway KINDERGARTEN GRAD, come a long way, baby " ' You ' ve 55 RAYMOND L. WEIAND, D.O. JOEL R. YAFFA At early morn ' as petals glisten dew, The mossy edged full pond is sparkling cold. When deers with fawn do drink the day anew, And birds of white are flying patterns bold. Your softly colored skirt is calmly blown, Against fair thighs by warming bluish breeze. With hair caressed by airsof spirits flown, And eyes of blended sky that sing with trees. Your countenance of splendored glow appears, As fitting home for warming feelings true. By giving you to me the fawns draw near. To feel the wholeness painted in nature ' s hue. The scarves of silk in blues and greens and browns, Belong to you the one whose love I ' ve found. By Joel Yaffa JAY M. ZELINSKI, D.O. I would like to express best wishes to my fellow classmates in their medical careers. My gratitude also goes to the faculty of NJSOM who contributed to my student experience and whose evaluations and recommendations have been an asset for my medical education objectives in the future. Sincerely, Jay M. Zelinski B.S., M.S., M.S., M.Eng. NCY M.PHiL., PH.D., D.O. ( ' 85) NCY = NOT COMPLETED YET 58 PAUL F. ZUBEL JR., D.O. GLENN M. ZUCK, D.O. Jorge Alba, D.O. HI Monmouth College Hillside, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. N.J. Dean Alan Ambrose, D.O. ' 78, St. Peter ' s College Jersey City, N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, N.J. Gregg Allen Bannett, D.O. ' 81, Brandeis University Cherry Hill. N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, N.J. Robert Harris Bennett, D.O. ' 80. Muhlenberg College Philadelphia, PA Metropolitan Hospital — Central John Bermingham, D.O. ' 81, Temple University Lindenwold, N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford. N.J. Terence Patrick Braden, III, D.O. ' 81, Kalamazoo College Bayonne, N.J. KMH-UMC. Stratford, N.J. Lou Ann Bruno, D.O. ' 81, Rutgers University Newark, N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Jonathan David Condit, D.O. ' 80 Taylor University Milhngton, N.J. Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie, Indiana Jose Alberto DeTrespalocios, D.O. ' 78, St. Peter ' s College, ' 81, New York University Union City, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Marianne DiGiovanni, D.O. ' 81 Aldelphi University Elizabeth, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Dennis Christopher Doherty, D.O. ' 81 Georgia State University Randolph, N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Maureen Ann Doherty, D.O. ' 76 Rutgers University, ' 81 Georgia State University Randolph. N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Martin Thomas Forrest, D.O. ' 81, University of Rhode Island Oakland, N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Edna Marcia Garcia, D.O. ' 78 Kean College Camden, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Marc Steven Golden, D.O. ' 81 Boston University Cherry Hill. N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Shellie M. Graham, D.O. ' 80 Southern Missionary College I.ongwood, FL KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Bruce Howard Greene, D.O. ' 80. Franklin and Marshall College Livingston. N.J. Botsford General Hospital Osteopathic, Farmington Hills. MI Marni Ellen Grossfeld, D.O. ' 80 University of Rochester Baltimore, MD KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Donna Marie Guerriero, D.O. ' 78 Douglass College River Vale. NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Aaron I. Harrison, D.O. HI, SUNY-Binghamton New York. NY KMH-UMC, Stratford, N.J. Hope Beth Helfeld, D.O. ' 81 George Washington University West Orange. NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, N.J. Bruce Elliot Jacobs, D.O. ' 77, Fairleigh Dickinson University, ' 79 Rutgers Universi- ty Dumont. NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, N.J. Janine Jamieson, D.O. ' 81, SUNY-Buffalo Dix Hills, NY. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Clifford William Jones, D.O. ' 81. St. Peters College Union City, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Herbert Michael Jung, D.O. HI, St. Joseph ' s University Cinnaminson. N.J. KMH-UMC. Stratford, NJ. Mark Elliot Lipitz, D.O. ' 80 Drexel University Cherry Hill. N.J. Baptist Medical Center of New York John Francis McCue, D.O. ' 78 William Paterson College, ' 79 New York University Riverton, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Salvatore J. Milazzo, D.O. ' 74, Kean College, ' 83 Kean College Elizabeth, NJ. St. Joseph ' s Hospital and Medical Center, Patterson, NJ. John Patrick Nolan, D.O. ' 81, St. Joseph ' s University Atlantic City, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Timothy Shane O ' Donnell, D.O. ' 80 Fairfield University ( lark, NJ. KMH-UMC. Stratford, NJ Jo Ann Pecca, D.O. ' HI Douglass College New Providence, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ, Jeffrey D. Polcer, D.O. ' 80, VA Polytechnic Institute and State University Brookside. N.J. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Robert A. Provencher, D.O. ' 75, University of Pennyslvania. ' 80, Thomas Jefferson University Swedesboro. NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, NJ. Frank Gary Renshaw, D.O. ' 80 Oral Roberts University Haddon Heights, NJ. University Hospital, Newark, NJ. Nicholas Patrick Ricculi, D.O. H0, New York University Jersey City, NJ. Mornstown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ. Louis Rosen, D.O. ' 81 Thomas Jefferson University- Philadelphia, PA KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Marianne Joy Tompkins, D.O. ' 80 Rutgers University Bridgewater, NJ. KMH-UMC. Stratford, N.J. Raymond L. Weiand, D.O. ' 81 Penn State University Cherry Hill, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Joel Robert Yaffa, D.O. ' 80, Yeshiva University Cherry Hill. NJ. KMH-UMC. Stratford, NJ. Jay Michael Zelinski, D.O. 73 Stevens Institute of Technology, ' 79 Columbia Uni- versity Bayonne, NJ. Muhlenberg, Hospital, Plainfield, NJ. Paul F. Zubel, D.O. ' 78 Seton Hall University. ' 81 Seton Hall University Whippany, NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford. NJ. Glenn Marc Zuck, D.O. ' 81 Emory University I.akewood. NJ. KMH-UMC, Stratford, N J. 61 62 PISCATAWAY Gary Bailin, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Biochemistry Nejat Guzelsu, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Osteopathic Sciences 64 Richard Schimmel, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Physiology Stephen Penningroth, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Pharmacology Robert Rhoades, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Anatomy Charles Steiner, D.O. Professor Chairman, Osteopathic Sciences 65 ADMINISTRATION Benjamin Cohen, D.O. Gerald Scharf, D.O. Jay Yanoff, Ed.D. Adjunct Assoc. Matthew Freund Ph.D. Dean of the School of Osteopathic Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs Prof Asst. Dean for Acad. Affairs Assoc. Dean for Research Biomed Sci Medicine. OSTEOPATHIC SCIENCES Eleanor Masterson, D.O. Clin. Assoc. Prof. Chief, Strat. MEDICINE Andrew Pecora, D.O. James Giudice, D.O. Prof. Chief, Theodore Weinberg, D.O. Raymond Adelizzi, D.O. Chairman Professor Div. of Internal Medicine, Strat. Clinical Prof. Act. Chief, C.H. Head, Div. of Rheum. Asst. Prof. Andrew Alloy, D.O. Kevin Barber, D O. Thomas Cavalieri, D.O. Anita Chopra, M.D. Clinical Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Clinical Asst. Prof. -rank Corbally, D.O. Asst. Prof. Stephen J. Daly, D.O. Asst. Prof. Timothy Dombrowski, D.O. Clinical Asst. Prof. Lloyd Forman, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. 1 Thomas Morley, D.O. Asst. Prof. Harvey Rothman, D.O. Asst. Prof. Frederick Schaller, D.O. Clinical Asst. Prof. Peter Vasilenko, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. Silvio Zappasodi, D.O. Asst. Prof. 67 Norman Doherty, M.D. Assoc. Louis Gallo, D.O. Peter T. Stein, Ph.D. Shekeeb Sufian, M.D. Assoc. Prof., Prof. Head, Subdiv. Vase. Surg., Asst. Prof. Professor Head, Subdiv, Vase. Surg., Statford Wash. Twp. FAMILY PRACTICE Marvin Herring, M.D. Richard F. Leedy, D.O. Susan Mobilio, D.O. Joellyn Ross, Ph.D. William Vilensky, D.O. Assoc. Prof. Professor Clinical Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Coterminus Assoc. Prof. Photos were not available for: Charles DiSanto, D.O. Assoc. Prof, Judith G. Urai, M.D. Clinical Instructor OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY Phillip Chan. Ph.D. George H. Davis. D.O. Joseph Ridgik, D.O. Theresa Scholl, Ph.D., M.P.H. Faramarz Zarghami, M.D. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Clinical Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Clinical Asst. Prof. PSYCHIATRY William Ranieri, D.O. Donald Light, Ph.D. Prof. Chief, George Piper, D.O. Assoc. Prof. Acting Chariman Div. Behavioral and Social Medicine Assoc. Prof, and Chief Mark Lewis, Ph.D. Joseph Mobilio, D.O. Robert Steer, Ed.D. David Rissmiller, D.O. Asst. Prof. Clinical Asst. Prof. Assoc. Prof. Clinical Asst. Prof. 69 PEDIATRICS Alice Lazzarini, M.S. Ronald V. Marino, D.O. Robert Nagele, Ph.D. Etienne Phipps, Ph.D. Leslie Tadzyski, D.O. Asst. Prof. Coterminus Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Instructor Coterminus Asst. Prof. PATHOLOGY Robert Fogel, D.O. Irvin Lock, D.O. Larry Wyatt, D.O. Chairman Prof, of Clinical Path. Assoc. Prof. Chief, Cherry Hill Assoc. Prof. Chief of Services Robert Csere, D.O. William A. Grimsley, D.O. Richard Frankel, M.D. Asst. Prof, of Clinical Path. Asst. Prof, of Clinical Path. Asst. Prof. 70 STAFF Robert Allender Dir. of Educational Develop- Tony Favale Purchasing Agent Gary Goldberg Coordinator of Research Charles Hulet Dir. of Grants Management Kaye Dir. House Staff Clerkship Af- fairs Malcolm Keiter Assistant Registrar Barbara Muldrow Personnel Manager Ellyse Perweiler Coordinator, Gerontology Pro gram Gerald Sabawa Grants Accountant Ed Small Coord, of Administrative Ser- vices Judy Schuback Library Director Ellen Smith Coordinator of Grants Annie Shelton Assistant to the Dean Lois Teer Director of Public Relations Jan Skica Librarian II Tom Wudarski Business Manager 71 " 2 75 76 Paul Lucha Richard Kostick Joseph B. Liotti Mary Memz-Rand 77 1 I Scott Parrot Jeffrey Pomerantz Linda Rawlins 78 Steven Saslow 1 Eric Seiger Deborah Seyther 79 Lawrence Strohmeyer Robert Weirz Raymond Wolf so Krisren Albert Janet Bancroft David Beatty Sandra Benanti Itidi henett Ira Berger Eric Berman M Blanco-Salermo Patrick Boland Thomas Brandeisky Scott Callaghan Anna Collado Flilalberto Curnow Gregory DeMeo Man diPasquale Mitt hell Faktor Michele Gilsenan Robert Goodwin Howard Heidenberg Seth Jaffe John Kollar Arthur Ku pei Brian Longendyke Anthony Macasieb George McCullen Joseph Mill in Robert Mills John Minor Gregory Novotny Robert Ponzio Theresa Redhng Kenneth . Saluck Catherine Schiano William Smolinski Neil Speth Gabriel Tatanan Michelle Tomlinson Craig Tun Frank Vassallo Craig Wagn Brad Walfleld Juan Franco Anthony Masciarelli Janice Sicihano Marc Yallof 82 CLASS OF 1988 Houman Ahdieh Annabelle Dimapil Johnjuhl Elizabeth Edge Richard Kader A Papastamelos Lance Sweeney Timothy Allen Olga Eques Alexander Pendino Carolyn Larkin-Taylor Sylvia Baralt Jose Flores Philip L. Lawrence Pollack Jerry Baratta Vincent Luvera Felix Ramirez Catherine Trader Gary Brattelli Bruce Goldstein Silvia Menedez Elaine Rancatore Sirike Truumces James Rogers Cathy Weiss Gary Brunvoll Hany Haddad Debra Werner Ten Chapman Susan Hint Milk Christian Nahas Lawrence Shapiro Brenda Holcomb Thomas Sprague Margaret Hurley Gary Noorigian Charles Staubs Lawrence Davanzo Robert Innocenzi Karen Nowikas 83 ss CLASS OFFICERS 1984-85 STUDENT COUNCIL TREAS William Smolinski PRES Thomas Brandeisky Photos not available: THIRD YEAR PRES Richard Lewis SEC TREAS Paul Lucha SECT Sara Sterner VP Neil Speth VP Stephen Rioux FIRST YEAR PRES Lawrence Shapiro SEC TREAS Thomas Sprague PARLIAMENTARIAN Jose Flores SGT AT ARMS Paul Grena SECOND YEAR Janet Bancroft SEC TREAS Anthony Masciarelli PRESIDENT 11 1 1 FOURTH YEAR Donna Guerriero John Nolan John McCue Hope Helfeld SECT PRES VP TREAS COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES CURRICULUM COMMITTEE ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE William Smolinski Robert Mako SECOND YEAR Photos not available: FOURTH YEAR Donna Guerriero THIRD YEAR Howard Cohen, Shari Fallet, Alt. FIRST YEAR Charles Staubs Eleaine Rancatore, Alt. FOURTH Hope Helfeld YEAR Janine Jamieson THIRD Shari Fallet YEAR Scott Pargot SECOND Paul Abend STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Photos not available: FOURTH YEAR Terry Braden Marianne Tomp- kins, Alt. THIRD YEAR Scott Pargot FIRST YEAR Susan Cislo Houman Ahdieh, Alt. YEAR Janet Bancroft X SECOND YEAR Gabriel Tatarian, Alt. Sara Sterner go The staff of Articulations 1985 would like to say thank you to Dean Robert Thompson for his support, to Marvin Herring, M.D. for the great cartoons, to Vivian Phillips for her assistance, to Linda Jensen for her help, and to Kim Sokoloff for the faculty pictures. 91 U A AO The National Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy is an organization that designates its efforts towards the advancement of osteopathic manipulative education. UMDNJ-SOM ' s representatives for the 1984-85 school year were Jeff Saluck and Anthony Macasieb as chapter co-presidents, and Doug Leonard as the chapter ' s national representative. Also, Ray Wolf served as the UAAO National Vice President. The activities for the year included sales of spines, osteopathic textbooks, and manipulative tables. There were weekly OMT lunch sessions, and three members traveled to Colorado Springs to attend a convention. The Osteopathic Library has been enlarged as a result of many fund raisers. The chapter ' s funds also aided in having Harold Schwartz, D.O. hold a three day seminar on counterstrain. — Jeff Saluck Jeff Saluck Ray Wolf The student groups of the American College of General Practitioners (ACGP) and the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians (NJAFP) have several meetings during the year to promote Family Practice, especially to 1st and 2nd year medical students. Family physicians from the community have spoken about their practices, showing the contrast between rural, inner city, suburban, group and solo practices. Family Practice residents and residency directors have explained the post- graduate opportunities available in family practice, particularly in New Jersey. The student ACGP group also sponsored a movie during the Second Annual Osteopathic Winterfest. — Sara Sterner A C G P S o M A Roy Friedband Sara Sterner David Beatty Hildalberto Curnow The Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) represents a majority of osteopathic students and interns in the U.S. SOMA is recognized as a service organization for its members, the osteo-profession, and the public. Benefits for members include: eligibility for scholarships, loans, insurance, and a summer preceptorship program; discounts on medical equipment and journals (Osteopathic Annals, Student Doc- tor, CIBA Symposium, and Medical Student by Pfizer); and opportunities to attened biannual national con ventions. The UMDNJ-SOM SOMA chapter represents about 40% of the student body. Local chapter activities during 1984-85 includ- ed an Undergraduate Osteopathic Awareness Program, a pan- el discussion " Osteopathic Manipulation and Chiropractic Adjustments " for the Winterfest celebration, the UMDNJ Open Tennis Tournament, and blood pressure cuff raffles. Two students were sent to national meetings in Las Vegas and Chicago. Officers for 1984-85 were David Beatty, Beto Cur- now, Ted Tatarian, David Orr, Sara Sterner. — David Beatty 92 WINTERFEST 1985 Norman Gevitz Dean Robert Thompson THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS THE UMDNJ-SCHOOL OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE STUDENT COUNCIL UNDERGRADUATE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OSTEOPATHY STUDENT OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PRESENT WINTERFEST 1985 SPONSORED BY NEW JERSEY OSTEOPATHIC EDUCATION FOUNDATION AMERICAN COLLEGE OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS IN OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE SURGERY MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1985 West Lect ure Hall Piscataway Campus Gerald Scharf, D.O. Associate Dean for Academic and CI inical Affairs " History of UMDNJ-SOM " 6:30-7:30 P.M. 7:45-9:00 P.M. Norman Gevitz , Ph.D. Assistant Professor II 1 inois Institute of Technology, Chicago " Future Context of Osteopathic Medicine Followed by question and answer period Small Group Discussion Refreshments Will Be Served TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1985 Main Auditorium Piscataway Campus Refreshments Will Be Served Osteopathic Manipulation and 4:00-6:00 P.M. Chiropractic Adjustments: A Panel Discussion of the Similarities and Differences WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, Main Auditorium Piscataway Campus 1985 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1985 Piscataway Campus SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1985 Stratford Campus Movie Double Feature: " Romancing the Stone " 7:00 P.M. Monty Python ' s " Meaning of Life " 9:00 P.M. {25 Admission, Popcorn and Soda Winterfest Party 7:00-12:00 P.M. Beer, Wine, and Food; Music by Tony Anthony Chila, D.O. 8:00 A.M.- Past President AOA 5:00 P.M. Myofascial Release Workshop John F. Kennedy Professional Mall, Stratford (Upjohn is participating by providing support funds.) G R A D U A T E CI V I T E S SENIOR WEEK- THE OSTEOPATHIC OATH I do hereby affirm my loyalty to the profession I am about to enter. I will be mindful always of my great responsibility to preserve the health and the life of my patients, to retain their confidence and respect both as a physician and a friend who will guard their secrets with scrupulous honor and fidelity, to perform faithfully my professional duties, to employ only those recognized methods of treatment consistent with good |udgment and with my skill and ability, keeping in mind always nature ' s laws and the body ' s inherent capacity for recovery. I will be ever vigilant in aiding in the general welfare of the community, sustaining its laws and institutions, not engaging in those practices which will in any way bring shame or discredit upon myself or my profession. I will give no drugs for deadly purposes to any person, though it be asked of me. I will endeavor to work in accord with my colleagues in a spirit of progressive cooperation, and never by work or by act cast imputations upon them or their rightful practices. I will look with respect and esteem upon all those who have taught me my art. To my college I will be loyal and strive always for its best interests and for the interests of the students who will come after me. 101 SELECTING A MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM CAN ' T BE " A SHOT IN THE DARK " ... At Memorial General Hospital, oursuccess is translated into an unceasing quest for excellence in education, medicine, nursing and patient care. Working closely with a medical staff at- tuned to the importance of the learning process, your skills as an osteopathic phy- sician will be enhanced through participa- tion in carefully-designed educational programs, daily interaction with the exper- tise of ancillary staff and concentrated ex- posure to advanced technological re- sources. With a medical education program con- sisting of 300 teaching beds. M.G.H. in- vites you to shape your professional goals amid the setting of a modern and expand- ing community hospital. Residency programs are provided in: • Anesthesiology • Radiology • Proctology • General Practice • Internal Medicine • General Surgery • Emergency Medicine • Otorhinolaryngology. Facial Plastic Surgery COME TO WHERE THE BRIGHTEST LEARN FROM THE BEST. MEMORIAL GENERAL HOSPITAL 1000 GALLOPING HILL ROAD • UNION • NEW JERSEY 07083 201-687-1900 Victor J. Fresolone, President Anthony N. La Falce, D.O., Vice President of Medical Affairs 102 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF Congratulations and Good Luck to the Class of ' 85 1985 from Benjamin L. Stanley S. Bergen, Jr., Cohen, D.O. Dean, University of Medicine and Dentistry M.D. President of new Jersey — School of Osteopathic Medi- cine CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES CLASS OF from ' 85 The Bannett Family Louis C. Haenel, D.O. 103 Osteopathic Medicine " . . . to promote the public health, to encourage scientific research, and to maintain and improve high standards of medical education in osteopathic colleges. " Constitution of the American Osteopathic Association Congratulations Class of 1985 from Professional Radiology, Assoc. P. A. Milton Metzman, D.O. Paul Chase, D.O. Marvin Kupersmit, D.O.Elaine Wolk, M.D. Steven Allen, D.O. Russel Golkon, M.D. Joseph Flynn, D.O. Box 109 Stratford, NJ. 08084 D. William Adams, Executive Director P. R. Vinieratos Associate Executive Director Louis Lang, III, D O., Directorof Medical Education 7950 66 Street North Pinellas Park, FL 33565 (813) 546-9871 Extension 100 MetropoUtan CeneraL HospiTAl • AOA approved for eight ro- tating internships • Externship program with housing meals (special- ties general practice) • Alcohol drug rehabilitation unit • 1 54 bed accredited osteo- pathic hospital • Active emergency room, in- ternal medicine surgery departments • Growing community near beaches Telephone 201 - 964-6600 CLIFFORD A. BOTWIN, D.O. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION UMDNJ SOM FACULTY PRACTICE DEPARTMENT OF OB GYN Kennedy Professional Mall Suite 225 40 E. Laurel Road Stratford, NJ 08084 Office Hours By Appointment 900 STUYVESANT AVENUE UNION. N. J.. 07083 105 radiology group OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 579 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, NJ 390-0030 DIPLOMATES OF AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY W D. Horrigan, M.D. William A. Sweeney, M.D. Irwin Lift, M.D. Alan Herschman, M.D. Eliot Freeman, M.D. David L Rosenfeld, M.D. Barry A Zicherman, M.D. Sherwin Leiman, M.D. John L Nosher, M.D. Judith Amorosa, M.D. Garry S. Needell, M.D. M Stanely Kron, M.D. Neuroradiology, Jan N. Safer, M.D. Radiation Therapy, Alexander Haas, M.D Nuclear Medicine Endocrinology, Theodore J. Stahl, M.D. Nuclear Medicine, William A Erdman, M.D. Radiation Physicist, Leo Meisberger, M.S. Business Manager, Marvin DeRuyscher, CPA. Clarion Osteopathic Community Hospital COCH Full AOA Accreditation approved for Intern Training (rotating) 8 areas of concentration specialty coverage: Obstetrics, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, Radiology, Pediatric, ENT, Ophthamology, and Oncology Completely New Facility 96 bed, acute care fully monitored, computerized 8-bed ICCL! " SHRGICARE " out-patient services Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Histopathology and Cytology services excellent practice opportunities complete educational services COCH Clarion Osteopathic Community Hospital ONE HOSPITAL DRIVE, CLARION, PA. 16214 — 814-226-9500 " Our Best Wishes To All Of You " Dr. and Mrs. Morton Abend and Family CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 STEVEN LIAKOS, D.O., PA GASTROENTEROLOGY 1803 Springdale Road Cherry Hill, N.J. 08003 (609) 424-4339 117 E. Laurel Road Stratford, N.J. 0808a (609) 627-2555 106 Examine the Potential Grandview Hospital main- tains a leadership role that began over fifty years ago in Dayton, Ohio As a training center for osteopathic medicine, Grandview continues its commitment to excellence in medical care and to its medical students. Grand- view offers 26 internships, 63 residency training programs in fourteen specialties and numerous externships in most specialties. Grandview ' s 396-bed facility includes a new six-story addition and features the latest advances in medical technology Grandview operates Southview Hospital and Family Health Center, an ultra-modern, 56-bed facility that began offering inpatient and intensive care in addition to comprehen- sive outpatient services in June of 1983. Examine the potential for you at Grandview. For complete information write or call: H. Lauren Vogel, D O. Vice President, Medical Education Grandview Hospital and Medical Center 513 226-3247 GRANDVIEW Hospital and Medical Center 405 Grand Avenue Dayton, Ohio 45405 An Osteopathic Institution Residencies Anesthesiology Family Practice General Surgery Internal Medicine Medical Diseases of the Chest Neurosurgery Nuclear Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopedic Surgery Pathology Pediatrics Radiology Urology Externships Available Cardiology Emergency Medicine Family Practice Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Neurology Neurosurgery Nuclear Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology Oncology Orthopedics Otorhinolaryngology Pathology Pulmonary Medicine Proctology Radiology Urologic Surgery 107 Welcome to Florida ' s Southeastern Medical Center. Enjoy high professional standards in South Florida ' s dynamic growth region. As a 224-bed acute care, general hospital, we offer externs, interns and resident physicians a myriad of clinical and educational opportunities with all the fringe benefits of our tropical South Florida setting. And all the professional benefits of one of the nation ' s most dynamic growth areas. The Community Situated near the north border of Dade County, we are located half way between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Minutes from the ocean and many miles away from urban hassles. Recreation With an annual average temper- ature of 75° recreational activities abound. In the immediate area are: scuba diving schools, golf courses, 22 tennis courts, water skiing school, deep sea fishing charters, two vita courses, a dozen theaters and many restaurants. Training Program Southeastern has 23 different rotating service opportunities for the intern. Specialty areas approved for resident physicians include: general practice, general surgery, internal medicine, OB GYN, orthopedic surgery and podiatry. For more information, call Neil A . Natkow, D.O., F.A.C.G.P. Medical Director Director of Medical Education. (305) 945-5400. Southeastern Medical Center An Osteopathic Hospital 1750 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 A health care center of AMI ■AMI An American Medical International, Inc. Health Care Center. REGIONAL ORTHOPEDIC PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital - Cherry Hill Division Practice Limited to Orthopedic and Traumatic Surgery SEYMOUR G. KAUFMAN, DO., F A CO S., F.A.O.A O CARL MOGIL, D O., F A CO S . F.A.O.A O I. DAVID WEISBAND, D O. BARRY S GLEIMER, D O. P O BOX 5009 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08034 665 • 2000 EXT 266 663 7080 BUNKER HILL MEDICAL CENTER GANTTOWN ROAD, SUITE 203 TURNERSVILLE, NJ 08080 589 6500 BEST OF LUCK GRADUATES Associates in General Surgery Michael Abraham D.O. FACOS Larry Cohen, D.O. Congratulations Class of 1985 Saul Bresalier, D.O., F.O.CO.O Ophthalmology To your good health! Spotlight on... Orange Memorial Hospital New Jersey Orthopaedic Hospital Together, We ' re The Hospital Center at Orange 188 South Essen Avenue, Orange, New lersey 07051 (201)266-2000 YOUR modern community hospital. Ready to serve you and your family with the newest medical services and equipment. • Newly Renovated Emergency Room • Mobile Intensive Care Unit • Intensive Care Unit • Modern Cardiac Care Units • New Concentrated Care Unit • Family-Centered Maternity Service • Newborn Spec ial ( are Nursery • Pediatric Unit • Modern Surgical Suites • Same Day Surgery • 21 Special Medical Clinics • Modern Dentistry Center • Social Service Department • Oncology Service • Radiation Therapy • CAT Scanning Ultrasound Imaging • Cardiac Testing Laboratory • Respiratory Testing Laboratory ■ Comprehensive Rehabilitation Medicine Department • Total Joint Reconstruction • Acute Spinal Care • Scoliosis Clinic • rthnpji-dn Ri-scif. Ii •Orthopaedic Residency Program with UMDN| • Opthalmologic Research • Advanced Eye Surgery Accredited Schools • Winifred B. 8aldwm School ol Nursing • Schools or Medical Technology and Nuclear Medic Congratulations Class of ' 85 TDWER MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, P. A. INTERNAL MEDICINE B! WASHINGTON MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING RDl, EGG HARBOR ROAD SEWELL. NEW JERSEY □BOBO (609) S89-D3D0 ALFRED M . DIPIERO, D . □ . PETER A. PLUMERI, D.O.. F.AC P. MARIO L. MAIESE, D.d. STANLEY C. LEONBERG, JR., M D ALLEN C. ZECHOWY, M P BRUCE D. L1PSIUS, M D H1LLARD C. SHARF, M D KAREN M. SCARDIGL1, D O Adult Child Neurology Electroencephalography Electromyography Evoked Response Testing Carotid Sonography NEUROLOGY ASSOCIATES OF SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY, P.A. SOUTH JERSEY MEDICAL CENTER CHERRY HILL. NEW JERSEY 08034 ROUTE 70 and EAST GATE DRIVE (609) 795-2000 109 FACULTY OF DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE And rew A. Pecora, D.O., Professor Chairman James C. Giudice, D.O., Professor Gerald Scharf. D.O., Professor Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs Louis A. Papa, D.O., Associate Professor Raymond A. Adelizzi, D.O., Assistant Professor John C. Chiesa, D.O., Assistant Professor Stephen J. Daly, D.O., Assistant Professor John W. Fitzharris, D.O., Assistant Professor Nathan Freed, D.O., Assistant Professor Joseph M. Pitone, D.O., Assistant Professor Peter Vasilenko III. Ph.D., Assistant Professor Theodore Weinberg, D.O., Clinical Professor Russell Griesback, Jr., D.O., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Stanley Schiff, D.O., Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Thomas A. Cavalieri, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Anita Chopra, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor Robert Gordon, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Harvey P. Rothman. D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Andrew M. Alloy, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Kevin Barber, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Frank W. Corbally, D.O.. Clinical Assistant Professor David Condoluci, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Thomas Morley, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Jeffrey Packer, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor Silvio Zappasodi, D.O., Clinical Assistant Professor CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING CLASS of 1985 UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE and DENTISTRY OF NEW JERSEY SCHOOL OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE The New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons GOOD LUCK BEST WISHES " Frederick G. Meoli, D.O. Richard F. Liszewski, D.O. Shekeeb Sufian, M.D. Robert L. Sonn, D.O. Norman J. Doherty, M.D. Garden City Osteopathic Hospital CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 LET US HELP YOU FULFILL YOUR COMMITMENT TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION! Known by the quality of our intern and resident training program. A fully accredited, progressively administered, well equipped 360 bed acute care teaching hospital. Our Southeastern Michigan community of 45,000 is conveniently located to airports, colleges and universities, downtown entertainment, sports arenas and miles of lakes, woodland and ski slopes for all seasonal pursuits. Besides the active informational training sessions our program provides, we are approved for residency training opportunities in the areas of: Anesthesiology 3, General Practice 4, General Surgery 4, Internal Medicine 4, Pathology 3, Pediatrics 2, Obstetrics-Gynecology 4, Orthopedic Surgery 4, Otorhinolaryngology Oro-Facial Plastic Surgery 2, Radiology 4 and Thoracic-Cardiovascular Surgery 2. Our Intern benefit package includes: An annual stipend of 16,000 Moving allowance Health insurance for spouse and children Dental and Optical insurance Malpractice liability Meals and uniforms For more details apply in writing to Dr. Calvin Kay, Medical Director; Norville H. Schock, Ph.D, Director of Medical Education or Mr. Allan L. Breakie, Executive Director. 6245 N . Inkster Road Garden City, Michigan 48135 1-313-421-3300 AGAIN, BEST WISHES AS YOU EMBARK ON YOUR CAREER 1 1 1 IN 1860, ® s WE GAINED THE TRUST OF THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY. NOT A DAY HAS PASSED THAT WEVE TAKEN IT FOR GRANTED. Reed Carnrick Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS From the Pathology Department Faculty Robert M. Fogel, D.O. Richard M. Frankel, M.D. Robert S. Csere, D.O. Irvin Lock, D.O. Larry L. Wyatt, D.O. 112 COMMITTED TO QUALITY MEDICAL EDUCATION The new Dallas Family Hospital, located on the 18-acre campus of Dallas Southwest Medical Center, is a fully accredited teaching hospital affiliated with Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Worth. Dallas Family Hospital is approved by the American Osteopathic Association for seven internships annually and offers residencies in anesthesiology and r general surgery. DALLAS SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER AN OSTEOPATHIC INSTITUTION CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1985 from the FACULTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY William F.Ranieri ,D.O . George E. Piper, D.O. David J oRissmiller , D.O. Lynne H. Stein, M.D. Philip Katz ,D.O . Donald Light, Ph.D. Mark Lewis, Ph.D. Robert Steer, Ed. D. 113 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 William J. Gall, D.O. William J. Croff, D.O. Laura Souders Dalton, D.O. There ' s a place for you at METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL 1010011 METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL A non-profit osteopathic multi-hospital system 568 beds Albert Bonier, D O., Chief Medical Officer AOA approved for 53 rotating internships and 104 residencies in Anesthesiology, Cardiovascular Diseases, General Practice, Internal Medicine, Medical Diseases of the Chest, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, Otorhinolaryngology, Pediatrics, Radiology, Surgery, and Urologic Surgery. Central Division 201 North Eighth Street Philadelphi a, PA 19106 (215) 238-2000 Stanley Schiff, D.O., M.D. D.M.E. Parkview Division 1331 East Wyoming Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19124 (215) 537-7400 Richard A. Anderson, D O., M.D. D.M.E. Springfield Division 190 West Sproul Road Springfield, PA 19064 (215) 328-9200 A. Archie Feinstein, D O., M.D. D.M.E. 114 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1985 from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Pediatrics Thomas F. Santucci Jr., D.O., F.A.C.O.P. Martin A. Finkel, D.O. Mark P. Jacobson, D.O. Ronald V. Marino, D.O. Michael N. Musci Jr., D.O. Leslie A. Tadzynski, D.O. Jane L. Coleman, M.D. Thomas F. Santucci, D.O., M.Sc, F.A.C.O.P. Patrons William D. Hilton, D.O. Charles Steiner, D.O. John F. Curreri, D.O. H. Harvey Koenig, D.O. Reginald W. Teaque, D.O. Robert J. Senese, D.O. Allan Goldberg, D.O. G. Lee Lerch, D.O. Stephen L. Burnstein, D.O. Robert D. Boyd, D.O. Mr. and Mrs. E. Longendyke Mr. and Mrs. John Kollar Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hassman Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Barone Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Smolinski Peter J. Waldman Arvid Truumees Shockley and Pietras, Urology Associates, P.A. Sponsors Vito D. Ferrante Mr. and Mrs. James F. Tompkins Dr. and Mrs. Irving Benett Dr. Perry I. Barr Sanford J. Paul, D.O. Donald Fruchtman, D.O. Herbert Greenbaum, D.O. i Teaching, Treating Caring, Sharing St, James Hospital 85 years in the Ironbound Saint James Hospital 155 Jefferson SI. • Newark, N.J. 07105 Late additions: Benefactor: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Jones Sponsors: Gladys and Donald Golden Mr. and Mrs. AJ. DiGiovanni Patrons: Eugene A. Decker Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M.Jung Arnold and Marilyn Helfeld 118 bolsford JJa hospital an osteopathic institution general serving the community A Community Hospital in Every Sense of the Word ■ Over 500 physicians serving your needs ■ 24 Hour Emergency Services ■ Comprehensive Medical Services » Cardiac, Respiratory and Surgical Intensive Care Units • Family Centered Obstetrics • Nurse Midwife Program ■ Special Care Nursery ■ Pediatrics ■ Cardiac Catheterization Lab ■ Psychiatric Services — inpatient and outpatient ■ Complete Diagnostic Services ■ CT Scan ■ Osteopathic Sciences Department ■ Comprehensive Clinic Services ■ Community Education Programs ■ CPR Trainin g ■ Surgical Services including one day programs ■ Genetic Counseling ■ In vitro Fertilization Program ■ Three Divisions Serving South Jersey: Cherry Hill, Stratford, and Washington Township Corporate Offices 113 E. Laurel Rd. Stratford 06084 784-0202 Cherry Hill Division Chapel Ave Cooper Landing Rd Cherry Hill 08034 665-2000 Stratford Division 18 E. Laurel Rd. Stratford 08084 784-4000 Washington Township Division Hurfville-Cross Keys Rds. Turnersville 08012 589-3300 The major teaching affiliate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - School of Osteopathic Medicine " Good Luck Best Wishes " Frederick G. Meoli, D.O. Richard F. Liszewski, D.O. Shekeeb Sufian, M.D. Robert L. Sonn, D.O. Norman J. Doherty, M.D. CLASS OF 1985 120 9


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