University of Maryland School of Medicine - Terrae Mariae Medicus (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1977
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4 TERRA MARIAE MEDICUS 1977 THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT COUNCIL THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BALTIMORE, MARYLAND EDITORS FRANCIS H. GEORGE DORIS L. SWAUGER ENVIRONS ■ ' Aik A ■a aaai 0WM tmi f v- m 9 ' feN flU 2 Contents Faculty lit Administration The Class of 1977 36 Medical Technology 12 ' DEDICATION We are pleased to dedicate the 1977 Terra Mariae Medicus to those faculty members who, for their zeal and commitment to our education, have been chosen by our class to receive the yearly teaching awards. Their warmth and encour- agement have added a personal dimension to our experience; their friendship is valued. Their example stands as a challenge for the future. BASIC SCIENCES Ross W. I. Kessel, Ph.D Richard F. Morton, M.D., M.P.H. Marshall L. Rennels, Ph.D. Frances P. Schulter, Ph.D. 5 DEDICATION 7 UNIVERSITY 8 9 1 1 13 14 15 16 Administration and Faculty 17 Administration Dr. John M. Dennis Dean, School of Medicine Dr . Frederick J . Ramsay Associate Dean, Government Liaison Dr. Morton I. Rapaport Senior Associate Dean Dr. Murray M. Kappelman Associate Dean, Student Affairs ]8 Dr. Keith Smith Assistant Dean, Student Affairs Dr. Bernice Sigman Assistant Dean, Student Affairs Dr. Sharon B. Satterfield Assistant Dean, Student Affairs Dr. Gary D. Plotnick Assistant Dean, Student Affairs 19 Dr. Robert Harrell Assistant Dean, Student Affairs Dr. Karl Weaver Past Chairman, Admissions Committee 20 21 Faculty Basic Science Faculty Dr. Gladys Wadsworth Anatomy Dr. Frances Schulter Anatomy Dr. Karl Mech Anatomy Dr. Edward Donati Histology Dr. Patricia O’Morchoe Histology Christopher O ' Morchoe Histology 22 Dr. Lindsay Black Biochemistry Dr. Marshall Rennels Neuroanatomy Drs . Clara and Enrico Bucci Biochemistry Dr . Barry Rosen Biochemistry Dr. Mary Kirtley Biochemistry 23 24 Dr. Charles Wisseman Microbiology Dr. William Myers Microbiology Dr. Paul Fiset Microbiology Dr. Leo Karpeles Physiology Dr. William Blake Physiology Dr. Frank Calia Dr. Sheldon Greisman Medicine Physiology 25 Dr. John Sutherland Pathology 26 Dr. Frederick Kauffman Dr. Jordan Wamick Pharmacology Pharmacology Dr. Richard Morton Social and Preventive Medicine Dr. George Entwisle Social and Preventive Medicine 27 Clinical Faculty Dr. Luis Martin Endocrinology Dr. Thomas Connor Endocrinology Dr. Alex Tirado Endocrinology Dr. John Sadler Nephrology Dr. John Wiswell Endocrinology Dr. Theodore Woodward Medicine Dr. Richard Hornick Infectious Diseases Dr. Harry Robinson Dermatology Dr. Leonard Scherlis Cardiology 28 Dr. Thomas Dewberry Medicine Dr . Reuben JiJi Hematology Dr. Thomas Hobbins Dr. Frank Iber Pulmonary Diseases Gastroenterology Dr. James Quinlan Find a well known Department of Medicine Chairman in Medicine this picture . 29 Dr. Charles DeFelice Cardiology Dr. II- Abraham Infectious Diseases Dr. Michael Fisher Cardiology Dr. Bruce Hamilton Endocrinology Dr. Barry Schlosberg Medicine Dr. Frank Calia Medicine Dr. Nathan Carliner Cardiology 30 Dr. Carmen Fratto Medicine - MGH Dr. Wolfe Blotze r Medicine Dr. Mike Hayes Pulmonary - MGH Dr. Salvatore Donahue Medicine - MGH Medicine Dr. Celeste Woodward Infectious Diseases Dr. Thomas McCloskey Dr. Bill Woodward Infectious Diseases Dr. Ray Bahr Cardiology - St. Agnes Dr . Cyrus Blanchard ENT Dr. Harry Hull Surgery Dr. Francis Clark Urology Dr. Earl Galleher Dr. Robert Mason Surgery Dr. John Young Urology Dr. Edward Campbell Urology 32 Dr. Theodore Eisenstat Surgery Dr. Baekhyo Shin Anesthesiology Dr. Erland Nelson Neurology Neurology 1 Anesthesiology Dr. Samuel Joseph Dr. Granger Sutton Neurology Dr. Thomas Ducker Neurosurgery 33 Dr. Marvin Cornblatt Pediatrics Ophthalmology Dr. Beverly Young Dr. Stanley Schocket Ophthalmology Dr. Edward Ruley Pediatrics Dr. Ellen Wald Pediatrics Dr. Ernesto Rivera Ob-Gyn - Mercy 34 Dr. John Diaconis Radiology A i Dr . Richard D . Richards Ophthalmology Dr. Rosemarie Wipfelder Radiology Dr. David Kumpe Radiology Dr . Michael Hill Radiology Dr . Robert Ayella Radiology Dr. James Ryan Nuclear Medicine Dr. Erlinda McCrea Radiology 35 36 37 Graduates Mike Adinolfi Kathy Ackerman Mark and Susie Andrews Tony Arz 38 Richard Bacharach and Ellen Jonathan Bass Stu Bell Ron Benenson 39 Mike and Mary Bey Joe Braun Marc Bresler Doug Boenning 40 Dave Bright Bob Brumback Brent Burgee Jeff and Karen Cahill 41 Marie and Franklin Chatham " 1 Stu and Gail Chalew Dennis Chodnicki Elwood and Mary Lou Cobey 42 Maxie Collier Mike Cunningham Gene Crawford Howard Cushner 43 Bill and Mary Lee Dichtel Mike Domanski A1 Davis Bob and Donna Marie Davis 44 George Duncan Steve and Irene Dyal Willarda Edwards Rona Eisen Rick Farra 46 Rick Feldman Stephanie Fertman 47 Bob Fisher Pat Fosarelli Elliot Fishman Donna and Rick Frankel 48 ! Sam Friedel Jackie and Tony Fulton Francis and Jeanne George Linda George 49 Alan Gertler Jerry and Barbara Ginsberg Elliott Gilpeer Anne Carol Goldberg • 50 Jerry Goldstein Don and Judy Gordon 51 Chuck Graham Roger Grayson Chuck Gr een Nat Hagler 52 Ken Hanger Steve Hale 0 Norm Harris Marlene Hayman F Marty and Marilyn Herman John Herring Howard Hines Dalia Hirsch 54 Ron Kahn 55 Horace and Carolyn King 56 Steve King Marty Roller Bob Konkol and Nancy Dave Lacher 57 1 Sheldon Lerman Phil Lavine Sam Lichtenstein 58 1 Steve Lincoln Bob Loeb John Lisansky Marc Lurie 59 Evie Magiros Greg and Patricia Marrocco Cliff Malanowski Gary Magram 60 Bill Martin Mary Mavromatis Judy Maslar Paul McClelland 61 John Miller Ellis and Micki Mez Glenn Merewitz John Minkowski 62 Ed Mishner Ed Morris Coleman and Beth Mosley Jim Murphy 63 Lee Pennington Bob and Terry Peterson Paul Offit Jerry and Elsa Perman 64 Greg Pinkerton Mike Pistole Steve Plantholt 65 Ik, m Toni Plucis-Turkopuls Terry and Sharon Posluszny Barry Raskin with Allison Sue and Ron Reimer and Jared 66 Bob and Debbie Robison Mickey and Erica Rubinstein Steve Resnick Garry Ruben 67 John Salkeld Howard Sandler Lou Schimel Mike and Barbara Scheerer 68 Dan and Barbara Schuman Bob Schwartz Bob Seamon Mike Sellman Dennis Smith Bob Smith i Henry and Sue Sherwood Bruce and Barbara Sindler 70 Vt I ff L»»’C4y Mffln Diehl Snyder Doug Stein Clyde Strang Steve Steinberg 71 Dave Strobel John Svirbely Doris Swauger Ray Talucci 72 Sue and James Thompson Hazel McGee-Tap e with Sean Dave Tilley Dave Tinker 73 Michelle Uhl l DAVIDGE HALL. CONSTRUCTED IN 181: NAMED FOR THE FIRST DEAN OF THE UNIVER OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, DR. JOH DAVIDGE. NOTED FOR ITS UNIQUE Cl ASS APPEARANCE. IT IS THE OLDEST D DiK THE COUNTRY USED CONTINUOUSLY MEr EDUCATION. THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. E%fAb.ll IN 1807 IY THE MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEl WAS THE FIFTH TO IE FOUNDED IN THE UN STATES. FOLLOWING MERGERS WITH 8ALTIF MEDICAL COLLEGE. 1913. AND COLLEGE OF PI CIANS AND SURGEONS. 1915. THE SCHOOL BE ' PART OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM IN I Steve Utts Mark Vaccaro 74 Ellen Volkman and Richard Jon Walburn Bob Weiss Ben Werner 75 Kay White Pat White A1 Winyard Jim Wilkie 76 • ■ Rich Zangara 77 Pictured Elsewhere: Elliot Aleskow, 12, 94 Harry Etter, 13 Greg Gibbons, 83 Don LaVay, 96 Jeff Mosser, 97 Don Russell, 83, 95 Bill Shapiro, 91, 97 Rich Silver Directory, 130 Stu Zipper Jim Zisfein 78 Basic Science Years 79 30 Ai 82 ood ' ye ar 83 Clinical Years CHILDREN UNDER IZ YEARS OF ACE ARE (dll PERMITTED IN THE HOSPITAL 84 85 86 87 88 mu m 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 Awards FACULTY GOLD MEDAL Richard Joseph Zangara SUMMA CUM LAUDE Richard Joseph Zangara MAGNA CUM LAUDE Neil David Goldberg CUM LAUDE Jonathan Noah Bass Kenneth Hall Hanger, Jr. Gary Magram Gregory Lee Marrocco Susan Lee Reimer Garry Dennis Ruben THE BALDER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Neil David Goldberg THE DR. WAYNE W. BABCOCK PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN SURGERY Richard Barry Silver THE DR. J. EDMUND BRADLEY PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRICS Paul Allan Offit THE DR. JACOB E. FINESINGER PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PSYCHIATRY Ellen Meira Volkman THE DR. EUGENE B. BRODY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Beverli Sue Goldberg THE DR. WILLIAM ALEXANDER HAMMOND AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN NEUROLOGY Jeffrey Francis Mosser Michael Stuart Sellman THE DR. LEONARD M. HUMMEL MEMORIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN INTERNAL MEDICINE Anne Carol Goldberg AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION SERVICE AWARD Joseph Lee Braun THE LOUIS, IDA AND SAMUEL COHEN AWARD FOR PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES OF SCHOLARSHIP, ABILITY AND COMPASSION FOR PATIENTS Kendall Reese Faulkner THE FAMILY PRACTICE PROGRAM OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AND THE MARYLAND ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TRAINING IN THE CONCEPT OF FAMILY MEDICINE Diehl Montgomery Snyder THE UHLENHUTH PRIZE IN ANATOMY Gregory Lee Marrocco THE DR. FRANCIS DONALDSON PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PATHOLOGY Neil David Goldberg THE AMERICAN WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Rona Beth Eisen Susan Lee Reimer Michelle Dianne Uhl THE MERCK MANUAL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING STUDENTS IN MEDICAL STUDIES William Joseph Dichtel Richard Barry Silver Curtis Arnold Johnston THE MOSBY SCHOLARSHIP BOOK AWARD Marc Steven Bresler Jeffrey Paul Cahill Rona Beth Eisen Steven George Steinberg Michelle Dianne Uhl STUDENT COUNCIL CERTIFICATES Alan Steven Davis Francis H . George Charles Edward Green Dalia Rachel Hirsch William George Martin Garry Dennis Ruben ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD David Elliott Bright 98 I Contributors TERRA MARIAE MEDICUS 1977 Medicine: Mark Applefeld Ron Benenson Mark Bresler Rona Eisen Greg Emery Kendall Faulkner Rick Feldman Stephanie Fertman Pat Fosarelli Leonard Frank Alan Gertler Chuck Green Rich Kelmenson Phil Lavine Greg Morrocco John Miller Garry Ruben Mike Sellman Celeste Woodward Stu Zipper Medical Technology: Kevin Morrow Sharon Utz Published by the Student Council University of Maryland at Baltimore Editors Francis H. George, M.D. Doris L. Swauger, M.D. Division Editors Medical Technology: Rodger Patterson Fred Adams Physical Therapy: Candee Van Iderstine Photography: Robert O. Torrence Art Editor: Jeanne George Published by the Taylor Publishing Company 99 cjuite understand t hc n a K d 100 Physical Therapy Fp iiof nSIEMBIHRlIiS RACTWR F YOU NEED IT.. EXERCISE PHYSICAL REHABILITATION ?w r Dorsiflexion ' V ■ I ■ GALVANIC 1C1 Donna Ahlberg Stacy Bates S. Jerilyn Both Sharon L. Cook Sara L. Cordish Kathy Corkrin G . Susan Daily Amy Davis Jim Davis iT- . i! Kathleen Connolly Mark Cornwall Susan A. Dawidowicz 102 Jan Dickerhoff Cathy Edwards Betty L. Fontz Diane L. Frank Elise Gettleman Ann Sanburn Grab Diane L. Griffin Jill E . Gruner Sharon Hatchett Marian A . Jellick Wendy Keirs Charles Kibbey 103 Emily Kurtz Mary Anne Leginus Mike Margolis Bonnie Morgan Michele Petrogallo Phyllis E. Powell Pamela Ross Margie Rossi 104 Gitie Schecter Jed Schwartz Elizabeth Seibel Jan Smejkal Karen Spiegel Karen D . Stanley Debbie Stotts Franny Tassone Mindy Toby Candee Van Iderstine Christine Wulff Margi Zastrow 105 A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his inf luence stops . - Henry Adams Dr. Little Naomi Ranee Dr. Doser Marty Hamill Kathy Walsh Amy Davis Lindsay Marshall Dr. Knudsen Dr. Hardiman 104 Paul Anderson Terry Heron Ms. Wilson James Barnhart Mr. G. Alon Ms. McDaniels Bobbie di Sabatino Cathy Brick Dr. Hobart Joan Novell students: S. Cervelloni P. Neubauer E. Russell faculty: H. Dewitt C. Nelson R. Violand staff: M. McCoy missing in action ’.07 08 109 no 1 1 1 1 12 114 rF 1 Can you all be quiet please? I have an announcement to make . " We know nothing except the fact of our ignorance” - Socrates But she is in her grave , and , oh , The difference to me? - Wordsworth ] 16 ■ ij Abandon hope , all ye who enter here. - Dante Beware the fury of a patient man . - Dryden Ask me if I care I ' m Fine. There ' s nothing the matter with me I’m just as healthy as I can be I have arthritis in both my knees And when I talk I talk with a wheeze My pulse is weak and my blood is thin But I ' m awfully well for the shape I’m in. Arch supports I have for my feet Or I wouldn ' t be able to be on the street Sleep is denied me night after night And every morning I ' m a sight My Memory is failing and my head is in a spin But I’m awfully well for the shape I ' m in. The moral is as this tale we unfold That for you or me who are growing old It ' s better to say I’m fine with a grin Than to let ’em know the shape we are in. - Anonymous 117 1 18 K,i? Medical Technology 119 120 June Graduates of 1977 Denise Harper Pam Broyhill Carol Smith Michelle Huber Fred Adams Rodger Patterson Jim MacFarlane Dave Biondo Sharon Utz Karen Kubiac Sandy Bebris Sherry Bartgis Barbara Smith Jim Clark Mary Simons Roy Gulino Joel Lahn Carol Goodman Mary Lee Williams Marie Hasson Debbie Cronin Ann Nowicki Evette Muir Kevin Morrow Debbie Donaldson Gary Dodson Neil Watson Lina Jarboe Jacky Skalka Catherine DeNardo Marty McDonald Mary Cieplak Donna Lau Sally Lewis Melva Stokes Susan Barker Sandy Gwaltney Patty Wheat Kathy Lehtonen Jeanne Long Vivan Wang December Graduates of 1977 Pamela Broyhill Jim Clark 122 Debbie Cronin Carol Goodman Roy Gulino Marie Hasson Michelle Huber I r Ov Denise Harper 1 23 Evette Muir Rodger Patterson Karen Kubiak Jim MacFarlane Joel Lahn Ann Nowicki 124 Mary Simons Barbara Smith Carol Smith Sharon Utz Mary Lee Williams it Contemplating the pub 125 The Making of a Med Tech Shake . . . Pam showing the importance of proper pipetting . 126 " Number, please. " The stockpile of plates and tubes in the Micro lab . Testing who flunked the Wasserman’s. Aiding in the diagnosis of acute myeloblastic leukemia . Isolating a lactose fermenter with a green sheen. Who said, " Blondes have more fun?” 127 128 DIRECTORY School of Medicine KATHERINE ACKERMAN, M.D. Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine Kathy is one of our past class presidents , well known for attempts to relieve us of Social and Preventive Medicine final exams . She plans a residency in Psychiatry at University of Maryland Hospital after her internship . MICHAEL FRANCIS ADINOLFI, M.D. Tulane University Surgery Mike graduated from St. Anselm’s College and spent his first years of medical school at Guadalajara before transferring to Maryland . He plans a career in academic medicine , relaxing in his spare time with tennis, skiing, trap and skeet shooting and sailing. ELLIOT ALESKOW, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Elliot received his undergraduate degree from College Park , where he refined his ability to procure old exams - a skill which served him well through four long years in Baltimore . His future plans are not firm, but at last report he is investigating the possibility of opening a chain of nursing homes . MARK DOUGLAS ANDREWS, M.D. Washington Adventists Hospital Family Medicine Mark met wife Susie at Duke while pursuing a B . S . in Psychology . He is a member of AOA and an early graduate with the Psych tract. Following completion of his residency and Susie’s Master’s in Plant Pathology , they look forward to setting up practice either in North Carolina or on Maryland’s Eastern shore. Although he enjoys outpatient work, Mark comments , ’ ’ Hospitals turn me off . ” ANTHONY ALEXANDER ARZ, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Pathology Tony has many academic credits to his name - a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from Princeton and a Master ' s from Yale. His spare time is spent with wife Leopoldine , and he enjoys reading , hiking and traveling . He plans a career in the Baltimore area . RICHARD BACHARACH, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Scratch graduated from Penn’s Honors Psychology program and participated in the Psych tract while here. He and wife Ellen are going on in Psych but their ultimate destination is uncertain . He was pan of the Sunday morning soccer contingent and also enjoys photography, camping and Sci Fi. He can’t ’’think of any great epitaph, ” but he ' s glad it’s finished . JONATHAN NOAH BASS, M.D. L.A. County Harbor General Pediatrics Jon graduated from Rochester with a degree in Psychology . He is a member of both the Psych tract and AOA . He has served electively with the Public Health Service at St. Elizabeth’s in D.C. and on an Indian reservation in Oklahoma . He plans an academic career in both Peds and Child Psych (with a department chairmanship ultimately - ed . ) STUART BRUCE BELL, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine After his undergraduate work at College Park , Stu spent two years at Guadalajara before returning to the University of Maryland . He will stay in Baltimore for his residency and plans a practice in 130 primary care. He’s a nice, easy going guy whose interests include tennis , guitar , music and traveling . RONALD SAMUEL BENENSON, M.D. York Hospital Flexible Ron graduated from Johns Hopkins with a degree in Natural Sciences. He is a friendly, easy going guy who was a pleasure to work with on the wards . An avid lacrosse fan as well as a horse racing buff, he plans a general practice upon completion of his training . MICHAEL PAUL BEY , M . D . University of Connecticut Family Practice Mike is an engineer turned doctor from the University of Maryland . He is an avid sailor and spent as much free time as possible on the Eastern shore . Among his other interests are color photography and designing electronic dark room equipment. Wife Mary is a nurse at University Hospital. Mike leaves us with one thought, ’’Surf ' s up! " DOUGLAS ALAN BOENNING, M.D. Children ' s Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatrics A member of the Bolton Hill group , Doug will be entering a practice in pediatrics . He will be remembered for his joint parties with Bob and Terry as well as for the magician talents of his look alike brother . A large part of his time has been devoted to the renovation of his Victorian rowhouse. JOSEPH LEE BRAUN, M.D. Wilford Hall Medical Center Anesthesia Aerospace Medicine As a member of the Psych tract , Joe began his residency early at Wilford Hall in San Antonio , Texas. He is a military man with an undergraduate degree in Engineering . His plane and his Porsche occupy some of his extracurricular hours . He is one of the " fortunate” few to have experienced the doctor- patient relationship from the cold end of the stethoscope . MARC STEVEN BRESLER, M.D. Kaiser Foundation Hospital Family Practice Marc received the Ciba Good Samaritan Award largely on the strength of his input to the class and his work at Tuerk House. He was elected into AO A in his junior year. He is completing his senior year on the wards of Hadassah Hospital in Israel where he hopes to return after a Malibu Beach residency . DAVID ELLIOTT BRIGHT, M.D. Grady Memorial Hospital Surgical - Flexible Dave, or " Notso " as he is known to his friends, received his Bachelor ' s degree in Chemistry from Duke University . He was the winner of the AOA Student Research Competition . He spent those empty hours while in medical school jogging , swimming , playing tennis and visiting penpals . Dave plans a career in Orthopedics and hopes to eventually buy a horse farm. ROBERT JOSEPH BRUMBACK, M.D. Temple University Hospital Surgery Bob is a Chemistry graduate from Washington Lee University who plans a career as an orthopedist in sports medicine . This is perhaps a reflection of his interests in lacrosse, tubing, fishing and running. His father muses, " There’s my son who wanted to grow up and be a doctor. So far he’s only become a doctor. " 131 GARY BRENT BURGEE, M.D. Williamsport Hospital Family Practi ce Brent is a graduate from " The John " in Natural Sciences . He plans to have a rural practice , probably in New England. He’s a man of many interests which include lacrosse , cabinet making , gardening and living the good life with wife Terry. JEFFREY PAUL CAHILL, M.D. John Peter Smith Hospital Family Practice Jeff is a Carnegie -Mellon graduate in Chemistry who plans a family practice in a small to medium sized town. His outside activities include singing in the Church Choir, tennis, Columbia soccer league, being an expert bridge player and camping . He was elected to AOA in his junior year. Jeff and wife Karen are happy to be moving to Texas to join their family. STUART ALAN CHALEW, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Stu joined our ranks after graduating from College Park in Zoology . He was in the Pediatric Tracking Program and plans a career in pediatrics , as well as a long happy life with wife Gail . MARIE DICKSON CHATHAM, M.D. Baltimore City Hospitals Internal Medicine Marie combines the sweetness of a Southern Belle with ambition and intelligence . She graduated from Millsaps College in Jackson , Mississippi . Her husband Franklin is currently a cardiology fellow at Johns Hopkins. She plans to combine a career and a family " someday. " Marie wants an internal medicine practice , possibly subspecializing in pulmonary medicine . She may return to her home in Mississippi to set up practice . DENNIS JOSEPH CHODNICKI, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Dennis spent his undergraduate years at Mount St . Mary’s College. He looks forward to private practice in internal medicine . His outside activities include working on the blood drawing team , camping and jogging . As an Ellicott City native , he is an avid supporter of the Colts and Orioles - win or lose . EL WOOD ALEXANDER COBEY, M.D. Tripler Army Hospital Obstetrics -Gynecology Elwood is an ex-engineer who looks forward to moving wife Mary -Lou and their three children to the sun, sand and water. While serving with the military in Honolulu , he plans to improve his sailing skills whenever the delivery suite is quiet . A member of AOA, he advises, " Never take yourseif too seriously. " MAXIE TYRONE COLLIER, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Maxie graduated from Vanderbilt and did graduate work in African Studies at Howard. Wife Betty cares for their six children while holding an Assistant Professorship in Economics at Federal City College . Maxie has been SNMA President as well as serving on the Student Council , the Curriculum Committee and Human Dimensi ons in Medical Education . A member of the Psych tract , he plans a private practice with some teaching in the Baltimore - Washington area . GENE OLIVER CRAWFORD, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Obstetrics- Gynecology Gene did his undergrad work at Oakwood College in Math and Chemistry and received his Master ' s in Mathematics from the University of Alabama . He and wife Rozena have three children: Michele (11), Gene (4) and Kristen (6 mos.). As he leaves us, Gene wishes " Bon Voyage University of Maryland. " Gene plans to follow in the footsteps of Dr. Edwards, a prominent Washington obstetrician. MICHAEL CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, M.D. Florida Hospital Family Practice Mike is a quiet, sincere fellow who spent his undergraduate years at Mount St. Mary ' s College majoring in Biology. His future plans include enjoying the sunny weather in Florida , setting up a private practice , and continuing his hobbies of sketching and painting . HOWARD MARC CUSHNER, M.D. William Beaumont Hospital Flexible Howard is a College Park graduate destined for a flexible year in Royal Oak, Michigan. His future plans include a June wedding and a medical residency . ALAN STEVEN DAVIS, M.D. University of Pennsylvania Surgery Al ' s pre-med credentials include a Master ' s degree in Biology from Michigan State. While he ' s been here, Alan has served on numerous faculty-student committees , including the Deans Committee , Curriculum Committee , and Student Council , showing his concern for quality education. He was also elected to AOA after his third year , and has long been a member of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity . His immediate plans include a surgery residency at the Univ. of Penn, and he hopes to be involved in teaching at a major university center. ROBERT JOHN DAVIS, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Surgery Bob is an outgoing, ambitious fellow who received his B.S. in Biology and Ph.D. in Anatomy from the University of Maryland . Bob plans to be a plastic surgeon. He spends his free time with wife Donna Marie or playing rugby with the Chesapeake Rugby Club. WILLIAM JOSEPH DICHTEL, JR. , M.D. Baylor College of Medicine Surgery Bill is a Biology major from Johns Hopkins and a member of AOA . Bill plans to enter private practice in general surgery after fulfilling his army commitment. Bill’s activities included a family practice preceptorship , fellowships in pediatrics and infectious diseases , and a surgery externship . MICHAEL JOHN DOMANSKI, M.D. Hershey Medical Center Internal Medicine Mike received his degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. It ' s too early to be sure of his plans , following a Penn State residency. He enjoys golf but reports he’s had little time to devote to anything but medicine during the last four years. GEORGE WALTER DUNCAN, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine George completed undergraduate work in Chemistry at Cornell University before joining our class . In his spare time , George works as a tennis instructor and plays in tournaments regularly . He travelled to Alaska for ambulatory medicine during the senior year. STEPHEN KENNETH DYAL, M.D. Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine Steve is a native of Greenbelt , Md . who did his undergraduate work in Physics at College Park . After a medical residency at Mercy Hospital , he plans to enter a group practice in internal medicine . He and wife Irene like to spend their extra hours with daughter Theresa . 133 WILLARD A VIRGINIA EDWARDS , M.D. Greater Baltimore Medical Center Internal Medicine Willarda moved north to Baltimore following undergraduate work at the University of Texas in El Paso. She plans to spend four years in the Navy following her residency. Willarda served as class secretary through our four years . RONA BETH EISEN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Obstetrics - Gynecology Rona completed three years of undergraduate training in Zoology at College Park before entering medical school . She and husband Stuart will be remaining in the Baltimore area while she pursues a residency in Ob-Gyn. Rona was elected to AOA in her junior year. Extracurricular activities include ceramics , biking and tennis . GREGORY BERTRAM EMERY, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Greg is a Loyola graduate with a degree in Biology . After an internship , Greg plans a residency in Anesthesiology, preferably on the west coast. He enjoys music and was lead singer for " Glossus. ” Other interests include cycling , volleyball and an occasional game of tennis . RICHARD MARK EPSTEIN, M.D. Grady Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Rich received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland . He will be traveling to Atlanta for his residency , after which he plans to practice internal medicine . Extracurricular activities include tennis , skiing and piano . HARRY S. ETTER, M.D. San Diego Naval Hospital Internal Medicine Harry graduated from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology with a degree in chemistry. He and wife Mattie recently became parents with the birth of Kristin . Harry is an avid hunter and fisherman . CLIFFORD STEPHEN FABER, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Cliff graduated from Emory University in Biology . His hobbies are camping and spelunking . He plans to become Board Certified in internal medicine and is uncertain of his plans thereafter. FREDERIC THOMAS FARRA, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Rick, a former electrical engineer from College Park, plans a future as an internist or cardiologist away from the city. He and wife Barbara enjoy hiking , biking and antique shopping . KENDALL REESE FAULKNER, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Kendall received her degree in Biology from Western Maryland College. She will intern at the " U” and plans a career in internal medicine . Kendall has become very adept at crossword puzzles during the past few years. She wants to be a concert pianist and looks forward to her first lesson. JAMES FELD, M.D. University of Miami Hospitals Family Practice Jim received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from UCLA . He will be moving south for his residency, and plans to practice family medicine in a location that is presently undetermined . He likes to spend his free time traveling . RICHARD JAY FELDMAN, M.D. York Hospital Internal Medicine Rich is a College Park Zoology graduate who is Pennsylvania bound with wife Ruth Nimmo . Future plans involve either an ophthalmology residency or a career in emergency medicine . He is remembered for his lunch time chess matches . Other interests include skiing , photography and the trumpet , and he ' s " Glad it’s over. " STEPHANIE LYNNE FERTMAN, M.D. Sinai Hospital Internal Medicine Stephanie spent her undergraduate years at College Park receiving her degree in General Physical Science . She and husband David will be staying in the Baltimore area for the next few years . Stephanie plans a career in either an internal medicine group practice or in an Emergency Room . She enjoys painting, racquet ball, jogging, camping and hiking. Future plans include raising a family and starting an aviary . ROBERT THOMAS FISHER, JR. , M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery Bob spent his pre-med years at West Virginia University . He met his wife Elizabeth in his hometown of Frederick , Maryland . Bob plans to have a private practice in orthopedic surgery in a community of thirty to fifty thousand . His hobbies include hunting , fishing , and tennis . ELLIOT K. FISHMAN, M.D. Sinai Hospital Radiology - Diagnostic Elliot, originally from the " slums of Coney Island " in Brooklyn, New York, spent his undergraduate years at College Park. He opted to spend his free time in the Catskills, working there as a waiter for seven summers and as a family practice preceptee for two summers . Elliot plans to practice radiology in a medium sized town in New York State, of course . PATRICIA DIANE FOSARELLI, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Pat graduated from Notre Dame in Chemistry . She has wanted to be a pediatrician since she was 12 years old , and has worked in a pediatric preceptorship throughout her four years of medical school. She was very active in class affairs, being the class Vice-President in her junior and senior years, as well as representative to the Clinical Years Committee . Personal interests include music , drama and tennis . DONNA LUCAS FRANKEL, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Donna received her Master ' s degree in Clinical Nutrition from Cornell University and her Bachelors in Home Economics from Purdue University. She enjoys homemaking, gardening, sewing and card playing . Donna is an active member of Phi DE and plans a career in rehabilitation medicine . SAMUEL DAVID FRIEDEL, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Sam graduated from College Park with a degree in Zoology. He and wife Fern plan on remaining in the Baltimore -Washington area to keep close to family and friends. His professional future will be devoted to a private practice. Sam enjoys sports and photography in his spare time . JACQUELINE CARTER FULTON , M.D. Mercy Hospital Pediatrics Jackie is a Chemistry graduate of Morgan State University who had many extracurricular activities during medical school. These included family practice preceptorships , tutoring , SAMA , SNMA and NAACP . She and husband Tony are presently renovating their home on Reservior Hill. Jackie plans to enter a private group practice in pediatrics in the Baltimore inner city . Says Jackie, " Thanks Tony , ' ’ who was a great support . FRANCIS H. GEORGE, M.D. York Hospital Flexible Following a Psychology degree from Catholic University, Frank taught high school Chemistry and Psychology for two years . His activities at Maryland include the Psych tract , Medical School Council , Electives Committee , initiating the note taking service and Student Council. He is editor of the ’77 Terra Mariae Medicus. Frank and Jeanne, a graphic designer, enjoy skiing, sailing, chess, tennis and photography . Future plans involve a Georgetown Radiology residency and an academic position in either Boston or Washington. LINDA LEE GEORGE, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Linda graduated Phi Beta Kappa from College Park in Microbiology. She plans to follow up her pediatric residency with three years in the Public Health Service and a fellowship in either pediatric infectious diseases or hematology-oncology. Medical school will be remembered as a ’’frustrating and exhausting experience . ’ ’ ALAN STUART GERTLER, M.D. Medical University of S . Carolina Internal Medicine A1 is a College Park graduate in Zoology and Microbiology . Following a medical residency in the sunny south , he plans to do a fellowship in either cardiology or infectious diseases. Al’s outside interests include tennis, golf, biking and camping. Referring to his relationship with Doris he says, " It’s inevitable.” GREGORY R. GIBBENS, M.D. Aultman Hospital Association Family Practice Greg is from the far west, doing undergraduate work as well as the first two years of medical school at the University of Nevada in Reno . He and wife Glenda are expecting their first child in May. They will be moving to Ohio for his residency. ELLIOTT LAWRENCE GILPEER, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Elliott majored in Zoology at George Washington University before traveling to Baltimore for medical school . He plans a career in internal medicine . Elliott would like to " thank my teachers and wish the best of luck to my classmates. " JEROME HERMAN GINSBERG, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Jerry spent his undergraduate years at George Washington University, majoring in Zoology. He plans to practice internal medicine in Baltimore . His hobbies include basketball , tennis , raising tropical fish and spending time with wife Barbara . ANNE CAROL GOLDBERG, M.D. Michael Reese Hospital Internal Medicine Anne is a graduate of Harvard with a degree in Biology. She and William were married at the end of her freshman year. She was elected to AOA in her junior year and plans a career in academic medicine . BEVERLI SUE GOLDBERG, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Beverli was accepted to medical school after three years at College Park. After six months at South Baltimore General Clinic , she will specialize in Psychiatry at the University of Maryland . She plans to practice psychiatry , teach psychiatry , and to " keep her head together while doing the first two. " She enjoys eating, sleeping, drinking beer and watching Sesame Street. NEIL DAVID GOLDBERG, M.D. Grady Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Neil is a graduate of College Park whose interests lie in the out of doors - tennis , sailing , skiing and horseback riding . He was elected into AOA during his junior year and plans a career in gastroenterology. " Goldie” and Carole will be moving to Atlanta for his residency . GERALD GOLDSTEIN, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Jerry studied Psychology during his undergraduate years at College Park. He enjoys outdoor sports, particularly sailing and skiing. He offers a special tribute to Debbie, who " stuck by me thru thick and thin. " DONALD JOSEPH GORDON, M.D. Brooke Army Medical Center Surgery Don holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry and taught at West Point before joining our class. He will be returning to the " Army life " for his residency. Wife Judy and his two sons are looking forward to a move to Texas. CHARLES RAYMOND GRAHAM, JR. , M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Chuck received his degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and served with the armed forces before entering medical school . His future plans are uncertain . ROGER FRANK GRAYSON, M.D. Hartford Hospital Flexible Roger traveled to Baltimore from St. Louis where he studied Biology . He plans an anesthesiology residency following his internship . His extracurricular activities include travel , track and karate. He leaves us with, " Thanks to all who cared and helped; a la prochaine fois . . . " CHARLES EDWARD GREEN, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Internal Medicine Chuck, a graduate of Johns Hopkins in Biology, served as sophomore class Vice-President, as well as freshman class Student Council representative . Chuck worked during the summers as a skilled carpenter. Interests involve outdoor life, including skiing , black powder musket shooting , hunting and fishing. He, wife Sandy and son Chuck hope to move to a small community or rural area after residency . NATHANIEL GEORGE HAGLER, III, M.D. York Hospital Internal Medicine Nat finished college at Dartmouth in three years . Following his residency in Pennsylvania , his plans are unclear, but will involve a lucrative practice. STEVEN ANTHONY HALE, M.D. Florida Hospital Family Practice Steve did his undergraduate work in Pre-Med at West Virginia University . His outside interests are summer-oriented , including golf and tennis . Following his Florida residency , he plans a private or small group practice . KENNETH HALL HANGER, JR. , M.D. Medical University of S . Carolina Internal Medicine Ken is a Biochemistry graduate of the University of Kansas. He was elected into AOA in his junior year. He and wife Robin will be traveling south for his residency. Ken enjoys boating and skiing. About medical school, he says, " Thank God it ' s over. " NORMAN HARRIS, M.D. Texas Medical Branch Hospital Obstetrics - Gynecology Norman transferred from Guadalajara and spent his clinical years with us , He is a busy dad who plans on moving wife and two kids to Galveston , Texas . MARLENE THERESA HAYMAN, M.D. Albany Medical Center Hospital Internal Medicine Marlene graduated from College Park as a Zoology major. Her activities included blood drawing team and working in the blood bank, secretary and Vice- President of A.M.S.A. , fellowships in rheumatic fever prevention as well as several family practice preceptorships . ”1 kept my sanity through school by relaxing to music , playing guitar , and most recently ice skating and traveling . ' ’ She plans a career in primary care . MARTIN ISAAC HERMAN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Marty is an accomplished pharmacist who received our envy and respect when we struggled through our pharmacology course . After completing a pediatrics residency , he plans to work with the Public Health Service and then enter private practice. Wife Marilyn has been a devoted supporter . JOHN EDWARD HERRING, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine John is a College Park graduate with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He enjoys outdoor sports, especially riding . Future plans include the Public Health Service . HOWARD COBLENTZ HINES, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine A graduate of Western Maryland College with a degree in Biology , Howard plans a career in either general internal medicine or emergency medicine . His hobbies include swimming , camping , bicycling and classical music . DALIA RACHEL HIRSCH, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine " Dalia came to us as Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a rare sense of humanity and a host of talents including singing , guitar , piano and dance . She managed to whip the guys at tennis and single handedly led the class of ’77 on some wild Maine ski trips. Her parties on the Chesapeake Bay , getting all her friends marooned on faulty motor-fishing boats, won’t be forgotten. ” - - D.H. F. BROOKS HODNETTE, M.D. Tulane University Surgery Brooks graduated from the University of Alabama as a Chemistry major and spent his first two years of medical school at Guadalajara. He, Sandy and Brooks , III , will again be moving south , this time to New Orleans. CHRISTOPHER FRANK JAMES, M.D. University of Florida Surgery Chris is a graduate of Hampden -Sydney College who is well known for his musical talents. He is a member of AOA . As appropriately stated by a surgeon, ”1 didn’t plan to rupture on out of here. ” CURTIS ARNOLD JOHNSTON, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pathology Curt graduated from Y ale as a Molecular Biologist . He is proud of his family - wife Susan and son Kenneth . Curt is a member of AOA who plans a career in academic pathology . RONALD LEE KAHN, M.D. Vermont Medical Center Internal Medicine Ron , a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania in Biochemistry, will be remembered for his successful efforts to organize our class ' soccer games. Other activities include guitar playing , woodworking and bicycling. He plans a general practice after a New England residency . RICHARD KELMENSON, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Rick attended the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Environmental Biology . He and Diane were married after his sophomore year in medical school . He plans a career in pediatrics . RONALD J. KENDIG, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Ron completed his undergraduate work in Physics at Cornell University . Before entering med school , he worked for a year with the Biophysics Department at Hopkins . He did his senior ambulatory rotation in Alaska . Ron enjoys racing sailboats in his free time . ITA MARGUERITE KILLEEN, M.D. Duke University Family Practice Ita completed three years of undergraduate work in a combined med -arts program at College Park before entering medical school . She did a neurology elective at Queen Square Hospital in London during her senior year and toured Europe for a month . Ita will be moving to Durham for her residency . HORACE WILLIAM KING, JR. , M.D. University of Tennessee Flexible Horace will be moving to Knoxville for training , along with wife Carolyn and one year old Jeremiah. His activities during medical school included sophomore Curriculum Committee membership. STEVEN ALAN KING, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Steve graduated from the University of Rochester with a degree in Biology . Beyond a career in Psychiatry, his major interest is writing. MARTIN K OLLER, M.D. Mount Zion Hospital Psychiatry After undergraduate work in Chemistry at Franklin and Marshall College , Many completed studies for his M.P.H. degree at the University of Texas. He will be leaving Baltimore for a San Francisco residency in Psychiatry . ROBERT ANTHONY KONKOL, M.D. Greater Baltimore Medical Center Internal Medicine Bob , a graduate of Franklin and Marshall , was a member of the Combined Accelerated Psychiatry Program . His future plans include doing a residency in Psychiatry at University Hospital and living the good life with wife -to -be Nancy. DAVID ALLAN LACHER, M.D. Beth Israel Hospital Pathology Dave graduated in Biochemistry from College Park . Extracurricular activities include the Campus Inn , stamp collecting , tennis and swimming . He and Dale were married after his junior year, and both look forward to moving to Boston. Dave says, " I would like to wish the rest of the class a great , enjoyable future . ’ ’ DONALD EDWARD LAVAY, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Don graduated from American University as a Psychology major. His outside interest range from drinking and smoking to other assorted vices . He plans a private practice in the Baltimore -Washington area. PHILIP H. LA VINE, M.D. Franklin Square Hospital Family Practice Phil graduated from College Park in Psychology . While living in a coed dorm there , he met his future wife Alexis. Phil was in the Combined Accelerated Program in Psychiatry . He now plans a career in family practice . SHELDON HUGH LERMAN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery A graduate of Clark University with a degree in Biology , Sheldon attended Chicago Medical School before transferring to Maryland in his junior year. His hobbies include sailing and playing clarinet. SAMUEL V. LICHTENSTEIN, M.D. Toronto General Surgery After completing work on his doctorate at Johns Hopkins , Sam came to University of Maryland to earn his M.D. degree. His wife Judith is a medical student in Philadelphia. Canadian-born Sam plans to return to Toronto for a residency in cardiovascular surgery . STEPHEN DEXTER LINCOLN, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Surgery Steve spent his undergraduate years at Tulane University where he majored in Chemistry. He transferred to our class from Guadalajara. He and his wife Roseanna plan to remain in the Washington area. His parting words are, " ino se deje dar gato por liebre ! ' ’ EDGAR JONATHAN LISANSKY, M.D. Hahnemann Medical Center Internal Medicine John ' s academic achievements are reflected in his undergraduate Microbiology degree from Syracuse as well as his joint Master’s degree in Epidemiology and Microbiology from Upstate Medical Center. He plans a career in Internal Medicine . ROBERT ANDREW LOEB, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Flexible Bob spent his undergraduate years both at Hopkins and at College Park. He plans a career in ophthalmology and will begin his Ophthalmology residency at University Hospital in July, 1978. His interests are photography and sports , and he reflects on leaving, " I would like to thank all those people who helped make my medical school years so rewarding and pleasurable . ' ’ MARC A. LURIE, M.D. Brooke Army Medical Center Pediatrics Marc and wife Emily will be moving to Fort Sam Houston, Texas for his residency. He plans a career in general pediatrics and enjoys classical music and art history in his spare time . EVA MAGIROS, M.D. Medical College of Virginia Surgery Evie returned to her native town after undergraduate study at College Park. During medical school, she worked on the blood drawing team and as a medical extern at Union Memorial Hospital. A lover of the outdoors, Evie likes to scuba dive, camp and cycle. She plans a career in general or plastic surgery . GARY MAGRAM, M.D. Johns Hopkins Hospital Surgery " That is well said, replied Candide , But we must cultivate our garden . ' - Voltaire CLIFFORD L. MALANOWSKI, JR. , M.D. Maryland General Hospital Flexible Cliff completed his undergraduate work at Johns Hopkins. His plans following at Maryland General residency are uncertain . GREGORY LEE MARROCCO , M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Primary Care Greg is a Loyola graduate who has in the past few years developed special skills in urb.an grand prix street driving as well as in table tennis (thanks to ARO and Psychiatry). He wishes " special thanks and love to my wife , Patricia , my mother Ethelyn , and the rest of my family and to the taxpayers of the USA without whose assistance this work could never have been completed. ” He sums up his medical philosophy with, " An M.D. behind one ' s name does not necessarily make one a physician . ' WILLIAM GEORGE MARTIN , M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Bill graduated from Princeton as an English major. He has a beautiful voice, sings professionally, and met his wife Janet while on a concert tour in Europe. Bill plans to do a residency in ophthalmology at the Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia . He eventually hopes to return to Maryland to live . JUDITH ANNE MASLAR, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery Judy graduated from the University of Maryland , College Park, in Microbiology . During medical school , she worked on the blood drawing team and did summer fellowships in the Shock Trauma Unit. Judy plans to specialize in plastic surgery . MARY IRENE MAVROMATIS , M.D. Brooklyn State Hospital Psychiatry Mary transferred to dur class as a sophomore from N . Y . U . , where she did her undergraduate work in Psychobiology . Outside interests include the University Tae Kwon Do Club. She says, " Special thanks to Bob and John who got me out of the tree . ’ ' She and husband Mark Hirsch look forward to returning to New York. PAUL ARCHER MCCLELLAND , M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Paul concentrated on Physics at Syracuse University . He and wife Peg are expecting their first child. He enjoys the piano and cycling. The Psych Tract occupied his spare time at Maryland . GLENN STEVEN MEREWITZ, M.D. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Internal Medicine Glenn is a College Park graduate in Biochemistry . After graduating early , he did a six month Pediatrics internship at South Baltimore General . He plans a Medicine practice in the North East . ELLIS MEZ, M.D. Maryland General Hospital Internal Medicine Ellis holds an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Franklin and Marshall College . He and Micki were married during medical school . He plans to enter a primary care group practice, and enjoys softball and photography . JOHN PALM MILLER, III, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Surgery John is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in Psychology . Summers between medical school included externships at both Union Memorial and Maryland General. Plans start with a surgical residency in Baltim ore . Interests include traveling and most outdoor sports , including tennis , swimming and baseball. John would like to ’’thank my family and friends, who were behind me all the way and believed in me to the end . ’ ’ JOHN SHREVE MINKOWSKI, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Primary Care John is a Princeton graduate in Mathematics , who will be one of the first to enter University Hospital’s new Primary Care residency program . Career possibilities include both internal medicine and ophthalmology . His outside interests are squash and his ’57 Chevy. EDWARD BARRY MISHNER, M.D. Medical College of Virginia Obstetrics - Gynecology Ed is a graduate of College Park in Zoology and plans a private Obstetrics and Gynecology practice . He married wife Ann during medical school and they are expecting their first child shortly . EDWARD JAMES MORRIS, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Obstetrics - Gynecology Ed is a graduate of Loyola with a degree in Biology . He and Mary were married during medical school and they are anxious to move into their new home in Sherwood Forest . Ed plans a private practice in the Annapolis area . Extracurricular activities include lacrosse and drinking beer . COLEMAN ALBERT MOSLEY, JR. , M.D. Bethesda Naval Medical Center Flexible Coleman is a Biophysics graduate of the University of Pennsylvania . Following several years of pushing penicillin for the fleet, he plans a career in Nuclear Medicine . Nothing the unjust man said is just nor un the just replied . JEFFREY FRANCIS MOSSER, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Jeff is a Zoology graduate of Duke University who plans to follow in his Dad’s footsteps by doing a Neurology residency after his internship . Bom at University Hospital 24 years before , Jeff and wife Michelle returned to have a son here one week after Match Day. The family is covered by the same federal regulations that protect salmon and migratory birds . JAMES CLARKE MURPHY, III, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery Jim is a graduate of Colgate University who plans a career in either general or plastic surgery . When not skiing , sailing or flying , Murph would be found on winter mornings riding to school in his dune buggy . PAULOFFIT, M.D. Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Paul is a Tuft ' s graduate with a degree in Psychology. He enjoys tennis , swimming, boating and surfing, which is one of the major reasons he chose Pittsburgh for residency training. LEE ROBERTS PENNINGTON, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Lee , a graduate of Duke University , has avid interests in boating , scuba diving , cycling , as well as medicine . He plans a private practice as an internist between jaunts on his yacht. GERALD PAUL PERMAN, M.D. George Washington University Psychiatry Jerry is a College Park graduate with majors in Psychology and Biochemistry . He transferred to our class from Brussels, Belgium in 1976. He and wife Elsa are Washington bound for residency. ROBERT T. PETERSON, M.D. University of South Florida Internal Medicine Bob spent his undergraduate years at Johns Hopkins in Natural Sciences. Bob and Terry were married during medical school . His future plans include basking in the Florida sunshine , getting a tan , and playing tennis . GREGORY N. PINKERTON, M.D. South Baltimore General Hospital Internal Medicine Greg studied Zoology at College Park . Following internship , he will spend two years in the Public Health Service . He will then complete his residency and set up a private practice in the Washington suburbs. He leaves us " only by the grace of God. " MICHAEL CHARLES PISTOLE, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Mike is a Biochemistry graduate from College Park . He developed his style , elegance and clinical expertise while working as a chef at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel . He plans a private practice as a general internist . STEPHEN JOSEPH PLANTHOLT, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Internal Medicine Steve is a Loyola graduate who plans either to set up a general practice after his residency or to pursue a cardiology fellowship. He and Jan plan to start a family " someday. " He will probably remain in the Baltimore area and hopes to keep in touch with his classmates , whose friendships he cherishes . CALVIN EDWIN PLITT, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery Calvin, a graduate of Western Maryland College, was a member of the Year I Curriculum Planning Committee during the first two years of medical school. He is a member of AOA and plans a private practice in Maryland. " I wish to thank my wife, Janet, and my family for their tolerance these last several years , which have been busy but downright enjoyable. " ASTRIDA PLUCIS - TURKOPULS , M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Family Practice Toni is a Zoology graduate from College Park . She and husband Peter plan to remain in the Annapolis area after her residency. She enjoys most sports, including volleyball , ice skating , cycling and skiing . Concerning her years in medical school , she comments, " I survived. " TERRENCE LOUIS POSLUSZNY, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Terry spent his undergraduate years at the University of Notre Dame in Chemistry. He is well known for his musical talents and holds the class record for sustaining the largest number of fractures . He and Sharon (Chuck ' s sister) were married during medical school. As he leaves us he says, " In retrospect, the last four years hold many fine times. However, only a few would bear repeating. " BARRY STEVEN RASKIN, M.D. University of Hawaii Internal Medicine Barry spent his undergraduate years at College Park . He won ' t enjoy the skiing in Hawaii, but he has wife, Rose, and newborn daughter , Allison, to solace him. SUSAN LEE REIMER, M.D. Cleveland Clinic Hospital Pediatrics Sue and Ron are the proud parents of new son Jared , bom in February. After a year in India, Sue received a B . S . and M . S . in Genetics from Michigan State University . She spent her first two years of medical school at Northwestern University and is considering a genetics fellowship. STEVEN HOWARD RESNICK, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine A Zoology major from College Park, " The Rez " plans a clinical practice with academic affiliation. Steve enjoys skiing and photography in his spare time. ROBERT NELSON ROBISON, M.D. Harrisburg Hospital Family Practice Bob graduated from Western Maryland College with a B. A. in Chemistry. He is a devoted husband to his wife Debbie , and an active member of Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity. He plans a family practice in a small town. GARRY DENNIS RUBEN , M.D. University of Pennsylvania Surgery Garry is a Tufts University graduate who plans a career in general or pediatric surgery . Extracurricular activities include: class president and AOA Vice President, as well as " stud. ” Although he puts on an air of extreme self confidence, many of us realize he ' s human at heart. MICHAEL NEAL RUBINSTEIN, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Mickey graduated from Wesleyan University as a Biology major and spent his first two years of medical school at George Washington University in D . C . Soon after , he married Erica Coleman . He looks forward to a primary care practice . DONALD EARL RUSSELL, M.D. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital Surgery Don did his Pre Med at Iowa University . He plans an ENT career in the Baltimore area. He enjoys Karate and " things that are clean. " JOHN THOMAS SALKELD, M.D. Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine John is a Zoology graduate of College Park , who plans to return to the D . C . area for private practice . He is well known for his interest in athletics from team sports to skiing , boating and tennis . John and Catherine Calabrese are to be married on June 11th of this year. " Anybody up for some B ' ball in the Psych Gym? " HOWARD M. SANDLER, M.D. Howard is another College Park graduate who found his way to this medical school . He will be taking a year off from the rigors of postgraduate training to heal his battered body . His future plans revolve around either psychiatry or a general medical practice . MICHAEL T. SCHEERER, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Surgery Mike is a Biology graduate from Albright College in Reading who plans a career as an orthopedic surgeon . Mike ' s interests include wife Barbara, photography and sailing. " How times flies” is Mike ' s departing comment. LOUIS L. SCHIMEL, M.D. Cincinnati Medical Center Pediatrics Lou is a College Park graduate in Microbiology . He plans a career in pediatrics and psychiatry , concentrating on behavorial problems in the handicapped and chronically ill. " I ' d like to thank Misbah Kahn as a shining example of kindness and dedication to humanity . ’ ’ DANIEL M. SCHUMAN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Surgery Danny transferred to the University from Guadalajara, Mexico. He and his wife just moved to a new home to make room for their baby due in July . Danny plans a career in ENT . ROBERT NEIL SCHWARTZ , M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Bob completed his undergraduate work as an English major. He plans a career in child and adolescent psychiatry in the D.C. area. " Sheppard” enjoys teaching yoga , gardening , backpacking and living . ROBERT HENRY SEAMON, M.D. York Hospital Internal Medicine A Hopkins grad with a degree in Biophysics , Bob plans a career in primary care - destination unknown. He enjoys lacrosse, art (Dadaism - Surrealism) and music . Bob’s parting comment, " If wishes were fishes, we ' d all take a swim. ” MICHAEL STUART SELLMAN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Mike left Emory University after three years to join our class. He keeps himself in shape with long distance running , bicycling and working for an orange belt in karate . He plans a career in neurology. Now that it’s all over he claims, ’Tve had a great time . ' ’ WILLIAM SHAPIRO, M.D. San Francisco General Hospital Anesthesiology Bill is a graduate of University of Maryland , College Park, with a degree in Mathematics. He joined our class after initial study at University Autonoma of Guadalajara. He will be traveling to the west coast for residency . HENRY LYON SHERWOOD , M.D. North Carolina Memorial Hospital Anesthesiology Henry plans to have a private practice , a house on the water and a dog. He and Sue enjoy skiing and scuba diving . On leaving medical school he says , " Surprisingly, after four years, it’s over. There are a lot of friends I ' ll miss. We ' ve shared the good and the bad . Mostly , we remember the good . ’ ’ RICHARD B. SILVER, M.D. University of Minnesota Hospitals Surgery Richard is among those who joined our ranks in the clinical years. He plans a career in cardiovascular surgery . BRUCE HOWARD SINDLER, M.D. Boston City Hospital Internal Medicine Bruce joined our class in September, 1975 as a transfer from Chicago Medical School . He completed his undergraduate work in Biology at Syracuse University. Bruce enjoys going to the race track and taking walks with his wife Barbara . DENNIS MICHAEL SMITH, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Internal Medicine Smitty is a Loyola grad who plans to remain in the Baltimore area after residency . He plans to marry his college sweetheart , a nurse at St . Agnes , this summer. Says Smitty, " During the past four years I have met many warm and wonderful friends. " ROBERT LAWRENCE SMITH, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Bob received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Villanova and his Master ' s degree at Catholic University . He worked as a data systems analyst for the Department of Defense before entering medical school. Bob, wife Lizanne and sons Danny and Andy will be remaining in the Baltimore- D.C. area while he completes a medical residency. Bob enjoys tennis and the guitar. DIEHL MONTGOMERY SNYDER, M.D. Hershey Medical Center Family Practice Diehl spent his undergraduate years at Frostburg State College, majoring in Chemistry. Diehl was President of the Family Practice Club during his junior year and co-editor of the Aesclepian both junior and senior years . He plans a private practice in the country and a long happy life with Kitty. DOUGLAS N. STEIN, M.D. Mount Sinai Surgery Doug wins the award as the self proclaimed richest member of our class who invested his funds in apartment keys for distribution citywide. He will be well remembered for his diplomacy and for his well- timed comments from the back of the room . STEVEN GEORGE STEINBERG, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Steve graduated as a Biology major from Loyola College . Activities during medical school included externships in pathology, family practice and surgery. He was elected into AOA in his senior year. He and wife Eve enjoy folk dancing. CLYDE ARTHUR STRANG, M.D. York Hospital Surgery After graduating as a Biology major from Hood College , Clyde spent many of his medical school hours working at the Office of Medical Education . While not occupied with medicine , Clyde spends much time beekeeping . He plans a career in Urology . DAVID STROBEL, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Internal Medicine Dave entered medical school after completing his Chemistry studies at Randolph Macon . He plans a group practice in Baltimore . Camping and canoeing take him out of doors in his leisure hours . JOHN RICHARD SVIRBELY, M.D. Ohio State University Hospital Pathology John did his undergraduate work at " The Hopkins " and his future plans are to " Have a good time. " " There is not much wrong, ' tis clear. To see the rate you drink your beer. " DORIS L. SWAUGER, M.D. Medical University of South Carolina Internal Medicine A native of western Maryland , Doris traveled to the Eastern Shore for undergraduate work in Chemistry at Washington College . She entered medical school after a year ' s research with the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medicine. Career plans following internship in Charleston , S . C . are uncertain . Doris enjoys camping, biking and riding. She edited the ' 77 Terra Mariae Medicus and worked as a medical extern at MGH during her senior year. RAYMOND CHARLES TALUCCI, M.D. Tulane University Surgery Ray transferred to the class from Guadalajara. He is New Orleans bound with plans for an academic and research oriented career in cardiovascular surgery . He enjoys water sports and wants to " live to 55 and sail around the world . ' ' HAZEL McGEE-TAPE, M.D. Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Hazel received her Bachelor ' s in Biology from Tougaloo College in Mississippi and her Master ' s in Cell and Developmental Biology from " The John. " Her activities include SAMA, NAACP, yoga, and gourmet cooking . From one who has spent four long years commuting from Prince George ' s County, " Goodbye Baltimore-Washington Parkway. " SUE WILKINSON THOMPSON, M.D. Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital Psychiatry Sue is a graduate of University College . She plans at least one year of psychiatry residency before a two year stint with the Public Health Service. Uppermost in her interests are husband Jim and her children - Robin, Elissa and Erik. Summer sports, socializing and cake decorating occupy additional spare time . DAVID K. TILLEY, M.D. University of Maryland Internal Medicine Dave is a Loyola graduate with a degree in Chemistry . He spent his last semester of medical school at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Traveling is Dave’s favorite pastime. DAVID DUNCAN TINKER, M.D. E. J. Meyer Hospital Internal Medicine Dave is an English major from Amherst College who sacrificed his literary career to study medicine at the U. He will be starting his medical residency in Buffalo, New York. He enjoys canoeing, sailing and " nondescript intellectual and artistic pursuits. " MICHELLE DIANNE UHL, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Michelle received her undergraduate degree in Art History. She worked as class projectionist during the first two years of medical school . A member of AOA , Michelle will begin a residency in Psychiatry this summer. NANCY ISABEL ULANOWICZ, M.D. Union Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Nancy graduated from Notre Dame in Biology. She spent several summers on Solomon’s Island doing research in Marine Biology. Her future plans include a residency in Anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania and a " joyfilled " life with future husband Bob . STEPHEN JAMES UTTS, M.D. Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine Steve is a graduate of University of Maryland with a degree in Zoology . After residency , he will repay a four year obligation to the Air Force before entering a small group practice in the Annapolis area . He likes tennis, skiing and " playing the stereo loud. " MARK CLAYTON VACCARO, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Radiology Mark did his undergraduate work at College Park as a Psychology major. He spent his summers working on 147 the wards at NIH . Mark enjoys sailing and fishing . He plans a career in diagnostic radiology . ELLEN VOLKMAN, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Psychiatry Ellen received her Psychology degree from Clark University . She plans a career in Child Psych . Her interests are tennis and photography . JONATHAN RICHARD WALBURN , M.D. Tripler Army Medical Center Flexible Jon did his undergrad work in Biology at Washington and Jefferson College . He plans a career in pathology. He leaves us saying, " I had some good times and some bad times , but all in all , it was worth it. Aloha! " ROBERT EDWARD WEISS , M.D. St. Christopher’s Hospital Pediatrics Bob is a Mathematician from Franklin and Marshall College. He was elected to AOA in his junior year. He will be moving to Philadelphia for his pediatrics residency. BENNETT EVAN WERNER, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine Ben is a Biology -Psychology graduate from Rice University . He and wife Michelle were class projectionists during our first two years. Ben enjoys photography and has almost completed work on a darkroom in their new home . He plans to follow his residency with a two year commitment to the Public Health Service . KATHERINE CLENDENNING WHITE, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Pediatrics Kay studied Biological Sciences at Wellesley College . Her many interests and activities include " reading, going for walks , socializing, making love and (rarely) writing poetry . ’ ' Kay summarizes her outlook on life, " Happiness is not something to be actively sought; it just kind of happens to you along the way . ' ' PATRICK WILLIAM WHITE, M.D. St. Agnes Hospital Internal Medicine Pat was a Psychology major at College Park. After his residency , he plans to travel abroad before setting up a private practice in the Annapolis area . JAMES THOMAS WILKIE, M.D. York Hospital Internal Medicine Jim is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College who is returning to central Pennsylvania for his residency . He plans a career in general practice . " It ' s been a lot of fun, but all I really wanted was a cold beer, " summarizes his current outlook. ALBERT EDWARD WINYARD, III, M.D. New York Infirmary Internal Medicine A1 comes to the U . from College Park with a penchant for " chess, skydiving, motorcycling and women . " On completion of an N . Y . C . residency , he plans four years as a Flight Surgeon for the Air Force . No specialization is anticipated . ROBERT ARTHUR WISE , M.D. University of Illinois Hospital Internal Medicine Bob graduated from Purdue University in Biology . He plans to enter neurology or psychiatry eventually . It is required of a man that he should share the action and passion of his time at peril of being judged not to have lived. - Oliver Wendell Holmes " May life begin! " BARRY ALAN WOHL, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Primary Care " Barry came to us from the Honors Program at College Park. One of our younger members, he is best characterized as a quiet , thoughtful , gentle human being . He served as V . P . of the Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity and helped to organize the famed Sunday soccer games. An avid tennis and basketball player , Barry played as often as possible . During medical school , he began to ski , and now , after mastering the Rockies , insists on a trip at least once a year . Prior to graduation , he will travel out West and to Europe . ' ’ - B.W. RICHARD JOSEPH Z ANGARA, M. D. Barnes Hospital Group Internal Medicine Rich received his degree in Life Science-Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology . He is a member of the Psych tract and President of AO A. Following his St. Louis residency and a fellowship, he and wife Donna Arlene plan to settle in New England . STEVEN MURRAY ZEMEL, M.D. Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine Steve graduated from College Park with a Zoology major. He plans a Baltimore residency in internal medicine . In his spare time , he can be found at the stadium or on the golf course . STUART ALAN ZIPPER, M.D. University of Maryland Hospital Internal Medicine A Duke graduate in Psychology, Zip (alias Carnac) served as our preclinical morale officer. Stuart had an interesting senior year , with electives in San Diego , San Francisco , London , and a six week tour of Europe . However , Stu says his greatest achievement in medical school was surviving a five man carpool for two years without any argument. JAMES IRA ZISFEIN, M.D. Washington D . C . Veterans Hospital Internal Medicine Jim spent his undergrad years at the University of Rochester majoring in biology. After his residency, he plans a career in clinical neurology . PATRONS Dr. and Mrs. Morton I. Rapaport Dr. J. H. Garcia R. D. Richards, M.D. Virginia Huffer, M.D. Raymond L. Clemmens, M.D. Dr. Rodrigo Toro Thongbliew Prempree, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Edward J. Kowaleski Dr. Charles L. Wisseman, Jr. Keith L. Smith Nathan Schnaper, M.D. George E. Gallahorn, M.D. Harry C. Hull, M.D. Ellen R. Wald, M.D. Harry Robinson, Jr., M.D. Ramesh K. Khurana W. D. Tigertt, M.D. Ronald L. Gutberlet, M.D. Marianne E. Felice, M.D. Lloyd Guth, M.D. Umberto VillaSanta, M.D. E. C. B. and Mary Hall-Craggs Albert Hybl, Ph.D. Frances P. Schulter, Ph.D. William Bosma, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Hornick Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Lisansky Bernice Sigman, M.D. Charlotte Ferencz, M.D., M.P.H. Dr. Robert S. Mosser Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Ruth Baldwin, M.D. Drs. Wolfgang and Gertrud Mergner Ruth M. Latimer Mary Betty Stevens, M.D. Karl F. Mech, M.D. Paul F. Richardson, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Sarles Department of Neurology Joseph S. McLaughlin, M.D. Baltimore Cancer Research Center, Clinical Oncology Branch Granger G. Sutton, M.D. John M. Dennis, M.D. A. H. Finkelstein, M.D. E. George Elias, M.D. Charles Cannon Edwards, M.D. Herbert A. Kushner, M.D. Leonard H. Frank Murray M. Kappelman, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Gary Plotnick Dr. John N. Diaconis Louis Enrique Rivera, M.D. Theodore E. Woodward, M.D. Anonymous Donation Anonymous Donation 150 The Alumni Association of the University of Maryland School of Medicine Extends Its Congratulations to the Members of the Class of 1977 and Welcomes Them to Membership in the Medical Alumni Association Best Wishes From the Maryland Representatives of Smith, Kline French Laboratories 152 Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland Representing the Practicing Physicians of Maryland Since 1799 153 Compliments to the Class of 1977 From MARYLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL SINAI HOSPITAL OF BALTIMORE Sinai Hospital, affiliated with the University of Maryland in some departments, is proud to have on its house staff and attending staff many graduates of the School of Medicine. If you would like to join them in your post graduate educa- tion, in one of Maryland ' s most progressive community health institutions, please contact me at your earliest oppor- tunity . Spencer Foreman, M.D. Executive Vice President Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Belvedere and Greenspring Aves. 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