University of Maryland School of Medicine - Terrae Mariae Medicus (Baltimore, MD)
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TERRA MARIAE MEDICUS 1985 THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BALTIMORE, MARYLAND EDITOR: CHRIS MURPHY 1 to THE CAMPUS JOHN EAGER HOW 2 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Prologue 2 Faculty Administration 19 Students 31 Graduates 79 DAVIDGE HALL. CONSTRUCTED IN 1812 . IS NAMED FOR THE FIRST DEAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. DR. JOHN S. DAVIDGE. NOTED FOR ITS UNIQUE CLASSICAL APPEARANCE. IT IS THE OLDEST BUILDING IN THE COUNTRY USED CONTINUOUSLY FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION. THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. ESTABLISHED ; IN 1807 BY THE MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. WAS THE FIFTH TO BE FOUNDED IN THE UNITED STATES FOLLOWING MERGERS WITH BALTIMORE MEDICAL COLLEGE. 1913. AND COLLEGE OF PHYSI- CIANS AND SURGEONS. 1915. THE SCHOOL BECAME PART OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM IN 1920. MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Stop this day and night with me and you shall possess the origin of all poems, You shall possess the good of the earth and sun, You shall no longer take things at second or third hand, Nor look through the eyes of the dead, nor feed on the spectres in books, You shall not look through my eyes either, nor take things from me, You shall listen to all sides and filter them from yourself. Walt Whitman 5 6 7 BALTIMORE FAVORITES YOU WERE 8 9 OVER 1000.000 rw -OAMS SERVED ANNllAUV SEAFOOD RAW BAR • OYSTERS • CLAMS • BEER -ws: £L:unm Only food Bouqht At Faidleys Isfli 11 FOOD AND FUN! 12 13 THE INNER HARBOR • •• Maryland General Hospital » ft Mercy Hospital South Baltimore General Hospital Union Memorial Hospital St. Agnes Hospital 16 The Veteran’s Administration Hospital University Hospital 17 arm « is m vo eiuksm i DOSE BOOK M f PiM m y« 0 6 ' MEDICINE IN THE 1800 ’s 18 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 19 ADMINISTRATION Joan Bahler Dr. John Dennis Rodney DeAngelis Dr. Robert Harrell Dr. Gary Plotnick Dottie Smith Dr. Bernice Sigmund “ Peofle who wish to register their irritation should go to Room 203. Peofle who wont to exfress their anger should froceed to Room 210. And those who would like - to give vent to their frustration must wait here.” Anne 21 ANATOMY Mel and Dr. Hall-Craiggs Dr. Young Drs. Reier and Oster-Granite Dr. Kirtley Dr. Bucci NEURO SCIENCES r ■ L Dr. Max Dr. Rennels 22 Dr. Strum Dr. Oh HISTOLOGY BASIC SCIENCE FACULTY Dr. Guth Dr. Donati Dr. Lynch Dr. Hunt Dr. Lewis BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 23 PHYSIOLOGY Dr. Gonzales J Drs. Weir and Greisman m’, Dr. Channing Dr. Wise 24 Dr. Mergner Dr. Boyne Dr. Burt Dr. Albequerque PHARMACOLOGY Dr. Kaufman MICROBIOLOGY Dr. Eylar Dr. Meyer 25 CLINICAL FACULTY Dr. Theodore Woodward Dr. Plotnick Dr. Castor Dr. Calia Medicine Dr. Applefeld 26 Dr. Rubin Dr. Weaver Dr. Celeste Woodward Radiology Dr. Diaconis Dr. Joseph Whitley Dr. Nancy Whitley 27 Surgery Dr. Campbell Dr. Stone Dr. McLaughlin Dr. Queral u.m.R 28 - Obstetrics Gynecology Dr. Holden Psychiatry Dr. Monroe 29 ■■ GOLDEN APPLE AWARDS 1983-1985 Dr. Frank Calia Dr. Celeste Woodward Dr. Cyrus Blanchard 1982-1983 Dr. Ollie Eylar Dr. Micheal Fischer 30 STUDENTS 31 HUMAN DIMENSIONS IN MEDICAL EDUCATION 32 33 IN THE BEGINNING . . . 34 35 MIDDLE SEMESTER . . . ROSENBERG’S NEUROANATOMY: Everything connects with everything and is of unknown importance but is a guide to the location of tumors and vascular accidents. The average clinician doesn’t need to know and the neurologist never knows and the patient senses the deficit but often goes on to live a normal life although totally impaired. There is little hope, but a lot of interesting CAT scans. 36 37 ?, ' -V I 38 39 Kevin Dougherty Rich Citrenbaum PEOPLE! Donna Fischer Earlene Jordan 40 Kristi Siver Susan Arisumi 41 • • • When they were good 42 43 ffflg gm IHMGgm 44 . . . they were very, very good. 45 46 And when they were bad . . . 47 48 . . . they were 49 They should have been 50 Creative Catharsis April 17, 1982 51 Im Dedicated to the basic science faculty • • • 52 who provided solid foundations to build medical careers. 53 CRABS, CRABS, AND BEER! The Etherton’s Easton, Maryland June 22, 1982 56 SOPHOMORE YEAR Are we having fun yet? Dr. Applefeld demonstrates signs and symptoms of vitamin C-brewer’s yeast-alfalfa sprout intoxication syndrome. Happy-go-lucky Howard Schultz in one of his zanier moments. Margaret Burke is smug about refusing note service, having majored in five foreign languages as an undergrad. - i Charlie Hames tries to grasp the Zen of T-scores. 57 Don Lewis trying to appear as Dr. Applefeld. Rich Allen trying to appear as Don Lewis. Francisco King searches Kim Chandler’s nasopharynx for elusive vomer. “It’s about time we got those micro notes!” 58 J Hari proudly displays her clean, new, pre- gomer-exposure whites. “It was good for me, Greg; was it good for you?” After hitting her first target, Christine Helsinki aims carefully for Sharon Henry’s other eye. 59 JUNIOR YEAR: Those liver dinners make being on call worthwhile for Diane. 60 THE VA, DR. STONE, AND OTHER HORRORS Cathy, Mike, and Chris greet yet another admission. Lazio and Sara take a break from catching babies. “The V.A. May we help you?” The McCormick technique for decreasing patient load. Paul interviews Homer Gomer. 61 “There are no good cases at 3 a.m.” “You want who to put an I.V. in the yellow man?” “The cardiac output, Dr. Stone? 5.40, 1 presume.” JfUdi ft ‘Hoyas 54, Saint John’s 40!’ 62 ! An afternoon delight from the Cafe de Loch Raven. Louie, post-oral exam with Dr. Iber. Nobody Does It Better After finally obtaining all proper signatures, co-signatures, blood samples, slips and I.D. bracelets, Mark Sauer returns for the fourth time to the VA blood bank to get one unit of packed RBC’s. Mark is shortly thereafter told, however, that it is after 3 p.m. and the blood bank is no longer accepting transfusion requests. 63 Let’s Play! 64 w ' flfflm! urn of im e m! xwm BevFetiou. 1?S 5 AH... M HEART JEVS FDR m GOCD FOLKS.. 3££N HARP 7!M€5, HASN ' T IT 7 DANDY. me... opr 77) Kf ) FEW PdRBDN? POUNDS H€H£ PflKICN. 65 Joanne Kinney, Martha Barnett, and Earlene Jordan They made it all bearable Blanche and Bernie Amy Stein and Lazio Trazkovich 1 “Nice beard, Dave. Try to keep it.” 66 “What do you think, Dean?” “No, Paul, I wouldn’t eat any of those Easter eggs if I were you.” 67 Craig Hostig, Judy Kirshner, and Tom Johnson Francisco King 68 Kim Chandler Keith Kaplan, Doug Schwartz, and Dave O’Keefe 69 Cindi and Dave July 14, 1984 Joanne and Tom July 17, 1982 Carol and Rob July 28, 1984 H)octord 3n oCt oue Maria and Louis January 20, 1985 Susan and Mike June 18, 1983 Helen and Steve June 26, 1983 Ellen and Marc May 11, 1985 Patti and Jeff January 2, 1982 Elizabeth and Ira June 26, 1983 70 Tracy and David July 14, 1984 Sue and Steven April 27, 1985 Denise and Shawn April 13, 1985 Others that bit the dust: Suzy Coffay Paul Guidera Christine Helsinki Diane Mukherjee David O’Keefe Gail Kaden Nick Argento Ray Banfer Mary Lou Giovetti Sunita and Vivek February 8, 1985 Cathy and Ken January 26, 1985 Julie and Dan March 24, 1984 Florence and Carl June 26, 1982 Brenda and Dave Shelley and Lazio August 14, 1982 March 31, 1985 Nancy and Dean September 9, 1984 Tammy and Doug February 16, 1985 Phyllis and Ron June 19, 1983 71 The 1985 Trivia Test by Mike Platto and Paul Weiner A. CHOOSE THE ONE BEST ANSWER. 1. Where was the sophomore lecture hall? a. Parsons Hall b. Somewhere between here and oblivion. c. There was no sophomore lecture hall. d. None of the above. 2. How many questions did Vicky Mossman ask freshman year? a. none b. one or two c. 6.02 x 10 23 d. TNTC B. K-TYPE QUESTIONS. 1. Which of the following symptoms are part of the Sean Hunt Syndrome, namesake of the Hunt Superior Position (HSP)? 1. Prevalence highest in female nursing students. 2. Complete bowel shutdown. 3. Intoxication and dim lights are a girl’s best friend. 4. Decreased libido when near dentists. 3. Whose note set took the longest to read? a. Hari Sachs (22 pages) b. Charlie Hames (32 pages) c. Susan Barrows (400 pages) d. Abbas Sinas (4 pages, but required translation) 4. Who needed a cold shower after completing Norm Bradford’s lecture on orgasm? a. Chris Baldwin b. Cathy Smoot c. Fred Gessner d. All of the above 2. What is constantly on Chris Murphy’s mind? 1. drugs 2. alcohol 3. men 4. HSP 3. Whose famous quote is plastered all over campus? 1. John Dean M. Dennis 2. Dennis M. John Dean 3. M. John Dean Dennis 4. Dean John M. Dennis, master of the universe C. MATCH THE PROFESSOR WITH THE DRUG MOST LIKELY FOUND IN HIS MEDICINE CABINET. 1. Dr. Stephen Max 2. Dr. Mark Applefeld 3. Dr. Sheldon Marquilis 4. Dr. Frank Iber 5. Dr. Nate Carliner a. antabuse b. Flintstone vitamins c. lithium carbonate d. vitamin E e. anything he can get his hands on Answers: PART A. l.b 3. d 2. d 4. a PARTB. 1. A 2. A (sorry, Sean) 3. D PART C. 1. c 2. d 3. e 4. a 5. b 72 The Gomer Laws of Physics compiled by Gonzo, et al., 1981-1983 I. Gomer Mechanics 1. A gomer at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. 2. For every gomer there is an equal and opposite physician. 3. The average energy of a collection of gomers is zero. II. Gomer Thermodynamics 1. A gomer in equilibrium with its surroundings must be in a VA hospital or a nursing home. 2. Gomers may neither be created nor destroyed. When a gomer dies or is discharged, another will immediately take its place. 3. A gomer, by definition, is a maximum entropy state. No useful work can be extracted from a gomer under any circumstances. 4. A gomer can be brought close to death, but no real physical processes can ever actually cause death to occur. III. Gomer Quantum Mechanics 1. Gomers interact with the external world by the emission of particles from one of several orifices. 2. When a gomer makes a transition from one energy level to another, it emits a guaiac positive particle. 3. Pauli exclusion principle of gomers: No two gomers of the same sex may occupy the same bed in a nursing home or VA. 4. The force between a physician and a gomer is repulsive. 5. A gomer who does not have the energy to get to the hospital may still appear in the hospital. 6. The uncertainty in age times the uncertainty in BUN is greater than or equal to the number of necrotic skin lesions. 73 NATIONAL RESIDED One American Plaza — Sui YOU HAVE BEEN MATCHED TO THE FOE LOWING NAME OF HOSPITAL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BRYANT MARSHALL THE March 31 TCHING PROGRAM — Evanston, Illinois 60201 NAME OF PROGRAM NUMBER JEUROLOGI CAL SURGERY C 174334 u APPLICANT ? 277822 DAY! 1985 75 Choosing Your Residency Answer the following questions truthfully. Any department which receives a high percentage of YES answers merits your serious consideration. Pediatrics 1. Can you slide a 26 IV needle into a 28 vein? 2. Do you consider a faceful of urine to be playful fun? 3. Have you been vaccinated against human bites? 4. Does your nose twitch in anticipation of the warm welcome awaiting you in baby’s diapers ? Medicine 1. Do hypochondriacal, obese females who gain weight and whine turn you on? 2. Do you know the generic names of eight different laxatives? ' 3. Can you feel a liver edge through 18 inches of fat? 4. Do you have recurrent nightmares having to do with knives, bright overhead lights, and zombies in green robes and white masks? 5. Do you have total recall, including page numbers, of all articles appearing in The New England Journal of Medicine since 1951? 6. Do you know anyone in Boston on a first name basis? Dermatology 1. Do you speak Latin? 2. Does the thought of practicing medicine without needing hospital privileges appeal to you? 3. Do you subscribe to Runner’s World and or World Tennis? 4. Does having to carry a stethoscope in your clinic coat annoy you? 5. Do the numbers on clinical laboratory reports confuse you? Obstetrics Gynecology 1. Do you know 500 catchy one-liners to use when you see your patients at social gatherings? 2. Could you properly time your patient’s birth control pills so that the curse never falls on a weekend? 3. Would your conscience have permitted you to induce labor at 8 months in order to go to the games in Los Angeles? 4. Are your fingers or toes 14 inches long? Radiology 1. Does bright light hurt your eyes? 2. Have you never quite figured out why you went to medical school? 3. Could you interpret ER skull films over the phone? 4. Do you play golf? 5. Can you awaken in the morning sometime before noon? 6. Do you have a six month supply of Preparation-H? Psychiatry 1. Did your mother want you to be a doctor? 2. Do you talk to yourself? 3. Could you grow a beard? 4. Do you have recurrent dreams of a long, straight, hard road leading to a deep, dark, moist, warm cave and finding an erupting volcano? 5. Can you disappear after 4:00 p.m.? 6. Were you toilet trained by age 11? 7. Do you look as if you might be on some sort of hallucinogen? 76 Surgery 1. Do you have a skin-tight blue suit with a red cape and a big red “S” on your chest? 2. Do you suspect that the underlying cause of most nosebleeds is a ruptured appendix? 3. Do you have a built-in scowl and the cheerful disposition of a urinal? 4. Do you stir your coffee with a knife? 5. Do people without scars offend you? 6. Could you go for eight years without sleep? 7. Were you angry when you discovered that someone else had already walked on water? 8. Do you look forward to Saturday night knifings? 9. Do you believe that irregularity warrants an emergency colostomy? Pathology 1. Does a pickled aorta strike you as a tasty hors d’oeuvre? 2. Are you 300 pounds overweight? 3. Is your idea of fun spending Saturday night looking at your friend’s kidney slides? 4. Do warm bodies nauseate you? 5. Does knowing the right answer at the CPC provide you with some sort of erotic release? Pat Patterson is the first to know. Jeff Etherton collects his evelope along with $170 as he narrowly defeats Donna Fisher for the jackpot. 77 w w r n Mike Sicuranza Wendy Bonnett OFFICERS Whit Dunkle Jamer Chamberlain Hari Sa chs, Don Lewis, Abby Shevitz 78 GRADUATES 79 Cynthia Leigh Ackrill Family Practice Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Carl Francis Alessi Family Practice York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Richmond Prater Allen Internal Medicine Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 80 Ira Steven Allen Biochemical Research University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland James Patrick Amerena Family Practice Malcolm Grow USAF Medical Center Andrews AFB, Maryland Nicholas Barry Argento Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 81 Susan Kazuko Arisumi Family Practice Geisinger Medical Center Danville, Pennsylvania Catherine Marguerite Baker Primary Medicine Michael Reese Hospital Chicago, Illinois Christopher Oursley Baldwin Obstetrics Gynecology Riverside Methodist Hospital Columbus, Ohio 82 Raymond E. Banfer Family Practice Martha Louise Barnett Internal Medicine Barnes Hospital Saint Louis, Missouri University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Susan Barrows Radiology University of California San Francisco, California Kathleen Thomas Baskett Psychiatry University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Clarence Edwin Becraft, Jr. Transitional Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Jeffrey Benner Ophthalmology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 84 Deborah L. Benzil Ne urological Research The National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland Wendy Joan Bonnett Internal Medicine Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Cooperstown, New York Sara Louise Breitman Psychiatry Sheppard Pratt Hospital Towson, Maryland 85 Margaret Ober Burke Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Ohio State University Hospital Columbus, Ohio Lance Stuart Burns Family Practice Baylor University Hospital Houston, Texas Peter Burns Surgery Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia 86 Rudolf Corinthian Cane, Jr. Surgery St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland . Shawn Lawrence Cassidy Psychiatry University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland James Martin Chamberlain Family Practice Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Kym Lynette Chandler Surgery CWRU University Hospital Cleveland, Ohio Flora Ching Chu Residency Deferred Hung Kwok Cheung Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 88 Richard Alan Citrenbaum Anesthesiology Georgetown University Hospital Washington, D.C. Robert Louis Clinton Residency Deferred M i Agnes O’Neill Coffay Family Practice University of California Orange, California 89 Allen Lee Cohn Internal Medicine University of Colorado Denver, Colorado Lynne Dorothy Diggs Internal Medicine Roosevelt St. Lukes Hospital New York, New York David Daniel DiLoretto Residency Deferred 90 Allen Lee Dollar Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland • Kevin Edward Dougherty Primary Medicine University of Virginia Medical Center Charlottesville, Virginia Christopher Franklin Due Internal Medicine York Hospital York, Pennsylvania 91 John Stephen Dumler Pathology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland J. Whitcomb Dunkle Family Practice York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Larry B. Edelstein Psychiatry University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 92 Mark Jay Ehrenreich Psychiatry University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Barbara Ann Eller Psychiatry St. Vincent’s Hospital New York, New York Mosen M. Eldefrawi Internal Medicine Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland 93 Julie Deane Fishbein Pediatrics Duke University Durham, North Carolina Jeffrey Howard Etherton Internal Medicine University of Florida Gainesville, Florida Donna Jeanne Fisher 94 Pediatrics Rhode Island Hospital Providence, Rhode Island Sarah Margaret Fisher Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland • mm. iitilf Michael Francis Flessner Internal Medicine University of Virginia Medical Center Charlottesville, Virginia Steven Louis Friedman Orthopedic Surgery University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 95 Jeffrey Barton Gelblum Neurology Mt. Sinai Medical Center Miami Beach, Florida David Andrew Gelber Neurology University Hospital Madison, Wisconsin Frederick Gessner Internal Medicine Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 96 Daniel Ira Ginsberg Anesthesiology The New York Hospital New York, New York Mary Louise Giovetti Transitional Lemuel Shattick Hospital Jamica Plain, Massachusetts Dean Steven Glaros Residency Deferred Whereabouts Unknown 97 Julius George Konrad Goepp Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Peter Richard Gray Internal Medicine Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Cooperstown, New York Robert Cottrell Greenwell, Jr. Internal Medicine Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 98 Paul Michael Guid era General Surgery Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Michael John Hallowell Radiology Wilmington Medical Center Wilmington, Delaware Charles Stanley Hames Primary Medicine Albany Medical Center Hospital Albany, New York 99 Christine LaRue Helsinki Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Sharon Marie Henry General Surgery State University, King’s County New York, New York Michael Bruce Herr Ophthalmology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland too Susan Jean Holland Internal Medicine University of California Sacramento, California Stephan Urs Hochuli General Surgery St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Jeffrey Joe Hong Internal Medicine George Washington University Hospital Washington, D.C. 101 Dwight Edward Hooper General Surgery Jersey City Medical Center Jersey City, New Jersey Craig Alan Hostig Internal Medicine North Shore University Manhassett, New York Sean Edward Hunt Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 102 Franklin David Isreal Pediatrics North Carolina Memorial Chapel Hill, North Carolina Thomas Brian Johnson Residency Deferred Jeffrey David Jones Internal Medicine Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. 103 Earlene Jordan Pediatrics Baylor College Houston, Texas Gail Goodman Kaden Pediatrics Long Island Jewish Hospital Manhassett, New York David Joseph Kahan Internal Medicine Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 104 Keith Allan Kaplan Urology University of Connecticut Farmington, Connecticut Marc Aaron Kaufman General Surgery Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Francisco Cabrine King Internal Medicine Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. 105 Rita E. King Internal Medicine Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee Joanne L. Kinney Internal Medicine Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland John P. Knight Family Practice Washington Hospital Washington, Pennsylvania 106 Louis D. Kokkinakos Obstetrics Gynecology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Jay K. Kolls Internal Medicine LSU Affiliated Hospitals Shreveport, Louisiana Mark J. Kotapka Neurosurgery University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 107 Denise E. Lally Preliminary Medicine Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Katherine E. Langenfelder Anesthesiology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Kevin L. Laser Residency Deferred 108 Spiros A. Lazarou General Surgery Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Donald R. Lewis Internal Medicine Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center San Antonio, Texas William A. Lynagh Family Practice Jacksonville Ed Program Jacksonville, Florida 109 Richard Maack ENT Barnes Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Alan Malouf Ophthalmology Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Paul Marinelli Internal Medicin e Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 110 Julie Ann Mason Anesthesiology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Raymond Eric Matthews Internal Medicine York Hospital York, Pennsylvania David J. Mauterer General Surgery Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina ill Mark McBride Orthopedic Surgery University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Sharon McClean Anesthesiology George Washington University Washington, D.C. Sharon McCormack Internal Medicine University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 112 Daniel Morgan General Surgery Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Michael Morris Family Practice West Suburban Hospital Oak Park, Illinois Victoria Mossman Internal Medicine Waterbury Hospital Waterbury, Connecticut 113 Diane C. Mukherjee Internal Medicine Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Christine M. Murphy Internal Medicine Waterbury Hospital Waterbury, Connecticut Kevin O’Keefe Internal Medicine University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 114 David A. O’Keefe Family Practice SUNY Affiliated Hospital Buffalo, New York Stephanie L. Olsen Internal Medicine University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals Salt Lake City, Utah Patricia B. Patterson Pediatrics Maine Medical Center Portland, Maine 115 Edward Patz Radiology Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Michael Platto Internal Medicine Eastern Virginia Graduate Medical Center Norfolk, Virginia David Porter Preliminary Medicine Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland 116 Kenneth Porter Pediatrics Michael Reese Hospital Chicago, Illinois Sanjay Prasad Surgery Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Patricia Quigley Pediatrics Orlando Regional Medical Center Orlando, Florida 117 Bruce Reiner Internal Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Arizona Kenneth Rictor Family Practice Washington Hospital Washington, Pennsylvania Michael Riggleman Family Practice Harrisburg Hospital Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 118 Jed Rosen ENT University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Paul Rosenburg Internal Medicine Boston City Hospital Boston, Massachusetts A. Gregory Rosenfeld Neurosurgery Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia 119 Richard Rubin Internal Medicine Oregon Health Sciences Portland, Oregon Hari Sachs Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Washington, D.C. Ranjiv Saini Radiology Tufts University Hospital Boston, Massachusetts 120 Sharon Samuels General Surgery Hartford Hospital Hartford, Connecticut Mark Sauer Transitional Wilson Hospital Johnson City, New York Dana Sanderson Family Practice Franklin Square Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 121 Michael Schauber General Surgery Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center San Antonio, Texas David Scheid Internal Medicine Wilmington Medical Center Wilmington, Delaware H elen Schneider Radiology University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 122 Steven Schoenfelder Medicine Pediatrics Geisinger Medical Center Danville, Pennsylvania Howard Schultz Family Practice Phyllis Schuster Pediatrics Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Harrisburg Polyclinic Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 123 Douglas Schwartz Internal Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Arizona Andrew Seddon Family Practice Wheeling Hospital Wheeling, West Virginia Abby Shevitz Internal Medicine Boston City Hospital Boston, Massachusetts 124 Karen Shore Pediatrics New England Center Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Michael Sicuranza Orthopedic Surgery University of Nebraska Affil. Hospital Omaha, Nebraska Barry Silver Pediatrics Wilmington Medical Center Wilmington, Delaware 125 Kristi Silver Internal Medicine University of Massachusetts Hospital Worcester, Massachusetts Eric Sklarew ENT University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Charles Smith Family Practice Kingston Benedictine Hospital Kingston, New York 126 Catherine Smoot Ophthalmology Albany Medical Center Albany, New York Karen Stanley Anesthesiology George Washington University Hospital Washington, D.C. Victoria Steiner Family Practice St. Joseph Hospital Reading, Pennsylvania 127 Amy Stine Family Practice St. Margaret Memorial Hospital Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Michael Sulewski Ophthalmology Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Michael Sylva Internal Medicine Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 128 Laura Tang Psychiatry North Carolina Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mark Taylor Orthopedic Surgery West Virginia University Hospital Morgantown, West Virginia Laszlo Trazkovich Psychiatry University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 129 Vivek Varma Internal Medicine University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Robert Van Besien Radiology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Hans Von Marensdorff Preliminary Medicine University of California Sacramento, California 130 Matthew Wachsman Research Matthew Wagner Psychiatry University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Paul Weiner Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Washington, D.C. 131 Joy Wilson Internal Medicine Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Stephen Yeagle Anesthesiology University of California San Francisco, California 132 SENIOR WEEK 133 “Greg who?” Alumni Banquet Hyatt Regency May 2, 1985 A touch of class 134 . An alternate lifestyle 135 136 Dinner Dance May 20, 1985 137 Port Welcome Cruise May 22, 1985 138 139 f am GRADUATION DAY! MAY 24, 1985 140 THE OATH OF HIPPOCRATES “I do solemnly swear, by that which I hold most sacred, that I will be loyal to the profession of medicine and just and generous to its members. That I will lead my life and practice my art in uprightness and honor. That into whatsoever house I shall enter it shall be for the good of the sick. To the upmost of my power I hold myself aloof from wrong, from corruption, from the tempting of others to vice. That I will exercise my art solely for the cure of my patients, and will give no drug, per- form no operation, for a criminal purpose, even if solicited, far less suggest it. That whatsoever I shall see or hear, I will keep inviolably secret. These things I do promise and in proportion as I am faithful to this, my oath, may happiness and good repute be ever mine, the opposite if I shall be forsworn.” 141 Yearbook Staff Editor: Chris Murphy Layout Editor: Mike Platto Photography: Greg Rosenfield, Tom McMullen, Gail Kaden Staff: Joanne Kinney, Hari Sachs, Sharon Samuels Special thanks to Mike Platto. Without his countless hours of help, this yearbook would be a pile of pictures on my apartment floor. 142
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