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Show Hide text for 1988 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1988 volume: “ il f 1 1 " ,ore Thou must be like a promontory of the sea, against which, though the waves beat continually, yet it both itself stands, and about it are those swelling waves stilled and quieted. Marcus Aurelius To those who inspire us, in particular, Mark Appelfeld i Dr. Rieux resolved to compile this chronicle, so that he should not be one of those who hold their peace but should bear witness, so that some memorial might endure; and to state quite simply what we learn in a time of pestilence: that there are more things to admire in men than to despise. None the less, he knew the tale he had to tell could not be one of a final victory. It could be only the record of what had had to be done, and what assuredly would have to be done again, despite their personal afflictions, by all who, while unable to be saints but refusing to bow down to pestilences, strive their utmost to be healers. Camus iVJluicc to tilt oung ' THE KWtCAL- ECHOX. ClA£ i OF ' IOOM Doctors’ Spare-time Activities; or, How to Fill Up Those Yawning Empty Twenty Minutes of Unscheduled Activity Every Day a. Sleep. b. Nap. c. Doze. d. Call home and see if your kids recognize your voice. e. See how many bills have fallen behind the refrigerator. Stack them neatly. Put them back be- hind the refrigerator. f. Take the car to the garage to get those bizarre noises and billow- ing black smoke fixed, only to have the mechanic say, “If this was a horse I’d shoot it and put it out of its misery.’’ g. Go to the grocery and stock up on frozen dinners. h. Call your parents. Tell them you’re still alive. 4 Real Doctors Don ' t Eat Quiche What do they eat? Medical Students live on a solid diet of humble pie, fed to them day after grueling day by Residents and staff. Residents are more nutritionally sophisticated; they make sure to get the U.S. minimum daily require- ment of each of the four basic food groups: 1. Nicotine: They are careful to smoke at least three cigarettes between every surgical case. 2. Caffeine: By residency this ac- tion is a reflex. Every time they sit down, they drink a cup of cof- fee, which helps to keep them conscious (if not alert and ori- ented). 3. Carbohydrates: Residents get the required load of refined white sugar by eating a dessert with every meal — including break- fast and midnight snack — for “extra energy.” 4. Food preservatives: They eat all meals in the hospital cafeteria, where food preservatives sprin- kled with artificial coloring is the main ingredient of every dish. Real Doctors are nutritionally finicky and will eat only: 1 . Haute cuisine 2. Nouvelle Cuisine 3. Good Chinese or Thai food Real Doctors go to the hospital cafeteria only for coffee, and then rarely (the secretary usually runs out to the comer deli for it). CA«=pe H£ CAf?eoMWTe$ ftaaD You ' ve got to start sometime. Why don ' t you operate on thb one? " A surgeon, an internist, and a family practitioner go duck-hunt- ing. The surgeon sees a duck, shouts, “Duck!” and shoots it down. The internist sees a duck, shouts, “Duck! Rule out quail! Rule out pheasant!” and shoots it down. The family practitioner sees a duck, and blasts it out of the sky with a round of machine-gun fire. As the tattered carcass falls to the ground, he remarks, “I don’t know what the hell it was, but I sure got it!” 5 wiiiniiih The Intern’s Three Greatest Enemies The Beeper Telephone 3. The Patient “Doc ... I don’t feel so good . . . did I tell you about my constipation?” to tl|0 Seal IHorlti! j Residency is just like internship except: 1 . you are older. 2. you are more tired. 3. the thrill (such as it was) is gone, but the hours are the same. 4. Even your beeper fails to boost your adrenaline levels, now that you’ve learned to muffle it inside your jacket. AU J Sutr dentin SJcciieJi to SCnoui ® SleartieJi n SCinborgartcn Most of what i really need to know about, how to live and what to do, and how to be, learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate school moun- tain, but there at the sandbox of nursery school. These are the things learned: Share everything. Play fair. Don ' t hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess. Don ' t take things that aren ' t yours. Say you ' re sorry when you hurt somebody. Wash your hands before you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you. Live a balanced life. Learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some. Take a nap every afternoon. When you go out into the world, watch for traffic, hold hands, and stick together. Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the plastic cup. The roots go down and the plant comes up and nobody really knows how or why, but we are all like that. Goldfish and hamsters and white mice and even the little seed in the plastic cup — they all die. So do we. And then remember the book about Dick and Jane and the first word you learned, and the biggest word of all: LOOK. Everything you need to know is in there somewhere. The Golden Rule and Love and basic sanitation. Ecology and politics and sane living. Think of what a better world it would be if we all — the WHOLE WORLD — had cookies and milk about 3 o ' clock every afternoon and then lay down with our blankets for a nap. Or, if we had a basic policy in our nation and other nations to always put things back where we found them and clean up our own messes. And it is still true, no matter how old you are, when you go out into the world, it is best to hold hands. Itnntt harbor Atta 1 Baltimore §kgltne iilarglanb §Ct0«C0 Center 10 A 010UJ oum Pratt §t. ConsteUatfon (Honococral Calturr 4£ab n r :! TOM? You VU MAV6 i_A Rr t; i or Ncoaooco.... Before shopping for furniture, check the attic of every relative, living or deceased. Grave robbing, however, is not acceptable. A $20 haircut rarely ever lasts longer than a $5 haircut. Find a friend who is a plumber. Ingratiate yourself. Ufe in the Real World: Getting Along Italian salad dressing makes a low-price steak marinade. Liquid hand soap works just as well as shaving foam and it ' s cheaper. Army surplus stores offer high fashion at low prices if you look past the buck knives and combat boots. Never buy a new model car as soon as it comes out; let them work the bugs out with their own money. $9.95 barbecue grills rarely last longer than the first bag of charcoal. 12 Intern, the night before call Intern, the night after call You will soon realize not only that your parents knew more than you thought they did, but that your professors knew less than they thought they did. See Switzerland while you still have the strength to climb. Daytona Beach isn’t going anywhere. Vending machine stamps are Oncle Sam’s penalty for not walking to the post office. Three dollars is the point at which hamburgers get just about as good as they are going to get. “Heat included’’ does not mean “Heat guaranteed.’’ Trim your toenails to save wear and tear on your tennis shoes. 13 tttldtng 5 0 Entrance Cuckoos 5 cst 14 ntcuing Co SfcU J n mnniin ' Witni district: llniuersity JJotesets J MOTHSr GOOSE ORMM Alright, here it is the weekend before the Path test, and you’re reading this stuff for the first time, and you’re bummung in a big kind of way, right? WRONG! You’re ecstatic!!! As usual, if you have any questions about this call me at 727-1287, and I won’t be home. If, however, you’re calling me to thank me for taking such good notes and being such an all around great guy, I’ll probably be home. At this point in the lecture, a most terrible thing happened — ALL the lights went out and to everyone’s disappointment, the rest of the lecture was cancelled, to be continued the next day. REDSKINS REPORT: Last week’s game against the Detroit Lions went well, but our boys fell apart yesterday. We can attribute this to the absence of Jacoby and Monk, or to the old hex on us whenever we play the Giants in New York. (Yes, 1 know it’s really in New Jersey, Carol, but still, the NFL Today calls them the New York Giants.) The Future Defendants 1985 Season . . . Jay Koons, the baseline dead eye ... Ed Baldwin, the heady guard . . . Bob Thompson (“Rat”) is always in the action when the play becomes physical, guarding his teammates against loose elbows and frustrated opponents . . . Noam Stadlam listed at 5 ' 10 " out jumps players inches taller . . . Defensive specialist Ken Kotz . . . New Recruit Shawn Robinson . . . men for all seasons. And now, back to the show . . . ®ffice of §tu eni Joan Bahler Dr. Michael Plaut Dr. Bernice Sigman Assoc. Dean of Students 18 Mfatrs Team “O.S.A.” Claudia Crafton Hermione Hicks Sonia Beasley Dottie Smith Holly Behrens 19 pifarmacolagy Dr. Edson Albuquerque Department Chairman Dr. Neville Books Dr. Daniel Weinreich Dr. Paul Yarowsky Dr. Angela Brodie Dr. Laure Aurelian “Turn off that tape recorder ... I won’t be taped.” Dr. David Burt Thank God for notetakers! Average attendance: 12 Cindy Smith 21 Anatomy E.C.B. Hall-Craggs, Ph.D. Dr. Barbara Bregman !£mbry0l0$y Let’s not forget this small subsection of Anatomy. Dr. Pumplin |Mways remember: There’s “pronation, supination, and lastly jjumplination. " Dr. Anne Hirshfield Fred Bland 23 tstology “The Fun Bunch”: From Left to Right: Dr. Edward Donati, Dr. Lloyd Guth, Dr. Shear. Dr. Guth demonstrates that despite his proficiency with the “electric pointer,” he still knows how to use the primitive manual pointer. jPatt;olo0y Dr. Shamsuddin Dr. B. Trump Sifoctiemtstry The Biochem crew 25 iHItcrobiolosy Dr. Paul Fiset Dept. Chairman Dr. George Lewis Dr. Gerald Cole Dr. Meyers Dr. “Ollie” Eyiar. " This next slide is a gift!” Dr. David Silverman, “Johny G.” 26 New antibiotic Ray Gun in clinical trial by Dr. Eyiar and Dr. Standiford. 27 Brad Alger, Ph.D., “I’m practicing my Dr. Wcxjdward Look-a-like pose, same glasses even. What do you think?” Meurologt) Marshall B. Rennels, Ph.D. Mike Selman, M.D. 28 PljOSiology Phyllis Wise, Ph.D., Endocrinology W. J. Lederer, Ph.D., Cardiology. Fill in your own alias: Department of Physiology 29 Psydfiatri) Russell Monroe, M.D. George Balls, M.D. Constantine Sakles, M.D. Dave Mallott, M.D. Bill Hi cks, M.D. Dr. Lynch during a session: “Did you know that your blood pressure is rising as we speak.” 30 ] ediatriCB Lindsay Alger, M.D., headed junior OB GYN rotation. Prasanna Nair, M.D., headed junior Pediatrics rotation. Howard Dubowitz, M.D., Pediatrics Frank Calia, M.D., Assoc. Chairman, Dept, of Medicine Michael Fisher, M.D., Cardiology A Btiternal Le it; Gary Plotnick, M.D. Right: Y. C. Lee, M.D., also known as the “Gncle Lee.” Cardiology Mark Applefeld, M.D., Physical Diagnosis; Cardiology, Mercy Hospital 32 ' 1 BleJiicine Paul Light, M.D., Ne phrology Deirdre Herrington, M.D., Infectious Disease Left: Jay Goodman, M.D., Chairman of Medicine, Mercy Hospital. Right: Ron Geckler, M.D., Assistant Chairman Ray Rores, M.D., Rheumatology, a pretty Risky Business Rounds 33 §urgerg Mukund Didolkar, M.D., Surgical Oncology Alan M. Levine, M.D., Orthopedic Surgery Lauren A. Schnapper, M.D., General Surger Cyrus Blanchard, M.D., Chairman Dept, of Oto- William Gray, M.D., Otolaryngology laryngology 34 Louis Queral, M.D., Vascular Surgery Louis Shpritz, M.D., Urology, South Baltimore Gen. Hosp. (for those who took the “country club rotation” in surgical specialties.) J. Laurence Hill, M.D., Pediatric Surgery John D. Young, M.D., Urology arry Fitzpatrick, M.D., Assistant Director of Surgical Education, Mercy Hospital Claire Sunderland, a.k.a. Dragon Lady 35 diagnostic atiiologg John Diakonis, M.D. Charles Resnik, M.D. Joseph Whitley, M.D., Chairman Dept, of Diagnostic Radiology Dr. Beasley, Dept, of Radiology, Maryland General Hospital 36 ei a n Kenny Kotz is psyched to present last night’s train wreck. i a s Jeff Ross attempting to figure out which way is up at the freshman year “anatomy practical” party. (That’s Jeannette Friedman) Women Louis Jacobson working extremely hard while on call. Joe Schwartz swears he doesn’t make it a practice to hang out outside women’s bathrooms, but Bonnie Rosen won’t listen to any excuses. Howard Levy, Roger Levin, and Rick Patton (L to R) caught discussing Sarah Stitt, Meg Chisolm, and Audrey French, who possible answers to the riddle of Ataxia Telangiectasia. secretly referred to themselves as the GIRLZ in reaction to the BOYZ (no joke!), hangin’ out. Hi Martha (Leslie)! 37 Hi Mike. Paula DeCandido is not looking forward to the Spring Break. Jason Eiband and Susan Henley sailing away (Pride of Baltimore (I) in background). Ferd Ferro, Joel Fechter, Bob Campbell, Ken Kotz, Steve Pomerantz, and Howard Levy (L to R) demonstrate class togetherness. Don Kreger spends another Saturday night cuddled up with his books. 38 i After the end of the first year’s finals, Lisa, Bonnie, Judy, Mark, Alane, Kathleen, Jason, Carol Ann, Jeanette, Howard, Sally, Steve, Ferd, and Rosemarie lovin’ life. Biochem? Physiology? What are they? You can bet that Mark Titi, Judy (Barton) Ostrow, Ken Kotz, and Peter Libre aren’t singing the praises of their recently completed exams. Cat lover Lisa Blumenfeld really took it to heart when they decreed that we couldn’t wear shorts to class. 39 Brad Tapper and David Schnitzer telling dirty jokes to Alan Aarons. 40 Marilyn Ling can’t keep lunch off her mind during neuroanatomy lab. “You better believe I’m going to be the best OB GYN that ever practiced!” says Carol Colson Huy Hoang, Judy Barton, and Tony Hsiao (L to R) doin’ the Locomotion. 41 Elvis, also known as Joe Schwartz, sings his heart out. Steve Pomerantz and Kenny Kotz perpetuating the illusion that they can sing. SFtfe ongomt medtca Dr. Lederer, also known as Joe Bruzzese, teaches Bob Thompson, Carol Colson, and Jeurgen Winkler about th cardiac cycle. Mancy Hammond, Dave Aiello, and Rob McLean . . . we think. 42 Howard Levy shows off his (Woodward taught) physical diagnosis skills on Eric Lindbeck as Lisa, Bonnie, Margaret, and Mark look on. folly of 0cl;ool Don Kreger, Louis Jacobson (and the E Street Band) singing “Born to Cram.” The BOYZ, Joel Fechter, Bob Camp- bell, and Jeff Sklar give Motown a run for its money. Noam Stadlan, Steve Pomerantz, and Rick Patton (L to R). 43 Tracy Nimmerrhichter cooking up a storm (So much for Women’s Lib, Tracy) Dr. Rennals explains the mystery of the hypothalamus. Steve Pomerantz (and friend) spent the week before finals eating, sleeping (well, not really), not shaving, and generally cranking it out. Mark Titi, Joon Shin, and Bill Chiu (L to R) having a thumb twiddling contest. (Joon is attempting this one handed) Alane, Kenny, Sally, Theresa (who?), Steve, and Judy (L to R) on their way to hepatic failure. Greg Heacock Paula DeCandido 44 Judy (Barton) Ostrow lovin’ life. Greg, Naomi, Jason, Wendy, and Dan master the wind. Kenny Kotz “doin’ the Bird” in Ocean City. Nancy Bunker readies for the Calgary Olympics. Michelle Weintraub, Matt Dukehart, Marcos Ggarte, and Phil Volk solving the world’s problems at the Campus Inn. No baby (or two) is going to stop Bon- Sorry, Joe Bormel; we know it’s nie Rosen from stamping out disease. you. Carol Ann McHugh, Abbott Huang, Jeff Ross, Rich Gordon, and Ferd Ferro eat up at a pot luck dinner. Maureen Leahy (also known as “Five Guys Named Mo”) thinking about Dr. Aarons. Dave Gertler, Steve Daviss, Bonnie Cohen, Judy Barton, and Howard Levy try out for “Family Feud.” Saul Modlin and Abbott Huang demonstrating how one can of Bud (between them) makes for a very good time. Ah, what med school has done for our ETOH tolerances. 46 There’s nothing like free food to make Mike Kenner and Joe Schwartz happy. Monford Wolf hits a winner in the racquetball nament that he organized. tour- Alan Aarons [: 1 Internal Medicine ! North Carolina Memorial Hospital | Chapel Hill, North Carolina [ j Alan was born in Baltimore. After attending high school in Baltimore, he attended the j George Washington University where he majored in Psychology. He plans a residency in | Internal Medicine and says that he will probably specialize after residency. Alan enjoys J playing racquetball, camping, music, skydiving, and the beach. | “The quiet man who stole my heart.” ! Boutd Atrllo Internal Medicine University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland I Dave attended Loyola College, in Baltimore, where he received a degree in Biology. Thanks everyone, it’s been fabulous. Bonnie, I love you always. Yes, they finally finisher our house. Internal Medicine forever! Famous line; “I was weak” — boy was that a gross understatement! “To a good friend, don ' t forget your surgeon friends” — E. “The nicest guy I ever lived with! But watch the pink underwear” — Maureen. (Hregorg Allen Family Practice Wheeling Hospital Wheeling, West Virginia Gregory attended Eastern Nazarene College in Boston. His significant other is Debbie Mattmueller. 48 CAVEAT — The Editors have made great effort to speak with every member of the Class. Omissions are at the specific and often emphatic request of the class member. JUua Amir Pediatrics University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Aliza was born in Ithaca, New York, and she moved to Baltimore, where she attended Pikesville High School. She earned a degree in Modern Languages and Linguistics at GMBC. In 1985, Aliza married Amihood Amir and says that she would have dropped out long ago if not for his love and unwavering support. Aliza’s daughter, Aviya Rachel, was born on July 28, 1987. Her goals include a residency in Pediatrics and fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology. She enjoys needlepoint, embroidery, travel and reading. To every thing there is a season; a time for every purpose under the heavens. Amttn!i0on Anesthesiology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Katie received her degree in Nursing from The University of Maryland in 1977 and returned in 1979 to attend graduate school. After an internship in Medicine at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore, she will return to begin her Anesthesiology residency. Katie is currently residing with Tom, Barney, and Beau. ilttiiy barton dPstroui Internal Medicine Emory University Atlanta, Georgia Judy came to Baltimore from Gary, Indiana. She attended Indiana University and received a B.A. in Biology. Judy was married in April, 1988, and will be part of a husband and wife team at Emory. Good Luck “Red”! 49 Bantel Uank Orthopedic Surgery University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Dan was born and raised in Washington, D.C. At Brown he studied Biomechanical engineering, then got a Master’s in Physiology at Georgetown. Dan and Joan married or June 23, 1984. Lauren Michelle was born on October 3, 1987. Dan’s idea of a perfect day is to see a flight of mallards set their wings to land in a spread of decoys at sunrise, to see a 20-foot birdie putt drop on the 18th hole at sunset, and to spend the time in between with his wife and daughter. “Dan, you know what they say about Orthopods — you ' re definitely strong as an ox . . . but twice as smart!?! Good Luck,’’ MAL. §tuart TBtitnksr Anesthesiology Stony brook Teaching Hospital Stonybrook, New York Stuart was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Cincinnati and Silver Spring, Maryland. He attended college at The University of Maryland. His hobbies include tennis and rooting for the Cincinnati Reds. Stuart hopes to someday get organized. This fine gentleman must sleep at least ten hours per day, and is known for excessive hand- washing. oUis Year Off Holly was born in Cheverly and attended Drury College where she studied Biology and Chemistry. Her major interest is piano performance. Holly married her high school sweetheart, Conrad Bell IV, and is expecting Conrad Bell V in May, 1988. She p lans to take a year off to bond with her newborn and then begin a residency in Physical Medicine. She also plans to live in the midwest, love her husband, raise wonderful kids, and enjoy her career choices. Make the best of this world — that’s your responsibility. Expect the best in the next world — that’s His promise. Hallelujah!! 50 diaries Slerul Pediatrics Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT Charles was born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Potomac, Maryland. He attended T. S. Wootton High School and received a Biology degree from Bucknell University and a Master’s in Endocrinology. Charlie enjoys downhill skiing and traveling. On May 29, 1988, he married Marcie Glanet. “It was a tough four years and I wouldn ' t have made it without my roommates.” 4£ bu SlltimenfelJi Psychiatry University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, M aryland Lisa was born and raised in Baltimore where she attended Pikesville High School. She is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania where she majored in Economics at The Wharton School. Lisa’s hobbies include Israeli folk dancing, hiking, music, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. “She definitely knows where the best ice cream is in Philly! " — MAL If I am not for myself; if I am only for myself, what am I; If not now, when? — Ethics of the Fathers )99illtam TBotk Obstetrics Gynecology South Baltimore General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Bill was born in Valley Stream, New York. He received a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Bill is interested in fetal heart monitoring and hopes to write a book on Dimensional Analysis. He is also known as “the torch.” “Let’s go out for pork and pinto beans sometime, OK? " “Bill . . . next time I’ll lend you my lighter. " — Phil Pieters 51 dosBpt! TBormtl Internal Medicine York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Joe attended Johns Hopkins University. His interests include computer applications, family, photography, the American way, swimming and bicycling. He is married to Gail “most beautiful girl in the world” Kaplan. “Let me check my calendar.” “An incredibly nice guy with a rather strange sense of humor.” Internal Medicine Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia Joe received a B.S. in Zoology from The University of Maryland, and subsequently obtained a Master’s degree in Physiology. He enjoys racquetball, bowling and sailing. iBnnktt Pediatrics University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Nancy was born in Baltimore and went to Parkville High School. At Loyola College in Maryland she majored in Biology and spent one year after college as a lab technician at the JHU division of immunology. Nancy likes drawing, photography, ice skating, and she is learning to ski. “a.k.a. Cindy Binker” 52 I Robert Campbell Anesthesiology Milton S. Hershey Hershey, Pennsylvania Bob was born in Rising Sun, Maryland, and attended Elkton High. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry. After an internship at Harrisburg Hospital, Bob will pursue a career in Anesthesiology. He is interested in anything fun or weird. “You are the king of ging. " “Call Bob if you want your bathroom carpeted. He is also very good with shelves.” “Best voice in the class; most creative. " “I always knew he ' d get Lucky.” IEot0 Carant Internal Medicine Francis Scott Key Hospital Baltimore, Maryland In 1979 Lois came to Maryland from Hialeah, Florida to attend CIMCP. While there, she worked in a local hospital and met her husband Albert, whom she wed in January 1986. They look forward to having a family someday, and staying in the Baltimore Washington area. Albert has a practice in Dermatology here. “I would like to wish all of you the best of health, love and life. Also never underestimate the profound beneficial effect you can have on each of your patients ' lives, especially the young, by simply lending a sympathetic ear.” Sitiontas Cftarr Internal Medicine University of Washington Seattle, Washington Following college, Tom left the halls of academia for the contradictory streets of Washington, D.C., joining the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. In D.C., he assisted a small non- profit organizations to develop three shared homes for low-income elderly persons seeking a supportive, family-life home environment. The work exposed him to the rich breadth of older persons and the new field of gerontology. The formative experiences were the impetus toward pursuing a career in Geriatrics. Ira CUlfang Neurology Columbia P and S University New York, New York Ira went to Chesapeake High School and then to Yale University where she studied Economics. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. We had everything before us, we had nothing before us. We were all going directly to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way. — Dickens i99argar0t Cl|tsolm Psychiatry Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Meg is a native Marylander who originally studied Visual Arts at UMBC where her emphasis was in film. She worked for the Baltimore Film Forum until she felt the call of medicine. She returned to UMBC to fulfill her pre-med requirements, never dreaming she would become a psychiatrist. Meg has been married to Richard Chisolm, a Baltimore cinematographer, for seven years. They have no children yet but look forward to having four. Of Meg, classmates remark: “One of the best.’’ )99UHam Surgery UMDNJ — Robert W. Johnson Camden, New Jersey Although Bill did not provide us with the details of his life, we know he is a good fellow and will make a fine surgeon. 54 f lEttgene CUtioo Internal Medicine Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Born in Korea, Eugene came to the GS in 1967. He spent his undergraduate years studying painting and filmmaking at Minneapolis College of Arts and Design, and San Francisco Art institute. Prior to medical school, he worked for Maryland Public Television as a film director editor while studying Biology at Towson State University. He plans to train in Internal Medicine, preferably with subspeciality in Gl, and to practice in the Baltimore-Washington area. " Congratulations to everyone in the Class of 88! " ifolin Classen Post-Doctoral Fellowship Immunology National Institute of Health Bethesda, Maryland Bart got his undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of Maryland at College Park. He plans to get his Ph.D. in Immunology and to pursue a career in Biomedical- Surgical research. Connie Col;en Internal Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bonnie was born in Baltimore and got her undergraduate degree in Biology from UMBC. She and her husband Tom enjoy the beach whenever time permits. 55 ifolftt Corbtn Surgery Mt. Sinai Medical Center Miami Beach, Florida John was born in Washington, D.C. He came to Baltimore to do his undergraduate work at Johns Hopkins University and he decided to stay for medical school. His interests include fun in the sun, snow skiing and avoiding school as much as possible. Carol Coolson Obstetrics Gynecology University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Carol was born in Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love and attended Chesnut Hill College. Before medical school she worked as a research chemist at the NIH. “I don ' t know nothing about birthin ' no babies, Miss Scarlett! " Carol ' s fans call her: " one of the guys, " " half of the Dream Stream Team, " not to mention " gnarly. " Sirrtt unztr Physical Medicine St. Francis Medical Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Brett is a native Marylander who went to high school in Cockeysville. His happiest years were spent as an undergraduate at the University of Virginia. His hobbies include movies. Little Italy, and remote control airplanes. He has been called the best dressed man in med school. I I Paula iBeCHandtlto Radiology University of Maryland . Baltimore, Maryland Paula was born in Park Ridge, New Jersey where she attended Park Ridge High. She did her undergraduate work at University of Maryland, College Park. She is married to Gregg Heacock who calls her: “Definitely one of the best-looking and friendliest woman I’ve ! ever known.” i ' ' I HosB omiugues Anesthesiology George Washington University Washington, D.C. Jose’s Data Sheet: Birthdate: 19 April 1962 Birthplace: Washington, D.C. Ambitions: To live long and prosper. To travel. And to ditch my Chevette. Turn ons: Old movies, Mozart, brief rounds. Turn offs: Cold wet winter days in Baltimore, rounding on Saturdays, tracheostomy phlegm. Ideal evening: Sicilian crust pizza with anchovies and green peppers. Three Stooges A. Schwarzenegger Cary Grant Film Festival or a concert at the Meyerfoff followed by a walk along the Inner Harbor. Wink Bubtn Psychiatry University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Hinda attended Johns Hopkins University where she majored in Near Eastern Studies. She is married to fellow physician Ethan Dubin. The Dubins have a beautiful daughter named Nina Baila. 57 IKattlfeu] Bukeiiart Surgery Berkshire Medical Center Pittsfield, Massachusetts Matt was born in Baltimore but grew up in Philadelphia. He studied Business Administration in college and worked for five years as a sales rep. in the Baltimore area. He eventually moved back to Philadelphia to fulfill his pre-med requirements at the University of Pennsylvania. He lived in Philadelphia for two years doing research in upper Gl motility while applying to medical school. It’s been all uphill since. Best memory of med school: His wedding of October, 1984, and graduation. “I would like to thank my wife Lynette for putting up with me.” Kason lEtbattd Emergency Medicine Mt. Sinai Medical Center Cleveland, Ohio Jason was born in the Midwest and grew up in Maryland in the Washington suburbs. He attended college at Purdue University in Indiana, where he studied mechanical engineering. After college, he went to work for a Washington consulting firm where he was a consultant for MASA analysing the thermal designs of instruments flown on the Space Shuttle and satellites. After working as a consultant, he studied chemical engineering at University of Maryland and completed his pre-med courses. While at Maryland, he conducted research in organic chemistry which has fecently been published in the Journal of Organic Chemistry. After graduation, he toured Europe before heading back to begin medical school. lElksnts Radiology West Virginia University Hospital Morgantown, West Virginia Steve was born in Baltimore and attended Centennial High School. He did his undergraduate work at Vanderbilt University where he studied Physics and Mathematics. While in college he took part in rugby, track and Army ROTC. His present hobbies include golf and racquetball. Steve married Kimberly Carter on June 4, 1988. 58 I Baniel iPang Surgery Case Western Reserve Cleveland, Ohio i Dan got his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Biology. His interests include fishing, hiking and whitewater canoeing. doBi iFcditer Orthopedics LA County-CJSC Medical Center Los Angeles, California Joel attended University of Maryland at College Park for his undergraduate studies. He now lives with his wife Allison in Los Angeles. Most memorable moments of medical school occurred while living wi th the Boyz. Future Goal — Orthopedic surgeon of the stars. Albert iFebalei Internal Medicine Tripier Army Medical Center Honolulu, Hawaii Al got his undergraduate degree in Biology at Gettysburg College. He then earned a Master’s Degree in Cell Biology from Catholic University. His hobbies include shooting, backpacking and scuba diving. Youth is wasted on the young. — George Bernard Shaw “Too much is just enough. " — Al Fedalei. II 59 60 SCatlfleen iPenton General Surgery University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky Kathleen graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in Natural Sciences. She enjoys swimming especially at the beach, and Is probably the school’s biggest Redskins fan. Kathleen will remember fondly 1988 as the year she graduated from medical school and as the year the Skins won the Super Bowl. She is interested in a career in Pediatric Surgery in the future. §alla IFenton al;n Psychiatry Beth Israel Medical Center New York, New York Sally was born and raised in Baltimore, and ventured to Emory College for her undergraduate degree. She returned to Baltimore to work as a lab technician at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health before coming to med school. Her fondest memory of med school was her marriage on September 12, 1987, to Michael Hahn. She also fondly remembers Micro lab with Ollie, Florida after Boards with Bob and Lucky, and Thanksgiving dinner at the Boyz (who that survived, doesn’t). “Thanks to everyone! ' ' damts ©incent IFerris Radiology Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Jim, aka “The Hammer,” grew up in Baltimore, graduating from Loyola College as a Biology major in 1984. His hobbies include: racquetball, waterskiing, golf and hiking, and Jim has participated in indoor soccer and slow-pitch softball leagues during college and med school. His plans include an internship at Fairfax Hospital in Virginia in Internal Medicine, followed by a residency in Diagnostic Radiology. I iFernanEio dose Iferro Internal Medicine Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Ferd was born and raised in Baltimore, leaving to attend Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He returned to Baltimore to complete his undergraduate studies, receiving a B.S. in Biology from Loyola College. His interests include sports and dancing. IHorrattte Family Practice University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Lorraine received a B.A. in Biology and Philosophy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and an M.S. in Physiology from Georgetown University. Do not seek to have events happen as you want them to, but instead want them to happen as they do happen, and your life will go well. — Epictetus Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, magic in it. — Goethe Because of Deep Love, One is Courageous. — Lao Tzu lEugette Winun Internal Medicine St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Eugene was born and raised in Baltimore where he attended Loyola College, receiving a B.S. in Engineering Science. He plans on pursuing a career in Ob Gyn. His most memorable event in med school was seeing Joe Bruzzeze Water ski face down behind A1 Fedalai’s speedboat. ren!ia Ifforrest Internal Medicine Beth Israel Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Brenda was born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Maryland. She attended Columbia Union College in Takoma Park, Maryland, graduating with a B.S. in biochemistry in 1984. She enjoys shopping and jogging (around the mall no doubt). “Just want to say thanks to all the fine people in our class who have made this trip, if not enjoyable, at least bearable. Wish you all the best and look forward to seeing you at reunions. " Math IPratman General Surgery St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Mark graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Chemistry. He looks forward to a clinical practice in surgery after completion of his residency. Audrey iFrnidi Internal Medicine Medical Center Hospital of Vermont Burlington, Vermont Audrey is a native of Baltimore and attended Middlebury College in Vermont as a Religion major. She is returning to the Green Mountain State to pursue a career in Internal Medicine. 62 Cmirtstotiiier (Halttardt Anesthesiology Albert Einstein Medical Center New York, New York Chris graduated from the CJniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County, with a degree in Biochemistry. He joined our class in the third year, and will pursue his career goals in anesthesiology in the “Big Apple.” There is no photo available for Chris. Radiology Stonybrook Teaching Hospital Stonybrook, New York Nick was born and raised in Towson, Maryland, where he attended Calvert Hall Prep. After receiving a B.A. in biology from the University of Virginia, Nick went on to get a Master’s degree in Physiology from the CJniversity of Maryland before entering medical school. He will be doing a year of Internal Medicine at BMC before leaving for Stonybrook. Let us have faith that Right makes Might; and, in that Faith, let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it. — Abraham Lincoln Witbtccu Family Practice CJniversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Becky was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and raised in Rockville, Maryland. She received her undergraduate degree from the CJniversity of Maryland at Baltimore County. When not involved in medical activities, Becky enjoys reading, baseball, children, and her church activities and fellowship groups. “Medical School was good because of my classmates and better each year as I got to know them better. Good luck to all.’’ 63 (Bustafson General Surgery Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, California Keith was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and migrated to Maryland where he received : his undergraduate degree at College Park in 1984. Upon arrival to medical school, he , quickly established himself as the class’s premier anatomist, and will soon apply that i knowledge in the field of surgery. CHarolyn Internal Medicine Franklin Square Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Carolyn was born and raised in Washington, D.C., and graduated from Trinity College ii 1984. She remembers well the good times at Rehoboth Beach with Sally Fenton. Carolyn plans on using her training in internal medicine as a stepping stone to loftier goals. “Couldn’t have made it without ‘my only one. ' With you all things are possible. " Nancg Hammond OB GYN University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Nancy was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and attended Johns Hopkins University, where she graduated with a degree in German in 1977. She did post-baccalaureate worl at Harvard University before coming to med school. Nancy has been married for the past 12 years to Kurt, and they have two beautiful daughters, Kate Rebecca, age 9, and Sarah Kristen, age 5. Sfeacock Otorhinolaryngology University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland i Gregg was born in Jacksonville, Illinois, and raised in Annapolis. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1984. In June, 1986, he married fellow classmate, Paula DeCandido, who was heard to say at the end of the ceremony. . “The guy who walked into Freshman Orientation in a T-shirt and shorts is now my husband. " Will Neurosurgery Case Western Reserve Cleveland, Ohio titn Internal Medicine Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Helen and her family immigrated to the US from Hong Kong when she was seventeen years old. They settled in Philadelphia and she received her college education at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. After working for three years she decided to pursue a career in medicine and will return to Philadelphia for residency in Internal Medicine. “Thanks to my Mom and a very special friend for all the little things you have done, and your love, patience, support, and encouragement to make this illusion of mine come true. " 65 uy oang Internal Medicine VA Medical Center Sepulveda, California Huy was born in Saigon, Vietnam, and came to this country in 1976. He attended MIT, majoring in engineering. His good moments in med. school include gross anatomy lab, venipuncture practice on patients, and getting blown off by three pretty nurses. Bad moments included being verbally ginsued by sadistic surgeons and the hard times of j getting blown off by three ugly nurses. : “There will be moments in the harsh intern year when we are tempted to call patient dirtball etc., but remember, the desire to help people was our original intention. " Cleuiell outell Year Off Spotty Hfstao Internal Medicine Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Tony graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park. His interests include tennis, basketball, and dancing. 66 Abbott ttang j Otorhinolaryngology Vanderbilt University Hospital j Nashville, Tennessee jjAbbott was born in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Potomac, Maryland. He graduated ifrom the University of Pennsylvania in 1984, with a degree in Biochemistry. His most tnemorable moments in medical school have been his first date and subsequent I, engagement to classmate Carol Ann McHugh, going to Bethany Beach with classmates !after first year, and skiing and hot tubs at Wintergreen. 4£oms ucobson Pediatrics Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina Born and raised in Baltimore, Louis attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Before entering medical school he matriculated at UMBC Graduate School and worked in a clinical lab at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Outside of school, Louis has been known to suffer the woes of his once great Baltimore Orioles, as well as enjoying participating in and watching various sporting activities. He hopes to establish a clinical practice in Pediatrics one day. marsbaU doftB Master’s of Public Health Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts Best Wishes to the Class of 1988 67 §tepl;eti iKatz Internal Medicine Francis Scott Key Med. Ctr. Baltimore, Maryland Steve received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. Internal Medicine lAercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Mike was born in Rochester, Minnesota. He received a B.A. in Natural Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984. His favorite pastime is soccer. )99tU!am Neurology University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Bill was born in Detroit, Michigan. He received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Rochester in 1973 and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Connecticut in 1978. Bill did his post-doctoral research in Neurophysiology at NIH and JHU immediately before coming to medical school. He is married to Susan Wolfstahl, M.D., an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UMAB. They have 2 children, Rebecca, age 5, and Jennifer, age 2. 68 ifay Wioons I Internal Medicine j Gniv. of Florida Med. Ctr. Gainesville, Florida I ; Jay was born in Frederick, Maryland. He received his B.S. in Pharmacy from Butler University in 1980 and completed his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 1985. Jay is planning a career in academic medicine. Ktnnttlf SCot2 Internal Medicine Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ken was born in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. In between basketball games, Ken studied Chemistry at Duke University before coming to medical school. iBonalti Kroger Ob Gyn Univ. of the Utah Affil. Hosps. Salt Lake City, Utah Don received his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park and worked at the NIH before coming to UMAB. Thanks to the constant support and companionship of his roommate, Louis Jacobson, Don maintained his sanity throughout medical school. dotl £uiin Internal Medicine Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Joel was born and raised in Hagerstown, Maryland. After attending the University of Maryland, College Park for 3 years, he received his degree in Medical Technology from (JMAB in 1977. Joel went on to become a physician’s assistant, receiving further ■ training at Essex Community College. He completed his first 2 years of medical school ] at the sunny campus of St. George’s University before transferring to UMAB. lEitke i£untasttr Research University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Luke graduated from Duke University prior to entering medical school. His interests lie in Ecology and working on his green Volkswagen. Luke will be doing research in the field of Radiology next year and he plans to make a career as a researcher as well. Maureen lEealig Internal Medicine North Carolina Memorial Chapel Hill, North Carolina Maureen was born in Baltimore, but grew up in Annapolis, Maryland. She received degrees in both Philosophy and Biology from Loyola College and maintains an interest in philosophy and ethics, as well as cooking, running, needlepoint and “learning new things.’’ Maureen’s goals include practicing medicine well, having good friends and enjoying her family and free time. The wise man knows that he doesn ' t know. — Socrates 70 iHtdjael Slerncr Family Practice York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Michael received a B.A. in Psychology from the Johns Hopkins University in 1972, an M.Ed. from Towson State University in 1974 and a Ph.D. in Education and Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1980. He then taught Psychology at Mt. St. Mary’s College, in addition to teaching day care. He is married with 2 children, 2 cats and 1 og. iiSartlia MbsHb aruiit Internal Medicine Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, Connecticut Martha spent 3 years in the woods of Ithaca, New York, before coming to medical school. After her second year at UMAB, she did a student fellowship in Pathology, at which time she decided to devote her life’s work to Preventative Medicine. She married Alex in April. Life is no brief candle to me, but rather a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for a moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations. — George Bernard Shaw ifonatlian Sleuin Year Off Jonathan went to Haverford College, outside of Philadelphia before coming to Baltimore for medical school. However, being a native Washingtonian, he wants to continue to live and work in the Washington area. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. — Ralph Waldo Emerson COG.v ’ " ' V ITS MEMBKR.S W ON OF C»: . HA.VJ-: MA! iEoger i£tmn Otolaryngology Montef lore Einstein New York, New York Roger received his undergraduate degree from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. While there, he met his bride-to-be Dianne. While here at GMAB he came to know and love Rick Patten, Tom Carr, Peter Libre, Nick Georges, Paul Perito, Jim Ferris, Ira Chang, Mary Jo Minton, and Nancy Hammond (to name a few). Roger will be going to Montefiore Einstein for both his internship and ENT residency. Who knows who he’ll meet there. lEric lEintibBck Otolaryngology New England Med. Ctr. Boston, Massachusetts Eric was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania but spent most of his life in the Balitmore- Washington area. He received his undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Eric will be doing a General Surgery internship at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Boston before beginning his ENT residency. ilSeirUyn lEIng Radiation Oncology Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Marilyn is from New York City where she’ll be returning to do her Internal Medicine internship (at Lenox Hill Hospital). She received her undergraduate degree from Williams College. 72 lllolfgang i!Iot;rmann Internal Medicine Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia Wolfgang was born in West Germany, becoming a G.S. citizen in 1969. He received his Chemical Engineering degree from Catholic CJniversity, Washington, D.C., and his M.S. from the University of Maryland. Wolfgang plans to follow his residency with a fellowship in Cardiology. Aaron ilSagat Ob Gyn University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Aaron was born in Baltimore and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia where he was an Echols Scholar. Cmirtsto|if;rr Internal Medicine Washington Hosp. Ctr. Washington, D.C. Chris received his B.A. in Biology from Catholic University, Washington, D.C. He is married and has 1 child, Elise Christine Mays. Chris hopes to pursue medical missions work with his family in a developing nation. 73 CHarol JVmt Surgery Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee Carol Ann was born in Jersey City and raised in Westfield, New Jersey. She received her B.E.S. degree in Chemical Engineering Biotechnology from the Johns Hopkins University in 1984. She met Abbott Huang at the HDME retreat in 1984 and they became engaged on September 19, 1987. Her hobbies include Abbott, squash, dancing, swimming, tennis, movies and “getting lost in libraries and bookstores.” Robert MtWtun Internal Medicine Yale New Haven Hosp. New Haven, Connecticut Robert was raised in the Potomac area and received his B.A. in Chemistry from I Williams College in 1984. His proudest achievement is maintaining a long-distance i relationship from college through medical school, which will culminate in a June wedding. The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease. Voltaire Ho Minton Pediatrics University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Mary Jo received her B.S. degree from Syracuse University — Utica College in 1980. She is married and has a daughter, Katie, who was born during Mary Jo’s fourth year of medical school. 74 §aul fHodlin Surgery Montef iore Einstein New York, New York Saul was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Potomac, Maryland. He received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Maryland, College Park. Saul met his fiancee, Stacy Goldberg, the summer before medical school. They were married May 29, 1988, and they will spend their first year together in Riverdale, Mew York. Radiology Geisinger Med. Ctr. Danville, Pennsylvania David was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. In July, 1976, he was drafted into active duty in the Israeli Defense Forces for 3 years. He was honorably discharged in July, 1979, having achieved the rank of Sergeant. David immigrated to the United States in September, 1979, and was naturalized as a citizen in August, 1984. He received his undergraduate degree in Physical Science from UMCP. lEoan Nguyen Internal Medicine Stonybrook, Teaching Hosp. Stonybrook, New York Loan was born in Ha Nam, Vietnam, and grew up in the city of Dalat. She was in her freshman year at the University of Dalat when the South Vietnamese government collapsed in 1975. Loan came to the U.S. as a refugee and was able to continue her studies at Juniata College in Huntington, Pennsylvania. Through an exchange program there, she studied in the Chemical Engineering department at L’Universite Catholique de Lille (France) during 1977-78. Loan received her Ph.D. in Bio-organic Chemistry from the Johns Hopkins University in 1984. 75 piracy Nimmerriclitcr Internal Medicine Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Tracy was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in St. Mary’s and Charles counties, Maryland. She attended Goucher College, Charles County Community College and Georgetown University, receiving her B.A. in Biology. Tracy’s hobbies include reading, family, and food. Her career interest lies in Public Health. §ianley PamfUts Internal Medicine University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Stan was born in Baltimore and received his undergraduate degree from Loyola College in 1983. He married Donna Jean Slowinski in October, 1983. Stan hopes to follow his residency with a fellowship in either Gastroenterology or Cardiology. tcljarti Patten Internal Medicine University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Rick was born and raised in Norwell, Massachusetts and attended Colby College in Waterville, Maine where he majored in Chemistry. He plans to further his abilities in couch potatodom and progress in his personal growth out of adolescence. Paul Perito Urology University of Miami Miami, Florida Paul was born in Louisville, Kentucky and went to college at Emory Gniversity in Atlanta, Georgia. He will do a surgical internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida before moving further south to Miami. diaries pifelps Internal Medicine Hospital of Univ. of Pa. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Charlie attended the University of Maryland, College Park where his talents brought him a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Music. §ttresl| Pl|tlt|i Internal Medicine George Washington University Washington, D.C. Suresh was born in Southern India and moved to the United States in 1980. He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry and Zoology from the George Washington University in 1984. Suresh’s hobbies include travel, hiking, biking, and photography. Of MIDICINI pt|Ut|i Pieters Internal Medicine Carney Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Phil was born and raised in Glen Burnie, Maryland. Phil was a graduate of Glen Burnie High School where he played football, wrestled, and ran track, lettering all 3 years. Phil was an undergraduate at GMBC where he got a BA in Biology. Phil married Andrea Abbott on June 8, 1985 (he says the smartest thing he’s ever done). Phil’s most frightening memory of Medical School was realizing he had slept through the Biochemistry final. His best memories include poker games, football games, softball games, and golf. “Many thanks to my parents and wife for helping me through.’’ §iuart Pollack Internal Medicine Barnes Hospital, Washington University St. Louis, Missouri Stuart graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1984 with a BS in Biology. He married Lisa Bladen in June 1987. §tc)il|cn Pomcrantz Radiology University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Steve was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He graduated from Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, MD in 1980. Steve attended Emory University where he majored in Political Science. Steve will be doing a preliminary year of Surgery at Sinai Hospital. 78 i I j Internal Medicine Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Radhika grew up in Washington, D.C. She attended Johns Hopkins University as an undergraduate. ilSanud Internal Medicine Franklin Square Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Manual attended high school at John Carroll in Bel Air, Maryland. He attended UMBC where he received a degree in Biology. “Maryland has given me so much and I hope to repay it by practicing medicine here. Before I do that, I will get my chance to travel as a lieutenant in the (J.S. Mavy Medical Corps. Wherever the Navy sends me, my heart will always be in Maryland and with my family; especially my mother who is the main reason for my 20 years of education. " iSamos (Ulorta Physical Medicine Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Gloria will be doing an internship in Internal Medicine at Franklin Square Hospital. 79 §l|auttt iEobmson Internal Medicine University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Shawn was born in Baltimore where he attended McDonough High School. Afterwards, Shawn graduated from Brown Gniversity. Shawn was married on May 23, 1987, to Allison K. Lawrence, his “bestest friend in the whole-wide-world.” “To Mom and Dad; words could never express how your love, support, and Sunday dinners have helped me get through these last 5 years. I love you! " “To Mom and Dad-in law for silver palace, tons and tons of goodies, your wonderful daughter, and above all — your love. I love you both. " “Thank you Jesus. You have blessed me with a wonderful life. " (Bautn Wiost Psychiatry University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Gavin was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He came to the O.S. in the 1970’s and became a citizen in 1985. Gavin’s undergraduate education was spent at Johns Hopkins where he received a BA degree in Natural Sciences. Gavin’s interests include jazz and classical music, tennis, swimming, drama and cinema. “Listen to the Sound of One Hand Clapping. " TBonnxt Wiostn Radiology Stony brook Teaching Hospital Stonybrook, New York Bonnie was born in Brooklyn, New York. She attended University of Rochester where she received a BS in Biology and a BA in Psychology. Bonnie was married on August 7, 1982, to Steven Rosen. Their son, Daniel Jared Rosen was born on 11 13 85. Bonnie is expecting another baby on 5 20 88, hopefully before graduation. Bonnie will do a medicine internship at University of Maryland. “A special thanks to my husband — without your love and support I would never have made it!” iJeffrcg WiosBmmtXQ Pediatrics University of Wisconsin Hospital Madison, Wisconsin Jeff was born and raised in Baltimore. He attended Brandeis University where he majored in Biochemistry. Jeff’s interests include running, swimming, folk music, environmental and ecological issues. Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, and intercultural medical care. Seffreg SO00 Internal Medicine Boston City Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Jeff was born in Baltimore where he attended Pikesville Senior High. Jeff received his college degree from Duke University. His interests include writing, saving the world, and secular humanism. (Hatl Ophthamology University of California — San Francisco San Francisco, California Gail was born in Adams, Massachusetts. She received a BS in Chemistry and Medical Technology at the University of Massachusetts. Gail was previously employed as an assistant section chief in the Dept, of Special Chemistry at Berkshire Medical Center and subsequently as a technical services coordinator for Electronucleonics Labs in Columbia, Maryland. Gail will be doing an internship in Internal Medicine at Children’s Hospital in San Francisco. ‘To my colleagues: Best wishes for professional success and personal happiness.” 81 Ktmberlg Sogse Medicine Pediatrics Geisinger Medical Center Danville, Pennsylvania Kim is active in her church and hopes to devote herself to a life of love and service to her fellow human beings as a physician in primary care. One of the high points of senioi year was traveling to Kenya with church sponsorship to work in a medical clinic for villagers. Ctfarles Wiulunh Surgery Onion Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Chuck’s hometown is Annapolis, MD where he attended St. Mary’s High School. He received his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. When you go from nowhere to somewhere. From being no one to someone. Keep repeating to yourself, You owe it to someone else. — Anonymous Hanelle §anbforb Pediatrics Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Janelle was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. She attended Johns Hopkins University and graduated with a BA in Natural Sciences in 1979. Janelle married Jim in 1981. Her hobbies include music, movies, movies, and movies. “To the many special people in our class who have made these four years as eryoyeible as possible, the best of everything to you, you ' ll always hold a special place in my memories of medical school. " 82 SCeuin §cl|0ndel Internal Medicine University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Kevin was born in Towson, Maryland, where he attended Calvert Hall College High School. He received his BS from Loyola College and did post-graduate work in the Department of Anatomy at the (Jniversity of Maryland. Kevin worked as a lifeguard pool manager while in medical school. His hobbies include swimming, water-skiing, and travel. “Thank you to my family for their continued support.’’ Internal Medicine Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland David was born in Baltimore. He graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park. David married Cindy in 1987. They now have a dog named Gumby. David’s I interests include running, Maryland Basketball, and antique Victorian furniture. §d|utart2 Ophthalmology Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Joe received a degree in General Biological Sciences from University of Maryland at ' College Park before medical school. He is interested in athletics, guitar, fishing, singing |in the shower, photography, and general outrageousness. He will be doing an internship jin Internal Medicine at Mercy Hospital before beginning his training in Ophthalmology. i“See, see the future, Be ... be the future.’’ — Tigh Webb (Caddyshack) 83 onati|att §0ib0nber0 Internal Medicine Franklin Square Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Jonathan was born in Philadelphia. He attended Ryker High School in Leonardtown, M[ and Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. Jonathan transferred to University of Maryland from Chicago MED. His interests include water sports, exotic food, and traveling. Hoon §lftn Urology University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Joon was born in Seoul, South Korea, a Virgo in the year of the Tiger. He attended Woodrow Wilson High in Washington, D.C. He received a BS in Biology from Georgetown University. Joon’s hobbies include weight lifting, basketball, ice skating, and dancing. His academic interests include political science, world history, and the stock exchange. Joon’s most memorable moment was his first encounter with Buddhat his anatomy cadaver. lEitckg (UnmpbtU Internal Medicine Milton S. Hershey Hershey, Pennsylvania Lucky was an undergraduate at Howard University where she received a BS in Zoology j Her hobbies include shopping, shopping and shopping. She married Bob in May, 1988.! 84 (ieoffren §klar Urology University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Geoff was born and raised in lovely Baltimore County, where he attended Randallstown High School. He received his undergraduate degree in Zoology at University of Maryland in College Park. Geoff’s interests include Elvis Music and Memorabilia, the “Limbo,” cleaning up after the boyz, and ties. Goeff married Holly in 1986. They have 1 dog — “The Rock.” Internal Medicine Union Memorial Baltimore, Maryland A native of Pikesville, Steven graduated from the University of Virginia in 1984. During medical school, when he wa sn’t behind a book, you could usually find him at the gymnasium. Steven also valued time spent with loving family and close friends. His future is undecided. Neurosurgery St. Louis University Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Noam was born in Minnesota and attended University of Maryland at College Park. “While here I have learned what needed, ate when I could and slept infrequently. I will miss the people but not the place. I especially want to note Brad, Lisa, Saul, Joe B., Aliza, Hinda, Lynn and all the others who made the past 4 years bearable. " 85 ifolin §teers Surgery University Hospital Baltimore, Maryland John attended Westminster High School in Maryland and received his B.A. at Johns Hopkins Gniversity. He is married to Carol and has a daughter, Amanda. He would like to thank everyone including his Mom, Dad, and in-laws, for all of their help over the past four years. Words of Wisdom: (as Dr. Woodward told us) 1 . Do your best. 2. Make a difference with your life. 3. Take time to pet the dog. JVdams §titt Pediatrics Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina Sarah was born and raised in Baltimore, and she graduated from Roland Park Country School. After receiving a degree in Biology at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, she returned to Baltimore for medical school. She was married to Douglas Stitt in June of 1986. Doug has helped her to realize the importance of maintaining a positive attitude in the face of adversity. Sarah’s ultimate goal is to find the right balance between her family and pediatric practice. She wishes to express her deepest gratitude to her husband, family, and friends for their continued support throughout her endeavors. Curtts §tokes Family Practice Hershey Medical Center Hershey, Pennsylvania lEnc §traudf Surgery Gniversity Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Eric was born in Bethesda, Maryland. He attended Walt Whitman High School and Johns Hopkins University. He found medical school to be a very enjoyable experience. Eric is described as “a great guy who really cares.” Friends all agree that he will make a superb surgeon. lEeonardo §trouJi Master’s of Public Health Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland Lenny was born in Washington, D.C., and he received his undergraduate degree from Howard University. Lenny plans to obtain an MPH at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene and to later work as an administrator for the CDC. “Take one day at a time. " KHleg lHUlis §uUtuan Internal Medicine Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia Kelley lived in Glen Burnie all her life and attended Glen Burnie High School. At UMBC she majored in Biology as well as assisted teaching in the subject. On June 22, 1986 just after sophomore year, she married Steve Sullivan, whom she had dated since high school. The two are so close that Steve has been known to occasionally attend lectures with her. When away from school, to relax, Kelley enjoys painting in pastels and watercolors, and sketching in charcoal. 87 ifach §ym0 Internal Medicine Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Jack was raised in Baltimore and attended Andover High School and GMBC for college. Throughout medical school he was a member of the Combined Accelerated Program in Psychiatry. His interests outside of medical school include sports, music, and all kinds of movies. Wiic urh S a tuon ! Obstetrics Gynecology Greater Baltimore Medical Center ' Baltimore, Maryland Rick was born and raised in Baltimore, Md., attended McDonough High School, and went to Duke University, where he obtained a B.S. in Psychology. He went on to a Master’s Degree in Reproductive Endocrinology before entering medical school. He has made time to keep up with weight-lifting and aerobics over the past four years. “Be careful of what you pray for because you Just might get it. " Internal Medicine Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Kenny was born in Hong Kong and came to the G.S. when he was thirteen years old. He received his high school diploma from High Point Senior High in Beltsville, Md., where he spent most of his teens. He majored in Biochemistry at GMCP. Kenny has a multitude of various interests, including tennis, racquetball, computer games, classical music, and world travel (given the chance). His career plans include Cardiology, academic medicine, and private practice. 88 ifeff Internal Medicine VA Medical Center Sepulveda, California Jeff was born in Manhattan and grew up in Connecticut, Ohio, and Gaithersburg, Maryland. He attended JHG, where he majored in Natural Sciences. He is one of the more artistic members of the class. He was a member of a jazz band in both high school and college. He plays the saxophone, flute, and piano. In addition, he is good at sketching and drawing. In medical school his extra-curricular talents also included keeping his friends always happy and laughing. II Pepper Psychiatry New York Hospital Cornell — Westchester Division Westchester, New York Brad was raised in the suburbs of Maryland next to D.C. After attending J. F. Kennedy High School in Silver Spring, he studied Zoology at GMCP. In medical school he was a member of CAPP. His most memorable moments of the past four years include: Studying and lunches with Joe, movies in Towson and HDME with Lisa, P.D. with Noam, discussions with Saul, and hospitality by Aliza. He would like to thank his family and friends for their constant encouragement and guidance and for helping instill in him his thirst for knowledge and understanding. Robert Ijompson Surgery St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Bob was raised in Brooklyn in Baltimore City and attended Calvert Hall High School and GMBC. He played football and baseball in those days, but he loves all sports. He plans to be an orthopedic surgeon and can’t wait to have a family. In his words, he would like to remind the class that: “Every free minute you have, be as happy as possible.’’ 89 i£xU un SIlEiler Psychiatry Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Murk Wit Internal Medicine York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Mark was born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Camp Springs, Maryland. He majored in Chemistry at GMBC. When not studying, he enjoys spending his time cycling, camping, and dancing. Alane ®orf Internal Medicine Rhode Island Hospital Providence, Rhode Island Alane was born in Boston and attended college at Johns Hopkins University. She enjoys . biking and camping when away from the travails of medical school. She will be remembered not only for her and her roommate’s great parties for the class, but also for her good nature (despite the many times we spelled her name wrong). 90 ' ©rttclf Family Practice University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Todd was born in Hagerstown, Md., where he spent his childhood. He attended Highland t View Academy and Andrews University, where he majored in chemistry. Todd didn’t I have much time during medical school for hiking, canoeing, and the other sports which I he enjoys, but he did find time to date and propose to Dawn Heather Oddie, whom he married in May. Todd would like to give a special thanks to his parents especially for t their invaluable and generous moral support throughout medical school. I t OTrombka Pediatrics Georgetown University Hospital Washington, D.C. Lynn grew up in northern Virginia and attended W. T. Woodson High School. She majored in history at Haverford College in Pennsylvania. She spent the first two years of medical school at George Washington University in D.C. before Joining this class Junior year. When not studying she enjoys theatre and hiking with husband Aron, a city planner. She also enjoys the domestic life — especially sewing and cooking. iilarcos ilgarte Obstetrics Gynecology St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Marcos is one of ten children in his family born and raised in Catonsville, Md. He attended Cardinal Gibbons High School and Loyola College, where he majored in Biology. He feels that medical school has been a worthwhile experience, especially for making many good friends. The class appreciates his impressive Job with the note service. Throughout medical school Marcos admits that he tried not to take himself or Medicine too seriously and not to lose sight of the important things in life. 91 p. )9olk Orthopedics University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Phil graduated from the University of Virginia before entering medical school. We wish him the best of luck in his chosen field of Orthopedics. Antte mBber Obstetrics Gynecology Hartford Hospital Hartford, Connecticut Anne graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park. She and her husband, Garry, brought their first child, Bryan into the world while Anne was in medical school. Bryan is now about V z years old and they are expecting an addition to the family in September. Congratulations! )l9tlber Internal Medicine Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Rick graduated from Stanford with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Biology. After receiving an M.S. in Biology at Stanford, Rick headed east to join us for medical school. 92 i99tcl;ael l Uson Family Practice York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Mike grew up in York, PA, and he graduated from CIrbinus College before beginning medical school. He enjoys music as well as several sports including baseball, basketball, football, and swimming. Mike wishes to extend special thanks to Janelle Sandford, Rick Patten, and Joe Schwartz for their support and friendship. " Someday we ' ll look back on this and it will all seem funny. " — Bruce Springsteen Kuerten iKinkler Family Practice San Bernardino County Medical Center San Bernardino, California Juergen was born in Karlsruhe, West Germany, and was raised in New York. He graduated with a B.A. in Chemistry from SCJNY Binghamton in 1984. Juergen is well on his way to attaining his goal of having a practice in the ultimate setting, a beach community in southern California. We know he’ll be at home there given his favorite pastimes are eating tofu, weight lifting, and practicing Karate. His classmates bid him a fond farewell, with a special warning to stay away from those tall blondes. Raymond Orthopedics Gnion Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Raymond describes himself as “an original Baltimoron, " having been born and raised here. He graduated from Calvert Hall High School in 1970. After completing undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins in Natural Sciences, Raymond became a nurse, working both in the intensive care and HMO settings. He went on to become an adult nurse practitioner and physician’s assistant and he even received an MPH from Johns Hopkins before entering medical school. He has been married since 1978 and he has a three year old daughter, Kara. There is no use in arguing with an idiot. — Andre Poe " If you ' re not having fun now, you might as well hang it up, because it doesn ' t get any better. " — RW 93 iSlonford l olf Anesthesiology Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mont was born in Highlandtown and he graduated from Loyola College. Mont enjoys most spectator sports as well as a few non-spectator sports. He has been described by his classmates as an honest and sincere friend with the best music collection and the cutest curls. Mont extends his own special thanks to all of his friends who helped him along the way. Mont will be doing an internship in Medicine at GBMC before beginning his Anesthesiology training. iHarcella )9lo£ntak Internal Medicine University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Marcella was born in Brookeville, Maryland, and she graduated from Catholic University in Washington, D.C., with a B.S. in Biochemistry. She has been married to Mark Eades since December of 1987. Her particular interests are horse shows, neuroscience, and traffic management. )99etniraub Psychiatry University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Celia )l9oobs Psychiatry University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland 94 icirmE Ut9SS You mean you don’t like the dress code for the wards? You’ll never catch me in scrubs without a shave! Bob Thompson He looked like such a nice little boy. Then he got accepted to medical school, And life has never been the same. Raymond Wittstadt This photo is so good maybe 1 can use it for residency applications? Lois Carani May I get a curbside consult? Sally Fenton Hahn 97 pre dlintcal If ars This week you will begin formal studies leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. We have no doubt, based on the screening and scrutiny you have undergone, that you will be doctors. We know you have the ability. You must demonstrate the discipline and dedication. Henry 93 Todays you have a vision a goal, an ideal. In the next few weeks you may be only able to see as far as an anatomy practical or a biochemistry quiz. Some- how, being a doctor has been replaced by becoming one, and all too quickly the lofty thoughts and humane motivations almost amorphously disap- pear. We don t discard them, we just lack the time to tend to them, and like a garden untended and un- cultivated, our dreams become overgrown, tangled, and displaced for a period. adapted from Henry So if you just want to be here to know exactly what you can memorize then you can leave, but hopefully you can get something out of the concepts Vm producing or talking about. Or maybe not. There are some of us who managed to make it into medical school without learning proper personal hygiene and how to read and write, but all of us have picked up somewhere along the line the basic differences between a prokaryotic and a eukaryotic cell. Sorry this note set took so long to get out. I guess I ' ve Just been partying too much lately. Oh, well. On with the show! This was the first of Dr. ' s series of lectures and consequently, some ground rules were laid down: 1 ) No gum chewing. 2) No pulling hair. 3) Important information will be written on the board. Slides will serve as a review and if they are not included in the syllabus or handout they will have a readily apparent take-home message. 4) Don ' t rely on the note-taker. Note-takers are Just in it for the money and don ' t care what kind of bull they feed you. Take notes yourself. Don ' t trust anybody. 5) The lecture today at 10 o ' clock will be hemodynamics instead of what was originally scheduled. This will allow a more logical development of the chaos. There is Just one thing I would like to say before starting this noteset, " oh no. " I hope you ' ve eryoyed this as much as I have. BRPf !? W Does anyone else wonder what is the real significance and true meaning of all the written evaluations we receive on clinical rotations? We did. But then the mystery was solved in the New Year Day s issue of JAMA, 1988, and we thought you would like to know the score. Students Performance Descriptor Percentile 99 Magnificent 98 Superlative 93 Extraordinarily strong 88 Notable 83 Wonderful 80 Terrific, radiant, and humble 78 Accomplished 75 Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory 70 Well read 65 Capable 60 Intermittent 55 Well above the mean 50 Strong 45 Hearty 40 Friendly 35 Well groomed 30 Attentive and respectful 25 Pleasant 20 Punctual 15 Imminently about to blossom 12 Present and fully continent 10 Normocephalic and nonfelonious 8 Claudicative 6 English speaking 5 Ambulatory 3 Respirating and well perfused 1 Charmingly fresh in outlook 0 Eukaryotic and possibly diploid i Nature herself must be our adviser: the path she chalks must be our walk: for so while we confer with our own eies, and take our rise from meaner things to higher, we shall at length be received into her Closet-secrets. William Harvey, 1653 The most essential part of a student s instruction is obtained, as I believe, not in the lecture room, but at the bedside. Nothing seen there is lost, the rhythms of disease are learned by frequent repetition: its unforeseen occurrences stamp themselves indelibly on the memory. Before i the student is aware of what he has acquired he has learned the aspects and causes and probable issue of the diseases he has seen with his teacher, and the proper mode of dealing with them, so far as his master knows. Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1867 4 1 HO i The good physician knows his patients through and through and his knowledge is bought dearly. Time, sympathy and understanding must be lavishly dispensed, but the reward is to be found in that personal bond which forms the greatest satisfaction of the practice of medicine. One of the essential qualities of the clinician is interest in humanity, for the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient. Francis Peabody, 1927 41 ■ Boys and girls, you cannot practice medicine unless you believe that God is good . . . how else do you hyenas think you get through medical school?! . . . you would NOT get a CT scan! . . . military TB, histoplasmosis, and sarcoidosis . . . and furthermore, son, take that hat off in here! . . . you don t have to be smart to be a good doctor; if you were smart you would have been a physicist or banker ... I expect nothing more of you than your patients do excellence . . .Just always do the best you can. ' Theodore Woodward, 1986 - 111 C ft s The supreme happiness of life is the conviction of being loved for yourself, or more correctly, being loved in spite of yourself. Victor Hugo Phil Pieters and Andrea Abbott married after first year. Katie Admundson and Tom, and her true loves the Irish setters. Janelle and Jim Sanford 113 Bob Campbell and Lucky Singh, another success in the med school match game. aula DeCandido and Gregg Heacock. First the orange juice and then last one into he water is a wet hen! Keith and Denise Gustafson Sally Fenton Hahn smiles as perplexed hubby tries to figure out how to take off the garter. Westward, ho! Sarah and Doug Stitt, a midsummer’s dream. Puck arrived too late to cause much chaos. Aliza and Amihood Amir were married in Israel after first year. Bonnie Cohen and Tom Dudley The Lahns looking cute. Meg and Richard Chisolm feeding the birds. Martha and Alex Harwit in California?! (Exploratorium, San Francisco) Where’s the beach? Matt and Lynette Dukehart in Washington. The Bauks sporting sharp formalwear. When all was said and done, we did pretty well. Fifty percent of the class got their first choice; three quarters landed in their top three. Only 8 students did not have a place 48 hours prior to Wednesday, but all had positions by this day. Forty-seven percent of the class went into Medicine; 20% into Surgery. There were 9 pediatricians, 8 obstetricians, 9 psychiatrists, 6 radiologists, and 3 each in anesthesia and neurology. Joe Schwartz and Gail Royal will do Ophthalmology. Kim Royce will do Med Peds; Brett Danzer will do Rehab; Jason Eiband will do E.R. No one went into Pathology. Demographically, we are going to 83 programs at 59 hospitals in 22 states. About half will stay in Baltimore Washington and the rest will venture further afield. What lies over the hill, Soon you will go there, Soon you will know. — American Folk Song 116 ■Ca Alan hasn’t been this excited since the last Bird’s game. A couple of very happy clams. More smiles . . . Tracy and her admiring men. Stand in line, guys! Yearbook photographers prase for the record. Where’s the rest of the gang? The Mintons look happy. Med School Rock Frank’s Place Radons Do the Tough Jobs How brave is Mr. Thunderbird, His liver is a mess. Well he isn t complaining Cause he ain’t abstaining, and he never will confess . . . We do the tough jobs. We do the tough jobs. Through the thick and thin; If the lab isn’t lying. Then your patient is dying. When the white count is higher than the ’crit. How brave is Mr. Oat Cell, His disease has gone too far. His cancer is resected. But his brain is disconnected. And he wants full CPR . . . Refrain. Kenny Kotz We Do the Tough Jobs 119 Stuffing in newspapers for WqyeoutI The Orthopod Song The Orthopod Song; I’m an orthopod and I’m ok, I sleep all night and I work all Day. 1 set long bones, 1 wear high heels, Suspendies and a bra . . . And have buttered scones for tea. Jose Dominguez Wipe out! 120 We Are the Doctors (Finale) I 1| r ri11 nr ' TVf 1 1 l I ii l l Hi l r i || m i 1 1 mb || 1 1 n nm u n I i in i i m i i iii inn iiiii i i i 1 1 imii i iiinii iii iiim n iiiii iiiii ii iiii i iiiiiniiiiiiii iiiiiimiiiii mil llllllllllllllllllllllllllmlll■l lll l lllllll |||llllll Yo Mamma! Bad Your Butt is mine Yeah you heard me right It s 4 am Tve been up all night. Tve had 6 hits 1 ain’t seen 2 Roll on your side This one’s for you. It’s 4 am The E.R.’s packed And you ain’t sick And that’s a fact. I’ve got to do My H and P And that includes this dirty deed. You’ll see the M.S. Ill You’ll see the M.S. IV The intern, resident, MAO, The Attending will come for more. Because You’re Bad, I’m mad; He’s very mad. It’s just my fate to stay up late And I’ll never get to sleep tonight And you know that it’s your fault Who’s bad? You’ve got no veins I’ve got no time 1 guess I’ll try My first central line. This is hurting me More than it’s hurting you Got to find a way To escape this zoo Your hemoccult Is very blue Hey, it’s a turf to the l.C.CI. Go drink your wine Go do your cocaine Just stay away from me Stop causing me this pain. Yo Mammal (Sung with Mexican accent interspersed with yowls) Refrain!: Yo Mamma, yo mamma, yo mamma is looking good to me. Yo Mamma, yo mamma, yo mamma is looking good to me. When 1 went to Med school 1 learned new vocabulary Medical terms Are what 1 learned From attendings oratory But a patient taught me the best phrase During a rectal examination 1 said, Bend over please. Drop your pants to your knees,” And this was his exclamation! He said, ”Yo Mamma . . .” John Steers went to Blood Bank For an emergency transfusion He was in great haste With no time to waste With type and cross confusion He filled out forms at Blood Bank door And asked if data was ample Clerk say, ‘You not complete it You have to repeat it.” And threw away blood sample! John screamed, ”Yo Mamma . . .” Mr. Surgeon call Mr. Internist And say “1 have a present. A post op crash with lab values trashed In need of medical management.” Mr. Internist say, ”You not turf him here.” You fix your own mistakes Lest 1 fear 1 not make myself clear 1 will restate my case! And he say, ‘‘Yo Mamma . . .” A student went to see Dean Dennis And asked for an appointment But for some strange prudence The Dean he not see students Much to our disappointment Secretary say, ‘‘You must leave office now. There is nothing more to say.” Student vents his spleen And says tell the Dean This message from me today! He say, ‘‘Yo mamma . . .” Mr. Lawyer comes to E.R. with arrythmia and palpitation He sprained his brain With too much cocaine From lawsuit celebration He grabs the doctor he just sued And says, ‘‘Oh please help me 1 promise you that 1 won’t sue.” But the doctor laughs heartily! And says, ‘‘Yo Mamma . . .” Joe Schwartz Steve Pomerantz 121 | p31«| 7 ' a S 3 ■ 1 w Bi M -:x m 1 rnrn ' m ME.i r Editorial Staff Editor in Chief: Martha Leslie Harwit Photographers: Joe Schwartz, Eric Lindbeck, Steve Pomerantz, Gregg Heacock, Brett Danzer, Bob Campbell, Phil Pieters, Janelle Sanford, Jeff Ross, Martha Harwit. Layout Editors: Frontspiece: Martha Harwit, with technical assistance of Melissa Brown. Introduction (color): Brett Danzer and Martha Harwit. Faculty: Gregg Heacock. Candids: Steve Pomerantz. Seniors: Sarah Stitt, with the assistance of Alan Aarons, Audrey French, Matt Dukehart, Sally Hahn, Katie Amundson, Michelle Weintraub, and Meg Chisolm. Preclinical and Clinical (color), and final sections: Martha Harwit. Pep Rally Squad: Alex Harwit, Doug Stitt, Manuel Ramos, Joe Schwartz, Eric Lindbeck, Stan Pamfilis, Joe Bruzzese, Mary Jo Minton, Roger Levin, Ira Chang, Radika Rajagopalan, Lorraine Fertsch. The editors would like to especially thank two people. The First is Pat Mahoney, our Taylor Publishing representative. None of us knows how he manages to stay imperturbably cheerful . . . and are convinced that he would be independently wealthy for the rest of his life if he bottled his secret and sold it to tired med students and housestaff. His efficiency, resourcefulness, and patience also make him truly a joy to work with. The second is Dr. Wolfe Blotzer, a one-time chief resident in Medicine and now faculty member. He freely loaned use of his extensive medical library, which saved me hours of time getting to a decent collection of historical references where 1 could look up and properly reference many of the quotes. 126 For this is the end of examinations. For this is the beginning of testing. For what matters finally is how the human spirit is spent, For this is the Day of Joy, For this is the morning to rejoice. For this is the beginning Therefore let us rejoice Gaudeamus igitur, John Stone JAMA, 1983 127 There are places 1 remember all of my life, though some have changed, some forever not for better, some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments, with lovers and friends I still can recall, some are dead and some are living, in my life I’ve loved them all. Lennon and McCartney [ 1 J 1 M 1 J • 1 1 % ”
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