School of Medicine and Dentistry classes celebrating reunions
September 27–29, 2007
60th Reunion: 1947
55th Reunion: 1952
50th Reunion: 1957
45th Reunion: 1962
40th Reunion: 1967
35th Reunion: 1972
30th Reunion: 1977
25th Reunion: 1982
20th Reunion: 1987
15th Reunion: 1992
10th Reunion: 1997
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School of Medicine and Dentistry
Paul Todd (MS) is a coauthor of Bioseparations
Science and Engineering (Oxford University Press). Paul writes that the
book “is designed for use in educating seniors and graduate students
in engineering and science in the downstream processing (isolation and purification)
of biotechnology and pharmaceutical products.”
Donald Gordon (MS), a medical microbiologist
and forensic scientist, has published his first novel, Uncle Harold (Lulu Press).
David Pashley (PhD), the Regents professor of
oral biology and a professor of physiology and endocrinology at the Medical
College of Georgia, received a Distinguished Research Award from the college’s
Carl Soderland (MD), ’79 (Res) has been
named medical director of Lahey Clinic Medical Center in Massachusetts. He
and his wife, Diane, have two children: Peter is a medical resident at Boston
University, and Callie ’03 is a fourth-grade
teacher in Acton, Mass.
A Form of Optimism, a book of poems by Roy
Jacobstein (Res), won the 2006 Samuel French Morse Poetry Prize. The
book draws on Roy’s crosscultural work in international health.
Holly Atkinson (MD) ’79 (Res) has been
named the founding medical editor-in-chief of EverydayHealth.com, a Web site
launched in July 2006 that provides information for managing more than two
dozen health conditions.
Cardiologist Eric Topol (MD) has been named to
lead the new Translational Science Institute and Genomic Medicine program for
Scripps Health in San Diego.
Teresa Liberati (PhD) has been named a research
assistant professor of internal medicine at the Southern Illinois University
School of Medicine, where she also is director of laboratory animal medicine.
Patricia Bauch (MPH), ’06 (PhD) is a senior
research analyst at Hillside Family of Agencies and an adjunct assistant professor
at Monroe Community College in Rochester.
Shana Katzel (MD) married Jonathan Dowell on
September 3, 2005, in Rochester. Shana is a resident at Columbia Presbyterian.
Jonathan is an associate with the law firm of Heller Ehrman in New York.
Patricia Bauch (PhD) (see ’99).