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Class Notes--Medicine and Dentistry


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


John Kennell (MD) is a professor of pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine in Cleveland. He is currently teaching first- and second-year medical students and is doing research under a NIH Grant. . . . Robert King (MD) received the Life Achievement Award from the University of Texas at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in 2001. Presently, he is retired and spends time woodworking, gardening, traveling, and reading.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


Harry Pinsky (MD) '59 (Res) writes that he is involved with "Quad A For Kids," which is dedicated to improving opportunities for inner city kids.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


John DeMocker (MD) writes that he and his wife, Janice, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July 2001. Their nine children returned for the celebration.


Charles Cochrane (MD) is a professor in the Department of Immunology for the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif. . . . William Luft (MD) sends an update. He volunteers with the Red Cross (Bloodmobiles) and Habitat for Humanity. He also enjoys traveling to New York City for Broadway musicals and takes a cruise each year.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


Harry Pinsky (Res) (see '51).


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


Albert Chang (MD) was elected to the executive board of the American Public Health Association, the world's largest association of public health professionals.


John Rowe (MD), president and CEO of Aetna, Inc., spoke at a meeting of Rochester's largest employers to promote self-insurance.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002

Henry Rosen (MD) is associate chairman of the University of Washington Department of Medicine. An expert in infectious diseases and associate editor of the Journal of Infectious Diseases, he was widely quoted about anthrax and smallpox following September 11.


Michael Gottlieb (MD) '77 (Res), cofounder of the American Federation for AIDS Research and one of the first to use the AZT drug on AIDS patients, discussed the AIDS epidemic as a guest on The Capital Gang in January.


Thomas Coughlin (MD) has been named CEO and director of Centrex, Inc. of Tulsa, Okla.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002

Michael Gottlieb (Res) (see '73). . . . Carolyn Reed (MD), director of the Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina, spearheaded a $39.9 million fundraising effort to more than double the size of the center. The new facility opened in December 2001.


Martha Phillips Bond (Mas) was hired as director of grants for Hobart and William Smith Colleges.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002


Stephen McLeod-Bryant (MD) became the medical director of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health in August 2001. He works in Columbia, S.C., but continues to live with his wife, Aleta, and their three children in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., just outside of Charleston. He writes that he hopes to see his classmates at their 20th medical reunion in 2004.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002

Marcia Scherer (MS) (see '87 graduate)


Jeffrey Stone (MD) sends an update. He is living in Martinez, Ga., with his wife, Carolyn. He works for the Medical College of Georgia as an interventional neuroradiologist and an assistant professor. . . . Daniel Turner (MD) currently works for the Children's Hospital of Michigan in pediatric interventional catheterization. He is married to Lisa Turner, and they live in West Bloomfield, Mich.


OCTOBER 3-6, 2002

Paul Danielson (MD) '94 (Res) has joined UMass Memorial Children's Medical Center as director of pediatric surgical oncology and as an attending surgeon in the department of surgery. He was also appointed assistant professor of surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. . . . Gina Martin (MD) '95 (Res) married Lloyd Cuyler on September 22, 2001. She is an internist with Lifetime Health, and he is a police officer.


Kathleen Hayden (MD) '96 (Res) (see '87 undergraduate).


Paul Danielson (Res) (see '92).


Edward Fox (MD) recently completed his fellowship in orthopaedic oncology surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital at Harvard Medical School and has taken a position as assistant professor of orthopaedic oncology at the School of Medicine and Dentistry. . . . Gina Martin (Res) (see '92).


Samantha Dane (MD), an emergency room worker at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn., made her amateur boxing debut January 18. She began boxing as part of a workout class at Rochester. . . . Kathleen Hayden (Res) (see '87 undergraduate).


David Sullo (MD) '01 (Res) married Sari Aintablian on July 1, 2001.


Denise Armstrong (MS) married Steven Ray on September 29, 2001. Denise is pursuing a doctoral degree in microbiology and immunology at the University. . . . Kathryn Cleary (MPH) (see '91 graduate).


David Sullo (Res) (see '98).


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