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Class Notes

School of Medicine and Dentistry

1965

Ralph Stroup (MD) writes that he’s been working in Kenya, helping to build a primary care infrastructure since 2008 through the nonprofit Kenyan Health Care Initiatives, which he founded with the advice of local Maasai leaders. He sends an update: “Thanks, in part, to donations from some of my classmates, funds have been raised to build a health clinic in Ntalabany, Kenya. Currently, the 1,500-plus villagers in the area have to walk six hours to obtain primary health care.” Ralph will continue to raise funds for capital equipment, solar lighting, solar refrigeration, and a drip irrigation green house for food security. He adds: “Our Maasai partners plan to build a nurse’s quarters and a preschool. Hope to see all of you in October for our 50th reunion!”

1975

Richard Tuck (Res) has been named chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics District V, including Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Ontario, Canada. Richard is the medical director of Quality Care Partners, a physician-hospital partnership in southeastern Ohio and is a leading expert in medical coding and billing. In 2013, he received the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Medical Association Abraham Jacobi Award in recognition of his role in educating pediatricians in administration and practice management.

1978

Vincent Mosca (MD) (see ’73 College).

1979

Eric Topol (MD), director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and a leader in the use of digital technology in medicine, has published a book, The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine Is in Your Hands (Basic Books).

1984

Janice Weisman (MD) (see ’80 College).

1985

Bob Glowacky (MS) (see ’84 College).

2000

Sandra Dayaratna (Res) has been named clinical associate professor and director of the obstetrics and gynecology division at Thomas Jefferson University’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College.