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Full text of "Iatrian : the 1979 yearbook of the Medical College of Pennsylvania"






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THE MEDICAL COLLEGE 

OF PENNSYLVANIA 




IATRIAN 

The Class of 1979 wishes to 
thank all the faculty, friends 
and family who have helped 
them along the way. 





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"Paging Dr. Parker!" 




'Appendectomies are so simple!" 



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Leonard Ross, Ph.D. 



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Myra Elfin, Ph.D. 




Marie Di- 
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Anatomy - 
Gross & 
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Janet Smith, Ph.D. 




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Timothy Cunningham, Ph.D. 












Michael Goldberger, Ph.D. 
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Marion Murray, Ph.D. 




Lillian Pubols, Ph.D. 



Edward Elgart, Ph.D. 




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Julian Marsh, M.D. 




Thomas Tulenko, Ph.D. 




Biochemistry 
Physiology 




Thomas Diamondstone, Ph.D. 




Frederick DeMartinis, Ph.D. 



George Chacko, Ph.D. 



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Microbiology 




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Clifton Ogburn, Ph.D. 




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Richard Gilpin, Ph.D. 




Kurt Paucker, Ph.D. 




John Bozzola, Ph.D. 




David Goldstein, Ph.D. 



Karen Paul, B.A. 



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Community 

and 
Preventive 

Medicine 



Judith Mausner, M.D. 





John Sorenson, M.S.W. 



Iim c iabrielson, M.D. 



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Theodore Krouse, M.D. 




William Johnson, M.D. 





Joseph Leighton, M.D. 



Raymond Mark, M.D. 




John Godleski, M.D. 



Jalal Mobini, M.D. 




Sunder Mansukhani, M.D. 




I.N. Dubin, M.D. 



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Jay Roberts, Ph.D. 



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Pharmacology 



Claire Lathers, Ph.D. 








Paula Goldberg, Ph.D. 







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Steven Baskin, Ph.D. 



Gerald Kelliher Ph.D. 







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Administration 




Mary Ellen Hartman, M.D. 




Alton Sutnick, M.D. 




Andrew Beasley, Sc.D. 




Susan McLeer, M.D. 




Robert Cooke, M.D. 



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Anesthesia 





Joseph Giffin, M.D. 






Medicine 




Donald Kaye, M.D. 




Matthew Levison, M.D. 




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June Klinghoffer, M.D. 




Walter Rubin, M.D. 




Elizabeth Labowitz, M.D. 



28 




Toby Engel, M.D. 




Kristine Soly, M.D. 








Nelson Wolf, M.D. 




Steven Meister, M.D. 



Theodore Lawrence, M.D. 




Herbert I ischer, M.D. 






"I THCU&HT HE W45 
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Paul Siegel, M.D. 



William Frankl, M.D. 




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William Morrissey, M.D. 



Julian Katz, M.D. 




Brajesh Agarwal, M.D. 



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Doris Bartuska, M.D. 








Emmanuel Besa, M.D. 




Jerome Brody, M.D. 




Gerald Escovitz, M.D. 




Jaime Carrizosa, M.D. 




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Neurology 




David Dunn, M.D. 



Paul Schraeder, M.D. 





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Vasant Dhopesh, M.D. 




Mool Nigam, M.D. 






Rosalie Burns, M.D. 




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Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 





Jan Schneider, M.D. 



Fae Adams, M.D. 




Dorothy Barbo, M.D. 




Deurward Hughes, M.D. 







Sergil Cave, M.D. 




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Bernard Eskin, M.D. 




Mary Loveland, M.D. and Claro Floro, M.D. 



Anne Pike, M.D. 



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Pediatrics 




Sumner R. Ziegra, M.D. 



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Linda Hiner, M.D. 



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Estelle Gold, M.D. 



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Leo Madow, M.D. 




Jack Gomberg, M.D. 




Psychiatry 




O. Eugene Baum, M.D. 




Selma Kramer. M.D. 



John Bulette, M.D. 









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Barbara Schindler, M.D. 



Martin Plutzer, M.D. 




Watch That Body Language! 



Robert Steppacher, M.D. 



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George Popky, M.D. 



Pouran Zekavat, M.D. 



Radiology 

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Janet Parker, M.D. 




Linda Griska, M.D. 



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Donald R. Cooper, M.D. 




Surgery 




James G. Bassett, M.D. 



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John Clarke, M.D. 




Jonathan E. Rhoades, Jr., M.D. 



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Harry L. Thomas, M.D. 




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Karim Nakhgevany, M.D. 



Lester Karafin, M.D. 







John L. Sbarbaro, Jr., M.D. Noubar A. Didizian, M.D. 





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I thought dog lab was next week. 




Having a wonderful time, wish you were here. 





Biochemistry by osmosis 



HOW do you spell body 
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I'm strictly heterometric. 





Now we've got Dr. T. where we want him. 



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THE MAKING OF A DOCTOR: PHASE II 

CLASS OF 1981 





Basic Ingredients 

1. 100+ happy compulsives 

2. 2 lecture halls 

3. IV2 labs 



To This Add 

1. books (seasonal item often not 

available when 
needed) 

2. scopes 

3. slides (always in excessive 
numbers) 







Mix and agitate 
at high speed 





Store in Path lab for 6 months 



until thoroughly confused 





Incubate periodically in Micro 
lab 



Note: it is not necessary to get 
clear separation of colonies 



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Warning: feelings of inadequacy and 

exhaustion may be generated 



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Remove from storage 







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SERVING SUGGESTION: TO JUNIOR FACULTY 



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SENIORS 







Shields B. Abernathy, M.D. 

'With regards to excellence, it is not enough to know, but we must try to 
have and use it." — Aristotle 








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Judith Anne Adams, M.D. 



58 





We traveled to far away places together in search of my 
dream. First as two, then three and now four. Their 
support, love and encouragement made it all possible. 
Thank you wife and family. 



Peter Edward Amato, M.D. 



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David Axelman, M.D. 



60 




Carol A. Bainbridge, R.Ph., 
M.D., Ph.D. 



Bridges to cross, 

Paths to travel, 

Mountains to climb 
Onward to new and different endeavors 
Thanks to my considerate supporting 

husband Charles. 




61 



Gary J.P. 
Barrett 




62 



. No matter how peaceful our little 
patch of life might be right now, 
somewhere out there, at the exact 
same moment, there is an ongoing 
scene of almost incomprehensible 
madness. 

— Michael Doonesbury 




hard at work 




class meeting 




two of my best friends 




do they really expect me to know all 
this? 




relaxing with my brother Jim 



Eric P. Batson, M.D. 






Bonnie 
Anne 
Beaver 
M.D. 




Heavy Homework — 
'Catching the Rays' 



64 




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Laura Ennis Brenner, M.D. 







Linda Susan Brodsky , M.D. 



66 



REWAfc 

** $10,000 -» 

IN GOLD COIN 

WANTED 




DEAD OR ALIVE 




The day is short, The task is great, The reward is considerable. 



— Ethics of the Fathers 






Donna 




Robert J. Brosbe, M.D. 






A big dose of cheer is 
a grand placebo 

and enhances the effect 
of all other treatment. 





My husband, Richard 



Lin Anita Jeromin 
Brown, M.D. 



68 





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Linda Eileen Brown, M.D. 



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Arlene Bumbaca, M.D 



70 



With thanks to: 




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My family for their encouragement 

and love 
My friends for their understanding 

and support 
My mother — for everything. 




' 'Goodbye', said the fox. 'And now here is my secret, a 
very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can 
see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye . . . 
It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes 
your rose so important . . . Men have forgotten this 
truth,' said the fox. 'But you must not forget it. You 
become responsible forever for what you have tamed. 
You are responsible for your rose.' 'I am responsible for 
my rose,' the little prince repeated, so that he would be 
sure to remember." 

— de Saint Exupery 



Carol L. Carraccio, M.D. 



71 




Mark A. Chag, M.D. 



I would like to use this space simply to 
thank my family for all that they have done 
for me. I could not love them more. 



72 




Mary Wei-May Chen, D.D.S., M.D. 



73 




Hera Johnston 
Cohn-Haft, M.D. 







"Tu deviens responsable por toujour de ce 
que tu as apprivoise." 

Le Petit Prince 










Donna Sharpless Conkling, M.D. 



75 




John Joseph Cook, M.D. 



76 




Michael Carver Curtis, M.D. 

Santa Barbara, California 

Special thanks to: 

— The University of Lausanne and the Medical College of Pennsylvania, tor giving 
me the opportunity. 

— My family, for their endless support and encouragement. 

— Diana, for putting up with me during the early years. 



77 




Robert Edward Dalessandro, M.D. 



78 




Adrian Dana, M.D. 



79 




Kenneth R. Dee, M.D. 



80 





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John Joseph Deeney, M.D. 




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Debbie 
Sometimes it's hard to tell 
where I end 
and you begin. 



81 




Lance C. DeFrancisco, M.D. 



82 




Samuel Richard DeNardo, M.D. 







The only surprising thing about mira- 
cles, however small, is that they some- 
times happen. 





Maria Maturi Dennison, 
M.D. 



Matthew 



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John Diakiw , M.D. 



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Carol Dimeling, M.D. 



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George Leroy Ellis, M.D. 



87 






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Susan 
Entmacher, M.D. 



88 




Stanford Samuel Weinberg, M.D. 



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Susan Lorraine Fellheimer, M.D. 



90 



Looking ahead, 
I can see . . . 






milestones of a long road 
now coming into view — 



Imagine me . 
a doctor! 



Ellen Fencil, M.D. 



91 




Katherine 



Judith S. 

Freilich, M.D 



Jennifer 



In going where you have to go, and doing what you have to do, and seeing what you have to 
see, you dull and blunt the instrument you write with. But I would rather have it bent and dull 
and know I had to put it on the grindstone again and hammer it into shape and put a whetstone 
to it, and know that I had something to write about, than to have it bright and shining and 
nothing to say, or smooth and well oiled in the closet, but unused. 

Hemingway, 1938 



92 




Joseph G. Freynik, M.D. 



93 






With love and thanks to my 
husband, my children, my par- 
ents and Dr. Hartman, without 
whose help and encouragement 
this page would not read . . . 



Laurentine Richards Yromm, M.D 



94 




... A very special thank you to my 
family and friends for their constant 
support and encouragement. 



Timothy Charles Gee, M.D. 



95 




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Wayne L. Gibbons, M.D. 



96 




Francis Goldstein, M.D. 



97 




Ira Jay Goodman, M.D. 



98 




Susan L. Grant, M.D. 



99 




Owen Matthew Grossman, M.D. 



100 




Anne Marie Gundry, 
M.D. 




To see a world in a grain of sand 
and a heaven in a wild flower, 
hold infinity in the palm of your hand 
and eternity in an hour. 

— William Blake 




I would like to thank my mother and the rest of 
my family for their love, support, and 
encouragement. My thanks also to my friends, 
for helping me to maintain a semblance of 
sanity, and to Martin, for putting up with me. 



101 






Irene Gutson, M.D. 

Non-Illegitimi Carborundum 



102 





J. A. Handal, M.D. 



THANKS MOM AND DAD. 



103 




Nancy L. Harper, M.D 



104 




When I was a little girl, my father said, 
"Janis, any education you want, I'll take 
care of it." Little did he know, twenty 
years later . . . 





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Brother, David; Husband, Scott; Mom, Dad, Me and 

Sheba 



Jam's A/da Rutter Hedin, 
M.D. 

To my loving family . . . Thank you. 





Grandma A Id a 



105 




. . . For nursery magic is very strange and wonderful, and only those 
playthings that are old and wise and experienced like the Skin Horse 
understand all about it. "What is REAL?" asked the Rabbit one day. 
"Does it mean having things that buzz inside you and a stick-out 
handle?" "Real isn't how you are made," said the Skin Horse. "It's a 
thing that happens to you. When a child loves you for a long, long time, 
not just to play with, but REALLY loves you, than you become 
real." "Does it hurt?" asked the Rabbit. "Sometimes," said the Skin 
Horse, for he was always truthful. "When you are Real you don't mind 
being hurt." 

"Does it happen all at once, like being wound up, or bit by bit?" "It 
doesn't happen all at once. You become. It takes a long time. That's why 
it doesn't often happen to people who break easily, or have sharp 
edges, or who have to be carefully kept. Generally, by the time you are 
Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and 
you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don't 
matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly, except to 
people who don't understand." 

From The Velveteen Rabbit 
By Margery Williams 





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Thanks to my family and friends — and 
especially to Ellis, who makes impossi- 
ble dreams come true. 



Antoinette M. Walzer Hershman, M.D. 



106 




Michael Alan Hillman, M.D 



Special thanks to my family, 
Drs. Beasley, Hartman, and McLeer, and Babs. 



107 




Daniel A. Iracki, M.D. 



108 



And I see the sunrise 

Over the ocean 

Sunrise on the sea 

I'm watching the sunrise 

And glad to be living 

Sunrise 

Shine over me 

B. Manilow 




"And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet 
and the winds long to play with your hair." 

Kahlil Gibran 




Oh God what a night 

The moon so full 

The stars so bright 

A gentle breeze carresses soft 

As it blows 

The water ripples silent 

As it flows 

Tonight tonight 

Water shimmers in the moonlight 

Has there ever been such a night 

The paths of fish glimmer 

On the sea 

Sea wind and night 

Tonight 

They hold and crndle me 



Holly Anne James, M.D. 



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Francis C. Kempf, ]r., M.D. 



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Thomas Jackson Kinney, 
M.D. 



"Whatever you can do, or 
dream you can, begin it. Bold- 
ness has genius, power and 
magic in it." 

— Goethe 



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112 



Mary Yuerhs 
Klein, M.D. 




113 




Suzanne J. Klekotka, M.D. 



114 





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Nikki 



Pumpkin 



Tim 




A sweet tooth doesn't always 
need the richest cake. Sometimes 
cookies and a glass of milk will 
do. 

Rod McKuen 




Marilyn Adele Bauer Knaub, M.D. 



115 




Brian Jay Kornblatt, M.D. 



For me there is only the traveling on paths that have heart, on 
any path that may have heart. There I travel, and the only 
worthwhile challenge is to traverse its full length. And there I 
travel looking, looking, breathlessly. 

— Don Juan 



116 




Robert M. Kraus, M.D. 



117 






Victoria Lynn Krause, M.D 



118 




Edward G. Kubovsak, M.D. 



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Henry 



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Mary 



Becky 



Tom Murray Layfield, M.D. 



120 




I want to thank my parents and my brother 
for their never ending support and 
patience. 



Beth Jan 
Leibowitz, M.D. 




121 




My father taught me how to work but not how 
to love it. 

— A. Lincoln 



Thanks to my family and friends. 



Martin Stephen Lipsky, M.D. 



122 





Eva Loeb, M.D. 




It is no good standing on dignity in a situation like this, 
and better not to try. It is a mystery. There they are, moving 
about in my cytoplasm, breathing for my own flesh, but 
strangers. They are much less closely related to me than to 
each other and to the free-living bacteria out under the hill. 
They feel like strangers, but the thought comes that the 
same creatures, precisely the same, are out there in the cells 
of sea gulls, and whales, and dune grass, and seaweed, and 
hermit crabs, and further inland in the leaves of the beech 
in my backyard, and in the family of skunks beneath the 
back fence, and even in that fly on the window. Through 
them, I am connected; I have close relatives, once removed, 
all over the place. This is a new kind of information, for me, 
and I regret somewhat that I cannot be in closer touch with 
my mitochondria. If I concentrate, I can imagine that I feel 
them; they do not quite squirm, but there is, from time to 
time, a kind of tingle. I cannot help thinking that if only I 
knew more about them, and how they maintain our syn- 
chrony, I would have a new way to explain music to myself. 

— Thomas, Lives of a Cell 





123 



No man is an Hand, intire of itself; every 
man is a peece of the Continent, a part of 
the maine; if a Clod be washed away by the 
Sea, Europe is the lesse, as well as if a 
Mannor of thy friends or of thine own were; 
Any man's death diminishes me, because I 
am involved in Mankinde; . . . 

J. Donne 




Dick, source of happiness and comfort 



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Margaret S. Lytton, 
M.D. 



124 



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Johanna Rachel 



Merna Karen Rosentzweet 
Matilsky, M.D. 



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May I never see in the patient any- 
thing but a fellow creature in pain. 
— Oath of Maimonides 




Kathleen Mclntyre-Seltman, M.D. 



126 



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Susan Ellen Metier, M.D. 



128 




Cynthia Lee Miller, M.D. 



129 




Kathlynn D. Miller, M.D. 



130 




Peg Mulligan, M.D. 



131 




Walt William Mutschler, M.D. 



132 




Donald W. Nash, Jr., M.D. 



133 




Richard Claxton Newbold, III 

& Family 



134 




Carol M. Newlin 



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Philip Robert Niswander, M.D. 



136 




Barbara Kazuko Okamoto, M.D. 



137 





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Raymond E. Pontzer, 
M.D. 



Mary G. Verderame 
Pontzer, M.D. 



139 



And so it goes. And so it goes. And so it goes. And so it 

goes goes goes goes goes tick tock tick tock tick tock and one 

day we no longer let time serve us, we serve time and we 

are slaves of the schedule, worshippers — of the sun's 

passing, — bound into a life predicated on restrictions 

because the system will not function if we don't keep the 

schedule tight. 
— Harlan Ellison 
"Repent, Harlequin!" said the Ticktockman 





Rose Mary 
Purrazzella, M.D. 



140 




Debra Ann 
Quahliero, M.D. 



141 




Jeffrey fay Resnick, M.D 



142 




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Robert S. Roberts, M.D. 

Faced with crisis, the man of charac- 
ter falls back on himself. He imposes 
his own stamp on action, takes respon- 
sibility for it, makes it his own. 

— Charles DeGaulle 



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Many thanks to my friends, classmates, fam- 
ily, parents and especially my wife, Nancy, 
who made this achievement possible. God 
bless you all. 



143 




Robert Marc Romanoff, M.D. 



144 




Michael Stuart Rosen, M.D. 



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Peter Winter Rossi, M.D. 



146 




Robert Albion Rubin, M.D. 



147 






148 




Kamal Russell, M.D. 



Sudha Russell, M.D. 




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How often I saw where I should be going only by setting out for 
somewhere else. I have found that to be a doctor is to be a whole man 
who fulfills his task as a scientist with professional quality and 
integrity; as a human being, with a kind heart and high ideals; and as a 
member of society, with honesty and efficiency. As a journey of a 
thousand miles must begin with a single step, so too we must 
remember these things as we step from amongst the pieces of our 
just-one-second-ago-broken eggshell. 

Learn to live perceptively, using that key to wisdom that comes from 
seeing everything with a total perspective and in view of eternity. Learn 
through science to correlate things in space, through history, to 
correlate events in time, and combine all this knowledge aesthetically 
through the beauty of art. 

"Adults are often busy. They don't answer the child's questions. And 
then the child goes to school and the teacher says, 'First you're going to 
learn A,B,C The child still wants to understand UNIVERSE and has 
big questions, and the teacher says, 'Never mind that . . . you learn the 
parts first . . . A,B,C . . .' Then the child goes to college and never 
does get back to the whole." 

— B. Fuller 



Leonard A. Rubinstein, M.D. 



150 






So many to thank 
So many I'll miss 






Alfred D. Sacchetti, M.D 



151 






Ihor 
Steven 
Sawczuk, 
M.D. 




152 





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Howard J. Seltman, M.D. 



153 




Bruce Alan Senay, M.D. 



154 




Cathy 

and 
Randy 



'On 

Call' 




Cathy Sharkness, M.D. 



155 




Robert Shriver 



156 





I knew that I was going to be a 
Radiologist, even before I was born! 




Thanks to my husband and 
parents for all of their love 
and support. 



j^sb^n 



Eric — friend, lover, and tutor 



Lynne Susan Steinbach, M.D. 



157 



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"He tried to persuade me that in the responsible duties of relieving ills which the flesh is heir to, it is appropriate that 
man be the physician, and woman the nurse ..." Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. 1948 

" . . .1 thought of that old gentleman, who is dead now, but was a bishop, I think, who declared that it was impossible 
for any woman, past, present, or to come, to have the genius of Shakespeare. He wrote to the papers about it. He also 
told a lady who applied to him for information that cats do not as a matter of fact go to heaven, though, he added, they 
have souls of a sort. How much thinking those old gentlemen used to save one! How the boarders of ignorance shrank 
back at their approach! Cats do not go to heaven. Women cannot write the plays of Shakespeare." Virginia Woolfe, from 
A Room of One's Own. 1929 



158 




Sometimes the magic works, 
sometimes it doesn't. 



Rita L. Svec, M.D. 



159 




Marilyn Lisa Temkin, M.D. 



160 




David H. Thierman, M.D. 



161 












Freddie Gary Toff el, M.D 




Do not be too moral. You cheat 
yourself out of much life so. 
Aim above morality. Be not 
simply good; be good for some- 
thing. 

— Thoreau 



One should say before sleep- 
ing, "I have lived many lives. I 
have been a slave and a prince. 
Many a beloved has sat upon 
my knees and I have sat upon 
the knees of many a beloved. 
Everything that has been shall 
be again." 

— From an essay by 
W.B. Yeats 



Mary Ann W.S. Tsao, M.D 



163 





James Udell, M.D. 




164 




Marjorie Lee Uhalde, 
M.D. 








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Constance Jean Vitaliti, M.D 



166 




John C. Vitaliti, M.D. 



167 




I'd rather learn from one bird how to 

sing 

than teach ten thousand stars how not 

to dance 

e.e.c. 






Susan R. 

VanHolten, 

M.D. 




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168 











To believe in your own thought, to be- 
lieve that what is true for you in your own 
private heart is true — that is genius. 

R.W. Emerson 





Deborah Jane Wear, 
M.D. 



Many a forenoon have I stolen away, pre- 
ferring to spend thus the most valued part 
of the day; for I was rich, if not in money, 
in sunny hours and summer days, and 
spent them lavishly. 

H.D. Thoreau 



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Jeff Wenger, M.D. 



170 



Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I 
took the one less traveled by, And that 
has made all the difference. 

Robert Frost 

from "The Road Not Taken" 




Phyllis Wocklish Wintz, M.D. 




All my love — 

And a million thanks, 

To my husband, Rob, 

Who is always understanding, 

And loving, 

And by my side all the way. 



Rob and Beasley 



171 




James Craig Wolf, M.D. 



172 






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. . . And miles to go 
Before I sleep, 
And miles to go 
Before I sleep. 

Robert Frost 



Elisabeth N. Wright 
(Henson), M.D. 




173 




Gloria J. Yobbagy, M.D. 



174 




Diane Louise Young, M.D. 



175 




Look to this Day! 
For Yesterday is but a Dream, 
And Tomorrow is only a Vision 
But Today well-lived makes every 



Yesterday a Dream of Happiness, 
And every Tomorrow a Vision of Hope. 
Look well therefore to this Day! 
from the Sanskrit 




Barbara Ann Zajac, Ph.D., M.D. 



176 




Irene Lois Zide, M.D. 



177 



HOUSESTAFF 
APPOINTMENTS 




CLASS OF '79 



Shields B. Abernathy: Int. Med. 

Los Angeles County-USC Med. Center, CA 

James H. Adair: Anesth. 

NYU - University Med. Center, NY 

Judith Anne Adams: Int. Med. 

Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch., IL 

Peter E. Amato: Int. Med. 

Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, CT 

David Axelman: Fam. Prac. 

Eastern Maine Med. Center, Bangor, ME 

d1 A. Bainbridge: Fam. Prac. 
So. Nassau Community Hosp., NY 

y J. Barrett: Int. Med. 
lionmouth Medical Center, NJ 

Eric P. Batson: Flex. 

E. VA Grad. Sch. of Med., Portsmouth, VA 

Bonnie A. Beaver: Ob/Gyn 

Washington Hosp. Center, Wash., DC 

Laura Ennis Brenner: Psych. 

Hershey Med. Center, Hershey, PA 

Linda S. Brodsky: Surg.(ENT) 
Montefiore Hosp., Bronx, NY 

Robert J. Brosbe: Int. Med. 

Thomas Jefferson Univ. Hosp., PA 

Lin A. Brown: I nt . Med. 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med. Center, NH 

Linda E. Brown: Int. Med. 

Memorial Hosp.- U. of Mass., MA 

Arlene Bumbaca: Int. Med. 

Montefiore Hosp., Pittsburgh, PA 



Carol L. Carraccio: Peds. 

Hosp. of Med. College of PA 

Mark A. Chag: Ob/Gyn 

Univ. of MA Coord. Prog., MA 

Mary Chen: Surg. 

Univ. of Calif, Davis, CA 

Donna Conkling: Fam. Prac. 

Central Maine Program, Lewiston, ME 

John J. Cook: Int. Med. 

Hahnemann Med. College S Hosp., PA 

Micheal C. Curtis: Int. Med. 

Wayne State Univ., Detroit, Ml 

Robert E. Dalessandro: Ob/Gyn 
Al lentown Hosp. , PA 

Adrian Dana: Peds. 

Wilford Hall Med. Center, Texas 

Kenneth R. Dee: Flex. 

Long Island College Hosp., NY 

John J. Deeney: Ob/Gyn 

Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Lance C. DeFrancisco: Int. Med. 
Montefiore Hosp., Pittsburgh, PA 

Samuel R. DeNardo: Int. Med. 

Montefiore Hosp., Pittsburgh, PA 

Maria M. Dennison: Peds. 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

John Diakiw: Int. Med. 

Geisinger Med. Center, PA 

Carol Dimeling: Surg.(ENT) 
Pennsylvania Hospital, PA 



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George L. Ellis: Flex. (ER) 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Susan D. Entmacher : Int. Med. 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Stanford S. Feinberg: Int. Med. 

Rhode Island Hosp., Providence, Rl 

Susan Lorraine Fellheimer: Peds. 

Hahnemann Med. College S Hosp., PA 

El 1 en L . Fenci 1 : Peds . 

St. Christopher's Hosp., PA 

Judith S. Freilich: Flex. 

Presbyterian-U. of PA Med. Cent., PA 

Joseph G. Freynik: Fam. Prac. 

Williamsport Hosp., Wi 1 1 iamsport , PA 

Laurentine R. Fromm: Psych. 

Albert Einstein Med. Center, PA 

Timothy C. Gee: Flex. 

St. Vincent's Hosp. , NY 

Wayne L. Gibbons: Flex. 

Public Health , Staten Is., NY 

Francis P. Goldstein: Int. Med. 

Richland Memorial Hosp., Columbia, SC 

Ira J. Goodman: Int. Med. 

Orange Memoial Hosp, , Orange, FL 

Susan L. Grant: Ob/Gyn 

St. Luke's Hosp. Center, NY 

Owen M. Grossman: Fam. Prac. 

Univ. of Okla. Hosp., Okla. City, OK 

Anne M. Gundry: Int. Med. 

St. Mary's Hosp., Long Beach, CA 

Irene Gutson: Int. Med. 

Los Angeles Co - USC Med. Center, CA 

John A. Handal: Surg. 

Downstate Med. Center, Brooklyn, NY 

Nancy L. Harper: Fam. Prac. 

Chestnut H i 1 1 -Jefferson Hosp., PA 



Janis R. Hedin: Fam. Prac. 

Aultman Hosp., Hartville, OH 

Antoinette Hershman: Psych. 
Pennsylvania Hospital, PA 

Michael A. Hillman: Int. Med.- Neurol 
CWRU-Cleveland Metropolitan, OH 

Daniel A. Iracki: Int. Med. 

Western Penn. Hosp., Pittsburgh, PA 

Holly A. James: Surg. 

Montefiore Hosp., Bronx, NY 

Francis C. Kempf, Jr.: Int. Med. 
Hosp. of Univ. of Penn., PA 

Thomas J. Kinney: Flex. (ER) 

Akron General Hosp., Akron, OH 

Jude J. Kirk: Fam. Prac. 

Eglin Regional Hosp., EglinAFB, FL 

Mary Y. Klein: Flex. (ER) 

Illinois Masonic, Chicago, IL 

Suzanne J. Klekotka: Int. Med. 
Bridgeport Hospital, CT 

Marilyn Knaub: Fam. Prac. 

Chestnut H i 1 1 -Jefferson Hosp., PA 

Brian J. Kornblatt: Emer. Med. 
Christ Hosp., Oak Lawn, IL 

Robert M. Kraus: Int. Med. 
Al lentown Hospi tal , PA 

Victoria L. Krause: Int. Med. 
Abington Memorial Hosp., PA 

Edward Kubovsak: Flex (ER) 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Tom M. Layfield: Peds. 

Univ. of Calif., Irvine, CA 

Beth J. Leibowitz: Int. Med. 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Martin S. Lipsky: Fam. Prac. 
Univ. of Calif., Irvine, CA 



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Eva G. Loeb: Psych. 

Pennsylvania Hospital, PA 

Margaret S. Lytton: Fam. Prac. 
Memorial Hosp.- Brown Univ., Rl 

Merna K. Matilsky: Fam. Prac. 
Montgomery Hospital, PA 

Kathleen Mel ntyre-Sel tman : Ob/Gyn 

Presbyterian -Univ. Hosp, Pitt., PA 

Matthew Merliss: Int. Med. 
VA Hosp. - Wadsworth, CA 

Susan E. Metter: Int. Med. 

Northwestern Univ. , Chicago , IL 

Cynthia L. Miller: Diag. Radiol. 
Thomas Jefferson Univ. Hosp., PA 

Kathlynn D. Mi 1 ler: Path. 

George Washington Univ., Wash., DC 

Margaret A. Mulligan: Fam. Prac. 

E. VA Grad. Sch. of Med., Portsmouth, VA 

Walt W. Mutschler: Surg. 
Pennsylvania Hospital, PA 

Donald W. Nash, Jr.: Fam. Prac. 
Charles S. Wilson Mem. Hosp., NY 

Carol Newl in: Peds 

Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Philip R. Niswander: Int. Med. 
SUNY Medicine- Buffalo, NY 

Barbara K. Okamoto: Surg. 

St. Joseph's Hosp., Denver, CO 

Mary Verderame Pontzer: Peds 

Hahnemann Med. College of Hosp., PA 

Raymond E. Pontzer: Int. Med. 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Rose Mary Purrazzella: Path. 
Mount Sinai Hosp. , NY 

Debra A. Quahl iero: Fam. Prac. 

Fort Ord Army Hosp. , Monterey, CA 



Jeffery J. Resnick: Int. Med. 

Mount Sinai hosp., Miami Beach, FL 

Robert S. Roberts: Surg. 
Lankenau Hospital, PA 

Robert M. Romanoff: Int. Med. 

Nassau County Hosp., Meadowbrook, NY 

Michael S. Rosen: Int. Med. 
Temple University Hosp., PA 

Peter A. Rubin: Surg. 

Ceders-Sinai Med. Center, CA 

Leonard A. Rubinstein: Int. Med. 
Abington Memorial Hospital, PA 

Kama 1 Russell: Radiol. 

Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Sudha Russell: Peds. 

Albert Einstein Med. Center, PA 

Alfred D. Sacchetti: Flex. (ER) 
Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Ihor S. Sawczuk: Surg. 

St. Vincent's Hospital, NY 

Howard J. Seltman: Path. 

Presbyterian-Univ. Hosp, Pitt., PA 

Bruce A. Senay: Surg. 

Hosp. of Med. Col . of PA 

Catherine M. Sharkness: Fam. Prac. 
Somerset Hosp, Somerset, NJ 

Robert N. Shriver, Jr.: Int. Med. 
Providence Hosp., Portland, OR 

Lynne S. Steinbach: Int. Med. 

Martland Med. Center, Newark, NJ 

Ruth Steinberg: Ob/Gyn 
Roosevelt Hospital, NY 

Rita L. Svec: Peds. 

Tripler Army Med. Cent., Hawaii 

Marilyn L. Temkin: Int. Med. 
Nassau County Hosp., NY 



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David H. Thierman: Radiol. 

CWRU-Univ. Hosp., Cleveland, OH 

Virgil Thompson: Surg. 

Albert Einstein Med. Center, PA 

Freddie G. Toffel : Int. Med. 

Montefiore Hosp. Center, Pitt., PA 

Mary Ann Tsao: Peds. 

Montefiore Hosp. Center, Bronx, NY 

James Udel 1 : Int. Med. 

Roger Williams Gen. Hosp., Provid., Rl 

Marjorie L. Uhalde: Fam. Prac. 
Wilmington Med. Center, DE 

Susan R. VanHolten : Fam. Prac. 

Chestnut H i 1 1 -Jefferson Hosp., PA 

Constance J. Vital iti: Ob/Gyn 
Med. College of Virginia, VA 

John C. Vital iti : Int. Med. 
Med. College of Virginia, VA 



Deborah Jane Wear: Int. Med. 

Eugene Talmadge Hosp., Augusta, GA 

Jeffrey S. Wenger: Radiol. 

Thomas Jefferson Univ. Hosp., PA 

Phyl 1 is W. Wintz: Ob/Gyn 

St. Francis Hosp., Hartford, CT 

James C. Wolf: Flex. 

Lancaster General Hospital, PA 

Elisabeth N. Wright: Psych. 
Portsmouth Naval Hosp., VA 

Gloria J. Yobbagy: Path. 

Shadyside Hosp., Pittsburgh, PA 

Diane L. Young: Ob/Gyn 

Med. College of Virginia, VA 

Barbara A. Zajac: Int. Med. 

Abington Memorial Hospital, PA 

I rene L . Z ide: Int. Med. 

Abington Memorial Hospital , PA 




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"Really . . . I got it from a toilet." 




"Oh, no! The rabbit died!" 






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186 




'Ooh! That's Disgusting!" 




Breakfast of Champions 







Close Encounters of the Worst Kind 



187 




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'The secret is to wear tight underwear." 






"Honestly, Matt, I thought it was 
you." 





"But you have to do it when the scrub nurses aren't 
looking." 



" . . . And 80 mg. makes 'em piss like a 
racehorse." 







25 mg. Thorazine IM stat 



"O.K. — Up Dr. Clarke to 50 mg. Thorazine." 




Brain Biopsy Report: 

Suggestive, but not diagnostic, of brain 

tissue. 




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THIS NHOJ ATTEND J /V(r!»'* 



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New Conceptions in Medicine 



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Christopher V. Amato; 3-7-78 
Peter E. Amato, Jr.: 5-2-75 




Stephen Zide: 12-1-77 



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Lisa Merritt Kubovsak: 8-27-78 




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Angela Denise Kirk: 
1-6-76 



Matthew Richard Hershman 
6-15-78 



Rebekah Cohn-Haft Johnston 
McAlister: 2-7-78 




Johanna Matilsky 
9-29-78 



Daniel Fromm: 6-78 



Joel Martin Conkling: 1-21-79 



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Honored Patrons 



D.M. Barbo, M.D. 

Anne U. Barnes, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. James G. Bassett 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bauer 

E. Cooper Bell, M.D. 

Frieda Baumann, M.D. 

Robert Basarab, M.D. 

L.G. Bentivoglio, M.D. 

Martha L. Biemuller, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Brown 

Laurence T. Browne, M.D. 

Maurice C. Clifford, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cooke 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Cooper 

Frederick D. DeMartinis, Ph.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dalessandro 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Dee 

Mary B. Dratman, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. William Frankl 



Susan V. McLeer, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maddalon 

Vera Malisoff, M.D. 

Frank I. Marlowe, M.D. 

Julian B. Marsh, M.D. 

Judith Mausner, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. William L. Morrissey 

Grace R. Nachod, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Niswander 

Janet A. Parker, M.D. 

Karen Paul 

Beatrice Pearlstine, M.D. 

Anne H. Pike, M.D. 

George L. Popky, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Protz 

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Resnick 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wm. Ritter 

Mr. and Mrs. Sawczuk 



Leroy J. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ennis 

Marion Fay, Ph.D. 

Lorna M. Forbes, M.D. 

Henry S. Freynik 

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gottlieb 

Roy and Geraldine Grossman 

Cherry Gundry 

Mary Ellen Hartman, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen S. Hillman 

Marion M. Home, M.D. 

Martin Horvitz, D.D.S. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. James 

Lester Karafin, M.D. 

Bernard A. Kirshbaum, M.D. 

June F. Klinghoffer, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Krause 

Elizabeth D. Labovitz, M.D. 

William A. Lista, M.D. 



Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Z. Selbst 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Senay 
Mr. and Mrs. John Smeraski 
John H. Sorenson 
Dr. and Mrs. Alton Sutnick 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temkin 
Harry L. Thomas, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Udell 
J.F. Uricchio, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Walzer 
James D. Watson, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Wear 
Robert J. Wolfson, M.D. 
Sylvia S. Yedinsky, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Young 
Jerry Zaslow, M.D., J.D. 
Pouran Zekavat, M.D. 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences of 
the Medical College of PA. 



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Editors: Toni Hershman 
Anne M. Gund 



Business Editor: James Udell 



Layout: 
Anne Gundry 
Toni Hershman 
Frank Kempf 
Brian Kornblatt 
Martin Lipsky 



Artwork: Don Nash 




Freshman Staff: s^^ 

Ursula Bancroft 
Rich Bloom 
Betsy Crowe 
Syndi Keats 
Richard Lepaine 
Kathy Moffitt 
Cindy Pearsall 
Bruce Rogers 
Jackie Smith Schwankl 
Debbie Tuttle 
Charlotte Tyrala 




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William Constad 
Jim Moore 
Jeff Schiff 
Lorretta Witczak 



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