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1993 MEDIC 

The Hahnemann University 

School of Medicine Yearbook 

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The Hahnemann University 
School of Medicine 
Yearbook 



editors: 

Marc K. Dy 

Sue Ambrose 

Greg Jung 



4AHNEMANN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



ADMITTING INFORMATION 



SAMUEL HAHNEMANN 

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MR# 1234567 

ADMISSION DATE: AUGUST 1989 

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History of Present Illness 



Past Medical School History 



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or HTN here - just a look 

at the Class of '93 over the 

past four years. 



Physical Exam 



General appearance 
and The Vitals 



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Progress Notes 

A sneak preview of the 
Classes of '94, '95 and '96. 



Ancillary Notes 

Clubs and organizations. 

Consults 

Administration and faculty 



Discharge Planning 

Match Day results 

Consents 

Best wishes from home. 

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Patrons 



HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS 



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HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 



Hahnemann University, a private, non- 
profit institution founded in 1848, is a 
progressive academic health center 
dedicated to excellence through the provision of 
higher education, health care, research, and 
community service. 

Located in center city Philadelphia, Hahne- 
mann has a total complex of 11 buildings con- 
taining modern state-of-the-art facilities. The 
clinical center of the University provides tertiary 
care and has a 616-bed hospital. 

Over 2,000 students are enrolled in programs 
of study offered by the School of Health Sci- 
ences and Humanities, Graduate School and 
School of Medicine. The University attracts a 
varied coeducational student population from 
numerous ethnic backgrounds and origins. The 
overall setting of the School of Medicine within 
a major academic health care center offers stu- 
dents an opportunity to develop an understand- 
ing of the roles and responsibilities of each mem- 
ber of the health care team. 




HAHNEMANN UNI IOSPIT/ 




PHILADELPHIA 



Philadelphia was founded in 1682 by Wil- 
liam Penn, an English Quaker. King 
Charles II granted Penn a parcel of land 
in the New World as payment for a debt the 
Crown owed Penn's father. The city grew rap- 
idly, becoming the second largest English-speak- 
ing city in the world just before the American 
Revolution. Philadelphia was the Revolutionary 
War capital, except for nine months of British 
occupation. The first continental Congress met 
at Carpenters Hall in 1774. The second State 
House, later renamed Independence Hall, de- 
clared independence in 1776. In 1786, from May 
25 through September 17, the Constitutional 
Convention was held at Independence Hall. 
Philadelphia served as the fledgling nation's cap- 
ital until 1800. 

Philadelphia is the second largest city on the 
East Coast and fifth largest in the country. City 
population is estimated at 1.68 million. The met- 
ropolitan population is about 5.78 million. 





AMERICA STARTS HERE!! 








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Colonial Philadelphia comes alive in a 
stroll through historic Old City's Soci- 
ety Hill and Queen Village cobblestoned 
neighborhoods or on a ride in a horse-and-buggy 
carriage. Penn's Landing on the riverfront offers 
visitors a leisure spot for cultural fairs and his- 
tory. A visit to South Street opens doors to 
unique ethnic dining and shopping expeditions. 
Many students take time to visit Philadelphia's 
excellent cultural and scientific institutions: The 
Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Mu- 
seum, the Academy of Music, the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Fine Arts, the Port of History Mu- 
seum, the Maritime Museum, the F : ranklin Insti- 
tute Science Museum and the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Natural Sciences, to name a tew, 
Students frequent some of the main shopping 
sites in center city: The Gallery (Philadelphia's 
three-block indoor shopping mall), the Reading 
Terminal Market (an indoor "Farmer's Market" 
which features fresh produce and exotic foods 
from .(round the world) and the Shops at 1 iberty 
Place 



CLASS OF 1993 



Hahnemann University School of Medi- 
cine seeks to admit persons from a 
wide spectrum of experience and back- 
grounds with the goal of obtaining a heteroge- 
neous group of mature, thoughtful and dedi- 
cated students. The School particularly encour- 
ages applications from members of cultural and 
economic groups underrepresented in the medi- 
cal profession who possess the motivation and 
aptitude for the study of medicine. 




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PAST MEDICAL HISTORY 




Your mom laid out white pants for you too!? 




hatching: A. Takayasu's, B. Hashimoto's, C. Kawasaki's, D. Hirschsprung's WARNING! Staring at this photo may singe one's retina 



ST MEDICAL SCHOOL HISTOR 1 



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Andy is smiling because: 

A. He has just finished Boards. 

B. He is drunk out of his gourd. 

C. He is thinking he may get lucky tonight 

D. All of the above. 




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AL SCHOOL HISTORY 










See a hip yet? 



This is how Dan looks to his patients during a pelvic exam. 




Medicine at Monmouth in February? Hated it!! 



The real singers on the Milli-Vanilli album. 




That's the way it was, and we liked it!' 



The band dives into their rendition of Nirvana's "Smells Like Trichomonas. 




m, caught moonlighting at Le Bee Fin. 



When Pam needed a i amaze partna everyone pin hit) In 




The first step in selecting a residency. 



Last year's winners of HU's annual Lambada contest. 








"Hey Sarah, do you think hats really are phallic symbols?' 



Don Knots. Don ]uan. Don Ho. 





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Chloral hydrate always works on the first date. 








"Dudes, what rotation are we on? 



I'm not that drunk!!" 




Pediatrii s .11 Monmouth 



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The guys just love it when its urine drug 
screening day. 



BLURRHPP! 




Differential diagnosis for Kyle's condition: 

1) Drunkenness from excess EtOH consumption 

2) Narcolepsy from sensing pheromones stored in Don's moustache 

3) Paul's overwhelming conversational skills 



Wilma is: 

a. Trying to forget about her last boyfriend 

b. Propping her bowels for a lower CI study 

c. Hoping a disulfiram reaction will add to her tan. 




MEDICATIONS 




Dulcolax 10mg po prn. 



Obvious side effects of steroids. . . . testicular atrophy. 




Nystatin drops really works. 



Noelle disregards the no alcohol with Flagyl warnings. Pam says, "hang the pit!' 



PHYSICAL EXAM 



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The Class of 1993 is a group of young adults 
who appear awake, alert - in the presence of 
attendings - and oriented times three, except 
when post-call. Most are well developed 
mentally, but physically, some show signs of 
thiamine and folate deficiency. These young 
doctors appear to have periods of confusion, fear 
and paranoia, but, most likely will be in NAD 
after match day. 




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Normal prostate. Good sphincter tone. Heme negative stool. 



Cold water calorics intact 




Anemia of chronic disease 



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and now ... THE VITALS 




MICHAEL ANGELO ADDONIZIO, 



M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 




LAURENT ADLER, M.D. 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 




He is not laughed at that laughs at himself first. -Thomas 
Fuller, M.D. 



Any time things appear to be going better, you 
have overlooked something. -Anonymous 







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JOHN L ALFIERI, M.D 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 




Hi Angela, DADDY'S HOME! 



THIS PAGE IS 
DEDICATED 

To the memory of Joseph 
A. Alfieri, M.D. a great 
father and an excellent 
physician and to my wife, 
ANNE, and my mother - 
without your love, support 
and encouragement I may 
NEVER have finished. 





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STUDYING FOR BOARDS 



Sorry Angela, I have to study! 



AURANGZEB A. ALI, M.D. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 






SUSAN M. AMBROSE, M.D. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BINGHAMTON 




SUCCESS 

"To laugh often and love 
much; 

To win the respect of in- 
telligent persons and the 
affection of children; 
To earn the approbation 
of honest critics and to 
endure the betrayal of 
false friends; 
To appreciate beauty; 
To find the best in others; 
To give of one's self; 
To leave the world a bit 
better, whether by a 
healthy child, a garden 
patch, or redeemed social 
condition; 

To have played and 
laughed with enthusiasm 
and sung with exultation; 
To know that even one 
life has breathed easier 
because you have lived; 
This is to have suc- 
ceeded." 

- Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Life at the Salty Dog, Hilton Head Island 
"It doesn't get any better than this!" 



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"Every exit is an entry 
somewhere else." 

- Tom Stoppard, 
1967 



RON MAX ARYEL, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES 





Hurray! I graduated! 



'Congratulations Ron!" said Mayor Bradley (1979) 




Ron Aryel, center, groduoting senior ol Beverly Hills High School, receive' 
ending Student Award in the onnuol program sponsored by Gibraltor Savings ono 
Aim i ,n cooperation with the slolewide California Saving! and loon league He il 
handed the $100 caih oward and on engraved bronze medallion trom Don Slewort 
« |h manager ot Gibraltar Savings' Beverly Hill, office Alio pictured at the presentolior 
.a Duboe. representative from Beverly Hills High School Ron. active with forensics ono 
ahsm. plons o mo|or in Medicine ot UCIA 

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'What shall I he when I grow up?" (196J) 



Mom D.itl .iih) Shireen 



Love Koii 




GLENN THOMAS AULT, M.D. 

MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 




To Maria, my family 
and my friends, 

Thanks for all of 

your 

love, understanding 

and support. I 

couldn't have done 

it without you. 





Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious 
triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take 
rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor 
suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that 
knows no victory or defeat. 
Theodore Roosevelt 



RICHARD VANCE BARNES, M.D. 

HERBERT H. LEHMAN COLLEGE 
CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 





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THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 




STEPHEN BERNHARDT, M.D. 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 





DARSHAN K. 
BHANGDIA, M.D. 

TUFTS UNIVERSITY 




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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 





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DAVID J. 

BORYS, M.D., M.C.M. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 

HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL 




42 "JESSE HELPS ME LEARN PATHOLOGY" 



"DESPERADOES" 






THOMAS N. BOTTONI, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




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Financial ruin from medical bills is almost 

exclusively an American disease 

—Raul Tur/t'\ 

It should be the function of medicine to have 

people die young as late as possible. 

— -Ernst L. Wyndei \4D 

Speak kind words and you will hear kind 

e< hot's 

— Rihn 

. . . We stand today on the edge ol a ne^ 

Frontier .... a frontiei o\ unknot n 

opportunities and perils afrontierol 

unfulfilled hopes and threats. 

—John f K cunt \i\ 



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SHEILA R. BOYLE, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 




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M.D., R.Ph. 

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 




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/lorn and Dad: I hank you for always being their 
whenever we needed you. 



id m\ beautiful wife Kim Your love and support has 
enabled me to a< hieve im goal Ms love foi you grows 
deepei every day ol my life 






ROBERT TODD 
BRAUT1GAM, M.D., M.S 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 
DREXEL UNIVERSITY 




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DANIEL BENNETT 
BROWN, M.D. 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 




When I'm sad, she comes to me with a thousand smiles she gives 
to me free. Fly on little wing . . . 
Jimi Hendrix 

By chance you crossed the diamond with a pearl. You turned it on 
the world. That's when you turned the world around. 
Donald Fagan 




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ALEXANDRA B. BUDIKE, M.D. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 




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MARK VINCENT 
CALIENDO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 






OLETHIAELISE 
CHISOLM, M.D. 

RICE UNIVERSITY 




DANA 
CHRISTIANSEN, M.D. 

HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA 




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From childhood, I would look 
down the long corridor of life and 
I could see a flame meekly 

•^glowing in the far distance. It was 

Wa sign of hope in the future, for 

Wove and happiness. 

K I was driven by a dream that 

I! someday I would reach that flame 
\ and be able to build it into an 
j external blaze. I have finally 
X reached it, but it is in the form of 
I warm sunshine and a beautiful 
i rainbow. It is my wonderful 
I husband, Craig. 



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JAMES CHUI,M.D. 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL 




ANNETTE M. 
COLAVITA, M.D. 

SAINT JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY 






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THEODORE DAVID 
CONLIFFEJR.,M.D. 

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 





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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 





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LYNN DAMITZ, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME 




Success 

( To lauqh often ana much ; 
to win the respect of intelligent people 

and affection ofchifdren ; to earn the 
appreciation of honest critics aticf 
enefnre the Setraual of false friends; 
to appreciate feautij, to find the best 
in others; tofeave die world a hit 
hitter, wheth~er hij a fuaftfiij cnifd, 
a garden patch or a redeemed 
sociaf condition ; to fenow even 
one fife has breathed easier hecause 
itou have fi'ved. 'Tfr/s is to have 
succeeded. 




DALTON R. DANIEL, M.D., MA. 

CITY COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 




"fHANKS TO ALL MEMBERS OF MY FAMILY, 
EPECIALLY MOM & LORRAINE 



TO BABY MELISSA, THE NEW JOY OF MY LIFE 





ROYA E. DARDASHT1, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDCE 




M. SCOTT DAWSON, M.D. 

URSINUS COLLEGE 









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IVIRYONI THAI HELPED 

MAKE MY DREAMS A REALITY 

LOVE, SCOTT 




ANDREW H. 
DEMICHELE,M.D. 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 




GOOD FAMILY, GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD 

TIMES - 
THE BEST IS YET TO COME 



CARNEY THOMAS 
DESARNO, M.D. 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 




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CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM DEITCH, 



M.D. 

COLGATE UNIVERSITY 




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YANICK DENIS, M.D. 

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 



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KAREN DETWILER, M.D. 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 




ALISA A. DEVLIN, M.D. 

IMMACULATA COLLEGE 






KYLE ANNE DURHAM, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 





MARC KENNETH DY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 



jlMATE COOL richard butler, toni halliday, william s. burroughs, kirk o'hanion, warhol, robert rauschenberg, roy lichtenstein, josh wink, vijay khatri. BAD BOY CLUB 
: surmelli, chris foley, mike friedman, James dean, sunny r, susan v, richard b. FAVE CLUBS xero, silk city, bank, vagabond. FAVE HANC-OUT dirty frank's. NAMES 
4Y KIDS miki, mathu, hannah, andie, kylie, stephan, boktosh. FAVE BANDS cocteau twins, cabaret voltaire, xymox, j and m chain, curve, shamen, Utah saints, pet 
boys. FAVORITE CATCH PHRASE gentlmen, we have bush. ADVICE TO ALL have a pair of specs for any occasion, mood, outfit or weather condition. 




. I picture the surgeon akin to an artist 
n that both develop and perfect a cer- 
ain style, technique and field of exper- 
ise through studying and imitating the 
vorks of the masters. The final product 
Jecomes a living evidence of his work; 
i masterpiece left to be critiqued and 
ippreciated by all. 








MARC K. D Y 



The Gospel According To 







JAMES S.EAKINS,M.D. 

THE JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 




RACINE N. EDWARDS-SI LVA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 




To my devoted husband Ivan, my daughter Christina, my Mom 
and Dad, my Aunt Carrie, my Grandma, my sister Vonda, and my 
dearest friend Lisa: "I thank you all for your generous love, support 
and encouragement. " 




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In loving memory of both my Father and Grandfather. 



"My blessed and joyous Wedding i to) ' 







DAIZY K. ENGINEER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES 



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BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 




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ALCHEMY 

God said, first of all 
Make her woman: 
Let her create 
As no man can. 

Hand her a brass chalice 
And call it Youth, spilling 
Its pure content, 
Prodigally willing. 

Fashion her legs lean, 
Steel to slice the clean 
Water through, with Grace, 
Swiftly to the main stream. 

Mould an iron heart 
Open to Love, 
Lest I labor this cast 
In vain above. 

Give her leaden hands 
The quick of Life 
To soothe the scarred child 
Laid low in strife. 

And in the criK ible of Pain, 
Fired to high rising pressure, 
Drop one <.U\u 
reardrop ol treasure 

I'I.k e on hrr brow, now, 
sm.ili mh\ high the diadem 
Of golden w isdom 

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And so ( iod made hei 
in .ill hei hours 
Slowly , inexorably, purposely 
Imperfa tK yours 

R.B Ennis 






BEENA JASMINE 
ENU,M.D., M.S. 

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL 




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MARIA M. FASANO, M.D. 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 






RICHARD M. FLORIO, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, HAYWARD 




CHRISTOPHER FOLEY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE 











ERIC BRIAN 
FRIEDBERG, M.D. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY 






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RALPH C. GABRESKI, M.D. 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 






NEILGAFFIN, M.D. 

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 




SARAH CATHARINE 
GELBACH, M.D. 

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 




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STEVEN MICHAEL 
GELMAN, M.D. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY 




CAROLYN GOLDMAN, M.D. 

TULANE UNIVERSITY 




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CARIN GONSALVES, M.D. 

HOBART AND WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES 




DANIELS. 
GOTTSCHALL, M.D. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF 
NEW YORK AT BINGHAMTON 





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LOUISE DIANE 

GROSS REYNOLDS, M.D. 

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 
GOUCHER COLLEGE 




RICHARD I. GROSSBERG, M.D. 

FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 




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")P FIVE MOST MEMORABLE 
OMENTS AT HAHNEMANN: 

3am blood draws (not mentioned in 

admissions brochure). 
| Iqbal Paroo on castanets, C. Everett 

Koop on maracas. 
. NCB Escalator Repair Team join with 

Dr. Yunis and discover RFLP's jammin 

escalator motor. 

Medicine C welcomes new attendings 

Peter Pan and Donald Duck. 

"I'm going to touch you now." 



Dan, Dairy n and I. 



Dan, Darryn and I aftei repaying student loans. 




tAMITABHA GUPTA, M.D. 
I ■ MCMASTER UNIVERSITY 




LORI MARIE GUYTON, M.D., 

M.H.S. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



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My Mom & Dad 



My family - my main support and reason for my success. 



My sister - Loretta 




(ff - Thanks for all your pa- 
l-nce and understanding. 



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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL 




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To All My Loved Ones, Thank you for your love and support. I couldn't have done it without you. 



DR. ARTHUR HAB 
1963 



MICHAEL JOSEPH 
HAGG,M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 








Michael Hagg: TIMES AND 


1 ACES TO REMEMBER 


lie Strand 


The Banana Bomb Squad 


Je 'Tec 
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F&M Geno's 


The Branch Biaritz 


Tylor's 


Pier 19 The Roll 


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H.B.'s D.H. 




DONALD T. HALL, M.D 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 




TONI ANN HAWLEY, M.D. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 









LLOYD EMERSON 
HELLER JR,M.D. 

STATE UNIVERSITY 

OF NEW YORK AT BINCHAMTON 




AMY BETH HERBSTMAN, M.D. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY 





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BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 







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My parents: 

I could not have done this without your love! 



My sister Susan and brother Avram: 
Your love and support are priceless to me. 



I would like to thank the following wonde 
ful people for all of their love and suppc 
these last 4 years: Ema & Abba, Susai) 
Avram, my grandfather Ralph, my grar 
mother Ruth, Nomi, Richard, Meliss 
Steve, Marcia, Dave, Deb, Fred, Gail 
Kelly, Nancy, June, A.B., Aunt Joyce, Bill I 
Carol, Seth, Josh, Dan, Lloyd, KeishJ 
Gary, Greg, Joe, Steve G., Kathy & 
Alisa, Suzanne (hey Suzanne, how abc 
matching together in Jacksonville, Flc 
ida?), Ted, Carl, Dana, Helene, and Ph 
You have all added so much happiness | 
my life. 




Richard & I on one of the 14 birthdays 
we've spent together. 




Sue & I touring around Jerusalem, Summer 1990 



A.B. & I - A.B. remembered my exam dates 
than I did! 




Deb in her element. 



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Gail & I - March for Women's Lives 
Washington DC, 1987 



Marcia & I - Brandeis Univ. 1983 



Alisa - Thank you for reminding it 
to smile these last 4 years. 



CHARLES CHUNG-CHAUN 

HO, M.D. 

DREXEL UNIVERSITY 






SCOTT DAVID 
HOUSER,M.D. 

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 




^AMIH ADEL IBRAHIM, M.D., M.S. 

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL 






To my beloved family: 

Thank yoj for your loving support, especially you 
mom. I love you so very much. 

To my wonderful friends: 

Thanks for being there. You guys kept me sane through 
it all. Who knows maybe we'll all finally "grow up" some day. 



Finally, Thank you Lord for it was when things looked bleakest that you graciously 
reminded me of Your presence in my life. You truly never let me down. 








PAMELA E. JACKSON, M.D. 

WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY 




DANAB. JACOBY,M.D. 

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 






JEHANEC 
JOHNSTON, M.D. 

COLBY COLLEGE 




BONITA LOUISE JUDE-CHAPMAN, 

M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS 




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'Greater is the Spirit of Cod that is in me than any obstacle that stands before me. " (1 John 4:4) 




4ny grandmother, 

^dicate this page, my career, my life to 
All that I am I owe to you. I hope I wil 

e half the dedication you have devoted 
e health profession. I thank you for 

rything you taught me, but most of all I 
k you for raising me as a Christian. 




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My oldest sibling, Felix (1956-81) 
I dedicate this page in your loving 
memory. You left us too soon, but 
you are always in our hearts. 




nks Mom, Dad, Aunt Anna, Uncle Charles, Uncle Harris, Anto, Bijou, Zap, lean tammy, lohnny, Nathaniel, Diane Robert 

[ela, Ansu, Varfee, Aristide, Anjolique, Rhea, Chislene, Lauren, my in-laws, my heavenl) friends and m.u.a Hunks mi \our 
.port and believing in me. 

''THANKS BE UNTO COD WHO AL WA I S I U SiS ML TO TRIl \ 




GREGORY ALAN JUNG, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES 




TO MY PARENTS, MY BEAUTIFUL WIFE HILAR Y, THE REST OF MY FAMIL Y & ALL OF MY FRIENDS IN CALIFORNIA & 

PHILADELPHIA: 

Thank you for all your love, support & patience. I never could have made it without you. I love you all. - C\ 



DINAKIA-NOURY, M.D. 

BRYNMAWR COLLEGE 



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MOONJOHN KIM, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK 




GEORGE KIMBIRIS,M.D. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 





R.MICHAEL KOCH, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA 




DAVID SCOTT 
KORMAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 






LANE DAVID 
KREVITT, M.D. 

TUFTS UNIVERSITY 




LAURA KROENING, M.D. 

WHEELING JESUIT COLLEGE 






PAMELA HENRICH KUREY, M.D., 

M.S. 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 

HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL 




David Spencer Kurey, 3 days old, born 
10/6/92 




My mother and stepfather 




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My father, George Henrich witl 
me, Age 4 



Our Wedding Day - Aug. 17 1985 



My husband, Greg 




My brother, David 



CHRISTINE D. LALLOS, M.D. 

COLGATE UNIVERSITY 



This page is dedicated to all those who provided me with UNLIMITED SUPPORT. 





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KENDRICK M.K. LAU, M.D. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 






He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose. -Jim Elliot, 1949 



I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. -Philippians 4:13 

To my friends and family, 
Thanks for all your love prayers and 
support. I couldn't have done it 
without you! 





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HANAM. 
LAZNICKOVA, M.D. 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE 





GEOFFREY EVANS 
LEBER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA 






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BETH HOPE 
LERTZMAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 




WILMAT. LETSCH,M.D. 

ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY 









STEVEN LEVIN, M.D. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 




KERRY ANN LUCK, M.D. 

ALBRIGHT COLLEGE 









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NOELLECHR1STIANE 
LUDWIG,M.D. 

DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY 




CHARLES G. MAJCHRZAK JR., 



M.D. 

CANNON UNIVERSITY 





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"Been dazed and confused for so long . . . " R. Plant 




Age 15 months 

"the road goes ever on ... " -J.R.R. Tolkein 



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KAREN A. MARR, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO 




CYNTHIA B. MASON, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




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The Tides of Life 

At the beach when the tide 
is going out, the waves recede 
and it seems that nothing is 
happening in the sea. But the truth 
is that great swells are gathering 
strength beneath the waters, 
building energy for the time 
when the tide will return 

It's similar to times in our own lives 
when something we have depended 
on is gone and we are left with 
a feeling of emptiness and sadness. 

At times like this we can take heart, 
knowing that an unseen strength 
is building within us. And if we 
can only be patient, relying on 
a sure faith, the tide of life will 
turn and happiness and fulfillment 
will once again return to us. 

Dean Walley 




WILLIAM E. MATTHEWS, M.D. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 



To my family and friends: 
I couldn't have done it 
without your love, help and 
support. 




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HARPAUL SINGH 
MEHROK, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES 






ROSELLE DAGOSTINO 
MESMER,M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 
BRYN MAWR COLLEGE 




HELENE ANNE MILLER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 





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CARLMILLNER, M.D. 

OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE 







SANJAY MISRA, M.D. 

DREXEL UNIVERSITY 






ELIZABETH A. 

WILLIAMS MITCHELL, M.D. 

BOSTON COLLEGE 





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CAROL MOHEBAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 





JOHN G. MOURATOFF, M.D 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 





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"I saw a happy man, one 
whose cherished dream 
had so obviously come 
true, who had attained his 
goal in life, who had got 
what he wanted, who was 
satisfied with his lot and 
with himself." 

Anton Chekhov 




JAMES H.MYER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 
CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY 






JEFFREY A. NORTON, M.D. 

COLBY COLLEGE 



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MICHAEL PHILLIP 
NOTARIANNI, M.D. 

BOSTON COLLEGE 






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To my lovely wife, Kimberly 

/ love you with all my heart and soul. 
Without you all my hard work and 
success would mean nothing. I promise 
to continue to show you how much I 
love you for you are my heart, my world, 
my life. The future is ours together, 
always. 
To MOM and DAD 

Without your love, support and 
understanding, I couldn't have made it. 
You have always been there when I 
needed you. You are very very special 
and I love You very much. 





PROMISE YOURSELF 

To be strong that nothing can destroy i our peat e of mind. 

To make all your friend- feel there is something in them 

To look at the sunn\ side of everything and make yout optimism come tn 

To think on/) of the best to "<>rk <>/>/\ for the best, .nut to expect onfy t/n 

To be Just .1- enthusiast^ about the m/< < ess oi other-, a- you are about yot 

To wear a cheerful countenant e at all times and give every living > re. nun yi >.. meet a 

smite. 
To give so much time to the improvement oi yourself that \ou have no tkn\ 

< rith i/e other-. 
To be too large tor wort) too noble tor anger too -l- 
permit the present <• ot tumble 







MICHAEL ANGELO 
NOTTE,M.D. 

WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 







ERIN A. O'MALLEY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 






PRINCE SYLVANUS 
OYOGOA OSOMOBA, M.D., 



M.S. 

CLARK COLLEGE 
ATLANTA UNIVERSITY 




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MARYH. PAK, M.D. 

BRYNMAWR COLLEGE 





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AUDWIN JOSEPH PANGILINAN, 



M.D. 

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 








To My Wife, Melanie: 

You are my life, my love, my 
world, and most of all - my 
very best friend. Without you, I 
would never be so happy. 
Thanks for all the great times 
together, and for all those yet 
to come. Love you always. 

To Mom and Dad: 

Thanks for all your love, 
support and patience through 
the years. I love you both very 
much. 

To Alvin: 

Thanks for all your help and 
encouragement. Hit 'em 
straight!!! 




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MICHAEL D. PERLINE, M.D. 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 






CLAUDIA JENNIFER PETACCIO, 



M.D. 

LASALLE UNIVERSITY 







Me and my younger brother, Matthew 



My first rabbit, "Pete" 




Me with my older brother, Michael 



My parents, Victor & Grace Petaccio, at mom's graduation One of my current bunnies, "Schnitz I 

from Temple, 1991 



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TODD WILLIAM PETERS, M.D. 

FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL 





NEILJ.POBER, M.D. 

COOK COLLEGE 
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 







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MICHELLE POMERANTZ, M.D. 

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 





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MARGARET SELFRIDGE PROCTOR 
M.D.J.D. 

SMITH COLLEGE 
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL 



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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 





IRENE RADEMAKER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 




Thanks to my husband, family, friends and teachers for their support and 
understanding. Special thanks to my patients for their trust and teaching. 




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G. RUSSELL REISS III, M.D. 

LA SALLE UNIVERSITY 






When you get what you want in your struggle for gain 
And the world makes you King for a day 
Just go to the mirror and look in the glass 
And see what that man has to say 

It isn't your father or mother or wife 

Who judgment upon you must pass 

The one whose verdict counts most in your life 

Is the one staring back in the glass 

He's the one you must satisfy beyond all the rest 
For he's with vou right up to the end 
And you have passed your most difficult tests 
If the Man in the Glass is your friend 

You may be one who got a good break 
Then think you're a wonderful guy 
But the Man in the Glass says you're only a fake 
If you can't look him straight in the eye 

You may fool the whole world down your pathway of yens 

And get pats on the back as you pass 

But your final reward will bo heartaches and tears 

If you've cheated the Man in the Glass 

-Dale Wimbrow 




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LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY 



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SEUNG-YEUNRHA, M.D. 

DUKE UNIVERSITY 






JOHN PATRICK 
DWYER ROCHE, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 





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Children don't know enough not to ask the 
important questions. 



AMY J. RUDZINSKI,M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME 






GARRY SAGET, M.D. 

COLUMBIA COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 




ALI SAJJADIAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 





SHELLEY D. SAMUEL, M.D., M.S. 

UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS 
LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY 




ESSY SANDOVAL BARRETT, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES 






PHILLIP SAPOZHNIKOV, M.D. 

CLARK UNIVERSITY 




AMY PATRICIA SCALLY, M.D. 

SAINT JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY 









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JOHNF. SCHONDER 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 



, M.D. 




ADRIENNE L. SCHOUCHOFF, 

M.D. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 







Thanks to my parents, 

family and Tom - 

because of you 

this was possible 

Adrienne 






ERIC LANCE SCHWARTZMAN, 
M.D. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BINCHAMTON 




SUSIE SHIRISH SHAH, M.D., M.S. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 






HALEH SHEIKHOLESLAMI, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS 







You have been wonderful parents. Thank you for always supporting me and giving 
me the freedom to make my own decisions. I only wish I could be as good of a 
parent to my children as you have been to me. 




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helped me in everything short of studying for me. I could not have made it without 



you! 

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JENNIFER L SHRAGER, M.D. 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 


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To my family and friends, 
Thank you all for your constant 
love and support. 
Love, )en 







LISA ANN SMITH, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 




SUZANNE LAURA STEELE, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 






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KERRY A. STENCLER, M.D. 

URSINUS COLLEGE 




Warmest thanks to my family 
and friends for all of your 
love and support. I could 

not have done it without you! 

-Kerry 



KATHLEEN M. STEVENSON, M.D. 

ALLEGHENY COLLEGE 






DEREK SUITE, M.D., M.S. 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 





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M.D. 

COVENANT COLLEGE 





Iclesiastes 12:12B 

"Of making many books there is no end, and much study 
paries the body." 



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RICHARD J. TABOR, M.D. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 




172 Inspiration, move me brightly. Light the song with sense and color; hold away despair. More than this I will not ask. -JG 



SAMUEL C. THOMAS III, M.D. 

WIDENER UNIVERSITY 



"Anything is possible/' 




I hank you, MOM & DM) 




DIANE MARTHA TOSATO, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




MELISSA TRACY CHAMBERLIN, 



M.D. 

MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY 





/here there is a will, there is a way 




GERARDO D. TRINIDAD, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA 




\NTHONY PAUL TUFARO, M.D., 

D.D.S. 

ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY 
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 






• THU-HOA VICTORIA VAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 




KATHLEEN M. VECERA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 






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medical students, 
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wish them with 
God-blessing success in 
their future endeavors. 




PS. Just for the sake of Jack and Jim, may 
Moonjohn shower with a lot of luck. 




ALAN S. WAITZE, M.D. 

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 






JOHN JOSEPH WHYTE, M.D., 
M.P.H. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 




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STEVEN CHARLES WILBRAHAM, 

M.D. 



URSINUS COLLEGE 




He forgives all my sins and heals all my diseases. Psalm 103:3 




Heal the sick . . . cleanse those who have leprosy . . Freely you have received, freely give. Matthew 10:8 




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UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 






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To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of 

1:hildren; to earn the approbation of honest citizens and endure the betrayal of false friends; to 
ippreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy 
:hild, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm 
md sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - this is 
o have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson 







I would like to thank Cod for bringing me 
through, and for knowing what was best for me. 
To my friends, family, teachers, and advisors - 
thank you for being there to support and listen. 
To anyone who reads this page - persevere, 
pray, and believe - all things are possible. 
Peace. 




)o not worry about holding a high position. Worry rather about playing your proper 
hat no one knows you. Seek to be worth knowing. Anonymous 



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DEBORAH KAY WITT, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS 




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mind can 
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believe, it will 
achieve/' 

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THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 






"And we know that all things 
work together for good to 
those who love God, to those 
who are called according to 
His purpose." 
Romans 8:28 






ELIZABETH SOHEE YUN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 



To my family -thank you for everything 




"I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a 
gun in his hand. It's when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you 
see it through no matter what. You rarely win, but sometimes you do." 

-Harper Lee, To Kill A Mockingbird 




G. RICHARD ZIMMERMAN III, 

M.D. 

WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 






DARIUS ZOROUFY, M.D. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY 




To: Sharon and Cyrus, Thank you for your love and support. 



EXTREMITIES 



CHRISTOPHES. LEE, M.D. 

URSINUS COLLEGE 





KATHLEEN PETRO, M.D. 



MICHAEL WINTER, M.D. 

Duke University 





ROSSD. PODELL, M.D, 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 



TIMOTHY DOYLE, M.D. 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 



JAMES FRIZZI, M.D, 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 






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THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 




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Hahnemann 

University 



Dear Members of the Class of 1993, 



Iqbal F. Paroo 

President and 

Chief Executive Oflicw 

215 762 8450 

Broad & Vine 
Philadelphia. PA 
19102-1192 

Mail Slop 400 



On behalf of Hahnemann University and its Board of Trustees, I want to extend best wishes to 
each of you for achieving your goal and dream to become a physician. Your medical education, 
training, and experience as a student at Hahnemann form the foundation for the career that lies 
ahead for you. 

Now, you are entering the medical profession at a challenging time. The present environment 
has implications that will affect the way you do your work as clinicians who practice medicine, 
teachers who train other physicians and health care professionals, and researchers who explore 
the yet-unsolved mysteries of medicine. 

President Clinton has pledged to the American people that he will deliver health care reform to 
guarantee universal access to affordable health care. We, as leaders of an academic health 
center, and you, as future health care professionals, must support and endorse the need and 
ultimate aims of such reform. And we must assist in seeking the appropriate means to carry out 
this reform as responsible members of society. 

I hope that, as you pursue further studies and work in your chosen field, you will retain the 
vision and the values of Hahnemann University. We, in turn, will remember the contribution 
each of you has made to this institution and will look forward to following your career successes 
with pride. 

Sincerely, 




Iqbal F. Paroo 
President 










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Dear Colleagues, 



May I offer my sincerest congratulations to all members of the Class of 1993 upon 
the completion of the requirements for, and the receipt of, the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine. 

The receipt of the MD degree is the beginning of a life of incredible opportunity. 
It offers you almost unlimited opportunities for career choices, all of which can be 
immensely rewarding. Many of you will complete residencies and enter the practice of 
medicine. Others will end up as biomedical research scientists and educators, and still 
others will become administrators, health policy gurus, science reporters and perhaps even 
novelists. And the opportunity to develop second careers in mid-life always exists. 

No matter what career you choose, however, the receipt of the MD degree is only 
a beginning. In any of the many vocations open to you there will be a need, even an 
obligation, to continue to learn, to continue to contribute new ideas, and to continue to 
improve the human condition. 



I wish you all well. 
Sincerely, 




Provost 




Dear Doctors, 
Please accept my best wishes as you enter the next phases of your medical careers. I hope that 

you will treasure your years at Hahnemann as part of a strong foundation of knowledge and expe- 
rience, and that these years will serve you well in your many achievements and successes. 
Sincerely, 



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Sheila Moriber Katz, M.D., MBA 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ADMINISTRATION 





Stephen E. Risen, M.D. 
Assistant Dean For Student Affairs 



Susan L. Rattner, M.D. 
Assistant Dean For Student Affairs 




Burton ). Landau, Ph.D. 

Assist, nit Dr. in I < >i ( mm ulum 



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OF MEDICINE ADMINISTRATION 







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Charles Winkelman, M.D. 
Assistant Dean For Admissions 



George Gardiner, M.D. 
Assistant Dean For Minority Affairs 




Arnold Berman, M.D. 
Associate Dean For Graduate Medical Education 



Bud Hefflin 
Assistant Dean For University Life 



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ANATOMY 




landing from left to right: Dr. J. Churchill, Dr. D. DePace, Dr. P. Meyer, Dr. R. Chou. Sitting from left to right: Dr. S. Weiland, Dr. P. Amenta, Dr. M. 
(ennedy. 




rom left to right: Dr. G.Soslau, Dr. T.Devlin, Dr. G. Jacobsohn, Dr. I s.nl.o l)i M |orm,Dl I BaggOtt Dl I Ch'lh l>( 1 COHOVCI D\ M l-ulun, 






MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 




Standing from left to right: Dr. B. Landau, Dr. B. Ngwenya, Dr. M. Bramucci, Dr. E. Blankenhorn, Dr. J. Sylvester, Dr. A. Vaidya, L. Bergman, Dr. M. Schultz, 
Dr. D. Stieritz, Dr. J. Hammel. Sitting from left to right: Dr. M. Cohen, Dr. R. Crowell, Dr. R. Pest, Dr. C. Long 



PATHOLOGY 




PHARMACOLOGY 




From left to right: Dr. V. Zarro, Dr. J. DiPalma, A. Ware, Dr. A. Ferko, E. Ruch, Dr. E. Barbieri, D. Blisard, Dr. W. Chernick, Dr. J. DiCregorio. 



PHYSIOLOGY 




rom left to right: Dr. R. Alteveer, Dr. C. Carpenter, Dr. B. Waterhouse, Di ) Chapin Dl I rorrei Dt I Cope l>' <■■ Salmoiraghi 






INTERNAL MEDICINE 




Divisional Directors from left to right: Dr. D. Kountz, Dr. L. Dreifus, Dr. E. Michelson, Dr. L. Rose, Dr. H. Clearfield, Dr. A. Schwartz, Dr. ). Molavi, Dr. A. 
Adler, Dr. E. Schulman, Dr. R. Speilvogel. 




Dr. Richard Speilvogel, Acting Chairman 



Dr. Alan Adler, Director, Division of General Internal Medicine 





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Dr. Howard Miller, Co-Residency Director 



Dr. David Kountz, Co-Residency Director 



CARDIOLOGY 




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Standing from left to right: Dr. E. Michelson, Dr. A. Pelleg, Dr. R. Sheppard, Dr. R. MacMillan, Dr. E. Acio, Dr. S. Hessen, C. Richards, Dr. S. Kutalek, Dr. K. 
Grunewald, Dr. Y. Kresh. Middle row from left to right: Dr. S. Brozena, Dr. ]. Fitzpatrick. Seated around the table from left to right: Dr. D. Morley, Dr. D. 
Mason, L. Rittelmann, Dr. S. Spitzer, Dr. C. Scharf, Dr. S. Bender, Dr. L. Dreifus. 



DERMATOLOGY 



ENDOCRINOLOGY 




Standing from left to right: Dr. B. Brod, Dr. N. Howe, Dr. G. Kantor. Sitting from 
left to right: Dr. C. Ditre, Dr. R. Speilvogel, Dr. E. Vonderheid. 



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GASTROENTEROLOGY 



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From left to right: Dr. M. Khouri, Dr. H. Clearfield, Dr. V. Dinoso. 



From left to right: Dr. A. Reboli, Dr. E. Blumberg, Dr. A. Molavi. 



NEOPLASTIC DISEASES 







Back row from left to right: Dr. S. Bulova, Dr. M. Styler, Dr. P. Crilley, Dr. J. Conroy, Dr. Bigler, Dr. Hubbell, Dr. Stragger. Front row from left to right: Dr. 

Gillespie, Dr. Yunis, Dr. I. Brodsky, Dr. S.B. Kahn. 

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NEPHROLOGY 




From left to right: Dr. P. Lyons, Dr. C. Swartz, Dr. 
E.Kim, Dr. R. Chvala. 



Not pictured: Nephrology "B" service. 



PULMONARY, ALLERGY AND CRITICAL CARE 






From left to right: Dr. A. Cichelli, Dr. H. Paz, Dr. D. Lang, Dr. E. Schulman, Dr. D. Raible. 



Dr. M. Sherman 



RHEUMATOLOGY 




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EMERGENCY MEDICINE 




Back row from left to right: Dr. M. Plaster, Dr. D. Ball, Dr. R. Horstman. Front row from left to right: Dr. H. Unger, Dr. D. Pronchik, Dr. C. Dembe, Dr. M. 
Lucca. 



MENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES 




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Back row from left to right: Dr. K. Piston, Dr. R. Bergen, Dr. J. Acosta, Dr. L. Cray, Dr. J. Schneider, Dr. J. Gonzalez, Dr. S. Koffler, Dr. W. Holt, Dr. A. 
Zawawi, Dr. J. Bell, Dr. R. Wilensky, Dr. D. Frank. Middle row from left to right: Dr. B. Grayum, Dr. D. Roeltgen, Dr. E. Mancall, Dr. S. Tarras, Dr. B. 
Bogdanoff, Dr. L. lacovitti. Bottom row from left to right: Dr. J. Springer, Dr. D. Syna, Dr. J. Kuperman. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 




From left to right: Dr. R. Ross, Dr. B. Malyk, Dr. R. Baker, Dr M Shangold, Dr R Stahl, Di S I 






PEDIATRICS 




RADIOLOGY 




Back row from left to right: Dr. C. Mulhern, Dr. H. Barr, Dr. J. Harding, Dr. T. Niedbala, Dr. M. Hallowell, Dr. T. Siegal, Dr. R. Savit, Dr. G. Silverstein. Front 
row from left to right: Dr. P. Khoury, Dr. B. Hershey, Dr. A. Wilson, Dr. S. Glick, Dr. R. Peyster. 



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RADIATION ONCOLOGY 




SURGERY 




Jack row from left to right: Dr. M. Plaster, Dr. T. Gain, Dr. G. Amron, Dr. J. Brodsky. Front row from left to right Di I I *nkl 

lariego,Dr. |. Asensio, Dr. T. Matsumoto, Dr. M. Kerstein (Chairman), Dr. B. Sloan, Dr. C. Abouna.Dt Khanna 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 







Back row from left to right: Dr. J. Horrow, Dr. H. Rosenberg, Dr. N. Lingaraju, Dr. J. Parmet, Dr. G. Pharo, Dr. D. Glatter. Front row from left to right: Dr. P. 
Colonna-Romano, Dr. J. Siler, Dr. R. Storella, Dr. R. Padolina. 



CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY 




Back row from left to right: Dr. M. Strong, Dr. M.L.R. Kuretu, Dr. R. Hindawi, Dr. Goel, Dr. J.M. Maquilan, Dr. K. Grunewald. Front row from left to right: 

Dr. R. Morris, Dr. S. Brockman, Dr. A. Squillaro, Dr. G. Mack. 

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NEUROSURGERY 




OPHTHALMOLOGY 




Left to right: Dr. J. Watkin, Dr. Sinclair, Dr. M. Yanofi Di I Werner, Di k Hefflei Mxenl i>> G. Diamond 






ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 




From left to right: Dr. D. Bosacco, Dr. S. Bosacco, Dr. A. Berman, Dr. A. Weiss. 



OTORHINOLARYNCOLOGY 




Dr. Lesser 



Dr. M. Nagorsky 



Dr. Wolfson 



UROLOGY 



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Dr. O. Khanna 



Not pictured: Dr. P. Gonick 




Flossie Friedrich - Department of Medicine Curriculum Coordinator, and 
Alice Velasquez 



Anne Halpin & Teresa Mangiole - 
Secretaries, Medicine Reading Program 



JUNE&-I9 
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lean Dorman - Director of Student A.Cti\ ities 



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ARLISS "BUD" HEFFLIN 

HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 




At some point during medical school, every student has had to depend on Bud Hefflin 
- whether it was for help with a mailbox which wouldn't open, advice on how to ap- 
proach Hahnemann administration, or to get a beer at Friday MSI happy hours. There 
are few at Hahnemann who have shown as much interest in and concern for students 
than Bud. He is a superb organizer and advocate for students. 

Many don't realize Bud's breadth of involvement here. He has been an advisor for no- 
teservice, yearbook, student life, and MSI, organizer for Blue and Gold, Holiday, Hallow- 
een, and St. Patrick's parties, and representative at graduation, academic affairs and stu- 
dent life meetings. His consistent presence and easy approachability have made him a 
continual favored recipient of the Golden Apple Award. 

Despite many changes in the political climate at Hahnemann, Bud has been a consis- 
tent supporter of students and our interests. With Bud's assistance we have maintained 
our option to have an independent noteservice, attained an interim student life center, 
published many yearbook editions and kept the privilege of having champagne at Match 
Day. He has been invaluable in helping to plan many student activities, especially involv- 
ing events at the Warwick Hotel. 

All this seems like enough depth, but it probably only hits the surface. The journey 
through medical school is arduous at best, pure hell at its worst. The diversion of student 
life helps us to remember that we too are human and it enables us to rejuvenate our 
more refined side (you may remember it - it was there four years ago). In short, Bud Hef- 
flin has been a tremendous asset to Hahnemann and a good friend to all. Thank you for 
the memories Bud!! We will miss you! 

CLASS OF 1993 



To the Class of 1993- 

There comes a time in everybody's life when 
things must change. That time is now for you. You 
are about to embark on the most exciting, enjoyable 
and productive journey of your life. Thank you for 
all the memories and good times during trie past 
four years at Hahnemann. You have made my job 
much more enjoyable and I have made some life- 
long friends. So here it is, a toast to you, the Class of 
1993. Best of luck in all your endeavors and please 
stay in touch. 

God Bless, 
Bud Hefflin 



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DISCHARGE PLANNING 



MATCH DAY 1993 




Michael Angelo Addonizio, M.D. 

Radiology-Diagnostic 

Alton Oschner Medical Foundation 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Laurent Adler, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Mount Sinai Hospital 
New York, New York 

John L. Aliieri, M.D. 

Radiology -Diagnos tic 
Allegheny General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Aurangzeb A. Ali, M.D. 

Surgery 

Hospital of St. Raphael 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Susan M. Ambrose, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Medical Center of Delaware 
Newark, Delaware 

Ron Max Aryel, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Long Island Jewish Hospital 

New Hyde Park, New York 

Glenn Thomas Ault, M.D. 

Surgery 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Richard Vance Barnes, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Albany 1 Medical Center Hospital 

Albany, New York 

Michael Barnum, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

Brown Universitv 'Rhode Island 

I lospital 
Providers e, Rhode Island 

Stephen Bernhardt, M.D. 

Intrin.il Wrdu inr 

North Shore i niversity Hospital 
( ilen ( ove Nev* ^ oik 



Darshan K. Bhangdia, M.D. 

Urology 

Brookdale Hospital Medical Center 

Brooklyn, New York 

Michael Boron, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Guthrie/Robert Packer Hospital 
Sayre, Pennsylvania 

David J. Borys, M.D., M.C.M. 

Pathology 

Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 
Pennsylvania State University 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Thomas N. Bottoni, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Naval Hospital (Oakland) 
Oakland, California 

Sheila R. Boyle, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Bethesda Naval Hospital 
Bethesda, Maryland 

Larry Braunstein, M.D., R.PH. 

Radiology-Diagnostic 
Temple University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Robert Todd Brautigam, M.D., 
M.S. 

Surgery 

Hospital of St. Raphael 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Daniel Bennett Brown, M.D. 

Radiology-Diagnostic 
Bryn Mawr Hospital 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Alexandra B. Budike, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mark Vincent Caliendo, M.D. 

Neurosurgery 

University of Massachusetts 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

Olethia Elise Chisolm, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 

Dana Christiansen, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Gunderson Medical Foundation 
Lutheran Hospital 
LaCrosse, Wisconsin 





James Chui, M.D. 

Surgery 

SUNY Health Science Center at 

Brooklyn 
Brooklyn, New York 

Annette M. Colavita, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Yale-New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Theodore David Conliffe Jr., M.D. 

Transitional Year 
HealthEast Teaching Hospital 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 
Anesthesiology 
McGaw Medical 

Center-Northwestern University 
Chicago, Illinois 

T.K. Cumarasamy, M.D., D.D.S. 

Family Practice 

West Jersey Health System 

Voorhees, New Jersey 

Lynn Damitz, M.D. 
Surgery-Preliminary Year 
University of North Carolina 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Dalton R. Daniel, M.D., M.A. 
Internal Medicine-Primary Care 

Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

RoyaE. Dardashti, M.D. 
Surgery-Preliminary Year 
The Graduate Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

M. Scott Dawson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

I mory University School of 

Medicine 
\tlanta, Georgia 

Christopher William Deitch, M.D. 

Internal Medu me 
Vanderbilt University Medical 

Center 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Andrew H. DeMichele, M.D. 

Surgery 

Hahnemann l niversity Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Yanick Denis, M.D. 

Internal \1edii me-Prelimmai\ )eai 
l nomas lefferson University 
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 

Carney Thomas DeSarno, M.D. 

Surgery 

Monmouth Medk .ii ( entei 

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Karen Detwiler, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 
Pennsylvania State University 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Alisa A. Devlin, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Walter Reed Army Medical Center 

Washington, District of Columbia 

Timothy Doyle, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 
Pennsylvania State University 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Kyle Anne Durham, M.D. 

Obs te tries/ Gyn ecology 
Abington Memorial Hospital 
Abington, Pennsylvania 

Marc K. Dy, M.D. 

Surgery 

Hospital of St. Raphael 

New Haven, Connecticut 

James S. Eakins, M.D. 

Surgery 

Episcopal Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Racine N. Edwards-Silva, M.D. 

Obs te tries/ Gyn ecology 
Riverside Regional Medical Center 
Newport News, Virginia 

Daizy K. Engineer, M.D. 

Pediatrics 
Children's Hospital 
University of California (Irvine) 
Orange, California 

Peter Douglas Ennis, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Beena Jasmine Enu, M.D., M.S. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Radiology -Diagnos tic 
Albert Einstein Medical Center 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Maria M. Fasano, M.D. 

Pathology 

New York University Medical 
Center 

New York, New York 

Richard M. Florio, M.D. 

Surgery-Preliminary Year 
University of California-Davis 

Medical Center 
Sacramento, California 



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Christopher Foley, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

Affiliated Hospitals 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Eric Brian Friedberg, M.D. 
Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Radiology-Diagnostic 
Presbyterian Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

James Frizzi, M.D. 

Surgery 

Eisenhower Army Medical Center 

Fort Gordon, Georgia 

Ralph C. Gabreski, M.D. 
Internal Medicine-Primary Care 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Neil Gaffin, M.D. 
Internal Medicine 
Pennsylvania Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Sarah Catharine Gelbach, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Steven Michael Gelman, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

University Hospital of Cleveland 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Carolyn Goldman, M.D. 

Anesthesioloi;\ 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 

Carin Gonsalves, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Radiology -Diagnos tii 
Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Daniel S. Gottschall, M.D. 
Obstetrics/Gynvi olog) 
University of Connecticut 
Farmington, Connec ti( III 

Louise Diane Gross Reynolds, M.D. 
Fa/nil) Prat th e 
l airfax Family Pra* ti< e t enter 
I .ilK ( lmu h \ irginia 

Richard I. Grossberg, M.D. 
Pediatrh - 

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Amitabha Gupta, M.D. 

Ophthalmology 
Montefiore University Hospital 
University of Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Lori Marie Guyton, M.D., M.H.S. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Medical Center of Delaware 

Newark, Delaware 

Neurology 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 

Sheryl Ann Haber, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Michael Joseph Hagg, M.D. 

Urology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Donald T. Hall, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Healtheast Teaching Hospital 

Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Toni Ann Hawley, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Healtheast Teaching Hospital 

Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Lloyd Emerson Heller, Jr., M.D. 

Radiology-Diagnostic 
Presbyterian Medical Center of 

Philadelphia 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Amy Beth Herbstman, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Roanoke Memorial Hospitals 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Phyllis Hiller, M.D. 

Family Practice 

University of Massachusetts Medical 

Center 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

Charles Chung-Chaun Ho, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

University of Hawaii 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Oph thalomology 

New York Eye & Ear Infirmary 

New York, New York 



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Scott David Houser, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Samih Adel Ibrahim, M.D., M.S. 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Mount Sinai Hospital 
Hartford, Connecticut 

Pamela E. Jackson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Norwalk Hospital/Yale University 

Norwalk, Connecticut 

Dana B. Jacoby, M.D. 
Internal Medicine-Preliminar\ Year 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
Bronx, New York 

Jehane C. Johnston, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

New England Medical Center 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bonita Louise Jude Chapman, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center 

Los Angeles, California 

Gregory Alan Jung, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 

Los Angeles County-USC Medical 

Center 
Los Angeles, California 

Dina Kia-Noury, M.D. 

Surgery 

Medical College of Virginia 

Richmond, Virginia 

Moonjohn Kim, M.D. 

Surgery 

University of Illinois College of 

Medicine 
Chicago, Illinois 

George Kimbiris, M.D. 

Radiology -Diagnostic 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

R. Michael Koch, M.D. 

Surgery 

George Washington University 

Washington, District of Columbia 

David Scott Korman, M.D. 

Internal Medn irw 

University Hospital ot Cleveland 

( Iceland, Ohio 

Lane David Krevitt, M.D. 

Surgery -Preliminary )fjr 

Montefioi e Medk .il i entei 

Bronx, New \ oik 

Otorhinoltryngolog) 

Mbert l instein <. olfege i >l Medi< i 

Bronx, New ^ oik 









Laura Kroening, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Richland Memorial Hospital 
University of South Carolina School 

of Medicine 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Pamela Henrich Kurey, M.D., M.S. 

Obste tries/ Gyn ecology 
Lankenau Hospital 
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 

Christine D. Lallos, M.D. 

Surgery 

University of Maryland Medical 

Center 
Baltimore, Maryland 

KendrickM.K. Lau, M.D. 

Family Practice 

Oregon Health Sciences University 

Hospital 
Portland, Oregon 

Hana M. Laznickova, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Mount Auburn Hospital 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Geoffrey Evans Leber, M.D. 

Surgery 

Baystate Medical Center 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

Christophe S. Lee, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 

Newark, New jersey 

JackC. Lee, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
Thomas Jefferson Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Anesthesiology 
Presbyterian Hospital 
New York, New York 

Beth Hope Lertzman, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

WilmaT. Letsch, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Thomas Jefferson University 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Steven Levin, M.D. 

Surgery 

UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson 

Camden, New Jersey 

Kerry Ann Luck, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Allegheny General Hospital 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



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Noelle Christiane Ludwig, M.D. 

Obstetrics/ Gyneco^ 

Reading Hospital & Medical Center 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Charles C. Majchrzak Jr., M.D. 

Surgery 

Guthrie/Robert Packer Hospital 

Sayre, Pennsylvania 

Karen A. Marr, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Duke University Medical Center 

Durham, North Carolina 

Cynthia B. Mason, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

William E. Matthews, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
University of California San 

Francisco 
Fresno, California 
Radiation Oncology 
Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Harpaul Singh Mehrok, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Healtheast Teaching Hospital 

Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Stanford University Hospital 

Palo Alto, California 

Roselle Dagostino Mesmer, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Helene Anne Miller, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminar\ ) ear 
Hackensack Medical Center 
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 
Hackensack, New Jersey 
Anesthesiology 
Presbyterian Hospital 
New York, New York 

Carl Millner, M.D. 

Internal Mediane-Pfcliminai\ ) 
West Los Angeles \ A Medual 

( enter (Wadsworth Division] 
Los Angeles, California 

Sanjay Misra, M.D. 
Transitional )eai 
Presbyterian MedU .il ( em. 

Philadelphia 
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 






Elizabeth A. Williams Mitchell, 
M.D. 

Pediatrics 

St. Christopher's Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Carol Moheban, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Cambridge Hospital 

Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Neurology 

Boston University School of 

Medicine 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Aliasghar Mohyuddin, M.D. 
Internal Medicine 
University of California-Davis 

Medical Center 
Sacramento, California 

fohn G. Mouratoff, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of California-San Diego 

Medical Center 
San Diego, California 

James H. Meyer, M.D. 

Internal Meoicine 

Mercy Hospital 

San Diego, California 

Jeffrey A. Norton, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Anesthesiology 

Massachusetts General Hospital 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Michael Phillip Notarianni, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Georgetown University Hospital 
Washington, District of Columbia 

Michael Angelo Notte, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Erin A. O'Malley, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Sylvanus Oyogoa Osomoba, M.D., 
M.S. 

Surgery-Preliminary Year 
Monmouth Medical Center 
Long Branch, New Jersey 

Mary H. Pak, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Johns Hopkins Hospital 

Baltimore, Maryland 



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Audwin Joseph Pangilinan, M.D. 

Surgery-Preliminary Year 
Lenox Hill Hospital 
New York, New York 

Michael D. Periine, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Orlando Regional Healthcare 

System 
Orlando, Florida 

Claudia Jennifer Petaccio, M.D. 
Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
Medical Center of Delaware 
Newark, Delaware 

Todd William Peters, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Kathleen Petro, M.D. 

Surgery 

Georgetown University Hospital 

Washington, District of Columbia 

Neil J. Pober, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Thomas Jefferson University 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

RossD. Podell, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of California-San Diego 

Medical Center 
San Diego, California 

Michelle Pomerantz, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
Bronx, New York 

Margaret Self ridge Proctor, M.D., 
J.D. 

Pediatrics 

Thomas Jefferson Universm 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Deborah Qualey, M.D., M.ED. 
Internal Medicine-Preliminary Yeat 

Abington Memorial Hospital 
Abington, Pennsylvania 
\ncsthcsiology 
Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Irene Rademaker, M.D. 

Internal Medh ine 

i Iniversity o\ Californla-Davri 

MedU .il Centei 
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G. Russell Reiss III, M.D. 

Surgery 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Migdalia Resto, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Geisinger Medical Center 

Danville, Pennsylvania 

Seung-Yeun Rha, M.D. 

Surgery 

Emory University School of 

Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

John Patrick Dwyer Roche, M.D. 

Otorhinolaryngology 
University of California-Davis 

Medical Center 
Sacramento, California 

Amy J. Rudzinski, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

Thomas Jefferson University 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Garry Saget, M.D. 
Internal Medicine 
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson 
Camden, New Jersey 

Ali Sajjadian, M.D. 

Otorhinolaryngology 
Temple University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Shelley D. Samuel, M.D. , M.S. 

Internal Medicine-Primary Care 
Montefiore Medical Center 
Bronx, New York 

Jessy Sandoval Barrett, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phillip Sapozhnikov, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

St. Vincent Hospital 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

Neurology 

Brown University/Rhode Island 

Hospital 
Providence, Rhode Island 

Amy Patricia Scally, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University Hospital of Cleveland 

Cleveland, Ohio 

John F. Schonder III, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 



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Adrienne L. Schouchoff, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Allegheny General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Eric Lance Schwartzman, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Bethesda Naval Hospital 
Bethesda, Maryland 

Susie Shirish Shah, M.D., M.S. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Pennsylvania Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Radiology-Diagnostic 

Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Haleh Sheikholeslami, M.D. 

Family Practice 
Bryn Mawr Hospital 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Jennifer L. Shrager, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

University Hospital of Cleveland 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Kathleen M. Sitarik-Stevenson, 
M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

Radiology-Diagnostic 

Duke University Medical Centei 

Durham, North Carolina 

Lisa Ann Smith, M.D. 

Surgery 

University of Tennessee College of 

Medicine 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Suzanne Laura Steele, M.D. 

Family Practice 
Overlook Hospital 
Summit, New Jersey 

Kerry A. Stencler, M.D. 

Pediatrics-Primary Care 
Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Derek Suite, M.D., M.S. 

Transitional Yeai 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

/ mergency Medicine 

Albert Einstein College of Medi( ine 

Bronx, New York 

Andrew Cernet Summers, M.D. 

Pediatry s 

University of Florida Shands 

Hospital 
Gainesville, \ lorida 






Richard J. Tabor, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 

Louisiana State University School of 

Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Samuel C. Thomas Ml, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Emory University School of 

Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Diane Martha Tosato, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

St. Christopher's Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Melissa Tracy Chamberlin, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Gerardo D. Trinidad, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Hamot Medical Center 
Erie, Pennsylvania 

Anthony Paul Tufaro, M.D., 



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Surgery-Preliminary Year 
Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Thu-Hu-Hoa Victoria Van, M.D. 

Medicine-Pediatrics 

Loma Linda University Medical 

Center 
Loma Linda, California 

Kathleen M. Vecera, M.D. 

Obs te tries/ Gyn ecology 
Medical College of Ohio 
Toledo, Ohio 

Calvon Voong, M.D. 

Physical Medicine and 

Rehabilitation 
University of Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



AlanS. Waitze, M.D. 

Neurosurgery 

Emory University School of 

Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

John Joseph Whyte, M.D., M.P.H. 

Internal Medicine 

Duke University Medical Center 

Durham, North Carolina 

Steven Charles Wilbraham, M.D. 

Family Practice 

Abington Memorial Hospital 

Abington, Pennsylvania 

Lori A. Williams, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

KTTC Medical Center Keesler 

Biloxi, Mississippi 



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Fitzpatrick Chrispin Wilson, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Physical Medicine and 

Rehabilitation 
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 
Newark, New jersey 

Michael Winter, M.D. 

Research Year 
Participating in 1994 Match 

Deborah Kay Witt, M.D. 

Family Practice 

Thomas Jefferson University 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Kenneth Yim, M.D., M.S. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Elizabeth Sohee Yun, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Anesthesiology 

New England Medical Center 

Boston, Massachusetts 

G. Richard Zimmerman III, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Naval Hospital (Portsmouth) 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Darius Zoroufy, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Wisconsin 

Hospital/Clinics 
Madison, Wisconsin 






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Best wishes from home. 



.aurent Adler: 
/ive Laurent! 



---Marie-Rose Adler 



Aurangezeb Ali: 

Dearest Zeb: Allah has answered our prayers. Dr. Zeb Ali, you have 

made us proud. Congrats! 

To Zeb and Lisa and the great Class of 1993: May Allah always bless 

you all. 

---Ghousia Yasmeen and Mohammed A. Ali 
Zeb: Let's be friends. 

---Lai, Mom, Dad, Azzie, Arif, The Brat, with Im. 



Tusan Ambrose: 
-or our daughter Susan: As you fulfill your childhood dream, we 
hare our love, joy and pride. Congratulations, and may God bless 
ou always. 

—-Robert and Mary Ambrose 



ilenn Ault: 
e wish you continued success on the next leg of the journey you 
re making in pursuit of a dream to acquire the knowledge and 
kill you need to help the suffering. 

---The Ault Family 



>avid Borys: 

»ave: We love you and you make us very proud! 



---Mom and Dad 



Ron Aryel: 

Dear Ron: Hip! Hip! Hurray! We are proud of your achievements 
and of the way you kept us smiling while overcoming the 
insurmountable. May your future reward your efforts. Love, Mom 
and Dad. 

---Albee and Richard Aryel 



Michael Boron: 

After 20 long years of schooling, the 1993 Class of scholars will 
finally be left loose. Whose joy will be the greatest? Good luck 
Michael Boron and the Class of '93. 

---Mom and Dad 

Thomas Bottoni: 

We wish you lots of success and happiness in the future. You have 

earned it! May all your dreams come true. Congratulations on your 

many awards, and on your election to AOA! Enjoy this newest 

achievement! 

---Love, Mom, Dad and AnnMane 



lobert Brautigam: 

[ongratulations! We would like to wish you all a successful career 
id a happy life. 

---Dick and Jane Brautigam 



Daniel Brown: 

Congratulations and best wishes, Dan. We love you. 

---Dr. and Mrs. Richard B Brown 



lexandra Budike: 
itsook:" We wish you continued success! 

---Mr. /Mrs. Lothar E.S. and Alexandra Budike 



nnette Colavita: 

o Dr. Annette Colavita: From your father and mother, Severino 
| id Teresa Colavita, brother Elio, and sister Eileen 
S - Congratulations, Annette! We love you. 

---Mr. and Mrs. Severino Colavita 
ongratulations, Annette M. Colavita, MD! 

---With much love and pride, Mr. and Mrs. Catanzariti. 



Mark Caliendo: 

Dear Mark: Mere words cannot express the deep love and pride 
we have for your and what you've accomplished. Now that \ ou 
have fulfilled your goals and dreams, may you have all tin- mk c rss 
that life can offer. -Mom and Dad. 

---Mr. ami Mi Ralph Caliendo 



Theodore c onliffe: 

Hard work does pay off! Love to our son, I ed ami best \s ishes to 
those in his class. 

---Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D c onliffe s > 



Jnn Damitz: 

[ongratulations Lynn Ann on your success in making your dream 
T>me true, and may all your dreams come true. We wish you the 
pst of love, health and happiness in your life. 

---Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Damn/ )i 



S< ott Dawson 

s< ott, I hope youi spe< ial day is happy and filled with love just as 

oik heart is every time we think ol you 

---Mom D.iif I ■ 









Christopher Deitch: 

Dear Chris: Congratulations! We're very proud of you. 

---Rose, Bill and Doug Deitch 



Carney DeSarno: 

Carney: Precious memories of mister blue violets and dandelions. 

God bless you always. 

---Ms. Joan A. DeSarno 



Karen Detwiler: 

Congratulations, Karen. We are very proud of you. Because you 
are such a caring person, we know you will be an excellent doctor. 
We love you - Mom and Dad. 

—Donald and Lynnea Detwiler 



Alisa Devlin: 

Congratulations on a job well done! May you continue with much 

success. God bless! 

---Linda M. Devlin 



Kyle Durham: 

What fortunate parents we are to have been blessed with such 
great kids --- 3 doctors and a physics teacher. Kyle, you've won so 
many honors/awards, you're awesome! We are so very proud. 
-Mom and Dad. 

---Joyce and Pat Durham 



James Eakins: 

Jim: What pride we feel when we see the young man you've 
become. We admire and respect you and pray for wisdom as you 
choose from all the options available to you. God bless you! -Mom 
and Dad. 

---Jim and Pat Eakins 



Daizy Engineer: 

Daizy: Just keep holding tightly to your dream until it is no longer a 

dream, but a beautiful reality. We love you, sweetie! -Mom and 

Dad 

--Keki and Perin Engineer 



Sarah Gelbach: 

To Dr. Sarah: With never-ending love and filled with pride in your 
accomplishments, your family extends best wishes for your 
continued success. Celebrate the past, enjoy the present and dare 
to dream the future. 

---Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wm. Gelbach 



Steven Gelman: 

To Dr. Steven M. Gelman: Best wishes to our newest doc, already 
up to his ears in hock. Good luck in the field of Peds. Your practice 
will grow as you tend to their needs. 

---Dox Mom and Dox Pop (Roberta and Fred Gelman) 



Carolyn Goldman: 

We wish to congratulate Carolyn and all the members of the Class 
of 1993 on the completion of their four years of hard work. We 
wish them all success in their future careers. 

---Sandy and Clem Goldman 



Carin Gonsalves: 

Dearest Carin: You are joy, love, compassion, effervescence and 
more. Your dynamism is refreshing and heart-warming. Because 
you care and love, you will be the best you can be. You make us 
proud. Love, Mom and Dad. 

---Norma and John Gonsalves 



Daniel Gottschall: 

Dear Danny: We dreamed and hoped with you and now it's a 
reality. To say we're proud is an understatement. We love you! 
Congratulations Dr. Dan, and the Class of '93! 

---Hal and Linda Gottschall 



Richard Grossberg: 

Doctor . You have arrived! Hurray, Hurrah for you. We are very 

proud. You have worked so, so hard. The future is yours! 

---Mom and Dad 



Lori Guyton: 

To our daughter, Lori Marie Guyton: Best wishes to a hard 
working, dedicated, determined young lady! We are proud of you 
and your accomplishments in the medical field. 

---Love, Becky and Merle Guyton 



Sheryl Haber: 

Sheryl Ann: With all our love, Mom and Dad, Potskie, Mi-Mom 

—-Dr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Haber 



Donald Hall: 

Donnie: As always, we are very proud of you. We offer 
congratulations and wish good luck and success to you and the 
Class of 1993. Love, Mom and Dad 

---Mary Margaret and Don Hal 



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Amy Herbstman: 

Dear Amy: We wish you a healthy, happy, productive life. With our 

love and respect, Dad, Mom, Bill and Bob. 

P.S.: How many days until your next birthday? 

---Don, Shevi, Bill and Bob Herbstman 



Dana Jacoby: 

Dear Dana: Our hearts are filled with pride and joy, for all you have 

accomplished, and for being the special person you are. We lo\e 

you. 

---Mom, Dad and Justin 



Gregory Jung: 

Congratulations Greg! We knew you could do it! 

---Martin and Camilla Jung 



Moonjohn Kim: 

Congratulations on your successful achievement in the study of 

medicine. A lifetime of happiness lies ahead of you. 

---Mr. Don Kim and Dr. June Kim 



George Kimbiris: 

To my son George, and the Class of 1993: Congratulations and best 

wishes for progress and happiness for the many years to come. 

---Demetrios G. Kimbiris, MD 



David Korman and Amy Scally: 

Congratulations to the graduating Class of '93, and especially to 

David Scott Korman and Amy Scally. 

---Dr. Lawrence and Millie Selinger 



Christine Lallos: 

Chris: So thrilled for you! So proud of you! Your dream come true 

is just beginning. Love, Mom, Dad, Peter and Frank 

---Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lallos 



Wilma Letsch: 

Wilma, you did it! We are so very proud of you. We also wish to 

congratulate all your graduating classmates. Good luck to all of 

you. 

---Willem and Thea Letsch 



Steven Levin: 

Steve Levin: You are good, kind, and caring. You have achieved all: 

student, husband, soon-to-be father, loving son and doctor. 

---Dr. and Mrs. Henry Levin 



Kerry Luck: 

Congratulations, Kerry! We never said it would be easy. We are 
very proud of you. We wish you happiness and success in your 
future. All our love, Mom, Dad, and Sue 

---Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lutk 



I Laura Kroening: 
Dear Laura: We're proud to be your friends! 

---Dr. John and Lisa Kroening 



Pamela H. Kurey: 

Your perseverance has enabled you to fulfill a childhood dream. 
Your family and friends are all very proud of you. We all knew you 
could do it. 

---Mr. and Mrs. George C. Palmer 



Karen Marr: 
i As a child and as you grew, you were always my wonderful, 

beautiful daughter. Now, today, you are so much more, Karen. 
(Now you are a woman of character, integrity and knowledge. And 
(you have grit. Thank you for making me so very proud. 

---Sharon E. Marr 



Paul Mehrok: 

Congratulations, Paul! For every parent there comes a day when 
Lthey see their child achieve greatness. This is that day, Paul! We are 
ivery happy and proud to see your dream come alive. You have 
honored your family by your hard work and dedication to become 
Ithe first doctor in our family. From all of us, we toast your bright 
future. Good luck Dr. Mehrok!!! With love, Mom, Dad, and family. 
---Balwant Singh Mehrok and Amaarjit Mehrok 



Cynthia Mason: 

Electrolytes, calcium, 2 , potassium, we knew you were super in 
your class-ium. Medicine, Psych, Pulmonary, Anesthesia, many 
disciplines sure to please ya. So onward-upward, we're sure \ou 
will serve your fellow man and woman with compassion And skill 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

---Di and m^ Mason 



Roselle Mesmer: 

Roselle --- With great joy and pride, we know you will help i reate 
the medic al history of the future. Possum, quia posse \ identui 
Love, Mom And Dad 

I )i and Mis ( r .ink DagOStino 






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Carol Moheban: 

Congratulations to the Class of 1993! 



-Dr. and Mrs. Moheban 



Erin O'Malley: 

Best wishes and continued good luck to Dr. Erin O'Malley and the 

Class of 1993. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. O'Malley 



Michael Notarianni: 

Your dream of helping others will bring full meaning to your life! 

Congratulations! We love you and are so proud of you. -Mom and 

Dad. 

---Mr. and Mrs. William J. Notarianni 

Audwin Pangilinan: 

We share in the pride, joy, recognition and continued success of 
our son, Audwin, and all the members of Medicine Class of 1993. 
Congratulations to all! 

---Guillermo and Milagros Pangilinan 



Todd Peters: 

Dear Todd: You've achieved your childhood dream. We know 
how hard you have worked to attain this goal. We are so proud of 
you. All our love, now do good for others. Mom and Dad 

— Atty. and Mrs. William J. Peters 



RossPodell: 

Your achievements have been outstanding and your dedication 
has made us proud beyond words. Good luck to you and the Class 
of 1993! Love from your parents and your brother and sister. 

---Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Klazmer 



Michelle Pomerantz: 

Congratulations to our daughter, Michelle, and to Dana, Karen, 
Sue, Tim, and to the entire Class of 1993. We wish you much 
success, health, and happiness in all of your endeavors. Good luck. 

---Ida and Ben Pomerantz 



Russell Reiss: 

All of us are happy and proud of you. All your hardwork and study 
has paid off. We share in your success and may your dreams be 
fulfilled caring for others. Love from your family. 

---Dr. and Mrs. G. Russell Reiss, Jr. 



Migdalia Resto: 

We would like to congratulate the Medicine Class of 1993. We are 
fortunate to express our happiness as we see our daughter achieve 
in her endeavors. Migdalia, you have given us the greatest gift. 

---Guillermo and Lydia Resto 



John Roche: 

To our son, John Roche: We are very proud of you, and happy that 
you have attained one of your goals. Your hard work and 
determination have brought you this far; we hope for you a very 
bright future. All of our love, Mom and Dad 

---William and Marilyn Roche 



Amy Rudzinski: 

Congratulations, Amy Jo Rudzinski! 

---Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rudzinski, Jr. 



Jesse Sandoval: 

Well Jessy, you've done it again! First high school, then UCLA, and 
now Hahnemann M.S. Congratulations! Honestly, we, your 
parents, don't know when any bit of news has delighted us more. 
Keep on going Jessy! 

— Lidta and Rafael Sandoval 



Amy Scally and David Korman: 

To Amy Scally and Dave Korman: We have enjoyed these past four 

years. The best to you in the future. 

---Sharov and Shelly Korman 



Eric Schwartzman: 

This has been a very special year in our lives. First his wedding to a 
super young lady, and then his graduation from medical school. 
Good luck and be happy. Mazel-Tov! 

---Mom, Dad, Robin and David 



John Schonder: 

In loving memory of Margaret M. Bacsi - Best Wishes to John F. 

Schonder. 

---Love, Mom, Dad, Jane, John and Matt 



Susie Shah: 

Congratulations Beta! Best wishes for a happy and healthy life. We 

love you very, very much. 

---Shirish, Manjula, Shirley and Sushrut Shah 






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Kerry Stencler: 

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front 

only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what I 

had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not 

lived. 

---Tony and Joann Stencler 



Andrew Summers: 

Soar as the eagle but remember your roots. We are thankful you 
have chosen to use your hands for healing. Isaiah 40:31. Love, 
Mother and Dad. 

---Daniel and Gail Summers 



Cerardo Trinidad: 

Congratulations! We are all very proud of your great achievement. 

Good luck and God bless you. And more success in the coming 

years. 

---Dr. and Mrs. Nicasio Trinidad 



Kathleen Vecera: 

Best wishes to the Class of 1993 and to Dr. Kathleen M. Vecera. 

---Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Vecera and family 



Alan Waitze: 

Over the years, Alan brought tears to our eyes for all the right 
reasons. We hope that his compassion, his intellect and his skill will 
now bring as much joy to others as it has to us. 

---Peter and Lois Waitze 



John Whyte: 

To our son and brother: John is a special person. May he have 

success in whatever he plans to do. With pride and joy we wish 

him happiness today and always. Love, Mom, Dad, Charlene and 

Jackie. 

---Mr. and Mrs. John J. Whute 



Michael Winter: 

With unbounding love and pride, we congratulate our son Michael 

on this great achievement. Best wishes to the class of '93. 

---Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Winter, Stephen and Cindy 



Kenneth Yim: 

The medicine is a science with moral and ethics. Your love to 
fellow human being is required in your words and attitude, and 
then you will obtain satisfaction and joy in your lifelong journey. 
Congratulations and God bless you all. 

---Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Yim 



Deborah Witt: 

Dear Deborah: Our hearts swell with pride as your graduation 
becomes a dream realized. Your diligence, perseverance and 
reliance on God's guidance has been the foundation of a fruitful 
past and a promising future. Our love and continued support will 
serve as a constant thread in your life as your medical career 
unfolds as Dr. Deborah K. Witt. Love, your family. 

---Henrietta Witt, John Jacqueline and Candice Kennedv 



Beth Lertzman: 

Dear Beth: We are so proud of all your accomplishments and we 
are thrilled to call you Dr.! You have worked \ er \ hard and mm 
the world is yours. Love and best wishes, Mazel-To\ 

Mom and Dad 
Have a happy life! 

---Mark and Susan Rn hardson 







CLASS PERSONALS 



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To Libby Blankenhorn: 

You were the first person I met at Hahnemann and you put up with 
four years of me here. Thanks for your advice and patience and 
offering me that safe haven up on the tenth floor when I needed it. 
A little piece of this M.D. diploma belongs to you. 

---Ron Aryel 



To my Parents, Sister and Brother-in-law: 
Thank you, Mom, Dad, for your love and unflagging support 
without which medical school would have been impossible. Thank 
you likewise, Shireen and Mike for helping me out with my 
projects and laughing at my jokes and being there. 

---Ron Aryel 



With much deep gratitude, I wish to thank all of the members of 
my family, and especially my parents, for their many sacrifices, 
unwavering encouragement and constant inspiration to 
accomplish all that I have. My achievements are as much a credit to 
each of you as they are to me. You are all indeed the wind beneath 
my wings. 

---Thomas N. Bottoni, MD 



To Ali: 

Thank you for all the laughter, support and encouragement you 
have given me through the years. My happiest memories of 
Hahnemann will be of you. 

---Love, Sheila 



To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyle: 

Thank you for your constant support and love through the years. I 

am who I am today because of you. 

---Love Always, Sheila 



To the Whole Boyle Family: 

Who endured my endless stories and supported me through the 

years. Thanks to all of your for the laughter and the memories. 

---Love, Sheila 



Congratulations, Annette M. Colavita, MD! Your hard work and 
dedication paid off. Enjoy this moment; you deserve it. I'm proud 
of you. 

-—Robert Catanzariti 



To Andrea: 

Thanks for being nice to me, even if I didn't always deserve it! 

To My Parents: 

Thank you for all the encouragement, support and love. 

To My Buddies in the Class of '93: 

It would have been boring without ya. 

---Dan Gottschall 



To Michelle, Sue, KB and Tim: 

You were all a joy to know! We wish you and the graduating class 

of 1993 continued success in all of your future endeavors! 

---Carol and Warren Jacoby 



To my Mother and Father: 

Thank you for always being there for me and for all the love, 
support and strength you have given to me. You are wonderful 
parents and I love you both very dearly. 

---Hana M. Laznickova 



To Martin Dawson: 

I am proud of you. I know where all the big Xmas gifts will come 
from. - G. / I am proud that you are graduating and hope every day 
is as happy as for today is. - J. / Maybe sometime can you sleep 
over and can I come to your Dr. office. - A. 

---Gabrielle, Joshua, Anady 



To Mom and Dad: 

Confidence, love, respect - you have given me so much. I always 
have you with me. Thanks for getting me here in one piece and for 
never questioning me in my path to doctor-dom. I love you. 

---Amy 



To David Scott: 

How glad I am we met and fell in love first year! I love you always. 

---Amy P. 



To Larry, Carol Anne, Trish, Sean, Joana, Tommy, Monique, JJ, 
Larry, TJ, Jessica, Katelyn, Robbie, Matthew, Charles, and Kristin 

Thanks for your unbridled support & love. I love you back & more. 

—-Amy 



Dear Marc and Sue, 

It was a lot (that's two words) of work but we're finally finished! I 
can't believe the three of us are still talking to each other. I'd like 
to say it was all fun, but you guys know better. Have a fantastic 
summer. Don't ever change. If you do, I know it will be for the 
best. Best wishes, 

—Greg 



Dear Tom, 

Please bring back all the money you embezzled (NOT!). The IRS is 
watching you! Thanks for arranging the ads. It only took us 3 days 
to figure out what you did. Do ABG's hurt? 

---Marc, Sue & Greg 






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SPECIAL THANKS TO FAMILY SPONSORS: 



Marie Rose Adler 

Ghousia Yasmeen and Mohammed A. Ali 

Robert and Mary Ambrose 

Albee and Richard Aryel 

The Ault Family 

John and Helen Boron 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Borys 

Mr. and Mrs. Amato Bottoni 

Dick and Jane Brautigam 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caliendo 

Mr. and Mrs. Catanzariti 

Robert Catanzariti 

Mr. and Mrs. Severino Colavita 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Conliffe, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Dagostino 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Damitz Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dawson 

Rose, Bill and Doug Deitch 

Ms. Joan A. DeSarno 

Donald and Lynnea Detwiler 

Linda M. Devlin 

Joyce and Pat Durham 

Jim and Pat Eakins 

Keki and Perin Engineer 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wm. Gelbach 

Roberta and Fred Gelman 

Sandy and Clem Goldman 

Norma and John Gonsalves 

Hal and Linda Gottschall 

Mr. and Mrs. Grossberg 

Becky and Merle Guyton 

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Haber 

Mary Margaret and Don Hall 

Don, Shevi, Bill and Bob Herbstman 

John Jacqueline 

Carol and Warren Jacoby 

Martin and Camilla Jung 

Mr. Don Kim and Dr. June Kim 

Demetrios G. Kimbiris, MD 



Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Klazmer 

Candice Kennedy 

Sharov and Shelly Korman 

Dr. John and Lisa Kroening 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lallos 

Hana Laznickova 

Mr. and Mrs. Lertzman 

Willem and Thea Letsch 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Levin 

Mr. and Mrs. Russel Luck 

Sharon E. Marr 

Dr. and Mrs. Mason 

Balwant Singh Mehrok and Amaarjit Mehrok 

Dr. and Mrs. Moheban 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Notarianni 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. O'Malley 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Palmer 

Guillermo and Milagros Pangilinan 

Atty. and Mrs. William J. Peters 

Ida and Ben Pomerantz 

Dr. and Mrs. Russell Reiss, Jr. 

Guillermo and Lydia Resto 

Mark and Susan K. Richardson 

William and Marilyn Roche 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rudzinski, Jr. 

Lidia and Rafael Sandoval 

Mr. and Mrs. Schonder 

Mr. and Mrs. Schwartzman 

Dr. Lawrence and Millie Selinger 

Shirish, Manjula, Shirley and Sushrut Shah 

Tony and Joann Stencler 

Daniel and Gail Summers 

Dr. and Mrs. Nicasio Trinidad 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Vecera and Family 

Peter and Lois Waitze 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Whyte 

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Winter 

Henrietta Witt 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Yim 






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We're proud of your accomplishment! 

Congratulations and best wishes 

to the members of 

the Class of 1993. 




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Education is the communication of ideas . . . a never-ending proposition. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

To The 
CLASS OF 1993 



Office of the Senior Vice President, 

Chief Academic Officer, and 

Dean, School of Medicine 






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We're moving right along! From the horse-drawn ambulance of the 1890s to the 1912 Packard to the Univer- 
sity MedEvac helicopter ... we have been bringing our patients in style ... to the best possible care avail- 
able. In the 1890's it was antiseptic surgery, tender care and concern . . . today it is MRI and transplants and 
monoclonal antibodies . . in 2000 what will it be? 

You will provide the answers. You have been educated to move medicine into the 21st century, to develop the 
techniques and the materials for even better health and to provide them always with the same care and con 
cern. 

Take with you our admiration 

And our best wishes as you advance in your profession. 

THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

PRESIDENT AND ADMINISTRATION 

OF HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 






HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



Welcomes and Congratulates 

the 
Class of 1 993 



Best of Luck and 

Much Success in 

Your Medical Careers 



1992-1993 School of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Trustees 



Horst Agerty, M.D. '34 
Charles Bailey, M.D. 32 
Arnold Berman, M.D. '65 
Thomas Bonekemper, M.D. '69 
Elizabeth Brown, M.D. '45 
Benjamin CaUsnick, M.D. '44 
Charles Cameron, M.D. '35 
Francine Camitta-Butler , M.D. '63 
LeonM. Carp, M.D. '40 
Albert Cook, M.D. '54 
Stuart Dershaw, M.D. '74 
Leonard Dreifus, M. D. '51 
Lonnie Fuller, Sr., M.D. '60 
Thomas Gain, M.D. '67 



Richard Gambescia, M.D. '71 
Alexis Harvey, M.D. '85 
Alan Heilpern, M.D. '80 
Marvin Hunter, M.D. '68 
Lawrence Karasic, M.D. '60 
Herbert Kean, M.D. '56 
Alan Kellerman, M.D. '62 
Gary Kirchner, M.D. '59 
Karl Koiwai, M.D. '47 
Peter Lambrou, M.D. '78 
Catherine Manno, M.D. '78 
Joseph Marcarelli, M.D. '54 
Joseph Marconis, M.D. '42 
Drew McCausland, M.D. '69 



Pasquale Procacci, M.D. '69 
Michael Pushkarewicz, M.D. '83 
Morton Rubinstein, M.D. '61 
Demetrius Saris, M.D. '50 
Martin Savitz, M.D. '69 
Mary Siracusa-Parisi, M.D. 
Robert Smith, M.D. '82 
Stanley Spitzer, M.D. '62 
Mary Sterling, M.D. '53 
Martin Swiecicki, Sr., M.D. 
Robert Tessler, M.D. '69 
Melvin Tonkon, M.D. '71 
Mark Victor, M.D. '76 
Robert Wolfson, M.D. '57 



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TO THE CLASS OF 
1993 





Hahnemann 

Medical 

Faculty 



Kit haul I Spielvogel, M.D. 
Professoi & Acting ( hairman 
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Department of Medicine 



Residency 




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Congratulates the Class of 1993 

Richard L. Spielvogel, MD 

Acting Chairman, Department of Medicine 

David S. Kountz, MD 

Co-Director, Residency Program 

Howard A. Miller, MD 

Co-Director, Residency Program 

Ana Nunez, MD 

Associate Director, Residency Program 




University 




Best Wishes 



to the 



CLASS OF 1993 



from the 



Department of Radiation Oncoi 



and Nuclear Medicine 






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EASTON 
HOSPITAL 

A member of Valley Healih 

250 South 21st St. 
Easton,PA 18042 



Easton Hospital 
Residency Programs 

University Affiliation. 

As a major teaching affiliate of Hahne- 
mann University School of Medicine, 
Easton Hospital is the site for regular 
third year medical and surgical rotations; 
fourth year medical and surgical elec- 
tives; and internal medicine, surgery, 
and transitional year residencies of 
outstanding quality. 

High Passing Rates. 

Easton residents pass their examinations! 
In addition, Easton Hospital has an 
outstanding record for placing graduates 
in quality subspecialty programs. 

Hands-On Experience. 

Our dynamic combination of "learning 
by doing" plus excellent supervision 
brings results: our graduating surgical 
residents were recently rated better than 
the 90th percentile in the number of 
complex surgical procedures performed. 

Patient Diversity. 

The wide variety of clinical pathology di- 
agnosed and treated at Easton Hospital's 
state-of-the-art facility is comparable to 
that experienced at university centers. 
Most of our patients are diagnosed and 
treated first at Easton Hospital, not after 
evaluation elsewhere. 

Excellent Practice Opportunities. 

Young physicians seeking to start a prac- 
tice find the metropolitan area surround- 
ing Easton a "land of opportunity." The 
Lehigh Valley offers an attractive envi- 
ronment, a rapidly growing professional 
population, low unemployment and 
proximity to NYC and Philadelphia - 
ideal for establishing successful medical 
practices. 

Let Easton Hospital show you how our 
programs can help prepare you for a 
successful and fulfilling career. 
Call the Director of the Department 
of Medicine, (215-250-4013) or the 
Director of the Department of Surgery, 
(215-250-4014). 




Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 

1993 

from the 
Office of the 
Provost 



Hahnemann 

University 



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The staff of Hahnemann University Hospital 

salutes the class of 1993 of the hahnemann university 

School of Medicine, whose dedication to the highest 

standards of patient care today will shape the world 

of medicine tomorrow. 



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*Wt do not receive wisdom, we must discover it for ourselves, after a 
journey through the wilderness which no-one else can maf^efor us, which 
no-one can spare us, for our wisdom is the point of view from which we 
come at last to regard the world. 

-Marcel Ironist 
'Remembrance of Things Tost 




The Office of University Student Life 
extends warmest congratulations 

to the Class of 1993. 











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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1993 

From 
OAKS MILLER BOSELLI ASSOCIATES 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 
and Rehabilitation 

Arnold T. Berman, M.D., Chairman 

Stephen J. Bosacco, M.D. 

John B. Webber, M.D. 

Albert A. Weiss, M.D. 

David N. Bosacco, M.D. 

Craig L. Israelite, M.D. 



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Cardiac & 

Thoracic Surgeons, P.C. 




Stanley K. Brockman, M.D. 
Michael D. Strong, 111. M.D. 

Karl E. Crunewald. M.D. 

M. L. Ray Kuretu. M.D. 

Rohinton J. Morris. M.D. 

Jeffrey B. Alpern. DO. 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '93 
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery 



BEST OF LUCK 

TO THE NEW GRADUA TES 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 



Henry Rosenberg, M.D., Chairman 



Faculry 



Jonarhan Abrams, M.D 

Fand Amin, M.D. 

Joel Bennerr, M.D. 

Joan Carroll, M.D. 

Lawrence Collins, DO 

Pierro Colonna-Romano, M.D 

Serh Fisher, M.D 

Jeffrey Flercher, PhD. 

Jan Horrow, M.D 

M Mehdi Keykhah, M.D. 

Jerry Levirr, M.D 



Nagaraj Lingaraju, hAD 
Samuel Merz, M D 
Gary Okum, MD 
Pvuby Padolina, MD 
Jonarhan Parmer, M D 
Gregory Pharo, DO 
David Seirman, M D 
JohnShurack, DO 
Janer Siler, M D 
Roberr Srorella, PhD 
Daniel Van Riper, M D 



BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1993 



from the 
DIVISION OF DERMATOLOGY 

Richard L. Spielvogel, M.D. 

Eric C. Vonderheid, M.D. 

Gary R. Kantor, M.D. 

Nathan R. Howe, M.D., Ph.D. 

Cherie M. Ditre, M.D. 

Bruce A. Brod, M.D. 

THINK SKIN! 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1993 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ANATOMY 

Peter S. Amenta, Ph.D. 
Professor and Chairman 

Dennis M. DePace, Ph.D. 
Vice Chairman 

Robin H. Chou, Ph.D. 

Judy Rae Churchill, Ph.D. 

Antony M. Grigonis, Ph.D. 

Alan J. Haroian, Ph.D. 

Michael C. Kennedy, Ph.D. 

John A. Ladman, Ph.D. 

R. Peter Meyer, Ph.D. 

Joseph R. Rubertone, Ph.D. 

SherylS. Smith, Ph.D. 

Steven J. Wieland, Ph.D. 

Suzanne C. Zarro, M.D. 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1993 



From 



Dr. Leonard Dreifus 



(215) 563-2737 
FAX (2151 563-6452 



Medical Specialties Company 

PHYSICIANS AND HOSPITAL 
SUPPLIES* EQUIPMENT 



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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 




HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 



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Congratulations 
Class of 1993 

DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PHARMACOLOGY 



Congratulations 

And Best Wishes 

To The Class of 1993 

CLINICAL 

SURGICAL 

ASSOCIATES 

LTD. 

Charles C. Wolferth, Jr., M.D. 

George Amrom, M.D. 

Arthur J. Barnaby, Jr., M.D. 

Charles H. Schafer, M.D. 

Michael Marcucci, M.D. 



Best Wishes 



From The 



DEPARTMENT OF 
OBSTETRICS/ 
GYNECOLOGY 






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BEST WISHES 




to the Class of 1993 


CONGRA TULA TIONS! 

Compliments of: 


from the 


Vascular Associates 


Department 
of 


David Naide, M.D. 
2034 Spruce St. 
Phila v PA 19103 


Pediatrics 




CO NCR A TULA TIONS! 


BEST WISHES 


from the 


to the Class of 1993 


Department 

of 
Neurology 


From 

The ENT Department 



THE 1993 HAHNEMANN 
RESIDENCY MATCH STATISTICS 




POSITIONS BY SPECIALTY # 

Internal Medicine 38 

Transitional Year 21 

Surgery-General 20 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 18 

Anesthesiology 16 

Pediatrics 13 

Radiology Diagnostic 11 

Surgery-Preliminary Year 11 

Family Practice 8 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 7 

Emergency Medicine 6 

Orthopedics 5 

Psychiatry 5 

Internal Medicine-Primary Care 4 

Neurology 3 

Otorhinolaryngology 3 

Neurosurgery 2 

Ophthalmology 2 

Pathology 2 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2 

Urology 2 

Medicine-Pediatrics 1 

Pediatrics-Primary Care 1 

Radiation Oncology 1 

Research 1 

Total # Positions-(not in %) 202 

Total Graduates 168 

POSITIONS BY STATE 

Pennsylvania 86 

New York 20 

California 17 

Massachusetts 10 

New Jersey 9 

Connecticut 7 

Maryland 6 

Ohio 6 

Georgia 5 

Virginia 5 

District of Columbia 4 

Delaware 3 

North Carolina 3 



% OF 


% 


% 


CLASS 


WOMEN 


MEN 


22.6 


42 


57 


12.5 


48 


52 


11.9 


25 


75 


10.7 


61 


39 


9.5 


63 


38 


7.7 


62 


38 


6.5 


36 


64 


6.5 


18 


82 


4.8 


63 


37 


4.2 


71 


29 


3.6 


17 


83 


3.0 


20 


80 


3.0 


60 


40 


2.4 


25 


75 


1.8 


67 


33 


1.8 





100 


1.2 





100 


1.2 





100 


1.2 


50 


50 


1.2 





100 


1.2 





100 


0.6 


100 





0.6 


100 





0.6 





100 


0.6 





100 




86 


116 




42 


58 



Texas 3 

Wisconsin 3 

Florida 2 

Illinois 2 

Louisiana 2 

Rhode Island 2 

Tennessee 2 

Hawaii 1 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 

Oregon 1 

South Carolina 1 



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DO YOU REMEM 




Gross anatomy practicals - the five minute scramble. 

Where the T-cell, no B-cell matures - spreen? rymph node? 

Tailgates & Phillies games. 

Fast Eddie - "Say professor ..." 

Dr. Rubertone's pterygopalatine fossa box. 

Dr. Suzanne Zarro's high jump. 

PFK, Glycolysis & the TCA cycle. 

Biochemistry by computer. 

The MCP merger (NOT!). 

Mr. Leather with a nipple ring in PGN. 

Devlin's Biochemistry text & Kandel & Schwartz - hope not. 

The length of the human urethra: 12cm +/- a few inches. 

Dr. Wieland's ties - OK OK. 

The tunneling electron microscope. 

Dr. Meyer's Gait Cycle. 

The Baltimore trip on Earth Day. 

The psych porno film - you would if you were there. 

Dr. DiGregorio's greenhouse. 

Peri-rectal swabs & cultures. 

When the library flooded with sewage. 

A lot. 

Papa Maenza: "I've fallen . . . and I can't get up." 

C. Everett Koop at Convocation 10/30/90. 

When all the up escalators worked - didn't think so. 

Emily Rommel Hall parties. 




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Jimmy Dogs. 

Brian Medieros & his original cartoons. 

"If you have the A exam, does that mean you have antibodies to the B 
exam??" 

Follies: Andrew's Rap, Milli Vanilli, Wayne's World, Alf and Pretzel Boy, 
Boards Storm. 

Bud's tattoo. 

Dr. Yunis' toupe. 

Dr. Soricelli and the magnificent erection. 

RRRRup-ta-taaaa. 

"I'm going to touch you now." - your first GTA experience. 

When NBME I was stolen and you weren't sure the exam would be valid. 

When you didn't have enough room in the short white jacket for all your 
pens, lights, books and diagnostic kit. 

Passive learning with A.J. Schwartz. 

The Sayre "blue" (beige) house & "brown" (beige) house, now con- 
demned. 

Sayre night life: Doyle's Tavern and The House of Wings. 

When the "Y" was free. 

When Medicine A was Oaks/Miller/Cohen. 

Friday MSI happy hours. 

First night on call - fighting for a bed at 3am and waiting 20 minutes for 

the north tower elevators five minutes later. 

Trina in the dean's office - "What do you want???" 

The real help in the Dean's office - Donna, Helene & Dr. Zarro 

When you didn't know where Erie, PA was. 

Doc Watson's. 







Market Street Live, Polo Bay, Flanagan's, Club Metro & Bleachers. 

Bud's Desk. 

Depending on Millie for next month's rent. 

Lane's crew cut. 

Free meals/tickets - except at Hahnemann. 

Jean Claude Hill, M.D., future Hahnemann psych resident - NOT! 

Allentown night life: the Chicken Lounge & Irv's. 

Easton night life: see Allentown, above. 

Evaluations - no, sorry they're not in yet. 

The barbeque at Fairmount Park. 

Monmouth hangouts: Club Parasite, Cafe Bar, the boardwalk and the 

beach. 
Mr. Paroo & Dr. Wollman - the Hahnemann Family in its Golden Age. 
Spring Break & summer vacations. 
South street. 

The joy of filling out residency applications. 
Agonizing over making your Rank Order List, finally entering it - and the 

stress was still not over. 
When you thought Vine Street construction would never be finished. 
The Philadelphia Athletic Club. 
Announcements by Lloyd Heller. 
Fill in your own memory: 










ODE TO MATCH DAY 



It is match day today, and graduation is near 

So let's all have a good time and spread some cheer 

Four short years ago we came to HU from all over the U.S. 

Some from the east and some from the west 

And as far as I could see 

We were all in pursuit of that elusive M.D. 

Study! Study! Study! said the administrative hordes, 

"How the hell else are you going to pass the boards?" 

For those who get through all the histo, physio, and anatomy 

You then get to pick your favorite specialty 

Anesthesia? Medicine? Ophtho? OB? 

Path? Rads? Psych? Surgery? 

No matter where your career leads, one thing is true 

We would all like to make as much money as Iqbal Paroo. 



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APPLE 
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NOTE 



ASSESSMENT & PLAN 



Ok, first off, congratulations you guys. We did it! We are the 
Hahnemann Class of 1993. The yearbook staff wishes all of you the 
best of luck. 

As editors, we have had the opportunity to provide this overview 
of some of the best times and some of the more harrowing 
experiences during the last four years or so. As much as we are soon 
to reach the all insurmountable status of the physician, we should 
remember that we are all still mortal and, like our patients, are 
entitled to have our times of troubles and illnesses as well as joys and 
health. Our yearbook theme, the patient's chart, was a means to 
address some of our chief complaints, to show the people involved 
in our care throughout medical school and to show how successful 
we all have been despite the many hurdles we have encountered (ie, 
ICM, Boards part I and II, the match . . . ). The final diagnosis, the 
M.D., is our ultimate achievement. This yearbook is part of our life 
history. May this be a reminder of our presence at Hahnemann in its 



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"golden years". 

It is true we now walk away with the M.D. after our name. But at 
what expense? Sure, there was a little Gl distress and subsequent 
anemia, graying hair and other sequellae of stress - nothing a little 
maalox and an evening at Doc Watson's couldn't resolve. Yet, the 
monetary debt we incur is real and has its residual deficits that effect 
our decisions on what and where we practice. The American 
Association of Medical Colleges reports that the average graduating 
medical student indebtedness in 1990 was $46,224 with 31.6 percent 
having a debt in excess of $50,000. This first of all presents as an 
obstacle to any bright college student (sucker) who may consider 
medicine as a career. Moreover, this debt surely influences the rise 
in popularity of the more financially satisfying specialties (surgery); 
thus, taking away from the number of general practitioners that our 
country needs and shifting our practices to the cities (L.A.), leaving 
the rural areas (Erie) underserved. Perhaps if our great new leader 



(Hillary) Clinton wishes to control health care costs and increase 
accessibility, (s)he should start off by making medical education more 
affordable. 

By the time you read this we will all be tucked in somewhere in 
our residency programs. Do take time to look back through the years 
and remember that we did have a social life at one time. We hope 
you all enjoy this as much as we had fun producing it. We apologize 
for any ill humor; it was all made with good intentions. Don't let this 
affect any referrals to us in the future. Please keep in touch and 
always keep the Hahnemann spirit alive. 

CIAO! 



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