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Entire Hahnemann 
Graduating Class 
Matches At Allegheny!! 

-"Keeping Class Together Was 
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Dean of Video Games 
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Environmental Man by day 



"I wonder if we can make this any longer?' 




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Are the Dead playing here? 




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Dear Members of the Class of 1994, 



Having served as President of Hahnemann University during much of the period of 
your schooling and as Chancellor during the past few months, I am delighted to express my 
congratulations and best wishes to each of you for your accomplishments. 

You have completed your medical education and training as a student of Hahnemann 
University, and these form part of the foundation of knowledge you will need in order to 
reach your goal of becoming a physician. Beyond the science of healing and health, however, 
you also will need to understand the relationship of mind, body and spirit as they contribute 
to an individual's overall sense of well being. 

In this time of broadening health-care concerns and shrinking world perspective, it is 
increasingly important to focus on your ultimate aim: finding new and alternative ways to 
improve the human condition. For while the rapid refinement and enhancement of 
technology and information are exciting, it is the nurturing of the human being that will 
provide your true reward and gratification. 

I hope that, in your continuing path to achieve your career goals, you will remember 
warmly your experiences at Hahnemann, just as the University will recall the contributions 
each of you has made while you were here. 




Iqbal F. Paroo 
Chancellor 



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Sherif S. Abdelhak 
President 



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Suzanne C. Zarro, M.D. 

Assistant Dean for 

Student Affairs 



Hahnemann 

University 



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Dear Members of the Class of 1994: 



It's the day after, after Match Day, that is, and my mind's 
eye keeps returning to the view from Geary stage as you went wild 
after opening your Match envelopes. The hugging and kissing and 
jumping up and down was wonderful to see! It meant that the long 
years of preparation in undergraduate school and here at Hahnemann 
had paid off. Your Class did spectacularly well. 

You are a special class and each of you will go on to do great 
things in your individual and diverse fields of medicine. You are 
a special class in that you have also created special bonds among 
yourselves and with your institution and its faculty. I hope you 
will strengthen and preserve these relationships over the years 
even though many of you will move out of the area. 

It has been a privilege to have been a small part of your 
education and to have assisted in facilitating the Match process. 
I wish each of you the very best. Congratulations and good luck! 
(Don't forget to write.) 

Sincerely, 



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Suzanne C. Zarro, M.D. 

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 




It's Graduation Time! 

Do You Know 
Who Your Dean Is ?? 




S. Benham Kahn, M.D. 
Associate Dean for Curriculum 





Burton J. Landau, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean for Educational Programs and Evaluation 



Eric Michelson, M.D. 
Associate Dean for Academic Coordination 



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Harold L. Paz, M.D. 
•>sociate Dean for Graduate Medical Education 



Ana NOnez, M.D. 
Assistant Dean for Generalism and the Community 





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




A. Charles Winkelman, M.D. 
Assistant Dean for Admissions 











George C. Gardiner, M.D. 
Vice President for Minority Affairs 



Thomas K. McElhinney, Ph.D. 
University Student Life 



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Curriculum Coordinator 






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Helene M. Montgomery 
Secretary for Dean 's Letters 



Wanda Ford 
Receptionist, Dean's Office 



Hahnemann 

University 



Dear Members of the Class of 1994, 

The time has come for you to move on to 
new challenges. I am very proud to have been 
a part of your years here at Hahnemann and 
both happy and sad to see them coming to a 
close. At times it may have been difficult, 
but you have worked, persevered and are now 
realizing your dream of being called "Doctor". 
I am sure that all of you will be competent, 
compassionate, and caring physicians who will 
bring your own particular talents to the 
medical profession. It may also be a little 
frightening, but you have received an 
excellent education, and are prepared to meet 
every challenge. 

I would like to thank you for making my 
job both enjoyable and rewarding. Seeing you 
walk across the stage at graduation, I feel 
such joy as if you were members of my own 
family. I value your friendship and wish you 
success and happiness. I hope you will keep 
in touch so that we at Hahnemann can share in 
your successes. 

Congratulations to the Class of 1994 from 
all of us in student life! 







Jean Dorman 
Director, Student Activities 



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Assistant Director for University Student Life 



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Anatomy 




Cadaver 
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student who 
failed to say 
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Biochemistry 




Microbiology And 
Immunology 




Action taken against immature lymphocytes! 

- T-cells protest delayed respons. 




Pathology 



Pornographic slides 

found in Pathology slide 

box! 

-Ovaries, testes, and even mammary glands! 



Pharmacology 



Pharmacology 

Bowl 

Scandal! 




- Judges tutored contestants on correct responses 



Physiology 




New anesthetic approved by FDA! 

-Louisville Slugger hits the market! 




Anesthesiology 




Cardiology 






Cardiothoracic Surgery 




CT surgeons compete with God I 
for HMO contract! 



'We had a better year. " 




Dermatology 




Insulin Added to Daytime Sulfor 

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Emergency Medicine 




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Student suffers from refractory 
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Mental Health Sciences 



New chemotherapeutic stops cells from multiplying! 




- Resistant 
cells lines 
believed to 
have 
calculators. 



Neoplastic Diseases 




Nephrology 






Scientists mapping nerve pathways 

discover mind is based on a street map of Boston! 




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Neurosurgery 



Obstetrics 

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Gynecology 





Ophthalmology 



Orthopods 

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Chairman 
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Pediatric Department kidnapped! 



- Iqbal Paroo prime 
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HU scientists found cheating on PFT's! 



- They had a copy of the answers the night before! 





Pulmonary Medicine 




Radiation Oncology 



Radiology 




Rheumatology 




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- Easter Bunny concurs! 




Surgery 



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Officers 
Class Of 1995 




Officers 
Class Of 1997 



Officers 




Class Of 1996 




Co-Presidents: 


Mark Moracco 




John "Scooter" 




Van Kirk 


Vice President: 


Ben Solomon 


Q7 Secretary: 


Kymberly Butler 


Treasurer: 


Kim Biondo 




Medical Student Institute 







American 

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American 

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American 

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Adolescent 
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Enhanced 

Skills 

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Program 



Hahnemann 

Christian 

Fellowship 





Hahnemann 

Environmental 

Coalition 



Hahnemann 

Homeless 

Clinic 




Latino Medical 
Student Association 




Faculty Sponsor- Ana Nunez, M.D. (far right) 




Latin 
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MLK 

Changes 

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The CHANGES Program 

Program Director- Julie McCausland 
The CHANGES Program is a hands-on, alternative preven- 
tion/intervention program for "at risk" high school students 
in the Philadelphia area. The program is conducted utilizing 
resources at Hahnamann University Medical School such as 
the gross anatomy lab, pathology kodachromes, x-ray films 
and more to teach basic science and health to students in 
olace of their high school curriculum. Ultimately, we (as future 
ohysicians) hope to engender an understanding of how drugs, 
ooor nutrition, and myriad of other "at risk" behaviors disturb 
the balance inherent to a healthy body. 




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once? THAT question? for $1,000. 




The Tran$fcimatian Begun! 




Haywood Jablomi Appointed Chancellor 

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Can you trust your doctor?? 



Seniors 



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Future!! 

- Make Sure 
They're In 
Your HMO! 



DANIEL WINSTON ALTMAN, M.D., M.S. 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 




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Thanks Mom and Dad ... I never could have made it without your love, support and encouragement. 



JEFFREY JAY ATKINSON, M.D. 

LOYOLA COLLEGE 




CHRISTOPHER F. AVELINO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS 




ASHLEY JOHN BARBOZA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 




KIM LORRAINE BAREFIELD, M.D., M.S. 

SPELMAN COLLEGE 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE 

PARK 




SANJAY C. BHAKTA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE 




JAMES J. BLAKE, M.D. 







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BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 




RICHARD DEAN BRENNER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 




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M.D., M.P.H. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 

& SCIENCE 
JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & 

PUBLIC HEALTH 




JOHN E. BUTLER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 




AMBER LEIGHAN CHATWIN, M.D. 

CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY 





CHARLES C. COLE III, M.D. 

OBERLIN COLLEGE 





MAUREEN CORRY, M.D. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 
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SEANA COVELLO, M.D. 
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 




PETER BENJAMIN CRIDGE, M.D. 

LOYOLA COLLEGE 






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PETES LAWN CARE 

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Cutting and Trimming 
Reasonably Priced - Call for Estimate 



PETER B. CRIDGE 



18 Noreen Drive 
Morrisville, PA 19067 





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JEFF S. CUOMO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
AT COLLEGE PARK 




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DOUGLAS CHARLES CURTISS, M.D. 




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ANDRA KATHERINE CYRONAK, M.D. 

WELLESLEY COLLEGE 




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MARIA LUISA DE LEON, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 




CHRISTOPHER DE LUCA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 




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JOSEPH A. DE SIMONE JR., M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER 




ALEXANDER RAMON DEL ROSARIO, 

M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT 
BERKELEY 




CRAIG DEPOE, M.D. 

ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 




HAROLD SCOTT DERSTINE, M.D. 

MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 




STEVEN JOSEPH DI BIASE, M.D. 

SETON HALL UNIVERSITY 



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CATHY JO DI GREGORIO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



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THOMAS MARX DO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS 







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are "the wind beneath my wings." TMD 




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ST. JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY 




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EZRA MEIR DORI, M.D., M.S. 

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 





My family on my younger sister's wedding day 




My father, who is deeply missed 




My mom, thanks for all your love and support, you're the greatest! 



TIMOTHY E. DUTTON, M.D. 

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 




116 



CATHY ENG, M.D. 




LENKE ERKI, M.D. 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 




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FARZANEH FARZIN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




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ELIZABETH DOUGHERTY FLYNN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 







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To my family and friends, 

Without your love, friendship, and support none of my dreams could have become this reality. 
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with you too! 



MICHAEL FREEDMAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 




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NANCY C. FREYVOGEL, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 







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ELIZABETH LOUISE GERTH, M.D. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 




KIMBERLY GLADE, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO 




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MICHELE GODORECCI, M.D. 

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 




ERIC DAVID GOLDBERG, M.D. 

CLARK UNIVERSITY 




JACQUELINE M. GOLDBERG, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 






1 LOVE YOU GUYS! 







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Summit, Mt. Kilimanjaro, May 1987 



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To Mom, Dad, Lisa, Richie, Netcha, 
Adele, Bob and all the friends who 
helped me get through this mess, 
THANKS! I never could have done it 
without you. All my love always, Jackson 






HERMAN CLARK GORE, M.D. 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 




Dr. Ayers & Dr. Gore or maybe Dr. Gore & Dr. 
Gore, another "excellent combination" 



Roy, Paul (Thug) and me on the move in a "slick" way 



Dale and me scheming & scamming folk; 
in the Bahamas 




The Gore Clan 



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This is the guy responsible for me graduating, My other chapter; Nupes of T.< 
my master- Dr. D. Suite 




JEFFREY DAVID GOULD, M.D. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY 





ADRIENNE LYNN GREEN, M.D. 

WESLEY AN UNIVERSITY 



If I am not for myself, who am I? 
If I am not for others, what am I? 
If not now, when? 
(Hillel) 




A special thank you to the family, friends and especially my fiance who have 
supported me during the past four years. 



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ERIC L. GRESSEN, M.D. 

MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 

» my friends & family: Thank you for your support (Love you - Skygirl & Adam) 




131 



BROOKE HEIDI GURLAND, M.D. 

BARNARD COLLEGE 




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HILARY A. HANSEN - JUNG, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY 
LOS ANGELES 



my parents: Thank you for all your love and support. 

my wonderful husband, Greg: I wouldn't have made it through without you. Hove 




KIMBERLY ANN HEATH 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 




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MARC J. HIRSCHBEIN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
AT COLLEGE PARK 




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Sundy Rae Holland, 

M.D. 




God grant me the serenity to accept 

the things I cannot change, 
courage to change the things I can, 
ana wisdom to know the difference. 




YUHOE GIA HONG, M.D 

SUNY BINGHAMTON 




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TIM B. HOPKINS, M.D. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 



BRAD M. HOPPENFELD, M.D. 

COOK COLLEGE - 
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 




RONALD JAY HOROWITZ, M.D. 

MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 




DAVID SCOTT HOY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 
IRVINE 





HOWARD B. JACKSON, M.D. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 




Home coming with friends at Christmas '92 




The Jackson Family 



Howard, Mark, Mr. & Mrs. Jackson & Friends 




Howard, just back from Canada Games, B.C 



Mark, in preparation for the 1992 Olympics 



BETSY ANN JOHNS, M.D. 

GENEVA COLLEGE 





ANDREA SHELLEY 
DRYSDALE JOHNSON, M.D. 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA 




ALEXANDER E. KALENAK, M.D., M.S. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 



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MARK JOHN KANE, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 



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JENNIFER LEE KASIRSKY, M.D 

HAVERFORD COLLEGE 




KRIS ROBERT KAULBACK, M.D. 

URSINUS COLLEGE 




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SAMEENA S. KHAN, M.D. 
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, 

CHICO 




Sunrise. Spacious. Solitude. Sky. Subtle. Somber. Simplistic. Solemn. Serene. Sunset. Star. Stoic. Cool. 



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CHONG U. KIM, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 




Thanks to all for your support, if you're listening 
Mike F., T. Pham., Sue P., Gale S., Howard J 
Cathy E. PEACE!! 




DANIEL IL-SUN KIM, M.D 




To my family, my aunt in 
VY, and So Young: 

Thank you for your love 
ind support, I wouldn't have 
nade it this far without you. 

Love, 
Daniel 




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JOANNE KITSON, M.D. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY 




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PETER KOZUCH, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
AT COLLEGE PARK 




153 



ELIZABETH A. KRAFT, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA 




EVAN RICHARD KRAUS, M.D. 




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REBECCA LYNN KUNKEL, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 
LOS ANGELES 




FRANK KUO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 










JAMES D. LE CLAIR, M.D. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY 







BRIAN K. LEE, M.D. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF 
PHARMACY & SCIENCE 




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STACY BETH LEWIN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



To Marc, 

My love and very 
best friend- you 
have made me 
happier than I ever 
dreamed possible. I 
look forward to 
sharing the rest of 
our lives together! 




To my wonderful family- you have taught me courage and strength. 
Your love and unconditional support make everything worthwhile. 
To say thank you could never be enough- I love you! 






UDC 



MELANIE DIANE LITTLE, M.D. M.P.H. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 

TULANE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF 

PUBLIC HEALTH 

AND TROPICAL MEDICINE 





Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races 
one after another. 
Walter Elliott 

Thanks to my loving family for all of your unlimited 
guidance and support. I could never have made it 
without you. 




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GREGORY LIZER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
AT SAN DIEGO 




SHARI DAWN LURIE, M.D. 

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 






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WENDY J. LUTZ, M.D. 

CEDAR CREST COLLEGE 





VIVIANA M. MALET'A, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 
LOS ANGELES 




ANNA MARIA MANDALAKAS, M.D. 

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY 




DONALD J. MC BRYAN, M.D., M.B.A. 

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY 




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SUTTON MENEZES, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 
SANTA BARBARA 




MICHAEL JOSEPH MILLER JR., M.D. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 




SEPIDEH MOAYED, M.D. 

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 





Tara and Ali, I don't know. You haven't been quite 
around lately. Lucky you, I'll let you both make it up 
to me! Let's see, I'm gonna need a car, a new condo for 
the residency years . . . 





When choosing between two 
evils, I always like to try the one 
I've never tried before. 
-Mae West 



Cliff, I love you for always having 
been there. You loved and admired me 
at times I doubted myself the most. 




Mom & Dad, I can't even begin to thank you for all 
that you've done for me. I love you because you taught 
me to have aspirations, to be courageous, not just 
through words but through the exemplary lives you've 
led. 



There is a light that shines 
beyond all things on Earth, 
beyond us all, 
beyond the heavens, 
beyond the highest, 
the very highest heavens. 
This is the light that shines 
in our heart. 

-Chandogya Upanishad 



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"Well, this is just going 
from bad to worse." 



ROBERT CHARLES MORGAN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE 




The Mitchell's - Mom's side 



Terri Ann (Morgan) Confer on her special day 




>ie bottle of confidence and a good suit Temple City High School Class of 1986. He-Man Woman Haters My sister Terri and me studying for the boards 
vill get you everything. Club- Am I the last single one? very early. Is this a Netter book? 



JENNIFER MORRISON, M.D. 

DREW UNIVERSITY 




GERARD CHARLES MOSIELLO, 
M.D., D.D.S. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT 

STONY BROOK 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 








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ROBERT D. MOURADIAN, M.D., M.S. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 




EDWARD MURPHY, M.D. 

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 





TIMOTHY JOHN MURPHY, M.D. 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 






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STEPHANIE NEUKUM, M.D. 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 




LINH BAO NGUYEN, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 




JOSEPH DUNG NGUYEN, M.D. 

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE 




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Cat Killer! 




The Guys! (Well, and one woman) 





I want to be a lawyer when I grow up. 



This is better than taking Biochem. 



Thank You Mom, Dad, Linh, and Tram 




Look at these Babes! 



Smiling is a great natural antidepressant. 



My Girl! 



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DAN NIR, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 




GREGORY S. NISHIMURA, M.D. 




ELIZABETH SOANES O'BRIEN, M.D. 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 




CLODUALDO S. ORQUIZA III, M.D. 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 




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KENDRA JUNE OUTLAR, M.D. 

HOUGHTON COLLEGE 




VINCENT J. PACZKOSKIE, M.D. 
LOCK HAVEN UNIVERSITY OF PA 




DHAVAL KIRIT PARIKH, M.D. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 





JACQUELINE A. PETERS, M.D. 

KNOX COLLEGE 








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THANG PHAM, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




NICOLETTE A. PICERNO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 




ELMER GUILLERMO PINZON ("AL"), 

M.D., M.P.H. 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 

TULANE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF 

PUBLIC HEALTH AND TROPICAL 

MEDICINE 





LOUIS R. PIZANO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 










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SUSAN MICHELLE POLIZZI, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
AT SAN DIEGO 




TANIA DENISE POTTS, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




ANDREA OLIVIA RAY, M.D. 

SMITH COLLEGE 




JUAN E. REINOSO, M.D. 



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THOMAS J. RICK, M.D. 

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 




JILL ANN RIDER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 




RALPH JAMES RIVIELLO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 




GREGORY J. ROSSINI, M.D. 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF 

PHILADELPHIA, A.S. 

DREXEL UNIVERSITY 




MICHAEL TODD ROWLAND 

DUKE UNIVERSITY 




ERIK S. RUBINSON, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 




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'It's never too late to have a happy childhood" 
-Tim Robbins 






ROSALMA SAADE, M.D. 

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO 





JENNIFER DENISE SAENZ, M.D. 

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, 
LOS ANGELES 



ME . . at 18 months! 



My forever friends . . , 




Mary & Kichie- My "special" friends 






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Lots of "Hugs & Kisses" to my Family for thei uncondi- 
tional love and support. I love you and could never have 
done this without you!! 




A special thanks to Ramon, I'm sure glad 
to come home- but will the airlines go 
broke?? Love you lots! 




My abuelitos- you're always in my 
heart grandpa 





Rosalma- you crazy Puerto Rican!! Your warmth, sense of humor and 
ability to have fun helped me through these four years. I'll miss you!! 



A big "I Love You" to my friends Jide, Tony B., Monique (the world's best roomie), Gustavo, Glen, Roy, Dougie, Hillary, Juan & Samina 



GALE VALERIE SANTA MARIA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
AT BERKELEY 





DIANA LAURA SANZ, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 



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for my debut on stage- I love cameras!" 4 yrs?" 





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The Gallery at Christmas and Mom. 



Brother (Tom), Sister-in-law (Joyce), me, Mom (Mami), Dad (Pino). 



PRAYER TO ST. JUDE 

Most holy Apostle, St. Jude, 
faithful servant and friend of Jesus, 
the name of the traitor who deliv- 
ered your beloved Master into the 
hands of His enemies has caused 
you to be forgotten by many, but 
the Church honors and invokes 
you universally, as the patron of : 
hopeless cases, of things almost 
despaired of. Pray for me, I am so 
helpless and alone. Make use I im- 
plore you, of that particular privi- 
lege given to you, to bring visible 
and speedy help where help is most 
despaired of. Come to my assist- 
ance in this great need that I may 
receive the consolation and help of 
heaven in all my necessities, tribu- 
lations, and sufferings, particu- 
larly- (here make your request) and 
that I may praise God with you and 
all the elect forever. I promise, O 
blessed St. Jude, to be ever mindful 
of this great favor, to always honor 
you as my special powerful patron, 
and to gratefully encourage devo- 
tion to you. Amen. 



SAJIV SAXENA, M.D. 
FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE 




MARK A. SCHMIDHEISER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND 




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DANA CHRISTINE SCHMIDT, M.D. 

LOYOLA COLLEGE, MARYLAND 




SUSAN SCHMITT, M.D. 

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 



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ROY A. SETZENFAND, M.D. 

EDINBORO UNIVERSITY OF PA 




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DARRYN I. SHAFF, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR 




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JACK W. SHILLING, M.D. 

FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 




KRISTIN C. SMITH, M.D. 

COLGATE UNIVERSITY 




YEJIDE OLABISI SOKOYA, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 





Dear Lord, thank you for your love, 
guidance and presence in my life. 

With all my love to my family for your 
loving support and for believing in me. 

To all my friends for always reminding 
me that I am not alone. 



MARIA VERONICA STAPFER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII 




Mamouth Mtn: Suicide Mtn. ** Go for it-NOT! 



There are friends, and then there an 
good friends . . . 




Colby Wan Kanobi . . . born July 28th, 1993. 



The Gang: CHEERS! San Diego, CA 1992. 



TO GTA: I love you and will always. You're my best friend, my #1 fan and everything beyond. Happiness is my domain. 
TO KG: Whom I could not have completed this task without, who could always make me laugh, no matter what the disaster. 
Thanks. MVS 






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We are strong together . . . and I like that. 



Good times . . . Good memories. 



Lake Ontario: The day after, the day after . . 



RONALD S. STRONY JR., M.D. 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 





The most important people in my 
life; my wife Elisa (left), and my 
family, Brianne, Dad, Mom, and Jen 
(above). Thank you for all your 
support, I couldn't have made it 
without you. I love you all. 



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JAMES SUNDAY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 







SEDAT M. SURMELI, M.D. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 




JOHN B. TEDESCHI, M.D. 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 








CHARLES M. TERRY IV, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 




LULU SIM TSAI, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER 




GEORGE TSUNG-JU TSAI, M.D. 

LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY 




JOHN J. TIEDEKEN, M.D. 

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 
IN ST. LOUIS 




JEFFREY PETER UTZ, M.D., PH.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 
NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM 








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KATINA VILLAS, M.D. 

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE 







JOSEPH F. WALDNER, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 




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To My Family- A special thank you for your support and encouragement. I could 
not have done it without you. 

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QUINCY C. WANG, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
AT RIVERSIDE 




WENDELYN L. WATERS, M.D. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




MICHAEL L. WEBSTER, M.D. 

GANNON UNIVERSITY 




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TERI ANN WILLOCHELL, M.D. 

WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 




JOANNE WILTSHIRE-SCOTT, M.D. 

HOWARD UNIVERSITY 






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HILLARY D. WYNN-MOORE, M.D. 

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY A&M COLLEGE ' 




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Family is the source of my strength. 



My brothers. Aaron, Thomas and Spencer. 



SHAHRAD YAZDI, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT 
COLLEGE PARK 




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PETER JAE YOO, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNL 




STANLEY ZASLAU, M.D. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 





To my family: Your love, support and understanding has enabled me to reach my goals. I love you all! 




To my darling wife April: You are my love and my 
best friend. Your everlasting love and support has 
enabled me to achieve my dream. Thank you. I 
will love you forever. 



college graduation 



still with the same amount of hair! 



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DANIEL ZELAZNY, M.D. 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 




JAMES ALBERT ZOLA, M.D. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 





SANJAY KUMAR ARORA, M.D. 



RUSS LOVE, M.D. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 




STEPHEN J. SOKARIS, M.D. 

THE COLLEGE OF SAINT ROSE 



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What is the combination to my mailbox? Is there going to be 
happy hour this week? Who should I talk to if I need (INSERT 
REQUEST HERE) done, and could you call them for these 
questions and many other queries could be found by search- 
ing out A r/iss "Bud" He ft Tin. From his office, a chance hallway 
meeting or the famous Bud's desk (R.I.P), Bud guided hun- 
dreds of struggling students through the gauntlet of medical 
school with a combination of enthusiasm, determination and 
charm that was unequaled in the University. 

Over the years, Bud has been our greatest advocate within 
the administration, defending students' interests whenever, 
they were threatened. Bud had been involved in every aspect 
of student life, serving as advisor to the Yearbook, MSI, 
NoteService, and as a representative on several University 
committees. Bud was instrumental in organizing many Univer- 
sity student functions, including the Halloween and Holiday 
Parties, the Blue and Gold Ball, and Match Day festivities. His 
easy-going, down-to-earth style endeared him to the Class of 
1994, and we will miss him when we leave Hahnemann. 

And Hahnemann will miss him, too. With all of the changes 
occurring as a result of the acquisition of Hahnemann Univer- 
sity by AHERF, Bud left Hehnemann in late 1 993 in favor of 
early retirement. Although we were saddened when his depar- 
ture was announced, we wish him well in whatever endeavors 
he should pursue. 

In retrospect, medical school was composed of a series of 
rather unpleasant experiences, interspersed occasionally with 
short bursts of revelry. Bud Hefflin was one of the few people 
at Hahnemann who helped to bridge the long (sometimes 
endless) gaps between those bursts, and was thus an invalu- 
able part of our medical education. 

For all of this, we offer our humble and sincere thanks, and 
we count ourselves fortunate to have known Bud Hefflin. 
-Class of 1 994 







1994 Medic Staff 



Editors-in-Chief 

Jackie Goldberg 
Dhaval Parikh 

Assistant Editors 

Jennifer Kasirsky 
Jeff Gould 



Junior Editors 

Nancy Gideon 
Mandy Reeves 
Mike Casdorf 



Sophomore Editors 

Rebecca Blei 
Costas Kaiafas 



Freshman Editor 

Glen J. Barbee 

A very special THANK YOU to those who 
helped with this year's MEDIC. Your 
enthusiasm & creativity were indispensable!! 
Thanks especially to Brooke, Ashley, Jim Z., 
Anna & Tania for your humor, Susan S., Viv 
and Eric Gressen for the pics, Becky & 
Costas!! And a big THANK you to Jean 
Dor man and Bill O'Brien. 





To The Class of 1 994: 



Congratulations!! We're finally outta here! It's been a rough four (or five) 
years, but there have been a lot of good times along the way. As a class, I think 
we've come together better than most. Hopefully the friendships that we've 
made will last a long time (at least long enough to get some referrals, anyway). 

When coming up for a theme for the yearbook, we tried to find something 
lighthearted but timely. There are so many changes happening now; the new 
Health Plan, the new H.U., the start of residency, and for many, starting a new 
family. As we try to gather information to guide us through these times, and find 
there's no Cecil's or Harrison's to fall back on, we have to remember not to 
believe everything we read or hear. There are many people who would change 
us or our professions to fit their desires. Some of their ideas have merit, some 
don't. Figuring out which is which makes K-types look easy. I guess the best we 
can do is keep our priorities in mind, watch out for our patients' best interests, 
and be true to ourselves. Hopefully, that will help us filter through the nonsense. 

We'd like to thank everyone who contributed their time, pictures, and 
creativity to this year's Medic-Ashley, Brooke, Jim Z., Anna, Tania, Viv, Susan 
S., Eric Gressen, Becky and Costas, and Jean Dorman and the Student 
Activities Office. We never would have to survived without you! 

We wish everyone great success and may there be a giant Italian Hoagie in 
your future. 

-Dhaval and Jackie 



Daniel Winston Altman, M.D., M.S. 

Internal Medicine 

UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson School 

of Medicine 

New Jersey 

Sanjay Kumar Arora, M.D. 

rnal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Lehigh Valley Hospital 
Anes thesiology 
University of Colorado 
Denver, Colorado 

Jeffrey Jay Atkinson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University Hospitals of Cleveland 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Christopher F. Avelino, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Ashley John Barboza, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles 

Los Angeles, California 

Kim Lorraine Barefield, M.D., M.S. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Harlem Hospital Center 
New York, New York 

Sanjay C. Bhakta, M.D. 
Internal Medicine 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center 
Los Angeles, California 

James J. Blake, M.D. 

Otolaryngology 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, Minnesota 

Baktash Bootorabi, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Chester, Pennsylvania 

Stacy Mara Borans, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Richard Dean Brenner, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
University of California-Irvine 
Anes thesiology 
UCLA Medical Center 
Los Angeles, California 



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Marc Brodsky, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Naval Hospital of Oakland 

Oakland, California 

Barbara Ann Brookmyer, M.D., M.P.H. 

Family Practice 

Ventura County Medical Center 

Ventura, California 

John E. Butler, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Amber Leighan Chatwin, M.D. 

Surgery - Preliminary Year 
Lenox Hill Hospital 
Orthopedic Surgery 
Bronx Lebanon Hospital 
Bronx, New York 

Charles C. Cole III, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Maureen Corry, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Winthrop University Hospital 

Mineola, New York 

Seana Covello, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Peter Benjamin Cridge, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Morristown Memorial Hospital 
Morristown, New Jersey 

Jeff S. Cuomo, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

Tulane University School of Medicine 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Douglas Charles Curtiss, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Yale-New Haven Hospital 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Andra Katherine Cyronak, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Primary Care 
Rhode Island Hospital 
Providence, Rhode Island 



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Maria Luisa DeLeon, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
University of Texas - Houston 
Neurology 
University of Texas 
Galveston, Texas 

Joseph A. DeSimone Jr., M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Christopher DeLuca, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 

Medical College of Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Alexander del Rosario, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

California Pacific Medical Center 

San Francisco, California 

Craig Depoe, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Lehigh Valley Hospital 

A nes thesiology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Harold Scott Derstine, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Grace Hospital 
Detroit, Michigan 

Steven Joseph DiBiase, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Radiation Oncology 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Cathy Jo DiGregorio, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

A nes thesiology 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Thomas Marx Do, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Madigan Army Medical Center 

Tacoma, Washington 

John Christopher Doherty, M.D. 

Family Practice 
Hamot Medical Center 
Erie, Pennsylvania 






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Ezra Meir Dori, M.D., M.S. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Mt. Sinai Hospital 
New York, New York 

Timothy E. Dutton, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
A nes thesiology 
Maine Medical Center 
Portland, Maine 

Cathy Eng, M.D. 

Internal Medicine-Preliminary Year 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Diagnostic Radiology 
St. Barnabas Medical Center 
Livingston, New Jersey 

Lenke Erki, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Farzaneh Farzin, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Radiation Oncology 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Elizabeth Dougherty Flynn, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Children's National Medical Center 

Washington, D.C. 

Michael Freedman, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Emory University 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Nancy C. Freyvogel, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Allegheny General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Elizabeth Louise Gerth, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Rainbow Babies and Children's 

Hospital 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Kimberly Glade, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Tulane University School of Medicine 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Michele Godorecci, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Lenox Hill Hospital 
New York, New York 



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Eric David Goldberg, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Massachusetts 
Wooster, Massachusetts 

Jacqueline Martine Goldberg, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Medical College of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Herman Clark Gore, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Abington Memorial Hospital 
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Jeffrey David Gould, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Lehigh Valley Hospital 
Neurology 

Pennsylvania Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Adrienne Lynn Green, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Stanford University Hospital 

Stanford, California 

Eric L. Gressen, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Medical Center of Delaware 
Radiation Oncology 
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Brooke Heidi Gurland, M.D. 

Surgery 

Mt. Sinai Hospital 

New York, New York 

Hilary A. Hansen-Jung M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Loma Linda University 
Loma Linda, California 

Kimberly Ann Heath, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mark J. Hirschbein, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 

Sinai Hospital 

Ophthalmology 

Sinai Hospital 

Baltimore, Maryland 



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Sundy Rae Holland, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Primary Care 
University of Washington 
Seattle, Washington 

Yuhoe Gia Hong, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Lackland Air Force Base 
San Antonio, Texas 

Tim B. Hopkins, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

San Diego Naval Hospital 

San Diego, California 

Brad M. Hoppenfeld, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
The Medical Center of Delawar 
Newark, Delaware 

Ronald Jay Horowitz, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital 

Cleveland, Ohio 

David Scott Hoy, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
Creighton Universit 
Omaha, Nebraska 

Howard B. Jackson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 

Presbyterian Medical Center of 

Philadelphia 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Betsy Ann Johns, M.D. 

Family Practice 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Andrea Shelley Drysdale Johnson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Georgetown University Hospital 

Washington, D.C. 

Alexander E. Kalenak, M.D., M.S. 

Family Practice 

Medical Center of Beaver Pennsylvania 

Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

Mark John Kane, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Geisinger Medical Center 
Diagnostic Radiology 
University of Connecticut 
Farn.ington, Connecticut 



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Jennifer Lee Kasirsky, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson 
Camden, New Jersey 

Kris Robert Kaulback, M.D. 

Surgery 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Sameena S. Khan, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Hawaii 
Honolulu, Hawaii 

Chong U. Kim, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of California- Irvine 

Orange, California 

Daniel ll-Sun Kim, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Loma Linda University 
Loma Linda, California 

Joanne Kitson, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Riverside Methodist 
Columbus, Ohio 

Peter Kozuch, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Boston University 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Elizabeth A. Kraft, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 

Medical College of Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Evan Richard Kraus, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Einstein Affiliated Hospitals 

Bronx, New York 

Rebecca Lynn Kunkel, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Medical College of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Frank Kuo, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Texas 
Galveston, Texas 



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James D. LeClair, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Neurology 

University of Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Brian K. Lee, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Radiation Oncology 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Stacy Beth Lewin, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 

Pennsylvania Hospital 

A nes thesiology 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Melanie Diane Little, M.D., M.P.H. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Medical College of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Gregory Lizer, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

UCLA Medical Center 

Los Angeles, California 

Russ Love, M.D. 

Diagnostic Radiology 
Bryn Mawr Hospital 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Shari Dawn Lurie, M.D. 

A nes thesiology 
Baystate Medical Center 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

Wendy J. Lutz, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 

Abington Memorial Hospital 

A nes thesiology 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Viviana M. Malet'a, M.D. 

Pediatrics- Primary Care 
Thomas Jefferson Universit/ 
Alfred I. DuPont Institute 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Anna Maria Mandalakas, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital 

Cleveland, Ohio 



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Donald J. McBryan, M.D., M.B.A. 

Internal Medicine 
Reading Hospital 
Reading, Pennsylvania 

Sutton Menezes, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of California- Davis Medical 

Center 

Sacramento, California 

Michael Joseph Miller Jr., M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Diagnostic Radiology 
Duke University Medical Center 
Durham, North Carolina 

Sepideh Moayed, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Presbyterian Medical Center 
Diagnostic Radiology 
Presbyterian Medical Center 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Robert Charles Morgan, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Lehigh Valley Hospital 
A nes thesiology 
University Health Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Jennifer Morrison, M.D. 

Diagnostic Radiology 
University Health Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Gerard Charles Mosiello, M.D., D.D.S. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
St. Barnabas Medical Cente 
Livingston, New Jersey 

Robert D. Mouradian, M.D., M.S. 

A nes thesiology 
University of South Florida 
Tampa, Florida 

Edward Murphy, M.D. 

Surgery 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Timothy John Murphy, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center 

Aurora, Colorado 



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Stephanie Neukum, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Crozer-Chester Medical Center 

Neurology 

University of Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Linh Bao Nguyen, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Alton Oschner Medical Foundation 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Joseph Dung Nguyen, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
A nes thesiology 
Brigham & Womens Hospital 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Dan Nir, M.D. 

Diagnostic Radiology 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Gregory S. Nishimura, M.D. 

Surgery 

Nassau County Medical Center 

East Meadow, New York 

Elizabeth Soanes O'Brien, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Strong Memorial Hospital 

Rochester, New York 

Yong T. Oh, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Lehigh Valley Hospital 

A nes thesiology 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Clodualdo S. Orquiza III, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
Beth Israel Hospita 
Otolaryngology 
New York Eye & Ear 
New York, New York 

Kendra June Outlar, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Vincent J. Paczkoskie, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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/al Kirit Parikh, M.D. 
nsitional Year 
Reading Hospital 
Radiation Oncology 
Mt. Sinai Hospital 
New York, New York 

Jacqueline A. Peters, M.D. 

Maternity/Research Year 

Thang Pham, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of California- Irvine 

Orange, California 

Nicolette A. Picerno, M.D. 

Otolaryngology 

Medical College of Georgia 

Augusta, Georgia 

Elmer Guillermo Pinzon ("Al"), M.D., 
M.P.H. 

Transitional Year 
Lehigh Valley Hospital 
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 
Baylor College of Medicine 
Houston, Texas 

Louis R. Pinzano, M.D. 

Surgery 

Beth Israel Hospital 

New York, New York 

Susan M. Polizzi, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

University of Texas Southwestern 

Medical School 

Dallas, Texas 

Tania Denise Potts, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles 

Los Angeles, California 

Andrea Olivia Ray, M.D. 

Plastic Surgery 
Yale-New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Juan E. Reinoso, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Texas Tech University 
El Paso, Texas 

Thomas J. Rick, M.D. 

Anes thesiology 
Maricopa Medical Center 
Tuscon, Arizona 

Jill Ann Rider, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
Oregon Health Science Universit 
Portland, Oregon 



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Ralph James Riviello, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Allegheny General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Gregory J. Rossini, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
University of Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Michael Todd Rowland, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
Boston Universit 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Erik S. Rubinson, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

University of Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Rosalma Saade, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Jennifer Denise Saenz, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles 

Los Angeles, California 

Gale Valerie Santa Maria, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Monmouth Medical Center 
Long Branch, New Jersey 

Diana Laura Sanz, M.D. 

Diagnostic Radiology 

University of Oklahoma College of 

Medicine 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Sajiv Saxena, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Ohio State University Hospital 

Columbus, Ohio 

Mark A. Schmidheiser, M.D. 
Internal Medicine 
Portsmouth Naval Hospital 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

Dana Christine Schmidt, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital 

Cleveland, Ohio 



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Susan Schmitt, M.D. 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 
UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson 
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 
University of Washington 
Seattle, Washington 

Roy A. Setzenfand, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 
Allegheny General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Darryn I. Shaft, M.D. 

Diagnostic Radiology 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Jack W. Shilling, M.D. 

Surgery 

Milton Hershey Medical Center of the 

Penn State University 

Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Kristin C. Smith, M.D. 

Surgery 

Richland Memorial Hospital 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Yejide Olabisi Sokoya, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Texas Tech University 
El Paso, Texas 

Maria Veronica Stapfer, M.D. 

Surgery 

Los Angeles County- USC Medical 

Center 

Los Angeles, California 

Ronald S. Strony, M.D. 

Emergency Medicine 
Geisinger Medical Center 
Danville, Pennsylvania 

James Sunday, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Sedat M. Surmeli, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
St. Barnabas Medical Center 
Livingston, New Jersey 

Charles M. Terry IV, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Lehigh Valley Hospital 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 

Hospital of the University of 

Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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John J. Tiedeken, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 
Fitzsimmons Army Medical Cente 
Aurora, Colorado 

Lulu Sim Tsai, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

Pennsylvania Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

George Tsung-Ju Tsai, M.D. 

Surgery 

The Medical Center of Delaware 

Newark, Delaware 

Jeffrey Peter Utz, M.D., Ph.D. 

Neuroscience Research 

Hahnemann University School of 

Medicine 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Katina Villas, M.D. 

Transitional Year 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center 
Oph thalmology 

Hahnemann University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Joseph F. Waldner, M.D. 

Transitional Year 

Lehigh Valley Hospital 

A nes thesiology 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Quincy C. Wang, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Hamot Medical Center 
Erie, Pennsylvania 

Wendelyn L. Waters, M.D. 

Family Practice 
University of Colorado 
Denver, Colorado 

Michael L. Webster, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Childrens Hospital of Akron 

Akron, Ohio 

Teri Ann Willochell, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Joanne Wiltshire-Scott, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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Laura M. Wood, M.D. 

Pediatrics 

All Children's Hospital 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

Hillary D. Wynn-Moore, M.D. 

Psychiatry 

University of Cincinnati Hospital 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Shahrad Yazdi, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 

Hahnemann University Hospita 

Neurosurgery 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Peter Jae Yoo, M.D. 

Internal Medicine 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Stanley Zaslau, M.D. 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 

Mt. Sinai Hospita 

Urology 

Mt. Sinai Hospital 

New York, New York 

Daniel Zelazny, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery 
Westchester County/New York 
Medical College 
Valhalla, New York 

James Albert Zola, M.D. 

Medicine-Pedia tries 
Geisinger Medical Center 
Danville, Pennsylvania 





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1994 Hahnemann Residency Match Statistics 

Positions by Specialty: 

Anesthesiology 14 

Emergency Medicine 6 

Family Practice 5 

Internal Medicine 43 

Internal Medicine- Preliminary Year 18 

Internal Medicine- Primary Care 2 

Medicine-Pediatrics 1 

Neurology 4 

Neurosurgery 1 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 9 

Ophthalmology 2 

Otolaryngology 3 

Orthopedics 6 

Pediatrics 16 

Pediatrics- Primary Care 1 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 5 

Psychiatry 2 

Radiology- Diagnostic 9 

Radiation Oncology 5 

Research 1 

Surgery- General 9 

Surgery- Plastics 1 

Surgery- Preliminary Year 10 

Transitional Year 16 

Urology 1 





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For Stacy Lewin: 

To Stacy, we shared your hopes, dreamed your dreams and 
always admired your determination to succeed. And now, with 
love, joy and hearts bursting with pride, we proudly call you 
"Doctor". Congratulations to you and the Class of 1994. 
-Mom, Dad, Dayna and Sam 



To the Class of 1994: 

I look forward to having you all on my payroll. Congrats. 
-Hillary C. 



We are very proud of you, David. . . 

From "McNamara" thru medicine, it's been a wonderful 
journey. Love and congratulations from family and clan. 
-David & Linda Hoy 



The journey has been long and costly. But seriously, I wish you all 
congratulations and good luck on being released from hell, may 
the real world be a kind and generous place. 
-Ralph Riviello 



Bravo! Class of 1 994! And Best Wishes and much success to our I 
daughter who has become Dr. Tania Potts, to the young patient I 
who have been exposed to her loving care and winsome smile. H'J 
congratulate you with loving pride. 
-Your Brother, Mom & Dad. 



Best Wishes to our son Robert David Mouradian and 

Hahnemann 's graduating Class of 1994. 
-Leon & Jean Mouradian 



To our son Gregory S. Lizer. Our hearts are filled with love, pride, 
joy, and respect for your many accomplishments. Our wish, may 
life be as good to you and Sandra as it has been for us. 
-Mom and Dad 



Dearest Kendra: 

Bright, focused and fervent in your life, you have made us prouc 
and pleased to call you our daughter, to call you Sissy, to call you 
Kendra. May your commitment to Christ be the motivation for 
your career. We love you. 

-Mom, Dad, Josh & Amanda 



Cathy: 

Your very hard work and motivation over the years has finally 
become a reality. Words cannot express the feelings we have for 
you at this time. Congratulations! 
-Love always, your parents! 



Dear Chris: 

Over the last 4 years, we have watched you fulfill your dream of 
becoming a doctor. As always, you have reached this goal with 
extraordinary gusto. Your patients will be fortunate to have such a 
caring physician. 

-Love. Mom and Dad. 



Congratulations Cathy 
-Gordon Eng 



To Clod: 

Congratulations. We love you and we are very proud of you. Our 
blessings are with your as you are about to go through this very 
important crossroad of your career. Good luck and keep going. As 
always, we are behind you. 

-Dr. & Mrs. Clodualdo S. Orquiza 



Dear Eric: 

You traveled far to get to this place! May you find joy in your 
work and in your life. With pride and love we congratulate our 
doctor. 

-Mum, Dad, Neil & Evan. 



John: 

-You can have the house. But I keep the ginzsus. 
-Lorraina 



Congratulations, Doctor McBryan: 

We are very proud of you and Val and wish the best for both of 
you in the years ahead. 

-Much Love, Mom & Dad 



Our health is in your hands! Congratulations and good luck in your 
chosen specialties!! 

-Joyce & David Walter 



a bushel and a peck ' ', Bunny! H & K, 
-Mom 



To Jackie & her classmates, 

We wish great success in the future. To Jackie, a source of great 
pride and joy to us for the complete and loving person she has 
become and for the great achievement attained- we say: Go to it, 
Doc! 

-Els & Jerry Goldberg 



Congratulations to our son, Peter, and to all the young men and 
women in the Class of 1 994! All of us are so proud of you, son, and 
urge you to go forth to serve both God and man in the most noble 
of all professions. We love you. 
-Christopher & Susan Cridge 



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r he last four years have been a journey we have traveled 
ogether. I hope our mutual love, respect and support never ends. 
~)nce again, you have made me very proud. I love you. Mom 
-Yetivemare and Bill McComas 



lood Luck to Tom Rick and the Class of 1994! 
May all your dreams come true. 
-Donald & Giovanna Rick 



Dear Ron, 

Once again you have made us proud. As always we wish you 
happiness and success in your future. Congratulations to you and 
the Class of 1 994. 

-Love, Mom, Dad, Susan & Bruce Horowitz 



Joey B.- 

I will love you forever. 
-Amy 



ion: 

We are very proud of you becoming a doctor and all you have 
accomplished these last 4 years. We wish you the best and future 
uccess wherever your life may lead. 

-Mom, Dad, Brian ne & Jennifer Strony 



or Marc Brodsky: 

He who save just one life saves the world entire. We are bursting 
/ith pride and we love you. 
-Mom, Murray & Jason 



)ear Ed: 
We know you 'II make a great surgeon. We 're very proud of you. 
-Mr. & Mrs. Scissorhands 



Congratulations Craig and the Class of 1994! 

The greatest gifts you can give are your love and your care. 
OVE YOU FOREVER 
-Mom and Dad. 



dngratulations, Tina! 

We 'd like to share our pride for you and wish you continued 
jccess. you have always been a joy in our lives and we love you 
o much. 

-Mom and Dad 



lark, 

We are very proud of you. We pray that you will be a caring and 
ompassionate doctor. We love you. 
-Mom, Dad and Melanie 



like: 

I thought for weeks about what I was going to say in this space, 
'othing sounded just right. But then I remembered: It didn 't 
latter- best friends always know what's in each others' heart! 
ove, M.C. 

-Noreen Freedman & Daniel Freedman 



ongratulations to the Class of 1994. 
I wish you all luck. 
-Mr. Terry Morgan 



To my Friends & Family: 

Your love and support have meant the world to me! Mom, Dad 
and Dayna- You deserve this diploma too! Marc- Thanks for always 
being there! I love all of you! Thanks 
-Love always, Dr. Stacy 



Dana Schmidt: 

You planted your roots deep and spread your wings wide and 
learned to never let go of the dream. We congratulate you, we 
admire you, but most of all, we love you! 
-Michael & Babette Bilek 



Congratulations Melanie D. Little, M.D. 

We are proud of your success and achievements. May your 
future be filled with wonderful opportunities, new experiences and 
success in each goal you pursue. 

-Dad, Mom, Valerie, Chip & Michael 



Doctor Beth: 

We 're very proud of all you 've accomplished. You 'II do the 
medical field a great service as you are dedicated and caring. 
-Love always, Mom, Mike, Jess, Nana & Family 



To our son Stanley Zaslau, 

You have achieved your childhood dream that started with a 
stethoscope. We are proud of your hard work and dedication. You 
will make a wonderful doctor. 
-Dad, Mom and Alan 



For Steve DiBiase, 

Congratulations, We are very proud of you. We wish you the 
best in all your future endeavors. 
-Love, Mom and Dad 



To my loving husband Stanley, 

Congrats on receiving your M.D. degree. I am very proud of you. 
Your hard work, dedication & love for this field will make you a 
wonderful physician. 
-April 



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To a wonderful & caring woman who will make a great doctor and 
a beautiful wife. Congratulations Stacy. 
-Love. Marc 



Good Luck Class of 1 994 

Congratulations Dr. Erik, the first physician in the Rubinson 
family. All our love and best wishes. 

-Gail. Gene. Ronni and Deena Rubinson 



From Susie Stuart, M.D. to Susan C, Schmitt, M.D. 

We are all so proud of you, including Sissy. 
-Love. Mom & Dad 



Good luck in all endeavors Class of 1994 and Good Health. 
-Carl & Barb Setzenfand 



Stephanie: 

Determination, ambition and a desire to help others has 
brought you to the threshold of fulfilling a lifelong dream. My hejl 
is full of pride. I always knew you would do it. 
-Love. Mom 



Congratulations Maureen! 

Your graduation is a tremendous personal accomplishment. Vu 
are so proud of you and happy for you, Jim and Thomas. Lov 
You! 

-Mom, Dad, Nancy, Marie & Michele Corry 



Watchful eyes have seen a boy become a man and that man a 
doctor. These watchful eyes, our son, are proud. Congratulations! 
to Ralph and the entire Class of 1 994 
-Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Riviello 



Dear son Sanjay: 

We congratulate the Class of 1994. you have brought the light in 
our family, and will tie a knot with Kaushika on June 19, 1994. 
Sanjay, you are out hope and guide. Ramkabir. Your parents, 
-Chhaganbhai B. & Sarojben Bhakta 



"Is not time, even as love, undivided and paceless? Let today 
embrace the past with remembrance and the future longing. " 
Congratulations! 

-Helen & Alan LeClair 



Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1994. 

Sedat, we 're so proud of you and look forward to your 
continued success. 

-Dr. & Mrs. Suphi Surmeli 



To Betsy, 

With our love and pride in this significant accomplishment. 
-Mom and Dad 



Congratulations Chas 

All your hard work has paid off. We wish you only the very best 
in the future. 

-Mr. & Mrs. Charles Terry 



Jenny, 

We are so proud of you! We love you for who you are and for all 
you will be. 

-Love. Mom, Dad, Kate and Susan 



Congratulations Dr. Shilling 

-Love, Mama, Dad, David, Jeff, Marie, Mim and Rimney 



Joey, 

Thanks for making us so proud of you. 
-Love, Mom, Dad, John, Peter and Jimmy. 



TERI, 

Congratulations on accomplishing your lifelong dream. We knev 
you could do it. Our best wishes to you and all your friends for 
continuing success. Be the best you can be. 
-Love, "The Family" 



Congratulations Daniel Winston Altman! 

We are very proud of you and wish you and the entire Class of 
1 994 continued success! Be a blessing! 
-Barbara and Edward Altman 



Our Daughter Kim Glade has ALWAYS made us proud to be her 
parents! She was diligent and steadfast in her pursuit of a medical 
career, making many sacrifices, while tirelessly making time for 
her friends and family. 

-Bob and Barbara Glade 



For Eric G.- 

These past 4 year you often sacrificed, conquered monumental 
challenges & avidly studied with unrelenting dedication & 
sensitivity towards others. We are proud of you & love you. 
-Lisa & Adam 



Dear Tonya 
Better luck next time. 
-Nancy 



The world will be a better place because of the care and true 
concern of Dr. Michael J. Miller. 

-Mike & Sharon Miller 
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Congratulations, Andrea. 
We are deeply proud of you. 
-Love and best wishes, Jonathan, Christopher, your 
Grandparents, Mom & Dad. Prov. 3:5-6 In all your ways 
acknowledge Him, He will direct. 






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Congratulations, Betsy, 
On a job well done, and best wishes for the road ahead. With 
ove, 

-Mother, Dad. Doug. Roberta, 

Margaret, Ginger and Greg. 



To Viv: 

You have made all of us feel proud of you again. No matter the 
challenge ahead, always do the best you can and all along. God will 
help you. Congratulations on your graduation. 
-Loving you, Dad 



fejide is a pride to us - the family, her friends and the University. 
Ve hold her very dearly. We hope she will give good service to 
Humanity and the Medical World. We are particularly happy she 
md others in the 1 994 Group are going into the world of Medicine 
hrough your esteemed institution. 
\LL THE BEST TO THE 1994 GROUP. 

-Abike & Oladapo Sokoya. Lagos, Nigeria 



r o my Dear Parents, 

There are no words to properly acknowledge everything you 
lave given me - which is life, in every sense of the word. 
-With Love and Gratitude, Danny. 



~)ear Dan, 

With pride and joy we congratulate you on receiving the MD 
iegree, and wish you continued success and fulfillment in your 
uture. Good luck to our promising Doctor! We love you! 
-Mom. Dad & Han 



lanny, 

We 're one proud family! If you love what you do, you will never 
vork another day in your life. 
-The Nirs 



\mber, 

As you savor the prestige and honor this great accomplishment 
leserves. please know how proud we have always been of you. 
~)ur love and Congratulations. - "D & J" 



llarice: 

Thanks for all the great times in anatomy, especially those late 
light snacks. 

-Love, Dr. H. Lechter 



)ear Joanne W-S., 

The race is not given to the swift nor to the strong but to the 
>ne that endure th to the end. 
-Your Father 



Kim H: 

To a daughter who has given us more in life than she has 
■eceived, we can only wish the most special and beautiful things of 
ife, as you receive the goal you have desired since the fifth grade. 
Stay as special as you are. 
-Love, Your Family 



To Ashley: 

Thanks for your unending patience and help with the yearbook 
'rom hell. I know I can always count on you! Best of luck in Call. 
-Love, Jackie. 



To Mom, John, Debbie, Joe. and Sharon: 

Thanks for all the love, support, and encouragement which have 
made the last four years the best of my life and that much easier. 
And to Dad, you will always inspire me and I will love you always. 
-Love, Jim 



Congratulations Mishie! 

Best of luck and remember- we 're always here for you no 
matter where you are! We 're so proud of you! 
-Mom, Dad, & the Gang - Buddis + Blips 



To Dhaval: 

We are proud of your class and you for working hard. We love 
you. In the future be sure to be a good doctor. Take care of people 
and don 't worry about making money. Love, 
-Mom & Dad 



To Ezra: 

We can't express how proud we are of you. We knew you could 
do it. Maze! Tov!! 

-Love, Mom, Hana and Ravit 



To Vivian a Ma let 'a: 

Congratulations sweetheart; I knew you could do it. and you 
made it. 

-Love, Mom 



To Jackie and Dhaval: 

Thanks for all your hard work, dedication and creativity, without 
which this yearbook would not have been the best ever! 
-The Class of '94 



To My loving Family and Friends: 
Thanks. With love, 
-Ashley 



To Tim Dutton: 

We applaud your diligence and commitment. As always, you 
have exceeded our expectations. With love and pride. 
-Mom, Ed, Terry, Angela & Julie 



To Mom, Dad, Lisa, Richie & Netcha: 

Thank you for your tremendous support throughout the past 
four years. You 've kept me going when I thought I couldn 't make 
it, and put a little laughter in my life. I love you!! 
-Jackson 



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Cardiac & 

Thoracic Surgeons, P.C. 



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

Karl E. Grunewald, M.D. 

M. L. Ray Kuretu, M.D. 

Rohinton J. Morris, M.D. 

Jeffrey B. Alpern, D.O. 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1994 
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery 



Our Best Wishes For 

Success To The Class of 1994 

In Your Future Endeavors 

In Medicine 



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Associates 

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David Naide, M.D. 
Steven Christesen, M.D. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Division of Allergy 

Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine 

Edward S. Schulman, M.D., Director 

Jonathan S. Jaffe, M.D. 

Bruce Davidson, M.D. 

David M. Lang, M.D. 

Harold L. Paz, M.D. 

Donald G. Raible, M.D. 

Michael S. Sherman, M.D. 



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The Office of University Student Life 

extends warmest congratulations 

to the Class of 1994. 



We do not receive wisdom, we must discover it for ourselves, after a journey 
through the wilderness which no one else can make for 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 Proust 
Remembrance of Things Past 




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Office of Financial Aid Office of Student Activities 

Office of the Registrar Student Counseling Center 

Office of Student Accounts (Bursar's Office) 




BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1994 

I. BRODSKY 
ASSOCIATES 



/. Brodsky, M.D. 
S. Ben ha in Kahn, M.D. 
James F. Conroy, M.D. 
Stephen Bulova, M.D. 

Pamela Crilley, D.O. 
David Topolsky, M.D. 

Michael Styler, M.D. 



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CONGRA TULA TIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

CLASS OF 1994 



Teruo Matsumoto, Ph.D., M.D. 

Professor and Director 

Division of Vascular and Laser Surgery 

and 

Joaquin Sariego, M.D. 

Associate Director of General 

Surgery Residency Program 



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 IS. Bosacco, M.D. 

Craig L. Isralite, M.D. 




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BEST WISHES 

Vitale Apothecary 

Broad & Vine 

Philadelphia, PA 19107 




BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1994 






BEST OF LUCK 

TO THE NEW GRADUATES 

FROM 

THE DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Henry Rosenberg, M.D., Chairman 
Faculty 



Jonathan Abrams, M.D. 
Joel Bennette, D.D.S., M.D. 
Joan Carroll, M.D. 
Lawrence Collins, D.D. 
Pietro Colonna-Romano, M.D. 
Seth Fisher, M.D. 
Jeffery Fletcher, Ph. D. 
Jan Horrow, M.D. 
M. Mehdi Keykhah, M.D. . 
Wilhelmina Korevaar, M.D. 
Jerry Levitt, M.D. 



Nagaraj Lingaraju, M.D. 
Shery el Martin, M.D. 
Samuel Metz, M.D. 
Gary Okum, M.D. 
Ruby Padolina, M.D. 
Jonathan Par met, M.D. 
Gregory Pharo, D. O. 
David Seitman, M.D. 
John Shutack, M.D. 
Peter Sperandio, M.D. 
Robert Storella, Ph.D. 
Daniel Van Riper, M.D. 



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BEST WISHES 
FROM 

JOEL J. ROSLYN, M.D, 

Professor & Chairman 

And 

The Faculty & Staff 

Department of Surgery 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1994 

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. 



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DEPARTMENT 

OF 
BIOLOGICAL 
CHEMISTRY 



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Things I'm Doing In 1994 



Stop Eating at Le Bee Fin 
Because My Food and Prices Are Better 

Enter My Moussaka Recipe In 
The Guinness Book of World Records 

;erve Baklava As Fresh As Our Waitresses 

Serve Great Food At Insane Prices 

Don't Miss Our $4.95 
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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 




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Congratulations 
Class of 1994 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PHARMACOLOGY 



COISGRA TULA TIONS 

From The 

DEPARTMENT OF 
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Psychiatry 

Psychology 

Professional Degree Programs 

Mental Health Technology Programs 



Arthur T. Meyerson, Chairman 






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CONGRA TULA TIONS 

AND BEST WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OF 1994 




FROM 
CROZERCHESTER MEDICAL 

CENTER 



James E. Clark, M.D., F.A.C.P. 

Chairman, Department Of Medicine And 

Director Of Medical Education 



One Medical Center Blvd. 

Upland, Pennsylvania 19013 

(215) 874-6600 



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SUCCESS" 




d^-Steven Brown, M.D,. 
Simin Dadparvar, M.D. 
' ' .'Jeffrey Damsker, M.D**\ 
Ik. *i~ .Jorge Breire, M.D. v £*, * A f ; . 





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Curtis Miyamoto, M.D 

William Serber, M.D. 
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Gain a full spectrum of experience through the wide variety of clinical pathology diagnosed and 
treated at Easton Hospital's state-of-the-art Lehigh Valley facility. An affiliate of Hahnemann 
University School of Medicine, Easton Hospital has a lot to offer! 

Residencies 

Internal Medicine, Surgery, Transitional Year, Family Practice (affiliated with Sacred Heart Hospital) 

Advantages 

• "Hands-on" experience with the latest technology. 

• Direct participation in clinical and bench research. 

• Real decision-making responsibility and authority for patient care. 

• A smaller city setting with extensive ancillary support, low crime, 
and cultural amenities. 

• Outstanding fellowship & practice opportunities 

For more information, contact the Director of the Department of Medicine, Dr. Kenneth Wildrick 
(6/0-250-40/3) or Dr. Jay Fisher, Program Director Surgery Residency (610-250-4014). 




EASTON 

HOSPITAL 

A member of Valley Health 




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Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 

1994 

from the 
Office of the 
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HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



Welcomes and Congratulates 

the 
Class of 1 994 



Best of Luck and 

Much Success in 

Your Medical Careers 



1993-1994 School of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Trustees 



Horst Agerty, M.D. '34 
Arnold Berman, M.D. '65 
Thomas Bonekemper, M.D. '69 
Elizabeth Brown, M.D. '45 
Stanley H. Bushkoff, M.D. '57 
Charles Cameron, M.D. '35 
Francine Camilla-Butler, M.D. 
Leon 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 
Richard Gambescia, M.D. '71 
Alexis Harvey, M.D. '85 



Alan Heilpern, M.D. '80 
Lawrence Karasic, M.D. '60 
Alan Kellerman, M.D. '62 
Gary Kirchner, M.D. '59 
Karl Koiwai, M.D. '47 
Peter Lambrou, M.D. '78 
'63 John Lucey, M.D. '70 

Catherine Manno, M. D. '78 
Joseph Marcarelli, M.D. '54 
Joseph Marconis, M.D. '42 
Stephen Matarazzo, M.D. '71 
Drew McCaus land, M.D. '69 
Edwin Messey, M.D. '59 
Pasquale Procacci, M.D. '69 



Michael Pushkarewicz, M.D. '83 
Morton Rubinstein, M.D. '61 
Demetrius Saris, M.D. '50 
Martin Savilz, M.D. '69 
John Schantz, M.D. '71 
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. 
Melvin Tonkon, M.D. '69 
Suzanne Zarro, M.D. '78 
Thomas Zaydon, Jr., M.D. 



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Hahnemann 
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Richard L. Spielvogel, M.D. 

Professor & Acting Chairman 

Department of Medicine, and 

Director, Division of Dermatology 



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