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From the Library of 

John C McDonald, MD 











Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/pulse198816lsum 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



OPENING 4 



SPECIAL TIMES AND EVENTS 20 



ORGANIZATIONS 48 



FUN 62 



FACULTY 79 



CLASSES 97 



SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES 144 



SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH I5S 



OUR FRIENDS 170 





William T. McElroy, Jr., Ph.D. 

Dr. McElroy loved this school above everything else in his life. Each day he spent here 
was a day doing what he considered to be the best of all jobs. 

He took great pride in knowing - usually by first name and hometown - all the students 
and how they were doing. Returning graduates headed for his office to visit and report on 
their experiences. And they got in return his complete attention and recognition. 

Dr. McElroy died Thursday, November 3, 1988, at Schumpert Hospital after a lengthy 
illness. He was Associate Dean of Admissions, former Associate Dean of Student Affairs, 
and Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at LSU Medical Center School of Medicine in 
Shreveport. 

Dr. McElroy was born in Shreveport and was a graduate of Byrd High School. He was 
the son of longtime Shreveport residents William T. and Effie Shaw McElroy. He served 
three and one-half years in the Medical Corps of the U.S. Navy, in various actions in the 
Pacific Theatre during World War II. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from LSU 
in 1949, and was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. In 1954 he was awarded his Masters 
degree in Physiology under Dr. Maurice Visscher at the University of Minnesota Medical 
School and received his Doctorate in Physiology from Stanford University in 1958. 

Dr. McElroy left his position as Associate Professor of Physiology, Hahnemann Medical 
College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and returned to Shreveport in 1967 to accept a 
position as Associate Professor of Physiology and Biophysics and appointment as Assis- 
tant Dean of Student Affairs at the then fledgling LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport. 
He then became part of the original group which helped organize and turn the concept of 
the school into a reality. Dr. McElroy was also honored to have had the privilege of being 
among the school's founders. He considered that and his ongoing role with the school as 
his life's most meaningful accomplishments. Dr. McElroy chaired the school's Committee 
of Admissions and Student Affairs, beginning in 1968 and 1969, respectively, and became 
Professor of Physiology and Biophysics in 1970, and Associate Dean of Student Affairs in 
1972. He held a number of distinguished appointments including Honors Fellow at Stanford 
and Fellowships from the American Physiological Society, which designated him Profes- 
sor Emeritus. His other memberships included the American Federation for Clinical 
Research, the American Medical Society and the Shreveport Medical Society. Dr. McEl- 
roy also published numerous research papers in basic science studies on heart and 
circulation, respiration and metabolism. His other interests included music, history and 
fine arts. 



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REGISTRATION 

Summer is over - and so are the relaxing, pro- 
crastination filled days when Registration day 
at LSUMC arrives. Although students must wait 
in lines to fill out numerous forms, write checks 
which put them in debt, and take unwanted 
photographs, it is always refreshing to see old 
and new faces at registration. This day marks 
the beginning of a new year in which to excell, 
to set higher goals, and to experience the chal- 
lenge of new techniques and knowledge. 




20 • Registration 











Registration • 21 



FAMILY DAY 



Family Day .... the day when our fam- 
ily and friends get a peak at the life we 
claim to live and allow to consume all of 
our time. Okay, so most of us don't tell 
them that we occasionally escape the 
boundries of LSUMC to the real world. 
But then, how would they truly appreci- 
ate our dilemma. Students from all 



classes participated in this Family Day. 
We let our guests know some of the 
projects of our student organizations; 
we showed them what and where we 
learned; and we let them see how we 
viewed our residents, our hospital staff, 
and ourselves. 





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CASINO PARTY 



The sound of chips hitting the 
table, rolls of money passing 
hands, crowds of gamblers 
dressed to kill - these are the 
sights and sounds of the 
LSUMC Annual Casino Party. 
Blackjack tables were filled 
with participants trying to 
beat the house. Music by "Ra- 
zor" entertained those whose 
luck had run out. All in all, Lady 
Luck had a hand in the night's 
success, and success was the 
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CHRISTMAS PARTY 



As the Christmas holiday 
neared, time for relaxation 
and renewal was soon to come 
to the students and staff of 
LSUMC. One of the highlights 
of the season was the Annual 
Christmas Party. All that glit- 
tered and glowed filled the 
Civic Center as we enjoyed 
music by "Topcats". It was a 
night for anticipation of the 
upcoming advent season and a 
brief sigh of relief from the 
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THE ICE STORM 

Students are always looking for a reason 
to miss or skip school and in February of 
1988, the students received their wish. 
One dreary night, rain began to drizzle 
down as the temperatures slowly dipped 
below freezing. The blanket of rain on the 
streets froze into a blanket of ice. Snow 
began to fall - the first in years, - and 
thoughts were turned from BIOCHEMIS- 
TRY, ANATOMY, AND PATHOLOGY to 
snowmen, fireplaces, and hot chocolate. 
Although classes were not canceled, few 
students were able to get to school be- 
cause of the hazardous driving condi- 
tions. The frozen weather brought a 
warm sigh of relief to the student body. 








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For a few years, Woodrow Street has always been the 
hot spot for medical student entertainment. There is 
one particular house which has earned the name "The 
Party House" and has kept the reputation. From year to 
year, various theme parties have been held at this 
nostalgic location. Whether a "toga party" or the 
"bring a stranger" party, each event proved to be a 
spectacle in itself. As those who are familiar with this 
place finish their studies and graduate to bigger and 
better things, there will always be a spot in their mem- 
ory of the "Party House". 






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CADAVER BALL 



That long awaited day had 
come at last — the end of our 
anatomy course. And now, it was 
time to celebrate. Time to vent 
our anger and frustrations at 
both ourselves and our profes- 
sors. Time to abuse those who 
had abused us for so long (of 
course, we may have abused 
them more than they actually de- 
served) And most importantly, 
time to relax and enjoy ourselves 
completely without guilt. We 
danced, drank, visited with 
friends, and watched skits until 
the party ended. And then, we 
walked down the street to dance 
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PATH ROAST 

It is always a good experience for the 
students to work with a group of pro- 
fessors who are not only teachers, but 
also friends. The Pathology depart- 
ment proved to be both to the Sopho- 
more Class. After long hours of lecture 
and lab, after endless minutes at the 
microscope, and after pages of exam 
questions, the students and Pathology 
staff celebrate. Dancing to Kenny Bill 
Stinson and drinking beer aided in the 
revelry celebrating the end of pathol 
ogy. The entire Pathology department 
participated — Dr. Grafton sang with 
the band as Dr. Gonzales filmed the 
event. It was a fine way to end a con- 
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Pathology Roast • 37 



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TIGER TROT 








The LSUMC annual Tiger Trot has always been an awaited event in the spring. 
Much preparation and planning goes into the event and aid from the Red River 
Runners Association helps the event run smoothly. Participants come from all 
over to run in the 5K or IOK races and even young children participate in the 
one mile fun run. Tiger Trot shirts, trophies, gatorade, and bananas are all 
given to those who run or place. At the end of the race, all is over — until next 
year. 



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Males 


Females 


5K overall 


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Steve Barron 


Sandy Triplett 




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Danny Jobe 


Amy House 


12-under 


1 


Gene Schwalen 


Kristen Payne 




2 


Chris McFerren 


Tiffany Farrar 


13-18 


1 


Chris Stevens 






2 


Chris Burns 


Jodi Yelverton 


19-29 


1 


Scott Murphy 


Renee Gray 




2 


Jim Rabalais 


Vickie McHalffey 


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1 


Brian Smith 


Delores Martin 




2 


Randy Nelson 


Carole Thompson 


40-49 


1 


Charlie Viers 


Gwen Sprandel 




2 


Stephen Gehrig 


Marie Caskey 


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1 


Carroll Hardy 


Maxine Hutchinson 




2 


Marvin Engeles 




IOK overall 


1 


Mario Plaza Jr. 


Barbara McQuiller 




2 


Patrick Davenport 


Mary Mettenbrink 


12-under 


1 


Richard Yates 






2 


Toby Yates 




13-18 


1 


Mark Balcerzak 


Margaret Vegh 




2 


Jason Burns 


Penny Megison 


19-29 


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Peter Bryant 


Nancy Clark 




2 


Sam Ed Jenkin 


Sydney Olawsen 


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David Woodard 


Sue Sharp 




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Jerry Marler 


Gail Masters 


40-49 


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Wayne Roper 






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Carl Galloway 




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Bob Walker 


Congratulations 




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B.D. McKeller 






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Tiger Trot • 41 



CRAWFISH BOIL 



Spring at LSUMC brings time for many events, 
one of which is a school tradition. The annual 
Crawfish Boil held at Champion lake involved 
students, residents, and staff. Entire families 
come out to enjoy the spicy, hot crawfish with 
all the fixins. Whether rain of shine, mouths 
will always water in anticipation of the spring 
"Crawdad Boil". 




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Crawfish Boil • 43 



GRADUATION 
1988 



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tunities offered for fulfillment in other areas. One 
of these organizations is the BSU. Throughout the 
year, BSU has a weekly lunch and participants are 
invited to listen to inspirational speakers. In April, 
the BSU traveled to Breckinridge for snow-skiing 
and winter revivement. Through the inspiration 
of the members and guest speakers associated 
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BSU • 51 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



The LSUMC-S Executive Council of the Student Body is composed of repre- 
sentatives from the Schools of Medicine, Graduate Studies, and Allied Health 
Professions. It is the primary governing body of the student union, student 
exercise room, and student lounge. It also sponsors the major social events 
(Casino Party, Christmas Party, and Crawfish Boil) and athletic events (Golf 
and tennis tournaments, intramural sports, and Tiger Trot) for the student 
body. 

This year was one of extreme success for the Executive Council: "Family 
Day" an Executive Council sponsored event, attracted more than 600 friends 
and family members to our campus to see what we do on a day-to-day basis-, 
"Tiger Trot" finally generated a profit; There were more TGIF'S than ever 
before; The student union acquired a technologically advanced alarm system 
(after it was broken into!)-, students were assured of a more exclusive use of 
their exercise room and lounge via the installation of a "card access system" 
for those areas; And, of course, thousands of dollars were appropriated so 
students and their guests could eat, drink, and be merry at our major parties. 

The success of Executive Council can, in large, part, be attributed to the 
undying efforts of its wonderful student activities secretary, Charlotte Sin- 
gleton. Charlotte spends long hours insuring the success of not only every 
special function, but also a day-to-day operation of our activities. 

It is appropriate to pay special thanks to the outgoing Executive Council 
President, Ray Germany. Under Ray's leadership of the last three years, 
LSUMC-S students have witnessed the opening of the union, and the exercise 
room, and the enclosure of the lounge. Dr. Germany has also assured the 
success of countless services which students now enjoy. We wish him luck in 
his future endeavors. 
Bryan Sibley 



52 • Executive Council 




Executive Council • 53 




PULSE 







The work of a year (and sometimes a little longer) is poured 
into 184 pages of memories. Many hours are spent with the 
pictures of our classmates trying to get them in just the "right" 
order on just the "right" page, . . . and probably even more time 
trying to get into the yearbook room on a night when two or 
more people were free simultaneously. But through all impossi- 
bilities and any delay, Charlotte kept us going. It wasn't an easy 
job, and only a few are brave enough to take part, but we did 
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Charles E Roemer. Ill 

Governor . 




Susan Screws 

Assistant Hospital 

Administrator 




Joe Miciotto 

Associate Hospital 
Administrator 




R W Savell 
Physical Plant 



James R Bardsley. Ph D 

Assistant Dean (or Plans 
and Programs 




Harold White 

Assistant Vice-Chancellor 
Business 



Leonard I. Goldman. M.D. 

Continuing Medical 

Education 




Samuel E. Shomer 

Academic Administration 




Perry G Rigby. MD 
Chancellor 






F Scott Kennedy. PhD 
Coordinator o( Admissions 




Nancy Rodwell 
Student Financial Aid 




Carol Paquette 
Director of Budgets 




Gary Harkey 
Director of Accounting 




Elaine T. King 

Information Service 




Ike Muslow. M.D 
Vice-Chancellor 




William Sodeman. M.D. 
Associate Dean for 
Academic Affairs 




Dick Chandler 

Director of Purchasing 




John H Allen. Ph D 

Student Affairs 




Dennis A Pernotto. Ph.D. 
Medical Communications 




Paltie Van Hook. M.D 

Coordinator tor Student 

Health 







Darryl M Williams. MD 
Dean 




Judy Austin 
Associate Registrar 




A. J. Varner 

Assistant Hospital 

Administrator 




Gene L Hammett 
Hospital Administrator 




William T. McElroy. Jr.. 
PhD 

Admissions 




Robert R. Graves 

Executive Assistant to the 
Dean 




Danny Edwards 

Assistant Hospital 

Administrator 




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Faculty • 81 



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Richard Courtney. Ph D 
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Sidney R. Grimes. Jr . 
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Univ. of N Carolina 






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Davit S. Grots. Ph.D. 
Univ. of Colorado 






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Lee Bairnsfalher. Ph D 
Director-Academic 

Computing 



Ralph J Henderson. Jr.. 

PhD 
Univ. of Texas Galveston 



Tina M Henkin. Ph D. 

University of Wisconsin- 
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Guilford G Rudolph. Ph D 
Univ of Utah 




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Purdue University 




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Univ of Illinois Urbana 




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Univ. of Tennessee 




John W Wills. Ph P 

University of Tennessee- 

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Univ. of Missouri-Columbia 



Terry Davis. PhD 

Fielding Institute 

California 







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Ruby Jean Hunter. M.D. 
Univ. of Arkansas 



Michael Lewis. M.S.W 
I SU Baton Rouge 






Suzanne Taylor. M.D. 
LSUMC-Shreveport 



Herbert D Tucker. M.D. 

LSUMC-New Orleans 



D Anne Turner. M.S.*. 
LSU-Baton Rouge 



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Kenneth Abreo. M.D 
Bombay University. India 



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William McD Anderson. M.D 
Eastern Virginia Medical 




Helen G Armstrong. M.D. 
Emory University 




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Bruce R. Bacon. M.D. 

Case Western Reserve 

Univ. Ohio 




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Timothy Byrnes. M D 

Univ. of Maryland 




Henry G Hanley. M.D 
Yale University 



Ronald S. Lambert. M D 
LSUMC Shreveport 



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Glenn Morris Mills. MP 
Univ. of Mississippi 




Bruce Baethge. M.D. 
Southwestern-Dallas 




Tien Chen. M.D 
Chung Shan M.C. 




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Liaquat M.C -Pakistan 




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New York University 



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LSUMC New Orleans 




Joyce Redelzki. MP 
Univ. of Tevas 



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Michael Bowcn. M.D. 
Univ. o( S. Carolina 




Steven A. Conrad. M.D.. 

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LSUMC Shreveport 




Stephen Kilpalrick. M.D. 
LSU-New Orleans 




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Larry leyter. M.D. 
LSUMC New Orleans 




Catherine Netchvolodoff. 

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Univ. o( Tennessee 




Larry E Slay. M.C. 
Tulane University 




Richard D Maca. M.D 
Univ. of Nebraska 




Gary Nichols. M.D. 
Univ. of Kansas 




Virginia W. Small. M.D. 
LSUMCShreveport 



Kundan L. Manocha, 
D.T.M.H. 

London 



Daniel H. Mattson. M.D. 
Univ. of Tennessee 






D.Keith Payne. M.D. 
U. of Texas-Galveston 



Robert L. Penn. M.D. 
SUNY-Buffalo 





C. Pratap Reddy. M.D. 
Osmania M.C. -India 







J. Abra Watkins. Ph.D. 
Univ. of Arizona 



Burton C. West. M.D. 
Cornell University 



Paul R. Winder. M.D. 

Tulane University 



Robert E. Wolf. M.D.. 

Ph.D. 

Univ. of Texas 











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Larry J. Embree. M.D. 
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Andrew L. Chesson. M.D. 
Univ. of Texas Galveston 



Patricia Davis. M.D. 
Queen's Univ Canada 





Gwendolyn R Hogan 

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Univ of Virginia 




Farhat Husain. M D 

Dow Medical College- 
Pakistan 



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Washington University 




Horace E Thompson. M.D. 
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Peler S. Kapernick. M.D. 
Univ. of Oregon 



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G Gary Brooks. M.D 
LSUMC New Orleans 




John M Mailhes. Ph D 

Univ. of Tennessee 



Rose Brouillette. M.D 

LSUMC Shreveport 




Warren N. Otterson. M.D. 
Univ of Wisconsin 




George Chapman. M.D 
Howard University 




Callie Sexton. R.N.. CNM 
Univ. of Mississippi 




Sally E Cook. R.N.. CNM 
Univ. of Mississippi 




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LSUMC Shreveport 



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Albert Einstein Coll. of 

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Edwin C. Auguslat. M.D. 
LSU School of Medicine 




Randall Kirchner. M.D. 
LSU-New Orleans 



Karanjit S. Kooner. M.D. 

Dayanand Medical 

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Andrew A. Marino. Ph.D. 
Syracuse University 





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William A Byrd. M.D 
Tulane University 



Geoffrey W Garrett. M.D. 
Univ. of Texas 





Bruce C. Henderson. M.C 
LSUMC-Shreveport 



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Univ of Texas 



James E. Lusk. M.D. 
Tulane University 



Alan Richards M.D 
Univ. of Texas 




Richard E McCall. M.D. 

Tulane University 



Kalia K. Sadasivan. M.D. 

Columbia Univ. Coll. of 
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Subrata Saha. PhD 

Stanford University 



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ISUMC Shreveport 




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U of Miami School of 

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U. of Indiana School of 

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Tulane University 



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Topiwala National Medical 

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LSUMC New Orleans 




Warren P Grafton, MP 
LSUMC New Orleans 



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Raghunath P Misra, MP. 

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Calcutta University 




George Acton. M.D 

Tulane University 




Herb Goad. MS 

Central Michigan 
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R leroy Little. MP 

LSUMC New Orleans 



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Airlangga U Indonesia 



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Univ o( Vienna 




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Enrique Gonzalez. M.D 
Javenana U Columbia 









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LSU Baton Rouge 












Ronald Silberman. Ph D 

University of Maryland 
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LSUMC New Orleans 



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Kenneth E McMarlin. 
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Univ of Iowa 



Gary W Everson. Pharm D 

Univ ol South California 






Helmut M Redelzki. M.D 
Univ of Hamburg 



John J Stewart. PhD 
Univ of Wisconsin 



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Tulane University 








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LSUMC Shreveporl 


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Indiana University 


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Indiana University 




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Ohio State University 




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Matthew B. Griiham. Ph.D. 

Texas Tech Univ. Health 

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Harod D. Battarbee. PhD 

Baylor College of 
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Ronald J. Korthuis. Ph.D. 

Michigan State Univ. -East 
Lansing 




Joseph N. Benoit. Ph.D. 

Univ. of S. Alabama Coll 

of Med. -Mobile 




Peter R Kvietys. Ph D 
Michigan State University 




Isaac I. H Chen. Ph D 

North Carolina State Univ. 




Patrick Tso. Ph.D. 

Univ. of Western 
Australia Nedlands 




Tomas C. Welbourne. Ph.D. 
Univ of Tennessee 



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Federico Ampil M D 

Univ of Santo Totnas 



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Gunnar Cederbom M D 
Univ. of Goteborg. Sweden 




Peter Meyers. M D. 
Tulane University 





Ratna Datta Ph D 
Univ of Calcutta 




Vishan Giyanani. M D 
8ombay University 




George R Grimes. M D 
Temple University 




Linda A Nail. M.D. 
Univ. of Arkansas 










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H Richard Parvey. M.D. 

Medical College of 
Wisconsin 



Siddhi Shah. M D 

Muni Medical School India 



Justin J Wolfson. M.D. 
Univ. of Nebraska 



Mary J. Wood. M.D. 
Univ. of Arkansas 



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Kevin Barren. M D 

Univ. of Texas 



Edward Benzel. M.D. 

Medical college of 

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Jessica B. Campbell. M D 
Johns Hopkins University 



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Univ. of Maryland 



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Jane M Eggerstedl. M.D 

Loyola University Medical Center 
Stritch School of Medicine 



Frank Celder. Ph D 

Ohio Stale University 







Oliver Lee Keslerson. M.D 

Univ of Texas- 
Southwestern 



Michael D. Landreneau. 
MD 

LSUMC -New Orleans 



Don M. Morris. M.D. 

Univ. of Texas-Austin 





Michael S. Rohr. M.D, 

PhD 

Tulane University 



William V Spires. M.D 
LSUMc-Shreveport 



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Tulane University 




Louise Jacobbi. A.A.S. 
State University-New Yo 




Travis J. Phifer. M.D. 
LSUMC Shreveport 




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James S. Wade. M.D. 
LSU-New Orleans 




John A Mala. M.D 

Northwestern Univ. 

Chicago 




STUDENTS 



SOPHOMORES 



JUNIORS 





Students • 97 



SENIORS 






Mitra M. Ahrabi. M.D. 

Univ of Texas Med School Houston 
Pediatrics 

Edward Askew, M.D. 

Ochsner Foundation LA 
Internal Medicine 

A. Michael Aura, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Susan M. Bankston. M.D. 

Earl k Long Mem Hosp LA 
Pediatrics 



Rayland K. Beurlot, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 

Leslie A. Blake. M.D. 

Cambridge Hosp MA 
Internal Medicine 

Ann F. Boudreaux, M.D. 

Henry Ford Hosp Ml 
Emergency Medicine 

John B. Carlin, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 



David R. Carver, M.D. 

Earl k Long Mem. Hosp. LA 
Family Prasctice 

Robert T. Casanova, Jr., M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 

Percy T. Causey, Jr., M.D. 

Baptist Memorial TN 
Internal Medicine 

Harold G. Clausen, Jr., M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 



Nancy E. Clearkin, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Anesthesiology 

Davis S. Dawes, M.D. 

Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Med. 
Psychiatry 

James B. Deville, M.D. 

Baylor College of Med. Houston 
Internal Medicine 

Kerwin J. Fontenot, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 



Colleen C. Fuller, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Susan Futayyeh, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Transitional 

Thomas R. Gates, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Diagnostic Radiology 

Christopher A. Gayle, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 




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Raymond D. Germany, Jr., 
M.D. 

LSU Shreveporl 
Urology 

John K. Granger, M.D. 

Univ of Arkansas for Med Sci. 
Pathology 

Gregory R. Green, M.D. 

Univ. of Texas Med School Houston 
Family Practice 

Robert D. Greenberg, M.D. 

Univ. of Cincinnati Hosp.-OH 
Emergency Medicine 



Deborah L. Harrell, M.D. 

Baylor Univ Med Ctr Dallas 
Internal Medicine Pre 

Robert D. Haskins, M.D. 

LSU Shreveporl 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Melanie J. Helms, M.D. 

Deaconess Hospital-MO 
Transitional 

Stephen H. Hennigan, M.D. 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock-NH 
Internal Medicine 



Gregory M. Hoffpauir, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 

Robert C. Holladay, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Janie E. Holt, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Pediatrics 

Steven E. Holt, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 



Lisa L. Jones, M.D. 

St. Joseph Hosp. TX 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Charles B. Joyce, Jr., M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Sue J. Jue, M.D. 

Univ. of Arkansas for Med. Sci. 
Pediatrics 

Dwayne Keller, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 



Robin E. Kilpatrick, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Ellen M. Lancon, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Pediatrics 

Charles H. Lawler. M.D. 

Univ. of Arkansas for Med. Sci. 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Morgan P. Lorio, M.D. 

SUNY AB Med Dent. Ed. Cons. 
Surgery 



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SENIORS 



Robert F. Marshall, M.D. 

Dr. Walter O. Moss Reg. -LA 
Family Practice 

Anthony D. McBride, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Transitional 

Christopher M. McCanless, 
M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Catrell J. McCulloch, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Pediatrics 



James B. McGee, M.D. 

Jacksonville Health/Univ of FL 
Internal Medicine 

Jill B. Moffett, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Thomas J. Montgomery, M.D. 

Univ Hosp Jackson. MS 
Orthopaedic Surgery 

Paula D. Moore, M.D. 

Baptist Med. Ctr.-AL 
Internal Medicine 



William H. Morrison, M.D. 

Univ of Arkansas for Med Sci 
Family Practice 

Kevin W. Murphy, M.D. 

Dr Walter O. Moss Reg -LA 
Family Practice 

Carl C. Musgrove, M.D. 

E.A. Conway Mem. Hosp. -LA 
Family Practice 

Steven C. North, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 



Reynard C. Odenheimer, 
M.D. 

Earl K. Long Mem. Hosp. -LA 
Internal Medicine 

Robert E. Oliver, M.D. 

Lhatta Umt-Univ. of TN College of Med. 
Surgery-Pre. 

Thomas E. O'Mara, Jr., M.D. 

Good Samaritan-Phoenix 
Internal Medicine-Pre. 

Joseph P. Orsulak, M.D. 

Univ. of Arkansas for Med. Sci. 
Family Practice 



Abhinand V. Peddada, M.D. 

Methodist Hosp. Dallas 
Internal Medicine 

Jeffrey G. Penfield, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Transitional 

Fred H. Petty, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

John B. Pope, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Family Practice 




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Leticia A. Poret, M.D. 

Bexar Ct. Hosp San Antonio 
Internal Medicine 

Neill C. Porter, M.D. 

Univ of Texas Med Branch Galveston 
Internal Medicine-Pre 

Mark P. Posner, M.D. 

Univ. of Missouri-Columbia 
Surgery-Pre 

Allen H. Redding, M.D. 

Med. College of Virginia 
Internal Medicine-Pre 



Vernon K. Rhynes, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Surgery 

Michael W. Roppolo, M.D. 

Univ of Arkansas for Med So 
Internal Medicine 

Cheryl T. Russell, M.D. 

Carraway Meth. Med. Ctr.-AL 
Internal Medicine 

Robert C. Russell, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 



Lyndall P. Saadat, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Pediatrics 

Darrell B. Sandifer, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
OBstetncs/Gynecology 

H. David Sanusi, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Anesthesiology 

John S. Sardisco, M.D. 

Ochsner Foundation-LA 
Pediatrics 



Gregory S. Seal, M.D. 

USAF Wilford Hall-San Antonio 
Psychiatry 

Milton M. Slocum, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 

Surgery 

Curtis J. Solar, M.D. 

St. Louis Univ. Hosp. -Mo 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Christopher R. Swayze, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Anesthesiology 



Joseph M. Tarpley, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Kelly A. Turk, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Frederic E. Vanbastelaer, 
M.D. 

Indiana Univ Med. Ctr. 
Pathology 

Hilary S. Watson, M.D. 

Scott S White Texas A&M 
Surgery 



Seniors • 101 



SENIORS 



Robert B. Wells, M.D. 

Baylor Univ Med Ctr -Dallas 
Pathology 

Randall G. White. M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Internal Medicine 

Norman B. Williams, M.D. 

E.A Conway Mem. Hosp -LA 
Family Practice 



Fred S. Willis, Jr., M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
Transitional 

Paul S. Wilson, M.D. 

LSU-Shreveport 
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Terry Winkler, M.D. 

LSU Shreveport 
Transitional 




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FAMILY 



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Jill and Tim Moffett 



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Susan and Ickey Biddle 



Amy and Paul 




Kamal and Saraya Nicole 



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Family Album • 103 










Allen and Nancy 



Faith. Steve and Jacob 
With Lance and Sally 



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Linda and Mark 



Bobby and Julie 





Milton and Nina 




Bob 



Robin and Hal 

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Leslie. David and Taylor 



Kevin and Kelly 




Family Album • 105 




Mitra and Greg 




Deborah and Anthony 



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Robin and Darrell 



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Neill, Amy, Bart and Linda 




Fred and William 



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Janie and Steve 



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Greg. Lisa. John, David and Joshua 



Paul and Colleen 




Wendy and Chris 



Chris and Sandy 



Laurie. Bntini and Robert 



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Tom. Sheryl. Rare Luck and Cuddles 



Brian. Kelly and Drew 



Bart, Tom and Neill 





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JUNIORS 



The MSIII Experience 

Most all of us welcomed the advent of our clinical years 
with open arms, possibly because the human animal is basi- 
cally opportunistic, but probably because many of us hold a 
very distorted perception of the implications of leaving the 
sanctuary of the much reviled classroom environment. Obvi- 
ously, there was tremendous potential for "adjustment anxi- 
ety" when we, as a group, "hit" the hospital (or vice versa), 
but soon the seemingly pot-holed road to graduation 
smoothed and we learned to sit back and enjoy the ride. This 
journey would not be a lonely one ; the comrades with whom 
we would share the "MSIII Experience" would help transform 
this year's events into lasting memories, if not fond ones. 

There were so many "firsts". Remember the first "chew- 
ing out" by the attending? How about that first lumbar punc- 
ture you got just as your intern asked to take over, or what 
about your first schizophrenic patient with whom you were 
afraid to be in the same room? Personally, I will remember 
fondly being referred to as "bub" by the residents and as 
"doc" by the unknowing patients, and I think everyone will 
swell with pride when reminiscing their first solo delivery. 
The list of experiences goes on, one hurdle after another, 
gaining more knowledge and confidence and better judge- 
ment with each stride until, suddenly, one day, you can 
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Northeast Louisiana 
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Jeanne F. Attrep 
Louisiana Tech University 
William N. Ball, Jr. 
LSU Shreveport 
Gray W. Barrow 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Richard R. Battey 
University of Hawaii-Manoa 





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University of Southern 
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William S. Bell 

Mississippi State University 
Robert N. Blanchard 
Louisiana Tech University 
James J. Blount, III 
Southeastern Louisiana 
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Marcia L. Bowers 
LSU Baton Rouge 




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Mary M. Braud 

Nicholls State University 
Edward L. Brewer, III 
University of Nebraska- 
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Toby D. Broussard 

LSU Baton Rouge 
Eli L. Brown 
Tulane University 
Gregory J. Brown 
Centenary College 



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William S. Bundrick. Jr. 
Louisiana Tech University 



William B. Calhoun 
LSU Baton Rouge 




Mark E. Clawson 

LSU Shreveport 

Susan E. Cocke 

Duke University 

Paul G. Cole 

University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 



Stephen P. Courtney 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Hai V. Dang 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Thomas C. Dansby, Jr. 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

John A. Demopulos 

Baylor University 

Byron C. Dickerson 
Louisiana Tech University 

Alan K. Duncan 

LSU Shreveport 

Gregory Duplechain 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Timothy S. Fournet 

LSU Baton Rouge 

John A. Fritchie 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Josephine M. Futrell, 
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■1 University of Arkansas 

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LSU Baton Rouge 

William G. Gates 

Northeast Louisiana 
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Linda A. Goodrum 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Patricia R. Griffin 
LSU Shreveport 
Armand C. Grimshaw 
Louisiana Tech University 



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Rita Y. Horton 
LSU Shreveport 



Kathleen B. Hudson 
McNeese State University 
James C. Jeffery 
Louisiana Tech University 
Brian B. Johnson 
Louisiana Tech University 





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Kathryn K. Kennedy 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Prabhakar P. Kesava 

LSU Shreveport 

Timothy C. Keys 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Marcellus E. LaHaye 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Donald F. Langenbeck, 

Jr. 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Peter S. Latino, III 

University of New Orleans 

Ladislas Lazaro, IV 

LSU Eunice 

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Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Mark Lorenzato 

University of California-Santa 

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Melissa L. Lynn 

Northeast Louisiana 

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David C. McAlpine 
LSU Baton Rouge 



John D. McCain 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Michael A. McKay 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Rand S. Metoyer 

Xavier University 



Michael W. Miguez 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Brent L. Millet 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Jean M. Moresi 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Robert J. Morris 

LSU Shreveport 

William A. Morris 

John Brown University 

Lawrence Mosley 

LSU Shreveport 

Ross B. Nelson, III 

Vanderbilt University 

Kurt Olinde 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Allan T. Parr, Jr. 
Louisiana College 
Anna L. Perry 

Louisiana College 





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Harvard University 

David N. Pippins 
Northeast Louisiana 
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Vicki J. Porter 
LSU Shreveport 
David T. Price 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Howard J. Raphael 

Xavier University 



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Fred L. Reed, Jr. 

University of California Irvine 

Todd M. Rice 

LSU Shreveport 
Randall R. Robbins 

University of New Orleans 

Robin F. Rogers 

LSU Shreveport 

Billy J. Rosson, Jr. 

Louisiana Tech University 
















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Pamela S. Saha 

Sanford University 

Stephen J. Schorr 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Bryan G. Sibley 
LSU Shreveport 



Suzanne D. Slayton 
Louisiana Tech University 
Anita M. Smith 
LSU Baton Rouge 
George B. Sonnier 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Christopher Spencer 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Danny J. Strange 
McNeese State University 



James P. Takara 

LSU Shreveport 

Pete J. Trinca 

University of Arkansas 

Gregory N. Vickers 

Texas A&M University 

Kelly E. White 

Northeast Louisiana University 

Deborah K. Williams 

LSU Baton Rouge 



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SOPHOMORES 



Remember the Freshman year, when everything was 
new and different? We made new friends and contin- 
ued the celebration of getting into medical school for 
an entire year. What a change the sophomore year was! 
We started out with O'Callaghan's "this baby-cakes is 
not, not, NOT ..." And who could forget Dr. Smith's 
incidence of TB in 1965 in London, England? From there 
we learned everything we always wanted to know 
about drugs, but were afraid to ask. Suddenly, we were 
in Medicine and Physical Diagnosis where we heard 
"Just learn the basic principles" and "Yeah, I've got 
V.D., doesn't everybody?" Despite the million pages of 
notes, we endured and it is with heavy hearts we sadly 
say good-bye to the eight hours of lecture a day and 
the hallowed lecture halls at LSUMC-S. 



Tim Acree 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Robert A. Ancker 

LSU New Orleans 

Mala S. Bakshi 

LSU Shreveport 

Todd Baquet 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Darren W. Barefield 

Northeast Louisiana 
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LSU Baton Rouge 
Wayne S. Barksdale 
Northeast Louisiana 
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Robert M. Be 
LSU New Orleans 
Christopher Belleau 
LSU Shreveport 
John R. Bloss 
LSU Baton Rouge 



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Paul V. Bondy 

LSU Baton Rouge 



Randal L. Boudreaux 

McNeese State University 



Randall L. Breaux 

LSU Baton Rouge 

William M. Bridges 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Susan Broussard 

Nicholls State University 




Brian Bulloch 

University of Arkansas- 
Monticello 

David Buttross 

McNeese State University 

Darrell J. Carmen 

Southern University-Baton 
Rouge 

Ed W. Carriere, Jr. 

Louisiana Tech University 

John C. Crosby 

Louisiana College 



Scott J. Daigle 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Michael D. Dileo 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Clarence Butch Dunn 

Louisiana Tech University 

Hazem A. Elariny 

LSU Shreveport 

Katherine K. Fames 

Duke University 






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Samuel R. Green 

Louisiana College 

Dale J. Guillory 

McNeese State University 

Dorothy V. Hayden 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Frederick D. Heard 

Louisiana College 

Leonard Hochstein 

LSU Shreveport 



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Brondwyn A. Holliway 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 



Steven A. Johnson 

Baylor University 



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Darlene M. Kennison 
McNeese State University 
Kimberly J. Kilgore 

Louisiana Tech University 

Samir M. Kulkarni 

LSU Baton Rouge 



Richard S. Laborde 

LSU Baton Rouge 

John A. Lancon 

University of Southwestern 

Louisiana 

Anne R. Loekett 

Washington University 

John V. Mansoor 
Louisiana College 
Mark E. Marsden 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Robert T. Martin 

University of Southern 

Arkansas 

Penny Megison 

LSU Shreveport 

Kenneth D. Miller 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Michael S. Milner 

Baylor University 

Alan L. Mitchell 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 



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Louisiana Tech University 



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LSU Medical Center- 

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Centenary College 

Greg Owens 

Louisiana Tech University 

Steven W. Pate 

Louisiana Tech University 




Allen R. Pearce 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Anuj V. Peddada 

Louisiana College 

Arvind V. Peddada 

Louisiana College 

Mark H. Peters 

Vanderbilt University 

Jolie G. Porter 

Louisiana Tech University 



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LSU Baton Rouge 

Scott E. Ritch 

Centenary College 

Patti Roland 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Garrett B. Ryder 

Baylor University 

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Centenary College 







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Northeast Louisiana 
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Ellen C. Shea 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Quinn A. Simien 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Michelle R. Simon 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Kevin D. Slusher 
LSU Shreveport 



Sophomores • 127 




Robert P. Spears 

LSU Shreveport 

Robert W. Stewart 

LSU Shreveport 

David C. Stout 

University of Mississippi 

John P. Straumanis 

University of Delaware 

Sandra A. Swayze 

Louisiana Tech University 



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University of Southern 
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Nicholls University 



Bridgett V. Thomas 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Jerry R. Thomas 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Stephen H. Thomas 
LSU Shreveport 



Ronald W. Tompkins 
LSU Shreveport 
Thomas H. Vreeland 
Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Stephen R. Wells 
Louisiana college 
Patrick T. Wheat 
Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Carole P. Wiggins 
Louisiana College 

Renee Willis 
Louisiana College 
Nicole F. Wolfe 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Jodi L. Yelverton 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Jodi L. Yelverton 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Nelson B. Yount 
University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 
Lauren F. Yrle 
LSU Baton Rouge 



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"They're out to get us!" or so we thought. But it 
was that attitude that brought together a 
roomful of strangers, tossed and turned them, 
stressed and distressed them. Somehow, in one 
year, that attitude took people from totally 
opposite ends of the spectrum, people who 
would have, under any other circumstances, 
not so much as offered a "hello" to one an- 
other, and forged bonds between them that go 
far beyond the realm of friendship, bonds to 
last a lifetime. 

But then we learned that we, too, could "get 
them back!" Scantily clad women appeared in 
the middte of Histo Lab, beach scenes found 
their way in Dr. DeSha's slide show, and cer- 
tain evaluations scorched. Cadaver Ball told 
the truth of our feelings toward our oppressors 
- will any of us ever forget the imitation of Dr. 
Penny? Speaking of whom, how cold was the 
lake at the Crawfish Boil, Doc? Yes, we learned. 
They taught us how to treat them right. They 
taught us their courses - well. Academically, 
ours was one of the highest scoring freshman 
classes the school has seen. And they taught us 
one extremely valuable lesson: when you get 
the chance. PARTY! 




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David Abdehou 

McNeese State University 

Jay Altick 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Beth Andries 

LSU-Shreveport 

John Areno 

Louisiana Tech University 

Steve Atchison 

LSU Baton Rouge 






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LSU-Baton Rouge 
Bryan Benbow 
Texas Christian University 
Jennette Bergstedt 
LSU-Shreveport 



Scott Bergstedt 
LSU-Shreveport 

Greg Bizette 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Michele Boatwright 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Thad Bourque 
University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 
Donna Bower 
University of New Orleans 



Alan Bowers 
LSU-Shreveport 
Steven Boyd 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Scot Brandner 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Mike Bruce 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Craig Buettner 
Centenary College 



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LSU-Baton Rouge 




Shelly Chatham 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 



Jon Cheek 

LSU Shreveport 

Joe Churchman 

McNeese State University 

James Cole 

LSU-Baton Rouge 



Neil Connor 

Louisiana Tech University 

Collins Coon 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Mark Cotter 

LSU-Shreveport 

Chris Courtney 

LSU Baton Rouge 
Todd Cowen 

LSU-Baton Rouge 



Jerome Danzell 

LSU Shreveport 

Karen Diamond 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Barbara Dixon 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Chris Domingue 

University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 
Ron Ennis 

LSU Shreveport 





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LSU-Baton Rouge 
Rusty Fileccia 

LSU-Baton Rouge 

Cindy Fodor 

LSU-Baton Rouge 
Coy Gammage 
Northwestern State 
University 
Marie Garrity 
LSU-Baton Rouge 



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Helena Gault 

Northeast Louisiana 

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Ken Gautier 

Louisiana Tech University 

Ravindra Goel 

LSU-Shreveport 

Robert Guillory 

University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 

Todd Guinn 
Northeast Louisiana 
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Louisiana Tech University 



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LSU-Baton Rouge 
Randy Heisser 
LSU-Baton Rouge 

Jonathan Henderson 

LSU-Baton Rouge 



Doug Hill 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Jeff Holladay 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Mike Holmes 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Michael Howard 
Southern University-Baton 
Rouge 
Vivek Khare 

LSU-Shreveport 



Troy Kramer 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Kirk Kramer 

University of Texas Medical 
Branch 

Scott Landry 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Stuart LeBas 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Jon Leleux 
LSU-Shreveport 



Freshmen • I 37 




Jon Liprie 
LSU-Shreveport 



Laura Lowther 

Louisiana Tech University 

Patti Luce 

LSU-Shreveport 
Mike Mahony 

McNeese State University 



David Marcantel 

LSU-Baton Rouge 

Dayna Massingale 

LSU-Baton Rouge 

Ann Morell 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Zina Neyland 

Xavier University 

Lam Nguyen 

University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 



Jack Norman 

LSU Baton Rouge 

Yolanda O'Rourke 

Dillard University 

Dot Orphe 

LSU-Baton Rouge 

Lawrence Al Patrick 

Northeast Louisiana 
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Jeff Pennell 

Baylor University 








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University of Southwestern 
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Tom Perkins 
LSU-Shreveport 
Peter Roy 
Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Yancey Peterson 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
David Phillips 
Louisiana Tech University 
Linda Prentice 
University of Southwestern 
Louisiana 

Rathmony Rama 

University of New Orleans 
Allyson Ray 

Vanderbilt University 

Gloria Ribas 

Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Richard Riggins 
Louisiana College 
Holly Rucker 
Centenary College 



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LSU-Baton Rouge 

Edward Schwartzenburg 

McNeese State University 

Susan Seiler-Smith 

Northeast Louisiana 

University 

Lisa Smart 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Andrew Simays 
LSU-Baton Rouge 




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Louisiana Tech University 
Scott Steiner 
Brigham Young University 
Bill St. Martin 
Nicholls State University 



Liz Strabel 
LSU-Shreveport 
Johnny Swiger 
LSU Baton Rouge 
Szu-wei Tu 
LSU-Shreveport 
Trey Tucker 
LSU-Shreveport 

Ted Vegh 

LSU-Baton Rouge 



Jeff Wallace 

LSU-Baton Rouge 
Joe Washburne 
Louisiana Tech University 
Stephen Wheat 
LSU-Baton Rouge 
Charles Whitaker 
Northeast Louisiana 
University 

Baron Williamson 
LSU-Baton Rouge 



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142 • Freshmen 




Freshmen • 143 



SCHOOL OF GRADUATE 
STUDIES 

For the unenlightened, graduate school is a mystery. It's hours of study to maintain the 
required 3.0. It's day and night in a lab, often alone, toiling over experiments. It's busting 
your tail for a degree that will pay less than working on the line at GM. Yes, it is insane, but 
for graduate students our insanity is also a gift that enables us to ask questions for which 
there are no answers yet. Our chosen profession may not make us rich, but the freedom it 
grants us to explore the limits of our intellectual capabilities makes us wealthy in the truest 
sense. 





144 • Graduate Studies 




Graduate Studies • 145 



ADMINISTRATION 






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Dean of Graduate Studies 



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Assistant Dean 





Nancy Burns 

Director of Academic Services 



Edith F. Pinkston 

Administrative Secretary 



Graduate Advisory Council 



Andrew Marino, Ph.D., Anatomy 
Robert Speeian, Ph.D., Anatomy 
John Wills, Ph.D., Biochemistry 
Richard Courtney, Ph.D., Biochemistry 
Dennis O'Callaghan, Ph.D., Microbiology 



John Staczek, Ph.D., Microbiology 
Nick Goeders, Ph.D., Pharmacology 
Kenneth McMartin, Ph.D., Pharmacology 
Neil Granger, Ph.D., Physiology 
Ron Kothuis, Ph.D., Physiology 



146 • Graduate Studies 



ANATOMY 




James McGarry 
Kailas Nandi 
Mary G. Oliver 
Khaled A. Radwan 



Anatomy • 147 



BIOCHEMISTRY 




Richard Courtney, Ph.D. 
Department Head 



Christopher Adams 

Paula Boerger 

Seewoo Lee 

David McNabb 




Robert Smith, Ph.D. 
Graduate Coordinator 




Paul Stafford 

Amy Tiedeman 

Dan Ware 

Robert Weldon 



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Jong Na 
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Steven Wolfe 
Charles Worsham 
Feng Yao 
Quan Zhu 



Biochemistry • 149 



MICROBIOLOGY 




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Dennis O'Callaghan, Ph.D. 
Department Head and 
Graduate Coordinator 



Luis Baez 



John Bush 

Clay Flowers 

Michael Gautreaux 

Ronald Harty 



John Staczek, Ph.D. 

Graduate Advisory Council 







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Boonyos Raengsakulrach 

Jan Richardson 

John Schatzle 

Patrick Smith 










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Catherine Breeden 






Michael Massey 
Glennda McGinnis 
Charles Nugent 
Michael Pendrak 




Richard Smith 
Teanna Staggs 
Ronald Stanley 
Venkata Yalamanchili 



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PHARMACOLOGY 




Charles Wood, Ph.D. 

Acting Department Head 



William Bates 
Kenneth Betzing 
Anslem D'Costa 



Bernard Eisenga 

Eun-Sun Jung 

Gary Kunsman 

Paula Schauwecker 




Kenneth McMartin, Ph.D. 

Graduate Coordinator 




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Karen Crissinger 
Werner Inauen 



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Balaji Tamarappoo 
Christoph Von Ritter 
Barbara Zimmerman 



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SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSION! 

ADMINISTRATION _ % 






CHILDRENS CENTER 



Stanley H Abadie. Ph D. 


Gordon H. Schuckers. 


Ann-Marie LeBlanc 


Brenda Geter 


Dean 


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Director-Student Affairs 


Administrative Assistant 



Clydie K Mitchell 

Director 

Associate Professor 

Beverly J Cogdell. M.A.. L.O.T.R. 

Occupational Therapy consultant 

J. Michael Cook. Ed D . CUE 

Assistant Professor 

Marlha G Gahagan. M Ed 

Evaluation Services Coordinator 

G Perry Hill. Ph D 

Psychologist 



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Pamela Marsalis Kimbrough M Ed 

Early Childhood Developmental 

Specialist 

Teresa Kincheloe. Ed D 

Regional Preschool Coordinator 

Mary Alice Hilton 

Clerical Staff 

Anita Vaughn 

Clerical Staff 

Mildred Daniels 

Clerical Staff 





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MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 



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Patricia Williams-Lumsden. Ph D 

Head 

Tom Wiggers. M.S.. H. (ASCP) SBB 

Program Coordinator 

Betty L. Thenot. MT (ASCP) SBB 

Educational Coordinator 

Bonnie M Foster. MT (ASCP) 

Instructor 

Connie F. Watson 

Secretary 




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Helen Price. M.S. 


Lynda Hundertmark. MA 


Mark Greve. M D 


Tony Alexander 


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Joan Stron 


Program Director 


Academic Coordinator of 


Assistant Professor 


Instructor 




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The School of Allied Health Professions was established by the Board of Supervisors April 2, 1970, 
and became operational July I, 1970. At present, the School of Allied Health Professions in 
Shreveport has six departments: Cardiopulmonary Science, Children's Center, 



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158 • Allied Health 



CARDIOPULMONARY SCIENCE 



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Raymond $ Edge. Ed D Dennis R Wissing. M.H.S. 

Head Program Director 



Jerry Garner. M.A. 
Instructor 



Michael Romero 

Instructor 



James R Whitehead B S 

Instructor 



COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 




DCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 




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uzanne Poulton. M.S.H.. LOTR Kristin Seidner. M.S.W.. LOTR 

Head Program Director 



David P. Greene. M.S.. LOTR 
Assistant Professor 




Judith Vestal. M.A . LOTR 
Assistant Professor 



Patricia D Geiger. B.S.. LOTR 

Instructor 

Grelchen Reeks. B.S.. LOTR 

Instructor 

Patricia W Clinton 

Secretary 



Communication Disorders, Medical Technology, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy. 
All educational programs have been approved by the appropriate State agencies and have 
received full accreditation by appropriate professional organizations. 




Pal Christian 

Secretary 



Donald L Rampp Ph D 

Head 

Mary Pannbacker Ph D 

Program Director 

Suanne M Leavell. M S 

Instructor 

Alice A Morgan Ph D 

Associate Professor 

Valerie Puett M S 

Clinic Coordinator 



Maribeth B Warren. MA 
Clinical Instructor 
Gay Vekovius M S 
Assistant Professor 
Barbara R Zimmerman. Ph D 
Associate Professor 
Nadine Lewis 
Clerical Staff 
Rhonda Washington 
Clerical Staff 





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CARDIO PULMONARY SCIENCE 




Joe Butrim 

Theresa Clawson 

Robert Langley 

Gary Lungaro 

Chris McPherson 




Lisa Montgomery 

Bethany Norman 

Sarah Nelken 

Mark Randolph 

Denise Steinmetz 




JUNIORS 












160 • Allied Health 






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Dawne Black 
Robert Brazzel 
Jack Edwards 
Heather Hill 



Steven Kitchings 
Kim Middleton 
David Miller 
Shelby Phelan 
Amy Robertson 



SENIORS 



MISCELLANEOUS 




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COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 



Lisa Adcock 



Evelyn Anderson 

Cecilia Berry 

Laurie Blair 

Andree Caplis 

Nancy Felterman 



Laura Hughes 

Olivia Johnson 

Chris Lewis 

Mary Marchand 

Christie McBride 



Barbara McGee 

Phyllis McHalffey 

Denise Mason 

Robin Patton 

Sandra Pruett 



Laura Reed 

Pam Richart 

Janet Sanders 

Cathy Walker 

Kathleen West 





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Robin Hiller 
Mia Robinson 
Thomas Walker 
Yolanda Washington 




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Allied Health • 163 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 




JUNIORS 



Rebecca Borne 

Carolyn Crull 

Sara Firestone 

Yvonne Laborde 

Karen Lacy 



Michelle Lounsberry 

Barbara McCord 

Cindy Payton 

Carolyn Porterfield 

Paul Procell 



Lisa Reynolds 

Dedria Scott 

Kevin Smith 

Sarah Tucker 

Stephanie Turbeville 







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164 • Allied Health 




SENIORS 





Emily Aaron 
David Clawson 
Ashley Duggan 
Anita Gambal 
Annette Hardmon 



Jody Kennedy 
Cheri Lambert 
Elizabeth McGehee 
Glenda Oglesby 
Miriam Shively 



Steve Sobojinski 
Stacey Stepp 
Jane Strieker 
Missy Tatum 
Susan Wagonlander 



Allied Health • 165 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 




JUNIORS 



Curtis Bouton 

Marie Burke 

Candace Capelan 



Anne Clifton 

Angela Evans 

Karen Garner 

Glen Guilbeau 

Valerie Mansoor 











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Deborah Monteaux 

Cole Padgett 

Frederick Payne 

Michael Polander 




Chris Purvis 

James Spears 

Kevin Thibodeaux 

Leah White 

Toni York 





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Corey Arcement 
Cynthia Bluck 



Lauren Bohnet 
Vanessa Boyer 
Bridget Doyle 
Lynn Dumond 
Seott Duplechin 



Susan Gibson 
Roger Goble 
Christine Guillory 
Claire Hargis 
Janet Hoppe 




Jenny Kennard 
Holly Landry 
Linda Landry 
Mona Mcknight 
Jane Mallet 




Cathy Martin 
Stuart Meaux 
Beverly Owens 
Amy Sudduth 
Jim Wilson 



Allied Health • 167 






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The 1988 PULSE is dedicated to those students who have generously taken time 
out of already busy schedules to participate in those extracurricular activities that 
benefit the entire student body. 

It is these people who make LSU Medical Center more than just an academic 
experience. 



EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 



SENIOR CLASS 



JUNIOR CLASS 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



FRESHMAN 
CLASS 



ALLIED HEALTH 

STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 



GRADUATE 
COUNCIL 



Susan Futayyeh 
Leslie Blake 
Lauren Yrle 
Dale Guillory 



Susan Bankston 
Susan Futayyeh 
Leslie Blake 



President 
Ray Germany 
Vice-President 
Bryan G. Sibley 
Secretary 
Patti Roland 
Treasurer 
Ed Carriere 

President 
Tommy Causey 
Vice-President 
Nancy Clearkin 
Secretary 
Robert Oliver 
Treasurer 
Steve Watson 



President 
Stephen J. Schorr 
Vice-President 
David Price 
Secretary 
Carole Wiggins 
Treasurer 
Kathleen Hudson 

President 
Anne Lockett 
Vice-President 
Jude Bares 
Secretary 
Ellen Shea 
Treasurer 
Randall Boudreaux 



President Jon Leleux 

Jonathan Henderson Al Patrick 

Vice-President 

Joe Washburne 

Secretary 

Johnny Swiger 

Treasurer 

Tom Perkins 



Greg Brown 
Suzanne Slayton 
Mike Beene 
Brent Millet 
Toby Broussard 



Richard Laborde 
Susan Broussard 
Robert A. Ancker 
Michelle Simon 
John Mansoor 



Richard Riggins 
Anne Morell 
Jon Liprie 



President 
Tom Walker 
Vice-President 
Mat Buckmaster 
Secretary 
Cheri Lambert 
Treasurer 
Cathy Walker 

Abbie C. Kemper 
David S. McNabb 
Ronald Harty 



Dawne Black 
Joe Butrim 



Kenneth W. Betzing 
Barbara Zimmerman 
Mary Oliver 



Mark Peters 
David Price 
Tom Vreeland 



Ellen M. Lancon 

Ann Felice Boudreaux 

Mark Posner 



Susan Cocke 
Ross Nelson 
Marcie Bowers 
Margaret Moresi 



Pat Wheat 
Mala Bakshi 
Nicole Wolfe 
Scott Daigle 
John Bloss 



Vivek Khare 
Szu-wei Tu 
Baron Williamson 
John C. Hart. Jr. 
Scot M. Brandner 



Michael Polander 



Jan Richardson 
J. Keith Smith 






170 • Our Friends 



To Our Contributors and Advertisers We Express Our Sincerest Gratitude. 
Thank You for Your Loyal Support. 
The Pulse Staff. 






ENDOWMENTS 



Department of Anatomy 
James R. Bergeron, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Harold R. Bicknell 
Clif Dopson. M.D. 

Timothy M. Hart, M.D. 

and Tandy W. McElwee. Jr., M.D. 
Medical Library 
Department of Ophthalmology 
Department of Surgery 



Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Baucum, Jr. 

Ed and Mary Benzel 

Hoyet L. Chance, M.D. 

William J. DeFee, III. M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Grafton 

Bendel Johnson, M.D. 

Gary J. Levy, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Mack 

Tommy Mook, M.D. 



BENEFACTORS 



James Moss, M.D. 

Dr. Louis J. Sardenga 

Charles C. Schober, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert G. Smith 

Wm. Marcus Spurlock, M.D. 

Department of Urology 

Dr. William M. Wilder, Dr. Thomas V. 

Allen, and Dr. Dale P. McGinty 
Drs. Wilson, Giddens, Lieber and Edwards 

Department of Anesthesiology 
Bruce R. Bacon, M.D. 
Kevin Barrett, M.D. 
George Belchic, Jr., M.D. 
Drs. Steve and Diana Bienvenu 
Department of Biochemistry 

and Molecular Biology 
Bookstore 



Robert W. Borders, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. R. Don Brown 
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Chesson 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Clawson 
Jack S. Coussons, M.D. 
Michael A. Crouch, M.D. 
David and Margaret DeSha 
Dr. and Mrs. Larry J. Embree 
Marjorie Fowler, M.D. 
Ronald B. George, M.D. 
Sidney R. Grimes 
Marvin Hall. M.D. 
Herschel R. Harter, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Haynes 
Ralph J. Henderson. Jr., Ph.D. 
Sam S. Holladay, Jr., M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Scott Kennedy 
Kookmin M. Kim. M.D. 



SPONSORS 



Department of Medicine-Hematology/Oncology 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Miciotto 

Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Misra 

George M. McCormick, II 

Kenneth McMartin, Ph.D. 

Department of Neurology 

Fran Nixon, M.D. 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Warren N. Otterson, M.D. 

Department of Pathology 

Department of Pediatrics 

Department of Pharmacology 



Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Picard 

Planning Office 

Department of Purchasing 

Department of Radiology 

C. Pratap Reddy 

Dr. Joseph B. Reynolds. M.D., FACS 

R. H. Riggs. M.D. 

Drs. Marina and Dan Sanusi 

Drs. William and Linda Shockley 

Donald R. Smith. M.D. 

John and Ruby Stewart 

Robert T. Lafargue. M.D., David 

M. Caskey, M.D., and Sanders F. 

Hearne, M.D. 



Virginia Lash 

Drs. Joseph and Barbara Manno 

Jorge Martinez-Leyva, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman Mauroner 

Department of Medical Communications 

Suzanne M. Taylor, M.D. 

Horace E. Thompson, M.D. 

Herbert D. Tucker. M.D. 

Dennis D. Venable, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Webb 

Darryl M. Williams. M.D. 

Winder, Turk. Jones Dermatology, PC. 



Best Wishes 



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SERVING THE MEDICAL PROFESSION SINCE 1931 



P.O. Box 27 

2002 Line Avenue 

Shreveport, LA. 71161 

318-424-8186 



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MARK ZACHEIS 

Health Care Sector 

6 Years Banking/Lending Experience 



To First National Bank and Mark Zacheis, taking care of doctors is a full-time 
business. While our physicians are tending to their patients' care, we're looking 
after their own financial well-being. Physicians require specialized professional and 
personal financial services and First National Bank provides them. Even when that 
means making calls on our health care customers at their offices, clinics or hospitals. 

If you're not a customer of First National, give us a call. We'll make an 
appointment and come to you. Member fdic 



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BANK 



The Premier Bank 
of Shreveport/Bossier 



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Wishing You Well 



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WILLIS-KNICHTON MEDICAL CENTER 
we're Bringing science To Life. 

Hearne Avenue off 1-20, Shreveport, LA 71103-3931 



Congratulations 
Sue 

We Are Proud of You!! 

Love 
Dad, Mom, Chip, & Blance 



Congratulations 

Tommy! 

We're Proud of You! 

Love, Mom and Dad 





I have my M.D. 
Now what do I do? 

Congratulations. 
Mom and Dad. 



I 74 • Our Friends 



For ten years, serving the health care professionals of Shreveport/Bossier 




(£ The Boots Company (USA) Inc. 



8800 Ellerbe Road • Shreveport, Louisiana 



tCz^/d^ t^Ldjvwe, //. J%.!3>. 



The best all ways, 
always, 
Mim 




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igratulations and Best of Luck in 

Future, 

We're Proud of You! 

Robert Haskins, Jr. 

Love Mom, Dad, Chris, 
MaryAnn, Pattie, % Louis 


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CONGRATULATIONS 
MICHAEL! 



Love, 

Mother, Daddy, Theresa, 

Greg, % Monica 




Congratulations 

Joe!! 

We're Proud of You 
Love, Mother and Dad 



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SOUTH PARK 

GUEST CARE CENTER 



3050 Baird Road 
Shreveport, Louisiana 71 118 
318-688-1010 



Claude M. Pasquier 

Administrator 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
SUSIE! 




We Are So Proud Of You!!! 
Love Mom, Dad & Summer 



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I Leon's 



Hickory Smoked Hams & Turkeys 

Pit Barbecue 

Sandwiches & Po-boys 



Catering Available 

303 East Kings Hwy. 4723 Monkhouse Dr. 

868-3237 635-5700 

Shreveport, LA 




HAIR SALON 



6535 Line Ave. 
Shreveport, LA 71106 

Ph. 868-0513 




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Cleaners 



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& INFANT WEAR 



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6030 LINE AVENUE, SUITE 420 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 71106 



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(318) 869-3692 




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GOOD LUCK, 

THE 
PULSE 
STAFF 
OF I98S 



Al EXANDRIA 



MONRUE 









CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
SPENCER! 



1964 



Same Smile 24 Years Later 
We're Proud of You! 




1988 



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MAJORS SCIENTIFIC SUBSCRIPTIONS 



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& TRUST COMPANY 

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MEDICAL 

SOCIETY 



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OFFICERS 




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CHARLTON HOLMES 


FRANK STINSON 


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Holmes Auto Group ■ Mercedes ■ Honda 


ARTHUR TAIT 


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Secretary/Treasurer 


FREDMOFFITT 


MEMBERS 


MoffiM \totkswagen - Porsche ■ Audi Mazda 


GEORGE FRITZE 


Bossier City 


JIM FRITZE 


JERRY MONTGOMERY, SR. 


Red River Chevrolet 


Courtesy Chevrolet. Inc 


Bossier Crty 


Shreveport 


KG (KEN) HANNA 


MIKE MORGAN 


The Bill Hanna Car Companies 


Morgan Pontiac 


Bill Hanna Ford BMW - Saab 


Shreveport 


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KENPHILIBERT 


Bill Hanna Ford 


Acura of Shreveport 


Bossier City 


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Bill Hanna Subaru Jeep - Eagle 


ED POWELL 


Shreveport 


Powell Buicfc - GMC Trucks 


MARSHALL HE8ERT 


Shreveport 


Bob Post Chrysler - Plymouth ■ Peugeot 




Shreveport 





JULIAN GRAHAM 

Rounlree ■ OkJsmobile - Isuzu - Mitsubishi 

Shreveport 

FRANK STINSON 

Rountree Cadillac - Sterling - Suzuki 

Shreveport 

ARTHUR TAIT 

Tart Shreveport Dodge, Inc 

Shreveport 

JOHNNY WILLIAMS 

Shreveport Lincoln ■ Mercury 

Shreveport 
JF.WINNINGHAM.JR. 
Winningham Nissan • Volvo 

Shreveport 

ROBERT GALLOWAY 

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WrayFord 

Shreveport 

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HOYTYOKEM 

Yokem Toyota. Inc 

Shreveport 



INNOVATIVE — EXPANDING 

Shreveport - based 



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FOR YOUR HEALTH 
NEEDS 



Congratulations 
Cheryl 

We're Proud of You! 

Love Daddy, Momma, 
Sheila, and Randy 



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Our Friends • 181 



Does your financial situation 
require major surgery? 




As your experience and knowledge in the field of medicine grows, so 
will your need for a sound financial institution — one that offers a complete 
fiscal examination. 

Commercial National Bank has consistently served the local medical 
community and is familiar with your financial requirements. 

For needs as varied as student assistance, financing your expanding 
practice, objective investment advice, short and long-term savings plans, 
personal trusts and Keoghs, look to the Medical Capital of the Ark-La-Tex. 

And get a complete statement of your condition. 



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COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK 

THE CAPITAL OF THE ARK-LA-TEX 



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Best wishes 
For Your Continued Success 



Radiology Imaging Associates 



(Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology) 



Benjamin Vickers, M.D. 



R. Michael Walker, M.D. 



Our Friends • 183 



Sometimes, not too often, we reflect upon the good 
things, and our thoughts always center around 
those we love, and I think about those people who 
mean so much to me, and for so many years have 
made me so so very happy, and I count the times I 
have forgotten to say "Thank You" and just how 
much I love them. 



F. Mancini 



Thank You 







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