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On Our Cover Fourth-year student MaryEllen Cleary represents the medical school on a national front through her service on the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. She was appointed to the national accrediting organization by the American Medical Association. Back home in Richmond, she is a member of the medical school’s Curriculum Council and on the planning committee that is leading the most significant revision to the school’s curriculum in three decades. On the cover, she works with Harvey, a life-sized mannequin that realistically simulates 30 cardiac conditions with state-of-the-art heart and lung sounds.

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S ch o o l o f M e d i c i n e

Medical College of Virginia Campus

V i r g i n i a C o m m o nw e a l t h U n i v e r s i t y

A New Home Base for the School of Medicine

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Coast-to-Coast Connections

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A Lasting Tribute

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Just the Right Time

Letters from the Heart

Building a Legacy

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Endowed Funds Provide Support for Innovative Research

Teaching Tradition

Donor List

Class of 2014

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A New Home Base for the Medical School W hen you remember your best training experiences, chances are you don’t think of a large lecture hall, no matter how riveting the professor was. Instead, you may remember a more personal interaction, perhaps at a patient’s bedside, with a small group or even one-on-one. Those are the kinds of experiences that the medical school’s new education building will help create. Continued on page 4

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A New Home Base for the Medical School The building is designed by I. M. Pei’s internationally acclaimed architectural firm, Pei Cobb Freed, known for such projects as the East Wing of the National Gallery, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Louvre Pyramid.

The new education building will be located at the functional center of the MCV Campus, near to both the historic Egyptian building as well as clinical facilities. Its 200,000 square feet will be dedicated to education, simulation and research. Group rooms seating 10-20 students (pictured at left) will provide space for small group work, presentations, student meetings and study sessions. Four learning studios (shown below) will have wall-sized white boards, screens and projectors for cooperative work. Located on floors five through eight, the studios each have retractable walls so that they can be divided into two.

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Coast-to-Coast Connections Within only a year of each other, Drs. Ho Jin Kim and Victor Joe graduated from the School of Medicine and began their careers. Both are married with three young children, both have strong philanthropic ideals and both are appreciative of their time on the MCV Campus. The two have never met and live and work on opposite coasts of the U.S. But they share yet

Victor Joe, M’95, his wife Jaime and their children.

another connection through their recent leadership gifts to the capital campaign in support of the School of Medicine’s new education building. “MCV was a special time in my life,” Victor Joe, M’95, explains. “The school was extremely supportive and I had a great experience in the city of Richmond. It’s been exciting to see it grow.” Dr. Joe’s gift contributes to the growth of the School of Medicine’s educational vision. It’s a vision he shares. The building’s design allows for small group study, case-based lectures and active learning. Including two floors of space set aside specifically for clinical simulation. “This is a very important step and I’ve always thought that the way to approach medical curriculum is to move forward and improve technology to be more on the leading edge rather than following.” Medical education, he says, is moving toward the use of more multi-media technology. “The traditional syllabus and lecture still has its place, but there are much more impactful ways to teach and learn these days.” A trauma and critical care surgeon and director of the burn center at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, Calif., Dr. Joe says his gift begins a “lifetime of support” for the school that means so much to him. “I think giving is something that’s very personal and the motivation should come from within. I am grateful for my start from MCV.” More than two thousand miles away, Ho Jin Kim, M’94, feels much the same way about the School of Medicine. Dr. Kim is

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With a physical environment built to reflect student needs, the new medical education building will house what has been described as the most significant revision to the school’s curriculum in three decades. Even as the class size expands to meet the anticipated physician shortage, opportunities for team-based, clinically driven problem solving and individual instruction will increase. “The new building’s design is flexible,” says Isaac K. Wood, M’82, H’88, senior associate dean for medical education and student affairs. “It accommodates what we know are the best learning opportunities for adults: active, team-based learning that challenges students to solve clinically relevant problems

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and hone their critical thinking skills. That’s what they need for a career that demands continual learning.” To make that happen, two floors will house state-of-the-art simulation and clinical skills space that will provide experiences in team-based care and patient safety. Four more floors will contain flexible academic space with small group break-out rooms and learning studios with wall-sized white boards, screens and projectors for cooperative work. These leading-edge technologies will support clinically driven, competency based learning. Dr. Wood and his Curriculum Council are conceiving and planning this novel, innovative curriculum, which will be fully implemented when the building opens in Spring 2013. But where possible, these kinds of experiences are already being


an adult and pediatric dermatologist with his own practice in McLean, Va., and an affiliation with Fairfax Inova Hospital. “I’ve always thought that MCV was a strong clinical hospital,” he says. “As a student, I would give tours to prospective students and tell them that we were one of the top five hospitals in the country with an incredible population of patients to learn from.” Until recently, however, he hadn’t had a strong relationship with his alma mater. That changed when he met Dean of Medicine Jerome F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., at a small gathering at Inova Hospital where he became interested in helping raise funds for the education building as well as committing his own $25,000 gift. “It’s exciting for me because success breeds success. The new building will attract more students and faculty members. It’s always been a strong institution and Dean Strauss has really rejuvenated the medical campus.” Dr. Kim is happy about sharing his enthusiasm for the capital campaign with his classmates and colleagues. “I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to reconnect. There are a lot of MCV graduates working in the northern Virginia area.” Including members of his family. “We grew up in a medical family,” he explains, with a father who is an anesthesiologist. His sister, a pediatrician, and brother-in-law, a urologist, are also medical school alumni, both from the Class of 1991. They were among the first to learn why Dr. Kim is so excited about the opportunities and activities happening on campus today. “Bringing the facilities up to date will go a long way to recruiting students and educating them better. It’s fun to get

involved. I’ve been removed from it but talking with Dr. Strauss and getting reacquainted with the university is exciting.” Drs. Kim and Joe are two examples of young alums who have made substantial commitments to the future of medical education on the MCV Campus. With the Campaign for the School of Medicine just getting underway, already $3.6 million has been raised through generous gifts and pledges from alumni and friends.

incorporated into today’s curriculum. For example, the faculty have created opportunities for students to break into small groups for case-based problem solving, but it requires that they scatter all over campus to find space to do so. The new building will eliminate those physical obstacles. The building will also house a 260-seat learning theater and two floors of research space designated for the Massey Cancer Center. Fourth-year student MaryEllen Cleary’s seat on the medical school’s Curriculum Council has given her the chance to shape the curriculum that future students will use. She has also had a voice in implementing some of these curricular improvements for today’s student. When Ms. Cleary graduates in the spring, she and her class-

mates will have spent more time in the simulation lab than any previous class. They have used simulation’s promise of authentic clinical experiences to test teamwork, run a code blue and receive assessment via video playback. She recalls how an afternoon spent with the cardio-pulmonary simulator learning the sounds of various cardiac conditions quickly paid off. It was the very next day, in fact, when she heard and recognized the

Ho Jin Kim, M’94, his wife Claudette and their children.

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A Lasting Tribute

dic surgeon. He, in turn, set the example for his daughter Sarah to follow his footsteps into the Class of 2010. He is excited and proud that she has decided to remain on campus for her radiology residency. Dr. Garnett had heard that future students would study in a new medical education building. At a luncheon hosted by Jerome F. In Prince Edward County’s gently rolling countryside, about an Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., Dean of Medicine, “I was pleased to have hour away from Richmond, is the small town of Rice. It’s almost the chance to see the detailed plans,” he said. “The new school a straight shot to the MCV Campus by way of Route 360. It’s a opens up a whole new opportunity of education for the future.” familiar route for those living in rural Southside Virginia. “MCV Dr. Garnett has honored his mother’s memory through a generhad a wonderful reputation in my community,” recalls L.W. Garous $100,000 gift to the building campaign. “She was an inspiranett, M’79, H’85. “People had a high regard for the hospital and tion,” Dr. Garnett remembers fondly. He knows his mother, a former placed their trust in its ability to handle complex and serious medteacher who helped shape ical problems.” the lives of many, would be It’s fitting, then, that the pleased to be remembered boy with a curiosity for through a gift to an innovamedical artifacts grew up tive educational facility. to study at the venerable “I’m proud of MCV’s hisinstitution that he, his famtory and heritage,” Dr. ily and his community reGarnett said. “I apprecispected as the source for ate my experience as a stuexcellent health care. dent and resident, and I’m Dr. Garnett recalls the grateful for the experience trip he made with his parthat Sarah is having. But ents to the medical center, I also recognize the imporwhich served as the springtance of this new education board for his early interest building for propelling the in medicine. To occupy her son while they waited Above: L.W. Garnett, M’79, H’85, with his daughter Sarah Garnett Winks, M’10, medical school into the future. MCV needs this for his father’s appointment in front of the Egyptian Building. Below: L.W. Garnett’s mother, Byrd Wootton building, and I’m excited to conclude, Mrs. Garnett to be part of that.” suggested a visit to the Garnett, who inspired and encouraged her son to pursue a career in medicine. Families with multigenarchives across the street. erational ties to the medical school, like the Garnetts, have an “There I saw historical aspects of MCV at the Tompkins-McCaw excellent opportunity to honor their families’ connection to the Library and the Museum of Confederacy and was fascinated to school through gifts to the new building. The see for myself the institution I’d heard about all my life. It was an Garnett family name will appear on the lobby’s impressionable age.” Donor Wall as well as on a Group Classroom Taking that tour at age 10, he says, “set the thought process in moas a lasting tribute to an inspirational teachtion.” The experience, combined with his mother’s encouragement er and loving mother. and the medical school’s reputation, led him to become an orthopae-

A New Home Base for the Medical School same sounds while listening to a patient’s chest. She expects that that the new building will afford students even greater access to simulation. But she believes that the most important advantage of the new building is its role as a home base for the medical school. “It will have a community feel,” she says, “with space for students to gather and learn from each other. Now those spaces are spread out all over campus, but this building will bring us together.” The Dean of Medicine Jerome F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., has been visiting with hundreds of alumni, asking them to support that vision. “I am enormously grateful for the response we’ve received. The alumni I speak with are

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To be located in the lobby of the new building, a donor wall will display the names of alumni and friends whose generosity is vital to the building’s success. A campaign is underway to raise $37 million in private gifts toward the project’s total $158.6 million cost.


Just the Right Time

The campaign came along at just the right time. “We’d already been thinking about increasing our commitment to MCV. The most electrifying thing about it was when I went to my Reunion. I already knew of the new building and I had heard it was going to George Burke’s boyhood ties to the MCV Campus include be a form-and-function incorporation of concepts and education.” visits with his father, a School of Dentistry professor. He One look at the building’s model at the Saturday morning breakeven observed an anatomy class dissect cadavers when he fast with Jerome Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., Dean of the School of was only six years old. With such an early interest in mediMedicine, and he was hooked. “The more I looked at it, the more cine, George had a choice to make after concluding his underfascinated I became,” he remembers. “The simulation opportugraduate studies at UVA. Which medical school to attend? nities are going to be tremendous confidence builders for today’s “One of the things that attracted me to MCV at that time was students. There’s no substitute for being with an artful physiits new concept of medician faculty member and cal education and the new learning at the bedside.” curriculum.” It was 1966 Simulation mimics the and, he says, “There was “bedside” experience an evolution in mediand even improves it by cal education going on.” affording students repetiThe choice was an easy tion that they might not one, and he stepped onto have otherwise and prethe MCV Campus in his paring them to encounter father’s footsteps. those situations with live Fast-forward to 2010 patients in the hospital. and Dr. Burke, M’70, Dr. Burke, a past presiH’75, a critical care puldent of the MCV Alumni monologist with PulmoAssociation and the Richnary Associates of Richmond Academy of Medimond, is part of another cine, as well as a former Left: Sailing enthusiasts for more than 20 years, George and Lyons Burke often evolutionary milestone chair of the School of compete in the annual Southern Chesapeake Leukemia Cup Regatta hosted by for the School of MediMedicine’s Annual Fund, the Fishing Bay and Stingray Harbour Yacht Clubs. Right: The Burkes during cine. Together with his has devoted himself to his their annual sailing cruise to Cape May, New Jersey. wife Lyons, Dr. Burke has alma mater and encourcommitted $50,000 over ages others to learn more a five-year period to the about the capital camnew medical education building and the school’s capital campaign. “This is a terrific opportunity to contribute in a meaningful paign. “Participating in this funding opportunity is reminiscent way to the future of medical education.” of my own education back in the 60s. It’s hard for me not to feel “There’s no question about it,” he says. “It’s a really nice time a sense of gratitude and loyalty.” to be a part of MCV.”

A Funding Partnership excited to see their alma mater take the lead in changing the way our profession trains physicians. This building will make that possible.” Here in Virginia, the physician shortage is projected to hit about 1,500 by 2020. The AAMC has called for a 30% increase in medical school enrollment to meet national physician pipeline needs. The building will allow future classes to grow by as many as 50 students from their current size of 200. In addition, its doors will also be open to housestaff on the MCV Campus as well as alumni and the local medical community looking for continuing medical education opportunities.

State Support – $70 million Health System & University Funding – $51.6 million Private Gifts – $37 million Total project cost – $158.6 million

Naming Opportunities Auditorium Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety Massey Cancer Center Research Floor Entrance Lobby Student Forum Dean’s Suite Admissions Office Suite Conference Rooms Adaptable Classrooms Group Rooms Donor Wall

$5 million $5 million $2 million $1 million $1 million $1 million $500,000 $250,000 $250,000 $100,000 $10,000

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Letters from the Heart Bruce “Al” Baber, M’57, doesn’t consider himself a fundraiser, but that’s just what he’s become after attending two memorable School of Medicine events. One was Reunion Weekend where he was impressed by a couple of very bright students; the other was a dinner featuring Jerome F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., dean of the School of Medicine, who shared his vision for the future of medical education on the MCV Campus. “The dinner was inspiring,” he says. “I had considered giving back to MCV in the past, but it struck me as something more urgent at this point in my life.” Dr. Baber, a retired anesthesiologist in Newport News, Va., has made a financial commitment in support of the new education building. The gift is divided between a $10,000 pledge and a $50,000 bequest in his will. By structuring his gift in this manner, he is contributing critical cash to the campaign now, as well as leaving a future gift of significant impact. Once he made his own financial commitment, Dr. Baber set out to inspire seven of his classmates through personal letters. “I’ve never been much of a solicitor. It’s not my usual customary operation at all,” he laughed. “I’ve never been a good salesman and have resisted these things all my life.” His letters, though, speak from the heart of his desire to give back and why it’s important for others to consider: sed upon is still impres g n di il u B n gyptia While the E ring the ‘50s, r education du ou of rt pa as my memory old A.D. e venerable th ay aw ce distan e only a shor t oved to mak is being rem g in d il bu ic n on Williams Cli ical educati pressive med im ew n e th way for 2013. completed in building to be e, I think s in medicin ar ye y m n ck upo on Looking ba into a professi V guided me C M h ic h w of the ways in herefore, ely proud. T em tr ex be l can al in which we the future way to help er tt be o n of I can think ruction to the const g n ti u ib tr n co students than educational of Medicine l oo ch S V C of the new M deserves n needs and ig pa m ca l ta is capi building. Th mni. of all our alu the support

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Seeing students at his reunion, one of whom was a young man about to receive top honors and go into family practice, brought back Dr. Baber’s memories of his own days on the MCV Campus. “I remember very well the old A.D. Williams Clinic and our sessions there. Tuition was $675 per semester, which is really something compared to what they’re having to go through now, so I thought my education and my subsequent practice was good to me and kind to me. I thought that one way I could help, in some small way, was to make a contribution back to MCV. It’s great to see these students with intelligent minds going onward. When I look at the gift I made, I consider myself a small fish in a big pond really.” By including the medical school in his estate plans, Dr. Baber joins the ranks of the Medical College of Virginia Society whose members have provided future support to the MCV Campus through their planned gifts. About a third of the Society membership has designated their gifts for the medical school. In addition to charitable will bequests, such as Dr. Baber’s, society members have also designated their retirement plans, made gifts of charitable remainder trusts, gift annuities and pooled income funds to the School of Medicine. To learn more about the MCV Society and tax-wise planned giving options, contact the Associate Dean Tom Holland at (800) 332-8813 or teholland@vcu.edu. See next page for a list of MCV Society members who have provided for the medical school in their estate plans.


Medical College of Virginia Society

MCV Society

Celebrating a proud heritage ... building a strong future for the MCV Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University

Alumni and friends who have included the School of Medicine in their estate plans, formerly known as the Heritage Society Dr. Bruce A. Baber, M’57 Dr. Richard N. Baylor, M’46, H’52 Dr. Wyatt S. Beazley III, M’61, H’66 and Mrs. Mason H. Beazley Mr. Richard H. Beckham, deceased Dr. Erika M. Blanton, H’73 Dr. Helen H. Bosse, M’50 Dr. Robert R. Bowen, M’56, H’61 Mrs. Helga Boyan Dr. Charles D. Burch III, M’54, H’59 Dr. Harold W. Burnette, M’61 Dr. Richard P. Burruss, Jr., M’83 Dr. John A. Byrd, Jr., M’47, H’48 Dr. Ruth W. Campbell, M’57, H’60 Dr. Elizabeth R. Carmichael, M’57 Dr. Catherine S. Casey, M’74 Dr. Rufus Marion DeHart, Jr., M’65 and Mrs. Mary McCord DeHart Dr. William L. Driskill, Jr., M’54, deceased Dr. George Drucker Mrs. Norma Ellis Dr. Russell D. Evett, M’57 Mrs. Ann M. Fenton Dr. Albert A., M’58 and Mrs. Virginia M. Fratrick Dr. Arthur B. Frazier, M’55, H’68, F’69 Dr. David F. Gardner Dr. Frederick T. Given, Jr., M’53 and Mrs. Jane O. Given Dr. Robert Goldschmidt, H’81, F’82 and Ms. Debbi Nierenberg Dr. John A. Goodno, Jr., M’55 Dr. Lazar J. Greenfield Dr. Walter L. Grubb, Jr., M’61, H’66 Mr. Joseph and Ms. Rosemary Hackett Dr. Louis S. and Mrs. Ruth S. Harris Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Harris, M’70 Prof. Virginia E. Hench Dr. Ernest C. Hermann, M’53 Dr. Roger Lew Hiatt, H’62 Mrs. Jane C. Higgins Dr. Douglass O. Hill, Sr., M’47, deceased and Mrs. Roberta Wildman Hill Mr. Edward S. Hirschler, deceased Dr. William A. Hobbs, Jr., M’68, H’69 and Mrs. Mary Jane S. Hobbs Dr. Gary S., M’71 and Mrs. Diane B. Hoffman Ms. Irene Elks Hoge, deceased Dr. William E. Holland, M’62 Mrs. Phyllis A. Hussey Mr. Paul W. Jacobs II Mrs. Adah S. Jaffer Ms. Martha McCarty Kimmerling Dr. Joseph B. Kohen, Jr., M’55 Ms. Sally S. Laughon, deceased Dr. Deborah A. Lebman Dr. H. M. Lee, F’61, H’63 Dr. Edward L., M’68, H’69 and Mrs. Linda H. Lilly Dr. David L. Litchfield, M’58, H’64 Ms. Flora S. Lockridge, deceased

Dr. William Bruce Lundeen, M’55, H’58 Dr. N. Rudolph Mauney, Jr., M’72, H’73, H’75 Mrs. William H. McCall, deceased Dr. Howard M. McCue, Jr., M’41, H’47 Dr. Benson McCutcheon, Jr., M’52, deceased Dr. Francis H., M’51, H’52 and Mrs. Claire McMullan Dr. Patricia R. McQuade Koors, M’71 Dr. James H., M’84 and Ms. Robin Meador-Woodruff Dr. Austin I. Mehrhof, Jr., H’82 and Mrs. Trudi M. Mehrhof Mrs. Julia Gray Michaux Dr. Willys M. Monroe, deceased Mrs. Anne Tucker Moore, deceased Dr. Steven C. Moreland, H’79 Dr. Mary A. Mrdeza, M’82 Dr. Orhan Muren Dr. Walter E. and Mrs. Mayna Nance Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more Dr. James P. Neifeld, M’72, H’78 benefitting the School of Medicine Dr. Shirley Carter Olsson, M’52 Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows Mr. John L. Patterson of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Dr. Karl E. Peace Dr. Donald F. Perkins, M’65 Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund Mr. Ronald W. Phillips Dr. Michael J. Pollak, M’68, H’74 Aesculapian Fellows of Dr. Preston P. Purdum III, M’84, F’90 $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Dr. Richard C., M’62 M Medical Alumnus and Mrs. Eleanor K. Rashid Dr. Louise W. Robertson, M’60, H’63 H Former Housestaff Dr. Michele A. Romano, M’84, H’87 F Fellowship Dr. Stephen J., M’95, H’01 and Mrs. Leslie A. Ronan Dr. C. Lester Salmon, Jr., M’43 and Mrs. Beverly Salmon Dr. J. C. Moller Sanford, M’53, H’55 Mr. Julian D. and Mrs. Hannah R. Sanger Dr. S. Larry Schlesinger, M’71 Drs. Hugo R. and Edith E. Seibel Dr. Peder M. Shea, M’74 Mr. W. E. and Mrs. Dale Singleton Mr. Henry F. Stern The Honorable Walter A. Stosch Dr. Thomas P. Stratford, M’53 Dr. Clarence W. Taylor, Jr., M’55 and Mrs. Ora Lee F. Taylor Dr. Richard J. Unger, M’81 Dr. Michael P. Vaughn, PhD’84, M’87 Mrs. Shirley Van Epps Waple Dr. James L., M’62, H’67 and Mrs. Barbara W. White Mrs. Martha B. Whitworth Dr. Vivian M. Wilkerson, M’58, H’61 Dr. Lucien S. Wilkins, M’67, H’72, F’73 and Ms. Freda Barry Hartness Dr. Mildred Williams, M’47, H’48 deceased Mrs. Harriet A. Woodhull Dr. Lauren A. Woods and Mrs. Carol O. Woods, deceased Dr. Reuben B. Young, M’57, H’60

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An Annual Fund donor and an Aesculapian Scholar exchange

Dear JT,

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history of the hest USMLE Step 1 Board score in the When I learned you received the hig gratulations on your the first thing that came to mind. Con medical school, the word “wow” was ication to your medical studies. outstanding achievement and your ded do what they have ed people, like you, an opportunity to icat ded ly real s give pus Cam V MC The medical school expee to remember, as we look back on our dreamt of doing. We physicians all hav is daunting for many. it - the coursework as well as the cost rience that a lot of people can’t make where I want my a bright student excites me, and that’s help can ns utio trib con my t tha So the idea some way. to the development of your career in uted trib con e hav to d prou I’m go. to money this big and wonsense and forethought years ago to get I appreciate the people who had the who helped make our and thank all of the people before me derful institution going. I look back sue my those before me who enabled me to pur all or hon to t wan I ut. abo e com ol medical scho new physicians in training. medical career by giving my help to . In fact, that’s where you and I have a love for physiology From reading your resume, I see both ity of Arizona. I’m a Ph.D. in physiology from the Univers my career began, when I earned my atology 6 and I completed my residency in derm 198 of ss Cla e’s icin Med of ool Sch member of the sion for physiology. in 1990. But it all began with my pas ing out, your interests you if I had the chance. As you’re find I was asked recently what I’d say to right spot for you. medical school. It’s all a journey to the evolve as you learn different things in internal ther in dermatology, which involves toge e cam it of all so ery surg and y I love patholog be my area and surgery. Dermatology turned out to and ase dise us ctio infe y, olog path e, medicin ds-on experience. , in your third year, you’ll get your han you will find your own area, too. Now good use of it. This is an exciting year for you. Make MCV is lucky to have you. And you’re lucky to have MCV.

Congratulations and Best Wishes, Sharon Camden, M.D., Ph.D. Class of 1986 the owner of Dominion Dermatology Sharon Camden is a dermatologist and y to the Annual Fund. Currently, 100% in Richmond. She has given consistentl nt scholarships such as the one awarded stude fund to of the Annual Fund is used to JT Stranix, Class of 2012. spent time in her husband David Camden’s As a medical student, Dr. Camden often Here the two of them are pictured in his pottery studio helping to glaze his work. s that are sometimes on exhibition on piece es creat he current-day studio, where the MCV Campus.

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thoughts on giving and receiving.

Legacy Dear Dr. Camden, I could not be more appreciative of the Aesculapian Scholarship I received this year, and I am honored to be considered worthy of you r generosity. It is an amazing feeling to be recognized for my accomplishments by the alumni who help ed shape the rich tradition and build the stellar reputation of the MCV Campus. I highly respect the graduates of this institution, and I adm ire that they care enough to give back. It is something I look forw ard to doing when I graduate. I received my undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Virginia and earned a masters in physiology from Georgetown . While I am doing very well in school now, I actually was not accepted to medical school the first time I applied. I played rugby in undergrad and my grades were not great because I didn’t take school seriously enough. Looking back now thou gh, it was the best thing that could have happened to me because I had to candidly reconsider whether or not I wanted to pursue medicine as a career. I made the decision to reapply and it was one of the best choices I have ever made. I feel like I am doing what I was meant to do and hav e developed a true passion for both med icine and MCV. The cooperative and collegial atmosphere here has really made a difference in my abil ity to focus and work hard. The faculty and administration are outstanding. They take the time to answer our questions, help where it is needed, and guide us along the way. The quintessential exa mpl e of their talent and dedication can be seen in their initiati ve to build a new school of medicine buil ding that will bring our curriculum onto the cutting edge of med ical education. The faculty here serve as great role models for us as students. Their passion for educating future physicians has been one of the biggest reasons why I have been active on cam pus as class president and student representative to the VCU Boa rd of Visitors. I also work hard to share my amazing experiences here with prospective students through my position as tour guide director and as a physiology teacher for pre-health undergraduate summer students. I feel very privileged to be a part of the MCV Campus tradition and am proud that I have been able to have a positive impact on cam pus. This institution has provided me with resources and opportunities to achieve goals I never thought reachable, and I do not take that for gra nted. I sincerely appreciate your generos ity and am very proud to be a part of the tradition that you help ed create and foster. I will continue to try my very best to become one of the outstanding physicia ns upon which the MCV reputation has been built.

With warm regards and earnest appreciation, JT Stranix, Class of 2012

JT Stranix is the recipient of an Aescu lapian Scholarship made possible by contr ibutions to the Annual Fund. In the Annu sizes combine to make a difference by recru al Fund, gifts of all iting top incoming students as well as rewar ding current students who demonstrate outstanding merit.

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Endowed Funds Provide Support Arun Sanyal, M.D.

The Charles M. Caravati Distinguished Professor in Gastroenterology Chair of the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition

“Dr. Caravati had a lasting influence on gastroenterology as a specialty in the state of Virginia, and this professorship is a good way to honor him and continue to expand on his vision.” — Arun Sanyal, M.D.

Arun Sanyal, M.D., has devoted his career to developing effective new therapies for chronic liver diseases such as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and cirrhosis. His research is already changing the way these potentially life-threatening conditions are treated. Linked with weight gain and obesity, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (or NASH) is a disease in which fat accumulates in the liver. It affects an estimated 2 to 5 percent of the U.S. population and can lead to cirrhosis, a scarring of the liver. NASH has become more common in recent years and “millions of people are at risk of developing it,” says Dr. Sanyal. In studies at VCU, Dr. Sanyal found that an increase in free radicals in the liver, and insulin resistance, could contribute to the development of NASH. These discoveries led to the first large-scale, multi-center clinical trial to find an effective drug therapy for the disease. Last May, the results of this landmark study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Sanyal and his colleagues reported that a daily dose of a specific form of vitamin E significantly improves NASH in adults without diabetes. Pioglitazone, an insulin-sensitizing drug, also improved NASH but caused weight gain. “These are important findings because there are no established treatments for NASH and this is the first evidence of something working adequately in a trial,” says Dr. Sanyal. “I was surprised by the results because there are very few instances where a vitamin reverses a disease state that’s not caused by a deficiency.” Dr. Sanyal is the co-chair of the NASH Clinical Research Network, a group of clinical centers funded by the NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, that collaborated on the trial. Dr. Sanyal says the support of the Caravati Professorship has ensured he can carve out time from his clinical and administrative duties to focus on moving his research forward. “That protected time allows you to develop research proposals that are more likely to get funded by the NIH or other federal agencies,” says Dr. Sanyal, whose work is funded by four NIH grants. “And in the end, the results of these studies can end up helping patients in Virginia and all over the world.”

Dr. Charles M. Caravati, 1900-1991 A 1922 graduate of the Medical College of Virginia, Dr. Caravati was a pioneer in the study and treatment of digestive disorders in Virginia. In the early 1940s, he became one of the first board-certified gastroenterologists in the state. From 1958 to1963 he served as chair of the division of gastroenterology at MCV and he later co-founded the Virginia Gastroenterological Society. The Caravati Professorship was established to honor his work and the endowment supports the chair of the division of gastroenterology.

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for Innovative

Research

Paul B. Fisher, M.Ph., Ph.D.

The Thelma Newmeyer Corman Endowed Chair in Oncology Research at the VCU Massey Cancer Center Professor and Chair of the Department of Human and Molecular Genetics Founding Director of the VCU Institute of Molecular Medicine Paul B. Fisher, M.Ph., Ph.D, focuses on understanding disease-causing processes at the molecular level, but he always keeps the big picture in mind. “We want to see our discoveries translate into prolonging and saving lives and eliminating some very serious diseases,” he says. Dr. Fisher’s team identifies important pathways and genes involved in susceptibility to cancer, neurodegeneration and infectious diseases that they then use to create new diagnostic approaches and therapies. His research is currently funded by five NIH grants, the National Foundation for Cancer Research and the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. In the mid-1990s, Dr. Fisher and his colleagues discovered a gene called mda-7/IL-24 and revealed that it kills cancer cells without harming normal ones. Since then, they’ve used mda-7/IL-24 to develop novel therapies for a variety of cancers. “It selectively kills almost every cancer we’ve looked at so far,” says Dr. Fisher. Initial Phase I trials in patients with advanced cancers, including carcinomas and melanomas, were very promising and indicated that mda-7/IL-24 was safe with significant anticancer activity. Dr. Fisher also has teamed with scientists from other universities to engineer therapeutic viruses that selectively replicate within cancer cells, destroying tumors without harming healthy cells. These viruses have eliminated primary and distant tumors in studies with animal models. Now the researchers are planning a Phase I clinical trial that will examine using one of these viruses to treat malignant brain tumors in humans. Dr. Fisher says the Corman Chair provided him with “additional resources to explore uncharted areas” in his research. That support allowed him, for example, to develop an innovative imaging technique that could help physicians detect metastatic tumors at an earlier stage. The new approach enables the visualization of small, newly formed tumors and metastases by using a non-invasive imaging technology such as a PET scan and intravenously administering an imaging agent that is paired with a specific gene promoter. “We hope to have this in the clinic within the next couple of years for diagnosing cancer,” says Dr. Fisher. With appropriate modification this approach could be used to both image and destroy cancers, an approach called “theranostics.”

“The Lacy family’s generosity allows us to explore new possibilities in cancer research. I know they believe in this work very strongly.” – Paul B. Fisher, M.Ph., Ph.D.

The Thelma Newmeyer Corman Endowed Chair in Oncology Research Chip and Connie Lacy have seen the good work of the Massey Cancer Center and the Thomas Palliative Care Unit first-hand in the lives of their friends and family members. To sustain this work, in 2007 the Lacys made a major commitment to support two goals: create a fund to be used at the director’s discretion to support promising research programs and establish an Endowed Chair that honors Connie’s mother, Thelma Newmeyer Corman. In addition to their financial support of Massey, Connie is a dedicated Massey volunteer and Chip serves as vice-chair of its Advisory Board.

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Teaching Tradition For nearly half a century, Enrique Gerszten, M.D., has been one of the medical school’s great ambassadors. A dedicated member of the Admissions Committee, Dr. Gerszten first encountered many students at their admissions interview. But he would eventually meet them all in the Pathogenesis Course that he directed for more than 30 years, and where they would discover his teaching, humor and challenging questions for themselves. Though he retired in 2009, his commitment to students and their education will endure through the newly named Enrique Gerszten, M.D., Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. As he prepared for retirement, he says, it was very important to both him and his wife Ellen that they leave a legacy on the campus where they spent the majority of their careers. “We very much wanted to give something to our MCV medical community,” the couple agreed. With a goal of rewarding excellent teaching, they chose to establish an endowment that would support in perpetuity the medical school’s premiere teaching award – an award that Dr. Gerszten himself received in 2008. The award is given annually to one faculty member, selected by a peer-review committee for outstanding teaching achievements. After first establishing the fund with his own leadership gift, Dr. Gerszten then devoted himself to reaching out to former students, colleagues and family members, asking them to join him in supporting the teaching mission of our medical school.

“Dr. Gerszten’s own personal generosity as well as his enthusiastic leadership has turned that vision into a reality, raising the fund’s total to $100,000,” said Jerome F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D. “That success is entirely due to his ability to inspire others with his passion for the medical school and our students.” With personal phone calls and letters, Dr. Gerszten reconnected with countless alumni. In response, more than 200 donors made gifts in honor of Dr. Gerszten’s vision, including many making their first gift to the medical school. “The conversations with my former students were gratifying and sometimes very emotional; their response kept me going to reach my goal,” recalled Dr. Gerszten, who can still be found on campus, now part-time, as a professor emeritus in the Department of Pathology. At a dinner celebrating the completion of the $100,000 goal, Ellen Gerszten reflected on what the fund means to them. “I hope that we have taught others around us that if they have a strong commitment and desire to leave something to the university and medical school that they too can do so. It is truly a mission of love that has provided us with deep satisfaction.” Photo: Dr. Gerszten is pictured with Alan Dow, M.D., H’04, the first recipient of the Enrique Gerszten, M.D., Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. In recognition of his efforts in establishing the Teaching Award, the MCV Foundation named Dr. Gerszten the 2010 recipient of the Robert W. Irby, M.D. Award for Philanthropic Leadership, which honors outstanding faculty volunteers on the MCV Campus.

Endowed funds supporting faculty Privately funded endowments are crucial to the task of attracting and rewarding an exceptional faculty. These endowments carry the names of some of the medical school’s most outstanding alumni, faculty and friends who have led and benefited from the school’s work. Donors may endow funds at the following levels:

Research Chair Endowment

$1,500,000

Chair

$1,000,000

Distinguished Professorship

$500,000

Teaching Award

$100,000

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Thank you for your generosity to the School of Medicine. G Gifts and pledges to the medical school for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010 totaled $15.1 million, a 24 percent increase over the previous year and a five-year high. This generosity is particularly noteworthy, given that support nationwide to education fell 3.2 percent. The following list of donors represents gifts received from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. While this report recognizes only gifts of $100 or more, we are appreciative of gifts of all sizes. The School of Medicine also gratefully acknowledges the many alumni and friends who generously support the American Medical Association Educational and Research Foundation. Every effort is taken to ensure accuracy in this report. However, should you notice errors, please report them to the School of Medicine Development Office, Post Office Box 980022, Richmond, VA 23298-0022, (804) 828-4800, toll-free (800) 332-8813 or at MedAlum@vcu.edu.

Small Portion of Future Gifts Will Support Campaign Reinvestment Fee Joining universities statewide and nationally, Virginia Commonwealth University will apply a 4 percent campaign reinvestment fee on future, qualifying gifts to further fund its development and alumni relations efforts. Half of the fee will support the medical school’s development infrastructure. The remaining 2 percent will support centralized development and alumni relations efforts at the university level, improving the function and efficiency of gift processing, donor stewardship and alumni engagement, as well as helping execute future fundraising campaigns. As the university faces one of the toughest economic scenarios in its history, President Michael Rao, Ph.D., and other senior leaders are committed to developing and strengthening relationships with external audiences, such as the General Assembly, alumni and corporate partners, to raise support for key education and research initiatives. The reinvestment fee is one part of the process.

Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more benefitting the School of Medicine Dean’s Club donors of $10,000 or more to the Annual Fund

Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund Aesculapian Fellows of $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Warner Club M.D. graduates of the last 10 years who have given $500 - $999 to the Annual Fund Reunion Class Years

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Major Gift Donors Individual donors of $10,000 or more to funds benefitting the School of Medicine Dr. Bruce A. Baber, M’57 Mr. James F. Betts, deceased Dr. Erika M. Blanton, H’73 Dr. W. Kenneth Blaylock, M’58 Dr. Clifton L., H’03 and Mrs. Allison S. Bridges Mrs. Joanne R. Brinkley, deceased Drs. Abbott Byrd III, M’78 and Allison Byrd, M’78 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Byrd, M’47, H’48 Mr. Douglas A. Cifu and Mrs. Melissa B. Lautenberg Drs. Richard and Linda Costanzo Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Crone Dr. William L. Driskill, Jr., M’54, deceased Dr. Martin J. Goldberg, M’78, H’81, F’83 Ms. Heather Golin Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gottwald Mr. Floyd D. Gottwald, Jr. and Ms. Helga K. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hafner Mr. Brenton S. and Mrs. Lindsay G. Halsey Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Hamrick, M’82 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Harrigan Mrs. Edward S. Hirschler, deceased Dr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Holland, M’62 Ms. Edna S. Hopkins Mr. Julian B. Jacobs, Martha Jacobs Goodman and Paul W. Jacobs II

Dr. Victor Joe, M’95 Dr. Ho Jin Kim, M’94 Dr. Warren W. Koontz, Jr. Ms. Sally S. Laughon, deceased Dr. and Mrs. John G. Lieb, M’80, H’83 Dr. Beal Lowen, M’70 Dr. Francine Marciano-Cabral Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Markel Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Massey Mr. C. Bruce and Mrs. Celeste McDaniel Mr. Alexander B. McMurtrie, Jr. Dr. Eric H. Norby, M’80 Mrs. Gloria J. Oates Mrs. Joan O. Oates Drs. Mark D. Okusa, MS’79, M’82, H’85 and Diane L. Rosin, PhD’82 Mr. Stanley F. Pauley Ms. Barbara R. Peskin Ms. Marika Rawles Mr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Alita Reed Dr. Ralph S. Riffenburgh, M’47 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Rosenthal Mr. Leon Stepanian, Jr. Mr. Arthur F. Stocker, deceased The Honorable Walter A. Stosch Dr. and Mrs. Jerome F. Strauss III Mrs. Irene Sutton Dr. Robert W. Waddell, M’60, H’65 Dr. J. Latane Ware, M’59 Ms. Gertrude Weber Mr. Marcus M. and Mrs. Carole M. Weinstein Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Wellons, Jr., M’61 Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Whisnant, Jr., M’61 Dr. Vivian M. Wilkerson, M’58, H’61 Dr. Mildred Williams, M’47, H’48, deceased Mr. C. Kenneth and Mrs. Dianne Harris Wright Dr. Wil A. and Mrs. Helen B. Zuelzer

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Donors of $10,000 or more to funds benefitting the School of Medicine Abbott Laboratories Alvarez Law Firm American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Gerry Bertier #42 Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Burroughs Wellcome Fund The Beirne Carter Foundation Centocor, Inc. Children’s Miracle Network Richmond Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign Dominion Resources, Inc. Jessie Ball duPont Fund East Foundation Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia

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Thank you for your generosity to the School of Medicine. Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more benefitting the School of Medicine Dean’s Club donors of $10,000 or more to the Annual Fund Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund Aesculapian Fellows of $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Warner Club M.D. graduates of the last 10 years who have given $500 - $999 to the Annual Fund Reunion Class Years M

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Eumedx LLC Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc. Garland and Agnes Taylor Gray Foundation Halsey Family Fund The Wilbur M. Havens Foundation The Hoe Bay Fund Inova Health System The Jenkins Foundation Lind Lawrence Foundation Lilly The Lipman Foundation Loveland Distributing Company, Inc. Markel Corporation Martinez, Manglardi, P.A. Massey Foundation C. Bruce and Celeste McDaniel Family Fund Ortho Biotech Products, L.P. Ortho-McNeil The Pauley Family Foundation Foundation for Pharmacology Richard S. Reynolds Foundation Richmond FSC Richmond Memorial Health Foundation Ralph & Leo Rosenthal Foundation Harry and Zackia Shaia Family Foundation The Society For Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions Spirit of Children St. Jude Medical UCB Pharma, Inc. Universal Leaf Tobacco Company, Inc. Virginia Chapter of the American College of Radiology VCU Health System Virginia Treatment Center for Children Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation C. Kenneth & Dianne Wright Foundation

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MD Alumni By Class Donors to funds benefitting the School of Medicine of $100 and above Class of 1940 Dr. Herman J. Flax Class of 1941 Dr. Herbert Gershberg Dr. William Russell Jones, Jr. Dr. Arthur A. Kirk Class of 1942 Dr. Oscar W. Ward, Jr. Class of 1943 Dr. James C. Gale Class of 1944 Dr. and Mrs. Edward N. Maxwell Dr. Robert P. Trice Class of 1945 Dr. Baruj Benacerraf Dr. Belle D. Fears, deceased Dr. Roberta J. Hall Class of 1946 Dr. Richard N. Baylor Class of 1947 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Byrd Dr. Noland M. Canter, Jr. Dr. Norman Ende Dr. Richard H. Fisher Dr. Douglass O. Hill, Sr., deceased Dr. Jerome Imburg Dr. George J. Oliver, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Forrest W. Pitts Dr. and Mrs. William W. Quisenberry

Dr. Ralph S. Riffenburgh Dr. John W. Todd III Dr. E. Randolph Trice Dr. Mildred Williams, deceased Class of 1948 Dr. Arthur K. Black, Sr. Dr. John N. Gordon Dr. John J. Kelly III Dr. Arthur G. Meakin, Sr. Dr. Lucien W. Roberts, Jr.

Class of 1949 Dr. Heth Owen, Jr. Dr. John L. Thornton III Class of 1950 Dr. Forrest E. Peeler, deceased Class of 1951 Dr. Pamela R. Moore Dr. Joe W. Trent, deceased Class of 1952 Dr. Gene E. Clapsaddle Dr. Benson McCutcheon, Jr., deceased Dr. Shirley Carter Olsson Dr. and Mrs. John S. Prince, Sr. Dr. William A. Shelton, Sr. Dr. Peter W. Squire Dr. F. Quinby Wingfield, Jr., deceased Class of 1953 Dr. P. Paul Deaton Dr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Given, Jr. Dr. Harry I. Johnson, Jr. Dr. J. C. Moller Sanford Dr. Thomas P. Stratford Dr. Terry F. Tanner Dr. John W. Watson

Class of 1954 Dr. and Mrs. Baxter I. Bell, Jr. Dr. William L. Driskill, Jr., deceased Dr. J. Henry Dwyer Dr. T. Winston Gouldin Dr. Mary Lou and Mr. John C. Hale Dr. J. Vincent McKenzie Dr. Donald H. McNeill, Jr. Dr. David D. Smith Class of 1955 Dr. John A. Board Dr. Donald R. Holsinger Dr. Alden B. Mayer, deceased Dr. William T. Norris, Jr. Class of 1956 Dr. Charles C. Ashby, Sr. Dr. C. Kinsey Glover Dr. Panos G. Gregoriou Dr. Echols A. Hansbarger, Jr. Dr. William C. Kappes, Jr. Dr. William O. McCabe, Jr. Dr. John B. Parker Dr. James R. Sease Dr. Lee A. Struckmeyer Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Zacharias Class of 1957 Dr. and Mrs. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. Dr. Bruce A. Baber Dr. Robert E. Barrett Dr. Wilbur J. Blechman Dr. Ruth Campbell and Mr. John Taylor Dr. Glenn Christie, Jr. Dr. Robert K. Emy Dr. and Mrs. Russell D. Evett Dr. John W. Jones Dr. James L. Lynde Dr. and Mrs. Ben E. Norfleet Dr. John M. Quarles Dr. James A. Selph, Jr. Dr. William F. Sowers Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Sporn Dr. Thomas A. Walker Dr. Percy Wootton Class of 1958 Dr. W. Kenneth Blaylock Dr. Robert E. Collins Dr. James R. Darden, Jr. Dr. Patrick G. Graham Dr. David L. Litchfield Dr. Jane Carswell Roberts Dr. Robert B. Scott, Sr. Dr. Rufus O. Van Dyke, Jr. Dr. Karl K. Wallace, Jr. Dr. J. Paul Wampler Dr. W. O. Ward Dr. and Mrs. Jock R. Wheeler Dr. Vivian M. Wilkerson

The Class of 2010’s Wiaam Ahmed (center) was the recipient of a scholarship that bears the name of the Class of 1935’s Seymour Schotz. Also pictured are Dr. Schotz’s children, Susan Schotz and Bennett Schotz.

Class of 1959 Dr. and Mrs. William L. Bekenstein Dr. John F. Denton Dr. and Mrs. L. Arnold Frederick Dr. and Mrs. William O. Harris, Jr. Dr. George M. Hostetler Dr. John N. King


Thank you Dr. and Mrs. J. Donald Millar Dr. Richard C. Neale, Jr. Dr. Frederick Rahal Dr. J. Latane Ware Dr. William T. Wilkins

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Tenenbaum Dr. William M. Waring Dr. Charles B. Windle

Class of 1960 Dr. Herbert M. Brewer Dr. and Mrs. John P. Clarke Dr. Frank E. Gemma Dr. John A. Hagy Dr. Hugh R. MacMahon Dr. Charles H. McKown, Jr. Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. Dr. Louise W. Robertson Dr. William S. Sheils Dr. Richard F. B. Steele, Jr. Dr. Maurice B. Tanner Dr. Robert W. Waddell Dr. Johnson Willis

Dean of Medicine Jerome F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., (on right) presents Domenic Sica, M’75, H’78, with the Caravati Service Award at Reunion Weekend.

Class of 1961 Dr. Wyatt S. Beazley III Dr. Harold W. Burnette Dr. and Mrs. William L. Curry Dr. Walter L. Grubb, Jr. Dr. Thomas J. Janicki Dr. Margaret Z. Jones Dr. Burton A. Moss Dr. Julian S. Stoutamyer, deceased Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Wellons, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Whisnant, Jr. Class of 1962 Dr. Betty M. Bigwood Dr. Owen W. Brodie Dr. and Mrs. Dominic Gaziano Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Harrelson Dr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Holland Dr. Fritz Lin Dr. and Mrs. Peter T. Montgomery Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Parker, Jr. Dr. Gerald J. Ruth Dr. Ezri S. Sokol Dr. H. George White, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David B. Young Dr. Edward A. Zakaib Class of 1963 Dr. F. Joseph Duckwall Class of 1964 Dr. W. Wayne Key, Jr. Dr. Robert H. Lynde Dr. John L. Moran Dr. Walter D. Padow Dr. Ted L. Rothstein Dr. Martin C. Shargel Class of 1965 Dr. Matthew J. Barlow, Jr. Dr. Robert R. Harrell III Dr. and Mrs. David A. Layman Dr. Louis M. Mendelson Dr. and Mrs. Harry G. Plunkett, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Earl D. White II Dr. Jane Pendleton Wootton Dr. and Mrs. Terry P. Yarbrough

Class of 1972 Dr. Robert M. Bennett Dr. Lyman R. Brothers, III Dr. Jack H. Bumgardner, Jr. Dr. Joseph P. Caruso Dr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Drucker Drs. Gan and Judith Dunnington Dr. Samuel E. Gaskins Dr. M. David Gibbons Dr. Jaquelin S. Gotlieb Dr. Thomas J. Hlivko Dr. and Mrs. Gary S. Hoffman Drs. Gordon and Janet Kellett Dr. N. Rudolph Mauney, Jr. Dr. Dawn G. Mueller and Mr. Alan G. Fleischer Dr. and Mrs. James P. Neifeld Dr. Julie A. Prazich Dr. J. Thomas Ryan Dr. Donald P. Sanders Dr. Elston Seal, Jr. Drs. George and Carolyn Thomas Dr. William E. Wheeler

Class of 1966 Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Ferlazzo Dr. W. Joe Jacumin Dr. and Mrs. Barry V. Kirkpatrick Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Poretz Dr. William R. Rassman Dr. Robert P. Snead Dr. Robert D. Stacks

Class of 1967 Dr. William M. Blaylock Dr. Stuart V. Grandis Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Marcus Dr. William H. Spencer-Strong II Dr. Frank G. Wray Class of 1968 Dr. Philip H. Brandt Dr. Stephen C. and Mrs. Marie F. Cenedella, deceased Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Goodman Dr. William A. Hobbs, Jr. Dr. Charles M. Huber Dr. Edward R. Isaacs Dr. Kenneth Olshansky Class of 1969 Dr. Robert W. Allen, Jr. Dr. John G. Cametas Dr. Richardson Grinnan Dr. Stephen R. Grubb Dr. James L. and Mrs. Beth L. Holimon Dr. Isaac Koziol Dr. A. W. Lewis III Dr. Grayson B. Miller, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Kinloch Nelson Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Nuara Dr. Neil Pastel Drs. David F. Polster and Sandra Jassmann Dr. Dixon M. Rollins Dr. E. John Saliba, Jr. Dr. James J. Zelenak

Class of 1970 Dr. and Mrs. George W. Burke, III Dr. Matthew W. Collings Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Daugherty Dr. Charles J. Donlan, Jr. Dr. Charles M. Elliott Dr. Gordon Gondos Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Harris Dr. Frederick T. Horton, Jr. Dr. James A. Long Dr. Beal Lowen Dr. Wayland Marks Dr. Ben P. Novak Dr. William A. Nuckols Dr. Jethro H. Piland, Jr. Dr. Michael H. and Mrs. Deborah Rubin Dr. Robert B. Sigafoes Dr. Michael Skolochenko Dr. Robert C. Smallridge Dr. Rodney H. Smith Dr. N. J. Sorrow, Jr. Dr. R. P. Sowers III Dr. Marc D. Thames Class of 1971 Dr. and Mrs. Gary B. Bokinsky Dr. Zach Catterton Dr. Norman B. Fizette Dr. John P. Johnson Dr. Robert W. Klink Dr. Marilyn Kay Lynam Dr. Patricia R. McQuade Koors Dr. Dianne Murphy Dr. Mark L. Nichols Dr. E. Blackford Noland, Jr. Drs. Louis and Carol Owens Dr. Charles H. Robertson, Jr. and Mrs. Michael N. Robertson Dr. Michael B. Ross Dr. Jeffrey Rubin Dr. S. Larry Schlesinger Dr. Thomas G. Smith Dr. Randolph W. Stark

Class of 1973 Dr. C. Daniel Armstrong Dr. Jane S. Catterton Dr. Ronald F. Giffler Dr. Saul D. Gorman Dr. Arnold B. Graboyes Dr. and Mrs. Steven H. Grossman Dr. Robert M. Litt Drs. James and Linda May Drs. James E. and Alice W. McDowell Dr. Thomas S. Meade, Jr. The Honorable John M. O’Bannon III, M.D. Dr. Maurice C. Schwarz Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sperry Dr. Robert N. Stitt Dr. Joan Whitaker Stoerner Dr. Randall H. Suslick Dr. Quentin L. Van Meter Class of 1974 Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick S. Arnold Dr. Bruce H. Broecker Dr. Catherine Casey and Mr. J. C. Ryan Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Clary Dr. John R. Edwards Dr. Michael R. Harper Dr. Bruce E. Johnson Dr. Michael J. LaPenta Dr. Mary E. Money-Waldman Dr. Vincent H. Ober, Jr. Dr. Walter D. Parkhurst Dr. Jeffrey C. Salomon Dr. Peder M. Shea Dr. and Mrs. David Walter Sonneborn

Class of 1975 Dr. Stanley L. Brittman Dr. David A. Ellington Dr. Nicholas Frankel Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy R. Fullerton, Jr.

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Thank you for your generosity to the School of Medicine. Dr. William Mark Goldstein Dr. Susan B. Humphreys Dr. Martha S. Hynes Dr. Christopher R. Johnson Dr. Mark King Dr. Larry P. Levin Dr. Gita V. Massey Dr. Donna M. Millay Dr. Jerome M. Parsons Drs. Zack and Judith Perdue Dr. William L. Pintauro Dr. Richard M. Rubenstein Drs. John and Lee Anne Steffe Dr. Janette L. Worthington

Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more benefitting the School of Medicine Dean’s Club donors of $10,000 or more to the Annual Fund Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund Aesculapian Fellows of $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Warner Club M.D. graduates of the last 10 years who have given $500 - $999 to the Annual Fund Reunion Class Years M

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Dr. Alan J. Gamsey Dr. Douglas B. Gillespie, Jr. Dr. Tibor J. Ham, Jr. Dr. Edward Kitces Dr. Kathie Lang Dr. William I. Lee Dr. Robert S. Lockridge, Jr. Dr. Michael P. Markowitz Dr. John H. Pope, Jr. Dr. Margaret M. Sanders Dr. Richard E. N. Sedwick Dr. Peter K. Senechal Dr. Domenic A. Sica Dr. Edwin L. Smolowitz

MCV Foundation President Bill Kotti, Ph.D. (left), and Chair John Doswell II, D.D.S., flank Ruth Campbell, M’57, H’60, Fred Rahal, M’59, H’62, and Erika Blanton, H’73, who were all honored for their service to the MCV Foundation.

Class of 1976 Dr. Jeffrey S. Blinder Dr. Camilla M. Buchanan Dr. Jerome M. Daniel Dr. J. William DuVal, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David P. Ekey Dr. John A. Harler Dr. Frankie A. Holmes Dr. Steven H. Jones Dr. Eileen Kitces Dr. and Mrs. James L. McDaniel Dr. Alan J. Merin Dr. Donald W. Richardson Dr. Thomas A. Smith Dr. Nahum Vishniavsky Dr. Robert B. Williams Dr. Bo Hai Woo Class of 1977 Dr. Gary Q. Casey Dr. Christopher C. Colenda III Dr. Stephen Cunat Dr. Moritz E. Dehler Dr. Eric R. Frykberg Dr. Wayne D. Horney Dr. Vaughan H. Howard, Jr. Drs. A. Scott and Julia Mills Dr. Philip E. Newman

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Dr. Dwight S. Oldham Dr. Mitchell C. Reese Dr. Diane J. Sansonetti and Dr. John W. Batty Dr. J. Douglas Smith Dr. Stuart M. Solan Class of 1978 Dr. Karen Lowery Barnhart Drs. Abbott Byrd III and Allison D. Byrd Dr. Deborah G. Clapp Dr. Thomas I. Epperson, Jr. Dr. George P. Forrest Dr. James E. Gardiner Dr. Martin J. Goldberg Dr. H. Nelson Gustin Dr. Jeffrey D. Harrison Dr. Allen K. Howe, Jr. Dr. Mariann H. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. M. Stephen Kramer Dr. Deborah S. Litman Dr. James L. Morgan, Jr. Dr. Clifford A. Nottingham III Dr. Gerald A. Packer Dr. T. R. Patterson Dr. Stephen L. Phillips Drs. John D. Scandling and Martha R. Dorn Dr. C. Allen Semones Dr. Sheldon St. Clair Dr. Michael P. Taylor Dr. David Thickman Class of 1979 Dr. and Mrs. Steven W. Cross Dr. David A. Eubanks Dr. A. Randolph Garnett, Jr. Dr. Rosemarie T. Greyson-Fleg Dr. Katherine Gustin

Dr. Donald W. Lewis Drs. Charles and Cynthia Macri Dr. J. Michael Ponder Dr. George S. Sara Dr. David S. Skory Dr. John M. Stoneburner, Jr. Dr. Michelle V. Whitehurst-Cook Class of 1980 Dr. Mark Adelman Drs. Mark C. Barr and Carol Byrd Dr. Darryl F. Feldman Dr. John A. Foley, Jr. Dr. William G. Jones Dr. Mark J. Kransdorf Dr. John J. LaPenta Dr. and Mrs. John G. Lieb Dr. Robert H. Millay Dr. Eric H. Norby Dr. William A. Pankey Dr. Miriam Koller Pizzani Dr. James W. Rawles, Jr. and Mrs. Robin Boyd Rawles Dr. Nancy Richeson Dr. Cherie E. Scheer Dr. and Mrs. Milton T. Smith Dr. Lori V. Smithson Dr. Elliot and Mrs. Debra Sternberg Dr. Brian A. Torre Dr. and Mrs. J. Byard Yoder Dr. Barklie W. Zimmerman Class of 1981 Drs. Anton M. Allen, Jr. and Deborah G. Allen Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell S. Anscher Dr. John G. Barnes Dr. William G. Brothers Dr. Deborah Plumb Devendorf Dr. Elizabeth M. Faulconer

Class of 1982 Dr. Paul D. Cash Dr. Matthew John G. Cazan, Jr. Dr. John N. Clore Drs. Charles and Carolyn Cockrell Dr. Helen M. Foster Dr. Robin E. Graham Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Hamrick Dr. Joseph T. Inglefield III Dr. M. Susan Jones Dr. J. Steve Julian, Jr. Dr. William J. Mesnard Dr. Mark D. Okusa Dr. and Mrs. David D. Picascia Dr. John F. Sacco Dr. Jonathan D. Shenk Dr. Michael A. Silverstein Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Stoneburner Dr. Timothy Via Dr. Peter J. Weimerskirch Dr. Andrew K. Worthington Class of 1983 Dr. Lynn P. Beaulieu Dr. Susan and Dr. Richard Carchman Dr. Carmella A. Cole Dr. Nancy R. Couleman Dr. Judith R. DeJarnette Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Galinat Dr. James J. Ledwith, Jr. Drs. David and Katherine Mika Dr. H. Brian Peppiatt Dr. David W. Powers Dr. Wayne Reichman Dr. William D. Richmond II Dr. Gerald J. Robbins Dr. and Mrs. Mark D. Salerno Dr. Michael H. Stoker Dr. Emily J. Windham Class of 1984 Dr. Howard S. Ames Dr. Sarah B. Archer Dr. Joy J. Bradley Dr. Kurt F. Brandt Dr. Nathaniel W. Cuthbert Dr. Susan R. DiGiovanni Dr. George D. Fish Dr. Pamela L. Gwathmey Dr. Kenneth M. Heatwole Dr. Robert Jesse Dr. Lisa L. Kirkland Dr. Wayne M. Kleinman and Ms. Mary Elise Gianos


Thank you Dr. Susan Bernstein Kohn Drs. Craig E. and Cynthia Scott Litz Dr. Edgar S. Moser, Jr. Dr. Bradley B. Nichinson Dr. Michele and Mr. Donald Romano Dr. Mack T. Ruffin IV Dr. Brian D. Weiss Dr. Stephen C. Yang Class of 1985 Dr. Elizabeth M. Adams Dr. Steven J. Agosti Dr. William K. Blaylock Dr. Judy L. Brannen Dr. Ted J. Cardoso Dr. Patricia E. Clark Dr. Gail Clary Dr. Laszlo J. Csernak Dr. and Mrs. G. Vincent Dalton Dr. Charles D. Evancho Dr. Kevin W. Fergusson Dr. Paula N. Fergusson Drs. Terri L. Goering and J. David Ingram Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Grandis Dr. Leroy Trice Gravatte IV Dr. Diana J. Guza-Wells Dr. Craig D. Hartranft Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Jacobsen Dr. Shelley E. Justa Dr. David H. Lewis Dr. Jay A. Lutins Dr. Thomas P. McKenzie Dr. Randolph V. Merrick Dr. and Mrs. Jay Louis Napoleon Dr. Joan Plotkin Dr. Richard F. Rinehardt Dr. Diane L. Schroeder Dr. Kenneth S. Shedd Dr. Kenneth W. Waller Dr. Gunvor Weirick-Sacks and Mr. David M. Sacks Class of 1986 Dr. C. Gregory Alty Dr. Sharon S. Camden Dr. Aimee M. Christian Dr. Mark Kegel Dr. Stephen P. Long Drs. Graham H. and Linda Pacharzina Powers Dr. Richard G. Ruben Dr. Barry A. Sarkell Dr. Mary E. Walder Dr. G. Benjamin Wampler Dr. Douglas J. and Mrs. Tara T. Weckstein

Class of 1988 Dr. Steven M. Adkins Drs. John M. Barsanti and Dana M. Buchanan Dr. Marc M. DeHart Dr. Sally H. Dowling Dr. Robert W. Given Dr. David N. Greenberg Dr. Allan M. Greissman Dr. Myunghi J. Lee-Renslo Dr. Michael Lenhart Dr. Mark H. Merson Dr. Anthony J. Moorman Dr. and Mrs. Lyle N. Shelver

Dr. Leslie Z. Marshall Dr. Thornton B. A. Mason II Dr. and Mrs. Peter V. Quagliano Dr. Benjamin H. Rice, Jr. Dr. Marc A. Rozner Dr. S. Michael Sharp Dr. Sandra M. Smith Dr. Stacey H. Staats Dr. Charles H. Stubin Dr. Rebecca R. Swan Dr. M. Chris Testerman

Class of 1989 Drs. Robert C. Bass and Moira Rafferty Drs. David and Cynthia Bettinger Dr. Alton E. Bryant III Dr. Tracy L. Cousins Dr. William H. Farthing, Jr. Dr. Joan Kay Harrold Dr. Sally J. Irons Dr. Janice Jesse Dr. Warren S. Koontz Dr. Liem Lechau Dr. Linda L. Magovern Dr. Donna Jablonski Perlin Dr. David C. Powers Dr. William Rosenberger II Dr. Janine Wollis Tabas Class of 1990 Dr. Elisha L. Brownfield Dr. Linda A. Burk Dr. Robert F. Dundervill III Dr. Julie Weaver Fortner Dr. Arthur J. Frazier Dr. and Mrs. J. Michael Fuller Dr. Lesley A. Jones Dr. Tracey N. Jones Dr. Patricia B. Kegel Dr. Jackson W. Kiser

Class of 1991 Dr. Daniel P. Cho Dr. Anthony M. Deep Dr. Melinda and Mr. Robert M. Dunn II Dr. Deborah I. Panebianco Dr. Michael Posner Dr. David M. Rasmussen Drs. Joel I. and Kathy Peccatiello Sorger Dr. and Mrs. Hans R. Tuten Dr. Paul D. Ware Class of 1992 Dr. Hugo Falcon, Jr. Dr. Robert A. Maxwell Dr. and Mrs. Mark R. McLaughlin Dr. Randolph V. Neal Dr. Jonathan B. Perlin Class of 1993 Dr. Kimberly R. Ballard Dr. George W. Cook Dr. Subir S. Jossan Dr. Sherrill T. Little Dr. John D. McGurl Dr. Alison J. Niederer Dr. Jill Posner Class of 1994 Dr. Melanie K. Bergman Dr. Pamela W. Deak

Class of 1995 Dr. Victor C. Joe Dr. Robert E. Martin Dr. Arturo Oti Dr. Robert N. Satterfield Dr. John A. Siedlecki Dr. Stephen K. Sigworth Dr. Samantha L. Wetzler

Class of 1996 Dr. Julie Leftwich Beales Dr. Mary Frazier Colfer Dr. Gina Davis Engel Dr. Franklin R. Ewing Dr. Scott T. Forrest Dr. Eugene Kennedy Dr. Edward B. Perkins Dr. David M. Rowe Dr. and Mrs. Ravi V. Shamaiengar Class of 1997 Dr. J. Rand Baggesen Dr. Debra Bensen-Kennedy Dr. Amy K. Luckeydoo Dr. David P. Mehfoud, Jr. Dr. David W. Michie Dr. G. Bayley Royer Class of 1998 Dr. Marty A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. G. Chamberlin Dr. Alan DeAngelo Drs. George and Joann Hong Dr. Michael T. Lin Dr. Elizabeth and Mr. Edward Martin Drs. Kinloch and Melissa Nelson Dr. Tonja I. Palauro Weed Dr. Maria R. Reyes Dr. Jerome Sepic Dr. Wayne T. Shaia Class of 1999 Dr. Amin Azzam Dr. Richard L. Bennett, Jr. Dr. David A. Buck Drs. John and Christine Cesca Dr. David Galbis-Reig Dr. David L. Galiani Dr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Good Dr. Matthew J. Saady Dr. Kirsten Vitrikas

Class of 1987 Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cook Dr. Apostolos P. Dallas Dr. Tanya Ghosh Dr. and Mrs. David E. Johnsen Dr. Neil D. Levine Dr. and Mrs. Garth D. McPherson Dr. N. Paul Ohori Dr. Steven T. Parrish Dr. Amy J. Rosenthal

Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Deignan Dr. Roslyn Hayes-Harris Dr. Karen L. Killeen Dr. Ho Jin Kim Drs. James and Libby Kot Dr. F. Stanford Massie, Jr. Dr. Stephen A. Nichols Dr. Shelley A. Short Dr. Scott A. Vander Vennet

Class of 2000 Dr. Laura Schobitz Bauer Dr. Clifford L. Deal III Drs. Alexander Ellis and Amy Skorupa

Physiology Professor Linda Costanzo, Ph.D., with third-year student Ben Fox, who held the Linda and Richard Costanzo Scholarship.

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Thank you for your generosity to the School of Medicine. Dr. Elizabeth A. Kleiner Dr. Jeffrey T. Kushinka Dr. Janet A. Lai Dr. Kristine Pleacher Drs. Beth Kessler Rubinstein and Joshua B. Rubinstein Dr. Karen Singleton Dr. John W. Turner

Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more benefitting the School of Medicine Dean’s Club donors of $10,000 or more to the Annual Fund Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund

Class of 2003 Dr. Nira Colyn Drs. Robert and Michelle Conklin Dr. Gaelyn E. Eaton-Scuderi Dr. Helen J. Kim Dr. Laura E. Paletta Drs. David and Lisa Pastel Dr. Thuthuy T. Phamle Dr. John E. Port Drs. David R. and Kelsey Salley Dr. Daniel V. Santos

Aesculapian Fellows of $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Warner Club M.D. graduates of the last 10 years who have given $500 - $999 to the Annual Fund Reunion Class Years M

Medical Alumnus

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Drs. Terry and Mary Linda Fairbanks Dr. George J. Harocopos Dr. Laura K. Hassen Dr. Sarah C. Hellewell Dr. Victor Y. Hsu Dr. S. Katherine Laughon Dr. Thomas R. Lindsay Dr. Sandra B. MacArthur Dr. Aye Min Drs. Alan T. Monroe and Sathya Reddy Dr. William L. Newcomb Dr. Douglas T. Nguyen Dr. Anna Park and Mr. David WT Cho Dr. John K. Phillips Dr. Mark H. Ryan Dr. Michael W. Smith, Jr. Dr. Annemarie G. Tull Dr. Mark Vaughn Dr. Sandra L. Werner

Class of 2004 Drs. Khoi and Marie Do Dr. Jean S. Moorjani Dr. Akira M. Murakami Dr. Kimberly Ann and Mr. Sammy Pedram Dr. Richard Singleton Dr. Christine and Mr. William Young Class of 2005 Dr. Alice N. Herlihy Drs. Michael V. and Alison R. Huppmann Dr. Amy Treakle Class of 2007 Dr. Matthew K. Walsworth Class of 2008 Dr. Daniel Brueggemann Dr. Ross William Dodge

Class of 2010 Dr. Allison L. Behrle Dr. Rannder K. Brar Dr. Rachael Corritone-Monroe Dr. Sarah Jane Iglehart Dr. Lisa Marie Mack Dr. Jennifer Y. Montgomery Dr. Erin E. Murdock Dr. Paul Brody Wehman

PhD and Masters Alums Gifts of $100 and above to funds benefitting the School of Medicine Dr. Robert C. Bass, MS’86, M’89 Dr. Julie Leftwich Beales, PhD’87, M’96, H’02, MS’02 Dr. Dina S. Boettcher, MS’62 Dr. Scott Borinstein, M’02, PhD’02 Dr. Daniel Brueggemann, MS’04, M’08 Mrs. Eleanor D. Campbell, MS’75 Drs. Susan, PhD’79, M’83 and Richard Carchman Dr. and Mrs. John B. Coleman, PhD’87 Dr. William S. Conrad. MS’98, M’02, H’07, F’08 Mr. Kevin L. Dawson, Certificate ’02 Dr. Clifford L. Deal III, MS’95, M’00 Dr. Raymond A. Dionne, PhD’80 Dr. Gregory G. Enas, PhD’82 Dr. Thomas I. Epperson, Jr., MS’75, M’78, H’81 Dr. Sheryl D. Finucane, PhD’91 Dr. Helen G. Haggerty, PhD’89 Mrs. Margaret Hardy, MS’77 Dr. Jeffrey B. Hoag, MS’96, M’01, HS’04 Dr. Donna-Beth Howe, PhD’74 Dr. Robert L. Jesse, PhD’81, M’84 Dr. Todd L. Kelson, PhD’93 Dr. Helen J. Kim, MS’98, M’03, H’04 Dr. Edward Kitces, M’75, PhD’78

Class of 2001 Dr. David Adler Dr. Lisa Ellis Dr. Robert M. Franklin Dr. Elizabeth H. Harris Dr. Jeffrey B. Hoag Dr. David D. Limbrick, Jr. Dr. Paige Beattie Nolte Dr. Michael Pleacher Dr. Kimberly W. Sanford Dr. Susan Waller Drs. J. Kenneth Zelenak and Ashley N. Thompson Class of 2002 Dr. Erin G. Adams Dr. Melody Adler Dr. Scott Borinstein Dr. William S. Conrad Dr. Seth B. Forman Dr. Derek Frederickson

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Dr. Elizabeth A. Kleiner, MS’98, M’02, H’05, MPH’08 Dr. Wayne M. Kleinman, MS’80, M’84 and Ms. Mary Elise Gianos Dr. David M. Klurfeld, MS’75, PhD’77 Dr. Hermes A. Kontos, H’62, PhD’67 Dr. Andrew M. Kuhn, PhD’98 Dr. Suzanne G. Laychock, PhD’76 Dr. Wendy R. LeBolt, PhD’90 Dr. Gayle E. Lester, PhD’77 Dr. David D. Limbrick, Jr., MS’95, M’01, PhD’01 Dr. Patrick Little, PhD’89 Dr. Wendy Beth London, PhD’97 Dr. Robert L. Lynch, MS’59 Dr. Sheldon M. Markowitz, M’68, H’75, MS’78 Dr. H. Davis Massey, PhD’96, H’01 Dr. Richard A. McPherson, MS’08 Dr. Michael A., PhD’93 and Ms. Julie R., MS’96 McVoy Dr. Stephanie L. Meadows-Shropshire, PhD’01 Dr. Katherine L. Nicholson, PhD’98 Drs. Mark D. Okusa, MS’79, M’82, H’85 and Diane L. Rosin, PhD’82 Dr. Laura E. Paletta, MS’99, M’03, H’07 Dr. Edward B. Perkins, M’96, PhD’97, H’02 Dr. Jonathan B. Perlin, PhD’91, M’92, H’96 Dr. Carol B. Pugh, MS’04 Dr. James W. Putney, Jr., PhD’72 Dr. James W. Rawles, Jr., MS’77, M’80 and Mrs. Robin Boyd Rawles Dr. Heather H., PhD’06 and Mr. Matthew C. Ross Dr. Matthew J. Saady, MS’94, M’99, H’04, F’05 Dr. Charles B. Sabiston, Jr., PhD’68 Dr. Danny R. Sawyer, PhD’77 Dr. Anthony C. Segreti, PhD’78 Dr. Wayne T. Shaia, MS’93, M’98, H’04 Dr. Michael P. Shakarjian, PhD’89 Dr. Mary Snyder Shall, PhD’91 Dr. and Mrs. Ravi V. Shamaiengar, MS’93, M’96, H’00 Dr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Simon, PhD’79 Dr. Richard H. Singleton, M’04, PhD’04 Dr. Tracy L. Spriggs, PhD’93 and Mr. David R. Compton Dr. Richard K. Sterling, F’94, MS’07 Ms. Martha B. Tyler, MPH’96 Dr. Debra A. Webster, PhD’85 Dr. Patricia B. Williams, PhD’72 Dr. Alice H. Wong, MPH’98, H’98 Dr. Judith Ann Woods, PhD’82

Former Housestaff Gifts of $100 and above to funds benefitting the School of Medicine

Fred Rahal, M’59, H’62, Richard Wenzel, M.D., and his wife Jo Gail with George Vetrovec, M.D.

Drs. Michel B., H’00 and Sharline Z., H’09 Aboutanos Dr. Carol F. Adair, H’85 Dr. Barbara H. Amaker, F’98 Dr. Roberto Aportela, H’83 Dr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Arthur, H’94


Thank you Dr. Mary F. Basco, H’01 Dr. and Mrs. William Beers, H’03 Dr. James M. Betts, H’78 Dr. Erika M. Blanton, H’73 Dr. and Mrs. Alan Bolash, H’83 Dr. Lisa K. Brath, H’96 Dr. Peter Brennan, F’85 Dr. and Mrs. William H. Brewer, H’77 Dr. Clifton L., H’03 and Mrs. Allison S. Bridges Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Brown, H’68 Dr. Michael R. Cannon, H’05 Dr. Gail M. Capel, H’83 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Cardea, H’73 Dr. and Ms. Charles L. Cooke, H’68 Dr. John J. Dashiell, H’02, H’04 Dr. Tracey C. Deal, H’97 Drs. Mark E., H’85 and Georgean G., H’84 DeBlois Dr. Evelio DeHoyos-Guevara, H’65 Dr. Joseph M. Deignan, H’68 Dr. Alan W. Dow, H’04 Dr. William M. Dunlap, H’69, H’73 Dr. Zach Ellis, H’04 Dr. and Mrs. William R. Fields, H’69, H’70 Drs. Robert, H’77 and Marcella, H’73, F’74 Fierro Dr. Timothy J. Finnegan, H’05 Dr. Skottowe B. Fishburne, Jr., H’66 Dr. Diane Franchi, H’00 Dr. Douglas S. Franzen, H’04 Drs. Todd, H’87 and Lynn, H’08 Gehr Dr. Vera Y. Genina, H’98 Dr. and Mrs. Enrique Gerszten, H’63 Dr. Mario Guajardo, H’66 Dr. John M. Guice, H’92 Dr. Robert H. Hackler, H’65 Dr. Mary Helen Hackney, F’94 Dr. Vincent D. Hamilton, H’77 Dr. Jiho J. Han, H’91, F’95 Dr. Thomas Hardy, H’77 Dr. Jacquelin M. Harrison, H’54 and Mrs. Mary Belle O. Harrison Dr. Jacquelyn P. Hogge, H’94 Dr. Lawrence D. Hopkins, H’81 Dr. Gary M. Hunninghake, H’03 Dr. J. David Ingram, H’89 Dr. William E. Jefferson III, H’92 Dr. Alice N. Jesudian, H’97 Dr. Iver Kasenetz, H’80 Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Kim, H’00 Dr. and Mrs. James D. Kinard, H’93 Dr. Frederick A. Klein, H’80 Dr. Stephen R. Koller, H’73 Drs. Karsten, H’76 and Hazle, H’77 Konerding Dr. Hermes A. Kontos, H’62, PhD’67 Dr. Geoffrey B. Kostiner, H’01 Dr. Richard Kubota, H’86 Dr. Scot A. LeBolt, H’88 Dr. William G. Liekweg, Jr., H’72, H’77 Dr. Harry R Lippman, H’80 Dr. Stylianos Lomvardias, H’71 Dr. Georganne Long, H’88 Dr. Edward A. Longo, H’63 Dr. Lynn E. MacDougall, H’94

Faculty, Friends and Parents Gifts of $100 and above to funds benefitting the School of Medicine

Percy Wootton, M’57, H’60, F’63, and Jane Pendleton Wootton, M’65, H’89, with Jolene Johnson, Michelle Whitehurst-Cook, M’79, H’82, and Harry Johnson, M’53.

Dr. Daniel N. Masica, H’80 Dr. H. Davis Massey, PhD’96, H’01 Dr. Walter Mayer, H’55 Dr. J. Dickinson McGavic, H’66, H’68 Dr. Georgia N. McIntosh, H’04 Dr. Christianne P. McLean, H’08 Dr. Donald D. McNeill, H’70 Dr. Richard M. Morrison, H’67 Drs. Leonard C. Moses, F’93 and Bethany L. Denlinger, H’95 Dr. Suhail Nasim, H’98 Dr. Paul Nassab, H’05 Dr. and Mrs. Heber H. Newsome, H’70 Dr. Julia R. Nunley, H’96 Dr. Franklin B. Olney, H’72 Dr. Jaime J. Palacios, H’66 Dr. Catherine L. Palmer, H’00 Dr. Sam Park, H’82 Dr. Boyd L. Parks, H’87 Dr. and Mrs. John M. Pellock, H’73 Dr. and Mrs. Joshua A. Perkel, H’05 Dr. Carlos E. Picone, H’98 Dr. and Mrs. James A. Piper, H’86 Dr. and Mrs. Jules Plafker, H’69 Dr. Carolyn C. Port, H’05 Dr. Nathan H. Rabhan, H’78 Dr. Maria R. Ramos, H’90 Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon M. Retchin, H’79 Dr. Kathryn Rizzo, H’04 and Mr. James D. Hipple Dr. Paul F., H’73 and Mrs. Barbara A. Schellhammer Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Miles Schiller, H’69, H’72

Drs. Curtis N. Sessler, F’85 and Pamela E. Kiser Dr. K. Angela S. Shiel, H’78 Dr. Barry W. Sigal, H’85, F’87 Dr. Joel J. Silverman, H’73 Drs. Neena Singh, H’83 and Gurpal Bhuller Dr. and Mrs. Darryl R. Smith, H’81 Drs. Thomas J. Smith, F’89 and Joann N. Bodurtha Drs. Richard K. Sterling, F’94, MS’07 and Ann D. Auletta, H’92 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander Szucs, H’90 Dr. Erin Thibault, H’06 Dr. C. Kent Titus, H’72 Dr. Alexandru E. Trutia, H’01 Dr. Stanley C. Tucker, H’74 Dr. Mary Ann Turner, H’75 Dr. Alex B. Valadka, H’93 Dr. John S. Van Hoose, H’94 Dr. Norman M. Verhoog, H’86 Dr. and Mrs. Jim H. Vinson, H’86 Dr. Weili Weng, H’98 Dr. Emile E. Werk, Jr., H’48 Dr. Kurt H. Wetzler, H’99 Dr. Robert M. White, H’83, F’84 Dr. and Mrs. Armistead M. Williams, H’58 Dr. William S. Wise, H’76 Dr. Norman M. Woldorf, H’71 Dr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Wolfgang, H’79 Dr. Susan Wolver, H’06 Dr. Alice H. Wong, MPH’98, H’98 Dr. Edwin Wortham IV, H’48 Dr. L. Marian Wouters, H’66 Dr. Juddi C. Yeh, H’08

Dr. and Mrs. Francois Abboud Dr. Robert A. Adler Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Aggen Dr. Stig Agurell Dr. Razia S. Ahmad Mr. and Ms. Thomas F. Anderson, Jr. Mr. Joe Appelmann Drs. Bob A. and Felice M. Archuleta Ms. Joan S. Arenstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Arenstein Dr. James A. Arrowood and Ms. Catherine Howard Dr. Juan A. Astruc Dr. Juan A. Astruc, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William H. Atwill Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bailey Ms. Joan M. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bayard Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Behrle Mr. Dennis I. Belcher, Esquire Mr. James F. Betts, deceased Drs. Cecelia and N. Douglas Boardman Dr. Katherine C. Bobbitt Dr. Dina S. Boettcher Dr. Peter A. Boling Dr. and Mrs. Elwood B. Boone Dr. Joseph F. and Mrs. Mary Borzelleca Dr. Samir B. G. Boutros Mr. McGuire Boyd Ms. Imelda Brar Mrs. Joanne R. Brinkley, deceased Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Britt Mr. Austin Brockenbrough III and Mrs. Jane Bockenbrough Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Brooke Mrs. Dorothy R. Brotherton Dr. Donald S. Brown Mrs. Selma G. Brown Mr. Benedict G. Bruno Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bryan Dr. Linda and Mr. Barry Buchanan Ms. Meta E. Buehler Mr. Robert L. Burrus, Jr. SGT and Mrs. Joseph Wade Burton Mr. Michael J. Byrne Mr. Myron E. Cale Ms. Barbara A. Call Dr. James Carraway Mr. and Mrs. James Scott Carreras Mr. and Mrs. James P. Carreras, Jr. Ms. Ivy Carroll Mrs. Dianne D. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cassanos Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Catlett, Jr. Mrs. Sharon S. Catlett Dr. Alberto Chalmeta Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chappell Dr. and Mrs. Fang-Ting Chiu Dr. Shao-Ru Cho Mrs. Margaret R. Christian Mr. Douglas A. Cifu and Mrs. Melissa B. Lautenberg Mr. John L. Cifu Dr. Robert A Clark, MD

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Thank you for your generosity to the School of Medicine. Major Gift Donors of $10,000 or more benefitting the School of Medicine Dean’s Club donors of $10,000 or more to the Annual Fund Distinguished Aesculapian Fellows of $5,000 - $9,999 to the Annual Fund Senior Aesculapian Fellows of $2,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Fund Aesculapian Fellows of $1,000 - $2,499 to the Annual Fund Warner Club M.D. graduates of the last 10 years who have given $500 - $999 to the Annual Fund Reunion Class Years M

Medical Alumnus

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Cobb Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen Ms. Anne H. Cole Mr. and Mrs. James B. Comey Ms. Kimberley A. Cooke Dr. Kevin R. Cooper Mr. Lawrence N. Cooper Dr. Linda A. Corey Mr. John T. Corritone and Mrs. Deborah Day-Corritone Drs. Richard and Linda Costanzo Mr. Donald Costello Mr. James E. Covington, Jr. and Mrs. Jane E. Covington Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Craigie Mrs. Cynthia S. Crawford Mrs. Linda J. Crawford Mr. John William Crews Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Crone Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cronly III Ms. Christine N. Dao Mr. and Mrs. Charlie B. Davidson III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De La Merced Mr. Alberto E. Delacruz and Mrs. Maria Angela Catolico Dr. and Mrs. Peter Densen Mr. Paul A. DeTrana Mr. and Mrs. Wilson L. Dickerson III Mr. Thomas E. Dickey Mr. Dalton Dietrich and Ms. Helen M. Bramlett Ms. Leah B. Dorman Dr. John C. Doswell II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglass Dr. Robert W. Downs and Ms. Carol L. Hampton Mrs. Ema Dragoescu Drs. Michael B. Edmond and Laurie J. Lyckholm Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Edmunds II Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Edwards Mr. and Mrs. William J. Edwards, Jr.

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Asena Madison, M’10, a recipient of the A. Jarrell Raper Memorial Scholarship, with Gwynn Raper Litchfield and David Litchfield, M’58. The scholarship was established by Mrs. Litchfield’s family.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Wallace Edwards, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton Eggleston, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Ellenbogen Mr. Javier Ena Mr. and Mrs. Pete Epstein Mrs. Nenita O. Estrera Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Everette Dr. Olga V.B. and Mr. Edward A. Fallin Dr. Howard A. Fetner Mrs. Barbara S. Fitch Mr. John C. Fitch Mr. and Ms. David Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Fleury Mr. Edward L. Flippen Ms. Candace L. Floyd Dr. George D. Ford Dr. Frazier T. Fortenberry, Jr. Dr. Allan and Mrs. Patricia C. Frederickson Dr. Carol V. Freer Dr. Carleton T. Garrett Mr. Donald C. Gehring Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gennarelli Mr. K. Gray Gentil, Jr. Dr. Angela Gentili Dr. Aaron Gerszten Dr. Peter and Mrs. Kristina Gerszten Dr. Robert E. Gerszten and Ms. Elena B. Olson Dr. Jamshid Ghajar Dr. Shobha and Mr. Siddhartha Ghosh Ms. Kimberly K. Giancaspro Mr. and Mrs. George M. Gibrall, Sr. Dr. William S. Gillen Dr. and Mrs. William M. Gleason Mrs. Diana Godlewski Dr. Robert F. Goldsboro Ms. Heather Golin Dr. and Mrs. Fairfield Goodale Drs. Mark and Kelly Gottschalk Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gottwald Mr. Floyd D. Gottwald, Jr. and Ms. Helga K. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gray Mr. Kenneth L. Greene Dr. Margaret M. Grimes Mr. Howard L. Guld

Dr. Jack M. Gwaltney, Jr. Mr. and Ms. Christopher J. Habenicht Mr. Raymond G. Haddad Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hafner Mr. Brenton S. and Mrs. Lindsay G. Halsey Mr. and Ms. James C. Hamilton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Hamory Mr. Michael A. Hamway Dr. and Mrs. John W. Harbison Mr. Frank D. Hargrove Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Harney Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Harrigan Dr. and Mrs. Louis S. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Roger O. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Neil D. Helfrich Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. B. Forace Hill Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hill Mrs. Edward S. Hirschler, deceased Ms. Edna S. Hopkins Mr. Fenton N. Hord Mrs. Kathy Hornsby Dr. and Mrs. J. Shelton Horsley Ms. Jean A. Hovey Ms. Ann M. Huggins Ms. Paula Huggins Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Hughes III Ms. Shelly Higgins Hughes Dr. Steven J. Hulecki Ms. Joan F. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Deke Iglehart Mrs. Eleanor M. Irvin Mrs. Virginia C. Jackson Mr. Julian B. Jacobs, Martha Jacobs Goodman and Paul W. Jacobs II Mr. Carl Jasperse Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Johnson Mr. Sigrid Johnson Mrs. Bambi S. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Adoff W. Karchmer Ms. Donna Katen Dr. Gary Katz Mrs. Carol M. Kaunzner Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Kay, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy W. Kinsey, Jr.

Dr. Warren W. Koontz, Jr. Ms. Denise Kozel Dr. William M. Kramer Mrs. Lois S. Kumpers Dr. George Kunos Drs. D. S. and Mario Kuperminc Dr. Anton J. Kuzel Mr. Jeffrey L. Lake and Mrs. Jill Ellen McDaniel Ms. Michelle H. Lally Mrs. Jean W. Lane Dr. Nancy F. Langston Mrs. Sandra D. E. Lankford Ms. Sally S. Laughon, deceased Dr. Walter Lawrence, Jr. Mr. Thomas M. Leahy III Dr. and Mrs. Preston H. Leake Dr. Edward J. Lesnefsky and Ms. Deborah L. Nelson Mr. E. H. Lester, deceased Dr. Hsieh-Shong Leu Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Levine Mr. and Mrs. Jay Levit Mr. John B. and Mrs. Judith Brown Levy Ms. Margaret M. Libonati Dr. Aron H. Lichtman Mr. James R. Listen Mr. Wu Lixing Dr. Roger M. Loria Mr. Jonathan Lubliner Mr. and Mrs. James M. Lumpkin Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mack Mr. Thomas A. Mackey Mr. Albert Magnin, Jr. Dr. James W. Maher Dr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Mandell Dr. Francine Marciano-Cabral Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Markel Dr. J. Jeffrey Marshall Mrs. Anne B. Martin Ms. Josephine B. Martinez Mr. John S. Massad, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Massey Mrs. Janet H. Mauck Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Mazmanian Mr. Andrew K. McAllister Mr. J. Robert McAllister III Mr. William K. McAllister Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. McCarthy Mr. C. Bruce and Mrs. Celeste McDaniel Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. McDowell Mr. John L. McElroy, Jr. and Mrs. Sorrel M. McElroy Dr. Owen C. McFadden Mr. David J. McKittrick Mr. Alexander B. McMurtrie, Jr. Mr. Matthew V. Merola Drs. Cynthia and James Messmer Mr. and Mrs. C. Marvin Miller Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Miller III Ms. Mary M. Millhiser Mrs. Judy R. Mondy Ms. E. Scott Moore Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Moore Mrs. Susannah P. Morten Dr. and Mrs. William B. Moskowitz Dr. and Mrs. Prashant Kumar Mukerjee


Thank you Dr. Paul J. Munson Mr. and Mrs. William Murdock Ms. Celia Murray Mr. John A. Nemeth Dr. Mary Nettleman and Mr. Scott T. Maxwell Mrs. Hang Nguyen Mr. Thomas Nolan and Ms. Laura J. McTaggart Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Nolen, Jr. Mrs. Gloria J. Oates Mrs. Joan O. Oates Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Olson Mrs. Jessie Binford Osterud Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Pace Dr. Roman Pallares Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Panos Mr. Stanley F. Pauley Mr. Edson Pederson and Ms. Sharon Larkins-Pederson Dr. Robert P. Perens Mrs. Trish M. Perl-Delisle and Mr. Sylvain Delisle Ms. Barbara R. Peskin Drs. Roy W. Pickens and Dace Svikis-Pickens Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Picone Mr. and Mrs. C. Rainey Piercy, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Andy G. Pinson Mr. Anthony R. Piro Mr. and Mrs. H. Merrill Plaisted III Ms. Suzanne C. Pollard Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pollock Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pusey Ms. Frances B. Raphael Ms. Janet H. Rash Dr. James E. Ratliff Ms. Marika Rawles Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larus Reed, Jr. Mr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Alita Reed

Dr. Jeffrey Rein Dr. and Mrs. Michael F. Rein Mr. David P. Reynolds Dr. Roger S. Riley Mr. Richard A. Rodriguez Mrs. Joanne K. Roos Mr. and Mrs. William D. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Rosenthal Dr. and Mrs. Louis F. Rossiter Mrs. Berta Rothfeld Dr. Linda Ryder Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saks Mrs. Maria C. Satterfield Mr. Conrad F. Sauer III Dr. Stephen T. Sawyer Mr. Felice R. Scheff Dr. and Mrs. Anton C. Schoolwerth Ms. Susan Schotz Dr. Regina Schwabe Mrs. Meredith Stanley Scott Mr. S. Buford and Mrs. Susan Bailey Scott Drs. Hugo and Edith Seibel Mr. and Mrs. W. David Sellers Mr. Harry Shaia, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sherrill Ms. Leslie A. Shimer Ms. Betsy W. Shires Dr. Thomas J. Shula Mrs. Dawn Marie Siegel Dr. Parbhur Singh Drs. Aristides Sismanis and Anna R. Sismani Mr. and Mrs. Mark Skroupa Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slabe Mrs. Bernice W. Slipow Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Smith Mrs. Barbara J. Smith Mr. Joe O. Smith and Mrs. Lauretta C. Clough

Dr. Wade K. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder Dr. Neil A. Sonenklar and Mrs. Anne H. Woods Mrs. Artemis Spanos Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Spellman Ms. Wendy A. Sprout Mr. James H. Starkey III and Mrs. Sandra Lee Starkey Mr. Leon Stepanian, Jr. Mr. Arthur F. Stocker, deceased The Honorable Walter A. Stosch Dr. and Mrs. Jerome F. Strauss III Mr. Adam Sullivan Ms. Emily Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Page H. Sutherland Mrs. Irene Sutton Ms. Theresa M. Swann Mr. and Mrs. John H. Texter Ms. Kathy E. Thomas Ms. Rosalind F. Thune CAPT Robert R. Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Tullidge, Sr. Mrs. Virginia Guest Valentine Mr. William J. Vanthunen Dr. George W. Vetrovec Dr. Sonia K. Vlahcevic Mr. Frank Vocci, Jr. Dr. Norbert F. Voelkel Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O. Volles Drs. Sukhwant and Gurmukh Walha Ms. Irene K. Ward Ms. Claudia H. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Watkins Mr. Francis M. Watson III and Ms. Mary K. Hale Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas Webb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Webb Ms. Gertrude Weber Dr. Paul H. Wehman

Mr. James L. Weinberg Ms. Allison P. Weinstein Mr. Marcus M. and Mrs. Carole M. Weinstein Mr. John and Mrs. Alice Wenzel Dr. Richard P. Wenzel Mr. and Mrs. Alden A. West Mr. James A. White Mrs. Sue E. Whited Ms. Cynthia Whittaker Mr. Leslie C. Widmyer Dr. Jenny L. Wiley Dr. David S. Wilkinson Mrs. Betty H. Williams Mrs. Ann H. Williamson Mr. Thomas W. Williamson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Wilson Mr. E. Carlton Wilton, Jr. Mr. James M. Wiltshire, Jr., deceased Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Wiltshire Mrs. Carolyn Levey Winks Miss Isabella G. Witt Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wood Mr. C. Kenneth and Mrs. Dianne Harris Wright Mr. Watson H. Wright and Mrs. E. Allison Scott Wright Mr. Daniel Yang Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Yang Dr. and Mrs. Byron Young Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Yow Mr. and Mrs. Charng-Jer Yu Mr. John G. Zehmer, Jr. and Mrs. Frances N. Zehmer Dr. Wil A. and Mrs. Helen B. Zuelzer

New Arrivals in the Development and Alumni Relations Office Amy Lane is a new addition to the medical school’s development effort. As a senior major gifts officer, she will help secure private support for the school’s strategic objectives. Amy comes to the School of Medicine from the university’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations. A Virginia native, Amy holds a Ph.D. from the College of William and Mary, a master’s degree from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University.

A returning staffer is Jodi T. Smith who has rejoined the School of Medicine Development Office team as the director of alumni engagement. Prior to taking time off to spend time with her children, she was the medical school’s assistant director of development from 1999-2005. Jodi is a native Richmonder who graduated from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland.

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White Coat Celebration Each year, the incoming students participate in the White Coat Ceremony. A celebration of the students’ entry into the medical profession, it’s where they receive their first white coats and, together, recite the Oath of Hippocrates. A video crew was on hand to capture the students’ thoughts on the important day. Here’s what some of them had to say.

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Every step you take is just a new inspiration. I can not believe I’m actually living my dream. 2

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To get up on that stage and get that white coat, it means the world. It’s amazing. Want to see more of what the incoming students have to say about starting medical school? Go to http://www.medschool.vcu.edu/stories/white_coat_2010.html

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1 Roshan George and Benson Joseph | 2 Husband and wife, and now classmates, Jeremy and Allison Powers | 3 Garrett Wren | 4 Alicia Bell | 5 Priyam Vyas | 6 Class of 2014 | 7 Dean of Medicine Dr. Jerry Strauss with Dustin Larsen | 8 Amber Tucker

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The Next Generation

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Medicine was something that I really felt was my calling. We hope to change the world.

Each year, the medical school is pleased to see legacy students join the class ranks. This year, nine students celebrated with parents who are alumni or faculty of the medical school. Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Wilhelm Zuelzer, M.D., with his son David A. Zuelzer, M’14; Sima Parikh, M’09, with her sister Sonal Parikh, M’14; Kathryn L. Shaia, M’14, whose grandfather William H. Shaia, M’45, is deceased; Kaitlyn L. Stortz, M’14, whose uncle Mark Jobe, M’81, HS’88, was unable to attend (Kaitlyn has additional connections to the MCV Campus

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through her late grandfather J.T. Jobe III and uncle J.T. Jobe IV who both graduated from the dental school); Bryan T. Jarrett, M’14, whose grandfather Marion F. Jarrett, M’39, is deceased; Ted C. Schaffer, M’79, with

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Virginians States represented; after Virginia, the heaviest representation is from California.

his daughter Monica C. Schaffer, M’14; Thomas Winston Gouldin, M’54, and Eleanor Gouldin, Nursing’53, with their daughter Susan Pearson, Pharmacy’79, their granddaughter Meredith M. Pearson, M’14, and sonin-law Barry Pearson, Pharmacy’79 (Meredith is the 13th member of her family to attend an MCV Campus school); Catherine Pearson, M’14, with her father John Pearson, H’81; and David E. Smith, M’14, with his grandfather David D. Smith, M’54.

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Save the date for Reunion Weekend April 15-17, 2011

Classes ending in ’6s and ’1s – mark your calendar! Reunite with your medical class, revisit campus buildings and make new memories. Reunion Weekend promises to be a great gathering of MCV Campus friends, kicking off with Friday evening’s Class Parties and culminating with a reception that will bring you back to campus – on the Egyptian Building Plaza! Do You Know How to Throw a Great Party? Friday evening’s class dinners will give you the chance to reunite with your classmates. If you would like to volunteer to serve as your class representative, host your class event or assist with its planning, please contact Jodi T. Smith, director of alumni engagement for the School of Medicine, at jtsmith@vcu.edu. Get Back into the Classroom! You can earn up to 6.75 credit hours on Saturday, April 16, at the medical school’s day-long CME course. Designed to update you on a broad variety of fields, it will cover topics as diverse as robotics, pediatrics and diabetes. Look for a brochure with more info to be mailed this winter.

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Build a Legacy! Reunion Class Giving is on its way to becoming an MCV Campus tradition. As Reunion 2011 draws closer, you’ll receive info about joining with your Class to make a special gift to the School of Medicine. Many of last year’s attendees marked their Reunion with a first-time gift or by increasing their annual contribution. Either way, you’ll make an impact on your alma mater.

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