PROFESSORS EMERITI PROFESSORS CLINICAL PROFESSORS

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Neurology

NEUROLOGY FACULTY

The Department of Neurology acquaints students with diseases

Randall R. Long, BA, Duke, 1970; PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1975; MD, 1976

CLINICAL PROFESSOR AND CHAIR AD INTERIM

that affect the nervous system and equips them with fundamental skills in clinically relevant neuroscience, neurologic diagnosis and management. This instruction is designed for students entering all branches of medicine, since neurological disorders are common among patients in virtually every medical specialty. During the first year, medical students learn neuroanatomy and physical diagnosis in courses that stress clinical correlations

PROFESSORS EMERITI

*Israel F. Abroms, MBBCh, Witwatersrand, 1956 Elliott M. Marcus, BA, Yale, 1954; MD, Tufts, 1958 DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR

of neuroanatomic principles. A second-year neuroscience course,

David A. Drachman, AB, Columbia, 1952; MD, NYU, 1956

Mind, Brain and Behavior II, introduces students to nervous sys-

PROFESSORS

biology and neuro-oncology. Clinical research interests include

David Chad, BS, McGill, 1970; MD, 1974 Marc Fisher, BS, Cornell, 1970; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1974 *Edward I. Ginns, BS, Rensselaer, 1967; PhD, 1971; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1976 *Paul C. Marshall, BS, Boston College, 1966; MD, Jefferson Medical, 1970 David Paydarfar, BS, Duke, 1980; MD, North Carolina, 1985 Daniel A. Pollen, AB, Harvard, 1956; MD, 1960 William J. Schwartz, BS, California/Irvine, 1971; MD, California/San Francisco, 1974 *Thomas W. Smith, BS, Ohio State, 1968; MD, Cornell, 1972 *Merrill K. Wolf, BA, Yale, 1945; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1956

the neurology of aging and Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, Parkin-

CLINICAL PROFESSORS

son’s disease, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders and

Peter N. Riskind, MD, Southwestern, 1975; PhD, Texas Health Science, 1980 Jane C. Sargent, MD, Hahnemann, 1974

tem disorders, emphasizing observational methods, regional problems, specific diseases and clinical patterns. Clinical neurological problems also are explored in the second year. The major portion of clinical neurology instruction is carried out during the fourth-year Neurology clerkship. Students spend one month on the inpatient, consult or ambulatory service at one of the teaching hospitals affiliated with the Medical School. Seminars and lectures discussing major clinical problems are conducted weekly and elective programs are offered in the department’s clinical and basic research laboratories. Faculty basic research interests include the neurophysiology of vision, respiratory and circulatory control, molecular genetics, structure and function of nerve and muscle ion channels, neurodegeneration, basis of circadian rhythms, neural stem cell

cerebrovascular disease.

The largest training, research and clinical neurology facility in central New England, the Department of Neurology’s skilled faculty are engaged in a number of funded research programs, including investigations into the: physiology of the visual cortex; pathology of human neurodegenerative disorders and the genetic basis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease; molecular control of circadian functions and the molecular genetics of membrane channel function and dysfunction; and

*Joseph M. Tonkonogy, MD, Kirov Military Medical Academy, 1947; DSc, Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute (St. Petersburg), 1966 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

*Sheldon Benjamin, BS, Cincinnati, 1976; MD, 1980 Michael Glantz, BA, Brown, 1980; MD, 1984 Lawrence J. Hayward, BS, Washington, 1982; PhD, Baylor, 1987; MD, 1989 Sandra L. Horowitz, BS, McGill, 1972; MD, 1976 Majaz Moonis, MBBS, University College of Medical Sciences, 1981; MD, Maulana Azad, 1986 Joan M. Swearer, BA, MacAlester, 1979; MA, New School for Social Research, 1985; PhD, 1991 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Ursula E. Anwer, BS, Justis-Liebig, 1970; MS, Kansas State, 1973; MD, Technical, 1979 Isabelita R. Bella, BA, Bryn Mawr, 1985; MD, Pittsburgh, 1989 Nancy M. Fontneau, AB, Bowdoin, 1975; MS, Tufts, 1978; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Laurie E. Knepper, BA, Franklin & Marshall, 1981; MD, Pittsburgh, 1985 Michael S. Lavoie, BA, St. Michael’s, 1980; MA, California School of Professional Psychology, 1987; PhD, 1991 Ann L. Mitchell, BA, Radcliffe, 1974; MD, Mount Sinai, 1978 Thomas F. Mullins III, BA, Holy Cross, 1967; MD, Jefferson Medical, 1971 Jayant G. Phadke, MD, Mahatma Gandi, 1977; MD, Aberdeen, 1986 Catherine A. Phillips, BA, Oberlin, 1979; MD, California/San Francisco, 1983 Paula D. Ravin, BA, Yale, 1975; MD, Wayne State, 1980 William A. Tosches, BA, Holy Cross, 1967; MD, Loyola, 1971 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Ellen M. Deibert, BS, Trenton State, 1985; MD, Temple, 1993

*Joint appointment

central nervous system regulation of autonomic functions.

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Steven P. Donhowe, BA, Carleton, 1972; MD, Iowa, 1979 Martha A. Fehr, BA, Westminster, 1978; MS, Colorado State, 1982; MD, Colorado, 1986 Gary R. Keilson, BS, UMass Amherst, 1974; MS, Harvard, 1976; MD, Virginia, 1987 Alexander Kloman, BA, Dartmouth, 1980; MD, 1986 Lan Qin, MD, Capital Institute of Medicine (Bejing), 1986; PhD, Indiana, 1995 James F. Paskavitz, BA, Gordon, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1992 Cynthia B. Passarelli, BS, SUNY Albany, 1973; MD, Rush, 1979 Hoon Ryu, BS, Chonbuk National, 1987; MS, 1989; PhD, 1992 Ellen Salurand, BS, Toronto, 1979; MBA, York, 1983; MD, Albany Medical, 1992 Naren B. Sodha, MBBS, Bombei, 1970 G. Thomas Stowe, BS, Earlham, 1965; MD, Tufts, 1969 Mikhail Vydrin, MD, First Moscow, 1972; PhD, 1980 Marina Zaretskya, MD, Kiev State, 1986 CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Obstetrics & Gynecology The mission of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology is to deliver exemplary patient care in ambulatory and inpatient settings while providing The accomplished faculty of Obstetrics & Gynecology include: board of trustee members of the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the UMEC (Undergraduate Medical Education Committee);

cutting-edge education in obstetrics, gynecology and human reproduction. The primary objectives of the department are to: develop

president-elect and immediate past-president of the American Urogynecologic Society;

clinical care programs that are

APGO-Solvay fellowship scholars for three consecutive years; and

research that improves quality

specialists in gynecologic oncology, menopause, maternal-fetal medicine and urogynecology.

of patients and students; pro-

patient-focused; perform of future care and the education vide services that improve the quality of life in the community; and offer students

exposure to the academic and practical aspects of obstetrics, gynecology and related sub-specialties. The department provides students with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and clinical skills that are fundamental to the practice of women’s health. Reproductive pathophysiology is

Brian Dessureau, BA, Colgate, 1993; MA, Clark, 1997; PhD, 2001

taught in the first and second years of medical school. Also in the

RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

have a longitudinal experience with individual patients during

first year, the Maternal-Child Health Program allows students to

Cynthia M.J. Higgins, BS, UMass Lowell, 1988; MS, 1989; PhD, Sackler, 1996 Fuhai Li, MD, Luzhou, 1986; MS, West China, 1989

their pregnancy, delivery and early infant period. The major

AFFILIATES

with a single mentor during medical school through the Longitu-

Zahra Ayub, MBBS, Fatima Jinnah, 1987 Herbert G. Markley, BA, Johns Hopkins, 1968; MD, Maryland, 1972 INSTRUCTORS

Hoi Pang Low, BS, Campbell, 1982; MS, Georgia, 1990; PhD, 1996 Ashutosh Tiwari, BS, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1991; MS, Jamia Millia Lamia, 1993; PhD, Jawaharlal Nehru, 1999

clinical experience for medical students occurs during the sixweek, third-year clerkship in inpatient and ambulatory settings. Opportunities are also available for a continuing relationship dinal Preceptorship Program. Students develop history-taking and physical examination skills in both obstetrics & gynecology and the field’s four subspecialties. Communication, learning to be an educator and sensitivity to cultural issues are emphasized. The obstetric experience includes prenatal care, complicated pregnancy, normal and abnormal labor, childbirth and operative delivery. In gynecology, students learn about preventive reproductive health examinations, family planning, treatment of benign disease as well as cancers of the reproductive tract and infertility evaluations. The

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diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and incontinence are also covered. The department offers fourth-year electives and clerkships in gynecologic oncology, urogynecology, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, maternal-fetal medicine, ambulatory obstetrics and gynecology, and a flexible elective that allows students to create their own experience in the field. Students also participate in the educational components of the residency program. This program features innovative experiences in the gross anatomy laboratory; curricula in communication to referring physicians, patients and staff; and Medical Economics, which encompasses billing, coding and documentation, hospital and medical group economics, and state and federal health care policy and advocacy. Obstetrics & Gynecology is actively engaged in research in the areas of cancers of the reproductive tract, infertility outcomes, estrogen metabolism, pelvic floor disorders, urinary and anal incontinence, HIV infection in pregnancy, psychosocial stressors in pregnancy outcomes, multiple gestations, vaginal birth after cesarean section, perinatal epidemiology, occupational reproductive hazards and perinatal outcomes research. OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

Bruce A. Meyer, MD, Texas Health Sciences, 1984; MBA, Tennessee, 1999 PROFESSORS EMERITI

Richard E. Hunter, AB, Clark, 1941; MD, Boston, 1944 *Philip L. Townes, AB, Harvard, 1948; PhD, Rochester, 1953; MD, 1959

PROFESSORS

Michael P. Aronson, BA, Tufts, 1973; MD, 1985 Harrison G. Ball, BS, Saint Joseph’s, 1967; MD, Tufts, 1972 *Marianne E. Felice, BA, Carlow, 1966; MD, Hershey, 1972 Karen W. Green, BA, Rochester, 1968; MD, North Carolina, 1972 Thomas F. Halpin, BS, Boston College, 1959; MD, Harvard, 1963

*Thomas (T.J.) FitzGerald, BS, San Francisco, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980 Stephen B. Young, BA, Columbia, 1964; MD, George Washington, 1968 CLINICAL PROFESSOR

Machelle M. Seibel, BA, Texas, 1971; MD, 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

*Francis J. Bednarek, BS, King’s, 1966; MD, Loyola, 1970 Henry L. Kirkendall Jr., BS, Notre Dame, 1956; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1960 Patricia M. McShane, AB, St. Louis, 1971; MD, Tufts, 1977 Edward Peskin, BA, Wisconsin, 1970; MD, Washington, 1974 Jami M. Star, BA, Brown, 1981; MD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1986 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Robert E. Berry Jr., BA, Williams, 1979; MD, Virginia, 1983 Ellen M. Delpapa, BS, St. Elizabeth, 1980; MD, New Jersey, 1984 *Phyllis Pollack, BS, Michigan, 1972; MD, Harvard, 1977 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Alan J. Albert, BA, SUNY Binghamton, 1973; MD, Guadalajara, 1977 Patricia K. Aronson, BA, Brown, 1980; MD, Eastern Virginia Medical, 1983 H. Lee Bishop, BS, Miami, 1958; MD, Ohio, 1962 *Stephen A. Bean, BA, Hamilton, 1984; MS, Georgetown, 1986; MD, 1990

Annette H. Chen, BA, Johns Hopkins, 1988; MD, Harvard, 1992 *Alan J. Flint, BA, Tufts, 1985; MD, Pittsburgh, 1989; MPH, California/Berkeley, 1995 Matthew A. Esposito, BA, Williams, 1990; MD, Rochester, 1994 Mary M. Herlihy, BA, HarvardRadcliffe, 1982; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 Todd W. Hunter, AB, Colby, 1968; MD, Boston, 1973 Russell Johnson, BA, Harvard, 1953; MD, Pennsylvania, 1957 William J. McLaughlin, BA, Vermont, 1971; MS, Wayne State, 1973; MD, 1977 Aaron M. Mendel, BS, Michigan, 1981; MD, 1985 Tiffany A. Moore Simas, BA, Clark, 1996; MD, UMass Worcester, 2000 Abraham N. Morse, BA, Swarthmore, 1988; MD, Harvard, 1993 Brenda A. Neary, BS, Lowell, 1980; PhD, Sackler, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1990 Mark D. Nixon, BA, California/Santa Cruz, 1977; MD, 1988; PhD, 1993 Christopher J. Ollari, BS, Yale, 1992; MD, UMass Worcester, 1996 Debra M. Papa, BS, Siena, 1979; MD, Georgetown, 1983 *James W. Pellegrini, BS, UMass Boston, 1982; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Thomas B. Pokoly, MD, Toronto, 1965 *Jennifer L. Rylander, BS, Vermont, 1988; MD, Connecticut, 1994

*Joint appointment

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Gabrielle M. Reine, BS, UMass 1992; MD, UMass Worcester, 1996 Michael J. Shreefter, BA, Buffalo, 1968; MD, 1972 Dawn S. Tasillo, BA, Northwestern, 1995; MD, SUNY Health Science, 1999 *Joel H. Weiner, BA, Northern Illinois, 1975; BS, 1976; MD, Chicago Medical, 1980 *Stuart A. Weisberger, BS, Michigan, 1970; MS, 1972; MD, Cincinnati, 1980 Susan Zweizig, BA, California, 1980; MD, Harvard, 1985 Samuel Zylstra, BS, Houghton, 1970; MD, Antwerp, 1981 CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Robert R. Benner, BA, Washington & Jefferson, 1981; MS, Pittsburgh, 1983; MD, 1988 Andrea M. Bodine, BS, Hobart & William Smith, 1984; MD, Rochester, 1988 Herbert M. Kantor, BA, Middlebury, 1979; MD, East Tennessee State, 1984 B. Dale Magee, MD, SUNY Upstate, 1975; MPH, Dartmouth, 1998 Cassandra V. Service, BS, Georgia, 1992; MD, Pennsylvania State, 1996 AFFILIATES

Karen S. Ammerman, BA, SUNY Cortland, 1977; MD, Rochester, 1981 Don P. Deprez, BS, Cornell, 1970; MD, Tufts, 1977 Patrick P. Hogan, MBBCh, University College (Ireland), 1972 Patricia S. Jay, BS, Boston College, 1977; MD, UMass Worcester, 1981 Susan Kraft, BS, Illinois, 1974; MD, 1978 Michael N. Schatz, MA, Brandeis, 1961; MD, NYU, 1965 INSTRUCTORS

Mark A. Aversa, BS, St. Michael’s, 1977; MD, New York Medical, 1982 Patricia D Chernosky, BS, Union, 1992; MD, Albany Medical, 1995 Peter C. Davidow, MD, Tufts, 1986 Paul Dunn, BS, Harvard, 1976; MD, UMass Worcester, 1982

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John Farricy, BS, Boston College, 1969; MD, Georgetown, 1973 Abraham Fischer, MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Lisa Labin, BS, Notre Dame, 1995; MD, Boston, 2000 Joelle J. Lieman, BS, McGill, 1992; MD, Ross, 1998 Julia Y. Logan, BS, Yale, 1988; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 Jane A. Molinari, BA, Bucknell, 1986; MD, Connecticut, 1991 Maria Narducci, MD, Connecticut, 1991 Sheila B. Noone, BS, Worcester State, 1984; MPH, Boston, 1986; PhD, Union Institute, 2000 Katharine K. O’Dell, BA, Graceland, 1996; MS, Case Western Reserve, 1997 June Ramsaran, BA, Boston, 1982; MD, Royal College of Surgeons, 1988 Julie Sandruck, BS, Rochester, 1994; MS, Johns Hopkins, 1996; MD, Rochester, 2000 Elizabeth A. Spitznagel-Kopin, BA, North Carolina, 1977; BS, 1979; MD, 1983

Orthopedics & Physical Rehabilitation

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS

pediatrics, anesthesiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation,

Anthony C. Monteiro, BA, Saint Anselm, 1990; DO, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1995 Kerri E. Osterhaus, BA, Harvard, 1995; MD, UMass Worcester, 1999 Andrea M. Pezzella, BS, Syracuse, 1991; MD, St. Louis, 1996 Diane M. Pingeton, BS, Fitchburg State, 1982; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 Katherine A. Van Savage, BS, Boston College, 1990; MD, SUNY Syracuse, 1998

The elective program in the Department of Orthopedics & Physical Rehabilitation provides students with an opportunity to observe and participate in a clinical relationship with orthopedic surgeons. Students attend conferences at affiliated hospitals and participate in the surgical, office and emergency practices of preceptors who practice in communities throughout the state. UMMS offers two electives that require medicine and surgery clerkships. The first, recommended for fourth-year students who intend to pursue a residency in orthopedic surgery, is an in-depth course in musculo-skeletal disorders, emphasizing inpatient and outpatient emergency diagnosis and management of a variety of conditions. Students will gain experience in diagnostic methods, surgical procedures, postoperative care and non-operative measures. The second elective is recommended for fourth-year students who intend to pursue a residency other than orthopedic surgery, such as family practice, rheumatology, neurology, radiology, plastic surgery, emergency medicine, occupational medicine and infectious diseases. It is an in-depth and faculty-supervised overview of outpatient musculoskeletal problems that aims to develop skills in history taking, physical examination, and diagnosis and treatment of a broad spectrum of musculo-skeletal diseases. ORTHOPEDICS & PHYSICAL REHABILITATION FACULTY CHAIR

Arthur M. Pappas, MD, Chair in Orthopedics David C. Ayers, BS, Tufts, 1979; Rochester, 1982 PROFESSORS

Daniel T. Baran, BS, Boston College, 1968; MD, Rochester, 1973 Norman E. Beisaw, AB, Bowdoin, 1958; MD, NYU, 1962 Thomas P. Goss, AB, Dartmouth, 1968; BMS, 1969; MD, Harvard, 1971

Arthur M. Pappas, AB, Harvard, 1953; MD, Rochester, 1957 Gerald G. Steinberg, BA, Rutgers, 1965; MD, Albert Einstein, 1969 CLINICAL PROFESSORS

Patrick J. Connolly, BS, Columbia, 1980; MD, Northwestern, 1984 Walter J. Leclair, AB, Boston, 1975; UMass Worcester, 1979 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Carlton M. Akins, AB, Harvard, 1962; MD, 1966 Thomas F. Breen, BA, Williams, 1976; MD, Vermont, 1981 Brian D. Busconi, AB, Harvard, 1985; MD, Tufts, 1989

Patricia Franklin, AB, Holy Cross, 1979; MD, Rochester, 1983; MBA, 1986; MPH, 1989 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Laurence D. Cohen, BA, Wesleyan, 1963; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1967 Henry Degroot III, BA, Chicago, 1982; MD, Pritzker, 1987 Kirk H. Johnson, BA, Tufts, 1973; MD, Vermont, 1977 Lance G. Warhold, BS, Scranton, 1981; MD, Hahnemann, 1985 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Richard C. Anderson, BA, Amherst, 1984; MD, Brown, 1993 Kaushik Bagchi, SB, MIT, 1990; MD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1995 Dahari Brooks, BS, Rochester, 1992; MD, Cornell, 1996 Michael A. Brown, BS, MIT, 1991; MD, Georgetown, 1995 Nicola A. DeAngelis, AB, Harvard, 1993; MD, UMass Worcester, 1998 Paul J. Fanning, BS, Merrimack, 1986; PhD, Harvard, 1999 David M. Grygier, BFA, Miami, 1977; MFA, 1980; MD, SUNY, 1990 Hwa H. Hsieh, MD, Kaohsiung, 1967 Philip J. Lahey Jr., BS, Holy Cross, 1969; MD, Tufts, 1973 Jeffrey N. Metzmaker, BS, St. Louis, 1970; MD, Baylor, 1973 Errol S. Mortimer, BS, McGill, 1982; MD, 1986

Orthopedics & Physical Rehabilitation features worldclass, comprehensive and multidisciplinary subspecialty centers of excellence for central New England, including the: Arthritis and Joint Replacement Center, a patientcentered program dedicated to arthritis and joint pain; Foot and Ankle Center and the Hand/Upper Extremity Center, staffed by physicians and hand therapists to offer a full range of diagnostic and treatment options; Pediatric Orthopedic Center and the Sports Medicine Center, including the Shoulder Service, dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all athletic injuries; and Spine Center, a state-of-the-art facility offering expert care for congenital, degenerative and traumatic spinal disorders in adults and children.

Raymond J. Chagnon, BA, Assumption, 1974; MD, Vermont, 1978 Russell W. Cournoyer Jr., BS, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 1974; DPM, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, 1984 John George, DPM, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, 1964 Marshall Katzen, BA, Cornell, 1968; MD, Tufts, 1972 Jonathan J. Scarlet, BA, Hunter, 1964; MS, Long Island, 1967; DPM, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, 1976 Henry M. Toczylowski Jr., BS, U.S. Military Academy, 1968; MD, UMass Worcester, 1979 Joseph A. Veneziano, BS, St. John’s, 1963; MD, New York Medical, 1967 INSTRUCTORS

James Nairus, BS Holy Cross, 1991; MD, Cincinnati, 1995 Francis D. O’Connell, AB, Harvard, 1957; MD, Columbia, 1961 Gary L. Peters, BS, Springfield, 1974; MD, UMass Worcester, 1978 A. Jerome Philbin, BA, Harvard, 1968; MD, Cincinnati, 1973 William D. Shea, BS, St. Francis Xavier, 1960; MD, Ottawa, 1964 Yvonne A. Shelton, BA, Princeton, 1979; MD, George Washington, 1984

Gregory A. Taggart, BS, UMass Amherst, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1989 Robert Q. Terrill, BA, Bowdoin, 1979; MD, Texas, 1984 John J. Wixted, BS, West Point, 1990; MD, UMass Worcester, 1997 AFFILIATES

Peter P. Anas, BS, MS, Tufts, 1971; MD, UMass Worcester, 1975 Albert A. Bravo, BS, Cornell, 1980; DPM, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, 1984

Roland R. Caron, BS, Hampden College of Pharmacy, 1947; MD, Laval, 1959 Donald H. Hangen, BA, Williams, 1982; MD, Stanford, 1987 Israel S. Hurwitz, BA, Cornell, 1952; MD, Tufts, 1956 Steven H. Sewall, MD, Cornell, 1965 Markian D. Stecyk, BA, Boston, 1978; MD, Tufts, 1982 Harvey A. Taylor, BS, CUNY, 1965; MD, SUNY, 1969

*Joint appointment

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Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery The Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery—

OTOLARYNGOLOGY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

William G. Lavelle, BS, Marquette, 1963; MD, California/San Francisco, 1967

strives to acquaint students with the many clinical issues affecting

PROFESSOR

the ears, nose and throat, including both benign and malignant

Richard R. Gacek, BS, Notre Dame, 1952; MD, Buffalo, 1956

diseases of the head and neck. In the third year, students rotate through the otolaryngology clinics during the subspecialty portion of their Surgery clerkship. The faculty also presents a didactic series on the principles of head and neck surgery. Included are lectures and case presentations highlighting the major subdivisions of general and pediatric

CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Daniel Y. Kim, BA, Boston, 1976; MD, Rutgers, 1980 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Jeffrey R. Fine, BS, Dickinson, 1962; MD, Hahnemann, 1966

otolaryngology, endoscopic sinus surgery, otologic and skull base surgery, cochlear implantation in children and adults, and head and neck oncologic

CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

John A. Loiodice, BS, Long Island, 1970; MD, Wayne State, 1976 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Anthony A. Carboni, BS, UMass Amherst, 1989; EdD, American International; MA, Clark, 2003 Sarah Poissant, BA, Vermont, 1992; MA, Connecticut, 1994; PhD, 1999 AFFILIATES

With its clinical partner, UMass Memorial Health Care, Otolaryngology features:

surgery and reconstruction. An elective fourth-year clerkship is also offered for interested students who intend to pursue a career in otolaryngology or who wish to enter other fields but develop and refine their otolaryngologic diagnostic skills. Students work in both the outpatient and inpatient setting, participating in diagnosis, treatment and management of otolaryngologic problems and in a wide variety of surgical procedures and postoperative management. Research electives are also available.

James P. Hughes, BS, Michigan, 1967; MD, Wayne State, 1971; MBA, Clark, 1992; MHA, 1994 Syed Y. Kamil, MD, Khyber Medical, 1985 Daniel J. Lee, BA Columbia, 1990; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1995

a rapidly growing cochlear implant program that provides thorough evaluation and screening, surgery and extensive rehabilitation services for patients; a site for FDA clinical trials of new implants that is constantly evaluating and implementing the most advanced hearing technologies and equipment; and original research that will advance the cochlear implant knowledge base and result in improved services for all cochlear implant recipients.

Min S. Ahn, BA, Harvard, 1989; MD, George Washington, 1994 Stuart H. Bentkover, AB, Princeton, 1970; MD, Mount Sinai, 1974 John R. Bogdasarian, BA, Harvard, 1966; MD, Columbia, 1970 Andrea C. Chiaramonte, BA, Miami, 1990; MD, MPH, New York Medical, 1994 Neri Holzer, BA, NYU, 1970; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1974 Ralph A. Iannuzzi, BS, Brandeis, 1977; MD, UMass Worcester, 1982 Cheong H. Kim, MD, Seoul, 1963 Clarence E. Kylander, BS, Pittsburgh, 1956; MD, 1960 Jon B. Liland, MD, Bergen, 1967 Joseph H. Oyer, BS, Michigan State, 1971; MD, 1975 Jonathon S. Sillman, BS, Stanford, 1981; MD, Harvard, 1985 David B. Wexler, BA, Case Western Reserve, 1980; MD, Stanford, 1985 INSTRUCTOR

Todd B. Sauter, BS, UMass Amherst, 1996; MA, 1998

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Pathology The Department of Pathology offers second-year medical students their first formal encounter with disease. It begins with a seven-week introduction to the basic manifestations of disease at the cellular and tissue levels (General Pathology) and continues with an analysis of specific diseases as they affect all organs and systems (Systemic Pathology). This latter section is taught in an integrated manner with the

Pathology faculty have been widely recognized for their commitment to medical students through a number of UMMS teaching awards, including the: Lamar Soutter Award for Excellence in Medical Education;

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR

Educational Achievement Star Award;

Irwin Leav, BA, Ohio State, 1959; DVM, 1965

Retired and Outstanding Medical Educator Awards; and

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITA

Faculty Marshall Award.

Isabelle Joris, BS, Geneva, 1966; PhD, 1973 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Department of Medicine and other departments in the Biology of Disease course. This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of disease by correlating underlying molecular mechanisms with structural, functional and clinical aspects. The Department of Pathology also co-directs and plays a major teaching role in the second year Immunology course. This course provides students with an understanding of

PATHOLOGY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

Kenneth L. Rock, BA, Washington, 1974; MD, Rochester, 1978 PROFESSOR AND VICE CHAIR

the basic mechanisms that protect the body against infectious

Bruce A. Woda, BS, Brooklyn, 1971; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1975

agents and how these mechanisms contribute to diseases, includ-

PROFESSORS EMERITI

ing autoimmunity, immune deficiency and transplantation

between their second and third years working in pathology, pri-

Arthur A. Like, BS, CCNY, 1950; MD, Columbia, 1954 Guido Majno, MD, Milan, 1947 Liberto Pechet, MD, Hebrew, 1952 Irma O. Szymanski, MD, Helsinki, 1958

marily in the autopsy and surgical pathology services. This

PROFESSORS

rejection. Particularly significant among the department’s electives is the Student Fellowship Program. Selected students spend a year

experience has proven invaluable for students who are interested in clinical-pathologic correlations and who wish to gain an indepth understanding of the mechanisms of disease. Shorter electives are also available for students in surgical or autopsy pathology. In addition, strong basic research programs are available, primarily in the area of immunology. Laboratories in the department are investigating the immune response to viruses and cancers, antigen presentation, T-lymphocyte activation and T-cell development. Clinical research is focused on the study of varied aspects of pathogenesis, disease and diagnostic pathology.

Jerald Silverman, DVM, Cornell, 1966 Thomas W. Smith, BS, Ohio State, 1968; MD, Cornell, 1972 L. Michael Snyder, AB, Brown, 1957; MD, Chicago Medical, 1962 Lawrence J. Stern, BA, Cornell, 1983; PhD, MIT, 1989 Raymond M. Welsh Jr., BS, UMass Amherst, 1967; PhD, 1972

Barbara F. Banner, BA, Oberlin, 1964; MD, Rochester, 1969 Leslie J. Berg, BA, Harvard, 1980; PhD, California, 1986 Stanley J. Cryz Jr., BS, Connecticut, 1975; PhD, Texas Health Science, 1979 Armando E. Fraire, BS, Civil, 1957; MD, UNL Faculty of Medicine, 1964 Robert S. Harper, AB, Harvard, 1951; MD, Pennsylvania, 1955 Lewis P. James Jr., BA, Yale, 1954; MD, Harvard, 1958 *Alan D. Michelson, MBBS, Adelaide, 1973 Herbert E. Nieburgs, MD, Bologna, 1938

Robert K. Brown, BA, Vermont, 1956; MD, 1960 *Henri F. Cuénoud, BS, Calvin, 1971; MD, Geneva, 1977 Andrew H. Fischer, BS, Cornell, 1979; MD, Brown, 1984 Vera Hauptfeld-Deljsek, MS, Charles, 1966; PhD, 1968 Zhong Jiang, MD, Beijing, 1982 Rebecca L. Johnson, BS, Illinois State, 1975; MD, Southern Illinois, 1978 Ashraf Khan, BS, Aligarh, 1974; MBBS, 1980; MD, 1983; DRM, Royal College of Pathologists, 1991 Charles R. Kiefer, BS, Cincinnati, 1969; PhD, Medical College of Georgia, 1981 Manju L. Prasad, MBBS, Banaras Hindu, 1981; MD, 1984 Enrique A. Soto, BS, Nacional Parana, 1955; MD, Rosario, 1963 Jon M. Valigorsky, BS, Maryland, 1963; MD, 1968 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Tamara Handerson, MD, Sarajevo, 1979 Ileana Lopez-Plaza, BS, Pennsylvania State, 1974; MD, Universidad Central del Caribe, 1985 Joseph D. Musto, BS, Wagner, 1961; MS, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1967; PhD, Northeastern, 1975 *Joint appointment

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Richard Seder, BA, Harvard, 1960; MD, 1965; MPH, 1966

James Weaver, BS, Bowling Green State, 1972; PhD, Nebraska, 1983 Ian A. York, DVM, Guelph, 1985; MS, 1990; PhD, McMaster, 1994

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Jeanne Leszczynski, BA, Connecticut, 1972; MPH, North Carolina, 1975; DrPH, 1977 Liisa Selin, MD, Dalhousie, 1979; PhD, Manitoba, 1993 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Gamze Ayata, MD, Hacettepe Medical, 1992 Gregory J. Babcock, BS, UMass Amherst, 1992; PhD, Tufts, 2000 Stephen Brady, BA, California, 1987; MD, Northwestern, 1993 Daniel J. Carter, BA, Brown, 1978; MD, Wisconsin, 1984 Francis Ka-Ming Chan, BA, California, 1991; PhD, 1996 Marcia B. Cohen, BS, Wayne State, 1968; MS, 1970; MD, 1974 John H. Contois, BS, UMass Boston, 1983; MS, Connecticut, 1987; PhD, 1994 Teri L. Cooper, BS, Louisville, 1977; MD, 1981 Ediz Cosar, MD, Cukurova, 1998 Suyang Hao, MD, Tianjin, 1983; MS, 1986

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INSTRUCTORS

Catherine A. Hay, BPharm, School of Pharmacy, 1983; PhD, 1987 Lauren L. Hiestand, BS, Connecticut, 1975; MS, 1979; MD, Illinois, 1986 Joonsoo Kang, BS, Toronto, 1986; PhD, 1993 Fauzia M. Khan, MBBS, Rawalpinki Medical, 1987 Cuizhen Li, MD, Beijing, 1984; MS, 1987; PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994 Adrian M. Lowe, BS, Aston, 1990; PhD, Bath, 1994 Patricia Miron, BS, Yale, 1983; PhD, MIT, 1991 Michael J. Mitchell, BS, Boston College, 1974; MD, Yale, 1978 John U. Que, BS, Santo Thomas, 1978; MS, Long Island, 1982; PhD, Texas Tech, 1985 Lokinendi V. Rao, BS, Osmania, 1976; MS, 1978; PhD, Kurukshetra, 1984

William D. Thomas, BS, Virginia Polytechnic, 1984; PhD, Medical College of Virginia, 1989 Guy M. Vallaro, BS, Pace, 1980; MS, New York Medical, 1989; PhD, St. John’s, 1997 Bo Xu, MD, Beijing, 1987; MS, Florida State, 1990; PhD, Tufts, 1995 James P. Yang, BS, Union, 1962; MD, Indiana, 1966 Rhonda K. Yantiss, BA, Kansas, 1992; MD, Harvard, 1996 RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Roger S. Anderson, BS, Wisconsin, 1974; PhD, Cornell, 1978 Yan Shi, MD, Shanghai, 1988; MS, Iowa, 1992; PhD, 1997 Eva S. Szomolanyi-Tsuda, MD, Semmelweis Medical, 1976 Ronald F. Tucker, BS, California, 1971; PhD, Iowa, 1980

Michael A. Brehm, BS, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, 1993; PhD, Pennsylvania State, 1999 Richard J. Evans, BA, Assumption, 1978; MD, UMass Worcester, 1982 Robert B. Mandell, BS, Miami, 1984; PhD, Florida, 1991 Yuri N. Naumov, MD, Novosivirsk State Medical, 1983; PhD, Academy of Medical Sciences, 1988 Lianjun Shen, MD, Second Military Medical, 1985; PhD, Alberta, 1997 Jerzy P. Sobota, MD, N. Copernicus, 1982 AFFILIATE

Kamala Murali, MBBS, Bombay, 1970 LECTURER

Kurt C. Gunther, BS, Stanford, 1976; MD, Kansas, 1979

Pediatrics The Department of Pediatrics introduces students to the career of

the field and the important role that the pediatrician plays in the physical and emotional development of children of all ages. During the third year, students participate as members of a

pediatrician. During the four years of medical school, students

health care team in a variety of community outpatient and inpa-

learn how to diagnose and manage acute and chronic illnesses

tient settings, allowing them to apply their interviewing and

that are commonly seen in infants, children and adolescents.

clinical problem-solving skills in the health care of children. In

Students are also exposed to the biopsychosocial and develop-

addition, the department provides an opportunity for approxi-

mental aspects of pediatrics. The curriculum helps students

mately 30 students to participate in a 12-week combined

acquire the necessary skills to establish rapport with children and

obstetrics & gynecology and pediatric/maternal-child health

their parents in order to obtain a meaningful history, conduct a

elective during which the student is responsible for a woman’s

thorough physical examination, manage clinical problems, and

prenatal care, as well as the health supervision of her infant.

serve as a child and family advocate. As a result of their pediatric

Students who have a special interest in the welfare of children can

experiences, students should be able to make an enlightened

also participate in an elective Special Interest Group in Pediatrics,

career choice concerning this specialty.

which meets regularly to discuss such topics as the ethical issues

During the pre-clinical curriculum, faculty members partici-

of reproductive choice and severe prematurity, human sexuality,

pate in interdepartmental lectures and conferences on

teenage pregnancy, sexual abuse, divorce and adoption. These

neuroanatomy, genetics, nutrition, microbiology, hematology,

seminars are developed by the students with the help of a faculty

immunology and behavioral sciences that incorporate clinical

advisor.

correlations with the basic science topics the students are learn-

Fourth-year students can elect to participate in the Senior

ing; the biopsychosocial aspects of health and disease in infants,

Scholars Program, designed to provide in-depth clinical and/or

children and adolescents are woven into this series. Departmental

research experience in an area of special interest. Electives are

faculty are course coordinators for the Nutrition course while

also available in pediatric subspecialties, general pediatrics, pedi-

others have specific teaching responsibilities in the Physician,

atric emergency service and pediatric or neonatal intensive care.

Patient and Society course and the Longitudinal Preceptorship

PEDIATRICS FACULTY

Program. In addition, Pediatrics has developed an elective semi-

PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

nar in Teen Pregnancy, which has been well received by the students. The third-year Pediatrics clerkship emphasizes clinical problem solving in both clinical situations and conferences. Half of the

Marianne E. Felice, BA, Carlow, 1966; MD, Hershey, 1972 PROFESSOR AND DEAN EMERITUS

clerkship is spent in primary care offices and the other half in

James B. Hanshaw, AB, Syracuse, 1950; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1953

inpatient pediatric settings. Students use this experience to

PROFESSORS EMERITI

become familiar with the primary care and subspecialty nature of

Israel F. Abroms, MBBCh, Witwatersrand, 1956

Evan Charney, AB, Cornell, 1954; MD, Albert Einstein, 1960 John A. Duggan, BA, Boston College, 1944; MD, Harvard, 1947 *Irma O. Szymanski, MD, Helsinki, 1958 Philip L. Townes, AB, Harvard, 1948; PhD, Rochester, 1953; MD, 1959 Peter H. Viles, AB, Harvard, 1956; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1960

*Joint appointment

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Ali and John Pierce Chair in Pediatric Oncology Peter E. Newburger, BA, Haverford, 1970; MD, Harvard, 1974 Joy McCann Professor for Women in Medicine *Linda F. Weinreb, BA, Washington, 1977; MD, Hershey, 1981 Donna M. Ambrosino, BA, Harvard, 1974; MD, Dartmouth, 1977 Francis J. Bednarek, BS, King’s, 1966; MD, Loyola, 1970 *Sarah H. Cheeseman, AB, Mt. Holyoke, 1969; MD, Wisconsin, 1973 William A. Durbin Jr., BA, Dartmouth, 1968; MD, Columbia, 1972 William T. Garrison, BA, SUNY Plattsburgh, 1972; MA, Cornell, 1977; PhD, 1978 *Stephen H. Gehlbach, AB, Harvard, 1964; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1968; MPH, North Carolina, 1973 *Michael P. Hirsh, BS, Columbia, 1975; MD, Harvard, 1979 Mary M. Lee, AB, Harvard, 1979; MD, SUNY, 1983 Alan D. Michelson, MBBS, Adelaide, 1973 Brian P. O’Sullivan, AB, Dartmouth, 1975; MD, 1980

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*Arthur M. Pappas, AB, Harvard, 1953; MD, Rochester, 1957 Katherine F. Ruiz de Luzuriaga, BS, MIT, 1978; MS, 1980; MD, Tufts, 1984 *Ronald J. Steingard, BA, Pennsylvania, 1973; MD, Pennsylvania State, 1977 John L. Sullivan, BS, LeMoyne, 1968; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1972 Martin H. Young, BS, SUNY Downstate, 1971; MA, Fairleigh Dickenson, 1973; PhD, SUNY Albany, 1977 Robert G. Zwerdling, BA, Michigan, 1963; MD, Wayne State, 1967 CLINICAL PROFESSORS

Richard A. Moriarty, BA, Colby, 1968; MD, Vermont, 1972 Lynda M. Young, BA, SUNY Buffalo, 1969; MD, 1973 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Linda G. Bandini, BS, UMass Amherst, 1975; MS, MIT, 1976; PhD, 1987 *Patricia H. Bazemore, BA, Radcliffe, 1962; MD, Yale, 1966 Dianne S. Elfenbein, BA, Radcliffe, 1966; MD, John Hopkins, 1970 Lars C. Erickson, BS, Brown, 1979; MD, Duke, 1984; MPH, Harvard, 1998

Charles D. Hamad, BA, Quinnipiac, 1972; MA, Long Island, 1974; PhD, Kansas, 1977 *Elliot Lach, SB, MIT, 1977; MD, Yale, 1981 Lynn M. Manfred, BA, Hartwick, 1979; MD, Rochester, 1983 Paul C. Marshall, BS, Boston College, 1966; MD, Jefferson, 1970 *W. Peter Metz, AB, Harvard, 1972; MD, 1977 Deborah C. Molrine, BS, Pennsylvania State, 1980; MPH, Johns Hopkins, 1986; MD, Pennsylvania, 1987 *Mai-Lan Rogoff, AB, Barnard, 1967; MD, New York Medical, 1971 Robert W. Sorrenti, AB, Harvard, 1969; MD, 1973 Maria V. Tantengco, BS, The Phillipines, 1978; MD, 1982 *Karen Wiss, BA, Texas, 1980; MD, 1985 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Kathleen Braden, BA, Columbia, 1971; MD, Albert Einstein, 1978 Joseph J. Frassica, BA, UMass, 1977; DDS, Case Western Reserve, 1981; MD, Boston, 1988 *Geri Fuhrmann, BA, Tufts, 1977; PsyD, Denver, 1984 Jurgen H. Kedesdy, BA, Tufts, 1965; MA, Chicago, 1967; PhD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1981

David M. Keller, AB, Princeton, 1979; MD, Harvard, 1983 Mariann M. Manno, BS, Fordham, 1977; MD, NYU, 1981 Phyllis Pollack, BS, Michigan, 1972; MD, Harvard, 1977 Linda D. Sagor, BA, Pennsylvania, 1969; MPH, Michigan, 1971; MD, Michigan State, 1976 Ann L. Sattler, BA, Stanford, 1968; MA, Harvard, 1970; MD, Pritzker, 1976 G. Naheed Usmani, MBBS, King Edward, 1980 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

A. Lawrence Frelinger III, BS, San Diego State, 1975; PhD, Case Western Reserve, 1984 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Robin Adair, BA, Vermont, 1975; MD, SUNY, 1979; MS, Brandeis, 1995. Seema Adhami, MBBS, J.N. Medical College (India), 1983; MD, 1988 Richard C. Antonelli, BA, Rochester, 1978; MS, Harvard, 1980; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Lucy W. Arnold, BA, Harvard, 1978; MD, Dartmouth, 1981 Stephen A. Bean, BA, Hamilton, 1984; MS, Georgetown, 1986; MD, 1990 Sarah W. Bechta, BS, Brown, 1988; MD, 1992

Angela Beeler, BS, MIT, 1992; MD, Utah, 1997 Diane R. Blake, BA, Smith, 1986; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1990 Richard A. Bream, BA, Minnesota, 1971; MD, 1976 Charles M. Callahan, BS, St. Joseph, 1975; MD, Temple, 1979; MPH, Washington, 1991 Lisa A Capra, BA, Yale, 1985; MD, Baylor, 1991 Angela J. Croom, BS, Oklahoma State, 1990; MD, Oklahoma, 1995 Michael J. Daley, BA, Holy Cross, 1975; MD, Georgetown, 1979 Morris Earle Jr., BS, Vermont, 1979; MD, 1983; MPH, Harvard, 1991 Louis E. Fazen III, BA, Northwestern, 1965; MD, 1969; MPH, Johns Hopkins, 1973 Martin T. Feldman, AB, MD, Boston, 1968 Laura L. Gibson, BA, Yale, 1987; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 Timothy E. Gibson, BA, Tufts 1994; MD, UMass Worcester, 1999 Amanda Goseco, MD, East Ramon Magasaipay, 1987 Thomas C. Greenough, BA, UMass Amherst, 1981; MD, Rochester, 1987 Arnold Gurwitz, BS, UMass Amherst, 1953; MS, 1955; MD, Tufts, 1962 Pamela L. Harges, BS, Brown, 1976; MA, Duke, 1979; MD, Bowman Gray, 1985 Beverly N. Hay, BA, California, 1986; MD, Jefferson Medical, 1996 Margaret S. Hunt, BA, Brown, 1980; MD, Iowa, 1987 Frank J. Jehle Jr., AB, Wayne State, 1962; MD, 1965; MPH, Harvard, 1971 Eugene Jura, MD, Heidelberg, 1982 Maryellen Kennedy, BA, Smith, 1983; MD, Tufts, 1987 Christopher P. Keuker, BS, Rochester, 1987; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1991 Doris M. Kim, AB, Brown, 1989; MD, Vermont, 1993 Ted M. Kremer, BS, Iowa, 1990; MD, 1998

Pediatrics is distinguished by a: special immunology clinic for children with HIV that provides access to state-of-the-art treatment; cystic fibrosis center that treats more patients with the disease than any other facility in Central and Western Massachusetts; 43-bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit that has earned benchmark status as a model for similar units worldwide; and juvenile diabetes center that is the only program in Central and Western Massachusetts to be certified by the American Diabetes Association.

Jeffrey C. Lukas, SB, MIT, 1982; MD, Connecticut, 1986 Michael J. Lyons, BA, Holy Cross, 1991; MD, UMass Worcester, 1995 Susan E. Mahoney, BS, UMass Boston, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 Erin McMaster, BA, Holy Cross, 1992; MD, UMass Worcester, 1996 Siobhan McNally, BS, Yale, 1979; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Patricia A. McQuilkin, BS, UMass Amherst, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1992 Julie E. Meyers, BS, Tufts, 1978; MD, 1983 Beverly Nazarian, BA, Carleton, 1989; MD, Minnesota, 1994 Catherine B. Nowak, BA, Dartmouth, 1985; MD, McGill, 1989 Benjamin U. Nwosu, MD, Nigeria, 1995 Susan E. Oliver, BA, Swarthmore, 1991; MD, Brown, 1999 Mary J. O’Neill, BS, Stonehill, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 *Krista E. Patton, BA, SUNY Binghamton, 1970; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Jenifer C. Pears, MD, Medical College of Virginia, 1969 James W. Pellegrini, BS, UMass Boston, 1982; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986

Jyoti P. Ramakrishna, MBBS, Lady Hardinge Medical, 1983; MD, 1988 Debra T. Rana, BA, MS, California/Davis, 1992; MD, California/San Francisco, 1994 John A. Riordan, BS, Holy Cross, 1949; MD, Georgetown, 1953 *Karen F. Rothman, BA, MD, Boston, 1981 Barbara A. Rugo, BA, Connecticut College, 1980; MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1991 Jennifer L. Rylander, BS, Vermont, 1988; MD, Connecticut, 1994 Elisabeth B. Salisbury, BA, Rollins, 1984; MA, SUNY Stony Brook, 1990; PhD, 1993 Joanne M. Samant, BA, Indiana, 1981; MS, Adelphi, 1983; MD, SUNY Syracuse, 1991 *Judith A. Savageau, BS, Northeastern, 1977; MPH, Yale, 1980 Cathy J. Scheiner, BA, Bowdoin, 1979; MD, Rochester, 1990 Uzma M. Sharif, MBBS, Karachi, 1990 Ruth B. Smith, BA, Boston, 1961; MSW, Adelphi, 1970; PhD, Boston College, 1990 Merav Socolovsky, BA, Cambridge, 1983; MBBS, University College (London), 1986; PhD, 1993 *John M. Solomonides, BS, Tufts, 1990; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994

Mohan Somasundaran, BS, Kerala, 1976; MS, 1978; PhD, Calcutta, 1983 Leslie A. Soyka, BA, California, 1987; MD, Connecticut, 1992 Jonathan M. Spector, BSE, Pennsylvania, 1993; MD, New York Medical, 1998 Susan Starr, BA, Clark, 1969; MEd, Worcester State, 1971 Christopher J. Stille, BS, Brown, 1987; MD, Duke, 1991; MPH, Connecticut, 1999 Susan Sullivan-Bolyai, BSN, Metropolitan State College of Dentistry, 1976; MSN, Emory, 1978; DNSc, Yale, 1999 Michele A. VanderHeyden, BS, Illinois, 1990; MD, 1994 Yuka-Marie Vinagre, BS, Duke, 1987; MD/PhD, Boston, 1997 Mark A. Vining, BS, Vermont, 1991; MD, 1997 Barbara M. Wash, BA, Brandeis, 1992; MD, UMass Worcester, 1996 Joel H. Weiner, BA, Northern Illinois, 1975; BS, 1976; MD, Chicago Medical, 1980 Stuart A. Weisberger, BS, Michigan, 1970; MS, 1972; MD, Cincinnati, 1980 Scott D. Wellman, BS, SUNY Binghamton, 1975; MD, Rochester, 1979 Karen S. Zgurzynski, BS, Boston College, 1991; MD, UMass Worcester, 1997 CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Theresa Callahan, BS, Mount Holyoke, 1987; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 Fernando Catalina, BA; Saint Anselm, 1989; MD/PhD, Texas Southwestern Medical, 1997 Alan K. Stern, BA, Brown, 1986; MD, Vermont College, 1991 William W. Woodruff, BA, Brown, 1984; MD, Cincinnati, 1988 RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Qichang Shen, BS, Fu-Dan, 1966; MS, Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry, 1981; PhD, CarnegieMellon, 1988

*Joint appointment

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ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Stephen C. Hardy, BA, Utah, 1982; MD, 1986; MS, Harvard, 1993 Tamara Vesel, MD, Safarik Medical, 1988 Jonathan P. Wood, BA, Yale, 1982; MD, Brown, 1989 ADJUNCT CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Alia Y. Antoon, MD, Royal College of Physicians, 1968 AFFILIATES

Achal Aggarwal, BS, MIT, 1987; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 Robert M. Beckmann, BS, SUNY Albany, 1987; MD, 1992 Kimberly D. Boullard, BS, Western Michigan, 1979; MS, Boston, 1984 Margaret Bowden, BA, London, 1957; MA, Clark, 1979 Sheila M. Callahan-Butler, BA, Anna Maria, 1970; MA, 1978; MD, UMass Worcester, 1982 Sharon M. Campion, BA, Wellesley, 1982; MD, Vermont, 1988 Lisa E. Carson, BSN, Fairfield, 1987; MSN, Northeastern, 1990 Anne C. Chaffee, BA, Wellesley, 1977; MD, Tufts, 1981 Kathy L. Chrismer, BA, Smith, 1978; MD, Rochester, 1982 Ruth Y. Chu, BS, Indiana, 1982; MA, 1984; MD, 1987 Robert A. Ciottone, BA, Seton Hall, 1963; MA, Catholic, 1965; PhD, 1967 Kathleen M. Cleary, BS, St. Mary’s, 1980; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Nereida Colon-Franquiz, BA, Puerto Rico, 1980; MSW, Boston, 1983 Idris Dahodwala, MBBS, Jawaharlal Nehru, 1986 Nancy W. DeTora, BS, Michigan State, 1974; MD, 1977 Patricia A. Dykstra, AB, Smith, 1979; MD, Emory, 1983 Thomas J. Eder, AB, Colgate, 1970; MS, NYU, 1973; MD, Liege, 1979 Leigh A. Emery, BSN, Boston College, 1977; MSN, 1979

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Judith B. Evans, BS, St. Bonaventure, 1977; MD, New York Medical, 1982 Amy B. Gonroff, BA, Dartmouth, 1982; MS, Georgetown, 1983; MD, 1987 Deborah Gurski, BS, UMass Amherst, 1988; MD, UMass Worcester, 1992 Patricia M. Hackett, BA, Catholic, 1968; MSW, Boston College, 1987 Muddana Haribabu, MBBS, Rangaraya, 1971 N. Alan Harris, AB, Stanford, 1972; MD, Mount Sinai, 1976; MPH, California/Los Angeles, 1980 Philip M. Hommes, BS, Michigan, 1968; DO, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1972 William F. Horgan, AB, Holy Cross, 1978; DO, New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1983 *Michael E. Huppert, BA, St. John’s, 1969; MPH, Michigan, 1971 Amrullah Khelghati, MD, Tehran, 1965; MPH, California, 1978 Stephen A. Lieberman, BA, SUNY Buffalo, 1973; MD, New York Medical, 1978 Brenda McHugh, BS, UMass Amherst, 1980; MD, UMass Worcester, 1985 Madeline B. Morris, BA, Boston, 1972; MD, 1973 John Mulqueen, BS, Boston College, 1981; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Ramesh R. Mundra, MBBS, BJ Medical, 1966 Vincent T. Nishino, BS, Stanford, 1976; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980 Joyee Nobis, MBBS, Assam, 1966 Deborah A. O’Driscoll, AB, Wellesley, 1979; MD, Harvard, 1983 Dorothy Page, BSN, Fitchburg State, 1970; MSN, Lowell, 1984 Sahdev R. Passey, MBBS, Gandhi, 1972 Jimmilee B. Prouty, AB, Drury, 1965 Catherine A. Riordan, BS, Boston, 1981; MD, 1992 Mark E. Ryan, BS, UMass Amherst, 1979; MD, Vermont, 1986 Stanley S. Sack, BA, Dartmouth, 1979; MD, Hahnemann, 1985

Amy C. Sharples, BS, Connecticut, 1967; MS, Boston, 1976 Susan Shawver-Matthews, BS, Maryland, 1972; MD, 1978 John B. Sheehan, BA, Holy Cross, 1974; MD, Mount Sinai, 1978 Dale G. St. Lawrence, AB, Brown, 1983; MD, UMass Worcester, 1988 Donna M. Staton, BA, Williams, 1979; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Ann M. Steele, BA, St. Joseph, 1976; MEd, Harvard, 1980 Kreszentia M. Strobel, MD, Heidelberg, 1973 Kathleen Van Schoick, BA, St. Joseph, 1974; MS, Wheelock, 1980 Martha B. Waite, BA, Drew, 1984; MD, Medicine & Dentistry, 1988 Suzanne M. Weiss, BA, Mt. Holyoke, 1969; MD, Cincinnati, 1973 INSTRUCTORS

Paula A. Beaver, BS, Assumption, 1990; MS, Northeastern, 1995 Sandra L. Bellini, BS, Worcester State, 1994; MS, Northeastern, 1996 Lisa M. Blazejewski, BA, Delaware, 1995; MS, Minnesota, 1999 Mary T. Bowler, BS, Bridgewater State, 1996; MS, Wheelock, 1999 Patricia Carlino, MD, California, 1989 Easter Chiu, BA, Yale, 1987; MD, NYU, 1994 Sang K. Chung, BA, Seoul National, 1962; MD, 1966 Kenya P. Cohane, BA, Hiram, 1992; MS, Clark, 1996; PhD, 1999 Carrie D’Angelo, BA, Holy Cross, 1990; MD, Tufts, 1995 Michelle Dalal, BS, Cornell, 1996; MD, SUNY Stony Brook, 2000 *Heather T. Davis, BS, Boston, 1964; MS, 1979 Nicolina C. Davis, BS, Colgate, 1987; MD, Albany, 1991 Joseph Fahey, BS, Providence, 1978; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Bruce S. Fieldman, BA, Boston, 1970; DMD, Tufts, 1974 Evan Finklestein, MS, Finch, 1994; MD, 1998 Deborah Francis, BA, Wellesley, 1991; MD, UMass Worcester, 1996

Marzena Galdzicka, BS, Institute of Chemistry and Food, 1979; MS, George Mason, 1998; PhD, 2002 Andrew L. Garrett, BA, Carleton, 1990; MD, Dartmouth, 1998 Christopher P. Giuliano, BA, Vassar, 1996, MD, UMass Worcester, 2000 James M. Gleason, BS, Boston, 1976; MS, 1982 Amy Goldberg, BA, Vermont, 1990; MD, Boston, 1997 Dawn M. Gomez, BS, Wheelock, 2000 Nancy M. Hagberg, BSN, Saint Anselm, 1981; MS, UMass Amherst, 1996 Lisa M. Hassler, BS, Northeastern, 1986; MD, Pennsylvania State, 1997 Ines M. Hertz, BS, St. Mary’s College, 1971; MD, Tulane, 1975 Karen A. Heveron, BA, Holy Cross, 1990; MD, UMass Worcester, 1995 Emma Hughes, BA, Brown, 1991; MD, Connecticut, 1996 Lucille E. Kanjer-Larson, BA, San Diego, 1989; MD, Creighton, 1993 Helena H. Kelliher, BS, Jackson, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980 Mona Khurana, BS, George Washington, 1994; MD, 1998 Robert C. Kiley, BS, Stonehill, 1994; MD, Boston, 2000 *Jeffrey H. Lee, BA, Brown, 1991; MD, Rochester, 1996 *Jeanette D. Leisk, BS, Tufts, 1987; MS, 1989; MD, 1993 Azadeh Koochekzadeh, BA, Amherst, 1988; MD, Boston, 1994 Thomas Lacava, BS, New Hampshire, 1966; MD, St. Louis, 1972 Richard V. Marseglia, BA, Holy Cross, 1991; UMass Worcester, 1995 *John B. McCahan, BA, Cornell, 1988; MD, UMass Worcester, 1993 Caroline McDonald, MS, BSN, Northeastern, 2000 Safdar Medina, BS, Toronto, 1991; MD, Indiana, 1996 Peter J. Murphy, BS, Stonehill, 1976; MS, Lousville, 1979; MD, 1982

Anne R. Murray-Chiriboga, BA, Cornell, 1989; BS, College Of Architecture, 1989; MD, UMass Worcester, 1995 Alan Picarillo, BA, Holy Cross, 1993; MD, UMass Worcester, 1998 Lawrence G. Pincus, BA, Johns Hopkins, 1971; MD, New York Medical, 1976 Valerie Loik Ramey, BS, Carnegie Mellon, 1995; MS, Brandeis, 1998 Eileen Ricci, BS, Springfield, 1975; MS, Boston, 1977 Kellie A. Rice, BS, Seton Hall, 1991; MD, New York Medical, 1995 Dennis J. Rosen, BS, Rhode Island, 1967; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1971 Asher D. Schachter, MD, Toronto, 1992

William D. Selim, BS, Muhlenberg, 1971; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1975 Elizabeth A. Shea, BA, Holy Cross, 1990; MD, Connecticut, 1996 Janet A. Slota, BA, Smith, 1987; MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1996 Shahrzad Sorourbakhsh, BA, California/San Diego, 1991; MD, St. Louis, 1998 Rhoda Spaulding, BS, Vermont, 1964; MS, Connecticut, 1987 John S. Sullivan, BS, Harvard, 1974; MD, Boston, 1978 Susan M. Swanson, BS, Kent State 1983; MA, 1997 *Lee E. Voderer, BA, Wellesley, 1970; MA, Vanderbilt, 1972

Robert J. Wing, BFA, Lesley, 1995; MA, Hofstra, 1997 ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

Melody J. Cunningham, BA, Wellesley, 1988; MD, UMass Worcester, 1994 Christopher P. Houk, BS, Wofford, 1993; MD, South Carolina, 1997 J. Thomas Megerian, BS, Union, 1985; MD/PhD, Northwestern, 1993 Madhusmita Misra, MD, Utkal, 1987 Elahna Paul, BA, Yale, 1985; MS, Albert Einstein, 1989; MD, 1994 Paul Rufo, BA, Harvard, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1990

“Our faculty love to teach. They take innovative approaches to medical education, making the learning experience for students enjoyable as well as effective.” Eric J. Alper, MD Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Internal Medicine Clerkship at UMass Memorial Medical Center – University Campus A hospitalist and Patient Safety Officer for UMMS clinical partner, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Dr. Alper’s clinical responsibilities inform his teaching. “My work to improve care helps me train students how to provide safe, high quality care.”

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Physiology

major physiological systems—cardiovascular, endocrine, gastroin-

William C. Okulicz, BS, Rensselaer, 1968; MPH, Yale, 1971; PhD, Connecticut, 1980 *Daniel A. Pollen, AB, Harvard, 1956; MD, 1960 Michael J. Sanderson, BS, Southampton, 1976; PhD, 1981 Cheryl R. Scheid, BS, William & Mary, 1970; MA, Boston, 1972; PhD, 1976 Joshua J. Singer, SB, SM, EE, MIT, 1966; PhD, Harvard, 1970 *Jeffrey S. Stoff, BS, Hobart, 1964; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1968 John V. Walsh, AB, Boston College, 1964; MD, Harvard, 1970 Yu-Li Wang, BS, National Taiwan, 1973; PhD, Harvard, 1980

testinal, renal and respiratory—that collectively regulate the

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

cellular environment. Lectures in neurophysiology explore model

Walter Carrington, SB, MIT, 1964; MA, Washington, 1967; PhD, 1982 Richard A. Fenton, BS, Wyoming, 1967; MS, Indiana, 1970; PhD, Kansas, 1977 Julie A. Jonassen, BS, Michigan, 1974; PhD, 1980 Daniel L. Kilpatrick, BA, California/San Diego, 1974; PhD, Duke, 1980 Lawrence M. Lifshitz, BA, Harvard, 1980; MS, North Carolina, 1983; PhD, 1986 *J. Mark Madison, BA, Carleton, 1975; MD, Harvard, 1979 *Donald L. Melchior, BS, Antioch, 1967; MPhil, Yale, 1969; PhD, 1972 *David Paydarfar, BS, Duke, 1980; MD, North Carolina, 1985 Ann R. Rittenhouse, AB, Mt. Holyoke, 1976; PhD, Boston, 1984

The Department of Physiology offers instruction that provides students with a working knowledge of the fundamental aspects of physiology and a foundation for understanding the functional basis of human health and disease. The department seeks to balance broad coverage of many physiological subspecialties with an in-depth analysis of topics that are particularly illustrative of basic principles and methods. Course work begins with a consideration of the basic aspects of cellular physiology, emphasizing the functional properties of biological membranes, and evolves into an examination of the

systems dealing with integration in the central nervous system.

PHYSIOLOGY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

H. Maurice Goodman, AB, Brandeis, 1956; AM, Harvard, 1957; PhD, 1960 PROFESSOR AND VICE CHAIR

Peter Grigg, BS, Rensselaer, 1961; MS, Syracuse, 1965; PhD, SUNY Upstate, 1969 PROFESSORS

*Neil Aronin, BA, Duke, 1970; MD, Pennsylvania, 1974 Robert E. Carraway, BS, SUNY Stony Brook, 1967; PhD, Brandeis, 1972 *Anthony Carruthers, BS, Manchester, 1977; PhD, London King’s, 1980 James G. Dobson Jr., BS, Central Connecticut State, 1965; MA, Wesleyan, 1967; PhD, Virginia, 1971 *Craig F. Ferris, BS, UMass Amherst, 1974; MS, New York Medical, 1976; PhD, 1979

*Harvey M. Florman, BA, Rutgers, 1972; PhD, Pennsylvania, 1982 John C. Fray, BS, Howard, 1970; MS, MIT, 1971; PhD, Harvard, 1975 *Shuk-Mei Ho, BS, Hong Kong, 1974; PhD, 1978 Mitsuo Ikebe, BS, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1975; MS, 1977; PhD, Osaka, 1982 José R. Lémos, BA, Occidental, 1970; PhD, Wesleyan, 1979 Jack L. Leonard, BA, California State, 1971; PhD, California/Berkeley, 1976 Robert J. O’Connell, PhD, SUNY Upstate, 1968

James E. Crandall, BS, Illinois, 1975; PhD, Florida, 1980 Thomas A. Schoenfeld, BA, Lawrence, 1971; MS, Rutgers, 1973; PhD, 1978 Clive Standley, BS, London, 1983; PhD, 1986 Richard A. Tuft, BS, Pennsylvania State, 1963; MS, MIT, 1966; PhD, WPI, 1972 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Allen H. Hoffman, BS, WPI, 1963; MS, 1967; PhD, Colorado, 1970 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

*Lawrence J. Hayward, BS, Washington, 1982; PhD, Baylor, 1987; MD, 1989 RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Karl D. Bellve, BS, UMass, 1990; MS, Maryland, 1992; PhD, 1996 Karen A. Beningo, BS, Michigan State, 1986; PhD, Michigan, 1998 Kevin E. Fogarty, BS, WPI, 1975; MS, 1978 Liwang Liu, MD, Tongji, 1983; MS, 1988 Hector G. Marrero, BS, Puerto Rico, 1977; MA, Boston, 1981; PhD, 1987 Ronghua Zhuge, BS, Zhejiang, 1983; MS, Nanjing Agricultural, 1986; PhD, Iowa State, 1995 Hui Zou, BE, Tianjin, 1986; ME, 1989; DPhil, Old Dominion, 1995 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Kevin M. Dushay, AB, Brown, 1979; MD, Columbia, 1983 INSTRUCTORS

Physiology is enhanced by: a world-class Biomedical Imaging Center dedicated to developing instrumentation and techniques for microscopy and applying them to important questions in cell biology, such as signal transduction, calcium signaling, endo- and exocytosis and protein trafficking, mitochondrial function and apoptosis; three active faculty who were founding members of UMMS; and an NIH ranking among the top 15 percent of physiology departments nationwide for the past decade.

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RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Edward E. Custer Jr., BS, West Virginia, 1981; MS, Montana State, 1988; PhD, Virginia Polytechnic, 1992 Satoshi Komatsu, BS, Tokyo Agricultural, 1992; MS, 1994; PhD, Hiroshima, 1997 Xiang-dong Li, BS, Shanghai, 1990; MS, 1993; PhD, 1996

Psychiatry The Department of Psychiatry provides educational programs throughout all four years of the Medical School curriculum. Courses during the first three years encompass interviewing, diagnostic and etiologic issues, as well as treatment and management

Celia and Isaac Haidak Professor of Medical Education Aaron Lazare, AB, Oberlin, 1957; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1961 David M. Bear, BA, Harvard, 1965; MD, 1971 Daniel Connor, BA, Columbia, 1976; MD, Northwestern, 1982

development and psychological

The Department of Psychiatry features:

functioning are considered, and

an emphasis on psychiatric problems that frequently arise in primary care medicine;

social, behavioral, biological and psychodynamic models are integrated throughout the curriculum. During the first year, the department participates in the interdisciplinary Physician, Patient

the use of an integrative model of psychiatry emphasizing the biologic, psychodynamic, and social and behavioral aspects of treatment; and a chair who has served as president of the American Psychiatric Association.

and Society course. The second-year Psychiatry course, part of Mind, Brain and Behavior II, surveys the major psychopathological syndromes and normal/abnormal aspects of development from birth through old age. Psychological problems that frequently arise in primary care medicine—grief, anxiety and reaction to illness—are also considered in detail. During the third year, a six-week required clerkship gives students an opportunity to further develop the interviewing, reasoning and communication skills that are fundamental to psychiatric diagnosis and intervention. An integrative model is stressed, emphasizing the biologic, psychodynamic, social and behavioral aspects of treatment. The department offers a Senior Scholars Program and a number of fourth-year electives, including advanced clinical rotations on inpatient or consultation units as well as experience in specialized areas such as law and psychiatry, child maltreatment and neuropsychiatry/behavioral neurology.

CHAIR

Arnold F. Zeleznik Professor of Psychiatry Paul S. Appelbaum, AB, Columbia, 1972; MD, Harvard, 1976 PROFESSORS EMERITI

Edward Mason, AB, Clark, 1948; MD, Tufts, 1952

RESEARCH PROFESSOR

Charles W. Lidz, BA, Yale, 1967; PhD, Harvard, 1974 ADJUNCT PROFESSORS

modalities. Normal and abnormal

PSYCHIATRY FACULTY

Joseph M. Tonkonogy, MD, Kirov Military Medical Academy, 1947; DSc, Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute (St. Petersburg), 1966

David J. Myerson, BA, Harvard, 1940; MD, Tufts, 1943 PROFESSORS

Irving S. and Betty Brudnick Chair in Psychiatry Anthony J. Rothschild, AB, Princeton, 1975; MD, Pennsylvania, 1979

Craig F. Ferris, BS, UMass Amherst, 1974; MS, New York Medical, 1976; PhD, 1979 William H. Fisher, AB, Clark, 1969; MA, Northeastern, 1975; MEd, 1976; PhD, 1980 Jeffrey L. Geller, BA, Williams, 1970; MD, Pennsylvania, 1973; MPH, Harvard, 1978 *Edward I. Ginns, BS, Rensselaer, 1967; PhD, 1971; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1976 Thomas Grisso, BA, Ashland, 1964; MA, Arizona, 1966; PhD, 1969 William J. McIlvane, BA, NYU, 1974; MA, Northeastern, 1978; PhD, 1986 Evgeny I. Rogaev, PhD, Academy of Medical Sciences (Russia), 1988; DMSC, 1998 Ronald J. Steingard, BA, Pennsylvania, 1973; MD, Pennsylvania State, 1977 Steven N. Treistman, BA, SUNY Binghamton, 1967; PhD, North Carolina, 1972 CLINICAL PROFESSORS

Kenneth L. Appelbaum, BA, Goddard, 1972; MD, Washington, 1981

Janice A. Egeland, BA, Pennsylvania, 1956; MA, 1959; PhD, Yale, 1967 Marty W. Krauss, BA, Michigan/Ann Arbor, 1974; PhD, Brandeis, 1981 VISITING PROFESSOR

Ellen S. More, BA, SUNY, 1968; MA, Rochester, 1970; PhD, 1980 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

*Patricia H. Bazemore, BA, Radcliffe, 1962; MD, Yale, 1966 Sheldon Benjamin, BS, Cincinnati, 1976; MD, 1980 Richard M. Berlin, BA, Northwestern, 1972; MD, 1976 William V. Dube, BM, New England Conservatory of Music, 1972; MA, Northeastern, 1985; PhD, 1987 Kenneth E. Fletcher, BA, DePauw, 1968; MS, PhD, UMass Amherst, 1988 Paul D. Gardner, BS, California, 1979; PhD, Pittsburgh, 1984 Jean A. King, BS, St. Francis, 1979; MS, CUNY, 1982; PhD, NYU, 1988 W. Peter Metz, AB, Harvard, 1972; MD, 1977 *Majaz Moonis, MBBS, University College, 1981; MD, Maulana Azad, 1986 Kevin R. Murphy, BA, Boston College, 1979; MS, Florida State, 1981; PhD, Connecticut, 1990 Joanne Nicholson, AB, Syracuse, 1973; MS, Pennsylvania State, 1976; PhD, 1979 Debra A. Pinals, BA, Toledo, 1985; MD, Ohio, 1989 Mai-Lan Rogoff, AB, Barnard, 1967; MD, New York Medical, 1971 John F. Scott, BA, NYU, 1951; MSW, Boston, 1953; PhD, Brandeis, 1961

*Joint appointment

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Richard W. Serna, BA, New Mexico, 1980; PhD, Utah State, 1987 Ann M. Skoczenski, BA, Boston College, 1986; MA, Rochester, 1988; PhD, 1992 Frances I. Smith, BS, Melbourne, 1974; PhD, 1980 Robert Stromer, BA, Eastern Washington, 1969; MS, 1971; PhD, Utah State, 1981 *Joan M. Swearer, BA, Macalester, 1979; MA, New School for Social Research, 1985; PhD, 1991 William Vogel, BA, Wesleyan, 1955; MA, Clark, 1957; PhD, 1959 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Robert W. Bass, BA, North Carolina, 1967; MA, Brown, 1970; PhD, 1973 Alan P. Brown, AB, Harvard, 1978; MD, Yale, 1982 Linda M. Cavallero, BA, Hunter, 1969; MA, Columbia, 1970; PhD, Wisconsin, 1979 Geri Fuhrmann, BA, Tufts, 1977; PsyD, Denver, 1984 M. Annette Hanson, BA, Augsburg, 1968; MD, Minnesota, 1976 Thomas L. Horn, BA, Cornell, 1968; MD, Yale, 1972 *Michael S. Lavoie, BA, St. Michael’s, 1980; MA, California School of Professional Psychiatry, 1987; PhD, 1991 Sharyn Lenhart, BS, Allegheny, 1970; MD, Pittsburgh, 1974 Julia Anne Matthews-Bellinger, BA, Cornell, 1970; PhD, 1980; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Gary S. Moak, BA, Pennsylvania, 1978; MD, New Jersey, 1982 Ira K. Packer, BA, Columbia, 1974; MA, Pennsylvania, 1976; PhD, 1979 Alex N. Sabo, BA, Harvard, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1983 Charles R. Swenson, BA, Harvard, 1972; MD, Yale, 1976 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Stephen M. Banks, BS, Frostburg State, 1978; MS, Dayton, 1980; PhD, SUNY Albany, 1987

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Matthew C. Johnsen, BA, Dartmouth, 1975; MS, New Hampshire, 1986; PhD, North Carolina State, 1993 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Leonard A. Doerfler, BS, Pittsburgh, 1976; MA, MissouriColumbia, 1979; PhD, 1982 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Yousef Abou-Allaban, MD, Aleppo, 1988 Kenneth J. Adelman, BA, Pennsylvania, 1984; MD, Temple, 1988 Schahram Akbarian, MD, Freie Universitaet Berlin, 1989; PhD, 1991 John F. Aney, BA, Dartmouth, 1983; MD, UMass Worcester, 1988 Stuart A. Anfang, AB, Harvard, 1986; MD, 1991 John H. Backman, BS, Franklin & Marshall, 1957; MD, Harvard, 1961 Stuart H. Bartle, AB, Harvard, 1950; MD, NYU, 1954 Scott A. Bresler, BA, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1983; BA, Columbia, 1983; MA, 1987; MA, Georgia State, 1989; PhD, 1995 Philip J. Candilis, BS, George Washington, 1988; MD, Eastern Virginia, 1992 Robert J. Carey Jr., BA, Harvard, 1977; MS, Ohio, 1982; PhD, 1985 Michael T. Carlin, BA, Wheeling Jesuit, 1987; MS, George Peabody, 1989; PhD, 1993 Jerry L. Carter, BS, Southwest Missouri State, 1978; MD, Missouri, 1982 Lauren R. Charlot, BS, Suffolk, 1980; MSW, Simmons, 1982; PhD, Boston College, 1994 Cezar I. Cimpano, MD, Romania Institute of Medicine & Pharmacy, 1986 Peter W. Cohen, BA, Harvard, 1977; MD, Albany Medical, 1984 Sherrill A. Conna, AB, Duke, 1955; MD, 1962 Patti E. Croft, BS, SUNY Binghamton, 1976; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Maryann Davis, BS, UMass Amherst, 1981; MA, Emory, 1985; PhD, 1990

Elizabeth W. Donlon, BA, Georgia, 1985; MD, 1994 Sandra Ehlinger, BA, Antioch, 1969; PhD, Rochester, 1975 Kate M. Erwin, BA, Vassar, 1975; MEd, Boston, 1975; MD, Medical College of Ohio, 1988 Sandra Felder, BS, Fairleigh Dickinson, 1980; MD, New Jersey, 1984 Deborah C. Field, MD, UMass Worcester, 1993 Leslie Fishbein, BA, Pennsylvania, 1983; MD, 1988 Richard K. Fleming, BS, New Hampshire, 1975; MEd, UMass Amherst, 1983; MS, 1987; PhD, 1990 *Katherine K. Fong, BA, Rochester, 1975; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1979 Mary Ellen G. Foti, BS, Tufts, 1977; MD, UMass Worcester, 1983 Carl Fulwiler, BA, New College, 1978; MD, Washington, 1983; PhD, Harvard, 1995 George R. Fussell, BA, Iowa, 1977; MD, UMass Worcester, 1993 Marion F. Gaffney, BA, Juillard, 1978; MA, 1979; MD, UMass Worcester, 1987 Scott H. Gonzalez, BS, Brown, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1990 Alice Graham-Brown, BA, Cambridge, 1984; MD, Oxford, 1988 Ronald T. Greene Jr., BS, Maryland, 1979; DO, West Virginia, 1986 Albert J. Grudzinskas Jr., BS, Northeastern, 1974; JD, Syracuse, 1977 Robert C. Guerette Jr., BA, Saint Anselm, 1970; MD, Boston, 1975 Joel Haycock, AB, Harvard, 1971; PhD, Brandeis, 1986 Carolyn Heimberg, BA, Brandeis, 1981; MS, Creighton, 1982; MD, 1986 Stephen A. Henault, BA, Holy Cross, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1992 Kenneth A. Hetzler, AB, Harvard, 1972; MD, Cincinnati, 1981 Betsy Hinden, BA, Brown, 1984; PhD, Vermont, 1998 Marie Hobart, BA, Albion, 1979; MD, Yale, 1985

David L. Hoffman, BA, Amherst, 1977; MFA, Brandeis, 1979; MD, Boston, 1984 Kenneth J. Holbert, BA, Boston, 1973; MA, California, 1979; PhD, 1983 Mark J. Horowitz, BA, Clark, 1982; MSW, Smith, 1984; JD, Connecticut, 1993; PhD, SUNY Albany, 1999 Bruce Hurter, BA, Wisconsin, 1970; MA, Boston, 1976; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980 Charlotte N. Hutton, BS, Spelman, 1982; MD, Washington, 1989 Cuneyt Iscan, BA, Gazi, 1996; MD, Ankara, 1990 John J. Iwuc, BS, Providence, 1977; MD, UMass Worcester, 1981 Z. Emel Kayatekin, MD, Hacettepe, 1978 Christopher Kennedy, BA, Holy Cross, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1989 Daniel J. Kirsch, AB, Boston, 1975; MD, 1979 Margaret M. Kjelgaard, BA, New Hampshire, 1985; PhD, Northeastern, 1995 Rebecca S. Knapp, BA, Brown, 1982; MD, 1989 Grace Kooper, AB, Brown, 1982; MS, 1989; MD, 1991 Kimberlee A. Kusiak, BA, Amherst, 1982; MD, UMass Worcester, 1988 Genevieve A. Laforet, MA, Harvard, 1980; PhD, Rockefeller, 1990; MD, Duke, 1991 Linda J. Lee-Dynes, AB, Princeton, 1981; MD, Kansas, 1985; MSPH, Harvard, 1988 Steven I. Lessin, BS, Pittsburgh, 1973; MS, 1976; PhD, 1980 Karen N. Lionello-Denolf, BA, Illinois State, 1995; MS, Purdue, 1997; PhD, 2001 Rebecca S. Lundquist, BA, Miami (Ohio), 1989; MD, Wright State, 1994 Ann O. Massion, BA, California/Berkeley, 1969; MD, Mayo, 1984 Joseph C. McGill, BS, Pennsylvania State, 1973; MSW, Pennsylvania, 1979

Haley E. Melikian, BS, UMass Amherst, 1984; PhD, Emory, 1995 Bruce Meltzer, BA, Antioch, 1979; MD, Tufts, 1987 Jennifer Michaels, BA, Delaware, 1983; MD, NYU, 1987 Ruben Miozzo, MD, Buenos Aires, 1989 Kenneth P. Mitchell Jr., BS, Boston College, 1978; MD, Harvard, 1982 Teresa V. Mitchell, BA, North Carolina, 1987; MA, NYU, 1991; PhD, Indiana, 1996 Peter W. Moran, BA, Assumption, 1974; MA, SUNY Plattsburg, 1978; PhD, Brigham Young, 1982 David P. Morin, BS, Boston, 1976; MD, Tufts, 1984 Denise L. Mumley, BA, James Madison, 1985; MA, Emory, 1995; PhD, 1996 Nelly Nabokin, MD, Kishinev Medical, 1974 J.A. Nathanson, BS, Western Ontario, 1992; MD, 1996; MPH, Boston, 2002 Saifullah Nizamani, MBBS, Sind Medical, 1980 Paul E. Noroian, BA, Boston, 1987; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 M. Rachid Och, MD, Aleppo, 1980 David P. Olson, BS, Connecticut, 1979; MS, 1980; PhD, Illinois, 1988; MD, Connecticut, 1995 Jayendra K. Patel, MBBS, Maharaha Sayajirao, 1983; MD, 1986 Jyotikaben N. Patel, MS, Maharaha Sayajirao, 1974; MBBS, 1978 Nancy E. Pratt, BS, Jackson, 1975; MD, Tufts, 1980 Amy Prince, BS, UMass, 1987; MD, SUNY Brooklyn, 1992 Dale E. Rauch, BS, UMass Boston, 1981; MD, UMass Worcester, 1986 Tina Render, BS, Simmons, 1983; MD, UMass Worcester, 1987 Maurice H. Richardson, AB, Harvard, 1951; JD, Virginia, 1956 Anastasia S. Rizos, BA, Saint Anselm, 1984; MS, Rivier, 1986; DO, New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1992 Ruthann Rizzi, BS, Saint Joseph’s, 1985; MD, NYU, 1990

Andrea J. Rosenthal, BS, MIT, 1983; MD, Bowman Gray, 1990 Fabian M. Saleh, MD, Florence, 1994 Ralph J. Seymour, BA, New Hampshire, 1979; MA, Harvard, 1991; MD, George Washington, 1993 Victoria Shea, BS, Boston College, 1975; MD, Harvard, 1982 Tatyana P. Shteinlukht, MD, Pediatric Medical School, 1985; PhD, Academy of Post Graduate Training, 1990 Van R. Silka, BA, Miami, 1977; MD, Medical College of Ohio, 1988 Susan G. Skea, BA, Clark, 1967; MSW, NYU, 1976; MD, Yale, 1983 Patrick Smallwood, BA, Arkansas, 1986; MD, 1993 Eric G. Smith, BA, Johns Hopkins, 1985; MA, California/Berkeley, 1988; MA, 1990; MD, Duke, 2000 Marianne L. Smith, BS, Roanoke, 1983; MD, Medical College of Virginia, 1988

Jeff Stein, BA, Western Ontario, 1990; MA, Northwestern 1994; PhD, Adelphi, 2001 Mitchell P. Stokes, BA, Yale, 1979; PhD, Chicago, 1987; MD, New Jersey, 1995 Andrea B. Stone, BA, Wesleyan, 1980; MD, Yale, 1986 Jeffrey G. Stovall, BA, Carleton, 1979; MD, Tennessee, 1987 Brian R. Szetela, BS, Vermont, 1976; MD, 1979 John P. Terry, BA, Boston College, 1976; MA, Roosevelt, 1978; PhD, Iowa State, 1983 Chad E. Tillbrook, BA, Villanova, 1995; MA, Alabama, 1997; PhD, 2000 Peter F. Toscano Jr., BA, Clark, 1972; PhD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1976 Tiina K. Urv, BA, Washington, 1985; MA, Columbia, 1990; PhD, 1998 Julie Van der Feen, BS, Northeastern, 1985; MD, McGill, 1990

Meenakshi Vemuri, MBBS, Guntur Medical, 1985 Gina Vincent, BA, Alaska, 1994; MA, Simon Fraser, 1999; PhD, 2002 William J. Warnken, BA, Eisenhower, 1975; MA, Anna Maria, 1977; DPsy, Antioch, 1979 Ruth Westheimer, BA, Reed, 1962; MA, California/Berkeley, 1965; MD, Rush, 1975 Kathleen P. Whitley, BS, Virginia Commonwealth, 1975; MD, Medical College of Virginia, 1983 Lewis D. Wurgaft, BA, Swarthmore, 1962; PhD, Harvard, 1971 Yvette Yatchmink, BA, Yale 1977; MS, Michigan, 1981; PhD, 1986; MD, Cornell, 1986 RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Kathleen Biebel, BA, 1990, Earlham; MS, Northeastern, 1995; PhD, Brandeis, 2002 Jennifer Taub, BA, Oberlin, 1991; PhD, Vermont, 2000 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Daniel Bitran, BA, CUNY, 1981; PhD, SUNY Buffalo, 1987 Raymond B. Flannery Jr., BA, Holy Cross, 1964; MA, Boston College, 1967; PhD, Windsor, 1970 John R. Pelletier, BA, Fitchburg State, 1968; MA, Assumption, 1974; ScD, Boston, 1982 ADJUNCT RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Alexis D. Henry, BS, Tufts, 1980; MS, Boston, 1983; ScD, 1994 SENIOR AFFILIATES

Howard S. Berger, BA, Amherst, 1962; MD, Rochester, 1966 Richard A. Prager, AB, Columbia, 1963; MS, 1967; PhD, 1970 Jonathan S. Rothman, BA, Northeastern, 1970; MD, UMass Worcester, 1974 AFFILIATES

Wadie Alkhouri, MD, Damascus, 1990 Rasim Arikan, MD, Hacettepe, 1986; PhD, Ege, 1997 Richard Barnum, BA, Harvard, 1969; MD, Albert Einstein, 1974 *Joint appointment

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Prudence Baxter, BA, Harvard, 1975; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1980 Richard C. Bedrosian, BA, Brown, 1971; MA, Assumption, 1973; PhD, Miami, 1977 Alan P. Birnbaum, BA, Queens, 1967; MA, Southern Illinois, 1970; PhD, 1975 Serge Botsaris, BS, Tufts, 1988; MD, 1992 Kevin Bradley, BA, Springfield, 1973; MEd, 1976 Harvey M. Budner, BS, Wisconsin, 1954; MD, 1957 *Robert A. Ciottone, BA, Seton Hall, 1963; MA, Catholic, 1965; PhD, 1967 Lori R. Cohen, BA, California State, 1980; MA, California School of Professional Psychology, 1984; PhD, 1987 Stuart A. Copans, BA, Harvard, 1964; MD, Stanford, 1969 Mark W. Cutler, AB, MD, Boston, 1971 Emad Eskander, MBBCh, Alexander University (Egypt), 1984 Robert A. Fein, BA, Amherst, 1969; PhD, Harvard, 1974 William Fortier, BA, New Hampshire, 1983; MEd, UMass, 1990; DMin, Andover Newton Theological School, 1994 Marie A. Fusaro-Davis, BA, Clark, 1978; MA, Assumption, 1980; PhD, Clark, 1991 David H. Gill, AB, Harvard, 1969; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1973 Evan P. Graber, BA, SUNY Binghamton, 1977; PhD, SUNY Albany, 1987 Irine A. Guryanova, MD, Second Medical Institute of Moscow, 1991 David M. Haddad, MEd, Fitchburg State, 1978; EdD, UMass Amherst, 1992 Kamlyn Haynes, BA, Boston, 1989; MD, 1997 Elizabeth W. Henrikson, BA, Barnard, 1974; MEd, Teacher’s College, 1976; PhD, UMass Amherst, 1988 James M. Hickey, BA, Bridgewater State, 1978; MA, Lesley, 1985; DPsy, Antioch, 1996 Arnold J. Hill, MD, Dalhousie, 1971

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David W. Holtzen, BA, Nebraska/Lincoln, 1985; PhD, Boston College, 1993 Richard Hummel, BA, Yale, 1978; MA, Michigan, 1981; PhD, 1983 J. Anthony Irsfeld, BS, Santa Clara, 1985; PhD, St. John’s, 1994 Rebecca S. Kardon, BS, Anna Maria, 1977; MA, 1979 Jamie G. Krauss, BA, Colorado, 1974; MA, Hartford, 1977; PhD, Boston College, 1986 Paul R. Lemieux, BA, Oblate, 1958; MT, 1961; MEd, Boston, 1971; PhD, 1980 Marvin B. Lew, BA, SUNY Stony Brook, 1972; PhD, SUNY Buffalo, 1977 Richard G. Listerud, BA, Harvard, 1987; MD, UMass Worcester, 1999 Leslie E. Malkiewich, BA, Notre Dame, 1974; MA, Nebraska, 1975; PhD, Notre Dame, 1979 Nichole L. Marioni, BA, Bucknell, 1994; MA, NYU, 1996; PhD, Ohio, 2001 Julianne Miller, BS, Trinity, 1977; MD, UConn, 1981 Patrice M. Muchowski, BA, Newton, 1973; MS, Boston, 1974; ScD, 1980 Zamir Nestelbaum, BS, UMass Amherst, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1981; MPH, Michigan, 1981 Joanna E. Poluha-O’Neil, MD, Lublin, 1986; PhD, 1992 John V. Pruitt III, BA, North Carolina, 1974; MD, 1978 Philip J. Pryjma, BS, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1968; MD, New York Medical, 1972 David Ray, BA, Oberlin, 1982; MD, Temple, 1988 Paul M. Rosen, BA, UMass Amherst, 1972; MA, Denver, 1974; PhD, 1977 Mark J. Schlickman, BA, Brandeis, 1983; MD, UMass Worcester, 1987 Shirley S. Siff, BA, Goucher, 1957; MA, Clark, 1970; EdD, UMass, 1983 Robert J. Simmons, BA, Queens, 1968; MS, Florida State, 1970; PhD, 1972

Madeline L. Spadola, BA, Boston, 1966; MEd, Bank St. College Of Education, 1976; DPsy, Mass School of Professional Psychiatry, 1995 Laurie A. Stalker, BA, SUNY Fredonia, 1976; MS, 1983; PhD, Pennsylvania, 1987 E. Theresa Tedesco, BS, Worcester State, 1978; MS, Boston College, 1979; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1994 Edgardo Trejo, MD, University of Ades (ULA), Venezuela, 1993 Mitchell W. Wangh, BA, Haverford, 1969; MD, Albert Einstein, 1973 Karen L. Wentworth, BS, Worcester State, 1989; MA, Anna Maria, 1993; DPsy, Mass School of Professional Psychiatry, 1998 INSTRUCTORS

Heather T. Davis, BS, Boston, 1964; MS, 1979 *Marzena Galdzicka, BS, Institute of Chemistry and Food, 1979; MS, George Mason, 1998; PhD, 2002 Laurie Guidry, BA, Loyola (Louisiana), 1993; MPH, Antioch, 1995; PsyD, 2000 Frances J. Lexcen, BA, Mills, 1990; MA, Virginia, 1997; PhD, 2000 Thomas D. Manning, BA, Assumption, 1969; MA, 1971 Colleen E. McKay, BA, Assumption, 1988; MA, 1990 Merleen A. Mills, BA, Mt. Holyoke, 1978; MSW, Boston College, 1989 Karen E. Nordstrom, BA, Simmons, 1970; MS, Boston, 1975 William H. O’Brien, BA, Holy Cross, 1973; MSW, Boston College, 1978 Sarah Spratt, BA, Oberlin, 1993; MD, Duke, 1997 Lee E. Vorderer, BA, Wellesley, 1970; MA, Vanderbilt, 1972 CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR

David H. Levoy, BS, Rensselaer, 1979; MD, Albany Medical, 1983 RESEARCH INSTRUCTORS

Celia Rosenquist, BS, Virginia Commonwealth, 1991; MA, Alabama, 1997; PhD, 2000 Qiang Shen, BS, Xi’An Jiaotong, 1992; MS, 1995; PhD, 1997

Melodie Wenz-Gross, BA, Temple, 1979; MEd, Boston, 1980; PhD, Boston College, 1990 Valerie F. Williams, BA, Virginia, 1989; MA, Illinois, 1992; MS, 1996 LECTURERS

Roderick J. Anscombe, BA, Oxford, 1970; MD, 1974 Herbert Berger-Hershkowitz, BA, Case Western Reserve, 1984; MD, 1990 Olufunke L. Brimmo-Longe, MD, Lagos, 1990 William R. Cohen, BS, Brooklyn, 1963; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1967 Daniel W. Comiskey, BA, Williams, 1988; MD, Connecticut, 1996 Robert B. Diener, BS, Albright, 1985; MD, Tufts, 1989 Michael Fleming, BA, Boston, 1966; DEd, 1971 James H. Gilmour Jr., BA, Harvard, 1955; MD, Boston, 1959 Pamela Hoyt, BA, Hampshire, 1979; MD, UMass Worcester, 1984 Robert A. Karr, BA, Oberlin, 1984; MD, Temple, 1989 James A. Kennedy, BS, Louisiana State, 1968; MD, 1972 Edward J. Killeen, BS, UMass Amherst, 1978; MD, St. George’s, 1985 David A. Klegon, BA, Michigan, 1967; MD, 1971 Usha Mathur, MBBS, SMS Medical, 1957; MD, GR Medical, 1963 Rizwan M. Mufti, MBBS, King Edward, 1985 Robert J. Mulvey, BS, Tufts, 1962; MD, 1966 Choudhary B. Patel, BS, Sagar, 1956; MD, Jabalpur, 1965 Kirit R. Patel, MD, Government Medical, 1975 Johanna Shaw, BA, Radcliffe, 1964; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1968 Ingunn H. Sturlaugsdottir, MD, Iceland, 1971 Tuong-Quang Tran, MD, Kaohsiung Medical, 1981 Jeri Walker, MD, Mississippi, 1969

Radiation Oncology Re-established in 2004, the Department of Radiation Oncology provides radiation medicine to the region’s oncology patients and

tion therapy. Identifying the interactions between these therapies and radiation therapy is the focus of the translational research effort, with many collaborations promoted through the departments of Cancer Biology and Cell Biology.

serves as the academic infrastructure for radiation science for UMMS. Using image guided platforms with three-dimensional treatment simulators for treatment planning and execution, the department provides extensive brachytherapy services including all facets of genitourinary and gynecological applications to patients.

The Department of Radiation Oncology: is one of the largest in New England, providing state-of the-art clinical treatment service to cancer patients in Worcester County; delivers more than 34,000 external tele-therapy treatments to patients each year at the UMass Memorial Medical Center University and Memorial campuses and the HealthAlliance Hospital campus in Fitchburg; and houses an internal school for radiation therapy technology that has graduated 15 classes of highly specialized and actively recruited students since its inception in 1989.

Radiation Oncology houses the Quality Assurance Review Center or QARC, which is the quality assurance vehicle and data

RADIATION ONCOLOGY FACULTY

management service for diagnostic imaging and radiation oncol-

PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

ogy for the National Cancer Institute clinical trials program. Led by the department chair as its director and principal investigator,

Thomas (T. J.) FitzGerald, BS, San Francisco, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980

the QARC acquires and reviews imaging and treatment objects on

PROFESSORS

a pre-therapy basis to ensure compliance of treatment to protocol management for patients on clinical trials in nearly all clinical cooperative groups and image-guided industry trials. It is housed in Providence, Rhode Island. Radiation oncology has several research interests, with particular emphasis on signaling pathways and cellular adhesion molecules. Most of the targeted oncology therapies developed in the past five years include tyrosine kinase-based therapies that sensitize cancer cells to radia-

Jesse N. Aronowitz, BS, SUNY Stony Brook, 1973; MD, Hahnemann, 1977 *Harrison G. Ball, BS, Saint Joseph’s, 1967; MD, Tufts, 1972 Sidney Kadish, BA, Columbia, 1963; MD, Chicago, 1967 *Lucia Languino, PhD, Negri Institute of Pharmacology, 1984

Yuan-Chyuan Lo, BS, Tsing-Hua, 1975; MS, 1977; PhD, Yale, 1986 Charles Mayo, BS, SUNY Stony Brook, 1984; PhD, UMass Amherst, 1991 Shelagh McCauley, MBBCh, Queen’s (Belfast), 1966 Richard Pieters, AB, Princeton, 1970; MEd, Boston, 1974; MD, Brown, 1982 Ken Ulin, AB, Harvard, 1971; MS, Tufts, 1979; PhD, 1984 Marcia M. Urie, AB, Mt. Holyoke, 1969; MS, Cornell, 1976; PhD, Florida, 1979 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

*Oguz I. Çatalepe, MD, Hacettepe, 1982 Maria G. Cicchetti, BA, HarvardRadcliffe, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

*Daniel Y. Kim, BA, Boston, 1976; MD, Rutgers, 1980 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Harry Bushe, BS, UMass Lowell, 1986; MS, 1992 Linda Ding, BS, Nankar, 1990; MS, Emporia State, 1994, MS, UMass Lowell, 1996; PhD, 2003 Patricia E. Webster, BS, Lock Haven, 1975 *Susan Zweizig, BA, California, 1980; MD, Harvard, 1985 INSTRUCTOR

Graeme Fisher, BS, McGill, 1976; MBA, Western Ontario, 1980; MD, Boston, 1992

*Joint appointment

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Radiology The Department of Radiology interacts with students at various times during their course of study at the Medical School. In the first year, the department employs a variety of radiologic studies to illustrate sections of gross anatomy. Studies of musculo-skeletal irregularities are also presented. The course Introduction to Radiology includes thoracic, abdominal, musculosketal, vascular and neurologic diseases. Month-long elective clerkships are offered for third- and fourth-

ods, including a partnership with Massachusetts-based Philips Medical Systems; in 2005, UMass will become a Philips show site for its potential customers. Additional enhancements include the installation of a Picture Archiving System and the establishment of a state-of-the-art, Neuro-interventional Service. RADIOLOGY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

hospitals. Students rotate through the sub-specialty areas, which

Krishna Kandarpa, BS, Washington, 1970; PhD, Pennsylvania State, 1975; MD, Miami, 1980

include: computed tomography; ultrasound magnetic resonance

PROFESSORS

year students at UMass Memorial Medical Center and affiliated

imaging; vascular interventional radiology; pediatric radiology; neuroradiology; gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal and thoracic imaging; and nuclear medicine. Opportunities to observe the entire spectrum of radiologic procedures, both diagnostic and interventional/therapeutic, are provided. Additional month-long advanced clerkships are available in vascular interventional radiology, neuroradiology and pediatric radiology, as are other individually tailored sub-specialty rotations.

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The Department of Radiology has recently garnered funding for the acquisition of new technology, staff and operational meth-

*Gerard P. Aurigemma, AB, Harvard, 1975; MD, 1979 Jerry P. Balikian, BA, American (Lebanon), 1951; MD, 1955 Gary S. Dorfman, BA, Syracuse, 1972; MD, Yale, 1976 *Marc Fisher, BS, Cornell, 1970; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1974 *Thomas (T.J.) FitzGerald, BS, San Francisco, 1975; MD, UMass Worcester, 1980 Donald J. Hnatowich, BS, Manitoba, 1963; MSc, 1964; PhD, MIT, 1968

Murray L. Janower, BA, Detroit, 1954; MD, Wayne State, 1958 Ducksoo Kim, BS, Catholic (Korea), 1969; MD, 1973 Michael A. King, BA, SUNY Oswego, 1969; MS, SUNY Albany, 1971; PhD, Rochester, 1977 Won K. Tak, MD, Kyngpook, 1965 CLINICAL PROFESSOR

Douglas W. Fellows, BS, Connecticut, 1971; MS, Ohio State, 1978; MD, Boston, 1986 ADJUNCT PROFESSORS

Paul Kleinman, BA, Boston, 1967; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1971 Christopher H. Sotak, BA, Northern Colorado, 1975; MA, 1980; PhD, Syracuse, 1983; MBA, WPI, 1995

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Susan A. Afonso, BS, Tufts, 1981; MD, UMass Worcester, 1985 *Seth T. Dahlberg, BA, Williams, 1977; MD, Tufts, 1981 Robert Licho, BA, NYU, 1980; MD, Albany Medical, 1985 Lawrence J. Moss, BA, Vermont, 1966; MD, 1973 David A. Phillips, BS, Alcorn A&M, 1959; MD, Meharry, 1970 Peter Simkin, BA, Williams, 1968, MD, Tufts, 1972 Girish Tyagi, MBBS, Maulana Azad, 1975; MBA, Northeastern, 1997 Richard J. Waite, BS, UMass Amherst, 1979; MD, UMass Worcester, 1983 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Charu S. Desai, BS, Saravajanik College of Science, 1968; MBBS, Government Medical, 1972 Paulomi K. Kanzaria, MBBS, Topiwala National, 1977 Mona M. Korgaonkar, MBBS, Armed Forces (India), 1967; MS, Institute of Medical Education (India), 1970; MD, 1973 Eugenio L. Suran, MD, Buenos Aires, 1963 Francis X. Van Houten, BS, Holy Cross, 1961; MD, Georgetown, 1965 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Stephen J. Glick, BS, Vermont, 1982; MS, WPI, 1988; PhD, 1991 Mary Rusckowski, BA, Albertus Magnus, 1975; PhD, Rutgers, 1981 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Alan D. Cooper, BS, Tufts, 1964; AM, Boston, 1966; PhD, 1968 VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Jean-Luc Vanderheyden, BPharm, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 1980; PhD, Cincinnati, 1985 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Deepak Agarwal, MD, Maulana Azad, 1975 Michael J. Barnett, BS, Tufts, 1973; MD, Tulane, 1980

Curtis J. Brasseur, BS, Central Michigan, 1983; DO, Kirksville, 1988 Peter S. Chen, BA, Harvard, 1960; MD, Columbia, 1964 John D. Hegarty, BS, Stanford, 1981; MD, Illinois, 1985 Wade J. Gebara, BS, Georgia Institute, 1989; MD, Medical College of Georgia, 1993 Sanjay Kedia, MBBS, Indore, 1988; MD, 1992 *Jeanne D. Keller, AB, Radcliffe, 1951; MD, Boston, 1955 Kye S. Kim, BA, California/Berkeley, 1988; MD, New York Medical, 1994 Steven A. Klein, BA, Brandeis, 1988; MD, SUNY Health Sciences, 1992 Young Hwan Kim, BS, Hanyang, 1982; MD, 1986; PhD, Ulsan, 1999 Noreen M. LaSalle-Green, MD, National (Ireland), 1974 Bob Liu, MS, Minnesota, 1992; PhD, 1993 Yuan-Chyuan Lo, BS, National Tsing-Hua, 1975; MS, 1977; PhD, Yale, 1987 Lisa A. Loring, BS, McGill, 1982; BS, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 Sue A. MacMaster, BS, Dalhousie, 1975; BS, Memorial (Newfoundland), 1977; MD, 1979

Joseph Makris, BS, Wentworth, 1991; MD, UMass Worcester, 1998 Prakesh Malkani, MD, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1977 David M. Markowitz, BA, Hofstra, 1977; MD, Del Noreste, 1981 Mary L. Morris, BA, Bowdoin, 1981; MS, Georgetown, 1986; MD, 1992 Petrus H. Pretorius, BS, Stellenbosch, 1980; PhD, Orange Free State, 1994 Charles Rosenbaum, BA, Vermont, 1963; MD, 1967 Paul D. Sabel, BS, Boston College, 1970; MD, UMass Worcester, 1974 Sridhar Shankar, BA, Annamalai, 1985; MBBS, Calcutta, 1991 James C. Smith, BS, Washington & Lee, 1964; MD, Virginia, 1968 Mark S. Smyczynski, BS, Illinois, 1977; MD, Chicago, 1982 Farid Thanawalla, BPharm, JN College of Pharmacy, 1986; MBBS, Grant Medical, 1991 Ellen C. Wallace, MD, Queen’s (Belfast), 1983 Murray Watnick, BA, Columbia, 1956; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1960 Milton A. Weiner, BS, MIT, 1960; MD, SUNY Upstate, 1964 CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Mark W. Sykes, BA, Minnesota, 1972; MD, 1977

Radiology’s expert faculty members include: physicians selected as members of “Best Doctors in America” and America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals; a faculty member on the UMMS team that performed pancreatic islet cell transplantation into the liver of a diabetic patient using catheter-based techniques, eliminating the patient’s insulin dependency; and

Jacqueline L. Wellman, BA, SUNY, 1975; MD, Rochester, 1979 RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Howard C. Gifford, BS, Harvey Mudd, 1983; PhD, Arizona, 1997 Guozheng Liu, BS, Hebei Teacher’s College, 1982; MS, Beijing, 1992; PhD, 1996 Yi Wang, MS, Peking, 1993; PhD, 1996 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Ketamkumar Patel, MBBS, Gujarat, 1990; MD, 1993 AFFILIATE

James F. Lingley, BA, Yale, 1959; MD, Harvard, 1963 INSTRUCTORS

Sanjay V. Kamath, MBBS, Bombay, 1988; MD, 1991 Stephen H. Karshbaum, BA, Brandeis, 1987; MD, Tufts, 1991 David M. Rogovitz, BA, Chicago, 1968; MD, Jefferson Medical, 1973 Guillermo A. Walters, BS, Cornell, 1983; ME, 1984; MD, SUNY, 1988 Tao Wang, BS, Xiamen, 1983; MS, South China Sea Institute, 1986; PhD, Memphis, 1997 Patricia E. Webster, BS, Lock Haven, 1975 RESEARCH INSTRUCTORS

Philippe Bruyant, BA, Claude Bernard, 1988; MA, 1989; MA, 1991; PhD, 1997 Bing Feng, BS, University of Science and Technology of China, 1990; PhD, Utah State, 2002 Xing Gong, BE, Hunan Normal, 1994; PhD, Zhejiang, 2001 Corrinne Groiselle, BS, Paris, 1994; MS, 1996; PhD, 2000 Jiang He, BS, Sichuan, 1991; MS, Chinese Academy of Science, 1994; PhD, Peking, 1997

an internationally renowned group of researchers in the area of Nuclear Medicine who have garnered the department a high National Institutes of Health ranking among U.S. radiology departments.

*Joint appointment

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Surgery

SURGERY FACULTY PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

The Department of Surgery has a long history of dedication to the education and mentorship of medical students. It is the aim of the department to provide a broad-based body of knowledge and basic technical skills that are applicable to all areas of medicine, with additional opportunities for more specialized study, based on individual student interest. These goals are accomplished in collaboration with several community hospitals throughout Massachusetts. The core third-year clerkship is comprised of 12 weeks, divided into two, six-week blocks. Students participate first in general/vascular surgery, where they have an opportunity to become an active and integral member of the care team. This includes not only the day-to-day treatment of patients, but also regular participation in the operating room setting. This experience is complemented by attendance at surgical clinics and offices, where students are able to assist in providing outpatient care. The alternating six weeks are spent on a variety of surgical subspecialties, including thorough outpatient, inpatient and operating room experiences. Enhancement of learning opportunities occurs through student participation in regular conferences and lectures. Fourth-year students are encouraged to enroll in a variety of month-long general surgery or subspecialty electives in order to obtain more advanced knowledge. Students may choose an individual preceptor or design a more formal subinternship. Selected students who are interested in pursuing a career in surgery may also choose to participate in a two-month Senior Scholars Program, accomplished under the guidance of a faculty preceptor and involving both clinical and research training.

Demetrius E. M. Litwin, MD, Saskatchewan, 1979 PROFESSORS AND VICE CHAIRS

Elias J. Arous, MD, Aleppo, 1975 Shuk-Mei Ho, BS, Hong Kong, 1974; PhD, 1978 Michael D. Wertheimer, BA, Swarthmore, 1967; MD, Pennsylvania, 1971 Giles F. Whalen, AB, Harvard, 1976; MD, Duke, 1980 PROFESSOR EMERITUS

John B. Herrmann, BA, Dartmouth, 1954; MD, Harvard, 1957 PROFESSORS

Lambi and Sarah Adams Chair in Genetic Research *Michael R. Green, BS, Wisconsin, 1974; MD, PhD, Washington, 1981 Harry M. Haidak Professor of Surgery Dana K. Andersen, BA, Duke, 1968; MD, 1972; MA, Yale, 1996 Harry M. Haidak Professor of Surgery Emeritus H. Brownell Wheeler, MD, Harvard, 1952 Peter B. Angood, BS, Winnipeg, 1976; MD, Manitoba, 1981 George K. Asdourian, BS, American (Lebanon), 1966; MD, 1970 Giacomo P. Basadonna, MD, Milan, 1982; PhD, 1993 Bennett Blumenkopf, BA, Boston, 1973; MD, 1976 A. Alan Conlan, MD, National, 1966

Robert M. Crowell, AB, Princeton, 1962; MD, Harvard, 1966 Bruce S. Cutler, BA, Princeton, 1962; MD, Harvard, 1966 Raymond M. Dunn, BS, WPI, 1978; MD, Albany Medical, 1982 Dariush Elahi, BS, American, 1967; MS, 1968; PhD, Dalhouise *Stephen O. Heard, BSE, Princeton, 1975; MD, Texas, 1978 Michael P. Hirsh, BS, Columbia, 1975; MD, Harvard, 1979 *Ducksoo Kim, BS, Catholic (South Korea), 1969; MD, 1973 Stephen Lahey, BS, Holy Cross; MS, Boston College, 1973; MD, Tufts, 1979 *Alan D. Michelson, MBBS, Adelaide, 1973 Nsidinanya Okike, MD, KarlEberhard, 1969 Robert M. Quinlan, BS, Holy Cross, 1966; MD, Cornell, 1970 Douglas M. Rothkopf, BA, Amherst, 1976; MD, NYU, 1980 Parviz J. Sadighi, BS, Daralfonoon, 1956; MD, Teheran, 1962 Ashok Saluja, BS, Punjab Agricultural, 1973; MS, 1975; PhD, Washington State, 1980 *Cheryl R. Scheid, BS, William & Mary, 1970; MA, Boston, 1972; PhD, 1976 CLINICAL PROFESSORS

Eugene W. Liebowitz, MD, Albany Medical, 1966 *Jane C. Sargent, BA, Radcliffe, 1964; MD, Hahnemann, 1974 RESEARCH PROFESSOR

Frederick A. Anderson Jr., BS, BA, Tufts, 1971; MS, WPI, 1975; PhD, 1984 ADJUNCT PROFESSOR

Along with the recruitment of exceptional faculty and the maintance of its strong tradition in providing outstanding trauma services, the Department of Surgery continues its growth with: the development of a cardiovascular center of excellence; a focus on enhancing minimally invasive techniques in all disciplines; and an increasing concentration on surgical oncology.

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Carol Miller-Graziano, BS, San Diego State, 1966; MS, Utah, 1969; PhD, 1972 ADJUNCT CLINICAL PROFESSOR

Norman Shulman, BS, Tufts, 1961; MD, Tufts University, 1965 VISITING PROFESSOR

Josephine M. Egan, BS, National (Ireland), 1976; MD, 1978

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Harry L. Anderson III, BS, Michigan, 1981; MD, 1985 *Thomas F. Breen, BA, Williams, 1976; MD, Vermont, 1981 Sheldon Brotman, BA, Gettysburg, 1962; MD, Maryland, 1966 Christian T. Campos, BS, Dartmouth, 1979; MD, Duke, 1983 Oguz I. Çatalepe, MD, Hacettepe, 1982 Luca Cicalese, MD, Rome, 1990 Timothy C. Counihan, BS, UMass, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1990 Pamela Ellsworth, BS, Boston College, 1983; MD, UMass Worcester, 1987 Nicola A. Francalancia, BS, Pennsylvania State, 1978; MS, 1983; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1988 Gary M. Fudem, AB, Stanford, 1978; MD, Case Western Reserve, 1982 Paul M. Haidak, BS, Union, 1967; MD, Albany Medical, 1971 John J. Kelly, BA, Holy Cross, 1988; MD, UMass Worcester, 1992 Janice F. Lalikos, BA, Chase Western, 1984; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1988 Baltej S. Maini, MD, All-India, 1969 Jodie Maranchie, ScB, Brown, 1989; MD, Northwestern, 1993 Ciaran McNamee, BS, Loyola (Montreal), 1977; MD, McGill, 1981 *Dominic J. Nompleggi, AB, Georgetown, 1972; MS, 1974; PhD, 1977; MD, 1982 Craig A. Paterson, BS, McMaster, 1988; MD, 1992; MS, 1997 Joseph L. Pfeifer, BS, Fordham, 1973; MS, 1975; MD, New Jersey, 1981 Francis J. Podbielski, BA, Chicago, 1984; MS, 1986; MD, Northwestern, 1990 Cristiana Rastellini, BS, Rome, 1986; MD, 1992 Michael J. Rohrer, BS, Northwestern, 1980; MD, 1981

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS EMERITI

Louis F. Anastasia, BS, Georgetown, 1956; MD 1960 Charles R. Roberts, BA, Southern Methodist, 1956; MD, Baylor, 1960 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Adam Saltman, AB, Harvard, 1983; MPhil, Columbia, 1985; PhD, 1990; MD, 1990 Richard Swanson, BA, Harvard, 1976; MD, 1980 Marc E. Uknis, BA, Temple, 1986; MD, 1990 Martyn A. Vickers, BS, Georgetown, 1964; MD, 1968 John P. Weaver, BS, Bucknell, 1978; MS, Case Western Reserve, 1980; MD, Texas, 1986 CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Philip J. Ayvazian, MD, UMass Worcester, 1988; MS, Tufts, 1989

Mitchell H. Bamberger, BA, Emory, 1978; MD, Albany Medical, 1982; MBA, Plymouth State, 1999 John Castle, BS, Rochester, 1985; MD, 1989 *David A. Kaufman, BS, McGill, 1974; MD, Queen’s, 1980 Edward Kazarian, BA, Adelphi, 1969; MD, St. Louis, 1973 John V. Shufflebarger, BA, West Virginia, 1983; MD, 1987 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Jian-Ming Li, MD, Shanghai First, 1955 *Babs R. Soller, BS, Union, 1975; MA, Princeton, 1977; PhD, 1980

Edward L. Amaral, BS, Boston College, 1957; MD, Georgetown, 1961 Richard M. Basile, BS, Tufts, 1973; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1977 Robert D. Blute Sr., AB, Boston College, 1943; MD, Tufts, 1946 Robert D. Blute Jr., BS, Boston College, 1970; MD, Tufts, 1974 Michael J. Bradbury, BS, Brooklyn, 1969; MD, Georgetown, 1973 Harvey G. Clermont, BS, Holy Cross, 1961; MD, Harvard, 1965 Michael S. Cohn, BA, Pennsylvania, 1969; MD, SUNY Downstate, 1973 George A. Csank, MD, Pècs, 1983 Eugene L. Curletti, BS, Tufts, 1969; MS, 1971; MD, Vermont, 1975 Donald Czerniach, BA, Lehigh, 1990; MD, New Jersey, 1995 Paul D. Danielson, BA, Williams, 1988; MD, Rochester, 1992 Alec Danylevich, BA, Harvard, 1969; BMD, Dartmouth, 1972; MD, George Washington, 1974 Andrew W. Danyluk, BA, Rutgers, 1977; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1981 David L. Dykhuizen, BA, Vermont, 1970; MD, Ohio State, 1975 Mohammed H. Eslami, BS, SUNY Stony Brook, 1987; MD, Harvard, 1991 Robert D. Fanelli, BS, Richmond, 1982; MD, Pennsylvania, 1986 Susan C. Fiorillo, BA, Bryn Mawr, 1976; DMD, Pennsylvania, 1980 Anne M. Gilroy, BA, Rhode Island, 1974; MA, San Jose State, 1980 *Joint appointment

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Cynthia A. Gingalewski, BS, Rochester, 1986; SUNY Health Sciences, 1990 Stephen P. Griffey, BS, Brown, 1976; MD, Georgetown, 1987 Subhash C. Gulati, MD, D.A.V. College, 1966; Government (India), 1970 Timothy B. Hopkins, BA, South Dakota, 1967; BS, 1968; MD, Harvard, 1970 Philip J. Howard Jr., BS, Bowdoin, 1956; MD, Michigan, 1961 Margaret Hudlin, BSN, Simmons, 1979; MD, Harvard, 1992 Stuart R. Jaffee, BS, Tufts, 1951; MD, 1955 Allen B. Kantrowitz, BS, MIT, 1976; MD, Michigan, 1980 Diane P. Karalekas, BS, MIT, 1983; MD, Cornell, 1989 Todd M. Lasner, BS, Duke, 1987; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1991 Anne C. Larkin, BM, Missouri, 1987; MD, Columbia, 1992 Frank J. McCabe, BA, Bowdoin, 1990; MD, UMass Worcester, 1995 Gerald T. McGillicuddy, AB, Harvard, 1977; MD, Tufts, 1981 Alan P. Moss, BA, Vermont 1969; MD, 1973 Erkan Mutlukan, MD, Hacettepe, 1986; PhD, Glasgow, 1995 David Noyes, BA, Cornell, 1972; MD, Vermont, 1976 Bhalchandra G. Parulkar, MD, Bombay, 1987 Richard Perugini, BS, Yale, 1990; MD, Connecticut, 1994 Pascale Perusse, MD, Sherbrooke, 1981 Mark L. Shapiro, BA, Michigan State, 1993; MD, Ross, 1997 Paul Silverstein, BA, NYU, 1969; MD, New York Medical, 1974 Mark E. Stoker, BS, Nicholls State, 1979; MD, Louisiana State, 1983 Hiroomi Tada, BA, Haverford, 1985; PhD, Thomas Jefferson, 1992; MD, 1994 Stephen E. Tosi, AB, Dartmouth, 1966; MD, Cornell, 1970 Richard H. Whitten, BS, Tufts, 1968; MD, 1972 Joseph M. Williams, BA, BS, Rochester, 1978; MS, 1986; MD, PhD, 1989

CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Paul Arcand, BS, Providence, 1987; MD, Tufts, 1991 Paula B. Bellin, BA, Rochester, 1984; MS, Boston, 1986; MD, 1994 Gregory Gallivan, BS, Tufts, 1958; MD, 1962 Abraham Haddad, BA, Boston, 1963; DMD, Tufts, 1967

Leon G. Josephs, BS, Boston College, 1980; MD, Boston, 1984 John Kearns, BS, Fordham, 1968; MD, Albany Medical, 1972 Basil Michaels, BA, Columbia, 1983; MD, 1987 Pranetha Narahari, MBBS, Osmania, 1988 William T. Tang, BA, Baylor, 1989; MD, Johns Hopkins, 1993

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY DIVISIONS Cardiac Surgery – to be announced General Surgery –

John J. Kelly, MD, Chief Colorectal Surgery –

Craig A. Paterson, MD, Section Chief Minimally Invasive Surgery (Endosurgery) –

John J. Kelly, MD, Section Chief Neurosurgery –

John P. Weaver, MD, Chief Ophthalmology –

George K. Asdourian, MD, Chief Organ Transplantation –

Giacomo P. Basadonna, MD, PhD, Chief Liver & Small Bowel Transplantation –

Luca Cicalese, MD, Section Chief Pediatric Surgery –

Michael P. Hirsh, MD, Chief Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery –

Raymond M. Dunn, MD, Chief Surgical Oncology –

Giles F. Whalen, MD, Chief Thoracic Surgery –

A. Alan Conlan, MD, Chief Trauma and Critical Care Services – to be announced Critical Care Services –

Margaret M. Hudlin, MD, Director Trauma Services –

Michael P. Hirsh, MD, Director Urology –

Pamela I. Ellsworth, MD, Chief Urologic Research Center & Translational Research –

RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Robert Y.S. Cheng, DVM, National Taiwan, 1991; PhD, Hong Kong, 1997 Rajinder K. Dawra, BS, Panjab, 1972; MS, 1974; PhD, 1978 Paul J. Fanning, BS, Merrimack, 1986; PhD, Harvard, 1999 Glenn R. Gaudette, BS, UMass Dartmouth, 1989; MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992; PhD, SUNY Stony Brook, 2002 Paul Mak, BS, Northeastern, 1978; PhD, Boston, 1984 Viqar Syed, BS, Punjab, 1976; MS, Quaid-I-Azam, 1979; PhM, 1982; PhD, Karolinska Institute, 1987 Neville N. Tam, BS, Hong Kong, 1989; MS, 1996; PhD, 2000 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Kristen L. Billiar, BS, Cornell, 1991; MS, 1992; PhD, Pennsylvania, 1998 SENIOR AFFILIATES

W. Gerald Austen, BS, MIT, 1951; MD, Harvard, 1955 Mortimer J. Buckley, BA, Holy Cross, 1954; MD, Boston, 1958 AFFILIATES

Robert S. Bennett, AB, Dartmouth, 1964; MD, Cornell, 1970 Melvyn H. Defrin, BEE, CUNY, 1966; MD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1975 Richard M. Eisenberg, BA, Pennsylvania, 1976; MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1980 Denis J. Fitzgerald, BA, Brown, 1962; MD, New Jersey, 1967 Jeffrey P. Gallo, BA, Rochester, 1986; MD, UMass Worcester, 1991 Robert Gise, BA, Brown, 1971; MD, Boston, 1975 Wayne B. Glazier, BA, Case Western Reserve, 1970; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1974 Benjamin Grajales, BS, Adelphi, 1981; MD, Harvard, 1987

Shuk-Mei Ho, PhD, Director Vascular Surgery –

Bruce S. Cutler, MD, Chief

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Michael D. Thompson, BS, UMass Lowell, 1993; MS, California/Los Angeles, 1985; MD, UMass Worcester, 1993

*Joint appointment

John F. Hatch, BS, Boston, 1982; ME, Dartmouth, 1984; MD, UMass Worcester, 1988 Jeffrey S. Isen, BA, SUNY Albany, 1973; MD, SUNY Buffalo, 1980 W. David Kelly, BS, Boston College, 1969; DMD, Tufts, 1973 Mohan K. Korgaonkar, BS, Bombay (Wilson), 1963; MBBS, Armed Forces (India), 1969 Jeffrey D. Levine, BA, Princeton, 1970; MD, Catholic (Belgium), 1977 Glenn A. Meltzer, BA, Clark, 1962; MD, Cornell, 1966 Fred Orlando, BS, Fordham, 1981; MD, Harvard, 1985

Cynthia M. Poulos, BA, NYU, 1981; MD, SUNY Stony Brook, 1985 Keith Rae, DMD, Pennsylvania, 1981; MD 1984 Charanjit S. Rao, MD, Government (India), 1971 Willard G. Rice Jr., AB, Amherst, 1964; MD, Tufts, 1968 Gregory D. Shouldice, BS, Ottawa, 1975; MD, 1979 INSTRUCTORS

Mustafa Akyurek, MD, Hacettepe, 1990 Larry Lockerman, BA, Yeshiva, 1973; DDS, College Of Dentistry, 1977

Aruna Purohit, BS, Mysore, 1980; MS, 1982; PhD, 1988 Melinda Taylor, BS, WPI, 1987 Robert W. Vorhies, BS, Kansas State, 1991; MD, Carver College, 1996 Jia-Jin Zheng, MD, Shanghai First Medical, 1959 CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS

RESEARCH INSTRUCTORS

Melissa L. Brown, BS, UMass Amherst, 1994; MS, RushPresbyterian, 1997; PhD, Illinois, 2003 Karen Kodys, BA, New Hampshire, 1976 Olusola O. Soyemi, BS, Ibadan, 1992; PhD, Baylor, 2000

Joseph Adolph, BS, MIT, 1966; MD, Tufts, 1970 Mark S. DiStefano, MD, Georgetown, 1979

“UMMS is part of a comprehensive clinical network that offers medical students many opportunities to work in varied community settings.” Gigi Anand, MD, MPH Assistant Professor of Family Medicine & Community Health Co-investigator of a National Institutes of Health grant piloting the integration of complementary medicine approaches into core curriculum at six medical schools including UMMS, Dr. Anand emphasizes teaching communication with patients and respect for their health care practices. “UMMS places an exceptional emphasis on communication and the doctor-patient relationship.”

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