Obituaries and In Memoriam
Frederick A. Horner, M.D.
Frederick A. Horner, M.D. (M ’47), the first chief of child neurology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, died April 20 at the age of 90. More about Frederick A. Horner, M.D.»
Kenneth Jackman, M.D.
Kenneth “Van” Jackman, M.D. (M ’67), a University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry faculty member for more than 30 years, died Aug. 18 at his home on Upper Saranac Lake, New York. He was 69. More about Kenneth Jackman, M.D.»
Leon Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
Leon L. Miller, M.D., Ph.D. (M ’45), a scientist and physician who was part of the University of Rochester Medical Center for much of its history, died Sept. 3, at Highland Hospital in Rochester. He was 97. More about Leon Miller, M.D., Ph.D.»
James M. Stewart, M.D.
James M. Stewart, M.D., clinical professor emeritus of the Department of Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, died Sept. 20 at his home in Rochester. He was 88. More about James M. Stewart, M.D. »
- Thomas B. Barnett (MD ’49)
- Kurt M. Bertram (MS ’10)
- Julian Carroll (R ’57)
- Robert Chiarello (MD ’79)
- Nelson M. Chitterling (R ’62)
- Alexander E. Dodds (MD ’48, R ’51)
- Solomon Fisch (PhD ’49)
- F. David Fisher(MD ’57)
- James F. Fortune (MD ’44)
- Russell W. Garrett(MS ’03, PhD ’05)
- Donald A. Gordon (MS ’62)
- Samuel Gross(MD ’55)
- Donald W. Helbig (MD ’61)
- John L. Ilsley (MD ’48)
- Kenneth V. Jackman (MD ’67)
- John A .King (BA ’44, MD ’46)
- Bernard Macik (R ’83)
- Parker E. Mahan (PhD ’65)
- Leon L. Miller (MD ’45)
- Arthur R. Morley (MD ’52)
- Myles C. Morrison (MD ’47, R ’54)
- Dominic J. Scaramuzzino (MD ’57)
- Frederick A. Schroeder (MD ’61)
- Calvin A. Stanfield (MD ’53, FLW ’60)
- Otis L. Tucker (MD ’77)
- Russell C. Vannoy (PhD ’73)
Simulation and Medical Education
Linda Spillane, M.D., assistant dean for medical simulation at the School of Medicine and Dentistry, discusses the value of simulation in medical education and its future at the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
School of Medicine and Dentistry students who want to improve their language skills and expand their knowledge of Latino culture to develop the skills necessary to work with Spanish-speaking patients can choose a unique certification program, the Latino Health Pathway, which includes electives, community outreach activities and research projects.
An alumnus and his camera with soldiers in Afghanistan
Barry M. Goldstein, M.D., Ph. D., (M ’81, PhD ’82), has become a student of soldiers under pressure, recording what he sees with his camera. See his most recent collection of photos called Battle Mind, from a stay in Afganistan with a reserve unit that oversees mental health caare for soldiers on deployment.