Truants from Medicine Medicine has always numbered in its ranks men and
women who have made significant contributions to the arts. In a lecture
delivered at the fourth Biennial International Film Festival at the
Texas Health Science Center, John Bowers, ’38, examined the lives of
a few physicians whose contributions have earned them lasting renown
in the areas of music, drama, and literature—so much so that
you may be unaware of their medical training.
Alumna Profile: June K. Robinson, ’74 Shedding Light on the Sun’s Harmful Effects
The new editor for Archives of Dermatology is a nationally regarded skin cancer
expert currently serving as professor and director of the division of dermatology
at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Dr. Robinson is on
a mission to educate the public that too much sun can be fatal.
Match Day Graduates from the Class of ’04 learned the locations
of their future training during the annual Match Day ceremony in Davidge Hall
March 18. The
percentage of those heading to primary care was 43% this year, compared to
53% last year. The reason: fewer graduates choosing pediatrics.