reunion 2008
 
 


Message

A Tribute

Recognition Luncheon

Clinicopathological Conference

Annual Crab Feast

Dean's Brunch

Reuion Class Parties

 
 

 
 
2008-09
Medical Alumni Board


Ronald Goldner, ’65
President

Martin I. Passen, ’90
President-Elect

Otha Myles, ’98
Vice President

Nelson H. Goldberg, ’73
Treasurer

Tamara Burgunder, ’00
Secretary

Protagoras Cutchis, ’83
Margaret A. Flowers, ’90
Josh Forman, ’01
Charlotte M.
   Jones-Burton, ’99
Alan R. Malouf, ’85
Joseph P. Martinez, ’98
Jerome Ross, ’60
Elizabeth Tso, ’79
Katherine N. Wex, ’00

Directors

 
Recognition Luncheon



Gilden, Heisler, Kalish Honored at133rd Recognition Luncheon

 

Donald H. Gilden, ’63, an expert on viral infections of the nervous system and professor and chair of the department of neurology and professor of micro biology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, received the 2008 Honor Award & Gold Key at the 133rd Recognition Luncheon on May 2. The award, given since 1948, recognizes outstanding contributions to medicine and distinguished service to mankind. Alice B. Heisler, ’63, the second female president of the Medical Alumni Association and long-time Maryland faculty member, and Murray A. Kalish, ’73, a member of the faculty, former alumni president, and captain for the class of 1973, were co-recipients of the 2008 Distinguished Service Award. The honor has been presented since 1986 for outstanding service to the medical school and alumni association. In addition, 21 members from the class of 1958, celebrating their golden anniversary, were recognized during the luncheon.



Donald H. Gilden, ’63; Murray A. Kalish, ’73, with daughter Jennifer and granddaughter Gavriela
Out-going board member George Boyer, ’83,and wife Alicia
Alice B. Heisler, ’63, with SOM dean E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA
Donald H. Gilden, ’63; Murray A. Kalish, ’73, with daughter Jennifer and granddaughter Gavriela
Out-going board member George Boyer, ’83,
and wife Alicia
Alice B. Heisler, ’63, with SOM dean E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA


  Did we take your picture?   Sallee Keller joins husband Richard, ’58, and class captain Stuart Brager, ’58. Out-going board member Barry Schlossberg, ’68 (right) receives his award from MAA president David B. Sigman, ’93.
 

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Sallee Keller joins husband Richard, ’58, and class captain Stuart Brager, ’58.
Out-going board member Barry Schlossberg, ’68
(right) receives his award from MAA president
David B. Sigman, ’93.








  


               Honor Award & Gold Key & MAA Service Award


      Alumni, faculty, and friends are invited to send in nominations for two MAA-sponsored awards by November 1, 2008. The Honor Award & Gold Key is presented to a living graduate based on outstanding contributions to medicine and distinguished service to mankind. Factors considered in the selection process include: impact of accomplishments; local, national, and international recognition; support letters, and publications. The Medical Alumni Association Service Award is given to an individual who has provided outstanding service to the Association and Medical School. The awards will be presented during the Reunion Recognition Luncheon on Friday, May 1, 2009.
Letters of nomination for both awards must include a curriculum vitae and should be addressed to:
 

Alan R. Malouf, ’85
Chair, Awards Committee
Medical Alumni Association
522 W. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-1636 or emailed to:
maa@medalumni.umaryland.edu
 

 

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