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1 40th Reunion Georgetown Med School October A collection of Updates from members of the Class of 1972

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS MARY BRITA BERGEN-CHAGNON Page 3 DENIS CHAGNON Page 3 FREDRIC (Ric) V. CHRISTIAN.. Page 4 DAVE GANG.. Page 5 RICHARD (Rich) GREENSPUN.. Page 6 SEYMOUR (Sy) I. HEPNER. Page 7 DAN HOTH. Page 8 DANIEL KENADY.... Page 9 DANIEL KISNER.. Page 10 RICHARD KLEIN.. Page 11 LOUISE LIANG..... Page 12 WILLIAM LICAMELE... Page 13 RICHARD (Rich) A. MATZA.. Page 14 PAMELA MEYER ZUCKERMAN. Page 15 ROBERT MICHAELS.. Page 16 RON MONSAERT. Page 17 CATHERINE O GARA. Page 18 MAUREEN O REGAN.. Page 10 THOMAS WALKER. Page 20 RICHARD (RICK) A. WALSH..... Page RAOUL WIENTZEN Page 23 2

3 MARY BRITA BERGEN-CHAGNON (M'72) Anesthesiology DENIS CHAGNON ( C'68 & M'72) Family Physician 383 Vly Road, Schenectady, NY After Residency in Syracuse, NY (Denis in Family Practice and Brita in Anesthesiology,) the M'72 couple moved to Albany,NY where they have been ever since but not for long! Brita is still at Albany Medical Center working 4 days a week, and Denis is still in a full time group practice of Family Medicine. We have two sons, both married, and one beautiful granddaughter. We are both looking forward to retiring before the end of this year. We will then be moving to our favorite place in the world, Lake Placid, NY. We built a vacation home there in the late 1980's and recently renovated the place to be our retirement location. We are looking forward to having only one home after over 25 years with two! 3

4 FREDRIC (Ric) V. CHRISTIAN (M 72) Cardiology 83 Wheeler Street, Rehoboth, MA (C) Since completing residency and fellowship at Rhode Island Hosp / Brown Univ., I have practiced cardiology in Providence for the past 35 years. I am a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Brown and remain active in medical student, resident and fellow training. Our Cardiology practice was recently acquired by the Lifespan Hospital System and I am now employed by the Cardiovascular Institute. Linda and I have been married for 31 years and have 2 sons Matthew (BS-Brandeis & MBA Northwestern) and Marc (BA-Kenyon &M.Ed., U. Penn) In 1999, I founded and served as 1 st President of the RI Chapter of the Am. College of Cardiology; 2005 served as Pres. Of the RI Medical Society; currently serving my 7 th year on the BOD of BCBSRI.. I enjoy family time, friends and cycling. I have started reducing my work days, as we look to spending more time in Naples, FL. Best wishes for a happy and meaningful reunion - I will be there in spirit! 4

5 DAVE GANG (M 72) Pathology I have no regrets about my career and life choices and don't plan to retire any time soon. Following Georgetown I did a Medical Internship at St. E's in Brighton followed by a residency in anatomic pathology at Tufts Medical Center. I had a marvelous opportunity to finish up a fellowship at MGH and ended up in the Pathology Department there for over 9 years. I was the pathologist of record on 39 NEJM CPC's. I left in 1985 to join the faculty at UMASS Worcester where I stayed until I have been at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield since July of 1991 where I am chief of Anatomic Pathology at a Professor of Pathology at Tufts School of Medicine (Baystate is the Western Campus). I am involved in teaching both at the medical school in Boston and in our free-standing residency program with 16 pathology residents. I am board certified in anatomic pathology with subspecialty boards in pediatric pathology. I live in Longmeadow MA, a suburb of Springfield, with my wife of 26 years, Roberta Hillenberg-Gang. We have three boys, Jon, Nick, and Alex, ages 34 (first marriage), 24, and 23, none of whom have chosen to enter the minefield of medicine. No one is married yet and we have no grandchildren. Roberta is a graphic designer and extremely tech savvy and keeps me up to date. Nick is a recent Tufts graduate who as a terrific jazz baritone sax player got into music engineering and now works for Kurzweil in Waltham as a digital signal process engineer. Jon, a creative writer, went to Colorado College and stayed out there to work in Durango and Boulder in public relations. Our oldest Alex, with two degrees in creative writing, is a manager at Boston's friendliest restaurant, Bistro du Midi, on the Garden next to the Four Seasons (please go and ask for Alex). I love my job at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield where I specialize in GI and pediatric pathology. Retirement is hot an option at the moment and I plan to work as long as I can. I do lots of other things both inside and outside of medicine. I collect (and rarely sell) antique toys, play tennis and paddle tennis, ride a road bike, hike, kayak, serve on the board of the Springfield Symphony, serve on national committees of the College of American Pathologists, interview local HS applicants and serve as class newsletter editor for Dartmouth '68, and collect fine wine. Life is good and I have been blessed with good health and a stimulating career. P.S. Mike Dillon joined Gyn oncology at Baystate last year. I see him frequently. He's doing great. P.P.S. I was out in California last week and had my own personal reunion with Rich and Ann Greenspun. 5

6 RICHARD (Rich) GREENSPUN (M 72) Internal Medicine th Street, Santa Monica, CA Married - Wife: Ann (Slattery); 3 Children, 2 Grandchildren; live in Santa Monica & Palm Desert, CA. Practice in Internal Medicine, Santa Monica, CA; Hospice Medical Director; Teaching Staff UCLA (Asst. Clinical Professor of Medicine). Previously: Chief Medical Officer 1984 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles; Team Physician LA Clippers. 6

7 SEYMOUR (Sy) I. HEPNER (M 72) Pediatric Cardiology 1832 Corcran Street, N.W., Washington, DC I did my Pediatric training at New York Hospital and my Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at Cornell as well. I then returned to Georgetown where I was the Chief of Pediatric Cardiology for 11 years. At the request of the Chairman of Pediatrics at Fairfax Hospital (VA) I moved my clinical activities to Northern Virginia and developed a program that now has over 20 Pediatric Cardiologists and an active Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery program. I retired from active practice in Sept., 2011 I have 2 young adult sons, both of whom live in New York. My older son is a graduate of Georgetown Law School. 7

8 DAN HOTH (M 72) Medical Oncology 2240 Green Street, San Francisco, CA After training in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology at Georgetown, I stayed on the Faculty for 3 years. For the last 35 years, I have focused on the clinical development of investigational drugs in cancer and infectious disease. In 1980, I moved to NIH. From , I served at the National Institute as Chief, Investigational Drug Branch, responsible for all clinical investigations of IND stage anticancer pharmaceuticals. From I took a detour and focused on the AIDS epidemic. I served as Director, Division of AIDS at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. The responsibilities ranged from clinical trials of drugs to vaccine R&D to epidemiology. In 1993, I left NIH and moved to San Francisco, into the biotechnology industry. Initially, I worked at Cell Genesys, as Senior VP and Chief Medical Officer ( ). Subsequently, I was appointed Senior VP of Development and Chief Medical Officer of AXYS Pharmaceuticals. I currently do full time consulting in Oncology drug development. This includes several clinical/scientific advisory Boards, as well as the Board of Directors for three companies. I have had the privilege of participating in the dozens of clinical development programs in Oncology and five drugs that became FDA approved. I have had a great time in developing small molecules, antibodies, cytokines, gene therapy and vaccines. 8

9 DANIEL KENADY (M 72) Surgical Oncology 2036 Lakeside Drive, Lexington, KY I have 2 children (38 & 35 y.o.) and am married for 15 years to Lynn (3 children, 5 grandchildren). I am Professor of Surgery at the U of KY (33 rd year at UK). My practice is primarily Head & Neck cancer and Melanoma but I am known as a Hand Surgeon I ll do anything I can get my hands on! Hobby wise I m a long time runner with 10 marathons (Boston x3), hiker, and mountaineer (Kilimanjaro, Nepal, Andes). I look forward to renewing friendships at the reunion! 9

10 DANIEL KISNER (M 72) Medical Oncology Camino Real, Rancho Santa Fe, CA I am now semi-retired and sitting on several Boards of Directors. After training at GUH, in Med and Med Oncology, I spent five years at NCI in Bethesda and then Academic Medicine at UT, in San Antonio. In the mid 80 s I entered industry at Smith Klein and ran drug development there and at Abbott Labs. I then spent 15yrs in Biotech, including a CEO role at a public company. I finished my full time career in Biotech Venture Capital. I am married to Rosette for 28 yrs with 2 adult children. I stay active and enjoy hiking and fly fishing. 10

11 RICHARD KLEIN ( M 72) Family Practice & ER Medicine 5632 Marlborough Road, Pittsburg, PA I have been living in Pittsburgh since Married to Debra for 31 years and have 3 children: Rachel, Samantha and Noah. I enjoy practicing Primary Care-Family Practice and proud to be a graduate of Georgetown. I play tennis (doubles only) twice weekly all year and play golf in good weather. I plan to continue working full time for two more years and then decrease my work load. I enjoy traveling, attending theatre, and sporting events. I ve seen five Super Bowl Champions, three Stanley Cup champions and one World Series winner since 1975in Pittsburgh. I hope to attend another reunion in five years. 11

12 LOUISE LIANG (M 72) Pediatrics/Administrative Medicine NW Montreux Drive, Issaquah, WA Years Have Passed Since my goal was to practice pediatrics, I chose Georgetown because of its reputation for excellent clinical training. But that is not the pathway I eventually took and Georgetown and residency training in Boston never prepared me for the administrative jobs that I have had. I have spent my career primarily in executive management - Henry Ford Hospital, Federal Government, Harvard Community Health Plan, Straub Clinic and Hospital, Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, and Kaiser Permanente, corporate office. I met my husband, Richard Stiles, urologist and executive, in Boston during residency and we have two wonderful children, Margot (marine scientist, aged 35) and Ethan (operational manager at Starbucks headquarters, aged 32). We have lived in Detroit, Norfolk, VA, Washington, DC, Boston, Honolulu, Seattle, and Oakland, CA. Over the years, I became very involved with quality improvement in healthcare, serving on several boards and national committees, as well as speaking, consulting, and writing on the topic. At Kaiser Permanente I wrote a book describing the work I led implementing their national electronic health record and improving patient care. I spoke at many national and international meetings about our experience and have had the pleasure of learning about healthcare in many organizations and countries. I retired a year ago and am enjoying golf, hiking, photography, and travel. We live in Seattle and are blessed with an energetic one year old grandson nearby who keeps us young.or at least tired! I am sorry to miss the reunion and look forward to reading about many of you! ~Louise 12

13 WILLIAM LICAMELE (M 72) Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 6208 Nethercombe Court, McLean, VA Wife: Annamarie (met at GU Hospital where she started the ChildLife Teaching Program). Three children Hoyas (Mary Ann: MSB 01, MBA 09; Louis: C 04; Will: C 07). All of their spouses are Hoyas! Was Head of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at GTU until 1997, then Private Practice, McLean, VA. Very active in GU Alumni Association for Undergrad., Medical and Hoya Sports. Three great grandkids! 13

14 RICHARD (Rich) A. MATZA (M 72) Orthopaedics/Joint Replacement 207 Flag Stick Court, Oxford, CT I did Orthopaedic training at Tufts Medical; Specialty Training in Joint Replacements and Hand; Practicing in Waterbury, CT since Started The Arthritis Center of CT in 1985 where I have been the surgical director since. Had 2 boys. One is an MD from Tufts Medical; my other is at Georgetown Med School, finished his 3 rd year and took parts I and II of the steps toward licensure. Now he is in the McDonough School of Business, where he received a scholarship. I have plans to practice 5 more years, then, I will spend time in Ashville, NC and Vero Beach, FL where I have homes. I will practice Cenegenics in both locations. I have practiced Nutrigenics for the past 20 years, with an emphasis on low calorie diet, exercise daily and IS supplements a day. Just like we learned in Med School. 14

15 PAMELA MEYER ZUCKERMAN (M 72) Pediatrics 16 Greenwich Park, Boston, MA (c) Wow the forty years has gone by both slowly and fast but I have had a lucky, satisfying, productive and happy professional and personal life. Barry Zuckerman and I matched to go to Boston together for internship at Boston City Hospital in 1972 and we married at the end of internship year. So for us also almost 40 years too! We have two great kids, now 37 and 35. Our son develops buildings in Brooklyn and surfs all over the world. Our daughter is a new NP and has started to work in my office with me which is a real joy. Not married, and no grandkids yet for us. Boohoo. Barry has written about himself separately, but I am extraordinarily proud of him and his far sighted and enormous accomplishments in his career and his noble heart. Who would have thought!? I have worked as a pediatrician since graduation and training, first 12 years in a pediatric hospital with programs for disabled children doing output/ed/inpatient care. The next 13 years I was in a big private practice in Brookline MA, then spent a year at Children s Hospital Boston on the coordinated care service and in the myelodysplasia program. In 2001 I went back into practice in a smaller setting in Brookline where I continue to see Well children from birth to 21 and a small percentage of children with developmental disabilities and ADD, ASD, behavior problems. I'm not ready to retire but some of my days are way too long and I'm way too tired! I have loved taking care of children. They are fresh, funny and will tell you the truth. And getting to care for them and their parents over many years has been wonderfully enlarging and fulfilling. I'm proud to have gone to Georgetown. The clinical skills we learned have been a sound underpinning and I have passed them along to students and house staff along the way. In addition to raising our kids, I have had a lot of fun pursuing other interests. I am a serious oil painter, figurative/portraits for last 25 years. I take ballet and yoga classes since after my kids were born. We got certified as scuba divers about 12 years ago and I like to go out west a couple times a year to ride horses. Barry and I have done some fantastic travel over the years, often courtesy of his teaching invitations. We have had the best times also combining trips for fun with medical sight visits for teaching and giving care in Africa, South America, Bangladesh. We always bring books for the children! (That's one of Barry's great programs). I'm really looking forward to the reunion. Hope I can still recognize everyone. We were a hairy group of youngsters back in those days ( I was looking thru the yearbook!) 15

16 ROBERT MICHAELS (M 72) Rheumatology 204 Fantasia Road, Inwood, WV : Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Georgetown Univ. Hospital : US Army, Chief of Internal Medicine, Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle : Rheumatology fellowship at Georgetown Univ. Hospital; : Chief, Section of Rheumatology, Guthrie Clinic, Sayre, PA; , Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Administration, Columbia University : Director of Medical Education, United Health Services Hospitals, Binghamton, NY; Clerkship Director of Internal Medicine, Binghamton Clinical Campus of Upstate Medical Center : Medical Director, United Medical Associates Multispecialty Physicians Group Practice, Johnson City, NY July 2007: Retired from full time practice Sept 2007-Present: Clinical Professor of Medicine, part-time faculty, West Virginia University, Eastern Division, Martinsburg, WV; Volunteer Physician: Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic, Ranson, WV 16

17 RON MONSAERT (M 72) Endocrinology 1084 Koalin Rd, Kennett Square, PA After completing my fellowship I joined Geisinger Clinic, eventually becoming Dept. Director for Endocrinology. For the past ten years, I have been with Christiana Care Health System in Wilmington, DE. I am semi-retired, reducing my outpatient practice to 3 days a week. I have been very active with the Am. Diabetes Assn. I have served a 3 year term on the Nat. Board of Directors, chair or member of several national committees and have been State President on 3 occasions. My wife Terry and I have a son, Richard, currently in his 3rd year at Davidson College. This past summer he studied at Madeleine College, Cambridge. Just prior to this, we traveled in Europe, meeting my Belgian (Flemish) family for the first time. Recognizing my Civic Responsibility I am now constructing a Japanese Garden on my property, noting that nearby Winterthur and Longwood Gardens do not have one. I am sorry I cannot attend this reunion. I hope all are well and I will look forward to seeing everyone at the 50th 17

18 CATHERINE O GARA (Cathy) (M 72) Internal Medicine - Hematology Address Withheld years have passed since but I haven t yet! Retired in

19 MAUREEN O REGAN (M 72, R 75) Ob-Gyn 6311 Evermay Drive, Mc Lean, VA (C) (H) Still at it! Clinical practice of Ob-Gyn for 37 years last 15 years only Gyn. Stayed local Arlington Hospital (now Virginia Hospital Center) is my base of practice, in a group of 8for last 10 years. Still independent. Slowing down some Married to Pablo Falo for 39 years; 2 daughters: an attorney on Capitol Hill and a Neuroscientist on the Faculty at Columbia. 5 grandsons. It has been and continues to be a wonderful ride. 19

20 THOMAS WALKER (C 66, G 70, M 72, R 77) Orthopaedic Surgery Ellzey Drive, Ashburn, VA I stayed at Georgetown for my Surgical Internship and Orthopaedic Residency and then moved to Thousand Oaks, CA, to join a former GTU Ortho graduate in a Sports Medicine practice. In 1984, I returned to Arlington, VA and continued specializing in Sports Medicine. 1986: I expanded and eventually shifted my practice to Reston, VA, developed a network of Physical Therapy Centers, and enjoyed several years teaching part time at Georgetown, in the Med School and Residency program as an Assoc. Clinical Prof. In the late 80 s-early 90 s, I expanded my practice and became involved with hospital committees/admin and co-founded the Virginia Physician Network HMO. I also had the privilege of being an investigator for Holmium-YAG Laser surgery trials and a national instructor for Laser Physics for Coherent Laser Corp. 1994: co-founded Commonwealth Orthopaedics, which has grown to over forty physicians, covering all of Northern Virginia with 10 locations, 9 physical therapy centers and 2 ambulatory surgery centers. Earned my MBA certification in 1997 and expanded my administrative involvement with our practice. Throughout my career, I had the privilege of serving as team physician at High School, College and Professional levels and working with great partners, most of whom were incubated in the Georgetown Ortho Residency. After enjoying 27 great years of Surgery, I was forced to retire in 2003, due to inflammatory arthritis present, I developed/patented an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) program for Orthopaedics and co -founded TMR Charting Solutions, LLC, a Medical Software company. Shelly and I have been together for 13 years and loving every minute. We have 4 grown children (2 boys and 2 girls) and 5 grandchildren all boys! I still love sports, nature and the great outdoors, especially fishing but I have had to restrict or eliminate many activities. Fortunately, we still enjoy our favorite hobby travel. We have been very fortunate to visit so many beautiful countries and experience such wonderful people and different cultures. Looking forward to completing the bucket list!!! 20

21 Richard (Rick) A Walsh (M 72) Cardiovascular Medicine 9719 Lakeshore Blvd., Bratenahl, OH Donna and I have been married for 45 years. She is now a retired educational psychologist and is involved in community and volunteer work. Sean, our oldest son, graduated from UT and is a successful businessman in Austin, Texas. Ryan did his undergraduate degree at Georgetown and his MD, PhD at the University of Cincinnati. He is a neurologist and directs the Section of Movement Disorders at Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas. Together they coauthored our five grandchildren. We have a second home in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico where we try to herd the family together and I do big game fishing. Biographical Sketch Richard A. Walsh, M.D., FACC, FACP, FAHA, FISHR Richard A. Walsh, M.D. is the John H. Hord Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University and Physician-in-Chief at University Hospital Case Medical Center and University Hospitals Health System. In these capacities he is responsible for the development of patient care, research, and teaching at the largest department of the School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center. His department currently ranks 11 of 126 Departments of Medicine in NIH funding. There are over 240 full time faculty members and 12 divisions including: Cardiology, Hematology/Oncology, Gastroenterology and Liver Disease, Infectious Disease, Hypertension, Pulmonary and Critical Care, Rheumatology Immunology, Geriatric Medicine, General Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and Endocrinology Metabolism. He also serves on the Dean s Advisory Committee at Case School of Medicine, the President s Advisory Committee of University Hospitals of Cleveland, the Chairman of the Finance and Operations Committee of the Faculty Practice Plan and a standing member of its Board of Directors. Dr. Walsh obtained his undergraduate and M.D. degree from Georgetown University magna cum laude. He was Medical School Class Valedictorian and President of the Medical Honors Society. His Internal Medicine house staff training occurred at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and his cardiovascular fellowship training at Georgetown University Hospitals. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology. 21

22 His initial faculty appointment was in the Department of Medicine and the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio where he advanced from assistant to full professor. During that ten year span, he was the director of the clinical and research catheterization and hemodynamics laboratories at that institution and the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research. He then became the Mabel S. Stonehill Professor, Chief of the Division of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Center at the University of Cincinnati for eight years where he was awarded and directed one of five National Institutes of Health sponsored Specialized Centers for Research in Heart Failure. This program pioneered the use of genetically engineered mice to elucidate mechanisms of cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure and developed many of the approaches now widely utilized to characterize cardiac physiology and pathophysiology of mice in vitro and in vivo. His laboratory, which was continuously funded by the American Heart Association and National Institutes of Health for over 20 years, has focused on mechanisms responsible for congestive heart failure. In particular, he has contributed to our knowledge of how aberrant signal transduction alters cardiac size and function. He has contributed over 250 full length scientific publications and edited four books. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology for 9 years, is Senior Editor of the 12 th and 13 th Editions of Hurst s The Heart, on the Executive Board of the Association of Professors of Medicine and its President as of July 1, 2011, a member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians among others. He has served as Chairman of the Scientific Publishing Committee and Research Committee of the American Heart Association and on the editorial boards of all of the major Cardiology journals and has chaired study sections for the National Institutes of Health and the American Heart Association. 22

23 RAOUL WIENTZEN (C 68, M 72) Pediatrics 2828 N 24 th Street, Arlington, VA I retired from Georgetown Pediatrics after 32 years (July 2009), rising to the position of Professor Division Chief, Vice Chairman and Associate Dean of the Med School. Since then, I have been the Medical Director of the Rostropovich Foundation. We do large scale public health programs for kids in 7 countries ( Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijon, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Palestine (West Bank and Gaza). International Health is challenging and rewarding work. We ve treated and vaccinated almost 20 million children in the years I ve been working with the Foundation. In my spare time, I write literary fiction. I am happy and proud to announce that my first novel, The Assembler of Parts has just been bought by Arcade Press and will be in hardcover in bookstores next fall. I hope some of you will check it out. On the personal front, I ve been married to Judy Dreelin for 39.5 years. We have 4 wonderful kids, none of whom is in Medicine. We, Judy and I, are moderate travelers, liking especially to do biking tours in Europe off the Dolomite Valley of Italy, next week in fact! Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible, at this Reunion and future ones. 23

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