Neal Weinreb, MD ’66 has retired from the clinical practice of medicine in Coral Springs, Florida. However, he continues in his position as Voluntary Associate Professor of Human Genetics and Medicine (Hematology) at the Miller School of Medicine of the University of Miami and as a scientific board member of the International Collaborative Gaucher Group. He also continues as a member of the Medical Advisory Board for the National Gaucher Foundation. He will co-chair a National Physician Symposium on Challenges in the Management of Gaucher Disease sponsored by the National Gaucher Foundation on October 28, 2018, at the Mezzanine 55 Broadway NYC.
Roy S. Weiner, MD ’67 has retired. He is now the Clinical Professor of Medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine.
Robert Weiss, MD ’76 is currently retired. Though retired, he occasionally performs locum tenens work.
In Memoriam:*The Alumni Association recognizes in the “In Memoriam” section, not all alumni listed are recently deceased. As we become aware of the passing of our alumni we recognize them to provide their classmates with an update.
Alan S. Rabson, MD ’50 Dr. Alan S. Rabson, who helped define the field of cancer pathology, who figured out why shingles and recurrent cold sores occur, and who helped lead the National Cancer Institute into new eras over several decades, died on July 4 in Skillman, N.J. He was 92. To read the complete obituary click here.
Morton Bosniak, MD ‘55 86, on September 7, 2016. Eminent radiologist, distinguished professor emeritus at NYU Langone Medical Center. Beloved husband of Tommie Hager Bosniak, cherished father of Linda Bosniak (Andrew Bush), adored grandfather of Tanya and Jessica, also survived by his sisters, Marcia Brent and Lois Geller and extended family. Service private. Memorial service to be announced.
Charles Zimmerman, MD ‘55 ZIMMERMAN–Charles, M.D., passed away peacefully from natural causes May 3rd, 2014 in Annapolis, Maryland. He was born in Brooklyn in 1931 to Bella Horn Zimmerman and Louis Zimmerman. He attended Stuyvesant High School, Columbia College and Downstate Medical School. In 1955 he married Roslyn Riegel. He completed his Radiology residency at Jacobi Hospital. To read the complete obituary click here.