Sidney Winawer M.D. ‘56
has been an Emeritus attending at Memorial Sloan Kettering since 2016. He is still involved with his MSK and NYC Health Dept research teams. Dr. Winawer recently published a 40 year perspective of his National Polyp Study. He and his wife Barbara now have 7 grandkids from 4 children - pediatrician, professor of anthropology , professor of neuroscience, executive IT support for financial community. They have been traveling a lot which has been interrupted by the pandemic. Hopefully they will resume traveling soon. This year will be his 65 year class anniversary.
Gilbert I. Martin MD '67 continues to practice neonatology and is a Professor of Pediatrics at Loma Linda Medical Center, in Loma Linda, California. He is a past member of the Committee of the Fetus and Newborn of the Perinatal Section of the American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the Executive Committee of the Perinatal Section.. He is co-author ( along with Warren Rosenfeld) of a textbook entitled "Common Problems in the Newborn Nursery " (Springer-Verlag).
Millicent A. Comrie, MD' 76
"Dr. Millicent Comrie, Director of Maimonides’ Brooklyn Heights Women’s Health Center, has been honored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York’s “Great Immigrants, Great Americans” initiative. Dr. Comrie was nominated for being a “giant in women’s healthcare,” as well as for her work with the Red Hook Initiative. Dr. Comrie’s recognition places her among some of the nation’s most esteemed individuals recognized by Carnegie for their contributions to society."
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.
Antonio V. Mascatello, MD' 43D
Alumni Association Board Member, has passed away.
There will be more to come on the life and legacy of Dr. Mascatello in the July edition of the Alumni Today Monthly Electronic News.