Class Notes: November 2017
Jerome G. Porush, MD’55 Dr. Porush states “he is still reading some journals, golfing, traveling, and enjoying his large family.
Sidney Winawer, MD’56 I am enjoying my more relaxed Emeritus status with a combination of research and papers with young faculty while partaking of many music and cultural activities in Manhattan, golf in East Hampton and a bunch of kids and grandkids with my wife Barbara. I’ve taken up jazz piano and still give an occasional lecture. Life and medicine remains joyful.
Stratos G. Kantounis, MD’58 Dr. Kantounis states he is “finally retired from surgery and is still teaching medical students. His wife Joan is still painting.
Alan M. Lobovits, MD’74 The New England Center for Children® (NECC®), a global leader in education for children with autism, announced today the election of Dr. Alan Lobovits to the Board of Directors. Dr. Lobovits is a pediatrician with Southboro Medical Group and an expert on developmental disabilities in children. To read the complete article click here.
Evan J. Fliegal, MD’83 Dr. Fliegal has been practicing Int. Med for 27 year in Athens, Georgia and has two happily married daughters. He also states “Go #1 Georgia Bulldawgs.”
Michael S. Sinel, MD’85 Dr.Sinel board-certified back pain specialist, will hosted a chess event for homeless youth in his Venice, California home on October 25th. “The chess event for homeless youth is Dr. Sinel’s initiative to contribute to the community. He is hosting the one-day chess session in partnership with Safe Place for Youth, an organization dedicated to addressing the fundamental needs of homeless youth in the area. With aid, assistance and donation from Board Members, donors, volunteers and partner organizations, SPY has remained steadfast in providing food, clothing and socks as primary forms of assistance to the recipients.” To read more about the event and Dr.Sinel click here.
Laura Frado, MD’11 & Steven D. Rosenblatt, MD’11 Drs. Frado and Rosenblatt have been happily married for 3 years and are now both practicing in Manhattan. Laura has joined New York Gastroenterology Associates on the Upper East Side as an adult gastroenterologist. She is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Laura completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital and her gastroenterology & hepatology fellowship at the University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Hospital.
Steven is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine/New York Presbyterian Hospital specializing in Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery. He completed his otolaryngology residency at the University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Hospital and his fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Laura and Steven are excited to be back in NYC and to reconnect with classmates and friends.
In Memoriam: Robert H. Jaros, MD’68 Robert H. “Dr. Bob” Jaros, 74, of 360 Patten Road, Shelburne died March 26, 2017.
Wilsa Ryder, MD’73 Wilsa Jane Ryder, MD, long of Provincetown, departed this life on Saturday, October 28, in Boston, with her family in attendance. She had experienced declining health in recent times, but succumbed to an acute pneumonia, at the Massachusetts General Hospital. To read an article on Dr. Ryder featured on a local newspaper website click here.