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The Faculty of Medicine 
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 
& SURGEONS 



Columbia 
University 

Bulletin 






1979-1980 



Inquiries 

POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 

College of Physicians and Surgeons 
Columbia University 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

TELEPHONE INQUIRIES: 

Office of Admissions: (Area code 212) 694-3596 
Office of Financial Aid: (area code 212) 694-4100 

OTHER BULLETINS OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE: 
Human Nutrition 

Nursing (including the Graduate Programs in Maternity Nursing, Psychiatric- 
Community Mental Health Nursing, and Pediatric Nursing) 
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy 

Continuing Education in the Health Sciences: Postgraduate Courses 
Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research 
Public Health 



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The Faculty of Medicine 
College of Physicians 
& Surgeons 

Columbia 
University 
Bulletin 



1979-1980 



Contents 




Academic Calendar 3 

Faculty of Medicine 5 

College of Physicians and Surgeons and Affiliated 
Hospitals 18 

Admission, Registration, Expenses, and Financial Aid 24 

Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policies, 24. Application for Admission, 25. 
Registration, 26. Regulations, 26. Auditing Courses, 27. Fees, 28. Application 
for a Degree, 29. Requests for Transcripts, 29. Estimated Expenses, 30. 
Housing, 30. Financial Aid, 30. Student and Alumni Activities, 40. 

Program of Instruction 42 

Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence, 42. Key to Course Numbers, 43. 
Summary of Curriculum, 43. Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses, 43. 
Major Clinical Year, 45. Special Programs, 47. University Program of General 
Education, 50. Endowed Lectureships and Visiting Professorship, 50. Prizes and 
Awards, 51. 

Postgraduate Programs 52 

Departments of Instruction 54 

Anatomy, 54. Anesthesiology, 55. Biochemistry, 58. Dermatology, 59. Human 
Genetics and Development, 61. Medicine, 62. Microbiology, 71. Neurological 
Surgery, 73. Neurology, 74. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 77. 
Ophthalmology, 81. Orthopedic Surgery, 84. Otolaryngology, 86. 
Pathology, 88. Pediatrics, 93. Pharmacology, 100. Physiology, 101. 
Psychiatry, 102. Public Health, 112. Radiology, 120. Rehabilitation 
Medicine, 123. Surgery, 126. Urology, 131. 

First- Year Postgraduate Appointments: Class of 1979 134 

Student Roster 137 

Index 149 



Academic Calendar, 1979-1980 

Major Religious Holidays 

For a statement of University policy on absence for the observance of religious holidays 
see Admission, Registration, and Expenses — Attendance. 



JUNE 

25-29 Monday-Friday.* Registration, including payment of tuition and fees, for 
fourth-year students. 

25 Monday, through July 6, Friday.* Registration, including payment of tuition and 
fees, for third-year students. 

JULY 

2 Monday. Academic year begins for tiiird- and fourth-year students. 

4 Wednesday. Independence Day. Holiday for fourth-year students. 

9 Monday. Major Clinical Year begins for third-year students. 

AUGUST 

1 Wednesday. t Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in 
October (see September 6). 

20-24 Monday-Friday. Optional early registration for second-year students. 

30 Thursday.' Registration, including payment of tuition and fees, for first-year 
students. 

31 Friday.* Registration, including payment of tuition and fees, for second-year 
students. 

SEPTEMBER 

3 Monday. Labor Day. Holiday for third- and fourth-year students. 

4 Tuesday. Academic year begins for first- and second-year students. 

6 Thursday. Last day to file late applications for October degrees. 

OCTOBER 

24 Wednesday. Award of October degrees. 

NOVEMBER 

2 Friday. t Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in January (see 
December 7). 

6 Tuesday. Election Day. Holiday for first- and second-year students. 

22-23 Thursday-Friday. Thanksgiving holidays for first-, second- and 
third-year students. 

DECEMBER 

7 Friday. Last day to file late applications for January degrees. 



'Students allowed to register after the period specified must pay a late fee. 
fStudents wfio apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



4 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 



22 Saturday, through January 6, 1980. Sunday. Vacation for first*, second- 
and third-year students. 

JANUARY 

11 Friday. First semester ends for first-year students. 

14 Monday. Second semester begins for first-year students. 

23 Wednesday. Award of January degrees. 

FEBRUARY 

18 Monday. Washington's Birthday. Holiday for first- and second-year 

students. 

18 Monday.* Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in May (see 
April 3). 

MARCH 

29 Saturday, through April 6, Sunday. Vacation for second-year 
students. 

29 Saturday, through April 13, Sunday. Vacation for first-year students. 

APRIL 

3 Thursday. Last day to file late applications for May degrees. 

9-10 Wednesday-Thursday. National Boards Part II for third-year 
students. 

30 Wednesday. Dean's Day for Medical Student Research. 

MAY 

14 Wednesday. Columbia University Commencement and Convocation of 

the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

26 Monday. Memorial Day. Holiday for first-, second, and third-year stu- 
dents. 

31 Saturday, through June 11, Wednesday. Study period for second-year 
students. National Boards Part I (Tuesday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 
11). 

JUNE 

6 Friday. Second semester ends for first-year students. 

12 Thursday, through July 6, Sunday. Vacation for second-year 
students. 

20 Major Clinical Year concludes for third-year students. 

30 Elective curriculum begins for third-year students. 



Dates of National Board Exams 

Part I September 5-6, 1979 

June 10-11, 1980 

Part II September 25-26, 1979 

April 9-10, 1980 



'Students who apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



The Faculty of Medicine 



WILLIAM J. McGILL, Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D. President of the University 

MICHAEL I. SOVERN, LL.B. Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and 
Provost of the University 

PAUL A. MARKS, M.D. Vice President for f-Iealth Sciences 

DONALD F. TAPLEY, M.D. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 

FREDERICK B. PUTNEY, Ph.D. Deputy Vice President for ffealth Sciences 
A dministra tion 

JOHN A. FIORILLO, M.A. Assistant Vice President for Health Sciences Adminis- 
tration 

BERNARD D. CHALLENOR, M.D. Associate Dean for Hospital Affairs and Acting 
Associate Dean for Public Health 

HELEN F. PETTIT, M.A. Associate Dean (Nursing) 

JOSE M. FERRER, M.D. Associate Dean for Postgraduate Education 

FREDERICK G. HOFMANN, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Admissions 

LINDA D. LEWIS, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs 

NORMAN E. TOY, D.B.A. Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs 

DOROTHY ESTES, M.D. Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs 

INEZ E. KLINCK, B.A. Assistant Dean for Academic Administration 

Executive Committee of ttie Faculty Council 



Donald F. Tapley 
(chairman) 
Henrik H. Bendixen 
William J. Casarella 
John A. Downey 



Glenda J. Garvey 
Michael D. Gershon 
Sylvia P. Griffiths 
Edgar M. Housepian 
Kermit L. Pines 



David Schachter 
Fred G. Silva 
Henry M. Spotnitz 
Francis G. Symonds, Jr. 



Faculty Council of the Faculty of Medicine 



Maxwell Abramson 
Ronald A. Andree 
Ernest W. April 
'Charles A. Ashley 
Endre A. Balazs 
Arthur Bank 
Ellen R. Batt 
'Patricia Battin 
Robert S. Beekman 



Henrik H. Bendixen 
Michael Bernstein 
Thomas J. Bigger, Jr. 
Louis S. Blancato 
Martin Blank 
Arthur D. Bloom 
'Thomas A. Blumenfeld 
Stanley B. Braham 
Whitley A. Branwood 



Marjorie A. Bredice 
Peter R. B. Caldwell 
Charles J. Campbell 
'Robert E. Canfield 
William J. Casarella 
Bernard D. Challenor 
Noreen C. Clark 
Herbert 1. Cohen 
James W. Correll 



'Nonvoting participant 



6 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



William J. Davis 
John R. Denton 
'Thomas F. Dillon 
John A. Downey 
Richard G. Druss 
I. S. Edelman 
Jack Eisert 
Dean L. Engelhardt 
Dorothy Estes 
Philip Feigelson 
Frieda Feldman 
Charles Felton 
Michel J. Ferin 
*Jose M. Ferrer 
Mieczyslaw Finster 
'John Fiorillo 
'Lee R. Frazier 
'Gary Gambuti 
Alexander Garcia 
Glenda Garvey 
Margerite J. Gates 
Michael D. Gershon 
Harold S. Ginsberg 
Allen M. Gold 
Fred Goldman 
DeWitt S. Goodman 
Reba M. Goodman 
Ashby S. Grantham 
Lowell M. Greenbaum 
Carolyn P. Greenberg 
Sylvia P. Griffiths 
Barry J. Gurland 
'Lloyd A. Hamilton, Jr. 
Holger H. Hansen 
Ronald L. Hanson 
Leonard C. Harber 
Brian F. Hoffman 
'Frederick G. Hofmann 
'Frank E. laquinta 
Douglas N. Ishii 
Jerome H. Jaffe 
Georgiana M. Jagiello 
Alfred Jaretzki III 



Raphael Jewelewicz 
Philip M. Johnson 
Ira S. Jones 
Virginia Kanick 
Arthur Karlin 
Michael Katz 
Anne E. Kellett 
Lucie S. Kelly 
Donald W. King 
Thomas C. King 
'Inez E. Klinck 
Abbie I. Knowlton 
Robert S. Krooth 
John K. Lattimer 
Mary M. L. Lee 
Richard U. Levine 
Paul Lo Gerfo 
William J. McGill 
'Roger W. MacMillan 
Paul A. Marks 
Jost W. Michelsen 
'Frank V. Mignogna 
Orlando Miller 
'William F. Minogue 
Thomas Q. Morris 
Stanley J. Myers 
Martin Nash 
Robert S. Neuwirth 
Eladio Nunez 
Elliott F. Osserman 
Audrey S. Penn 
James M. Perel 
Benvenuto Pernis 
'Ann S. Peterson 
Helen F. Pettit 
'James A. Pierce 
Jane Pitt 
Peter J. Puchner 
'Frederick B. Putney 
'Robin Rankow 
Maurice M. Rapport 
Keith Reemtsma 
'Richard A. Rifkind 



Michael R. Rosen 
Stephen Rosenberg 
John Rosenberger 
John Ross 
Lewis P. Rowland 
'Mae Rudolph 
'Charles T. Ryder 
Edward J. Sachar 
David Schachter 
Edward B. Schlesinger 
William B. Seaman 
Michael L. Sheehy 
Fred Silva 
Anneliese L. Sitarz 
Michael I. Sovern 
Abraham Spector 
'Sol Spiegelman 
Henry Spotnitz 
'Mervyn W. Susser 
Francis C. Symonds, Jr. 
John V. Taggart 
Donald F. Tapley 
'Joseph V. Terenzio 
'Gerald E. Thomson 
Juergen Tonndorf 
'Norman E. Toy 
Patricia Tretter 
Gerard M. Turino 
Raymond L. Vande Wiele 
Robert Walther 
Dorothy Warburton 
Lucy Warren 
Harvey J. Weiss 
'Robert J. Weiss 
Arthur P. Wertheim 
Doris L. Wethers 
'Walter A. Wichern, Jr. 
Philip D. Wiedel 
Joachim Wigger 
Alexander H. Williams 
'Myron Winick 
Charles S. Young 
Earl A. Zimmerman 



'Nonvoting participant 

Chairmen's Advisory Committee to the Dean 



Donald F. Tapley 

(chairman) 
Maxwell Abramson 



Charles A. Ashley 
Henrik Bendixen 
John H. Bryant 



Charles J. Campbell 
Bernard Challenor 
Felix E. Demartini 



THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 7 



John A. Downey 
Jose M. Ferrer 
Gary Gambuti 
Alexander Garcia 
Michael Gershon 
Harold S. Ginsberg 
Leonard Harber 
Robert E. Heinlein 
Brian F. Hoffman 
Frederick Hofmann 
Michael Katz 
R. N. Kerst 



Donald W. King 
Robert S. Krooth 
John K. Lattimer 
William F. Minogue 
William L. Nastuck 
Helen Pettit 
Frederick B. Putney 
Keith Reemtsma 
Richard A. Rifkind 
Lewis P. Rowland 
Charles T. Ryder 



Edward J. Sachar 
Edward B. Schlesinger 
William B. Seaman 
Sol Spiegelman 
P. R. Srinivasan 
John V. Taggart 
William F. Towle 
Norman E. Toy 
Raymond L. Vande Wiele 
Robert J. Weiss 
Edward Zegarelli 



Committees 

ADMISSIONS: Associate Dean Hofmann (chairman); Professors Bell, Bonner, Braham, 
Branwood, Brust, Donn, Downey, Dunton, Frantz, Gambino, Grantham, Grossbard, 
Harvey, Housepian, Jagiello, Jewett, Moore, Neuberg, Ortiz-Neu, Pierson, Puchner, 
Schachter (ex officio), Silverstein, Jeanne A. Smith, Spotnitz, Jeffrey A. Stein, Taggart, 
Dean Tapley (ex officio), Thornhill, Walzer; Rena Appel, Oheneda Boakye-Adjei, and 
Philip Roth (students). 

CURRICULUM: Dr. Thomas Q. Morris (chairman); Professors Abramson, Bernstein, 
Bendixen, Branwood, Cain, Despommier, Dick, Fine, Garvey, Geller, Gershon, 
Ginsberg, Brian Hoffman, Legato, Maxman, Nicholson, Nocenti, Puchner, Rosenberg, 
Spotnitz, Wiedel, and Marianne Wolff; C. Lee Jones (ex officio) and Mitchell Schorow 
(ex officio); George Arzeno, Leslie Davidson, Ralph Boucher, Noel DeFelippo, Lisa 
DeAngelis, Paul Dolinsky, Khether Raby, Gary Sobelson (students). 

POSTGRADUATE INSTRUCTION: Associate Dean Jose M. Ferrer (chairman); 
Professors Christy, Goldsmith, Herter, Malitz, Morgan, Ryder, Taggart, Gerald, Gerald 
E. Thomson, Alexander W. Young, Dean Tapley (ex officio). 



Delegates to the University Senate 

Henry Aranow 
Jennifer J. Bell 
Philip Feigelson 
Lowell M. Greenbaum 
Edgar M. Housepian 
A. Gregory Jameson 
Richard N. Pierson 
two student delegates 



Joint Administrative Board 



REPRESENTING COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Katherine L. Auchincloss, Daniel F. 
Crowley, Carl W. Desch, Arthur B. Krim, Robert D. Lilley, Walsh McDermott, William 
J. McGill, and W. Clarke Wescoe 

REPRESENTING PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL: John W. Brooks, Thomas H. Choate, 
Frederick M. Eaton, Harold H. Helm, Richard N. Kerst, Ralph F. Leach, Augustus C. 
Long, and Robert Winthrop 



8 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

Administrative Staff 

JOYCE STICHMAN, B.S. Assistant to the Vice President for Health Sciences 
MARY J. SULLIVAN, B.A. Assistant to the Dean 
BERNIS D. MOSS, Jr., M.S. Business Officer 
WENDY L. CAMPBELL, B.A. Financial Aid Officer 

Officers Emeriti 

J. BURNS AMBERSON. Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

HENRY ARANOW, Jr. Lambert Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

DANA W. ATCHLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

VIOLA BERNARD. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

STANLEY BRADLEY. Bard Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

HAROLD W. BROWN. Professor Emeritus of Parasitology 

GORDON M. BRUCE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthalmology 

LESTER CAHN. Professor Emeritus of Oral Pathology 

ARTHUR CARR. Professor Emeritus of Medical Psychology 

ERWIN CHARGAFF. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

JOHN J. CONLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Otolaryngology 

WILFRED M. COPENHAVER. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

ANDRE F. COURNAND. Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

DAVID COWEN. Professor Emeritus of Neuropathology 

GEORGE F. CRIKELAIR. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

EDWARD C. CURNEN, Jr. Carpentier Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

ROBERT C. DARLING. Professor Emeritus of Rehabilitation Medicine 

ELIZABETH B. DAVIS. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

D. ANTHONY D'ESOPO. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

A. GERARD DeVOE. Harkness Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology 

ZACHARIAS DISCHE. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

HERBERT O. ELFTMAN. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

JOHN W. FERTIG. Professor Emeritus of Biostatistics 

CHARLES A. FLOOD. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

GOODWIN L. FOSTER. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

CHARLES L. FOX, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Microbiology (in Surgery) 



THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 9 

JACOB FURTH. Professor Emeritus of Pathology 

ELIZABETH S. GILL. Professor Emeritus of Nursing 

LEONARD J. GOLDWATER. Professor Emeritus of Occupational Medicine 

HARRY GRUNDFEST. Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

RUTH J. GUTTMANN. Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

CUSHMAN D. HAAGENSEN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

MICHAEL HEIDELBERGER. Professor Emeritus of Immunochemistry 

PAUL F. A. HOEFER. Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

GEORGE H. HUMPHREYS II. Mott Professor Emeritus of Surgery 

HAROLD W. JACOX. Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

MAXWELL KARSHAN. Professor Emeritus of Biocfiemistry 

FORREST E. KENDALL. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

LAWRENCE C. KOLB. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

RAPHAEL LATTES. Professor Emeritus of Surgical Pathology 

FERDINAND F. McALLISTER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

RUSTIN McINTOSH. Carpentier Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

RICHARD L. MASLAND. Merritt Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

MEYER M. MELICOW. John L. Given Professor Emeritus of Urology 

FREDERICK A. METTLER. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

KARL MEYER. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

LESTER A. MOUNT. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

MARGARET R. MURRAY. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

DAVID NACHMANSOHN. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

PHILLIP O. POLATIN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

J. LAWRENCE POOL. Professor Emeritus of Neurological Surgery 

HERBERT RACKOW. Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology 

HARRY M. ROSE. Borne Professor Emeritus of Microbiology 

WILLIAM H. SEBRELL, Jr. Williams Professor Emeritus of Nutrition 

BEATRICE C. SEEGAL. Professor Emeritus of Microbiology 

LAWRENCE W. SLOAN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

ALAN DeF. SMITH. Professor Emeritus of Orthopedic Surgery 

HAMILTON SOUTHWORTH. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

WARREN M. SPERRY. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

DAVID SPRINSON. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 



10 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

LEO SROLE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

HERBERT C. STOERK. Professor Emeritus of Pathology 

FRANK E. STINCHFIELD. Professor Emeritus of Orthopedic Surgery 

HOWARD C. TAYLOR, Jr. Rappleye Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

CARMEN T. VICALE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Neurology 

JULES G. WALTNER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Otolaryngology 

SHIH-CHUN WANG. Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology 

SIDNEY C. WERNER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

MAYNARD C. WHEELER. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology 

SAMUEL M. WISHIK. Professor Emeritus of Public Health (Public Health 
Practice) 

ABNER WOLF. Professor Emeritus of Neuropathology 

JOSEPH ZUBIN. Professor Emeritus of Psychology 




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The College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 
and Affiliated Hospitals 



The College of Physicians and Surgeons is guided by the principle that medical 
education is university education. The acquisition of knowledge and skills is important in 
professional education, but far more vital is a profound understanding of the science, the 
art, and the ethic within which both knowledge and skill are applied. As a part of 
Columbia University, the College builds its curriculum, selects its officers of instruction, 
and marshals its enormous resources of equipment and clinical experience to develop in 
the student this understanding of medicine. Within the curriculum for the M.D. degree is 
the fundamental knowledge upon which later specialization is built, and from which the 
natural bent is discovered toward general or special practice, or toward research, 
teaching, or administration. The postgraduate programs of the College provide training 
in the specialties, help the graduate physician to keep abreast of new knowledge, and 
support the research from which the physician's knowledge develops. 

Reservation of University Rights 

This bulletin is intended for the guidance of persons applying for or considering 
application for admission to Columbia University and for the guidance of Columbia 
students and faculty. The bulletin sets forth in general the manner in which the 
University intends to proceed with respect to the matters set forth herein, but the 
University reserves the right to depart without notice from the terms of this bulletin. This 
bulletin is not intended to be and should not be regarded as a contract between the 
University and any student or other person. 

History of the College and University 

Columbia University began as King's College, which was founded in 1754 by royal grant 
of George II, King of England, "for the Instruction of Youth in the Learned Languages, 
and the Liberal Arts and Sciences." The American Revolution interrupted its program, 
but in 1784 it was reopened as Columbia College. In 1912 the title was changed to 
Columbia University in the City of New York. 

King's College organized a medical faculty in 1767 and was the first institution in the 
North American Colonies to confer the degree of Doctor of Medicine. The first 
graduates in medicine from the College were Robert Tucker and Samuel Kissam, who 
received the degree of Bachelor of Medicine in May 1769, and that of Doctor of 
Medicine in May 1770 and May 1771, respectively. Instruction in medicine was given 
until interrupted by the Revolution and the occupation of New York by the British, which 
lasted until November 25, 1783. In 1784 instruction was resumed in the academic 
departments, and in December of the same year the medical faculty was reestablished. 
In 1814 the medical faculty of Columbia College was merged with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, which had obtained an independent charter in 1807. In 1860, 
by agreement between the Trustees of the two institutions, the College of Physicians and. 
Surgeons became the Medical Department of Columbia College; from that time on the 
diplomas of the graduates were signed by the President of Columbia College as well as 
by the President of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. The connection was only a 
nominal one, however, until 1891, when the college was incorporated as an integral part 
of the University. Since September 1917, women have been admitted to the College on 
the same basis as men. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 19 



The Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center was opened in the spring of 1928, seven 
years after the establishment of a permanent affiliation between Columbia University 
and the Presbyterian Hospital. It consists of the following units: the divisions of the 
University Faculty of Medicine (the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the School of 
Nursing, the School of Public Health); the University School of Dental and Oral Surgery; 
the Presbyterian Hospital and its subdivisions; the New York State Psychiatric Institute; 
and the Washington Heights Health and Teaching Center. 

The Medical Center occupies a plot of land given to Columbia University and the 
Presbyterian Hospital by Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness and Mr. Edward S. Harkness. It 
comprises about twenty acres extending from West 165th Street to West 168th Street 
and from Broadway to Riverside Drive and is readily accessible from all parts of the city. 
A map of the Medical Center is given on the inside back cover. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons is at 630 West 168th Street between 
Broadway and Fort Washington Avenue in a seventeen-story building, each floor of 
which connects with the wards and services of the Presbyterian Hospital. The William 
Black Medical Research Building is a twenty-story building, containing research 
laboratories for the faculty members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. It is 
connected with the College building and is located at 168th Street and Fort Washington 
Avenue. The Julius and Armand Hammer Health Sciences Center, a twenty-story 
structure diagonally opposite the William Black Medical Research Building, opened its 
teaching, research, and library facilities in 1976. 

Health Sciences Library 

The Columbia University Health Sciences Library is housed in the Julius and Armand 
Hammer Health Sciences Center, 701 West 168th Street. The four floors occupied by 
the library offer a comfortable atmosphere conducive to study, including such amenities 
as individual study carrels, group study and conference rooms, typing rooms, and a 
leisure reading lounge. 

With more than 335,000 volumes and a staff of 34, the Health Sciences Library is 
one of the largest medical center libraries in the United States. It is well able to serve the 
needs of faculty students, and researchers in the health sciences disciplines. More than 
3,000 periodicals are received regularly. An entire floor of the library has been 
designated as a media center and is equipped with a variety of audiovisual materials. In 
addition to traditional reference services, the library offers computerized literature 
searching on several data bases, including MEDLARS. A library handbook and other 
materials describing library services are available on request. 

Other Columbia libraries, located on the Morningside campus, are open to all 
students and faculty who carry Columbia identification cards. The main collection is 
housed in Butler Library; special and departmental collections are housed in other 
buildings on the campus. Columbia students and faculty are also permitted access to the 
collections of Harvard and Yale Universities, under the auspices of the Research 
Libraries Group. Information about the Research Libraries Group can be obtained from 
the Health Sciences Library. 

Student memberships in the New York Academy of Medicine Library (at 103rd 
Street and Fifth Avenue) are available for an annual fee. Applications for membership, 
which includes borrowing privileges, should be directed to the Academy Library. 

Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Research 

The Cancer Research Center was established in 1973. In 1977 it was designated the 
Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Research. The Center coordinates, integrates, and 
facilitates cancer research, education, and patient care in the Health Sciences Faculties 
of Columbia University and its affiliated hospitals in New York City — Presbyterian, St. 
Luke's, Roosevelt, Harlem — and Overlook in Summit, New Jersey. The Cancer Center 



20 COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

was organized to effect the efficient and cooperative use of all Center resources, 
maximize the dissemination of information among Center personnel, and facilitate the 
rapid translation of cancer research findings into programs for improving capabilities for 
the prevention of cancer and the care of patients with cancer. The Center is charged 
with the responsibility for research, education, and cancer-patient care by all health 
professionals. 

The Institute of Cancer Research of Columbia University, College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, was established in 1911 with funds bequeathed to the University by George 
Crocker. It moved from its original quarters on 116th Street to the campus of the 
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in 1938. The Institute and Center are fully 
integrated. 

The Center is composed of five operational divisions: Basic Science Research, Clinical 
Research and Patient Care, Education, Cancer Control, and Administration. 

Center for Community Health Systems 

The Center for Community Health Systems is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmen- 
tal health services and health policy research and development center which enlists 
varied resources of the University, particularly those of the Faculty of Medicine and its 
affiliated hospitals, in a systematic attack on problems in the organization and delivery 
of health care, with a predominant, though not exclusive, focus on urban areas. 

Institute of Human Nutrition 

The Institute of Human Nutrition is an interdisciplinary unit whose mission is to study all 
aspects of nutrition that relate to human health. The Institute is organized into three 
primary divisions: Growth and Development, Nutrition and Metabolism, and Community 
Nutrition. Although each division conducts its own research program and offers its own 
program of instruction, these are highly integrated in order to achieve two basic goals: 
research in all areas of human nutrition and an integrated teaching program in areas of 
nutrition relevant to the physician and medical scientist. 

To achieve this integration of purpose and at the same time allow for the 
specialization necessary for the best research and teaching, combined research projects 
between the divisions are under way, and joint seminars and courses involving faculty 
and students in all three divisions are conducted. Constant interchange of ideas is 
fostered through weekly combined staff conferences and special lectures which are open 
to the medical center community. Through its Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, 
and postdoctoral programs, the Institute aims to train individuals for scholarly activities 
in university and research centers that are in the forefront of the movement to advance 
nutrition as a health science. 

The facilities of the Institute include laboratories in the William Black Medical 
Research Center, and the Obesity Center and Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center 
at St. Luke's Hospital Center. The office of the Director and other administrative offices 
are located on the seventh floor of the Health Sciences Center. 

International Institute for the Study 
of Human Reproduction 

The International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction was founded in 1965 
with a grant from the Ford Foundation. Its primary purpose is to do research in the fields 
of biology, clinical investigation, and the social sciences relevant to the solution of the 
world population problem. A parallel objective is to study the many complications of the 
reproductive process affecting human welfare, such as infertility, endocrine disorder. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS • AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 21 

out-of-wedlock pregnancy, marital and other social problems. The Institute consists of 
the Center for Reproductive Sciences, including the divisions of reproductive biochem- 
istry, physiology, and reproductive morphology, and the Center for Population and 
Family Health, which includes the divisions of social and administrative sciences, family 
life services, clinical evaluation, and sexual behavior. 

The office of the Center for Reproductive Sciences is at 630 West 168th Street, and 
the office of the Center for Population and Family Health is at Floor B-3, 60 Haven 
Avenue. 

AHiliated Hospitals 

The Presbyterian Hospital 

Founded in 1868, the hospital joined with Columbia's College of Physicians and 
Surgeons to form the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, which opened in 1928. 
Under the terms of the affiliation with Columbia University, members of the hospital 
staff are appointed by the Board of Trustees of the hospital on nomination by the 
Trustees of the University. The Presbyterian Hospital has an overall capacity of 1,291 
beds and 48 bassinets. 

The hospital includes all of the individual units described below: 

Presbyterian Hospital, the single largest hospital unit, has a total of 480 beds, which 
includes semiprivate and ward facilities for medical and surgical services, as well as for 
New York Orthopaedic Hospital, Squier Urological Clinic, and Sloane Hospital for 
Women. 

The New York Orthopaedic Hospital opened as a dispensary in 1866 largely because of 
the interest taken in the care of the crippled by Theodore Roosevelt, father of the 
president of the same name. The hospital was located in its own buildings at 420 East 
59th Street until December 1950, when it was moved to the fifth floor of the 
Presbyterian Hospital. Its capacity is 87 beds. 

Squier Urological Clinic has facilities on the tenth floor of the Presbyterian Hospital and 
on the tenth floor of Babies Hospital. There are 63 beds. 

Sloane Hospital for Women was built at West 59th Street and Amsterdam Avenue and 
presented to Columbia University by Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sloane in 1886. It now 
occupies two floors of the Presbyterian Hospital and one floor in Harkness Pavilion, 
providing inpatient facilities for 117 adult patients and bassinets for 48 infants. 

Harkness Pavilion, erected when the Medical Center was established in 1928, is 
available for the accommodation of 354 private and semiprivate patients from various 
services. 

Babies Hospital, founded in 1887, provides for general medical and surgical care of 
infants and children up to their late teens, and care for premature babies. The capacity 
of the hospital is 168. An outpatient department is maintained in Vanderbilt Clinic by 
the attending and house staff of the hospital. 

Neurological Institute, one of the first nongovernmental hospitals in the country for the 
treatment of diseases of the nervous system, was founded in 1909. It moved from East 
67th Street to the Medical Center in 1929. The Institute has a capacity of 237 beds, 
including 15 added in 1960 for psychiatric patients. 

The Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute, opened in 1933, has complete facilities for the 
medical and surgical treatment of adults and children with diseases of the eye. Its 
capacity is 52. On January 1, 1940, the work of the Herman Knapp Memorial Eye 
Hospital was taken over by the Institute. 



22 AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 

Vanderbilt Clinic was presented to Columbia University by the Vanderbilt family in 
1888 and is the outpatient department for all the wards of all the units of the 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York, is a rural hospital 
combining the characteristics of a university medical center with a dedication to the 
delivery of both primary health services to the local community and highly specialized 
services to a large referral area. The hospital has 186 beds and a staff of specialists who 
are all salaried and full time. In 1976 there were 108,303 visits to the Outpatient 
Department. The teaching program for house staff and students is a highly personalized 
one based on a team approach to medical care. Members of the staff conduct biomedical 
research and are interested in models for the delivery of health care to the community. 
The library is unusually extensive for a hospital of this size, with over 23,000 volumes 
and about 350 subscribed journals. Since 1947 the hospital has had a formal affiliation 
with Columbia, and currently about 60 students from Columbia elect programs at the 
Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital. 



Harlem Hospital Center 

Harlem Hospital Center, founded in 1887, is a general hospital of nearly 1,100 beds 
serving Central Harlem and environs, responsible for the care of approximately 
400,000 people. The College of Physicians and Surgeons, through a contractual 
arrangement with the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, is responsible 
for all professional services in this hospital and nominates its entire professional 
staff. 

This affiliation presents a unique opportunity for teaching students, interns, and 
residents in the traditional disciplines of medicine and provides increasing opportunities 
for involvement in community medicine. 



The Helen Hayes Hospital 



The Helen Hayes Hospital at West Haverstraw, New York, founded in 1900, is a 
150-bed independent rehabilitation hospital with complete medical services, owned and 
operated by the state through the New York State Health Department. Since 1966 the 
hospital has had a formal affiliation with Columbia University. The medical specialties 
and allied health professionals are organized into disability units that provide 
comprehensive care through an integrated team approach, providing unique educa- 
tional opportunities for residents and allied health students. The hospital has 800 
admissions and 6,000 outpatient visits a year. New patient facilities are under 
construction; the research building has been renovated and an active biomedical 
engineering unit developed. 



Overlook Hospital 

Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey, is a 540-bed suburban community hospital, 
founded in 1906, which became a teaching affiliate of the Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons in 1975. It is a general, voluntary, nonprofit institution 
accommodating 20,000 inpatients and 100,000 outpatients each year. Overlook offers 
particularly strong training in family practice and primary care internal medicine and 
pediatrics through a program of broad-based clinical experience for graduate physi- 



AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 23 

cians. Outreach programs have been pioneered in alcoholism and other addictive illness, 
home-care-based hospice, and mobile intensive care utilizing paramedics. 

St. Luke's Hospital Center 

St. Luke's was established in 1850 and has been on Morningside Heights next to the 
main Columbia campus since 1896. It merged with Woman's Hospital in 1953, and 
today the hospital complex contains 870 beds, including 45 pediatric beds, 59 obstetric 
beds, and 50 bassinets. Approximately 23,000 patients are admitted yearly to the four 
major and eleven specialty services. The attending staff numbers 600 doctors; the house 
staff consists of 200 interns, residents, and fellows. 

St. Luke's has maintained a teaching affiliation with the University since 1947, and in 
1971 became a full University hospital. Under the terms of affiliation with Columbia, 
new members of the medical staff are appointed by the hospital's Board of Trustees 
only after such members receive appointments as officers of instruction at the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of the University. 

St. Luke's is recognized as a leader in such fields as heart surgery, kidney 
transplantation, artificial kidney treatments, and noninvasive diagnosis (ultrasound). The 
Hospital Center's clinically oriented research projects are involved in such areas as 
blood diseases, coronary artery disease, gastroenterology, obesity and nutrition (it is the 
site of the only federally funded obesity research center), pulmonary disease, renal 
transplant-immunology, and bioengineering. A medical library of 22,000 volumes is an 
integral part of the Hospital Center. St. Luke's is both a major referral institution and a 
community hospital. The more than fifty specialty and subspecialty clinics see 50,000 
patients yearly (totaling approximately 200,000 visits); the Emergency Room is one of 
the busiest in Manhattan (75,000 visits annually). The Hospital Center also operates 
extensive community programs in alcoholism treatment, drug detoxification, and mental 
health. 

The Roosevelt Hospital 

The Roosevelt Hospital treated its first patient in 1871. It comprises 595 beds and 
bassinets. There are about 263,000 outpatient and emergency-room visits annually. 
The hospital is engaged in many research and teaching activities. A new research 
building containing 52,000 square feet of laboratory space for all departments was 
opened in 1973. The medical library contains 17,000 volumes and subscribes to 550 
medical and technical journals. The hospital has been affiliated with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons since the early years of the century and in 1971 became a full 
University hospital. Under the terms of the affiliation with Columbia University, 
members of the hospital staff are appointed by the Board of Trustees of the hospital on 
nomination by the Trustees of the University. The hospital is actively engaged in 
community programs, as represented by its Children and Youth Program and by its 
Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, and many other outreach and community programs 
sponsored by the Departments of Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Medicine, and Ambulatory 
Care. 

New York State Psychiatric Institute 

The Institute was built and is maintained by the New York State Department of Mental 
Hygiene. Through a contractual arrangement, it is affiliated with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. The Institute's functions are to carry out research on the 
causes and treatment of psychiatric disorders and the education of those entering the 
mental health field. The Institute currently maintains twelve major research laborato- 
ries, a hospital, and a number of specialized outpatient departments providing 
diagnostic and treatment facilities. 



Admission, Registration, Expenses, 
and Financial Aid 



Entering classes are enrolled in the College in September of each year. The minimum 
requirement for admission is attendance for three full academic years at an approved 
college of arts and sciences. Most applicants present four academic years and a 
bachelor's degree, although these are not required. The composition of our entering 
classes indicates, however, that only a relatively small number of three-year students 
have been accepted in the past by our Committee on Admissions. 

The college program must have included English, physics, biology, general chemistry, 
and organic chemistry (including laboratory), covering at least one academic year each. 
These requirements have been designated as mandatory not only by our faculty but by 
various state medical licensure boards as well; accordingly, appplicants cannot be 
excused from them. Courses in genetics and embryology will be useful but are not 
required. Students applying for admission must also have taken the Medical College 
Admission Test in the spring or fall of the year of application. The student may have 
concentrated in any area — in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, or 
arts — but evidence of a balanced education, as well as demonstrated interest and ability 
in the natural sciences, is preferred. 

Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policies 

The University is required by certain Federal statutes and administrative regulations to 
publish the following statements: 

Consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, 
as amended, and Part 86 of 45 C.F.R., the University does not discriminate on the basis 
of sex in the conduct or operation of its education programs or activities (including 
employment therein and admission thereto). Inquiries concerning the application of Title 
IX and Part 86 of 45 C.F.R. may be referred to the University's Equal Opportunity 
Office (402 Low Memorial Library, New York, N.Y. 10027, telephone 212-280-3554), 
or to the Director, Office for Civil Rights (Region II), 26 Federal Plaza, New York, N.Y. 
10007. 

Columbia University admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to 
all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available 
to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national 
and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, 
scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other University-administered 
programs. 

Consistent with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as 
amended, and Part 84 of 45 C.F.R. , the University does not discriminate on the basis of 
handicap in admission or access to, or employment in, its programs and activities. 
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires affirmative action to employ and 
advance in employment qualified handicapped workers. 

The University in addition desires to call attention to other laws and regulations that 
protect employees, students, and applicants. 

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination on the 
basis of race, color, or national origin in programs or activities receiving Federal financial 
assistance. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits employment 
discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Executive Order 
11246, as amended, prohibits discrimination in employment because of race, color, 
religion, sex or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure equality of 
opportunity in all aspects of employment. 

The Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in rates of pay. 



ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 25 



The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, prohibits discrimi- 
nation in employment on the basis of age. 

The Columbia University Senate on December 1, 1978, passed a resolution 
announcing its general educational policy on discrimination which reaffirms the 
University's commitment to nondiscriminatory policies in the above-mentioned catego- 
ries, as well as its policy not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. 

Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as 
amended, prohibits job discrimination and requires affirmative action to employ and 
advance in employment (1) qualified Vietnam era veterans during the first four years 
after their discharge and (2) qualified disabled veterans throughout their working life if 
they have a 30 percent or more disability. 

The University's Equal Opportunity Office has also been designated to coordinate the 
University's compliance activities under each of the programs referred to above. 



Application Procedure 



Application for admission must be filed on a special form obtained from the Admissions 
Office of the Faculty of Medicine. Applications should be submitted as promptly as 
possible, though they are accepted only for the next incoming class; requests for 
application forms may be submitted one year in advance of registration. The completed 
form must be accompanied by the application fee of $25. The fee helps to cover the cost 
of processing the application; it is therefore not returnable and is not credited toward 
tuition. 

Applicants will be notified when their applications have been received. The 
Committee on Admissions, however, evaluates only completed applications, that is, 
those for which letters of recommendation have been received, along with MCAT scores 
and transcripts. Applicants will be notified, also, when their applications have been 
completed; if such notification is not received within sixty days after the date of the 
preliminary processing of an application, applicants should make inquiries at the 
Admissions Office to learn which items have not yet been received. Failure to receive 
letters of recommendation and transcripts is the most common cause of delay in the 
completion of applications. 

If a personal interview is required in connection with the application, it will be 
requested by the Admissions Office. 

Selection of Students 

The Committee on Admissions devotes months to the task of selecting a class of 148 
from a very large number of applicants. Obviously there will be many well-qualified 
students whom the College will not be able to accept. The Faculty of Medicine 
recognizes its obligations in the field of medical education and research not only to the 
local area but to the nation as well. Admission will not be offered to any applicant who 
has not been interviewed by one of the College's representatives. Impressions from such 
an interview, as well as scores on the MCAT and academic records, will be considered in 
selecting individuals for admission. Other selection criteria are listed below. 

The Committee places great importance on the fact that the students have learned to 
think for themselves, to explore, to work hard under their own initiative, to consider 
alternatives and make decisions, and to develop a desire for a continuous program of 
self-education. In the selection of students, preference is given to those who, in the 
opinion of the Committee on Admissions, have shown high achievement in their college 
education, a mature sense of values, sound motivation, qualities of leadership, and 
ability to assume responsibility, and to those who have already given evidence that they 
are qualified to complete all requirements of our curriculum and to graduate as ethical, 
compassionate, and competent physicians. 



26 ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 



The practice of medicine is both a science and an art, and to treat the patient as a 
whole person, the doctor must be a whole person. Students planning a career in 
medicine should be motivated toward becoming leaders in medical thinking, rather than 
technicians, because medical practice is both a private enterprise and a public 
responsibility. The liberal arts college offers the opportunity to prepare for a happier 
and more useful life of citizenship. Years of specialization lie ahead in a professional 
career, but the foundation of all advanced study is a broad liberal education, of which 
science is a part. 



Admission to Advanced Standing 

Only a very small number of vacancies occur during the medical course, and students 
can be accepted on transfer from other schools only when such vacancies do arise. Any 
student desiring to transfer from an accredited school of medicine to the upper classes of 
the College should communicate with the Admissions Office to learn if a vacancy 
exists. 



Admission of Foreign Students 

Applicants need not be citizens of this country but preferably should have received their 
premedical education at an accredited college or university in the United States or 
Canada. Applications may be submitted by individuals who have been educated 
elsewhere, but in the past the Committee on Admissions has had great difficulty in 
finding a satisfactory means of evaluating the caliber of education available in the many 
colleges and universities throughout the world. Likewise, the Committee will accept 
applications for admission to this school with advanced standing from individuals who 
have begun their medical education in schools outside the United States and Canada, 
but again it has usually been able to admit relatively few individuals either to an entering 
class or with advanced standing whose previous education has not been obtained in this 
country or Canada. 



Registration 

Before attending classes, each student must register in person at the Office of the 
Registrar during the registration period listed in the Academic Calendar. At registration 
a student provides the information required and pays tuition and fees. The Office of the 
Registrar, on the first floor of the Black Building, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily 
except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. 

All students will be asked to give Social Security numbers when registering in the 
University. Any who do not now have a number should obtain one from their local Social 
Security office well in advance of registration. 



Regulations 

According to University regulations, each person whose registration has been completed 
will be considered a student of the University during the term for which he or she is 
registered unless the student's connection with the University is officially severed by 
withdrawal or otherwise. No student registered in any school or college of the University 
shall at the same time be registered in any other school or college, either of Columbia 
University or of any other institution, without the specific authorization of the dean or 



ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 27 

director of the school or college of the University in which he or she is first 
registered. 

The privileges of the University are not available to any student until he or she has 
connpleted registration. Since, under the University statutes, payment of fees is part of 
registration, no student's registration is complete until the fees have been paid. A 
student who is not officially registered for a University course may not attend the course 
unless granted auditing privileges (see below). No student may register after the stated 
period without the written consent of the appropriate dean or director. 

The University reserves the right to withhold the privilege of registration or any other 
University privilege from any person with unpaid indebtedness to the University. 

Conduct 

All members of the University community, its visitors and guests, are governed by the 
Rules of University Conduct, which apply to all demonstrations, including rallies and 
picketing, that take place on or at a University facility. It is the student's responsibility to 
be aware of all provisions, regulations, and procedures contained in the Rules. Copies 
are available in the Office of the University Senate, 406 Low Memorial Library. 

Attendance 

Students are held accountable for absences incurred owing to late enrollment. 

Religious Holidays 

It is the policy of the University to respect its members' observance of their major 
religious holidays. Officers of administration and of instruction responsible for the 
scheduling of required academic activities or essential services are expected to avoid 
conflict with such holidays as much as possible. Such activities include examinations, 
registration, and various deadlines that are a part of the academic calendar. 

Where scheduling conflicts prove unavoidable, no student will be penalized for 
absence for religious reasons, and alternative means will be sought for satisfying the 
academic requirements involved. If a suitable arrangement cannot be worked out 
between the student and the instructor involved, students and instructors should consult 
the appropriate dean or director. If an additional appeal is needed, it may be taken to 
the Provost. 



Auditing Courses 

Degree candidates in good standing who are enrolled for a full-time program in the 
current term may audit one or two courses (except during the summer term) in any 
division of the University without charge by filing a formal application in the Registrar's 
Office (Black Building, Room 138) no later than September 14 in the autumn term and 
January 30 in the spring term. Applications require (a) the certification of the Registrar 
that the student is eligible to audit and (b) the approval of the dean of the school in which 
the courses are offered. 

For obvious reasons, elementary language courses, studio courses, applied music 
courses, laboratory courses, and seminars are not open to auditors; other courses may 
be closed because of space limitations. In no case will an audited course appear on a 
student's record, nor is it possible to turn an audited course into a credit course by 
paying the fee after the fact. Courses previously taken for credit may not be 
audited. 



28 ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 

Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute for medical students, are subject to change at 
any time at the discretion of the Trustees. 

Tuition, the student health service fee, and the health insurance premium are payable 
in advance and as part of registration. (If the student chooses to pay tuition in two 
installments, one half of the tuition is payable at registration in September and the other 
half is payable in January.) If these fees are paid after the last day of registration (see 
the Academic Calendar) they will not be reduced, and a late fee of $25 will be imposed. 
Checks for tuition and fees should be made payable to Columbia University. 

Tuition 

For the full course in medicine for one academic year (or the equivalent), payable in two 
installments $5,800.00 

Health Service and Hospital Insurance Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute, are subject to change at the discretion of the 
Trustees. For all full-time students, per year (September 1 -August 31) 

Health service fee $215.00 

Hospital insurance premium 157.00 

The student health service fee contributes to the cost of operating the Student Health 
Service. The hospital insurance fee pays the annual premium to the Associated Hospital 
Service of New York. Participation in these programs is compulsory for all full-time 
students; students who already carry hospital insurance, however, will be charged the 
health service fee only. Proof of comparable coverage must be shown at the time of 
registration. Upon payment of additional fees, students can acquire hospital insurance 
coverage for their dependents and the latter are eligible to receive the benefits of the 
health service program. Students should consult the Office of the Registrar, Black 
Building, Room 138, for further information on dependent coverage. 

The Student Health Service, which holds daily office hours, is on the street level of 
Bard Haven Tower 1 (60 Haven Avenue). 

Application Fees and Late Fees 

For admission $25.00 

For late registration: minimum charge 25.00 

For late application, or late renewal of application, for a degree 25.00 

Withdrawal and Adjustment of Fees 

A student in good academic standing who is not subject to discipline will always be given 
an honorable dismissal if he or she wishes to withdraw from the University. Withdrawal is 
defined as the dropping of one's entire program in a given semester as opposed to 
dropping a portion of one's program. 

Any student withdrawing must notify the Registrar in writing: failure to attend classes 
or notification of instructors does not constitute formal withdrawal and will result in 
failing grades in all courses. Any adjustment of the tuition that the student has paid is 
reckoned from the date on which the Registrar receives the student's written 
notification. Application fees, late fees, and special fees are not refundable. 



ADMISSION. REGISTRATION. EXPENSES. AND FINANCIAL AID 29 

Up to and including the second Saturday after the first day of classes, tuition will be 
retained in the following amount: 



Full-time study 
Part-time study 



$50.00 
25.00 



After the second Saturday after the first day of classes in the term, the above amount is 
retained, plus an additional percentage of the remaining tuition (as indicated in the 
schedule below), for each week, or part of a week, of the term up to the date on which 
the student's written notice of withdrawal is received by the Registrar. 



Adjustment Schedule 



Second Saturday after first 

day of classes 
Week following second 

Saturday after first day 

of classes 
Second following week 
Third following week 
Fourth following week 
Fifth following week 
Sixth following week 
Seventh following week 
Eighth following week 



Minimum 


Fees 


Retained 


$25 or 


$50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 


25 or 


50 



Percentage of 

Remaining Tuition 

Retained 





10 
20 
30 
45 
60 
75 
90 
100 



[no adjustment) 



Application or Renewal of 
Application for a Degree 



Degrees are awarded three times a year — in October, January, and May. A candidate 
for any Columbia degree (except the Ph.D. degree) must file an application with the 
Registrar, 630 West 168th Street. In the 1979-1980 academic year, the last day to file 
for an October degree is August 1; for a January degree, November 2; and for a May 
degree, February 18. A late fee of $25 will be charged after these dates and until the 
expiration of the late filing period for each conferral date (September 6 for October 
degrees, December 7 for January degrees, April 3 for May degrees.) Applications 
received after the late filing period will automatically be applied to the next conferral 
date. 

If the student fails to earn the degree by the conferral date for which he or she has 
made application, the student may renew the application. A $25 late fee will be charged 
for late filing of renewals of application according to the same schedule as for original 
applications (see above.) 



Requests for Transcripts 



Transcripts may be requested by writing to the Office of the Registrar, 630 West 168th 
Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. Official transcripts must be sent by the University 
directly to an official address such as another university, a hospital, a business firm, or a 
government agency. However, a student may request an unofficial transcript (stamped 
"Student Copy"). There is a charge of $2 for each transcript requested except for those 
which are sent between offices of Columbia University. Checks accompanying transcript 
requests should be made payable to Columbia University. 



30 ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 

Estimated Expenses 

Current educational expenses for a student attending the College during the first 
academic year axe as follows: 

Tuition $5,800.00 

Health and Hospitalization Insurance Fees 372.00 

Books and supplies 650.00 

Microscope rental cost and other equipment 450.00 

In addition to the educational costs listed above, each first-year student should budget 
approximately $4,140 to cover housing ($1,375), food ($1,900), clothing, laundry and 
dry cleaning ($265), and miscellaneous expenses ($600). 

There are differences in the length of each academic year, and living and 
miscellaneous expenses vary. Each year the College Committee on Financial Aid 
prepares a statement of estimated expenses for students in each year of the medical 
school curriculum. These statements are given to all financial aid applicants at the time 
of distribution of the financial aid policy statement. 

Microscope, Instruments, and Books 

Students are required to have microscopes for courses in the first and second years of 
medical school. A microscope rental service is operated by the Medical Center 
Bookstore. For students who wish to purchase a new or used microscope, the faculty 
recommends a binocular instrument of standard make, complete with carrying case, 
built-in illuminator, and quadruple nosepiece (4X, lOX, 40X, and lOOX oil-immersion 
objectives). 

Students are required to purchase dissection equipment for the first-year course in 
gross anatomy and instruments for the diagnostic examination of patients. 

The books required or recommended for courses of instruction are announced at the 
beginning of each academic year. 

Housing 

Bard Hall, at 50 Haven Avenue overlooking Riverside Park and the Hudson River, is the 
residence for students in the College. Its facilities include lounges, a cafeteria and 
several dining rooms, and a gymnasium with a swimming pool, basketball and squash 
courts, and facilities for other sports. 

Room rates at Bard Hall depend on the length of the academic year and the room 
assignment. Information on the cafeteria service, room application forms, and other 
details are provided for entering students by the Admissions Office. For further 
information, write to the Bard Hall Manager, 50 Haven Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
10032. 

Apartments are available for married students in Bard Haven Tower I on the Medical 
Center campus. Married or single students may rent apartments in Towers 11 and III; the 
rents are higher. Information may be obtained from the Manager, Bard Haven Towers, 
100 Haven Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Financial Aid 

All financial aid awards are based on verified need. Each year applicants for financial 
aid are required to borrow a sum of money (unit loan) before becoming eligible for 
scholarships administered by the College. Financial aid awards are intended to 
supplement, rather than substitute for, the student's resources and parental contribu- 
tions. 



FINANCIAL AID 31 



Upon acceptance to the College, students receive the financial aid policy statement, 
loan interest and repayment information, and an application form which must be 
completed promptly. Students enrolled in the College are informed annually about the 
policies for the coming academic year and the dates for submission of the financial aid 
application and loan applications. Further information may be obtained from the 
Financial Aid Office of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, telephone (212) 
694-4100. 

Spouses of medical students should consult the personnel offices of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons and of the Presbyterian Hospital for information regarding 
employment opportunities at the Medical Center. 



Scholarships 



Students are urged to determine the availability of scholarship assistance from the states 
in which they reside and to make application for such funds when appropriate. As an 
example. New York State provides funds through the Tuition Assistance Program to 
residents who meet financial qualifications. In addition, New York State has instituted 
the Special Regents Medical Scholarship, which is intended to ease the physician 
shortage in certain areas of the state. The Financial Aid Office provides interested 
students with the necessary information on applications for these programs. Applicants 
to medical school should consult college premedical offices for information on the 
competitive New York State Regents Awards. 

Among nongovernmental sources of funding there is the National Medical Fellow- 
ships, Inc., which awards fellowships to needy black Americans, American Indians, 
Mexican-Americans, and mainland Puerto Ricans. Applicants must be citizens of the 
United States or permanent residents (visa status). Awards are given to first- and 
second-year medical students. Enrolled medical students should apply to NMF at 250 
West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 before March 1 for financial assistance for the 
second year of medical school. Applicants to medical school should request information 
from NMF. 

The R.G. Haddad Foundation Scholarship is available for enrolled medical students 
who are United States citizens of Syrian or Lebanese descent. Applicants must have 
verified financial need. A grant for one year may be renewed upon application. 
Annually, the Financial Aid Office of the College of Physicians and Surgeons advises 
students of the availability of this scholarship. 

There are a number of scholarship funds administered by the Financial Aid Office of 
the College. With the exception of the Lawrence John Durante Scholarship (see below), 
students do not apply directly for these scholarships. The named scholarships listed 
below have been donated by alumni, foundations, corporations, and friends of the 
University. 

Endowed Scholarship Funds 

ALLEN Gift of Mrs. Vivian B. Allen. 

ALUMNI A limited number of national scholarships. Provided by gifts from the P&S 
Alumni Association and other contributors. 

ANONYMOUS Several; awarded annually. 

BANBURY From the Banbury Scholarship Fund. 

ALICE IDA AND ABRAHAM PENNER BERNHEIM SCHOLARSHIP FUND For 
tuition. 

ISAAC J. AND RENA HENLY BERNHEIM Given by the family in honor of Isaac J. 
and Rena Henly Bernheim. 



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ELSIE J. BIRTWHISTLE Founded by the will of Morell Birtwhistle, in memory of his 
wife. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, Jr. From the George Blumenthal, Jr., Fund. 

ELIZABETH ROCK BRACKETT SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Dr. Brackett, 
the income to be used for scholarship assistance for women medical students studying 
under the Faculty of Medicine. 

Dr. HARRY BRITENSTOOL MEMORIAL From the estate of Mrs. Blanche B. 
Ostheimer, in memory of her brother. 

LUCIEN AND ETHEL BROWNSTONE MERIT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND A 
merit scholarship awarded every four years. 

Dr. MOSES R. BUCHMAN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students, 
with preference given to those who are residents of Westchester and who plan to 
practice pediatrics. Established by friends of Dr. Buchman. 

DAVID C. BULL MEMORIAL In memory of Dr. David C. Bull, a former member of 
the Department of Surgery. 

RICHARD BUTLER Open to men born in the state of Ohio who are qualified for 
admission to, and plan to enter, Columbia College, the Graduate School of Arts and 
Sciences, the School of Law, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, or the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

ALONZO CLARK Founded by the will of Alonzo Clark, M.D., LL.D., for many years 
president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1890 Given by a member of the class. 

CLASS OF 1899 Given by the class in commemoration of the thirty-fifth anniversary 
of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1912 Given by the class on the fifteenth anniversary of its gradua- 
tion. 

CLASS OF 1913 For medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1920 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its 
graduation. 

CLASS OF 1924 To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of their graduation. 

CLASS OF 1928 Given at their tenth reunion. 

CLASS OF 1932 For a scholarship room. Given by the class on the twenty-fifth 
anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1933 For a scholarship. 

CLASS OF 1934 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1936 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its 
graduation. 

CLASS OF 1937 Awarded for tuition of medical students. 

CLASS OF 1938 Awarded annually to assist a student in the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1939 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 



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CLASS OF 1940 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1942 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1952 Given by members of the class on the tenth anniversary of its 
graduation. 

CLASS OF 1953 Given by members of the class. 

CLASS OF 1964 Established in memory of Dr. Howard Gerstel. 

HENRY D. CRUGER Bequest of Helen Cruger, in memory of the Henry D. Cruger 
family. 

CHARLES A. DANA FOUNDATION, Inc. Established by the Foundation. 

ANTHONY M. DeANGELIS Open to a student of the fourth-year class. Given by Dr. 
Anthony M. DeAngelis. 

HORACE DENNETT Open to students in the third- and fourth-year classes. 

DAVID M. DEVENDORF Preference is given to a candidate from Herkimer County, 
New York, preferably one from the town of Herkimer. Given by Mrs. David M. 
Devendorf of Herkimer, New York, in memory of her husband. Dr. David M. Devendorf, 
Class of 1861. 

FRANCIS E. DOUGHTY Given by Miss Phoebe Caroline Swords, in memory of Dr. 
Francis E. Doughty, Class of 1869. 

LAWRENCE JOHN DURANTE Given by members of the Class of 1961, in memory 
of Lawrence John Durante. Awarded annually to a senior student with verified financial 
need by the Durante Scholarship Fund Committee after review of the applications of 
qualified students. 

EDWARD PERCY EGLEE Bequest of Edward Percy Eglee, Class of 1913, member of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons from 1919 until his retirement in 
1953, when he was a clinical professor of medicine. 

JOSEPH HERMAN AND HANNAH EICHNER Established by the will of Benjamin 
Bernard Eichner, Class of 1919. 

JOSEPH C. FOSTER Given by Mrs. Esther J. Foster, in memory of her husband. 

VIRGINIA KNEELAND FRANTZ Bequest of Dr. Frantz. 

NELLIE ALDEN FRANZ Bequest of Nellie A. Franz to Columbia University for 
scholarships to worthy young women for undergraduate or graduate study, with 
preference for those interested in medicine, nursing, sociology, and journalism. 

GEORGE AND CHARLIE Given by the Alumni Association of the College, in memory 
of George Peters and Charles Costello, long-time employees of the Medical Center. 

JACOB HARSEN Given by Dr. Jacob Harsen. 

FRANK HARTLEY Given by friends and colleagues of Dr. Frank Hartley, class of 
1880. 

WILLIAM H. HEMINGWAY 

AARON HIMMELSTEIN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students. 
Given by Dr. Himmelstein's friends and colleagues. 



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IRMA T. HIRSCHL SCHOLARSHIPS From the estate of Irma T. Hirschl. Awarded 
on the criteria of financial need, outstanding scholarship and dedication to medical 
science, the easing of pain and protection of life. 

CHARLES EUGENE HUBER, Sr. Bequest of Francis D. Huber, in memory of his 
father. 

FRANCIS HUBER Open to a graduate of any institution other than Columbia 
University, City College, Barnard College, or Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

VIOLA B. HUBER Open to a graduate of Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI For graduates of Columbia University and City College. Given 
by Dr. Francis Huber, in memory of Dr. Abraham Jacobi. 

EDWARD R. JEAL Awarded to deserving students studying under the Faculty of 
Medicine. 

CHARLES CHRISTIAN LIEB Awarded to a student interested in the study of 
pharmacology. Given in memory of Dr. Charles Christian Lieb, Hosack Professor of 
Pharmacology. 

LI MING Awarded with preference to students of Chinese birth or descent or 
nationality. Established by bequest of Mr. Li Ming. 

MARJORIE McANENY Open to a graduate of Barnard College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

ELIZABETH HALL McCULLOGH Given by Mrs. William G. Heaphy in memory of 
her sister. Dr. Elizabeth McCullogh, an alumna of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

HERBERT D. MANLEY Given as bequest by the late Dr. Herbert D. Manley. 

FRANCIS HARTMAN MARKOE Given by Madeline Shelton Markoe, in memory of 
her husband. 

M. MONTGOMERY MAZE From the estate of M. Montgomery Maze, Pearl River, 
N.Y. Part of this fund may be used for scholarships and/or fellowships, preferably for 
graduates of the Pearl River High School. 

MABEL C. MEAD Awarded to women students of Chinese ancestry. Preference given 
to those desiring to study medicine. 

VIVIAN AND SEYMOUR MILSTEIN ENDOWMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIPS Estab- 
lished by the donors in honor of their friends and physicians, Drs. David Habif and 
Duane Todd. 

SAMUEL J. MORITZ MEMORIAL Given by the executors of the estate of Samuel J. 
Moritz. 

GULLI LINDH MULLER Bequest of the donor to be awarded with preference to a 
gifted woman student. 

P&S SCHOLARSHIP AID AND LOAN FUND Established by the wives of the 
members of the Faculty of Medicine, faculty, and friends of the College. 

RUDOLPH AND MARY E. PFEIFFER Given by Mrs. Mary E. Pfeiffer. 



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PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP Granted with preference to 
sons or daughters of alumni of Presbyterian Hospital. Given by the Society of the Alumni 
of Presbyterian Hospital. 

WILLIAM COLE R APPLE YE Established at the retirement of Dean Rappleye. 

RICHARD RHODEBECK Given by Mrs. Richard Rhodebeck, in memory of her 
husband. 

DAVID H. ROUS From family, friends, and business associates of David H. Rous, the 
income to be divided equally among the Graduate School of Business, Columbia College, 
and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

LOUIS AND RACHAEL RUDIN Established by the Rudin Foundation for students of 
excellence who would not otherwise be able to complete their education. 

SAGAMORE Awarded to needy students. 

JOSEPH F. SAPHIR MEMORIAL Given by Elsa M. Saphir, in memory of her 
husband, Joseph F. Saphir, Class of 1902. 

THE MARY S. SAXE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Mary S. Saxe. 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Given by faculty members, alumni, and students, in 
honor of Dr. Severinghaus's services to the College. 

BERNARD E. SMITH MEMORIAL Given by Mrs. Gertrude Smith, in memory of her 
husband. 

THE JAMES A. STEVENSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by Mrs. 
Ann Stevenson Hardesty, in memory of her brother James Albert Stevenson, Class of 
1943. 

EDGAR EGINTON STEWART, Jr., MEMORIAL Given by Dr. E. E. Stewart, in 
memory of his son. 

ARTHUR PURDY STOUT MEMORIAL Given by the Arthur Purdy Stout So- 
ciety. 

ARNOLD STURMDORF Awarded to one or more students in their third or fourth 
year of medical school. Bequest of Miriam Sturmdorf. 

HAROLD S. VAUGHAN Bequest of Dr. Harold Vaughan, Class of 1904. 

ANDREA VICALE MEMORIAL Established by Dr. Carmine T. Vicale, in memory of 
his father. 

HERMANN VOLLMER Established in his memory by his wife. 

THEODORE L. VOSSELER Preference is given to graduates of Colgate University. 
Given by Dr. Allison J. Vosseler, Class of 1933, in memory of his father, Dr. Theodore 
L. Vosseler. 

ROBERT M. WECHSLER Given by Dr. I. S. Wechsler, in memory of his son, Robert 
M. Wechsler, Class of 1945, and by members of the class of 1945, in memory of their 
classmate. 

WHITING— Dr. FORDYCE B. St. JOHN SCHOLARSHIP FUND Gift by the Mrs. 
Giles Whiting Foundation, in honor of Dr. Fordyce B. St. John. 

Dr. JAMES LANCELOT WILSON Awarded to a student selected by the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



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CLARA AND KRIKOR ZOHRAB Awarded with preference to students of Armenian 
extraction. Students are eligible to apply through interschool fellowship competition 
upon recommendation of the financial aid officer. 



Gift Funds 

CITIBANK MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by the Citibank. Th^ .-ecipient 
must have demonstrated need for support and he/she must be a New York State 
resident. 

VALERIE AND GEORGE DELACORTE FOUNDATION Annual gift. 

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP GIFT FUND Gifts and memorials by various donors. 

CHARLES F. IKLE SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH FUND Grant by the New 
York Community Trust. 

JAMES T. LEE FOUNDATION, Inc. Annual grant to medical students. 

JULIUS E. STOLFI MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FUND SCHOLAR- 
SHIP 

THE SULZBERGER FOUNDATION Annual gift. Awarded to senior students with 
very good academic records, significant financial need, and plans to pursue careers in 
family medicine or general internal medicine in nonurban areas. 



Loans 

Loans are available to all full-time medical students. These funds are provided by 
various sources, including the federal and state governments, the University, and also 
private agencies, as outlined below. 

Foreign students who hold an F-1 student visa are eligible to borrow only from University 
funds and must have comakers who are citizens or permanent residents of the United 
States. Comakers should not be University employees or members of the applicant's 
immediate family (i.e., mother, father, spouse). Foreign students may borrow from 
federal or state loan funds upon being granted permanent resident visa status in the 
United States. 

Federal Health Professions Loans. These are allocated by the Bureau of Health 
Manpower of the National Institutes of Health to individual medical schools, which are 
responsible for determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts to be 
loaned. Assuming the availability of adequate funding, the maximum loan to a student in 
an academic year is the cost of tuition plus $2,500. Loans are repayable to the school 
over a ten-year period beginning one year after completing or interrupting the 
prescribed full-time course of study. Interest at the annual rate of 7 percent begins to 
accrue when the loan becomes repayable. 

Repayment of Health Professions Loans may be deferred up to three years for those 
who become members of a uniformed federal service on sustained full-time duty (i.e., 
the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey), 
the Public Health Service, or the Peace Corps. For those pursuing advanced 
professional training, repayment may be deferred to completion of the training program. 
Interest does not accrue during period of deferment. 

Health Professions Loans are forgiven or canceled under certain conditions: (1) In the 
instance of students who agree to practice medicine for at least two years in a region of a 
state that has been determined to need additional personnel, the federal government 
will repay 60 percent of the outstanding principal and interest on any educational loan(s) 



FINANCIAL AID 37 

for the cost of professional education. For a third year of practice in such an area, an 
additional 25 percent of the loan(s) will be repaid. (2) The outstanding loans of students 
who fail to complete their health professions studies will be repaid if they are in 
exceptionally needy circumstances, from a low-income or disadvantaged family, and 
cannot be expected to resume studies within two years. (3) Loans of students who die or 
suffer permanent and total disability will be canceled. 

National Direct Student Loans. Funds are allocated by the Office of Education to schools 
which are responsible for determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts 
to be awarded. The total (undergraduate and graduate school loans) available to a 
student from the NDSL program is $10,000. The current interest rate, payable during 
the repayment period, is 3 percent on the unpaid principal. Repayment begins nine 
months after graduation or after leaving school. The repayment period may extend up 
to ten years. Repayment may be deferred for up to three years during active U.S. 
military service or during service in the Peace Corps or Volunteers in Service to America 
(VISTA). 

Federal and State Guaranteed Loans. Under the auspices of the Office of Education of 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, federally insured loans are made by 
authorized banks, savings-and-loan associations, credit unions, pension funds, and 
insurance companies. The maximum loan each academic year under this program is 
$5,000, and the total outstanding loan balance at any one time may not exceed 
$15,000. Interest may not be in excess of an annual percentage rate of 7 percent. 
Lending institutions participating in this program can provide further information 
regarding interest rates. Repayment begins nine to twelve months after the student's 
studies have been completed or otherwise terminated and is usually scheduled for 
completion within five to ten years. 

Deferment of repayment is permitted to up to three years during the student's 
service in the military, the Peace Corps, or VISTA. 

Other Sources of Loans. The National Education Loan Guarantee Program of the 
American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation (AMA-ERF) makes 
possible loans to all medical students, interns, and residents in good standing who are 
United States citizens, provided they are enrolled in full-time training at an AMA- 
approved American medical school or hospital and can demonstrate financial need. 
Medical students must have completed their first semester in order to qualify. The 
maximum amount that can be borrowed in a twelve-month period (September 1 to 
August 31) is $2,500. Up to a total of $12,500 may be borrowed over a period of seven 
years. The minimum loan for any one interim note is $400. 

Interest rates have not been set at the time of this printing. Interest charges must be 
paid in full each year by the student. Payment of principal is deferred during the training 
period. Prepayment of principal may be made at any time without penalty. 

University loan funds are also intended to supplement students' resources. Repayment 
of these loans is scheduled to begin nine months after graduation and to be completed 
within ten years (provided that a repayment rate of at least $30 a month is maintained). 
The interest charge for University loans is 3 percent a year on the outstanding loan 
balance. 

The University has certain named loan funds from which medical students may 
borrow when monies are available. Included among these are the following funds: 

PETER AMAZON Bequest of Peter Amazon. 

LEONARD ALEXANDER ARMS Bequest of Lydia B. Arms, in memory of her 
husband, to create a revolving loan fund for scholarship and research to medical 
students and graduate students at P&S. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, Jr. Used for the assistance of needy students in the 
medical school. 



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CLASS OF 1906 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1906. 

CLASS OF 1919 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1919. To be used for 
loans to deserving students. 

CAROL ELISSA GARDNER Established by Dr. M. Jordan Thorstad, in memory of his 
wife. Dr. Carol Elissa Gardner Thorstad, Class of 1941. 

DAVID GREENE A bequest from the estate of Fannye Greene Meyerson, in honor of 
her brother. Dr. David Greene. Used for assistance of needy students in the medical 
school and Columbia College. 

GEORGE L. HAWKINS, Jr. Gift of George L. Hawkins, Jr., Class of 1941. 

B. H. HOMAN, Jr. REVOLVING LOAN FUND Long-term, low-interest loans for 
needy students. 

ROBERT ABBE MACKENZIE Established by friends, colleagues, and patients of Dr. 
MacKenzie, an alumnus of the Class of 1921. 

GEORGE W. MERCK MEMORIAL Established by the Merck Company Foundation in 
honor of George W. Merck. For graduates of P&S, wherever they are in training, or to 
graduates of other medical schools in training at hospitals affiliated with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

JESSIE SMITH NOYES 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Established by the Clark Foundation as an unrestricted, 
discretionary fund to be used primarily for the support of students and student activities. 
Priority given to fourth-year students who are subjected to increased living and 
transportation costs because of electing clerkships at the Mary Imogene Bassett 
Hospital, Cooperstown, N.Y. 

WALTER C. AND MARJORIE C. STEIN Bequest of Marjorie C. Stein. 

STEINHARDT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Bequest of Samuel C. Steinhardt. 
Awarded to graduates of one of the colleges of the City University of New York who 
have attended public schools exclusively (except for religious instruction). To be repaid 
in fifteen years; without interest for the first ten years; with 5 percent annual interest 
thereafter on the unpaid balance. 

In addition to the foregoing, periodically there are funds for short-term emergency loans, 
which are administered through the Financial Aid Office of the medical school. 

Prizes 

Dr. HARRY S. ALTMAN PRIZE Awarded to an outstanding senior student who 
demonstrates a special interest in pediatric ambulatory care. Established to honor Dr. 
Harry S. Altrnan, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to scholarship in 
pediatrics. 

HERBERT J. BARTELSTONE AWARD IN PHARMACOLOGY Awarded to a 
member of the graduating class of the College who has demonstrated exceptional 
accomplishments in pharmacology. Established to honor the memory of Professor 
Herbert J. Bartelstone, member of the Department of Pharmacology from 1950 until 
1973, dedicated and inspiring teacher, and uncompromising advocate of the importance 
of rigorous preparation in basic medical science in the education of the physician. 

COAKLEY MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Otolaryngology to a 
senior student who has done outstanding work in the field. 

TITUS MUNSON COAN PRIZE Awarded to the senior student who has submitted the 
best essay in biological science or otherwise best contributed to its advancement. 
Bequest of Titus M. Coan. 



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THOMAS F. COCK, M.D., PRIZE Awarded to a senior student for excellence in 
obstetrics and gynecology. 

FREDERICK PARKER GAY MEMORIAL AWARD Awarded to the senior student 
whose work in microbiology is judged the most outstanding. Given by Mrs. Frederick 
Parker Gay, in memory of her husband. 

JANEWAY PRIZE Awarded to the student graduating from the College with the 
highest marks for efficiency and ability. Given by the bequest of Matilda S. J. 
Wisner. 

Dr. HAROLD LAMPORT BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PRIZE Awarded to a senior 
student for the best thesis reporting original biomedical research. Gift of the Lamport 
Foundation. 

ROBERT F. LOEB AWARD Awarded to a senior student who, in the opinion of the 
Department of Medicine, has shown the greatest promise of excellence in clinical 
medicine. Established in memory of Dr. Robert F. Loeb, Bard Professor of Medicine, and 
chairman of the Department of Medicine from 1947 to 1959. 

F. PHILIP LOWENFISH PRIZE IN DERMATOLOGY Awarded to the individual who 
has done the most creative and original research in dermatology. Given by Mrs. 
Lowenfish, in her husband's memory. 

EDITH AND DENTON McKANE MEMORIAL AWARD Bequest of Edith U. 
McKane. Awarded to a senior student for excellence in basic or clinical research in 
ophthalmology. 

Dr. HAROLD LEE MEIERHOF MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded on recommendation of 
the professor of pathology to the student who has done the best work in the field during 
the four years of medical school. Given by the parents of Dr. Harold Lee Meierhof, Class 
of 1917. 

NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL AWARD An annual prize awarded to a 
senior student upon nomination by the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, for 
outstanding performance in the field. 

JOSEPH GARRISON PARKER AWARD Awarded to the senior in the College who 
best exemplifies, through a continued personal interest and activities in art, music, 
literature, or the public interest, the fact that Living and Learning go on together. Given 
by Dr. and Mrs. Philip Parker, in memory of their son, Joseph, Class of 1948, whose 
promising career in medicine was cut short by death in 1953, but in whose life the love 
of music and the arts was a constant source of inspiration. 

P&S CLASS OF 1924, Dr. ALLEN O. WHIPPLE MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded to a 
senior student, upon nomination of the Department of Surgery, for outstanding 
performance in the field. 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Psychiatry 
to a second-year student for the best work in psychopathology. 

SAMUEL W. ROVER AND LEWIS ROVER AWARD An annual prize to be awarded 
to a graduating medical student or a male graduate student for scholarship and 
outstanding achievement in biochemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

ANN RYAN PRIZE IN BIOCHEMISTRY To be awarded to deserving women 
graduate students. 

HELEN M. SCIARRA PRIZE Awarded to a senior student in the College for 
outstanding work in neurology. 



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Dr. ALFRED STEINER AWARD Presented annually to one or more students chosen 
by a faculty committee on the basis of achievement in medical research. Funded by 
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in honor of Dr. Steiner. 

Dr. HAROLD B. STEVELMAN AWARD Awarded to a senior student for excellence 
in adult cardiology. In honor of Dr. Harold Stevelman, Class of 1958, in appreciation of 
his service to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leo 
Gilbert. 

UROLOGY PRIZES Awarded to senior students for the best essays on urological 
subjects. 

Dr. WILLIAM PERRY WATSON PRIZE IN PEDIATRICS Awarded on the nomina- 
tion of the professor of pediatrics to that member of the graduating class of the College 
who has shown the most notable work in the study of the diseases of infants and 
children. 

Dr. WILLIAM RAYNER WATSON AWARD Awarded to that member of the 
graduating class who has done the most outstanding work in psychiatry during the four 
years of attendance at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

SIGMUND L. WILENS PRIZE Awarded to a member of the graduating class who, in 
the opinion of the Department of Pathology, has been distinguished by special 
excellence in pathology. Gift of Dr. Marie Renate Dische Wilens, in memory of her 
husband. Dr. Sigmund L. Wilens. 

Student and Alumni Activities 

All students enrolled in the College enjoy the privileges and facilities of the University 
campus, including the University libraries. 

P&S Club 

The P&S Club was founded over eighty years ago by John R. Mott, who later won the 
Nobel Peace Prize. The Club is the most active and comprehensive student organization 
in American medical education today. All matriculated students in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons are members, eligible to participate in extracurricular activities 
of their choice. Under the guidance of the Faculty Advisory Board, the student cabinet, 
led by the president, assumes the entire responsibility for management of the Club. The 
cabinet consists of four elected members from each class and those who chair the 
following committees: Orientation, Handbook, Student-Faculty Home Visits, Films, 
Concerts, Choral Society, Bard Hall Players, Fine Arts, Athletics, Community Youth 
Work, Accessories, Social, and Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Society. 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 

A chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honor medical society, was founded at 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1907. Students are elected to membership in 
the senior year by a committee of the faculty appointed by the Dean. The committee is 
chaired by the Alpha Omega Alpha Councilor of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. Student membership is determined according to the constitution of the 
national society. Election is limited to those whose scholastic qualifications place them in 
the upper 25 percent of the class. The number of student members elected from any 
class may not exceed one-sixth of the number expected to graduate in that class. 
Although scholastic excellence is required for membership, integrity, capacity for 



STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 41 

leadership, compassion, and fairness in dealing with one's colleagues are judged to be of 
equal significance. 

P&S Development and Alumni Relations Office 

The P&S Development and Alumni Relations Office considers its prime mission to be 
the fostering and maintenance of cordial relationships between the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons and its alumni. As such, the office is responsible for the administration of 
both alumni relations programming and alumni annual fund-raising projects throughout 
the course of any year. 

Historically, alumni served by the office have included all those awarded the M.D. or 
Med. Sc.D. degrees from the College as well as those awarded the Certificate in 
Psychoanalytic Medicine. As of May 6, 1978, however, the Alumni Association, by 
amendment to its Constitution, also conferred automatic associate member status upon 
all faculty of the College; all interns, residents, and visiting fellows with appointments of 
one year or more at hospitals affiliated with P&S; and all Ph.D. graduates of the Basic 
Sciences Curricula including Anatomy, Biochemistry, Human Genetics, Microbiology, 
Pathology, Pharmacology, and Physiology. 

The work of the Alumni Association is accomplished through the efforts of the officers 
and the sixteen standing and ad hoc committees, all of whom form the constituency of 
the P&S Alumni Council; all alumni, of whatever membership status, are encouraged to 
volunteer for and participate in the work and activities sponsored by these groups. 

Restricted revenues raised by the Alumni Association provide funds for a number of 
fully endowed scholarships at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Currently, the 
Alumni Association is also embarked on a long-term project to fund and endow a P&S 
Alumni Association professorship. Unrestricted revenues raised by the Alumni Asso- 
ciation allow the College flexibility in applying funds to areas of greatest need. For 
example, during the 1977-1978 fiscal year, unrestricted revenues financed a capital 
expenditure for the Audio/Visual Department, thereby allowing that administrative unit 
to purchase equipment utilized in support of the College's Continuing Education 
Program. Routinely, a substantial stipend from unrestricted revenues also goes to the 
P&S Club, underwriting virtually all of the Club's yearly operating needs. 

Among the important functions performed through the P&S Development and 
Alumni Relations Office is the quarterly publication of the P&S Journal. This magazine, 
cosponsored by the alumni and the medical school, endeavors to speak to the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons community-at-large. All alumni, faculty, and those involved in 
postgraduate training at affiliated hospitals receive the P&S Journal gratis. It is also free 
to current students and their parents and to a wide range of other friends and associates 
of the College. 

As future alumni, students play an important role in the work and deliberations of the 
Alumni Association. As full and equal members of the Student Alumni Relations 
Committee, students and alumni work together in addressing students' current needs 
and seeking solutions to their problems. 

Information about the Alumni Association and its activities is available from the P&S 
Development and Alumni Relations Office, 2005-C, Black Building, 630 West 168th 
Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. Telephone: (212) 694-3498. 



The Program of Instruction 



The first year curriculum is largely devoted to basic science courses with correlation 
clinics to demonstrate the application of scientific information to the practice of 
medicine. The first-year student also studies the impact of health care systems in our 
current society on the individual patient and physician. Second-year courses concentrate 
on the clinical relevance of basic science concepts as the bridging process to clinical 
instruction begins. Correlations between pathology and pathophysiology are empha- 
sized. The development of basic clinical skills begins in the second semester and 
culminates in a four-week clerkship. Throughout both preclinical years elective 
opportunities are available for pursuit of areas of interest. 

The major clinical year is devoted exclusively to rotations on clerkships in the clinical 
disciplines. Under close supervision the students are helped to develop the skills and 
knowledge required for the practice of clinical medicine. Students learn to elicit a 
comprehensive history and to carry out a complete physical examination. They learn to 
develop professional relationships with patients, and they acquire an understanding of 
the mechanisms of disease and of the principles necessary for valid diagnostic appraisal 
and effective therapeutic plans. 

All courses of the first three years of the curriculum are required of all students. In the 
fourth year, with the guidance of faculty advisers, students design individual elective 
curricula, drawn from a wide range of basic scientific electives, clinical electives, and 
research programs offered by the faculty. The elective courses of all departments are 
described in a catalog which is printed annually and distributed to students and faculty. 
Students are permitted to spend three months of the curriculum in elective programs 
offered by other medical schools. In addition, the School of Public Health offers 
international medicine programs that provide opportunities to study the organization 
and delivery of health services in many countries of the world. 

During the elective curriculum students have available the resources of the entire 
University. Students are encouraged to utilize elective curriculum time to reach career 
decisions. Faculty advisers stress the acquisition of knowledge and skills in areas of 
medicine apart from the student's career discipline, and they encourage students to gain 
experience in clinical and/or laboratory research. 

The College reserves the right to make changes in the program of studies and courses 
of instruction at any time. 



Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence 

All courses are rated on an Honors-Pass-Fail system and these ratings only are recorded 
on the official transcripts. Students are not ranked within the class. Faculty provide 
narrative descriptions of student performances in preclinical courses (Abnormal Human 
Biology, Introduction to the Patient, and Psychiatric Medicine I and II), major clinical 
year clerkships, and elective programs. These evaluations become part of the student's 
permanent academic record in the Office of the Dean. 

There are three standing faculty committees concerned with students' academic 
performances. These committees are: the First Year Class Faculty, the Second Year 
Class Faculty, and the Clinical Committee. The latter deals with academic performances 
in the major clinical year and the elective curriculum. The standing committees meet 
during each academic year to review student performances and to make decisions 
related to course failures and to promotions. Course failures in all years of the 
curriculum must be corrected according to the directives of the faculty committees. A 
student may be advanced to the next academic year of the medical school curriculum 
only upon recommendation of the faculty committee. In any year of the curriculum 
students may be dismissed for poor scholarship. Repetition of a year of the curriculum 



PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 43 

may be recommended by a faculty committee. The faculty committees may direct 
students whose performances are marginal to undertake additional work to correct 
deficiencies and strengthen overall performance in any discipline. 

Students are informed in writing of the academic decisions of all faculty committees. 
Students have the right to appeal decisions of the faculty committees. A student who 
wishes to appeal may request the concerned committee to reverse or alter a decision. If 
the committee reaffirms the original decision, the student may direct an appeal to the 
Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, who may refer the appeal to the Executive Committee 
of the Faculty Council for final decision. 

The Faculty of Medicine reserves the right to dismiss, or to deny admission, 
registration, readmission, or graduation to any student who in the judgment of the 
Faculty of Medicine is determined to be unsuited for the study or practice of 
medicine. 

Students in the College of Physicians and Surgeons are required to pass National 
Board examinations Parts I and II prior to graduation. 

Leaves of absence may be granted by the Dean for a limited period of time in 
exceptional circumstances only for health reasons or personal emergencies. 

Key to Course Numbers 

Medical Center courses: The suffixes F and S refer to first- and second-year courses, 
respectively. Numbers without a suffix indicate major clinical year clerkships that are 
repeated throughout the year in instruction periods of twelve weeks or less. 

Summary of Curriculum (for students entering in 
September 1979) 

First Year 

SEPTEMBER 4, 1979 to JANUARY 11, 1980. First semester. 
JANUARY 14, 1980 to JUNE 6, 1980. Second semester. 

Second Year 

SEPTEMBER 2, 1980 through JUNE 30, 1981. 

Third and Fourth Years 

JULY 1, 1981 through APRIL 30, 1983. 

Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses 
of the First and Second Years 

Abnormal Human Biology lOlS. 

Dr. Canfield and interdepartmental associates: Cardiology, Dr. Drusin; 
Pulmonary. Dr. Harvey; Endocrinology-Metabolism, Dr. Holub; Gastroen- 
terology. Dr. Glickman; Hematology. Dr. Rifkind; Immunology, Dr. Butler; 
Infectious Diseases. Dr. Neu; Oncology, Dr. Weinstein; Nephrology, Dr. 
Al-Awqati; Surgery. Dr. Lo-Gerfo. 

Exercises in the application and correlation of the basic sciences to a broad range of clinical 
problems. Teaching is by seminar/lecture and is closely integrated with courses in pathology, 
pharmacology, and introductory medicine. 



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Anatomy lOlF. Microscopic anatomy 
Dr. Nunez and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies of 
structure in relation to function. 

Anatomy 102F. Human anatomy 
Dr. Moss and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory encompassing basic morphological and functional human 
anatomy. 

Anatomy 103F. Developmental anatomy 
Dr. Pfenninger and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory emphasizing the fundamental processes of embryogenesis; 
closely integrated with Anatomy lOlF-Microscopic anatomy. 

Biochemistry lOlF. Introductory biochemistry 
Dr. Gold and departmental staff. 

Lectures and conferences stressing principles of biochemistry and their relationship to disease 
processes. 

Genetics lOlS. Introductory clinical genetics 
Dr. Krooth and associates. 

Lectures emphasizing general principles of genetics and their clinical application. 

Medicine 101 S. Introduction to the practice of medicine 
Drs. Canfield, Marcus, and associates. 

Lectures, conferences, and seminars addressing ethical and personal issues relevant to the practice 
of medicine. 

Medicine 102S. Introduction to the patient 
Dr. Morris and associates. 

A scries of interdepartmental presentations and demonstrations followed by an intensive four-week 
preceptorship (at Harlem, Overlook, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital) during which 
the student will learn to take a comprehensive medical history and to perform a complete physical 
examination. 

Microbiology lOlF. General microbiology 
Dr. Ginsberg and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory covering the basic principles of cell regulation, immunology, 
virology, and the biology of pathogenic organisms. 

Anatomy-Physiology 106S. Neural science 

Drs. Kandel, Kelly, Kupfermann, Rowland, Schwartz, and Spencer. 

Lectures, seminars, laboratories, and clinical demonstrations to provide an integrated understanding 
of neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, biochemistry, and behavior. 

Nutrition lOlF. Introduction to nutrition 
Dr. Winick and associates. 

Lectures that define the elements of nutrition essential for good health. 

Pathology lOlF. General pathology 
Dr. Branwood and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory emphasizing the mechanisms of injury and repair in cells, 
tissues, and organ systems. 

Pathology 102S. Systemic pathology 
Dr. Branwood and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies to 
elucidate the pathogenesis of findings in disease. 

Pathology 103S. Neuropathology 
Dr. Duffy and associates. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and microscopic studies of diseases of the nervous system. 



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Pharmacology lOlS. General and special pharmacology 
Dr. Kahn and departmental staff. 

Lectures, seminars, and demonstrations to elucidate the basic principles essential for the effective 
use of drugs as therapeutic or diagnostic agents. 

Medicine 105F. Physician-patient relationship 
Drs. Hembree, Rosenberg, and associates. 

Preceptor sessions emphasizing the central role of the physician-patient relationship in the practice of 
medicine and the importance of the effects of health care organization and other factors on that 
relationship. 

Physiology lOlF. Human physiology 
Dr. Nocenti and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and conferences to define the function of specific cells, tissues, and organs 
and their homeostatic mechanisms. 

Psychiatry lOlF. Psychiatric Medicine, I 
Dr. Maxmen and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars presenting the salient features of normal development. 

Psychiatry 102S. Psychiatric Medicine, II 
Dr. Maxmen and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars covering the major mental illnesses and the elements of patient 
interviewing. 

Public Health lOlF. Structure of health care systems 
Dr. Rosenberg and associates. 

Lectures and seminar groups on the current organization of health care. 

Public Health 102F. Epidemiology 
Dr. Rush and associates. 

Lectures and seminars to present epidemiological principles. 

Public Health 103F. Biostatistics 
Dr. Fleiss and associates. 

Lectures on the basic elements of biostatistics applicable to medicine. 

Public Health 104F. Parasitic diseases 
Dr. Despommier and associates. 

Lectures and laboratories stressing parasitic diseases likely to be encountered and the techniques 
necessary for the diagnosis of these diseases. 



Major Clinical Year 

Anesthesiology 201. Clinical clerkship in anesthesiology 
Dr. Bendixen and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship that provides training in preanesthetic evaluation, management and postanesthetic care 
of surgical patients. At the conclusion of the clerkship students should be able to do the following: (1) 
describe the major factors to be considered in selecting anesthetic drugs and techniques for patients 
undergoing common surgical procedures; (2) describe indications for positive pressure ventilation of 
the lungs and how the adequacy of such ventilation can be determined; (3) differentiate between a 
patent and obstructed airway in a patient and demonstrate on a patient or mannikin his/her ability to 
obtain a patent airway by positioning; (4) describe the indications for use of an endotracheal tube; (5) 
describe procedures used for resuscitation of a patient who has had cardiac arrest and demonstrate 
on a mannikin his/her ability to perform mouth-to-mouth ventilation and closed chest cardiac 
massage; (6) describe indications for and contraindications to the use of local anesthetics to provide 
infiltration and nerve block anesthesia; and (7) describe the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and 
treatment of local anesthetic drug toxicity. 

Dermatology 201. 
Dr. Harber and staff. 



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Medicine 201. Clinical clerkship in medicine 

Dr. Morris and staff at the Harlem, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's 

Hospitals. 

Extended clinical experience under a preceptorship system at Presbyterian Hospital and at another 
affiliated hospital, Harlem, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital. At the conclusion of the clerkship the 
student should be capable of taking a precise medical history, performing an accurate physical 
examination, interpreting basic laboratory data, formulating a cogent problem list, and communi- 
cating these data in accurate verbal and written form. These skills will be acquired in the patient care 
setting in order to increase the student's understanding of the physiologic, psychologic, and social 
aspects of medicine and to prepare the student for the assumption of clinical responsibility under 
close supervision. 

Neurology 201. Clinical clerkship in neurology 

Dr. Rowland and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

A comprehensive experience in clinical neurology provided at the bedside at the Neurological 
Institute. Under close supervision of a junior and senior resident and an attending physician in 
neurology, students learn to obtain a systematic neurological history and to perform and interpret the 
neurological examination. By active participation in the evaluation and care of patients, expertise is 
obtained in the diagnosis and treatment of common neurological diseases. Students learn how to do a 
lumbar puncture and they become familiar with electrodiagnostic and neuroradiological tests. 
Experience is also obtained in neurosurgery and rehabilitation medicine. Management of neurological 
emergencies is learned during night call with the senior resident. In addition, a comprehensive core 
knowledge of clinical neurology is ensured by a course syllabus, daily rounds, and preceptor sessions 
with the attending physician. 

Neurology 202. Neurosurgery 

Dr. Schlesinger and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 201. Clinical clerkship in obstetrics and 

gynecology 

Dr. Vande Wiele and staff at the Harlem, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. 

Luke's Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in obstetrics and gynecology under close supervision of house staff and 
attendings. On the gynecological wards and in the clinics the student learns to take a sexual and 
gynecological history, to examine the breasts, abdomen, and pelvis, to distinguish normal and 
abnormal findings relative to gynecological disease, and to diagnose and manage benign and 
malignant gynecologic tumors. The student acquires the skills needed to approach problems of 
sexuality and an understanding of the impact of changing physiological states in menarchc and 
menopause. On the obstetrical service the student learns the medical and surgical complications 
encountered during pregnancy and delivery, and the student learns to diagnose and manage 
pregnancy. The student participates in the conduct of labor, the delivery, and the care of the 
newborn. 

Orthopedic Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in orthopedic surgery 
Dr. Garcia and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

On the orthopedic surgery clerkship students learn to perform an orthopedic physical examination 
and to take an orthopedic history from a patient. The clerkship provides students with insight into the 
more common musculoskeletal problems (including fractures and trauma) and the basic approaches 
to management of these problems by an orthopedic surgeon. The student is expected to gain insight 
into how the discipline of orthopedic surgery works in conjunction with other specialties and how an 
orthopedic service provides in-patient and out-patient care. 

Otolaryngology 201. Clinical clerkship in otolaryngology 
Dr. Abramson and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship designed to teach the skills of physical examination of the ear, nose, and throat and to 
provide an understanding of certain diseases where this examination is crucial in diagnosis and 
management. The clerkship includes selected didactic lectures, followed by a preceptor-type 
experience in the clinic where students examine and work up a number of patients under the direct 
supervision of a faculty member. 



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Pediatrics 201. Clinical clerkship in pediatrics 

Dr. Katz and staff at the Babies Hospital (Presbyterian), Harlem, Roosevelt, 

and St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A clinical clerkship providing both in-patient and ambulatory care experience. The student is 
introduced to the study of infants and children: growth and development, diseases, and health care 
maintenance. The student will develop basic skills in the following areas: taking the pediatric history 
from the parents and from the older child; performing the physical examination of the pediatric 
patient, including the young infant; observing, analyzing, and recording the interaction between 
parent and child; and ordering and interpreting laboratory tests. The student will learn to integrate 
the data acquired and formulate an appropriate problem list and plan for the patient. The student 
will also learn to make the basic measurements of physical, neurological and psychosocial growth and 
development, and to plot and assess the data. 

Psychiatry 201. Clinical clerkship in psychiatry 

Dr. Sachar and staff at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Harlem, 

Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in psychiatry. In active participation in patient care under faculty 
supervision the student is expected to learn to conduct a psychiatric history and mental status 
examination and to develop refined interviewing skills, noting verbal and nonverbal behavior. The 
student learns to make a psychiatric differential diagnosis, to use psychotropic drugs effectively, to 
evaluate suicide potential, and to develop and enhance therapeutic rapport. The clerkship aims to 
provide an appreciation of the effects of psychological, social, and biological phenomena on 
illness-related behaviors. 

Radiology 201. Diagnostic radiology (medical) 
Dr. Seaman and staff. 

Radiology 202. Diagnostic radiology (surgical) 
Dr. Seaman and staff. 

Rehabilitation Medicine 201. 

Dr. Downey and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in surgery 

Dr. Reemtsma and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A comprehensive clinical clerkship during which the student is expected to demonstrate 
improvement in ability to perform histories and physical examinations on surgical patients and to 
formulate rational diagnostic and therapeutic plans. The student is expected to demonstrate 
increasing skill and competence in performing selected procedures, in assuming supervised 
responsibility for patient care, in communicating succinctly and with clarity to patients and 
colleagues, and in building a functional body of critically examined information regarding common 
surgical entities. 

Surgery 202. Lectures and demonstrations in surgical pathology 
Drs. Fenoglio and Lane and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Included in Surgery 201. 

Urology 201. Clinical clerkship in urology 
Dr. Lattimer and staff. 

During the clinical clerkship in urology students will learn to identify common disorders of the 
genito-urinary tract through precise patient interviews and examinations. Both ambulatory and 
in-patients will be evaluated. By knowing diagnostic methods unique to urology, students will be able 
to formulate appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic plans. 

Special Programs 

M.D.-Ph.D. Program 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 
have formed a cooperative program leading to both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. This 



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program is supervised by the Graduate Biomedical Sciences Advisory Committee and 
permits medical students who have a serious interest in basic biomedical research to 
obtain the Ph.D. degree in one of the fourteen participating disciplines in the program. 
At least two additional years of study beyond the four required for the M.D. degree 
should be anticipated for completion of this program. The program is supported by 
traineeships from the National Institutes of Health. 

Applicants interested in the M.D. -Ph.D. program should write for further information 
and application forms to: 

Dr. David Schachter 

Chairman, Graduate Biomedical Sciences 

Advisory Committee 
Department of Physiology 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

They should, moreover, make separate, concurrent application for admission to the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



Joint M.D./M.P.H. Program 

This dual degree program is under the joint direction of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons and the School of Public Health. In addition to preclinical and clinical medical 
training, students gain substantive knowledge of the health care delivery system and the 
technological, social, and political forces that contribute to the problems and patterns of 
illness, medical care, and delivery of services. They also develop concrete skills of 
research or administration applicable in interdisciplinary health service settings, both 
clinical and community based. 

Before being considered for admission to the joint degree program, the applicant 
must first be accepted as a degree candidate in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
Formal application to the School of Public Health may then be made at any time before 
the student enters the fourth year of medical training. The overall length of the joint 
program, registration, and scheduling patterns will differ for individual students. The 
total elapsed time could be as short as four years, but might extend beyond the four-year 
graduation date of the medical school. In general, during the first three years the joint 
degree student will use vacation and free time in the medical schedule to cross-register 
for public health courses. In the fourth year the student will register concurrently in the 
two schools, permitting opportunities to complete core, track, and elective public health 
courses and also carry the required clinical elective work in the medical curriculum. The 
M.D. and the M.P.H. degree may be awarded simultaneously at the end of the fourth 
year or separately when the requirements have been met. 

For further information, consult the Dean's Office in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, 630 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y., 10032, or the Director's Office in 
the School of Public Health, 600 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 



Programs in Physical Therapy and Occupational 
Therapy 

Educational programs are offered by the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine to 
students who have already earned a bachelor's degree. They may apply for admission 
to a fourteen-month program leading to a professional certificate in physical therapy or 
to a two-year program leading to the Master of Science degree in occupational therapy. 
Details are given in the University bulletin. Programs in Physical Therapy and 
Occupational Therapy. 



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Program of the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and 
Research 

A course of training in the theory and practice of psychoanalytic medicine is offered 
through the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research of the Department of 
Psychiatry. The program, a minimum of four years in length, leads to the award of a 
certificate in Psychoanalysis. For details, see the bulletin of the Center (formerly the 
Psychoanalytic Clinic). 

Programs in Nutrition 

The Master of Science program, administered by the Postgraduate Division of the 
Faculty of Medicine, is a twelve-month program that serves as a foundation for students 
who plan to continue for the Doctor of Philosophy degree or to attend a professional 
school in the health sciences. In addition, the master's program is offered to physicians 
and other health specialists who wish to augment their training with a knowledge of 
nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: a bachelor's degree from an accredited college, with a 
strong emphasis on the sciences, including two years of chemistry, one year of biology, 
and a course in elementary biochemistry. The Graduate Record Examination is 
required. 

Under the jurisdiction of the Executive Committee on Graduate Instruction of the 
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, students may follow a program of studies leading 
to the Ph.D. degree. Course work and thesis research in nutritional biochemistry and in 
clinical and public health nutrition are carried out under the guidance of the Doctoral 
Program subcommittee on Nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: successful completion of the Master of Science degree 
program as outlined above, or its equivalent, and demonstrated scholarly ability in 
pursuing advanced studies and research. In addition, students must fulfill the general 
requirements for the degree which govern all Ph.D. candidates in the University. 

A program of postdoctoral training in nutrition is offered for qualified individuals having 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine or the degree of Doctor of Philosophy who intend to 
pursue careers in teaching and research in nutrition. The program includes clinics, 
selected nutrition courses, seminars, and participation in research projects, with a view 
to qualifying the individual for teaching in medical schools or in nutrition departments of 
graduate schools. Specific training is given in the areas of nutrition and development, 
prenatal growth, obesity, endocrinology, and nutrition and metabolism. This program 
has considerable flexibility and is arranged with the individual to suit his or her particular 
goals and needs. 

Inquiries concerning the above programs may be directed to the Office of the Director, 
Institute of Human Nutrition, 701 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Clinical Genetics 

While patient services in genetics are rendered through the existing clinical departments 
of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the teaching, research, and clinical services in 
genetics are coordinated and integrated by the Committee on Clinical Genetic Services, 
under the chairmanship of Dr. Arthur Bloom, Professor of Pediatrics and of Human 
Genetics and Development. The membership of this committee includes physicians and 
scientists from the Department of Human Genetics and Development and from 
numerous other departments of the College. 

The Program in Clinical Genetics, sponsored and directed by the Committee, offers 



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clinical fellowships in genetics and training in the genetic aspects of a wide range of 
medical and surgical specialties. The Program provides postgraduate clinical teaching, 
elective courses for medical students, and regular conferences on clinical genetics. The 
clinical and laboratory facilities of the Presbyterian Hospital, Babies Hospital, and other 
affiliated hospitals are all utilized in the Program, and the research laboratories of the 
Department of Human Genetics and Development actively participate in it. 

Interested applicants should write for further information to the Chairman, 
Committee on Clinical Genetic Services, Department of Human Genetics and 
Development, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 West 
168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry 

The program of study in biophysics and biophysical chemistry, which leads to the award 
of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, is under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School of 
Arts and Sciences. Information about admission and degree requirements and courses of 
instruction is given in the bulletin of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 

University Program of General Education 

The Program of General Education offers a series of courses designed to bring together 
various scholarly and professional disciplines to explore matters of lasting human 
concern and distinct contemporary importance. The Program includes both experi- 
mental and time-tested forms of general education. As an outgrowth of Columbia's long 
experience in this area, the Program is based on the premise that general education can 
parallel disciplinary training in the graduate as well as undergraduate years. The 
Program offers intermediate and advanced courses that supplement such general 
introductions as Contemporary Civilization, Humanities A and B, Oriental Civilizations, 
and Oriental Humanities. 

The Program's courses and seminars are addressed to both the nonspecialist and the 
specialist who is willing to venture beyond the conventional disciplinary boundaries. 
Within the normal limits of appropriate class size, and depending upon the level of the 
course, most courses are open to qualified students from all divisions of the University. 
Students should check with their department or school if there are questions about 
receiving credit toward a major or a degree. 

A complete listing of courses offered under the Program will be published as a 
supplement to the University bulletins in the late summer of 1979. It will include courses 
not otherwise announced in the bulletins. For information, contact the General 
Education Program, 1513 International Affairs Building, Columbia University, New 
York, N.Y. 10027. Telephone: (212) 280-2208. 

During the 1979-1980 academic year, the Health Sciences Division of the University 
will conduct a General Education Seminar on the interdisciplinary analysis and 
explication of value issues in health sciences education, research, and service as related 
to behavior modification, neonatology, reproductive medicine, and other topics. 
Seminars in each of these topics meet in the autumn and spring terms and are open to 
students from any division of the University with permission of a faculty participant. For 
information, call Dr. Arthur Caplan (694-6883) or the General Education Office 
(280-2208). 

Endowed Lectureships and Visiting 
Professorship 

Through the kindness of generous donors, the resources of the Faculty of Medicine 
include several distinguished lectureships and a visiting professorship: 



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The Cartwright Lecture Fund, established under the will of Benjamin Cartwright, made 
possible biennial lectures under the sponsorship of the P&S Alumni Association during 
the period 1881-1912. A new series of Cartwright Lectures was inaugurated under the 
College's auspices in November 1974. 

The Alexander Ming Fisher Lectures were established under the terms of the will of Dr. 
A. M. Fisher's half-brother, E. Douglas Southwick, to make possible lectures on the 
general theme of Death and Dying. 

The Michael Heidelberger Lectures were begun in 1955 to honor the notable 
contributions of Dr. Heidelberger, now Professor Emeritus of Immunochemistry, and to 
stimulate further scientific progress in immunochemistry and related disciplines. 

The David Seegal Lectureship and Visiting Professorship Fund, given by the Alpha 
Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and others, provides for the appointment of a 
visiting professor who is in residence for five days. During this time he or she delivers the 
David Seegal Lecture on Chronic Disease. 

Prizes and Awards 

The Distinguished Service Award of the College of Physicians and Surgeons is given 
annually at Commencement exercises to a member of the faculty for outstanding 
contributions to medicine. 

The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize, the recipient of which traditionally gives a public 
lecture, was established under the will of the late S. Gross Horwitz in honor of his mother 
and is given annually in recognition of outstanding basic research in the fields of biology 
or biochemistry. 

The Joseph Mather Smith Prize is awarded to the graduate of the College whose original 
research in medical subjects is deemed by the Dean's Advisory Committee on Honors 
and Awards to be the most meritorious. 

The Stevens Triennial Prize is awarded to the person, not necessarily a graduate of the 
College, whose original research on any medical subject is deemed by the Dean's 
Advisory Committee on Honors and Awards to be most meritorious. 



Postgraduate Programs 



Opportunities for continuing medical education beyond the M.D. degree are offered at 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons through three major programs: (1) the training of 
specialists by means of hospital residencies; (2) special courses in general medicine and 
in the specialties, for practicing physicians and physicians in training who wish to renew 
and continue their educational experiences in the various fields of medicine; and (3) the 
Doctor of Medical Science Program, for physicians with particular interest and 
competence in research in the basic sciences. Further information about these programs 
may be obtained from the Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. 



Graduate Training of Specialists 

The program offers training opportunities through fellowships at the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons and residencies at affiliated hospitals for holders of the M.D. 
degree. Proper training for specialization includes four major elements. First, it provides 
a comprehensive clinical experience as a resident in a hospital that is equipped and 
staffed to provide graded responsibilities under the supervision of experts in the selected 
specialty. Second, it disciplines the resident in scientific attitudes toward health and 
disease and enriches the clinical experience through advanced training in those medical 
sciences that are largely concerned with the resident's specialty. Third, it enables the 
resident to see and to begin to understand the effect of illness on the individual patient 
and the response of that person to the illness and to the physician. The relationships that 
the resident physician develops with individual patients set the pattern for his or her 
participation in the delivery of health care after the completion of the residency. Finally, 
it gives the student the opportunity, either as a resident or as a fellow, to do basic or 
clinical research. This, in turn, may stimulate the type of creative productivity that may 
earn the student a recommendation for admission to a program leading to the award of 
the Doctor of Medical Science degree. 



Postgraduate Courses for Practicing Physicians and 
Specialists 

A variety of short courses have been organized at hospitals and clinics affiliated with the 
University; they are available at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and at the 
other affiliated hospitals. No University credit or certificates are granted for these 
courses, but continuing medical education credit is granted through the Physicians 
Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. 

Courses for the general practitioner furnish opportunities to keep abreast of new 
knowledge and the latest methods of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention; and to learn 
the indications, limitations, and value of those technical procedures that require the 
attention of a qualified specialist. The instruction consists largely of first-hand clinical 
experience, lectures, demonstrations, and discussion. 

For those already practicing a specialty, advanced instruction is given in the 
therapeutic and diagnostic methods of certain limited fields of practice. Enrollment is 
limited to those who have the preparation necessary to enable them to benefit by the 
advanced instruction. 



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Program for the Doctor of Medical Science Degree 

The University confers the Med.Sc.D. degree upon a few physicians who have 
completed a research project in one of the basic science fields. Only staff members of 
the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center are eligible for this degree. A minimum of 
one year of full-time work in the basic science field is required. Additional requirements 
include completion of a significant and original research project, the passing of a 
comprehensive and an oral examination, and submission of a dissertation. 



Departments of Instruction 



Listed are only those faculty appointments and promotions approved by May 15, 
1979. 

The designation "also" is used with the name of an individual holding a joint 
appointment in two departments. The designation "in" is used when an individual holds 
an appointment in the department where listed, with assignment to the department 
named after the "in." In either case, the name appears in both departmental lists. 

Anatomy 

Professor and Chairman 

Michael D. Gershon B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., 1963 
Professors 

Charles A. Ely. B.A., Washington and Jefferson, 1946; Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1949 
Melvin L. Moss. B.A., New York University, 1942; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946; Ph.D., 

1954 
Charles R. Noback. B.S., Cornell, 1936; M.S., New York University, 1938; Ph.D., 

Minnesota, 1942 
Virginia Tennyson (also Pathology). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 

1956; Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Adjunct Professor 

Manfred Otto Nahmmacher. Ph.D., Giessen (Germany), 1960 
Associate Professors 

Ernest W. April. B.S., Tufts, 1961; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 

Philip W. Brandt. B.A., Swarthmore, 1952; M.S., Pennsylvania, 1957; Ph.D., Colum- 
bia, 1960 

Eladio A. Nunez. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1951; M.S., 1953; Ph.D., New York 
University, 1964 

Karl H. Pfenninger. M.D., Zurich, 1971 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Arline D. Deitch. B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1954 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Richard M. Hoar. B.A., Dartmouth, 1950; Ph.D., Texas, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Richard Ambron. B.S., Villanova, 1965; Ph.D., Temple, 1971 

Halina Den (in Neurology). B.S., Frankfurt, 1949; M.S., New York University, 1954; 

Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Abraham B. Eastwood (in Neurology). B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; 

Ph.D., 1971 
Alan R. Gintzler. B.A., Hunter, 1969; Ph.D., New York University, 1974 
James P. Kelly. B.A., Harpur, 1966; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1971 



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Daniel M. Linkie (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1962; M.S., State University of New York (Albany), 1963; Ph.D., 
Michigan, 1971 

Marie Maylie-Pfenninger. Baccalaureate, Algiers, 1960; L. es Sc, Marseilles, 1963; 
Docteur de Specialite, 1967; Ph.D., 1972 

Ann-Judith Silverman. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1967; Ph.D., 1970 

Elizabeth Thompson. B.A., Radcliffe, 1964; Ph.D., Cornell, 1971 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INSTRUCTOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Julia R. Currie, Ph.D. Sharon C. Colacino, Ph.D. Gladys Pinczuk, Ph.D. 

Cheryl Dreyfus, Ph.D. Diana L. Sherman, B.S. 

Taube Pearl Rothman, 
Ph.D. 

Anesthesiology 

Professor and Chairman 

Henrik H. Bendixen. M.D., Copenhagen, 1951 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Gymnasium (Poland), 

1941; M.D., Geneva, 1957 
Lester C. Mark. M.D., Toronto, 1941 

Gabriel G. Nahas. M.D., Toulouse, 1944; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1953 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Pharmacology). M.B., National Central (Nanking), 1944 

Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Leonard Brand. B.S., Yale, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Edgar C. Hanks. B.A., Gettsyburg, 1943; M.D., Jefferson, 1947 

Jacob S. Israel. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 

Ernest Salanitre. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1936; M.D., Rome, 1942 

Adjunct Professor 

Sidney Spector (also Pharmacology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jeffer- 
son, 1956 

Associate Professors 

Ralph A. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1963 

Allen I. Hyman (also Pediatrics). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical 

College, 1959 
Hisayo O. Morishima. M.D., Toho (Tokyo), 1951; Ph.D., Tokyo, 1959 
Eugene J. Pantuck. B.S., Tufts, 1959; M.D., 1963 
Lubos Triner. M.D., Charles (Prague), 1955; Ph.D., 1961 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Richard S. Matteo. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., State University of New York 
(Upstate), 1955 



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Assistant Professors 

Keith J. Bernstein B.A., New York University, 1968; M.D., State University of New 

York, (Downstate), 1974 
Richard Z.Y. Chen. M.D., National Taiwan, 1966 
Foun-Chung Fan. M.D., Taipei Medical College (Taiwan), 1972 
Arthur Donald Finck. B.S., Lafayette, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
Yakub A. Gangat. B.S., Bombay, 1961; M.D., Gujarat, 1967 
John A. Holzer. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Hoshang Jal Khambatta. M.D., Karachi, 1958 
Vance Lauderdale. B.A., Harvard, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1947 
Norman M. Mazza. B.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1964; M.D., New York 

Medical College, 1972 
Leila M. Pang (also Pediatrics). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1964 
Hilda Pedersen. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1958 
Stanley H. Rosenbaum (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard, 1969; 

M.D., Cornell, 1973 
J. Gilbert Stone. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1964 
Yvonne Vulliemoz. M.S., Lausanne, 1956; Ph.D., Paris, 1969 
Sook Young Woo. B.S., Ewha Women's University (Seoul), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Jen-Tieng Wung. M.D., Taipei Medical College, 1956 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ana Maria Lobo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon Faculty of Medicine, 1967 
Dorothy A. Black. B.A., Rutgers, 1957; M.A. Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1965 
Donald C. Brody. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Boston, 1956 
Kathryn A. W. Cozine. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1961 
Alber Faltas. M.D., Kasr-El-Ainy Medical School (Egypt), 1961 

Carolyn P. Greenberg. B.A., Stanford, 1962; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1966 
John W. Hennessey. B.S., Massachusetts, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1966 
John T. Herbert. B.A., Columbia, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 
Marlise A. Ogilvie-Meier. B.S., Lausanne, 1963; M.D., Zurich, 1969 
Kevin V. Sanborn. B.S., Manhattan, 1969; M.D., New York University, 1973 
Medhat Riad Wassef. M.B., B.Ch., Cairo, 1957 
Gerald S. Weinberger. M.D., New York University, 1948 
Marcelle M. WiUock. B.A., New Rochelle, 1958; M.D., Howard, 1962 
Joseph Chuan-Shih Yang. B.S., Taiwan, 1959; M.D., Medical Academy (Dusseldorf), 
1964 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Salha S. Daniel, Ph.D. anesthesiology Carol Pantuck, B.A. 

Mariagnes Verosky, B.A. In^ Lieberman, M.D. 

Alvin Wald, Ph.D. Richard S. Mega, M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

William F. Karl. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., 1951 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 57 

At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Herbert G. Cave. M.D., Howard, 1947 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Elmer S. Foster. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Brussels, 1959 
Jean B.M. Gilot. B.S., Lycee Jamel (Haiti) 1952; M.D., Medical School of Haiti, 1958 
Archibald K. Hinds. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Montpellier, 

1962 
Gilbert Phanor. B.S., Lycee T. Gilboro, 1953; M.D., Medical School of Haiti, 1960 
William M. Smith, B.A., Michigan, 1954; M.D., Zurich, 1966 
Madisetti Swamy. M.B., B.S., Osmania (India), 1954 
J. Sinclair Trimiar. B.S., Howard, 1960; D.D.S., 1960 
Francis Weekes. B.S., Johnson C. Smith, 1941; D.D.S., Meharry, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Samuel C. Brisbane. B.A., Lincoln, 1937; M.D., Howard, 1949 
Oscar N. Graves. B.A., Lincoln, 1944; M.D., Howard, 1949 

At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Henry A. Connolly, Jr. B.S., Fordham, 1951; M.D., Hamburg, 1955 

Demetrios B. Kalas. M.D., Aristotelian, 1954 

Mary Louise White. B.S., Maryland, 1943; M.D., 1945 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY 
Sami A.M. Abadir, M.D. 
Jane deV. Stark, M.D. 
Carol E. Zimmerman, 
M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Ronald A. Andree. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1955; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1959 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Guglielmina Bettini, M.D. Anselma L. Canlas, M.D. 

Han Chiang Lee, M.D. 
INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY Ignacia U. Ngo, M.D. 

Robert F. Altschuler, M.D. Kristappa Sangavaram, M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Professor 

Louis S. Blancato. M.D., New York Medical College, 1945 



58 ANESTHESIOLOGY • BIOCHEMISTRY 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ennio Gallozzi. M.D., Rome, 1953 

Joseph lacovelli. B.A., Buffalo, 1952; M.D., Bologna, 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Errol N. Harding. B.A., M.D., CM., McGill, 1949 
Aino Tuul. M.D., Tartu (Estonia), 1942 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Hilda H.C. Liu, M.D. Julio M. Garcia-Rodriguez, M.D. 

Alfred T.C. Peng, M.D. Byung Yang Kim, M.D. 

Altagracia H. Polanco, M.D. Zdan J. Korduba, M.D. 

Kyaw Nyunt, M.B., B.S. 



Biochemistry 

Robert Wood Johnson, Jr., Professor and Chairman 

Isidore S. Edelman. B.A., Indiana, 1941; M.D., 1944 
University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director of the Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City 
of New York, 1939; M.S., Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Pathology). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
Reinhold Benesch. B.Sc, Leeds, 1941; M.Sc, 1945; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1950 
Max A. Eisenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1938; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., 

Duke, 1950 
Philip Feigelson. B.S., Queens, 1947; Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1951 

Arthur Karlin (also Neurology). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1962 
Alvin I. Krasna. B.A., Yeshiva, 1950; Ph.D. Columbia, 1955 
Seymour Lieberman (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., 

Illinois, 1937; Ph.D., Stanford, 1941 
Barbara W. Low. B.A., Oxford, 1942; M.A., 1946; D. Phil., 1948 
Maurice M. Rapport (in Psychiatry). B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; 

Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1946 
Parithychery Srinivasan. B.Sc, Madras, 1946; Ph.D. 1953 

Adjunct Professor 

Benno P. Schoenborn. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1958; Ph.D., New South Wales 
(Australia), 1962 

Associate Professors 

Ruth E. Benesch. B.Sc, London, 1946; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1951 
Allen M. Gold. B.A., Chicago, 1950; Ph.D., Harvard, 1955 

Dezider Grunberger (also Public Health). M.Sc, Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; 
Ph.D., Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 1956; ScD., 1968 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

John D. Karkas. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 



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Senior Research Associate 

David Elwyn (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1950 
Assistant Professors 

George Alexander (in Psychiatry). B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 
Irving Goodman (in Surgery). B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 1944 
Ronald L. Hanson. B.A., Minnesota, 1965; Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1970 
Herbert L. Meltzer (in Psychiatry). B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 
James L. Roberts (in International Institute for Study of Human Reproduction). B.S. 

Colorado State, 1973; Ph.D., Oregon, 1977 
Terrone L. Rosenberry (in Neurology). B.A., Oberlin, 1965; Ph.D., Oregon, 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Edith G. Gollub. B.S., Pennsylvania College of Pharmacy and Science, 1945; M.S., 
Pennsylvania, 1956; Ph.D., 1961 



ASSOCIATE 

Carola P. Zimmerman, 
Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Mella Adlersberg, M.S. 
Jean Dayan, Ph.D. 
Martha Redden Kimball, 

Ph.D. 
Irene E. Kochevar, Ph.D. 
Sahebarao Mahadik, 

Ph.D. (in Psychiatry) 
A. S. Perumal, Ph.D. (in 

Psychiatry) 



RESEARCH {continued) 

Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 

(in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology) 
Marsha E. Reichman, 

Ph.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Susanna Yung Kwong, 

M.S. 
Kuo-Peing Liu, M.A. 
Utapalendu S. Maitra, 

Ph.D. 



STAFF {continued) 

Venkitachalem P. Mohan, 

Ph.D. 
Barbara Rayson, Ph.D. 
Michael M. Rosen, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Erwin Chargaff, M.D. 
Zacharias Dische, M.D. (in 

Ophthalmology) 
Karl Meyer, M.D. (in 

Ophthalmology) 
David Nachmansohn, 

M.D. (in Neurology) 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Theodore Peters, Jr. (in Medicine). B.S., Lehigh, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1950 
Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Leonard A. Sauer. M.D., Rochester, 1961; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1966 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
E. Glenn Armstrong, 

Ph.D. 
Muriel Feigelson, Ph.D. 



Dermatology 



Professor and Chairman 

Leonard C. Harber. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1949; M.D., New York University, 1953 



60 DERMATOLOGY 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Dermatology 

Lewis Shapiro (also Pathology). B.A., Duke, 1948; M.D., 1952 

Clinical Professors 

Saul L. Sanders. B.A., Kenyan, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1952 
Dorothy Windhorst . B.A., Chicago, 1 948; M.D., 1 954 

Associate Professors 



Richard L. Edelson. 
Margarita S. Hutner. 



B.A., Hamilton, 1966; M.D., Yale, 1970 
B.A., Puerto Rico, 1936; M.A., Harvard, 1945; Ph.D., 1952 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Jack Eisert. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D., State University of New York, 1956 
James P. Fields (also Pathology). B.S., Texas, 1953; M.S., 1957; M.D., 1958 
David N. Silvers (also Pathology). B.A., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 
Richard A. Walzer. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Alan D. Andrews. B.S., Illinois, 1968; M.D., Virginia, 1972 
Robert B. Armstrong. B.A., Haverford, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 
Maureen B. Poh. B.S., Siena, 1964; M.D., Tennessee, 1967 
Robert R. Walther. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., North Carolina, 1973 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Irving Abrahams. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New 

York, 1954 
Einar A. Juhlin. B.S., Illinois, 1950; M.D., Royal Charles (Sweden), 1957 
Theodore A. Labow. B.S., Miami, 1951; M.D., Tufts, 1955 
Gregory Zalar. B.S., George Washington, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

William G. Atwood, M.D. 
Vincent S. Beltrani, M.D. 
Steven R. Kohn, M.D. 
Jack H. Rozen, M.D. 
Eugene W. Sweeney, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Carole L. Berger, Ed.D. 
Julia M. Einbinder, M.S. 
Maria O. Longas 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Robert P. Feinstein, M.D. 
JeHery S. Kezis, M.D. 
Joseph A. Penner, M.D. 
Joseph S. Shapiro, M.D. 
Harvey I. Weinberg, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Leon K. Demar, M.D. 
Joan P. Noroff, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

Douglas Pravda, M.D. 
Luis A. Suarez, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 

J. Lowry Miller, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Arturo L. Carrion, M.D. 

Angelo A. Lamola, Ph.D. 



At Roosevelt Hospital 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY 
David Sibulkin, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 



Clinical Professor 

Alexander W. Young, Jr. B.S., Maryland, 1944; M.D., 1946 



DERMATOLOGY • HUMAN GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT 61 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Peter C. Lombardo. B.S., Rochester, 1955; M.D., Albany, 1959 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY 

Elaine V. DiGrande, M.D. Stanley J. Lewis, M.D. 

Human Genetics and Development 

Professor and Chairman 

Robert S. Krooth. B.A., Stanford, 1948; Ph.D., London, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1957 
University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director, Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City of 
New York, 1939; M.S. Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St., Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Kimball C. Atwood. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., New York University, 1946 

Arthur Bank (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 1960 

Arthur D. Bloom (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D., New York University, 

1960 
Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (see Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., 

Boston, 1949; M.D. , Tufts, 1955 
Elvin A. Rabat (also Microbiology) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New 

York, 1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 
Paul A. Marks (also Medicine) (Director, Cancer Center). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 

1949 
Orlando J. Miller (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1950 
Richard A. Rifkind (also Medicine) (Co-Director, Cancer Center). B.S., Yale, 1952; 

M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Professor of Mathematical Statistics and Genetics 

Howard Levene (in Biological Sciences and Mathematical Statistics). B.A., New York 
University, 1941; Ph.D., Columbia, 1947 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

John D. Rainer. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.A., 1944; M.D., 1951 
Adjunct Professors 

Sidney Udenfriend. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1948 
Arthur Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1947; Ph.D., Columbia, 

1953 
Herbert Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1953; Ph..D, George 

Washington, 1957 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Dorothy Warburton, B.S., McGill, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 
Adjunct Associate Professor 

Ronald H. Kaback. B.A., Haverford, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 
1962 



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Senior Research Associates 

Harold I. Calvin (in International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduc- 
tion). B.A., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1964 
Donald R. Mills. B.A., Indiana, 1962; M.A., 1964; Ph.D., Illinois, 1968 

Assistant Professors 

Ann S. Henderson. B.S., Winthrop, 1960; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1966 
Fred R. Kramer. B.S., Michigan, 1964; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1969 
Dorothy A. Miller. B.A., Wilson, 1952; Ph.D., Yale, 1957 
Roberta C. Reuben. B.A., Columbia, 1969; Ph.D., 1973 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Mary-Rita Greenwood (in the Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., Vassar, 1968; 
Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1973 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES RESEARCH (conf/nued) STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Ju-Fung Chen, Ph.D. Stephanie Phillips, Ph.D. Wendy Wen-Luan Hsiao, 

Jye-Siung Fang, Ph.D. Francesco Ramirez, Ph.D. M.S. 

Harlow K. Fischman, Ramana V. Tantravahi, 

Ph..D. Ph.D. LECTURER 

Julia B. Jones Ming Tsung Yu, Ph.D. Jerard Hurwitz, Ph.D. 

Donald J. Komma, Ph.D. 
George F. Lam, M.S. 



INSTRUCTOR 
Barry Potvin 



Medicine 

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Acting Chairman 

Thomas Q. Morris. B.A., Notre Dame, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Arthur Bank (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 

Harvard, 1960 
J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Pharmacology). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 
Vincent P. Butler, Jr. B.A., St. Peter's, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Robert E. Canfield. B.S., Lehigh, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1957 
Paul J. Cannon. B.A., Holy Cross, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 

Rose R. Ellison (in the Cancer Center). B.A., Barnard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Andrew G. Frantz. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
DeWitt S. Goodman (Tilden-Weger-Bieler Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 

1955 
Rejane M. Harvey. B.A., Vassar, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
John N. Leob. B.A., Harvard, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Paul A. Marks (Frode Jensen Professor) (also Human Genetics and Develop- 
ment). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1949 
Harold C. Neu (also Pharmacology). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1960 
Hymie L. Nossel. M.B., Ch.D., Cape Town, 1953; Ph.D., Oxon, 1962 
Elliott F. Osserman (American Cancer Society Professor). B.A., Columbia, 1945; 
M.D., 1947 



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Benvenuto Pernis (also Microbiology). M.D., Milan, 1947 

Richard A. Rifkind (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., 

Columbia, 1955 
John V. Taggart (also Physiology). M.D., Southern California, 1940 
Donald F. Tapley. B.S., Acadia, 1948; M.D., Chicago, 1952 
Gerard M. Turino. B.A., Princeton, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
I. Bernard Weinstein (also Public Health). B.S., Wisconsin, 1951; M.D., 1955 
Arthur R. Wertheim. B.A., Dartmouth, 1935; M.D., Jefferson, 1939 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Felix E. Demartini. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1946 

M. Irene Ferrer. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Donald A. Holub. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1952 

Israeli Jaffe. BiS., New York University,/, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Edgar Leifer. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., Columbia, 1939; 

Ph.D., 1941; M.D., 1946 
Robert Palmer. B.A., Oberlin, 1953; M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Professor of Social Medicine 

Robert J. Weiss (also Psychiatry). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 
1951 

Clinical Professors 

Hylan A. Bickerman. B.A., Columbia, 1934; M.D., New York University, 1939 
Stuart W. Cosgriff. B.A., Holy Cross, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 
Kermit L. Pines. B.A., Columbia, 1937; M.D., 1942 
John A. Wood. B.A., Harvard, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Physiology). M.B., Ch.B., Baghdad, 1952 

Leslie Baer. B.A., Wisconsin, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Peter R. B. Caldwell. B.A., Dartmouth, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 

Leonard Chess. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964; M.D., State 

University of New York (Downstate), 1968 
Robert M. Glickman. A.B., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
Ann S. Peterson. B.A., Cornell, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Richard S. Rivlin (Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Michael M. Stewart. A.B., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Harvard, 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Yale Enson. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1953 
Wylie C. Hembree, III (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; 

M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1964 
Albert R. Lamb, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1940 
George W. Melcher, Jr. B.A., Colorado, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 
Jane H. Morse. B.A., Smith, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
Frank R. Smith. B.A., Dartmouth, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Joseph G. Sweeting. B.S., Holy Cross, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1956 
Henry M. Thomas, III. B.A., Haverford, 1950; M.D., 1957 
Robert T. Whitlock. B.A., North Carolina, 1950; M.D., 1957 



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Associate Clinical Professors 

John O. Burris. B.S., Wyoming, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1956 

John R. Edsall. B.A., Cambridge, 1945; M.B., B.Ch., 1948 

Peter A. Gross. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Yale, 1964 

Lionel Grossbard. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

George A. Hyman. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Abbie I. Knowlton. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 

Robert A. Kritzler. B.A., Columbia, 1936; M.D., Cornell, 1940 

William Lovejoy. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

David J. McConnell. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., Yale, 1962 

George H. McCormack, Jr. B.S., Holy Cross, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Jay I. Meltzer. B.A., Princeton, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Richard J. Stock. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 

Earl A. Wheaton, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

Assistant Professors 

Gerald B. Appel. B.A., Cornell, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

John P. Bilezikian. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Conrad B. Blum. B.S., Northwestern, 1969; M.D., 1971 

Thomas A. Brasitus. B.A., Connecticut, 1967; M.D., Jefferson, 1971 

Mary E. Charlson. B.A., Wellesley, 1968; M.D., Yale, 1972 

Esteban Cvitkovic. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1969 

Oliver T. Fein. B.A., Swarthmore, 1962; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1967 

Steven M. Friedman. B.A., Princeton, 1968; M.D., Cornell, 1972 

Glenda J. Garvey. B.A., Wellesley, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Elsa-Grace V. Giardina. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1965 
Peter Green. M.B., B.S., Sydney, 1970 
James P. Halper. A.B., Columbia, 1965; M.D., 1971 
Karen L. Kaplan. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1963; M.D., Ph.D., Chicago, 1969 
Margaret M. Kilcoyne. B.S., Boston, 1958; M.D., Vermont, 1964 
Jeffrey S. Lichtenstein. B.A., Franklin and Marshall, 1969; M.D., Tennessee, 1973 
Hugh Nellans. B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 
Allen Bryant Nichols. B.A., Yale, 1961; M.D., Virginia, 1971 
Martin W. Oster. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 
Constance Park (also Anesthesiology). 

Fred Irwin Polsky. B.A., Texas, 1968; M.A., 1969; M.D., 1973 
Stanley H. Rosenbaum. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard, 1969; M.D., Cornell, 

1973 
Ethel S. Siris. A.B., Radcliffe, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Howard R. Steinberg. A.B., Williams, 1968; M.D., New York University, 1972 
Alan R. Tall. M.B., B.S., Sydney (Australia), 1970 
Francis M. Weld. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

David K. Blood. B.A., Amherst, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Norma M.T.W. Braun. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

John van B. Dean. B.A., Yale, 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Robert H. DeBellis. B.S., Queens, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Ronald E. Drusin. B.S., Union (Schenectady), 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Dorothy Estes. B.C., Wheaton (Massachusetts), 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Kenneth C. Fine. M.D., Catholic (Louvain, Belgium), 1970 

Robert H. Heissenbuttel. B.A., Thiel, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Thomas P. Jacobs. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1968 



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Lynne L. Johnson. B.A., Wellesley, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Oscar Lebwohl. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

William M. Lee. B.A., Amherst, 1963; M.D.. Columbia, 1967 

Robert McConnell. B.A., Hamilton, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Robin O. Motz. A.B., Columbia, 1959; Ph.D., 1965; M.D., 1975 

Hans W. Neuberg. B.A., Wager. 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Carmen Ortiz-Neu. B.A., Wellesley, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Kenneth M. Prager. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1968 

Marshall Primack. B.A., Louisville, 1961; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1965 

James A. Reiffel. B.A., Duke, 1965; M.D.. Columbia, 1969 

Edith B. ReiUy. B.A.. Smith. 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

John L. Roglieri. B.A.. B.S., Lehigh, 1960; M.D., Harvard. 1966 

Martin J. Saltzman. B.A.. Columbia, 1967; M.D.. State University of New York 

(Downstate). 1972 
Harvey A. Schneier. B.A., Columbia, 1963, M.D., 1967 
Peter E. Schrag. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Allan Schwartz. B.S., City College, 1967; M.S.. Harvard. 1968; M.D.. Columbia. 

1974 
Alan H. Seplowitz. 
Melvin B. Weiss. 



B.A.. Columbia, 1968; M.D., 1972 
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
University of New York (Downstate), 1967 
Jack B. Weissman. A.B., New York University, 1966; M.D., Harvard. 1970 
Gail S. Williams. B.A., Wellesley, 1964; M.D., Columbia. 1968 



1962; M.D.. State 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 



Elizabeth R. Prichard. 
1947 



B.A.. Adelphi, 1943; M.S., New York School of Social Work, 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Casco Alston, Jr. B.A.. Pennsylvania, 1936; M.D., Harvard, 1942 

Alfred Becker. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 

Ralph S. Blume. B.A.. Amherst. 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

Michael H. Cohen. B.A.. Johns Hopkins, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Clarence J. D' Alton. B.A., Yale, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Richard B. Duane, Jr. B.A.. Princeton. 1940; M.D.. Columbia. 1943 

Juan G. Edreira. M.D., Havana. 1951 

Daniel L. Larson. M.D., Columbia. 1946 

Michael F. Parry. B.A., Yale, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

Nicholas Rango. B.S., St. Louis, 1966; M.D., Northwestern. 1970 

Jeffrey A. Stein. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1965 

Cornelius J. Tyson. B.A., Princeton, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

John M. Daley, M.D. 
George C. Hennig, M.D. 
Elias M. Kaimakliotis, 

M.D. 
Arnold L. Lisio, M.D. 
Daniel L. Macken, M.D. 
Alan L. Saroff, M.D. 
Arthur L Snyder, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Stephen Birken, M.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Bonnie Bray, M.D. 

Ben Dharmgrongartama, 

Ph.D. 
Kwung-Ping Fu, Ph.D. 
Biswajit Lahiri, Ph.D. 
Chung Y. Liu, Ph.D. 
Frank B. Marxer, M.D. 
Parvin Merryman 
Mohammed M. Osman, 

D.V.M. 
John Owen, M.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

(continued) 

Ildiko Radichevich, Ph.D. 
Robert R. Sciacca, M.S. 
John E. Smith, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Howard J. Barnum, M.D. 
Eli Bauman, M.D. 
Randolph Cole, M.D. 
Ann P. D'Adama, M.D. 
Arthur R. DeSimone, M.D. 



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INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Lonnie B. Hanauer, M.D. 
Ralph Herz, Jr., M.D. 
Constantine P. 

Ladapoulos, M.D. 
David M. McCarthy, M.D. 
Pier Mancusi-Ungaro, 

M.D. 
Juan Oliver, M.D. 
Eduardo R. Pons, Jr., 

M.D. 
John E. Posdey, M.D. 
Jahangir Raafat, M.D. 
William H. Sherman, M.D. 
David B. Sutter, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

James A. Coss, Jr., M.D. 
Marvin E. Cramer, M.D. 
Helen-Ann Garcia, M.D. 
Joseph Heller, M.D. 
John E. McWhorter, M.D. 
Mato L. Marinovich, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

Milovan T. Rakic, M.D. 
Morris R. Rapoport, M.D. 
John M. Rodgers, M.D. 
Richard H. Runser, M.D. 
Arvind Kumar Shah, M.B. 
Jane S. Sillman, M.D. 
Adele Tedeschi, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Margaret Willhite, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Noriaki Adachi, M.D. 
Lieselotte Aron-Hott, 

Ph.D. 
Lee Bennett Berman, 

M.D. 
Deborah L. Brennan, B.S. 
Joseph M. Cerreta, Ph.D. 
Michael Drillings, M.S. 
Sylvia H. Ford, B.S. 
Donald L. Gammon, B.S. 
Masanobu Kawakami, 

M.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Kalliope S. LaGamma, 

B.S. 
John Pinto, Ph.D. 
G. Ranjbar-Omrani, M.D. 
John W. Riley, M.B., B.S. 
Joan L. Sobel, M.S. 
Mingzer Tung, B.S. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Henry Aranow, Jr., M.D. 
Andre P. Cournand, M.D. 
Hamilton Southworth, 

M.D. 
Alfred Steiner, M.D. 

LECTURERS 
Marcia B. Bull, M.D. 
Edward E. Fischel, M.D. 
Robert L. Letcher, M.D. 
Eric S. Lichtenstein, M.D. 
John H. McClement, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Clinical Professor 



Joseph S. Lunn. B.A. 
(Upstate), 1958 



Weslei/an, 1953; M.D., State University of New York 



Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

John S. Davis. B.A., Hamilton, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Walter Franck. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

Herbert J. Marx. B.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 
1960 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Emery C. Herman. B.A., Emory, 1949; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1953 

Gary S. Hoffman. B.A., Harpur, 1964; M.S., Howard. 1967; M.D., Medical College of 

Virginia, 1971 

William H. Mook. B.A., Wesleyan, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Allan G. Ramsay. B.A., Western Ontario, 1947; M.D., 1948 
Robert S. Sioussat. B.A., Wesleyan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

David W. Vaules. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; B.M.S., 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Donald O. Pollock. B.A., Hamilton, 1951; M.D., Harvard, 1955 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Peter L. Arquin, M.D. 
Richard J. Horner, M.D. 
Alan J. Kozak, M.D. 
Don V. Lewis, M.D. 
Carolyn I. Mook, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

David S. Pratt, M.D. 
William H. Ramsey, M.D. 
Richard E. Reese, M.D. 
Dennis A. Savoie, M.D. 
William Streck, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

David S. Svahn, M.D. 
Gary Weaver, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Carole L. Nunamaker, M.D. 



MEDICINE 67 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professors 

John Lindenbaum. B.A.. Cornell. 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1959 
Gerald E. Thomson. B.S., Queens, 1955; M.D., Howard, 1959 

Clinical Professors 

Harold S. Ballard. B.A.. California (Los Angeles), 1948; M.D., Meharry, 1952 
Kenneth Sterling. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D.. Johns Hopkins, 1943 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Charles P. Felton. B.Sc, Xavier. 1949; M.D., Geneva, 1956 
Associate Clinical Professors 

George C. Branche. B.A., Bowdoin, 1944; M.D., Boston, 1948 

John B. Cromie. M.D., Belfast (Northern Ireland), 1949 

William R. Cunnick, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Jeanne A. Smith. B.A., Sarah Lawrence, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 

Charles M. Yergan. B.S., Columbia, 1944; M.D., 1947 

Assistant Professors 



Anne M. Briscoe. M.A., Vassar, 1945; Ph.D., Yale, 1949 
Clayton L. Natta (in Pathology). B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 
1961 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 



1957; M.D., Toronto, 



Mack Bonner, Jr. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Temple, 1965 

Carol H. Bosken. B.A., Oberlin, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 

Jay Brown. B.A., Rutgers, 1964; M.D., New York University, 1968 

Peter C. T. Dickinson. B.S., McGill, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Donald A. Feinfeld. B.A., Rochester, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Marco D. Zarlengo. B.S., Regis. 1965; M.D., Creighton, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Marvin C. Cooper. B.S., Queens, 1960; M.D.. St. Louis, 1965 
Milena L. Lewis. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Richard R. Prouty. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1948 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

John C. DiJohn, M.D. 
Pearl D. Foster, M.D. 
Paul KiUian, M.D. 
Anthony J. Marano, M.D. 
James J. Rafter, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

James T. T. Chien, M.D. 
Bennie W. Chiles, M.D. 
Carl A. Garnier, M.D. 
Major Geer, M.D. 
Ross T. Hamilton, M.D. 
Kenneth J. Herwig, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

James H. Hubert, M.D. 
John P. Jenkins, M.D. 
Thomas J. Mattimore 
Clarence S. Murray, M.D. 
Luigi M.F. Negri, M.D. 
Hazeline M. Nurse, M.D. 
Ruth C. Onukwue, M.D. 
Jon Rothenberg, M.D. 
David G. Savoge, M.D. 
Diane M. Sixsmith, M.D. 
Eric J. Vanderbush, M.D. 
Michael D. Williams, M.D. 
Lewis Z. Wright, Jr., M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Timothy P. BouHard, M.D. 
Aloysius B. Cuyjet, M.D. 
Raynard J. McDonald, 

M.D. 
Douglas Miller, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 

Cecil G. Marquez, M.D. 



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At Overlook Hospital 

Clinical Professors 

Michael Bernstein. M.D., New York Medical College, 1953 

William F. Minogue. B.S., Seton Hall, 1951; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

John J. Gregory. B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1953; M.D., Albany, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professor (Family Practice) 

Donald F. Kent. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1935; M.D., 1940 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine (Family Practice) 

Richard N. Podell. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joel L. Duberstein. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1961 
Robert A. Fuhrman. B.A., Clark, 1962; M.D., Chicago, 1966 
William N. Toth. B.S., Georgetown, 1956; M.D., Hahnemann, 1960 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Stephen J. Fischl, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Donald J. Brock, M.D. 
H. Oliver Brown, Jr., M.D. 
Kopel Burk, M.D. 
Andrew Coronato, Jr., 

M.D. 
H. William Diefendorf, 

M.D. 
Charles E. Dooley, Jr., 

M.D. 
John T. Farry, M.D. 
Robert B. Francis, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Sidney E. Friedman, M.D. 
Samuel M. Gray, M.D. 
Thomas V. Inglesby, M.D. 
Robert P. Margie, M.D. 
Sanford M. Reiss, M.D. 
Melvin Rubinstein, M.D. 
R. Gregory Sachs, M.D. 
Robert R. Springer, M.D. 
Michael J. Tighe, M.D. 
Burton Tucker, M.D. 
William E. Wagner, Jr., 
M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Ian G. Becke, M.D. 
Joseph Belladonna, M.D. 
Charles W. Clarke, M.D. 
Joseph T. Faraldo, M.D. 
Mary T. Herlad, M.D. 
Eugene R. Kelly, M.D. 
Michael B. Kerner, M.D. 
A. Ralph Kristeller, M.D. 
David P. Miller, M.D. 
Lawrence J. Nastro, M.D. 
Steven J. Stanzione, M.D. 
Michael Suhl, M.D. 
Richard M. Weinberg, 
M.D. 



At Roosevelt Hospital 

Professors 

Gerald B. Phillips. B.S., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Harvard, 1952 
Harvey J. Weiss. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Michael H. Grieco. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1957 
A. Gregory Jameson. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Clinical Professor 

Philip H. Hennemann. B.A., Harvard, 1943; M.D., 1946 



MEDICINE 69 



Associate Professor 

William Rosner. B.A., Wisconsin, 1954; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1961 
Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Edward M. Dwyer III. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Arthur Karanas. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1958 
Marianne J. Legato. B.A., Manhattanville, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1962 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Richard P. Ames. B.A., Williams, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 
Albert Attia. B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.D., 1958 

Albert W. Grokoest. B.S., Hamilton, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
Bruce H. Pinkernell. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Henry G. Schaffeld. B.A., Columbia, 1938; M.D., 1941 
Lawrence Scharer. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 
Herman Ziffer. B.A., Brooklyn, 1949; M.D., Chicago, 1953 

Assistant Professor 

Michelle P. Warren (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). A.B., Mount Holyoke, 1961; 
M.D., Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Le Clair Bissell. B.A., Colorado, 1955; M.D., 1958 

Norman A. Cagin. B.S., Rutgers, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Harvey Benovitz. B.A., Washington & Jefferson, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 

Robert Bernot. B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 

Earl B. Brown. B.S., Emory, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Stanley R. Fine. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1957 

James B. Gabriel. B.A., Brown, 1945; M.D., Harvard, 1949 

Oscar R. Garfein. B.A., Columbia, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Henry M. Greenberg. B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1968 

Joseph A. Grossman. B.S., City College of New York, 1953; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1957 
Julian B. Hyman. A.B., Columbia, 1945; M.D., Albany Medical College. 1947 
Donald Kraft. B.S., Michigan, 1966; M.D., Cincinnati, 1970 
David K. Meriney. B.A., Duke, 1956; M.D., 1960 
William M. Nicholas. B.A., Williams, 1950; M.D.. State University of New York 

(Syracuse), 1954 
Myron C. Patterson. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D . 1943 
Robert B. Tator. M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Gerald Weintraub. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., 1954 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES (continued) RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

MEDICINE ^^^^^^ J j^.^^^^,,^ ^^ M. Saeed Khan, Ph.D. 

Kenneth A. Altman, M.D. -^^^^^ ^ j^^^^^ ^ ^ Bruce A. Lages, M.D. 

Wendy A. Aronson, M.D. Thomas M. Nail, M.D. William J. Vicic, M.D. 

Albert Cohen, M.D. , i r\\- u ^>i r^ 

' John Olichney, M.D. 

James Ducey, t u x/i c u INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

M.D.ki,M.D. ^"^^^ S^^^'-'^shaus, medicine 

Robert K. Emy, M.D. ^ , , ,, c. ■ m n Vernon G. Baker, M.D. 

^ Nicholas V. Sterner, M.D. Michael Borecky, M.D. 



70 MEDICINE 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

John Cornwall, M.D. 
Rosina B. Dixon, M.D. 
Jeanne Fastook, M.D. 
Carolyn E. Goodstein, 

M.D. 
Antoine C. Harovas, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Peter L. Hofmann, M.D. 
Martin P.S. Kasofsky, 

M.D. 
Edith J. Langner, M.D. 
David Loft, M.D. 
Loretta McQuillan, M.D. 
Anthony J. Pepe, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 

Thomas D. Robinson, 

M.D. 
Nicholas J. Rummo, 

M.D. 
Alex Sahagian-Edwards, 

M.D. 
Mark V. Sherrid, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professors 

John F. Bertles. B.S.. Yale, 1945; M.D., Harvard, 1952 

Peter R. Holt. B.Sc, Tolington, 1949; M.B.,B.S., London, 1954 

Theodore B. Van Itallie. B.S., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1945 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

A.L. Loomis Bell. B.S., Wesleyan, 1944; M.D., Harvard, 1947 
William S. Clark. B.S., Dayton, M.D., St. Louis, 1938 

Clinical Professor 

Miles J. Schwartz. B.S., Queens, 1947; M.D.. New York University, 1951 
Associate Professors 

Robert B. Case. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Stanley Cortell. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1957; M.D., Tufts, 

1961 
F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer. B.A., Oberlin. 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Harvey G. Kemp. B.A.. Oklahoma, 1955; M.D., Johns Hopkins. 1959 
Richard N. Pierson, Jr. B.A., Princeton. 1951; M.D.. Columbia. 1955 

Associate Clinical Professors 

C. Redington Barrett. B.A.. Yale. 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Jonas M. Goldstone. B.A., Harvard. 1951; M.D., 1955 

Myron C. Wright. B.A., Dartmouth, 1937; M.D., New York University, 1940 

Senior Research Associate 

Beatrice M. Fairchild. B.A., Hunter. 1942; M.A., Bryn Mawr, 1943; Ph.D., 1948 
Assistant Professors 

Richard Collens. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; M.D., New York 

Medical College, 1 966 
Alice Maniatis. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Judith Axelrod. B.S., Wellesley, 1963; M.D., Cornell, 1967 
Robert S. Bernstein. B.A., Columbia, 1961; M.D., Harvard, 1965 



MEDICINE • MICROBIOLOGY 71 



Airlee A.C. Cameron. A.B., Raddiffe, 1957; M.D., CM., McGill, 1961 
Saul Kaplan. B.S., Columbia, 1954; M.D., Tennessee, 1959 
Arthur J. Lennon. A.B., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Seiichi Shimomura. M.D., Okayama (Japan), 1945 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

William J. Athos. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., State University of New York 

(Down state), 1956 
Robert S. Beekman. B.A., Harvard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
Donald P. Dallas. B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., 1954 

George Dermksian. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.A., 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
James A. Feltman. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Zane N. Gaut. B.S., Birmingham Southern, 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
John H. Keating. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1943 

Richard S. McCray. B.A.. Wesleyan, 1954; B.D., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Edward H. Reisner. B.A., Columbia, 1935; M.D., 1939 
Kenneth N. Weinstein. A.B. Vermont, 1955; M.D., New York University, 1959 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE 

Charles G. Adsit, M.D. 

Carlton Boxhill, M.D. 

Jeffrey M. Brensilver, 

M.D. 
Jean B. Case, M.D. 
Paul J. Chrzanowski, M.D. 
Edward W.D. Colt, M.D. 
Marlin Jay Frankel, M.D. 
Francis G. Geer, M.D. 
Richard L. Geltman, M.D. 
Maurice F. Goodbody, 

M.D. 
Barry E. Goozner, M.D. 
William S. Hopewell, M.D. 
Gertrude Scott Lefavour, 

M.D. 
Robert P. Lombardo, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES [continued) 

Allen H. Mogtader, M.D. 
Robert B. Roven, M.D. 
Jean W. Saleh, M.D. 
Eugene Santilli, M.D. 
Thomas T. Tamlyn, M.D. 
William A. Tansey III, 
M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
William N. Poillon, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Samir Alam, M.D. 
Eric Andreae, M.D. 
Cecil B. Broderick, M.D. 
Hugh C. Davidson, M.D. 
Dulaney Glen, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 

Lawson A. Moyer 111, M.D. 
Ernest C. Richards, M.D. 
Harry A. Roselle, M.D. 
Howard N. Schwartz, 
M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Dennis G. Huskins, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Thalia Boussios, Ph.D. 
Katherine P. Porikos, 

Ph.D. 
Jack Wang, M.S. 

LECTURER 

Marcelle Lavau, Ph.D. 



Microbiology 



John E. Borne Professor and Chairman 

Harold S. Ginsberg. B.A., Duke, 1937; M.D., Tulane, 1941 
Professors 

Paul D. EUner (also Pathology). B.S., Long Island, 1940; M.D.. Southern California, 

1952; Ph.D., Maryland, 1956 
Bernard F. Erlanger. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1943; M.A., New York 

University, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1951 
Gabriel S. Godman (also Pathology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Elvin A. Kabat (also Human Genetics) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New 

York, 1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 
Wladyslaw Manski (in Ophthalmology). M. Phil., Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc, Wroclaw, 

1951 



72 MICROBIOLOGY 



Benvenuto Pernis (also Medicine). M.D.. Milan. 1947 

Henry J. Vogel (in Pathology). B.S., London, 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941 



Adjunct Professor 



Louis H. Muschel. 
Ph.D., 1953 



B.S., New York, 1936; A.M., Columbia, 1938; M.S., Yale, 1951; 



Assistant Professors 

Dean L. Engelhardt. B.S.. Amherst, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1967 

Marcia J. Ensinger. B.A., Cornell, 1967; Ph.D. Pennsylvania, 1973 

David H. Figurski. B.S.. Pittsburgh, 1969; Ph.D. Rochester. 1974 

Ramareddy V. Guntaka. B.S., Andhra (India), 1963; M.Sc, Agra (India), 1965; Ph.D., 

Kansas, 1970 
David S. Hodes (also Pediatrics). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Christine A. Milcarek. B.S.. Duquesne, 1968; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1972 
Shcrie L. Morrison. B.A.. Stanford, 1963; Ph.D., 1966 
Saul J. Silverstein. B.S.. Cornell, 1968; Ph.D., Florida, 1971 
Charles S.H. Young. B.A., Oxford, 1966; D. Phil., 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Yvonne A. Lue. Ph.D., Columbia, 1976 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 

Norbert H. Wasserman, 
Eng.Sc.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Louise A. Goode, B.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Sergio Biguzzi, M.D. 
Harriet Castleman, B.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES (continued) 

William L. Cleveland, 

Ph.D. 
Lotte Kuhn 
Ulla Lindholm, Ph.D. 
Judyta Praszkier, Ph.D. 
Prasado Rao, Ph.D. 
Shunji Sugii, Ph.D. 
Giampaolo Tonda 



STAFF ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Albert Ming-Tao Wu, 
Ph.D. 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Charles L. Fox, Jr., M.D. 
Konrad C. Hsu, Ph.D. 
Beatrice C. Seegal, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology 

Angus C. Sampath. D.Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Azra Shahidi. M.S., Wisconsin, 1963; Ph.D., Missouri, 1967 



At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Professor 

George A. Hashim (in Surgery). Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 



NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 73 

Neurological Surgery 

Byron Stookey Professor and Chairman 

Edward B. Schlesinger. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1934; M.D., 1938 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

James W. Correll. B.A., Brown, 1941; M.D., Cornell, 1944 
Edgar M. Housepian. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1953 

Associate Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Peter W. Carmel. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 
James G. McMurtry III. B.A., Rice, 1953; M.D., Baylor, 1957 
W. Jost Michelsen. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Joao Lobo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon, 1968 

Thomas J. Bridges. B.A., Rochester, 1937; M.D., Cornell, 1941 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY Wilson Raddinq Ph D neurological SURGERY 

Ronald Brisman, M.D. George L. Becker, Jr., 

Harvey R. Nova, M.D. M.D. 

Donald Oliver Quest, M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Robert W. Mackie. M.D., Long Island Medical College, 1944 

At Harlem Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Robert W. Schick (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York Medical 
College, 1952 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 
George V. DiGiacinto, 
M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

James E.O. Hughes. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1962 



74 NEUROLOGY 

Neurology 

Henry and Lucy Moses Professor and Chairman 

Lewis P. Rowland. B.S.. Yale, 1945; M.D., 1948 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Darryl C. DeVivo. B.A., Amherst, 1959; M.D., Virginia, 1964 

Salvatore DiMauro. M.D., Padova (Italy). 1963 

Stanley Fahn (H. Houston Merritt Professor). A.B., California (Berkeley), 1955; M.D., 

California (San Francisco), 1958 
Eli S. Goldensohn (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., George Washington, 1937; M.D., 

1940 
Arthur Karlin (also Biochemistry). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D.. Rockefeller. 1962 
Robert E. Lovelace. M.B..B.S.. London, 1953; M.D., 1957 
James H. Schwartz (also Physiology). B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York 

University, 1959; Ph.D. Rockefeller, 1964 

Professor of Microbiology and of Human Genetics and Development 

Elvin A. Kabat. B.S.. College of the City of New York, 1932; M.A.. Columbia. 1934; 
Ph.D., 1937 

Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Abe Chutorian (also Pediatrics). B.A.. Manitoba, 1949; M.A.. 1950; B.S., 1952; M.D., 

1957 
Arnold Gold (also Pediatrics). B.A., Texas. 1947; M.S., Florida. 1949; M.D., 

Lausanne, 1950 
James F. Hammill. B.S.. LaSalle, 1947; M.D. Pennsylvania, 1948 
Niels L. Low (also Pediatrics). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 
Daniel Sciarra. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Professor of Physiology 

John P. Reuben. B.A.. Grinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D.. Florida, 1959 
Associate Professors 

Lucien J. Cote (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S., Vermont, 1951; M.D., 1954 
Claude P.J. Chez (also Physiology). B.Sc. Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
William Allen Hauser (in the Sergievsky Center). A.B., Western Reserve, 1958; M.D.. 

St. Louis, 1962 
Audrey S. Penn. B.A., Swarthmore, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Earl A. Zimmerman. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1959; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1963 

Associate Professors of Clinical Neurology 

M. Richard Koenigsberger (also Pediatrics). B.S.. Stanford, 1955; M.D., Chicago, 

1959 
Naunihal Sachdev Singh. M.B., B.S.. Vikram (India), 1959; M.D.. All India Institute 

(New Delhi), 1962 



NEUROLOGY 75 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Robert E. Barrett. B.S.. William and Mary, 1953; M.D., Medical College of Virginia, 

1957 
Linda D. Lewis. B.S., Bethany, 1961; M.D., West Virginia, 1965 
Joseph L. O'Brien. A.B., Princeton, 1950; M.D.. Cornell, 1950 
Rita G. Rudel (Medical Psychology). B.S., College of the City of New York, 1946; 

M.A., New School for Social Research, 1949; Ph.D.. New York University, 1955 
Margaret Seiden. B.S., M.B., M.D., London. 1949 

Senior Research Associates 

George M. Katz. B.E.E., College of the City of New York. 1942 

Leon T. Kremzner. B.S., Seton Hall, 1949, M.S., Rutgers, 1952; Ph.D., 1955 

Assistant Professors 

Hai Won Chang. Ph.D.. Columbia, 1961 

Arnold Eggers. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 

Eugenia T. Gamboa. B.A., Philippines, 1961; M.D., 1966 

Daniel J. Goldberg (also Pharmacology). Ph.D., Yale, 1974 

William G. Johnson. B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Columbia, 1967 

Masataki Kawai. Ph.D., Princeton, 1971 

James R. Miller. B.A., Amherst, 1960. M.D., New York University, 1964 

Kuldup K. Sachdev. M.B.,B.S., Agre (India), 1957; M.D., Punjab, 1962 

Stephen Shafer (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; 

M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Stuart R. Snider. B.A., Northwestern, 1961; M.D., 1966 
C. Dominique Toran-AIlerand (in International Institute for the Study of Human 

Reproduction). B.A., Smith, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 
Joseph H. Willner. B.A., Hamilton College, 1966; M.D., New York, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Abraham B. Eastwood. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Terrone L. Rosenberry. B.A., Oberlin 1965; Ph.D., Oregon, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Neuropharmacology 

Charles E. Pippenger. B.A., Ball State, 1961; M.A., 1962; Ph.D., Purdue, 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurology 

David J. Adams. B.S., Rochester, 1965; M.D. Columbia, 1969 

Frank K. Boschenstein. B.A.. Toronto, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Robert A. DeNapoli. M.D., Harvard, 1954 

Theodore A. List. B.A., Kalamazoo, 1963; M.D., Michigan, 1967 

Richard Mayeux. B.S., Oklahoma State, 1968; M.D., 1972 

Marcelo Olarte. B.S., Marist Brothers, 1962; M.D., Cuyo, 1970 

Morton Orentlicher. M.S., New York University, 1960; Ph.D., California, (Berkeley), 

1966 
Richard S. Schoenfeldt. B.A., Claremont. 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sidney Starkman. B.A., Brooklyn College, 1966; M.D., Georgetown, 1970 



76 NEUROLOGY 



Assistant Clinical Professor 

Stanley W. Holstein. B.S., George Washington, 1963; M.D., Georgetown, 1967 
Jerome S. Resnick. B.A.. Pennsylvania, 1955; M.D., 1959 
David L. Sagman. A.B., Hamilton 1955; M.D., Virginia, 1959 
Hyman G. Weitzen. B.A., New York University, 1934; M.D., 1938 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Sidney M. Cohen, M.D. 
James F. CuUeton, M.D. 
Sarala A. Devi, M.B.,B.S. 
Robert A. Esser, M.D. 
Michael Fetell, M.D. 
Stanley Lesse, M.D. 
Charles R. Plank, M.D. 
Richard S. Rhee, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Vinayak Damle, Ph.D. 
William D. Niemi, Ph.D. 
A.L.N. Prasad, Ph.D. 
Michael Schonberg, Ph.D. 
Sidney Steinberg, B.A. 
Donald Wood, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Murray Engel, M.D. 
Damon M. Fellman, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Michael L. Gruber, M.D. 
Stanley L. Malkin, M.D. 
Alan F. Pertchik, M.D. 
Fereydoon Roohi, M.D. 
Gerald J. Smallberg, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 

Jean E. Collard, M.A. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Stephen C. Klass, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Leonard Zablow, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Philip Barnett, Ph.D. 
Ernest Bock, M.A. 
Robert N. Cox, Ph.D. 
Halina Den, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Susan L. Hamilton, Ph.D. 
Helga Kutt, M.D. 
Stanley R. Resor, Jr., 

M.D. 
Samuel M. Schacher, 

Ph.D. 
David S. Wise, Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 

Sara Ginsburg, Ph.D. 
Harry Grundfest, Ph.D. 
Richard L. Masland, M.D. 
Carmine T. Vicale, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

David Nachmansohn, 
M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

William Amols. B.A., New York University, 1938; M.D., 1942 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lewis L. Hamilton. B.S., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology 

John CM. Brust, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology 

Alfred C. Bannerman. B.Sc, Edinburgh, 1963; M.B.,Ch.B., 1966 
Edward B. Healton. B.S., Oregon, 1964; M.D., Creighton, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Bertel Bruun. M.D., Copenhagen, 1964 



NEUROLOGY • OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 77 
INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 

Rafael Borras, M.D. 
William P. Duggan, M.D. 
Renee Malouf, M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Neil Lombardi (also Pediatrics). B.A., M.D.. Boston, 1967 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 

Ann Geller, M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Samuel F. Thomas. B.A.. Princeton. 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1940 
Associate Clinical Professor 

Carl W. Braun. B.A., Harvard. 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania. 1962 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Sidney E. Bender. M.D.. Toronto. 1962 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 

Donald G. Rawlinson, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Willard C. Rappleye Professor and Chairman 

Raymond L. Vande Wiele (Director, International Institute for the Study of Human 
Reproduction). M.D.. Louvain, 1947 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Anesthesiology). B.A.. Gymnasium (Poland). 1941; M.D., 

Geneva, 1957 
Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (also Human Genetics). B.A., Boston, 

1949; M.D. , Tufts, 1955 
L. Stanley James (also Pediatrics). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 1948 
Orlando J. Miller (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 

1950 
Allan G. Rosenfield (also Public Health) (Director Center for Population and Family 

Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Professor of Biochemistry 

Seymour Lieberman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., Illinois, 1937; Ph.D.. Stanford, 
1941 



78 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Professor of Reproductive Biochemistry 

Ines Mandl. Ph.D., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1949 
Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Henry Clay Frick II. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

W. Duane Todd. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Associate Professors 

Bruce A. Barron. B.A., Allegheny, 1955; Ph.D., Yale, 1965; M.D., New York 

University, 1971 
Roy H. Petrie. B.S.. Western, 1961; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1965 
Raphael Jewelewicz. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1960 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Michel Ferin. M.D., Louvain, 1964 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Edward T. Bowe. B.S., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Harold E. Fox. M.Sc, Rochester and Oxford, 1972 

Wylie C. Hembree III (also Medicine). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; M.D., Washington (St. 

Louis), 1964 
Gilbert J. Vosburgh. B.A., Princeton, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 
Susan W. Williamson. B.A., Vassar, 1939; M.D., Cornell, 1943 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Solan M. Chao. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Vincent J. Freda. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D.. New York University, 1952 

David B. Moore. B.S., Hamilton, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Raymond U. McCaffrey. B.A., Fordham, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 

Assistant Professors 

Inge Dyrenfurth. B.S., Wilhelm, 1942; M.Sc, Strasbourg, 1944; B.Sc, Heidelberg, 

1947 
Ming-Neng Yeh. M.D., National Taiwan, 1964 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Daniel M. Linkie. Ph.D., Michigan, 1971 

Assistant Professor of Endocrine Biochemistry 

Richard B. Hochberg. Ph.D., Hahnemann, 1967 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Richard U. Levine. B.S., Tufts, 1962; M.D., Cornell, 1966 
Harold Speert. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1935; M.D., 1939 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Dean J. Grandin. B.A., Columbia, 1936; M.D., 1940 
Wolfgang Tretter. M.D., Heidelberg, 1952 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 79 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Landis K. Crockett, M.D. 
Nabil W. Husami, M.D. 
Kevin B. Reilly, M.D. 
Lawrence J. Severino, 
M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Lajos Bandy, M.S. 
Jye-Siung Fang, Ph.D. 
Hosea Fu-Shih Huang 
Stephen Keller, Ph.D. 
Henry R. Rey, M.S. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Isagani Villanueva, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Norman R. Bloch, M.D. 
Steven G. Kaali, M.D. 
Henry A. Sellner, M.D. 
Leonardo J. Yunis, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Margarita H. Hawkins, 
M.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Neil G. Anderson, Ph.D. 
Emily Glazer, M.S. 
Veeramac Prasad, Ph.D. 
Sylvia Rubin, M.Sc. 
Barbara Santee, M.Phil. 

LECTURERS 

Richard A. Bronson, M.D. 
Arnold N. Fenton, M.D. 
John L. Lewis, Jr., M.D. 
Paul S. Metzger, M.D. 
Kevin B. Reilly, M.D. 
David L. Rosenfeld, M.D. 
Anna L. Southam, M.D. 
Christopher Tietze, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Douglas H. Barns. B.S., St. Lawrence, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1954 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Balazs Selendy, M.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Mark E. Heller, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Professor 

James A. Batts. B.A., Temple, 1937; M.D., Howard, 1941 

Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Hiroko T. Felton. M.D., Kansai (Japan), 1955 

Assistant Professor 

Samuel L. Bruce. B.A., Bridgeport, 1965; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Sunthorn Bunyaviroch. B.S., Chulalongkorn (Thailand); M.D., Mahidol (Thailand) 

Young Sook Cho. M.B., Yonsei, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Nomenida A. Lazaro. B.S., Santa Tomas (Philippines), 1960; M.D., 1965 

Meredith F. Sirmans. B.S., Lincoln, 1961; M.D., Meharry, 1965 

Esther S. Suarez. A. A., Santa Tomas (Philippines) 1955; M.D., 1960 

Alfred J. Williams. B.A., Howard, 1960; M.D., Meharry, 1964 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Stephen L. Matseoane. B.S., Fort Hare (South Africa), 1954; M.D., Witwatersrand 
(South Africa), 1959 



80 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Librado M. Bueno, M.D. 
Sitaram Vithal Chitnis, M.D. 
Hasi Das, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 

Jean D. Joseph, M.D. 
Ashalatha Mital, M.B.,B.S. 
Rajasingham Rahulatharan, 
M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Jean Rene, M.D. 

Pisan Unchalipongse, M.D. 

Arundhati H. Vinod, M.D. 



At Roosevelt Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Thomas F. Dillon. M.D., Georgetown, 1947 

Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Abraham Risk. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1957: M.P.H.. Johns Hopkins, 1969 

Associate Clinical Professor 

John F. Dwyer. B.A., Fordham, 1956; M.D.. Cornell, 1960 

Assistant Professor 

Michelle P. Warren (also Medicine). B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1961: M.D., Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Ernst G. Bartsich. M.D., Frankfort, 1962 

Terusada Horiguchi. M. D., Kelo (Tokyo), 1961 

Hamid Mootabar. M.D., Pahlavi (Iran), 1966; M.P.H., Columbia, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Margot Ammann. B.A., Vassar, 1944; M.D., New York Medical College, 1949 
Alexander Coman. M.D., Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1948 
David B. Crawford. B.S., North Carolina, 1943; M.D., New York University. 1946 
Ivan J. Jacobson. B.A., Belgarde (Yugoslavia), 1948; M.D., 1955 
Marcia L. Storch. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1955; M.D., Woman's Medical College of 

Pennsylvania, 1973 
Riley W. Waller. B.S., LeMoyne, 1943; M.D., Howard. 1947 



Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Muriel Feigelson. Ph.D., New York University, 1961 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Meera Prabat, M.B.,B.S. 
George S. Radney, M.D. 
Daniel A. Tsin, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Terry L. Andrews, M.D. 

Frederick Clare, M.D. 

Jaime H. Cremona, M.D. 

Bialines Espinosa, M.D. 

Nargess A. Hakimi-Ford, M.D. Naif K. Basile, M.D. 

Bernardo Handszer, M.D. Charles H. Debrovner, M.D. 

Gary M. Levine, M.D. Michael Harel, M.D. 



LECTURERS 



LECTURERS (continued) 

Roger Hassid, M.D. 
Masood A. Khatamee, M.D. 
Robert M. Podel 
Fouad Surur, M.B.,B.Ch. 
Alvin Wesley 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY • OPTHALMOLOGY 81 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professor 

Robert S. Neuwirth (F. Huntington and Dorothy Babcock Professor). B.S., Yale, 1955; 
M.D., 1958 

Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Harold M. M. Tovell. B.A., Toronto, 1951; M.D., 1945 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Hussein K. Amin. M.B., Ch.B., Alexandria (Egypt), 1955 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Haider H. Shamsi. M.B., B.S., King Edward Medical College (Pakistan). 1965 
Ivan K. Strausz. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Michael R. Cehelsky. M.D., Jan Kazimierz, 1941; Dr. of Med., Ceorg August, 1947 
Ian G. Van Praagh. M.D., Toronto, 1955 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS [continued) 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY HumbertO Portillo, M.D. 

Edison K. Azenha, M.D. Arnold Roufa, M.D. 

Feliope Bozzo, M.D. Istvan P. Tornai, M.D. 

Gerard de Catalogne, M.D. Olwen Joy Wellington, M.D. 

Paul Filipescu, M.D. James T. Yang, M.D. 

John Jakus, M.D. 

E. Nicholas Klein, M.D. ASSISTANT in CLINICAL OBSTETRICS 

Gyula Nemes, M.D. and gynecology 

Adamandia G. Panayotopoulos, M.D. Malca Sane, M.D. 

Ophthalmology 

Edward S. Harkness Professor and Chairman 

Charles J. Campbell. M.D., George Washington, 1948; B.S., Muskingum. 1949; M.S., 
Rochester, 1951; Med. Sc.D., Columbia, 1957 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

Endre A. Balazs (Malcolm P. Aldrich Professor). M.D., Budapest, 1942 
Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

Abraham Spector. Ph.D., New York University, 1957 
Professor of Microbiology 

Wladyslaw Manski. M.Phil., Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc, Wroclaw (Poland), 1951 



82 OPTHALMOLOGY 

Professor of Pharmacology 

Kenneth E. Eakins. Ph.D., London, 1962 
Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Philip Knapp. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 
Clinical Professors 

Robert M. Day. B.A. Wesleyan, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1944 
Ira S. Jones. B.A., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Associate Professor 

Peter Gouras. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Jorge Fischbarg. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago, 1971 

Associate Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Andrew de Roetth, Jr. B.S., Northwestern, 1943; M.D., 1946 
Anthony Donn. B.S., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 
Robert M. Ellsworth. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 
Max Forbes. B.A., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Chicago, 1957 
Takeo Iwamoto. B.S., Nimeji (Japan), 1947; M.D., Tokyo, 1955 
Francis A. L'Esperance, Jr. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Harold F. Spalter. B.A., Brown, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Stephen Trokel. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; M.D., 1959; Med. 
Sci.D., Columbia, 1965 

Associate Professor of Ocular Physiology 

Laszlo Z. Bito. B.A. Bard, 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1963 
Associate Clinical Professors 

William C. Cooper. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
John W. Espy. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
George M. Howard. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Albany, 1959 

Assistant Professor of Biophysical Ophthalmology 

Charles J. Koester. B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1950; Ph.D., Rochester, 
1955 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

James P. Dillon. B.S., Canisious College, 1964; M.S., Columbia, 1973; Ph.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Radiation Biology 

Basil V. Worgul. B.S., Miami, 1969; Ph.D., Vermont, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Myles M. Behrens. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

D. Jackson Coleman. B.S., Union College, 1956; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 

Richard W. Darrell. B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959; Med. Sc.D., Columbia, 1965 



OPTHALMOLOGY 83 



R. Linsy Farris. M.D., Duke, 1961 

Arnold W. Forrest. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., New York University, 1942 

Frank B. Hoefle. B.A., Dartmouth, 1957; M.D., Harvard, 1961 

Frederick Jakobiec (also Surgical Pathology). B.A., Harvard, 1964; M.D., 1968; 

Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sally Moore (Orthoptics). B.S., Delaware, 1952 
Balachandran D. Srinivasan. Ph.D., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1967 
Emil Wirostko. B.S., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1960; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 

1967 



Assistant Clinical Professors 



Hugh M. Moss. 
Ellen F. Regan. 



B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1954 
B.A., Wellesley, 1940; M.D., Yale, 1943 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

William A. James, Jr., 
M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

E. Anita Anderson 
Ethel I. Anderson, Ph.D. 
Gerard Armand, Ph.D. 
John Heng Chen, M.D. 
William H. Garner, Ph.D. 
Prasud S. Kulkarni, Ph.D. 
Lu-Ku-Li, Ph.D. 
Jong J. Lim, Ph.D. 
Frederic L. Lizzi, Eng. 

Sc.D. 
Kasimierz Malinowski, 

Ph.D. 
Victoria Ozanics, M.S. 
Debutta Roy, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

David H. Abramson, M.D. 
Lawrence G. Pape, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Richard D. Banyard, 

M.D. 
Howard M. Eggers, M.D. 
Donald H. Green, M.D. 
Albert J. Hofeldt, M.D. 
Richard G. Lennon, M.D. 
Lance D. Redler, M.D. 
Jaime Santamaria III, 

M.D. 
Jesse L. Sigelman, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Heinz Rosskothen 
Charles Weiss, M.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Roger A. Baroody, B.A. 
Janet L. Denlinger, M.D. 
Helena M. Eakins, 

D.Pharm. 
Mary T. Flood, B.S. 
Louise A. Franzen, B.A. 
Peter V. Pallai, Ph.D. 
Mary E. Smith, B.A. 
Elena Yablonskaya 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
Frank D. Carroll, M.D. 
George R. Merriam, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
IN BIOCHEMISTRY 

Zacharias Dische, M.D. 
Karl Meyer, M.D. 

LECTURER 

Julius A. Vida, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Thomas A. Farrell. B.A., Hamilton, 1957; M.D., McGill, 1961 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Charles B. Deichman, 
M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Herman C. Jordon, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Rajendra K. Bansal, M.B. 

B.S. 
Andrew Goldstein, M.D. 
Antonio M. Gonzalez, 

M.D. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

John p. Mitchell, M.D. 
Luis E. Taboada, M.D. 
Ram P. Tiwari, M.S. 



84 OPTHALMOLOGY • ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

James C. Newton. B.S.. Fordham. 1949: Ph.D.. 1953: M.D.. Jefferson. 1957 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL ASSISTANTS {^continued) ASSISTANTS (continued) 

OPHTHALMOLOGY Bernard J. Fowler, M.D. Morton H. Seelenfreund, 

Louis V. Angioletti, Jr., Dennis D. Freilich, M.D. M.D. 

Richard S. Kochman, Howard K. Weisberg, 

Ulises Arango, M.D. j^ j-, f^ q 

Robert C. DellaRocca, Charles Merker, M.D. 

^■°- Charlermpong Sarakhun, LECTURER 

John Eden, M.D. j^ p Edward L. Raab, M.D. 



Orthopedic Surgery 



Frank Stinchfield Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery and 
Chairman 

Alexander Garcia. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940: M.D.. Long Island 
College of Medicine, 1943 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

C. Andrew L. Bassett. M.D., Columbia, 1948: Med.Sc.D., 1955 
Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Robert E. Carroll. B.A., Yale, 1938: M.D., 1942 

S. Ashby Grantham. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1952: M.D., 1955 
Charles S. Neer II. B.A., Dartmouth, 1939: M.D., Pennsylvania. 1942 
Charles T. Ryder. B.S.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1939: M.D.. Harvard, 
1943 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Austin D. Johnston. B.A.. Columbia, 1945: M.D., 1947 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George B. Ambrose. B.A., Columbia. 1940: M.D., 1943 

Associate Clinical Professors 

David L. Andrews, B.A., Williams, 1952: M.D., Columbia, 1956 
Harold M. Dick. B.A., Princeton, 1956: M.D., New York University, 1960 
NasS. Eftekhar. M.D., Teheran, 1960 

Hugo A. Keim. B.S., St. Mary's (Minnesota), 1956: M.S., Northwestern, 1966: M.D., 
Loyola, 1960 

Senior Research Associate 

Arthur A. Pilla. B.S., St. Joseph's, 1958: M.S., Pennsylvania, 1958: D.Sc, University 
of Paris, 1964 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 85 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Rosamond Kane. M.D., Columbia, 1952 

D. Keith McElroy. M.D., Toronto, 1941 

Robert M. Reiss. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., 1959 

James N. Worcester, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 



John R. Denton. B.S., 
Howard A. Kiernan, Jr. 



West Point, 1960; M.D., Medical College of Alabama, 1967 
B.S.. Holy Cross, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1966 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Peter N. Carbonara, M.D. 
William U. Cavallaro, 

M.D. 
Robert N. Dunn, M.D. 
Merle H. Katzman, M.D. 
Christopher B. Michelson, 

M.D. 
Harvey Orlin, M.D. 
Thomas D. Rodda, M.D. 
Joseph E. Salvatore, M.D. 
E. Baldwin Self, Jr., M.D. 
William A. Sinton, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

L. Arne Skilbred, M.D. 
David M. Smith, M.D. 
Martin L. Sorger, M.D. 
Joel D. Weinstein, M.D. 
Eric K. Zeitzmann, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Harshad R. Chokshi, 

Ph.D. 
Stephen B. Doty, Ph.D. 
Robert W. Pawluck, 

M.B.A. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Louis U. Bigliani, M.D. 
Lawrence A. Lefkowitz, 

M.D. 
Harvey S. Sicherman, 

M.D. 
Ronald Tietjen, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Sharon M. Mitchell, B.S. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Marvin L. Shelton. B.S., Howard, 1951; M.D., 1956 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 
SURGERY 

Aaron M. Gold, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

John B. Nailor, M.D. 

Germukh S. Walha, M.D. (in Surgery) 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Alice L. Garrett. B.S., Washington State, 1944; M.D., Southern California, 1954 
Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George Van B. Cochran. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1956; Med.Sc.D. 
1967 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Edward B. Leahey. B.A., Fordham, 1941; M.D., Georgetown, 1944 
Raphael K. Levine. B.A., Brandeis, 1961; M.D., Jefferson, 1965 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 
SURGERY 

Robert L. S. Boothe, M.D. 
Abraham C. Kovarsky, M.D. 



86 ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY • OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Andrew H. Patterson. M.D., Columbia, 1958 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 

SURGERY SURGERY 

William G. Hamilton, M.D. Luther F. Warren, M.D. 

James C. Parkes II, M.D. 

Joel E. Rothermel, M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Joseph W. Fielding. M.D., Toronto, 1946 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Robert E. Zickel. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D.. 1958 
Assistant Clinical Professors 

Ronald M. Match. B.A., Hofstra, 1953; M.D., Jefferson, 1957 

George L. Unis. B.A., New York University, 1960; M.D., New Jersey College of 
Medicine and Dentistry, 1975 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 
SURGERY 

Richard J. Cea, M.D. 
Sanford A. Ratzan, M.D. 

Otolaryngology 

Professor and Chairman 

Maxwell Abramson. B.A., Wesleyan, 1957; M.D., Union (Albany), 1961 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

Juergen Tonndorf. M.D., Kiel (Germany), 1938; Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1945 
Professors of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Robert M. Hui. B.A., Southern California, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Robin M. Rankow. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1935; D.D.S., Columbia, 
1940; M.D., Rochester, 1950 

Professor of Clinical Audiology and Speech Pathology 

Thomas H. Fay. B.A., Florida, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Illinois, 1958 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 87 



Associate Professor of Auditory Biophysics 

Shyam M. Khanna. B.Sc, Lucknow (India), 1951; D.R.E., St. Xavier College (Bom- 
bay), 1954; Ph.D., City College, 1970 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Lawrence Savetsky. B.A., New York University, 1951; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1955 
Malcolm H. Schvey. B.A., Lehigh, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., Amsterdam, 

1956 

Assistant Professor 

Andrew Blitzer (also Oral Surgery). B.A., Adelphi, 1966; D.D.S., Columbia, 1970; 
M.D., Mt. Sinai School of Medicine (New York), 1973 

Assistant Professor of Biochemical Otolaryngology 

Cheng Chun Huang. B.S., Taiwan, 1963; M.S., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., Iowa, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Frank V. Mignogna. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine 
and Dentistry, 1 965 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Raymond M. Cole. B.S., Ohio State, 1952; M.A., 1953; M.D., Cincinnati, 1957 

Robert C. Eberle. B.S., Northwestern 1951; M.D., 1954 

John D. Piro (Prosthetics). B.A., Fordham, 1943; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Milton Ivker, M.D. Nicholas D. Pontilena, M.D. 

Arthur B. Lacher, M.D. Raymond B. Strauss, M.D. 

Richard S. Mega, M.D. Peter D. Westerhoff, M.D. 

John Palesty, M.D. Carl Wiesenthal, M.D. 

Lawrence J. Pizzo, M.D. Howard D. Zipper, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Errol. A. Thompson. M.B., University College (Dublin), 1936 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Ransford C. Newman. M.B.,B.S., London, 1960; F.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1968 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

John S. Lewis. M.D., Alberta (Canada), 1943 



88 OTOLARYNGOLOGY • PATHOLOGY 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Arshad H. Amjad, M.D. 
Maria Aramburu, M.D. 
Tay Bong Lee, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Stanley Whitfield. Certificate, Harris Academy, Dundee, 1940; M.B., Ch.B., St. 
Andrew's University Medical School, 1946 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Neville W. Carmical, M.D. 
Mauriciu Rodescu, M.D. 



Pathology 



Francis Delafield Professor and Chairman 

Donald W. King. M.D., Syracuse, 1949 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Biochemistry). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 

William A. Blanc. B.A., Geneva, 1940; M.D., 1947; Ph.D.. 1952 

Paul Ellner (also Microbiology). M.S., Southern California, 1952; Ph.D., Maryland, 

1956 
S. Raymond Gambino. B.S., Antioch, 1948; M.D., Rochester, 1952 
Gabriel C. Godman (also Microbiology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 

1944 
Conrad L. Pirani. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D., Rochester, 1958 
Ralph M. Richart. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D. Rochester, 1958 
Virginia Tennyson (also Anatomy). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 

1956; Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Professor of Microbiology 

Henry J. Vogel. BS., London, 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., 1949 

Professors of Neuropathology 

Phillip E. Duffy. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1947 

Leon Roizin (in Psychiatry). B.A., State Lyceum {Bessarabia), 1930; M.D., Royal 
University (Milan), 1 936 

Professor of Surgical Pathology 

Nathan Lane. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1945 



PATHOLOGY 89 



Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Arthur W. Branwood. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1942; M.D., 1948 

Austin D. Johnston (in Orthopedic Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1947 

Lewis Shapiro (also Dermatology). B.A., Duke, 1948; M.D., 1952 

Adjunct Professors 

Robert V. Hutter. B.A., State University of New York (Syracuse), 1950; M.D., 1954; 

M.A., Yale, 1968 
Harry L. loachim. M.D., Bucharest, 1949 
George D. Lumb. M.D., Royal College of Physicians, 1946 
Sidney Pestka. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 

Clinical Professors 

John G. Gorman. M.B., B.S., Melbourne, 1953 
Victor Herbert B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 1952 
Pablo Rubinstein. M.D., Chile, 1962 
Sheldon C. Sommers. M.D., Harvard, 1941 
Bernard M. Wagner. M.S., Hahnemann, 1949 

Clinical Professor of Oral Pathology 

Melvin N. Blake. D.D.S., New York University, 1955 

Associate Professors 

Cecilia M. Fenoglio. B.S., St. Elizabeth, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John J. Fenoglio, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John P. Nicholson (also Pediatrics). B.S., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 
Nicole Suciu-Foca (in Surgery). B.S., Bucharest (Rumania), 1959; M.S., 1960; Ph.D., 
1965 

Associate Professor of Comparative Pathology 

Ross M. Grey. D. V.M., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1945 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

David J. Zegarelli. B.A., Columbia, 1965; D.D.S., 1969 

Associate Professors of Neuropathology 

Lester M. Geller. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.A., Michigan State, 1948; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1953 
Mavis Kaufman (in Psychiatry). M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Richard F. Defendini. B.A., Michigan, 1948; M.A., 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Carmia Borek (in Radiology). B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weitzmann Institute (Israel), 1967 
Arline D. Deitch (in Anatomy). B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 
1954 



90 PATHOLOGY 

Reba A. Goodman. B.A., Indiana, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1952; Ph.D., 1955 

Mary E. King. B.A., Smith, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Myron Tannenbaum (in Urology). B.S., New York University, 1952; M.S., 1955; 

Ph.D., 1957; M.D., Chicago, 1961 
Ruth H. Vogel. Ph.D., New York University, 1958 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric Pathology 

H. Joachim Wigger. M.D., Hamburg, 1954 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Karl Perzin. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 

Marianne Wolff. B.A., Hunter, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ernest Baden. M.A., Sorbonne, 1946; D.D.S., New York University, 1950; M.D., 

Geneva, 1962 
M. Richard Pachter. M.D., Zurich, 1956 
William Pollack. M.S., Rutgers, 1950; Ph.D., 1964 
Robert R. Rickert. B.A., Michigan, 1958; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1962 
Harry H. Stumpf. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1951 
John A. Terzakis. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 
Kaity Yannopoulos. M.D., Greece, 1954 
Frederick T. Zugibe. B.S., St. Francis, 1951; M.S., Chicago, 1959; Ph.D., 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Irwin A. Almenoff. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1948; M.D., Cornell, 1952 

Daniel W. Benninghoff. B.A., Yale, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Donald E. Brown. M.D., Harvard, 1943 

John M. Budinger. B.S., Northwestern, 1950; M.D., 1954 

David N. Silvers (also Dermatology). A.B., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 

Stanley Simbonis. B.S., Yale, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Harold J. Sobel. B.A., Brooklyn, 1950; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1954 

Richard L. Swarm. B.A., Washington {St. Louis), 1949; M.D., 1950 

Assistant Professors 

Larry I. Crawshaw (also Rehabilitation Medicine). 

Seth Goldberg. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966; B.A., California, 

1964; M.D. State University of New York (Downstate), 1970 
Michael N. Koss. B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Stanford, 1970 
Daniel M. Knowles. B.A., Bridgeport, 1969; M.D., Chicago, 1973 
Ricardo Mesa-Tejada. B.S., Manhattan, 1964; M.D., Madrid, 1970 
Armand Miranda. B.S., Columbia, 1969; Ph.D., 1973 
Fred G. Silva II. M.D., Oklahoma, 1972 
David J. Zegarelli (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1965; D.D.S., 

1969 



Assistant Professor of Neuropathology 

Arthur P. Hays. B.A., Dartmouth, 1962; B. Med. Sci., 1963; M.D., Colorado, 1966 



PATHOLOGY 91 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Herbert Harden. B.S., Brooklyn, 1952; M.S., New York University, I960; Ph.D., 
1964 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Thomas A. Blumenfeld. A. A., North Carolina, 1960; M.D., Tennessee, 1964 

Kenneth Button. B.A., Indiana, 1966; M.D., 1970 

Thomas M. Fasy. B.S., St. Joseph's, 1963; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1968 

Robert Galen. B.A., Boston, 1966; M.D., 1970 

Mary M. L. Lee. A.B., Hunter, 1963; M.S., Michigan, 1964; Ph.D., Columbia, 1972 

Gerda Nette. B.S., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., 1973 

Michael Pesce. B.S., St. Johns, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 

Philip Tomashefsy (in Urology). Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Nicholas J. Willson. B.S., Saint Peter's, 1959; M.D., Seton Hall, 1963 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Solange G. Abunassar. M.D., American (Beirut), 1968 

Majid Ali. M.B., B.S., Punjab (India), 1963 

Paul Bachner. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Harry Woodson Carter. M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Larry E. Douglass. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1959; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1960 

Howard B. Goldstein. B.A., Colgate, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 

Arthur I. Hurvitz. D.V.M., Michigan State, 1964; Ph.D., California (Davis), 1967 

Catherine Kambolis. M.D., Athens, 1955 

Paul A. Krieger. B.S., City College, 1967; M.D., New York Medical College, 1971 

Basil Moumgis. M.D., Pittsburgh, 1949 

Robert D. Newman. B.S., California (Los Angeles), 1958; M.D., 1962 

Joseph E. O'Brien. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1961 
Edwarda Rorat. M.D., Stettin (Poland), 1959 
Daniel R. Weiss. B.S., Queens, 1950; M.D., New York Universtiy, 1954 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Giles G. Allard. B.A., Montreal, 1944; M.D., Laval, 1950 

Lucretia Allen. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1952 
Ada B. DeChabon. B.S., Liceo Senoritas (South America), 1949; M.D., Buenos Aires, 

1957 
Stefan E. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., State University of New York 

(Buffalo), 1960 
Hiroshi Nakazawa. M.D., Keio (Tokyo), 1958 

Henry G. Schriever. B.A., Vermont, 1956; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 
Ralph W. Snyder. B.S., McGill, 1951; M.D., 1953 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SPECIAL LECTURERS 

PATHOLOGY PATHOLOGY Lester R. Cahn, D.D.S. 

May Parisien, M.D. Marguerite M. Duby, M.D. David Cowen, M.D. 

Heidrun Zweitnig- Milagros Ona-Sarino, M.D. q Zent Garber, M.D. 

Rotterdam, M.D. Elena Zegarelli-Schmidt, Abner Wolf M D 
Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES LECTURERS 

Mary Parshley, Ph.D. STAFF ASSOCIATES Michael Baden M.D. 

Moshe Rosen, Ph.D. Mary C. Moran, Ph.D. Hyman Donnenfeld, M.D. 

Tuan Due Pham, Ph.D. janjg p. Klavins, M.D. 

David Spain, M.D. 



92 PATHOLOGY 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Clinton Van Z. Hawn. B.A., Williams, 1937; M.D., Harvard, 1941 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Charles A. Ashley. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D., 1947; M.S., Illinois, 1951 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 

Harlan D. Alpern, M.D. Charles A. Ellsworth, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professor 

Jack W. C. Hagstrom. B.A., Amherst, 1955; M.D., Cornell, 1959 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Theophilus Roberts. M.D., Meharry, 1951 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Prem Chauhan. F. Sc. Med., Punjab (India), 1942; M.D., B.S., 1948 
Carlos Navarro. B.S., National University (Mexico), 1947; M.D., 1955 
Angus C. Sampath (in Microbiology). D. Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Clayton L. Natta. B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 1957; M.D., Toronto, 1961 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Mathieu A. Seide. M.D., Port-Au-Prince (Haiti), 1960 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Luritz C. Creque, M.D. 
Louys Thomas, M.D. 
Noel N. Weekes, M.D. 

At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Anthony Marchand. B.A., Connecticut, 1966; M.D., Duke, 1970 

Joel A. Roth. B.A., Brooklyn, 1964; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 
1968 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Frederick van Lente, M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Rudolf Garret. M.D., Poland, 1939 



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Associate Clinical Professors 

John Y. Kiyasu. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1951; Ph.D., 1955 

Louise L. Phillips. B.S., William and Mary, 1934; M.D., Columbia, 1940; Ph.D., 
1950 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Lazarevic Bozidar. M.D., Belgrade, 1956 

John J. Di Re. B.S., McGill, 1953; M.D., George Washington, 1957 
Martin S. Krumerman. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., 1965 
Maria A. Skerlavy. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Vijai Katatikarn, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Robert Pascal. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Stephen F. Ryan. M.D., Colorado, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Artemis D. Nash. B.A., Smith, 1949; M.D. Columbia 1953 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Harold P . Gaetz . B.S., McGill, 1 953; M.D., 1 958 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Petra Elena P. Banogon, M.D. 
Corazon S. Sian, M.D. 
Monica Chao Yang, M.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Deng Fong Liau . M. Sc. , McGill, 1 968; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Derek Englander. M.D., Royal College (London), 1963 



Pediatrics 

Reuben S. Carpentier Professor and Chairman 

Michael Katz (also Public Health). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of 
New York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 



94 PEDIATRICS 



At Presbyterian Hospital 



Professors 

Arthur D. Bloom (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Harvard, 1956; 

M.D., New York University, 1960 
Ralph Dell. B.A., Pomona, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 
Welton M. Gersony. B.A., Syracuse, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 

(Upstate), 1958 
L. Stanley James (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 

1948 
Robert B. Mellins. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1952 
Sergio Piomelli. B.A., Liceo Sannazzaro (Naples), 1948; M.D., Naples, 1954 
Myron Winick (Williams Professor and Director of Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., 
Columbia, 1951; M.S., Illinois, 1952; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1956 
Robert W. Winters. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., Yale, 1952 
James A Wolff. B.A., Harvard, 1935; M.D., New York University, 1940 

Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Abe Chutorian (also Neurology). B.A., Manitoba, 1949; B.S., 1952; M.D., 1957 
Arnold R. Gold (also Neurology). B.A., Texas, 1947; M.S., Florida, 1949; M.D., 

Lausanne, 1950 
Sylvia P. Griffiths. B.A., Hunter, 1944; M.D., Yale, 1948 
Niels L. Low (also Neurology). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

H. Donald Dunton. M.D., Rochester, 1945 

Clinical Professor 

David Shaffer (also Psychiatry). M.D.. London, 1961 

Clinical Professors of Pediatric Psychology 

Edmund W. Gordon. B.S., Howard, 1942; B.D., 1945; M.A., American, 1950; Ed.D., 

Columbia, 1957 
Michael Lewis. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1958; Ph.D., 1962 

Associate Professors 

Jo Anne Brasel (in Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., Colorado, 1956; M.D., 1959 
Nicholas Cunningham (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns 

Hopkins, 1955 
William C. Heird. B.S., Maryville, 1958; M.S. Vanderbilt, 1963; M.D., 1964 
Allen I. Hyman (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical 

College, 1959 
Ehud Krongrad. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1965 
Gilbert W. Mellin. B.S., Bethany, 1945; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 
Akira Morishima. M.D., Keio (Japan), 1954; Ph.D., 1961 
John P. Nicholson (also Pathology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 
Michael R. Rosen (also Pharmacology). B.A., Wesleyan, 1960; M.D., State University 

of New York (Downstate), 1964 



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Pedro Rosso (in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Institute of Human Nutrition). M.D., 

Chile, 1966 
David Rush (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Katherine Sprunt. B.A., Wellesley, 1942; M.D:, Johns Hopkins, 1945 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Russell S. Asnes. B.A., Boston, 1959; M.D., Tufts, 1963 

Jennifer J. Bell. B.A., Swarthmore, 1953; M.D., New York, 1961 

William J. Davis. B.A., Wilkes, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

John M. DriscoU. B.A., Hamilton, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1962 

Susan G. Gordon. B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1946; M.D., Howard, 1950 

Jerry C. Jacobs. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1956 

M. Richard Koenigsberger (also Neurology). B.S., Stanford, 1955; M.D., Chicago, 

1959 
Anthony Mansell. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., Ohio State, 1965 
Jane Pitt. B.A., Radcliffe, 1960; M.D. Harvard, 1964 
Anneliese L. Sitarz. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Carl N. Steeg. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1958; M.D., New York Medical College, 1962 
Dorothy Warburton (in Human Genetics and Development). Ph.D., McGill, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Fred Agre. B.A., Lafayette, 1957; M.D., Duke, 1961 

Robert Appleby. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

William A. Bauman. B.S., Harvard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1947 

Douglas S. Damrosch. B.A., Columbia, 1937; M.D., 1940 

John J. Kangos. B.S., Rutgers, 1945; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1948 

Andrew P. Mezey. B.S., Wisconsin, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 

Jack Shiller. B.A., North Carolina, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Joseph A. Silverman. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Leo F. J. Wilking. B.S., Harvard. 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Assistant Professors 

Thomas Anderson. B.S., Valdosta State, 1966; M.D., Medical College of Georgia, 

1971 
Stephen J. Atwood. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 
Janna C. Collins. B.A., Radcliffe, 1965; M.D., New York University; 1972 
Gabriel G. Haddad. B.S., American (Berirut), 1969; M.D., 1972 
David S. Hodes (also Microbiology). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Allan J. Hordof. B.A., Hobart, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1966 
Adrien Moessinger. M.D., Lausanne, 1971 
Martin A. Nash. B.A., Duke, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Nigel Paneth (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; 

M.D., Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Leila M. Pang (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of 

New York (Down state), 1970 
Tove Rosen. B.A., Rochester, 1961; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1965 
Karl F. Schulze. B.A., Carleton, 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1965 
S. Alex Stalcup. B.A., Whittier College, 1967; M.D., California, 1971 
Raymond I. Stark. B.S, Columbia, 1963; M.D., 1970 
Michael A. Weiner. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1968; M.D., State University of New 

York (Upstate), 1972 



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Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Mihaly Bartolos (in Human Genetics and Development). M.D., Heidelberg, 1960 
Bernard R. Feldman. B.S., William and Mary, 1955; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 

1959 
Charles Feldman. B.A., Columbia, 1966; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1970 
Burton Grebin. B.A., Adelphi, 1962; M.D., New York Medical College, 1966 
Constance J. Hayes. B.S., St. Rose, 1959; M.D., Loyola, 1965 
Donald E. Hutchings (also Psychiatry). B.A., Lake Forest, 1959; M.A., Chicago, 1963; 

Ph.D., 1965 
Celia Ores. M.D., Berne (Switzerland), 1956 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Rose G. Ames. B.A., Barnard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Soja P. Bennett. B.S., Whitworth, 1964; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1968 

Alexander Blum, Jr. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Harvard, 1947 

Frederick M. Bomback. B.A., Brandeis, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1969 
Joseph M. Bordiuk. B.A., Colgate, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 
Matilda B. Brust. B.A., Marietta, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 
Roger Challop. B.S., Brooklyn, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 
Yvonne T. Driscoll. B.A., Trinity, 1958; M.D., Women's Medical College of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1962 
T. Donald Eisenstein. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1952; M.D., Albany Medical College, 

1956 
Margureite J. Gates. B.A., Barnard, 1950; M.D. Columbia, 1954 
Gustave Gavis. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Thurman B. Givan, Jr. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Stephen Glaser. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., New York University, 1964 
Bertram H. Grossman. B.A., North Carolina, 1948; M.D., Georgetown, 1959 
Jeannette J. Jansky. M.S., City College, 1960 
Murray D. Kuhr. B.S., Cincinnati, 1961; M.D., Chicago, 1965 
Betty C.M.L. Kuo. B.A., Vassar, 1959; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1964 
George Lazarus. B.A., Yale, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Dean N. Martin. B.A., Hofstra, 1959; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1963 
Harriet E. McGurk. B.A., Radcliffe, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1973 
Shirley A. Mayer (in Public Health). B.A., Hunter, 1940; M.D., Chicago, 1943 
Daniel J. Melia. B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1949 
Harriette R. Mogul. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1965 
Damyanti Moorjani (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S., Bombay, 1953; M.D., Grant 

(Bombay), 1957 
Gilda Morillo-Cucci. M.D., Phillipines, 1962; M.P.H., Columbia, 1975 
Stanley Morrison. B.A., Temple, 1963; M.D. , George Washington, 1967 
Michael Novogroder. B.S., Brooklyn College, 1965; M.D., State University of New 

York, 1969 
Herbert Poch. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1953 
Morton H. Rachelson. B.A., Syracuse, 1946; M.D., Tulane, 1950 
Margaret M. Rice. B.S., Marymount, 1943; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Roderick C. Richards. B.A., Cornell, 1945; M.D., 1948 
Louis Rodregues. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955; M.D., State University 

of New York (Downstate), 1959 
Albert P. Rosen. B.B., North Carolina, 1939; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 

1943 



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John S. Rosmaita. B.A., St. Peter's, 1953; M.D., State University of New York, 1957 

Edith M. J. Kuo-Ying Shen. M.D., Ludwig-Maximilian (Munich), 1960 

Kung-Tso Sheng. M.D., St. John's (Shanghai), 1954 

Elliot J. Siegel. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1954; M.D., 1968 

Gilbert Simon. B.A., Colgate, 1958; M.D., Rochester, 1962 

William H. Smith. B.A., Rochester, 1941; M.D., 1944 

David Stiles. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Martin B. Vita. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Robert C. Wheeler. B.A., Princeton, 1942; M.D., Columbia, 1945 

William W. Whitten. B.A., Wesleyan, 1945; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 



Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Edwin A. Goldstein. B.A., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Maryann J. Colenda, M.D. 
John L. Costa, M.D. 
Ruth U. Donovan, M.D. 
Martin H. Jacobs, M.D. 
Alan Kanter, M.D. 
Peter F. Migel, M.D. 
Joan A. Regan, M.D. 
Malcolm S. Schwartz, 

M.D. 
Robert M. Schwartz, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
William B. Bell, M.D. 
Grace Leidy, M.D. 
Frank T. Nakamura, B.S. 
Rajasekhar 

Ramakrishnan, Sc.D. 
Gail Wasserman, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Martha L. Amarant, M.D. 
Robert A. Boxer, M.D. 
William J. Chernack, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Agnes D. Dilworth, M.S.S. 
Arlene Falk, M.D. 
Stanley H. Gilbert, Jr., 

M.D. 
Nora Haddad-Farkouh, 

M.D. 
Robert A. Hands, M.D. 
Michael L. Lapkin, M.D. 
William L. Lupatkin, M.D. 
Joan Mathews, M.D. 
Sylvia Morgan, M.D. 
Mary R. Richards, M.D. 
Morton J. Seligman, M.D. 
John G. Slater, M.D. 
D. Loren Southern, M.D. 
Ching-Rong Tsai, M.D. 
David H. Wisotsky, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Alma T. Blitz, M.D. 

Bernard Etra, M.D. 

Mathew Feldman, M.D. 

Laura Diane Popper, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

Rosalinda Rubenstein, 

M.D. 
Susan Skalsky, M.D. 
Samuel T. Wilmit, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Bernadette Fiscina, M.D. 
Mysore R. Gandhi, M.S. 
Richard R. Henrich, B.S. 
Hung-Fai Law, M.S. 
Joel S. Lipset, M.A. 
Arleine Mcllveen, A.A.S. 
Catherine Muttart, M.S. 
Takayuki Nogawa, M.D. 
Emi Okamoto, M.D. 
Mark D. Starr, Ph.D. 
Phyllis Taterka, M.S. 
Christine L. Zucker, M.S. 

LECTURERS 

Albert Aharon, M.D. 
Armond V. Mascia, M.D. 
Herbert Rosenkrantz, 
Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Eugene L. Klenk. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D. Temple, 1962 



Assistant Clinical Professor 

Joe H. Cannon. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1942; M.D., 1945 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 
Allan S. Cunningham, M.D. 
John G. Freehafer, M.D. 



98 PEDIATRICS 



At Harlem Hospital 



Professor 

Erich J. Kahn. M.B., B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1940 

Associate Professor 

Margaret Heagerty. B.A., Seton Hill, 1957; B.S., West Virginia, 1959; M.D., Pennsyl- 
vania, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Wiener Leblanc. B.S., Haiti, 1950; M.D., 1956 

Gene-Ann Polk. B.A., Oberlin, 1948; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1952; M. P. H., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Professor 

Barbara C. Dangman. B.S., Bucknell, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1972 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Araceli R. Ancajas. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1961 

Josephine Kerr. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., New York University, 1951 

Yusuf M. Khakoo. M.B., B.S., Bombay, 1962 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Lucille C. Gunning. B.A., New York University, 1945; M.D., Women's Medical 
College of Pennsylvania, 1949 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 

Viruppamattam Augustin, M.B., B.S. Myrna T. Aquino, M.D. 

Serge Fenelon, M.D. Kuang-Chung Hu Chien, M.D. 

Delore J. Gayle-Thompson, M.D. 
Vincent E. Hutchinson, M.B., B.S. 
Marguerita A. Silvera, M.D. 
Claudina Y. Wallace, M.D. 

At Overlook Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Solomon J. Cohen. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1951 
Gloria Schrager. B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1948 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joseph I. Boylan. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Yale, 1955 

Frederick C. Braun, Jr. B.S., Georgetown, 1951; M.D., Jefferson, 1955 

Burton M. Feinsmith. B.S., Arkansas, 1949; M.S., Florida, 1951; M.D., Berne, 1961 

George M. Gill. B.S., Dickinson, 1954; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1958 

Benjamin H. Josephson. B.S., North Carolina, 1949; M.D., New York Medical 

College, 1952 
Joseph Kalbacher. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Cornell, 1946 



PEDIATRICS 99 



John H. Krikorian, B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1963 

Carolkay Lissenden. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Woman's Medical College of 

Philadelphia, 1964 
Lewis I. Sank. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1957; M.D., 1961 
Frederic A. Schulaner. B.S., Tufts, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Margaret E. Symonds. M.B., London, 1941; B.S., 1945 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Arnold N. Constad, M.D. 

Paul A. Kearney, M.D. 

Barry Lauton, M.D. 

Wayne D. Stettler, M.D. 

Charles B. Terhune, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Paul Avondoglio, M.D. 

Frank P. Frenda, M.D. 

Carl H. Herman, M.D. 

Victor S. Lamberto, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Vinnakota V. P. Rao, M.D. 
Dudley A. Roberts, M.D. 
James Sorger, M.D. 



At Roosevelt Hospital 

Professor of Pediatrics 

Louis Z. Cooper. B.S., Yale, 1954; M.D., 1957 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Phillip R. Ziring. B.A., New York University, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Assistant Professors 

Elena B. Klein. M.D., State Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1953; 
Ph.D., Institute of Microbiology (Rumania), 1972 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatric Psychology 

Madeline W. Appell. B.A., Queens, 1962; M.A., 1963 

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. B.A., Connecticut College, 1969; Ed.M., Harvard, 1970; Ph.D., 

Pennsylvania, 1975 
Nathan A. Fox. B.A., Williams, 1970; Ph.D., Harvard, 1975 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Anastasios Anastasiades. M.D., Athens, 1950 

Herbert I. Cohen. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

Gisela T. Dalrymple. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1951 

Joan M. Flanigan. B.A., Case Western Reserve, 1962; M.D., 1966 

Erwin Friedman (Pediatric Psychology). Ph.D., Peter (Budapest), 1949 

Harry Kimmel. B.A., St. Andrews (Bucharest), 1940; M.D., Bucharest, 1949 

Neil Lombardi (also Neurology). B.A., M.D., Boston, 1967 

Lucie Rudd . B.S., Paris, 1 933; M.D., 1 940 

Marianne Schwob. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 

Sayenna A. Uduman. D.M.E.S., Kilpauk (India), 1963; M.D., Madras, 1966 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 

Robert Antar, M.D. 

William R. Brown, M.D. 

Martha F. Davison, M.D. 

Rita H. Fischer, M.D. 

Renata Frenkel, M.D. 

Rodney L. Hite, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Joseph Holahan, M.D. 
Nancy Holahan, M.D. 
Flora Ramirez, M.D. 
Melanie Rivenzon, M.D. 
Nathan E. Saint-Amand, M.D. 



100 PEDIATRICS • PHARMACOLOGY 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Doris L. Wethers. B.S., Queens, 1948; M.D., Yale, 1952 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Dennis Allendorf. B.S., Georgetown, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 1970 
Zachary Finkelberg. B.S., Queens, 1962; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate) , 1966 
Fadel M. Hochroth. B.A., Louisville, 1953; M.D., 1957 
William Kaloss. M.D., State University of New York, 1954 
Catherine Lodyjensky. M.D., Montreal, 1943 

Rogelio F. Lucas. A. A., University of the East (Manila), 1956; M.D., 1961 
Antony F. Michel. M.D., Faculte de Medecine (Haiti), 1955 
Mona Milstein. B.A., State University of New York (Binghamton), 1965; M.D., State 

University of New York (Buffalo), 1969 
Irwin J. Polk. B.S., Rutgers, 1949; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1953 
Farrokh Shahrivar. M.D., Tehran, 1966 
Lucy H. Swift. B.A., Barnard, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Phienvit Tantibhedhyangkul. M.D., Mahido (Thailand), 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Ranjeet G. Virdi. M.B., B.S., Christian Medical (India), 1960 
Elizabeth B. Watkins. B.A., Randolph-Macon, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Joseph A. Cannaliato, 

M.D. 
Diane Hochlerin, M.D. 
Richard L. Mones, M.D. 
Edward A. Nichols, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Shantha Subramaniam, 

M.D. 
Thelma Verano-Santiago, 

M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Ricarda Baum, M.D. 

Morel Duverseau, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 

Ruth E. Kessler, M.D. 
Rekha Kirtane, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Thomas H. Hyatt, Jr., 
M.D. 



Pharmacology 



David Hosack Professor and Chairman 

Brian F. Hoffman. A. A., Princeton, 1943; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 
1947 

Professors 

J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Medicine). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 
Kenneth E. Eakins (in Ophthalmology). Ph.D., London, 1962 
Frederick G. Hofmann. B.A., Michigan, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1952 
Harold C. Neu (also Medicine). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1960 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Anesthesiology). M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1944 
Wilbur H. Sawyer (Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1942; 
M.D., 1945; Ph.D., 1950 



Adjunct Professors 

Paul F. Cranefield. Ph.B., Wisconsin, 1946; Ph.D., 
Jurg Schneider. M.D., Basle (Switzerland), 1945 



1951; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1964 



PHARMACOLOGY • PHYSIOLOGY 101 



Sidney Spector (also Anesthesiology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jeffer- 
son, 1956 

Robert M. Weiss. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1957; M.D., State University of New 
York (Downstate), 1960 

Associate Professors 

Norman Kahn (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1954; D.D.S., 1958; 

Ph.D., 1964 
Michael R. Rosen (also Pediatrics). B.A., Wesleyan, 1960; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1964 
Hsueh-Hwa Wang. M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1946 
Andrew L. Wit. B.S., Bates, 1963; Ph.D., Columbia, 1968 



Adjunct Associate Professors 

Marvin R. Blumenthal. B.S., Michigan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 
Martin M. Winbury. B.S., Long Island, 1940, M.S., Maryland, 1942; Ph.D., New York 
University, 1954 

Senior Research Associate 

Lance L. Simpson. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., California, 1969 

Assistant Professors 

Peter Danilo, Jr. Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 

Daniel J. Goldberg. Ph.D., Yale, 1974 

Jaya Haldar. M.Sc, Calcutta, 1961; Ph.D., London, 1966 

Douglas N. Ishii (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 

Lou Katz (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 

Richard B. Robinson. Ph.D., Illinois, 1975 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Edward B. Kirsten. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1962; M.S., New York University, 

1966; Ph.D., City College, 1969 
Lawrence Tilley. D.V.M., Iowa State, 1969 



ASSOCIATE IN 
PHARMACOLOGY 

Steven L. Roffman, Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Samuel M. Ross, B.E.E. 
(Electrical Engineering) 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Gloria Semente, M.S. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Kenneth Dangman, Ph.D. 
Robert J. Hariman, M.D. 
Yat Hong Lau, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Robert E. Naylor, M.D. 
Robert P. Reder, M.D. 
William J. Untereker, 

M.D. 
Christine A. Walsh, M.D. 



Physiology 



John C. Dalton Professor and Chairman 

John V. Taggart (also Medicine). M.D., Southern California, 1940 

Professors 

Shu Chien. M.B., National Taiwan, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957 
Eric R. Kandel (also Psychiatry). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., New York University, 
1956 



102 PHYSIOLOGY • PSYCHIATRY 

Irving Kupferman (also Psychiatry). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 

William L. Nastuk. B.S., Rutgers, 1939; Ph.D., 1945 

Mero Nocenti. B.A., West Virginia, 1951; M.S., 1952; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1955 

John P. Reuben (in Neurology). B.A., Crinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D., 

Florida, 1959 
David Schachter. B.S., New York University, 1946; M.D., 1949 

James H. Schwartz (also Neurology). B.S., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York Universi- 
ty, 1959; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1964 



Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Medicine). M.B., Ch.B, Baghdad, 1962 

Martin Blank. B.S., College oi the City of New York, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957; 

Ph.D., Cambridge, 1959 
Louis J. Cizek. B.S., Fordham, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 
Raimond Emmers. B.A., East Texas Baptist, 1953; M.A., North Carolina, 1955; 

Ph.D., Syracuse, 1958 
Michel Ferin (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Louvain, 1964 
Jorge Fischbarg (in Ophthalmology); M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago, 

1971 
Claude P. J. Ghez (also Neurology). B. Sc, Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 



Senior Research Associate 



Shunichi Usami. 
1957 



M.B., Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine (Japan), 1940; Ph.D., 



Assistant Professors 

Kung-Ming Jan. M.B., National Taiwan, 1967; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
John D. Koester. B.A., Wooster (Ohio), 1965; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Hugh Nellans (in Medicine). B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 
Elizabeth B. Thompson (also Anatomy). B.A., Radcliffe, 1964; Ph.D., Cornell, 1971 



Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Ellen Batt. M.A., Columbia, 1959; Ph.D., 1967 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Richard E. Abbott, Ph.D. 
Jack T. Alexander, B.S. 
Ernest Amatniek 
Szloma Kowarski, M.A. 
Herbert H. Lipowsky, 
Ph.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Mary Chou Chen, M.S. 
Geert W. Schmid- 
Schonbein, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Craig H. Bailey, Ph.D. 
Robert G. King, B.Sc. 
Ludmiela Shkolnik, Ph.D. 
Lily M. Soo, Ph.D. 



Psychiatry 



Laurence Kolb Professor and Chairman 

Edward J. Sachar. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1956 



PSYCHIATRY 103 



At New York State Psychiatric Institute 

Professors 

Jerome H. Jaffe. B.A., Temple, 1954; M.A., 1956; M.D., 1958 

Eric R. Kandel (also Physiology). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., New York University, 

1956 
Donald F. Klein. B.A., Colby, 1947; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Irving Kupferman (also Physiology). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 
Robert L. Spitzer. B.A., Cornell, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 
Robert J. Weiss (also Medicine). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 

1951 

Professor of Biochemistry 

Maurice M. Rapport. B.S., City College of New York, 1940; Ph.D., California Institute 
of Technology, 1 946 

Professors of Medical Psychology 

Samuel Sutton. Ph.D., Chicago, 1955 
William N. Thetford. Ph.D., Chicago, 1949 

Professor of Neuropathology 

Leon Roizin. B.A., State Lyceum (Bessarabia), 1930; M.D., Royal University (Milan), 
1936 



Professor of Social Sciences 

Bruce Dohrenwend (also Public Health). B.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Cornell, 1955 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Gene G. Abel. M.D., Iowa, 1965 

H. Donald Dunton (in Pediatrics). M.D., Rochester, 1945 

L. Erlenmeyer-Kimling. B.S., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

Ronald R. Fieve. B.A., Wisconsin, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1955 

Archie R. Foley (in Public Health). B.A., Queens (Canada), 1943; M.D., CM., 1947; 

M.S., Columbia, 1962 
Lothar Gidro-Frank. M.D., Columbia, 1948 

Murray Glusman. B.S., New York University, 1934; M.D., 1938 
Joseph Jaffe. B.A., Columbia, 1944; M.D., New York University, 1947 
Aaron Karush. M.D., Boston, 1935 

Donald S. Kornfeld. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1950; M.D., Yale, 1954 
Sidney Malitz. B.S., Tulane, 1943; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1946 
John D. Rainer (in Human Genetics). M.D., Columbia, 1951 
James H. Ryan. B.A., Yale, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner (in Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 



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Clinical Professors 

Willard Gaylin. B.A., Harvard, 1947; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1951 

William Goldfarb (at Henry Ittleson Center for Child Psychiatry). B.A., Brooklyn 

College, 1933; M.S., City College of New York, 1934; Ph.D., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 

Cornell, 1950 
Roger MacKinnon. M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Lionel Ovesey. B.A., California (San Francisco), 1937; M.D., 1941 
Marvin E. Perkins. B.A., Albion, 1942; Harvard, 1946; M.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 

1956 
David Shaffer (also Pediatrics). M.D., London, 1961 
Herbert Spiegel. B.S., Maryland, 1936; M.D., 1939 
John Weber. B.A., Duke, 1939; M.D., Yale, 1943 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

Austin H. Kutscher. B.A., New York University, 1945; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 

Associate Professor of Medical Psychology 

Jacques Rutschmann. D. Sc, Geneva, 1956 

Associate Professor of Neuropathology 

Mavis Kaufman. M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Public Health (Sociomedical Sciences) 

Denise Kandel. Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurobiology and Behavior 

Vincent F. Castellucci. B.A., Laval, 1960; B.Sc, 1964; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 
1968 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurochemistry 

Hadassah Tamir. M.S., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1955; Ph.D., Israel Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1959 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Liselotte Graf. M.D., Vienna, 1937 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Ruth Bennett. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

David L. Dunner. A. A., George Washington, 1960; M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 

1965 
Alexander H. Glassman. B.A., University of Illinois, 1956; M.D., 1958 
Barry J. Gurland. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1955 
Jerrold S. Maxmen. B.A., Wayne State, 1963; M.D., 1967 
Frederic M. Quitkin. B.A., Princeton, 1958; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1962 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychology 

W. Crawford Clark. Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Anke Ehrhardt. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1969 



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Jean Endicott. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Rachel Gittelman-Klein. B.A., City College of New York, 1957; Ph.D., Columbia, 
1966 

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychopharmacology 

James M. Perel. Ph.D., New York University, 1964 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Paul A. Bradlow. M.D., Hahnemann, 1946 

Richard G. Druss. B.A., Yale, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Richard A. Gardner. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1956 

Rodman Gilder, Jr. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Stanley Heller. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Herbert Hendin. M.D., New York University, 1949 

Winslow R. Hunt. B.A., Chicago, 1946; M.A., 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Alexander N. Levay. M.D., Rochester, 1957 

Robert S. Liebert. B.S., Syracuse, 1951; M.A., Clark, 1956; M.D., New York 
University, 1960 

Joseph Lubart. M.D., New York Medical College, 1943 

Mary C. MacKay. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1959 

Donald I. Meyers. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1946; M.D., Jefferson, 1950 

Helen C. Meyers. B.A., Hunter, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 

John F. O'Connor. B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York, 1952 

Ethel Person. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 

Seymour Post. M.D., New York University, 1947 

Arthur Rifkin. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1961 

Daniel Shapiro. M.D., Illinois, 1945 

Leonard M. Sheehy. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., McGill, 1968 

Ralph N. Wharton. M.D., Columbia, 1957 

Associate Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

Kenneth Frank. M.S., Columbia, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 

Kitty LaPerriere. M.S., Yale, 1953; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1962 

Heino F.L. Meyer-Bahlburg. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1970 

Associate Clinical Professors of Psychiatric Social Work 

Bluma Swerdloff . D.S.W., Columbia, 1960 
Winifred Winikus. M.S., Columbia, 1949 

Assistant Professors of Biochemistry 

George Alexander. B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 
Herbert L. Meltzer. B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 

Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology 

Thomas J. Carew. M.A., California (Riverside), 1967; Ph.D., 1970 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Miron Baron. M.D., Tel Aviv, 1972 

Jerry Finkel. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

David V. Forrest. B.A., Princeton, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 



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Laurence L. Greenhill. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967 
Kenneth Greenspan. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1963 
Stanley S. Heller. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Shepard J. Kantor. B.A., Colby, 1965; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1969 
Uriel Halbreich. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1961 
Frederick Kass. B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
Julian Mendlewicz. M.D., Free University of Brussels, 1966; Ph.D., Columbia, 1973 
Joaquim Puig-Antich. B.A., LaSalle Bonanova (Spain), 1960; M.D., Barcelona 

(Spain), 1967 
Lawrence Sharpe. D.P.M., London, 1961 

Samuel G. Siris. B.A., Lehigh, 1966; M.S., 1970; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Manuel Trujillo. B.S.C., Seville (Spain), 1962; M.D., 1966 
Stuart C. Yudofsky. B.A., New York University, 1966; M.D., Baylor, 1970 
Philip Zeidenburg. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Judith V. Becker. M.S., Eastern Washington State, 1968; Ph.D., Southern Mississippi, 
1975 

Miriam Cohen. B.A., Michigan, 1961; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 

Donald J. Dillon. Ph.D. Fordham, 1955 

Kenneth A. Frank. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Donald E. Hutchings (also Pediatrics). Ph.D., Columbia, 1965 

Maureen Kanzler. B.A., Hunter, 1938; M.A., New York University, 1940; M.S., 
Hunter, 1959; Ph.D., Fordham, 1967 

Dennis D. Kelly. Ph.D., Columbia, 1966 

Dolores Kreisman. B.A., Barnard, 1953; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 

Cornelis Stokman. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Klaudiusz Weiss. M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State University of New York (Stony- 
brook), 1973 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Social Sciences 

Alexander Askenazy. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

Muriel Hammer. Ph.D., Columbia, 1961 

Carol X. Schwartz. B.S., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., Yale, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 

Nettie Terestman. M.S. W., Columbia, 1940; D.S. W., 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Morton J. Aronson. B.A., Temple, 1944; M.D., 1947 
Gregory Asnis. B.A., Dickinson, 1968; M.D., Hahnemann, 1972 
Athanasia Balkoura. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Amiram Barkai. M.Sc, Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1963; Ph.D., 1970 
Leah Beck. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1943 
Christian C. Beels. B.A., Rochester, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1963 
Anne E. Bernstein. B.A., Barnard, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
John P. Briggs. B.A., Indiana State, 1943; M.D., Wayne State, 1948 
Paul F. Califano. B.A., Adelphi, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1954 
Robert J. Campbell. M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Max P. Cohen. M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Louise Coleman. M.D., Southern California, 1948 



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DeWitt L. Crandell. 
Zira De Fries. M.D., 
Tibor Farkas. M.D., 
Stephen K. Firestein. 
Eugene A. Friedberg. 
Myron R. Gershberg. 



M.D., Arkansas, 1955 
New York Medical College, 1942 
Budapest, 1956 
B.A., Columbia, 1947; M.D., 1951 
M.D., Buffalo, 1958 

B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.A., 1956; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 
Richard J. Glavin. B.A., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Rochester, 1955 
Robert Click. B.A., Yale, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Edwin Goldstein (in Pediatrics). B.A., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 
Jerome D. Goodman. M.D., Pennsylvania, 1959 
Gary J. Grad. B.A., Illinois, 1969; M.D., 1965 
David Jaffe. M.D., Jefferson, 1950 

Frank S. Jewett. B.A., Yale, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
Peter Laderman. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; M.D., New York 

Medical College; 1947 
Frederick Lane. B.A., Cornell, 1949; M.D., Yale, 1953 
Norman D. Lazar. M.D., Louisville, 1948 
Burton Lerner. B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Frederick Mendelsohn. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Stanford, 1958 
Ruth Moulton. M.D., Chicago, 1939 
Robert S. Mumford. M.D., McGill, 1943 
Robert P. Parkin. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1950 
David Peretz. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1954; M.A., Columbia, 1955; 

M.D., New York University, 1959 
Alvin Polatin. M.D., Columbia, 1948 

M.D., New York University, 1950 

B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., State University of New York 



New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 



Kathryn F. Prescott. 
Edward M. Shelley. 

(Downstate), 1964 
Charles Siegal. B.A. 

(Downstate), 1958 
Jerome Steiner. B.A., Chicago, 1949; M.A., 1951; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1962 
Gloria M. Warner. M.D., New York, 1959 
Martin Weiler. B.A., Syracuse, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Chicago Medical 

School, 1954 
Josef H. Weissberg. M.S., Albany Medical College, 1952 
George H. Wilkie. M.D., Harvard, 1957 
Daniel T. Williams. B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Cornell, 1969 



Assistant Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

Irwin Mansdorf. M.A., Adelphi, 1973; Ph.D., 1976 

Letty Munz. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., College of the City of New York, 
1952; Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Syed Abdullah, M.D. 
Harry D. Albert, M.D. 
Michael S. Aronoff, M.D. 
John Atchley, M.D. 
Burton August, M.D. 
Stephen Bennett, M.D. 
Aurelio Buonanno, M.D. 
John Cedarquist, M.D. 
Harvey R. Chertoff, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Stanley Coen, M.D. 
Richard S. Deucher, M.D. 
Leonard Diamond, M.D. 
Robert M. Elvolve, M.D. 
Gerald L Fogel, M.D. 
Bruce Forester, M.D. 
Eugene Forster, M.D. 
Sidney S. Furst, M.D. 
Lee R. Gardner, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Louis J. Gilbert, M.D. 
Alvin J. Click, M.D. 
Ivan Goldberg, M.D. 
Sidney Goldensohn, M.D. 
Gurston Goldin, M.D. 
Charles Goodstein, M.D. 
Fiona Graham, M.D. 
Fred I. Hahn, M.D. 
Gregory Heimarck, M.D. 
Morton M. Hodas, M.D. 



108 PSYCHIATRY 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 
Carlos Ifarragueri, M.D. 
David Iverson, M.D. 
Daniel Justman, M.D. 
Lila J. Kalinich, M.D. 
Neil B. Kavey, M.D. 
Gabriel V. Laury, M.D. 
Leo Lefer, M.D. 
Naomi Leiter, M.D. 
Stephen J. Levitan, M.D. 
Stanley Lituchy, M.D. 
Virginia Lozzi, M.D. 
George W. Luhrmann, 

M.D. 
Neil MacLean, M.D. 
Michael R. Milano, M.D. 
Ira L. Mintz, M.D. 
Leonard Moss, M.D. 
Philip R. Muskin, M.D. 
Louis Padovano, M.D. 
E. Rea Paidoussi, M.D. 
Waldo E. Pardo, M.D. 
Samuel W. Perry 111, M.D. 
M. Bruce Sarlin, M.D. 
Elias Savitsky, M.D. 
Arthur H. Schore, M.D. 
Irene B. Seeland, M.D. 
Robert S. Shapiro, M.D. 
Hannah Shields, M.A. 
Robert Silbert, M.D. 
Arthur Stein, M.D. 
Sanford W. Stein, M.D. 
Ann R. Turkel, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Samuel W. Anderson, 

Ph.D. 
Estelle P. Bender, M.D. 
David P. Birkett, M.D., 

B.Ch. 
Richard L. Blumenthal, 

Ph.D. 
Richard J. Bodnar, Ph.D. 
Melinda Broman, Ph.D. 
Judith Eckman, M.D. 
Richard S. Feldman, M.D. 
Anita K. Fischer, Ph.D. 
Maria Janena Hurwic, 

M.D. 
Mitchell L. Kietzman, 

M.D. 
Morton Levitt, Ph.D. 
Robert E. Patton, M.D. 
Dina D. Paul, M.D. 
Stephanie Portnoy, M.D. 
Kurt Salzinger, Ph.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

(continued) 

Suzanne Salzinger, M.D. 
Nicholas Samios, M.D. 
David Wilder, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 
Sahebarao P. Mahadik, 

Ph.D. 
A.S. Perumal, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 
Peter Aldin, M.D. 
Donald G. Bell, M.D. 
Robinette N. Bell, M.D. 
Raymond Bernick, M.D. 
Charles H. Blackinton, 

M.D. 
Stanley Bone, M.D. 
Abraham A. Bridger, M.D. 
Elizabeth A. Carter, M.D. 
William J. Chambers, 

M.D. 
Leon Chattah, M.D. 
Francine Cournos, M.D. 
Gordon Dalton, M.D. 
Harry Diener, M.D. 
Olga Diz-Pi, M.D. 
Paul S. Ducker, M.D. 
Harold B. Esecover, M.D. 
Katherine Falk, M.D. 
James W. Flax, M.D. 
Wallace R. Forstell, M.D. 
{at Meyer-Manhattan 
Hospital) 
Peter F. Gaston, M.D. (at 
Meyer-Manhattan 
Hospital) 
Anastasios Georgotas, 

M.D. 
lona H. Ginsburg, M.D. 
Maurice Golbey, M.D. 
Max Goldberg, M.D. 
Peter Gorham, M.D. 
Myra S. Hatterer, M.D. 
Joel S. Hoffman, M.D. 
Terry Wayne Hugg, M.D. 
Steven E. Hyler, M.D. 
Arthur R. Jacobs, M.D. 
Roberta Jaeger, M.D. 
James G. Katis, M.D. 
Richard A. Kresch, M.D. 
David Y. Levine, M.D. 
Michael R. Liebowitz, 
M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Brian P. Lipton, M.D. 
John W. Lombardo, M.D. 
Erica M. Loutsch, M.D. 
Mark R. Mankoff, M.D. 
Eric R. Marcus, M.D. 
Josephine D. Martin, M.D. 
Peter C. Martindale, M.D. 
Susan Matorin, M.D. 
Bobba J. Moody, M.D. 
Swami R. Nathan, M.D. 
John D. O'Brien, M.D. 
David D. Olds, M.D. 
Linda F. Pessar, M.D. 
Michael Seth Quittman, 

M.D. 
Henry A. Remet, M.D. 
Phyllis B. Robbins, M.D. 
Steven Paul Roose, M.D. 
Lyle E. Rosnick, M.D. 
Arnold Rothstein, M.D. 
Sheila Salama, M.D. 
Robert SantuUi, M.D. 
David P. Schiebel, M.D. 
Eleanor Schuker, M.D. 
Thomas E. Sedlock, M.D. 
Beth June Seelig, M.D. 
Morton D. Seigel, M.D. 
Lawrence Shaderowfsky, 

M.D. 
Michael Shostak, M.D. 
Linda J. Skinner, M.D. 
Frieda H. Spady, M.D. 
Frank Stallone, M.D. 
Walter Tuchman, M.D. 
Alan J. Tuckman, M.D. 
Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D. 
David J. Weiser, M.D. 
Richard W. Weiss, M.D. 
Lynn C. Winther, M.D. 
Thomas J. Yager, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Mary Bahadurian, M.D. 
Charles J. Barbanel, M.D. 
Bruce Y. Bleecker, M.D. 
Anstiss Bowser, M.D. 
Susan Braiman, M.D. 
Edward N. Brennan, M.D. 
Tonia Caldwell, M.D. 

(Social Services) 
Charles Carluccio, M.D. 
Diana C. Cook, M.D. 
Conrad DeMaster, M.D. 
Aristide H. Esser, M.D. 



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ASSISTANTS (continued) 
Eda G. Goldstein, M.D. 
James W. Montgomery, 

M.D. 
Doris M. Mortenson, M.D. 
William J. Nemon, M.D. 
Esther Ridder, M.D. 
Roberta Roth, M.D. 
Barbara C. Sacco, R.N. 
Marilyn Sande-Friedman, 

M.D. 
Rishon Stember, M.D. 
Grace C.K. Sum, M.D. 
Walter J. Tardy, M.D. 
Abram Zevy, M.S. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Alfreda H. Howard, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Laura Lee Dean, B.A. 
Janos Marton, Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Viola W. Bernard, M.D. 
John A. Cook, M.D. 
Katrina De Hirsch, B.A. 
Marjorie H. Frank 



SPECIAL LECTURERS (continued) 
Olga Frankel, M.D. 
George Goldman, M.D. 
Soil Goodman, M.D. 
George A. Jervis, M.D. 
Henriette R. Klein, M.D. 
Lawrence C. Kolb, M.D. 
Bernard Pacella, M.D. 
Helen Schucman, M.D. 
Leo Srole, Ph.D. 
Alberta Szalita, M.D. 
Exie E. Welsch, M.D. 
Joseph Zubin, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Kenneth Z. Altshuler, 

M.D. 
Joseph E. Barmack, Ph.D. 
Jules R. Bemporad, M.D. 
Milton M. Berger, M.D. 
Victor Bernal, M.D. 
Henry Brill, M.D. 
Hugh F. Butts, M.D. 
Harry X. Cohen, M.D. 
Arnold M. Cooper, M.D. 
Barbara H. DeBetz, M.D. 
Lawrence Deutsch, M.D. 



LECTURERS (continued) 

Samuel L. Feder, M.D. 
Victor Goldin, M.D. 
Saul A. Grossman, Ph.D. 
Ernest M. Gruenberg, 

M.D. 
Howard F. Hunt, Ph.D. 
Amnon Issacharoff, M.D. 
Hanna E. Kapit, Ph.D. 
Stuart L. Keill, M.D. 
Otto F. Kernberg, M.D. 
Alvin Mesnikoff, M.D. 
Robert Michels, M.D. 
George Mora, M.D. 
Francis J. O'Neill, M.D. 
Robert W. Rieber, M.D. 
Leon Salzman, M.D. 
Jay Schulman, M.D. 
Natalie Shainess, M.D. 
Joan H. Shapiro, 

M.S.S.W. 
Alfonso Tornusciolo, B.M., 

B.Ch. 
Patricia A. Tueting, M.D. 
Milton Viederman, M.D. 
Martin S. Willick, M.D. 
Sheldon Zimberg, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Harvey Gurian. M.D., Toronto, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Charles W. Lamb. Ph.D., Ohio State, 1966 

Associates in Clinical Psychiatry 

John E. Denny, Ph.D. 
Charles J. Hudson, M.D. 
Peter M. Johngren, M.D. 
Eugene J. Pilek, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

Virginia N. Wilking. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Margaret M. Lawrence. B.A., Cornell, 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1940 



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Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Seymour Gers. B.S., Brooklyn College, 1952; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1956 
Emery S. Hetrick. B.A., Ohio State, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1957 
Austin Moore. B.S., Queens, 1955; M.D., Howard, 1959 
Peter-Heinrich Schween. M.D., Hamburg, 1955 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Irwin J. Averbach. B.S., Michigan, 1949; M.D., Buffalo, 1954 
Gladys Egri. M.D., Madrid, 1955; M.S., Columbia, 1965 
Raymond Raskin. B.A., New York University, 1942; M.D., 1946 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRY 

Shale Brownstein, M.D. 

Jeffrey S. Hammer, M.D. 

Carol Leal, M.D. 

Gideon Nachumi, M.D. 

Raymond W. Ransom, 

M.D. 
Pauline E. Thompson, 

M.D. 
Susana L. Van Alstine, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 
Sumanasiri Alahendra, 

M.B.B.S. 
Michael H. Ford, M.B.B.S. 
Milton Lee, M.D. 
J. Trevor Lindo, M.D. 
Sideny M. Lytton, M.D. 
Joseph C. Napoli, M.D. 
Michael V. Osborn, M.D. 
Sady Sulton, M.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Carol Garmiza, Ph.D. 



LECTURER 

Bruce Ballard, M.D. 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lloyd A. Hamilton, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., Harvard, 1954 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY 
Martin V. Hart, M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Harley C. Shands. B.S., Tulane, 1936; M.D., 1939 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Gary Lee Lefer. B.S., Stanford, 1962; M.D., Georgetown, 1966 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Noble A. Endicott. B.A., Texas, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Richard G. Kopff. B.A., Cornell, 1956; M.D., 1960 

Harry R. Potter. B.S., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Stephen P. Reibel. B.A., Harvard, 1957; M.D., 1961 

George Satran. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 

Robert D. Scharf. B.S., Union, 1966; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1970 

Richard C. Wallace. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1965 



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Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology 

James D. Meltzer. B.A., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., New York University/, 1973 
Arthur Weider. Ph.D., New York University, 1946 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

William H. Brownlee, 

M.D. 
Aaron Esman, M.D. 
Blanche Glass, Ph.D. 
Justin L. Greene, M.D. 
Sonia W. Hyman, M.D. 
Jeffrey Kramer, M.D. 
Martin I. Lubin, M.D. 
Arthur M. Perlman, M.D. 
Barbara R. Rosenfeld, 

M.D. 
Mitchell S. Rosenthal, 

M.D. 
Diane L. Stone, M.D. 
William M. Tucker, M.D. 
William D. Wheat, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Alma Levinson, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Allen J. Burstein, M.D. 
Arlene C. Caldwell, M.D. 
Martin D. Doft, M.D. 
Ellen G. Glass, M.D. 
Stephen C. Glassberg, 

M.D. 
Allan D. Gordon, M.D. 
Charles G. Jackson, Jr., 

M.D. 
David K. Jordan, M.D. 
Robert J. Kent, M.D. 
Edward W. Kloth, M.D. 
Woon Soon Lee, M.D. 
Ernesto Lozano, M.D. 
James M. McGowan 
James L. Maher, M.D. 
Donald J. Mayerson, M.D. 
Jeffry R. Nurenberg, M.D. 
Arthur S. Piatt, D.O. 
Henry A. Remet, M.D. 
Zach Schaye, M.D. 
Roy Shapiro, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Jane Simon, M.D. 
Barry L. Singer, M.D. 
Julia E. Taub, M.D. 
Melvin L. Thrash, M.D. 
Maria L.C. Velez, M.D. 
Haze! Weinberg, M.D. 
David S. Weinberger, 

M.D. 
Marie Weinberger, M.D. 
Rev. Barry G. Wood 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Herbert Bilick, M.D. 
James D. Meltzer, Ph.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

John Davis, M.D. 
Robert L. Meineker, M.D. 
Andrzej Nidonorow, M.D. 
Nestor J. Totero, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
Lilli C. Shalsa, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Clarice J. Kestenbaum. B.A., California (Los Angeles). 1950; M.D., 1960 
Henry I. Spitz. B.A., Lafayette, 1961; M.D., New York Medical College, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Harry R. Kissilef. Ph.D., Pennsylvania, 1966 
Adam Munz. Ph.D., New York University. 1969 



Assistant Clinical Professors 



Gail B. Allen. B.A. 
Frederic A. Ailing. 
Alex Caemmerer, Ji 
Irene Chiarandini. 



, Wellesley, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 
B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

B.A., Princeton, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 
M.D., Buenos Aires. 1963 



Ralph Colp, Jr. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1948 

Samuel C. Klagsbrun. B.R.E., Jewish Theological Seminary, 1954; B.A., College of 

the City of New York, 1955; M.D., Chicago, 1962 
David M. MacDonald. B.S., Oregon, 1945; M.D., Tufts, 1949 
Eugene Mahon. M.D., National (Ireland), 1964 

John A. Milici. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D., Geneva (Switzerland), 1957 
John W. Rosenberger. B.A., Dartmouth, 1956; M.D. CM., McCill, 1960 
Harvey L. White. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., New York Medical College, 1964 



112 PSYCHIATRY • PUBLIC HEALTH 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRY 

Harold H. Fogelman, M.D. 

Harry Reiss, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Keaneth Berc, M.D. 
Victor D'Arc, M.D. 
Nathaniel Donson, M.D. 
Robert E. Hall, M.D. 
Charles L. Ihlenfeld, M.D. 
Willard S. Kahn, M.D. 
Daniel Koblentz, M.D. 
Leo Kron, M.D. 
Howard E. Millman, M.D. 
Paul W. Nassar, M.D. 
Henry A. Paul, M.D. 
Michael A. Pawel, M.D. 
Michael C. Piercey, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Kenneth Porter, M.D. 
Corey Nyles Rigberg, 

M.D. 
Sirgay Sanger, M.D. 
Bernardo S. Scheimber^, 

M.D. 
Ira B. Silverstein, M.D. 
William G. Sommer, M.D. 
Henry I. Spitz, M.D. 
Gerda H. Strika, M.D. 
Martha C. Troutman, 

M.D. 
Joel Wallack, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Cyros Aromlooi, M.D. 
Carlos Diaz-Matos, M.D. 
Stephen R. Dunlop, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS {continued) 

Hanne E. Favelukes, M.D. 
Gregory Fischer, M.D. 
John A. Fogelman, M.D. 
Edward E. Gilmour, M.D. 
Joel Gonchar, M.D. 
Alan Kouzmanoff, M.D. 
Henry C. Mallard, M.D. 
Reed C. E. Moskowitz, 

M.D. 
Keith Sedlacek, M.D. 
Daviod Z. Starr, M.D. 
Victor Syrmis, M.D. 
Michael Trapido, M.D. 
Stephen G. Underwood, 

M.D. 
Charles F. Yackulic, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
John Cotton, M.D. 



Public Health 

Associate Professor and Acting Chairman 

Bernard D. Challenor. B.A., Hunter, 1957; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1961; M.P.H., Harvard, 1963 

Biostatistics 

Professors 

John W. Fertig. B.A., Ursinus, 1931; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1933 
Joseph L. Fleiss. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.S., 1961; Ph.D., 1967 

Adjunct Professor 

Carl H. Erhardt. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1941; M.P.A., New York 
University, 1957; M.S., Harvard, 1958; D.Sc, 1962 

Associate Professors 

Agnes P. Berger. Ph.D., Budapest, 1939; M.A., Columbia, 1944 

Allen S. Ginsberg (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.M.E., Cornell, 
1958; M.I.E., 1959; Ph.D., Stanford, 1970 

Senior Research Associate 

Neal W. Chilton. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; D.D.S., New York 
University, 1943; M.P.H., Columbia, 1946 



Assistant Professors 

Robert R. Golden. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1960; M.S. Oregon State, 
1963; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1976 



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Bruce Levin (Mathematical Statistics). B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.A., Havard, 1972; 

Ph.D., 1974 
Patrick E. Shrout (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A.. St. Louis, 1972; Ph.D., Chicago, 

1976 

Sylvan Wallenstein. B.S., City College, 1966; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Sol Blumenthal. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955; M.B.A., New York 
University, 1958; Ph.D., New School for Social Research, 1969 

Joseph Breuer. M.D., Vienna, 1937; M.P.H., Columbia, 1960; M.S., 1962; Ph.D., 
1969 

Turkan K. Gardenier. B.A., Vassar, 1961; M.A., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., 1966 

Donald C. Ross. B.A., Rochester, 1955; M.A., North Carolina, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

INSTRUCTORS RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Carol A. Bodian, M.S. Jennie K. Kline, Ph.D. (in the Sergievsky 

Frieda Nelson, B.A. Center) 

Martin Schnall, M.S. Molly Park, M.A. 

Alex Tytun, M.S. Robert A. Strauss, M.D. 

Livia R. Turgeon, M.S. 

Environmental Health Sciences 

Professor 

I. Bernard Weinstein (also Medicine) (in the Cancer Center). B.S., Wisconsin, 1952; 
M.D., 1955 

Associate Professor 

Dezider Grunberger (also Biochemistry) (in the Institute of Cancer Research). M.Sc, 
Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; Ph.D., Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 
1956; Sc.D., 1968 

Senior Research Associate 

Granville H. Sewell. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; Ph.D., 1966 

Assistant Professors 

Paul N. Borsky. B.A., Brooklyn College, 1942 

Alan M. Jeffrey. B.S., Hull (UK), 1966; Ph.D., University College of North Wales 
(UK), 1970 

ASSOCIATE 

Michael Gochfeld, M.D. 

Epidemiology 

Professors 

Bruce P. Dohrenwend (also Psychiatry). B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.A., 1951; Ph.D., 

Cornell, 1955 
Zena A. Stein (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Cape Town, 1941; M.A., 1942; M.B., 

B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1950 



114 PUBLIC HEALTH 



Mervyn W. Susser (Director, Sergievsky Center). M.B., B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South 
Africa), 1950 



Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner. B.A., Harvard, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 



Adjunct Professor 

Wolf Szmuness. M.D., Kharkov Medical Institute (USSR), 1955; D.Med. Sc, Academy 
of Medicine (Lublin, Poland), 1964 



Associate Professors 

Mary G. McCrea Curnen. M.D., Louvain (Belgium), 1948; D.T.M. Antwerp (Belgium), 

1949; Dr. P.H., Columbia, 1972 
Frances R. Gearing. B.S., Vermont, 1936; M.D., 1940; M.P.H., Columbia, 1957 
Holger H. Hansen (in the Sergievsky Center). M.D., Freie Universitat (German 

Federal Republic), 1961; M.P.H., Columbia, 1967; Dr. P.H., 1973 
David Rush (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Elmer F. Struening. B.S., Hastings, 1949; M.S., Purdue, 1951; Ph.D., 1957 



Senior Research Associates 

Lillian M. Belmont. B.A., Brooklyn, 1947; M.A., College of the City of New York, 
1949; Ph.D., New York University, 1957; M.S., Columbia, 1970 

Inge F. Goldstein. B.A., Wellesley, 1951; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1956; M.S., Columbia, 
1968 



Assistant Professors 

Ora S. Fagan. B.A., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1961; M.S.W., California (Berkeley), 1965; 

D.S.W., 1973 
Anna C. Gelman. B.A., Hunter, 1932; M.P.H., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1934 
Nigel S. Paneth (also Pediatrics) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; 

M.D., Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Stephen Shafer (also Neurology) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; 

M.D., Columbia, 1970; M.P.H., 1977 



Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Patricia R. Cohen. B.A., Hamline, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1968 

Ann B. Goodman. B.A., Radcliffe, 1953; M.A., George Washington, 1963; M.S., 

Columbia, 1972 
Paul S. May. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1951; M.S., Syracuse, 1952; 

D.Sc, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1955; M.P.H., Columbia, 1970 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Thomas G. Lamb, Ph.D. Clifford A. York, M.A. 

Thomas A. Wills, Ph.D. 



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Health Administration 

Professors 

John H. Bryant (Delamar Professor) (Public Health Practice). B.A., Arizona, 1949; 

M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Lowell E. Bellin. B.S., Yale, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1951; M.P.H., Harvard, 1964 
Lucie S. Kelly (also Nursing). B.S.N., Pittsburgh, 1947; M.Litt., 1957; Ph.D., 1965 
Nora Piore (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Wisconsin, 1933; 

M.A., 1934 
Frank W. van Dyke (Administrative Medicine). B.A., Union (Schenectady), 1939; 

M.S., Columbia, 1954 
Samuel Wolfe. M.D., Toronto, 1950; M.P.H., Columbia, 1960; Dr.P.H., 1961 

Adjunct Professors 

Arne C. V. Barkhuus (Public Health Practice). B.A., Copenhagen, 1926; M.D., 1933; 

D.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1938 
Robert H. Hamlin. B.A., Ohio State. 1944; B.S.M., 1944; B.M., 1946; M.D., 

Northwestern, 1947; M.P.H., Harvard, 1952; LL.B., 1953 
Joseph V. Terenzio. B.A., Yale, 1939; J.D., Fordham, 1947; M.S.. Columbia, 1954 

Associate Professors 

Elinor F. Downs (Public Health Practice). B.A., Smith, 1933; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1937; M.P.H., Columbia, 1952; Cambridge, 1968 
Bruce Vladeck (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Harvard, 1970; 

M.A., Michigan, 1972; Ph.D., 1973 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Morton A. Fisher. B.A., Western Reserve, 1942; D.D.S.. 1944; M.P.H., Columbia, 

1957; B.A., Brooklyn, 1958 
Harold Fruchtbaum (History and Philosophy of Public Health). B.C.E., New York 

University, 1955; M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1956; Ph.D., Harvard, 

1964; M.A., Cambridge, 1968 
Lloyd F. Novick (also Pediatrics). B.A., Colgate, 1961; M.D., New York University, 

1965; M. P. H, Yale 1971 
Eugene D. Rosenfeld (Administrative Medicine). B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.D., 1943 
Irving S. Shapiro (Public Health Education). B.S., College of the City of New York, 

1938; M.S., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1954 

Senior Research Associate 

Regina Loewenstein (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Barnard, 
1936; M.A., Columbia, 1937 

Assistant Professors 

Noreen M. Clark. B.S., Utah. 1965; M.A., Columbia, 1972; Ph.D.. 1976 

Melanie C. Dreher. B.S., Long Island. 1967; Ph.D.. Columbia, 1977 

Brant E. Fries (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Columbia. 1967; 

Ph.D., Cornell. 1972 
Fred Goldman. B.A., Queens, 1967; M.A., Brown, 1970; Ph.D., City College, 1975 



116 PUBLIC HEALTH 

Harriet S. Goldman (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., New York University, 1962; 

D.D.S., 1965; M. P.M., Columbia, 1966 
W. David Latham. B.S., Stanford, 1966; M.B.A., 1968 
Marcia L. Pinkett-Heller. B.A., Howard, 1963; M.P.H., Michigan, 1970 
Stephen N. Rosenberg. B.A., Cornell, 1963; M.D.. Albert Einstein, 1967; M.P.H., 

Harvard, 1969 
Paul L. Selbst. B.S., Bufalo, 1957; M.S., Columbia, 1961 
Michael L. Ziegler. B.A., State University of New York (Albany), 1972; J.D., State 

University of New York (Buffalo), 1976 



Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Raymond S. Alexander. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.B.A., 1954; M.S., Columbia, 

1956 
Austin Corinaldi (at Harlem Hospital). B.A., New York, 1949; M.P.H., Columbia, 

1964; M.S., 1969 
Samuel Davis (Administrative Medicine). B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; 

M.S., Columbia, 1957 
Jack J. Goldman (Public Health Practice). B.S., Vermont, 1946; M.D., 1950; M.P.H., 

Johns Hopkins, 1 953 
William H. Hermann. B.S., Missouri, 1951; M.S., Yale, 1953 
Henry R. Karpe. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.S., Wisconsin, 

1972 
Nicetas H. Kuo (Public Health Practice). M.D., Philippines, 1941; M.P.H., Columbia, 

1953 
Francis C. Lindaman. B.A., Gettysburg, 1935; M.A., 1936 
William L. Nute, Jr. B.A., Swarthmore, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1943 
Percival B. Phillips (Public Health Practice). B.A., San Francisco State, 1954; M.A., 

1956; Ed.D., Columbia, 1965 
Arnold E. Rosenblum. B.A., Brooklyn, 1947; J.D., New York University, 1950; M.S., 

Columbia, 1964 
Eleanore Rothenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1955; M.P.A., New York University, 1969; 

Ph.D., 1975 
Esther A. Schisa (Public Health Practice). B.S., Syracuse, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 

1955 
Sheila M. Smythe. B.S., Creighton, 1952; M.S., Columbia, 1956 
Boris A. Vanadzin. M.D., Munich, 1955; M.P.H., California (Berkeley), 1959 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Sheila Gorman, M.P.H. 
Everett D. Hines, M.S. 

INSTRUCTORS 

Peggy Ann Alsup, M.D. 
Stephen Banks, M.A. 
Arthur R. Caplan (History 

and Philosophy of Public 

Health) 
Barbara S. Cooper, M.D. 
Catherine D. Crone, M.D. 
Michael Goldfarb, M.S. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Margaret L. Haynes, 

M.P.H. 
Steven Karten, M.B.A. 
Dulcy B. Miller, M.S. 
David Moxley, M.B.A. 
Thomas A. Sherwood, 

M.P.H. 
Isabel Sklar, M.P.H. 
Virginia K. Stowe, M.S. 
Paul M. Thompson, M. 

Phil. 



ASSOCIATES 

Emil F. Pascarelli, M.D. 
(Administrative Medicine) 
Constance C. Rogers, 

M.D. (at Harlem 

Hospital) 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Robert W. Rosenblum, 

M.P.A. 
Hila Shererdson, M.A. 



Population and Family Health 



Professor 

Allan G. Rosenfield (also Obstetrics and Gynecology) (Director, Center for Population 
and Family Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 



PUBLIC HEALTH 117 



Associate Professors 

Nicholas Cunningham (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1955; Dr. P.H., 1976 
Susan G. Philliber. B.A., Florida State, 1965; M.S., 1966; Ph.D., 1968 
John A. Ross (in IISHR). B.A., Ottawa, 1956; M.A., Yale, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

John Bongaarts. M.S., Eindhoven Institute of Technology, 1968; Ph.D., Illinois, 1972 
Thomas Frejka. Engineer, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 1966 

Senior Research Associate 

Walter B. Watson. B.A., Southern Methodist, 1953; M.S., Wisconsin, 1954; Ph.D., 
1959 

Assistant Professors 

Christina Brinkley-Carter. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.A. Temple, 1968; Ph.D., 

Princeton, 1977 
Martin E. Gorosh. B.A., Brooklyn, 1959; M.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1969; Dr.P.H, 

1973 
Stephen L. Isaacs. B.A., Brown, 1961; J.D., Columbia, 1965 
Pearilla Rothenberg. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1970; M.Phil., Columbia, 1974; Ph.D., 

1976 
Krishna Roy. B.A., Bombay, 1948; M.A., 1950; Ph.D., 1954 
Alan M. Sear. B.S., Tennessee, 1965; M.A., 1967; Ph.D., Purdue, 1971 
William A. Van Wie. B.A., College of Wooster, 1961; B.D., Pittsburgh Seminary, 

1964; M.P.H., North Carolina, 1968; Dr. P.H., 1974 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Joy G. Dryfoos. B.A., Antioch, 1951; M.A., Sarah Lawrence, 1966 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTORS 

Henry G. Elkins, Jr., Ph.D. Marjorie A. Costa, M.P.H. 

Amy F. Galen, M.A. 



Sociomedical Sciences 

Professors 

Barbara Dohrenwend. B.A., Wellesley, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1948; Ph.D., 1954 
Jack Elinson. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., George Washington 
1946; Ph.D., 1954 

Associate Professor 

John L. Colombotos. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.A., 1952; Ph.D., Michigan, 1961 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Public Health 

Denise B. Kandel (in Psychiatry). B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1952; M.A., Columbia, 1953; 
Ph.D., 1960 



118 PUBLIC HEALTH 



Senior Research Associates 

Ann F. Brunswick. B.A, Hunter, 1946; M.A., Clark, 1947 

Stanley Budner. B.A., City College of New York, 1955; Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 
Paul W. Haberman. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1948; M.B.A., New York University, 1961 
Eric Josephson. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1949; Ph.D., 
1959 



Assistant Professor 

Sally Guttmacher. B.S., Wisconsin, 1963 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Margery M. Braren. B.A., Barnard, 1961; M.A., Columbia, 1963; Ph.D., 1971 
Mitchell Schorow (Medical Education). B.A., Roosevelt, 1950; M.A., Northwestern, 
1961; Ph.D., Utah, 1971 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES RESEARCH ASSOCIATES [continued) SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Kenneth Andrews, Ph.D. Morton R. Siegal, M.A. (at John M. Boyle, M. Phil. 

Stanley Fisher, M.S. Harlem Hospital) Lambros Comitas, Ph.D. 

Robert W. Jones, M.A. Athilia E. Siegmann, M.S. 

Corinne Kirchner, M.Phil. Anne S. Zanes, Ph.D. 



Tropical Medicine 



Professors 

Michael Katz (also Pediatrics). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 
Roger W. Williams (Medical Entomology). B.S., Illinois, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 

Columbia, 1947 

Associate Professors 

Philip A. D'Alesandro (Parasitology). B.S., Rutgers, 1952; M.S., 1954; Ph.D., Chica- 
go, 1958 

Dickson D. Despommier (Parasitology). B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1962; M.S., Colum- 
bia, 1964; Ph.D., Notre Dame, 1967 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ashton C. Cuckler (Parasitology). B.A., Nebraska, 1935; M.A., 1936; Ph.D., Minneso- 
ta, 1941 
John D. Frame. B.A, Wheaton, 1938; M.D., Northwestern, 1943 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Roland P. Brown. B.A., Bethel, 1947; M.D., Chicago, 1951 

Iwan D. Guicherit. M.D, Coverment Medical School (Surinam), 1942; M.P.H., Colum- 
bia, 1948; M.D., Amsterdam, 1952 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTORS 

Suzanne Holmes, Ph.D., (Parasitology) Martin G. Blechman, M.D. 

Chung C. Wang, M.D. 



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Faculty Members Not Affiliated with 
Specific Divisions 

Professor 

Sami A. Hashim (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Beirut, 1950; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., 
Harvard, 1955 

Adjunct Professor 

Myron Brin (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Cornell, 1947; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., 
Harvard, 1951 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Susanne Bennett-Clark (Public Health Nutrition) (at St. Luke's Hospital). B.Sc, 
Melbourne, 1958; Ph.D., Western Australia, 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Shirley A. Mayer. B.A., Hunter College, 1940; M.D., Chicago, 1943 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 

Jane Bertrand, Ph.D. 



Lecturers in All Divisions 



Kenneth F. Adamec, M.S. 
George H. Adams, M.S. 
Frederick D. Alley, M.D. 
Robin F. Badgley, Ph.D. 
Peter Baglio, Sc.M. 
Gary B. Beringer, D.P.H. 
Richard A. Berman, 

M.B.A., M.H.A. 
Joseph Loring Bloch, M.A 
Roy Brown, M.A. 
Martin Cherkasky, M.D. 
Irene J. Clark, M.P.H. 
Alvin J. Conway, M.S. 
Jean B. Cropper, M.P.H. 
Anita S. Curran, M.D. 
Frank DeScipio, M.S. 
Daniel L. Drosness, 

M.P.H. 
Gary M. Eidsvold, M.D. 
Raymond Fink, M.D. 
Thomas J. Foley, M.S. 
Stephen L. Forstenser, 

M.S. 
Richard C. Friedman, 

M.D. 
Bernard Fuss, M.S. 
Robert Galton, Ph.D. 



Gary Gambuti 
George Goldberg, M.B.A. 
Janet Gottschalk, Dr.P.H. 
Edward V. Grant 
Margaret T. Grossi, M.D. 
David Harris, M.D. 
Robert E. Heinlein, M.S. 
Donald W. Helbig, M.D. 
E. Geoffrey High, M.S. 
Frank E. laquinta, M.D. 
Florence Kavaler, M.D. 
Howard R. Kelman, 

Ph.D. 
Richard N. Kerst, B.A. 
Schuyler G. Kohl, M.D. 
John T. Kolody, M.S. 
Jacob Levine 

Mary C. McLaughlin, M.D. 
Robert Markowitz, M.S. 
Robert M. Morrison, 

M.H.A. 
Anthony C. Mustalish, 

M.D. 
Karl E. Nelson, M.S. 
Margaret J. O'Brien, 

M.P.H. 
Donna O'Hare, M.D. 



Jean Pakter, M.D. 

Clarence E. Pearson, M.S. 
Richard H. Perry, M.S. 
Olive E. Pitkin, M.D. 
David A. Reed, M.S. 
Peter Rogatz, M.D. 
Alan H. Rosenblut, M.B.A. 
Hana Rostain, M.D. 
Maurice V. Russell, Ed.D. 
Harvey Schoenfeld, M.S. 
Melvin S. Schwartz, M.D. 
Sam Shapiro, B.S. 
Joseph Sherber, M.S. 
Elliot J. Simon, M.S. 
Joseph E. Snyder, M.D. 
Richard A. Stolnacke, 

M.S. 
Thomas J. G. Tighe, Jr., 

M.P.H. 
Andre A. O. Varma, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Beatrice Mintz, M.D. 
Samuel M. Wishik, M.D. 



120 RADIOLOGY 

Radiology 

Professor and Chairman 

William B. Seaman. M.D., Harvard, 1941 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

David H. Baker. M.D., Boston, 1951 

Walter E. Berdon. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., 1955 

Chu Huai Chang. M.D., St. John's (Shanghai), 1944 

Kent Ellis. M.D., Yale, 1950 

Eric Hall (Physics). Ph.D., Iriel (Oxford), 1962 

Sadek Hilal. M.D., Cairo, 1955 

Philip M. Johnson. B.A., Dartmouth, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Harald H. Rossi (Physics). Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 

Professors of Clinical Radiology 

William J. Casarella. B.A., Yale, 1959; M.D. Harvard, 1963 
Frieda Feldman. B.A., New York University, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Donald L. King. B.A., Stanford, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Ralph Schlaeger. B.S., Wisconsin, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Adjunct Professors 

Victor P. Bond. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1943; M.D., California (San Francisco), 

1945; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1952 
Simon Larach. Ph.D., Princeton, 1955 
Thomas P. Vogl (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.S., Pittsburgh, 

1957; Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon, 1969 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Carmia Borek. B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weizman Institute (Israel), 1967 

Associate Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Thane Asch. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

John H. Austin. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., Yale, 1965 

Rashid Fawwaz. M.D., American (Beirut), 1960; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1968 

Patricia Tretter. B.A., Marquette, 1944; M.D., 1949 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Lawrence A. Shepp. B.S., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1958; M.A., Princeton, 
1960; Ph.D., 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Kevin L. Macken. M.D., National (Ireland), 1947 
Eric C. Martin. M.D., St. Thomas (London), 1967 
Paul Sane. M.D., Bucharest, 1950 



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Assistant Professor 

Charles R. Geard. Ph.D., Australian National University, 1973 
Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

George F. Ascherl. B.A., Queens, 1966; M.D., St. Louis, 1970 

Peter D. Esser (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Brown, 1961; M.S., Adelphi, 1964; 

Ph.D., 1971 
David A. FoUett. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Tufts, 1964 

Sundara R. Ganti. M.B.B.S., Guntur Medical College (India), 1967; M.D., 1967 
Richard P. Gold. B.A., Tufts, 1965; M.D., 1969 
Leoniadas Harisiadis. M.D., National (Athens), 1966 

Peter Joseph (Radiation Biophysics). B.S., Lafayette, 1959; Ph.D., Harvard, 1961 
Patricia Kaim. B.S., Western Kentucky, 1955; M.D., Louisiana, 1966 
Nikitis D. Kessaris (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Emory, 1952; M.S., Harvard, 1953; 

Ph.D., 1966 
Duk II Sung. B.A., Kyungbuk National (Korea), 1964; M.D., 1968 
Theodore Sheng-Tao Wang. Ph.D., Maryland, 1964 
Margaret A. Whelon. B.S., St. John's, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1972 
Ellen L. Wolf. B.A., Connecticut College, 1968; M.D., Mount Sinai, 1972 



Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Bruce J. Biavati (Radiation Biophysics). 
1964 



B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.A., 1955; Ph.D., 



Assistant Clinical Professors 



Shelby J. Galloway. B.A., Catawba College, 1961: M.D., Bowman-Gray, 1965 
William M. Griffin. B.S., Notre Dame, 1958; M.D., State University of 

York (Upstate), 1962 
Harvey L. Hecht. B.A., Amherst, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Steven D. Richman. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 
Louis Rottenberg. B.S., Boston, 1936; M.D., 1940 
Robert Silbey. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1955 



New 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Marion H. Biavati, Ph.D. 
Richard P. Bird, Ph.D.. 
Michael L. Freeman, B.S. 
Leon J. Goodman, Ph.D. 

(Radiation Biophysics) 
Frederick Kelcz, Ph.D. 

(Radiation Biophysics) 
Paul J. Kliauga, Ph.D. 

(Radiation Biophysics) 
Richard Miller 
Tirunelveli Subramanian, 

M.B.B.S. 
Peter M.S. Wai 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Sharon M. Kreps 
Louis E. Rambler, M.D. 
Jyott Shah, M.D. 
Alan J. Silver, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Rudolph Gand 
Herbert Jacobs, B.E.E. 
Laurie Roizin-Towle, M.S. 
Thomas C. Yang, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
RADIOLOGY 

Harry Agress, Jr., M.D. 
Gregory M. Carsen, M.D. 
Norman G. Diamond, M.D. 
David V. Habif, Jr., M.D. 



122 RADIOLOGY 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 



Assistant Clinical Professor 

Harry Rodney Hartman. 

Otto D. Sahler. M.S., Rochester, 1936; M.D., 1938 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

RADIOLOGY 

Robert D. Henretig, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Theodore R. Stent. B.A., Talladega, 1944; M.D., Meharry, 1948 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Jeanne Armstrong. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Christopher A. Johnson. B.A., Howard, 1943; M.D., 1947 

Laurencia B. Regalado. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1957 

Headley Scott. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1941; M.D., Howard, 1944 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Yuthana Samroengraja. M.D., Chulalongkorn Hospital Medical School, 1965 
Abdulhamid R. Vazir. M.D., University of Bombay, 1942 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL RADIOLOGY 
Chomyong K. Charoenkul, M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Albert A. Dunn. M.D., Cornell, 1943 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology 

Alvaro Vallejo. M.D., Del Valle (Columbia), 1967 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

David S. Marsden. Ph.D., Jefferson, 1968 
George Stassa. B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 1960 
Harold L. Stitt. B.A., Colorado, 1953; M.D., 1957 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL RADIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Andre Abitbol, M.D. Sabino J. Rizzo, M.D. 

Cynthia Lee David, M.D. Kenneth T. Rogers 

Carmel N. Donovan, M.D. Theodora Serban, M.D. 

Pierre-Alix Haspil, M.D. Peter K. Yeung, M.D. 
Cynthia Lehr, M.D. 
Hi-Jung Pyun, M.D. 



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At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Nathaniel Finby. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Richard D. Kittridge. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Clinical Professors 

Kuo-York Chynn. B.S., National Tung-Chi (Shanghai), 1945; M.D., 1949; M.S., St. 

Louis, 1954 
Virginia Kanick. B.A., Barnard, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Associate Clinical Professors 

John T. Hsu. M.D., National Defense (Taiwan), 1957 

Leonard M. Liegner. B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 - 

Efthimios C. Spyropoulos. M.D., Athens, 1948 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Jeanne W. Baer. B.S., Connecticut, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 
Carol L. Hilfer. B.A., Barnard, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1971 
William I. Shaw. B.A., Washington and Jefferson, 1958; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1962 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Ina A. Altman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1956; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1960 
Frank M. Dain. B.A. Dartmouth, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1945 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL RADIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS {continued) STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Manoochehr Abiri, M.D. Allan B. Rubin, M.D. Morris Hodara, M.S. 

Robert A. Phillips, M.D. Susan M. Tuck, M.D. 



Rehabilitation Medicine 

Simon Baruch Professor and Chairman 

John A. Downey. M.D., Manitoba, 1954; D.Phil., Christ Church (Oxford), 1962; 
F.R.C.P. 



At Presbyterian Hospital 



Associate Professor 

Lucien J. Cote (also Neurology). B.S., Vermont, 1951; M.D., 1954 

Associate Professors of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Erwin G. Gonzalez. B.A., Santo Tomas (Manila), 1962; M.D., 1967 
Stanley J. Myers. B.A., New York University, 1957; M.D., State University of New 
York (Downstate), 1961 



124 REHABILITATION MEDICINE 

Assistant Professor 

Larry J. Crawshaw (also Pathology). B.A., California, 1964 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Caroline O. McCagg. B.A., Barnard, 1962; M.D., Yale, 1966 

Naomi L. Turner. B.A., San Francisco Xavier (Bolivia), 1948; M.D., 1956 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Antonio Cocchiarella. M.D., Bari (Italy), 1953 

Francis J. Foca. B.S., Fordham, 1957; M.D., Bologna (Italy), 1966 
Damyanti G. Moorjani (also Pediatrics). B.S., Bombay, 1953; M.D., Grant (Bombay), 
1957 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
REHABILITATION MEDICINE 

Jonathan R. Moldover 
Robert Stone, M.S. 
(at Blythedale 
Children's Hospital) 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
REHABILITATION MEDICINE 

Alfred Hess, D.O. 
Vivenne Katz, M.A. 
Margarita C. Klug 
Anthony V. Porcelli 



ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
REHABILITATION MEDICINE 

Kathleen Watson-Walters, 
M.D. (at Blythedale 
Children's Hospital) 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Abigail R. Evans, B.A. 
Daniel E. Lemons, M.S. 



At Harlem Hospital 



Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Albert D. Anderson (A. David Gurewitch Professor). B.A., Columbia, 1948, M.D., 
Harvard, 1952 

Associate Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Herbert L. Thornhill. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1951; M.D., Howard, 1955 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Yasoma B. Challenor. B.A., Hunter, 1959; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1963 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Lucille C. Gunning (in Pediatrics). B.A., New York University, 1945; M.D., Woman's 
Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1949 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 
MEDICINE 

Wanda Brokdzka, M.A. 
Cecilia Macauley, M.A. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 

MEDICINE 

Joseph Malloy, M.A. 

Louise Weiss, M.A. 



REHABILITATION MEDICINE 125 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Rodolfo L. Reyes. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1952 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 
MEDICINE 

Arun K. Bhattacharyya, M.D., M.S. 
Salley Wisely, M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Shy h- Jong Yue. M.D., National College of Medicine (Shanghai), 1938 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lucille T. Pai. M.D., Woman's Christian Medical College (Shanghai), 1941 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 
MEDICINE 

Ravi Raj Malpe, M.B., B.S. 

Occupational Therapy 

Professor 

Marie Louise Franciscus (director of program). O.T.R., Philadelphia School of Occu- 
pational Therapy, 1937; B.S., Ohio State, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1956 



Assistant Professor 

Barbara Neuhaus. B.A., Keuka, 1950; M.A., Columbia, 1960 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Margaret F. Brown, B.S. 
Adeie Germain, M.S. 
Nedra P. Gillette, B.S., M.S. 
Diane Shapiro, M.A. 
Eleanor V. Shelly, B.S. 
Gordon G. Williamson, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Cheryl Colangelo, B.S. 
Sandra Countee, M.S. 
Alice Feinberg, M.S. 
Laura B. Hoffman 
Margarita C. Klug, B.S. 
Carol H. Shaw, M.A. 
Lorna J. Spearman 
Alice R. Trie, B.S. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Elaine Bertles, B.S. 
Laurelee Hawkins 
Wendy R. Levine, B.S. 
Sheryl Westcott 



Physical Therapy 



Professor 

Mary E. Callahan (director of program). R.N., Clinton Hospital, 1937; R.P.T., Posse 
College, 1940; B.S., New York University, 1950; M.A., Columbia, 1955 



126 REHABILITATION MEDICINE • SURGERY 



Associate Professors 



Ruth Dickinson (associate director of program). B.S., Russell Sage, 1944; M.A., 

Columbia, 1947 
Althea M. Jones. B.S., Panzer College of Physical Education, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 

1972 



Assistant Professor 

Bernadette Hecox. B.S., Columbia, 1968; M.A., 1973 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 
Theodore Corbitt, M.A. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Margaret Beyda, B.S. 
Marion Marx, M.A. B.S. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Georgia Nesbit Reidel, B.S. 
Diane Zuck, B.A. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Joan Belding, B.S. 
Jewel Derin, B.S. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

Lida Derzookian, B.S. 
Ann B. Edgar, B.S. 
Pamela Harris 
James Kruse, M.S. 
Joan Smith, B.S. 



Surgery 

Valentine Mott Professor and Johnson & Johnson Distinguished 
Professor and Chairman 

Keith Reemtsma. B.S., Idaho State, 1945; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1949 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Frank Gump. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., New York University, 1955 

David V. Habif (Morris and Rose Milstein Professor). B.S., Columbia, 1936; M.D. 

1939 
Frederic P. Herter (Hugh Auchincloss Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Robert B. Hiatt. B.S., Wilmington, 1938; M.D., Cincinnati, 1942 
Thomas C. King. B.A., Utah, 1950; M.D., 1954; M.A., Missouri, 1963 
John M. Kinney. B.A., Denison, 1943; M.D., Harvard, 1946 
Thomas J. Krizek. B.S. Marquette, 1954; M.D., 1957; M.A., Yale, 1974 
John B. Price, Jr. M.A., Texas, 1948; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1950 
Thomas V. Santulli. B.S., Columbia, 1935; M.D., Georgetown, 1939 



Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Harold G. Barker. B.A., Utah, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1943 
Bard Cosman. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1955 
James R. Malm. B.A., Princeton, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1946 
Arthur B. Voorhees, Jr. B.A., Virginia, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 



Associate Professor 

Mark A. Hardy. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 



SURGERY 127 

Associate Professor of Pathology 

Nicole Suciu-Foca. B.S., Bucharest (Rumania), 1954; M.S., 1960; Ph.D., 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Joseph A. Buda. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

Richard N. Edie. B.A., Princeton, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

Carl R. Feind. B.A., Texas, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Alfred Jaretzki III. B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D.,1944 

Alfred M. Markowitz. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 

1952 
Frederick R. Randall. B.S., Howard, 1942; M.D., 1945 
Francis C. Symonds, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 
Bashir Ahmad Zikria. B.S., George Washington, 1954; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1958 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Hugh Auchincloss, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 

Charles W. Findlay. B.A., Yale, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Kenneth Forde. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

David M. Ju. M.D., National Medical College (Shanghai), 1944; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 

1954 
Sven Kister. B.A., Dartmouth, 1955; M.D., Harvard, 1958 
John N. Schullinger. B.A., Princeton, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
Philip D. Wiedel. B.S., Cannes (France), 1934; B.A., Columbia. 1938; M.D., 1941 

Senior Research Associate 

William H. Dobelle. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1964; Ph.D., Utah, 1974 

Senior Research Associate of Biochemistry 

David Elwyn. B.A., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1950 

Assistant Professors 

David Bregman. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1965 
Paul Lo Gerfo. B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1961; M.S., 1963; M.D., State 

University of New York (Upstate), 1967 
Henry M. Spotnitz. B.A., Harvard, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Irving Goodman. B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 1944 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Robert G. Bertsch. B.A., Carleton, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
Ivo P. Janecka. M.D., Charles (Prague), 1965 



128 SURGERY 



Assistant Clinical Professor 

Paul H. Gerst. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 1952 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Richard J. Gusberg, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Malayappa Jeevanandam, Ph.D. 
Duncan L. McCollester, Ph.D. 
Shanta M. Modak, M.D., Ph.D. 
Ben T. Sandler, M.D. 
Otto A. Szekely 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Vincent W. Ansanelli, M.D. 
Alfred A. Azzoni, M.D. 
Robert G. Blabey, M.D. 
Harold M. Brack, M.D. 
Sherman M. Bull, M.D. 
Roman Nowygrod, M.D. 
Charles A. Slanetz, M.D. 
Phillip W. Thieman, M.D. 
James S. Todd, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Jerald Ray Evans, M.D. 
Gregory F. Klomp, M.D. 
Rita Lipton, B.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Frank J. Flammino, Ph.D. 
David C. Henderson, Ph.D. 
Hiroshi Hashiguchi, M.D. 
Charles Marrin, M.B.B.S. 
Esther Meyer, M.A. 
Kazunari Satake 
Joseph Turkel, Ph.D. 
Calvin Y. H. Wong, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
William A. Gardner, M.D. 
Raffaele Lattes, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Shivaji B. Bhonslay, M.D. 

George Escher, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

David A. Blumenstock. B.A., Union (Schenectady), 1949; M.D., Cornell, 1953 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Rodman D. Carter (in Urology). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
John E. Olson. B.A., Kansas, 1953; M.D., 1956 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Roger W. MacMillan III. B.S., Trinity, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Edward J. Carey, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
James Bordley IV, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harold P. Freeman. B.A., Catholic, 1954; M.D., Howard, 1958 



SURGERY 129 



Associate Clinical Professors 



David M. Carberry. 
John E. Hutchinson. 
Robert F. Morton. 
John W. Parker, Jr. 
Eugene T. Quash. 



Ph.D., Providence, 1947; M.D., Jefferson, 1951 

B.S., Morehouse, 1953; M.D., Meharri/, 1957 
M.D., Meharry, 1944 

B.A., Fisk, 1942; M.D., Meharry, 1945 
B.S., College of the City of New York, 1943; M.D., Howard, 1946 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Barbara Barlow. B.A., New York University, 1946; D.D.S., Columbia, 1950; M.D., 
1953 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Salvatore G. Cinque. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1943; M.D., Loyola, 

1946 
Jacob K. Crittenden. M.D., Kentucky, 1971 
James E. C. Norris. B.A., Hampton Institute, 1953; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 

1957 
Ruben Oropeza. B.S., Mexico, 1948; M.D., 1955 
Carlton E. Patrick. M.D., University of the Saar (Hamburg, Germany), 1957 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Robert W. Schick. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York Medical College, 1952 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Matthew D. Branche, M.D. 
Eustace E.S. Corbin, M.D. 
S. Jerome Dickinson, M.D. 
Rajinder Gandhi, M.D. 
Urbano K. Guarin, M.D. 
Malcolm Moley, M.D. 
Vincent Porter, M.D. 
Lawrence E. Taylor, M.D. 
Pierre G. Van Bockstaele, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
SURGERY 

James Bordley, M.D. 

Egel Francois, M.D. 

Ganepola A. Ganepola, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Edoardo Giuliani, M.D. 
Robert W. Holtzman, M.D. 
Avtar S. Josen, M.D. 
Barnett Miller, M.D. 
John R. Nailor, M.D. 
Max Yergan, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

George V. DiGiocinto, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
NEUROSURGERY 

Michael Rapak, M.D. 
Gurmukh S. Walha, M.D. 



At Overlook Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Richard W. Brenner. B.A., Princeton, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

David Befeler. B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Robert Specht. B.A., Princeton, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1946 



130 SURGERY 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES {continued) ASSOCIATES (continued) 

SURGERY Frank F. Kaiser, M.D. Lester Silver, M.D. 

Bruce J. Brener, M.D. Robert E. Knapp, M.D. Jerome Spivack, M.D. 

John H. Cooper, M.D. Daniel L. Moore, M.D. John V. Triolo, M.D. 

Douglas M. Costabile, M.D. Saverio J. Panzarino, M.D. E. Bruce Whitesell, M.D. 

Victor D'Ambrosio, M.D. Morton Perkoff, M.D. Charles J. Wittmann, Jr., M.D. 
John Joseph Hudock, M.D. 

At Roosevelt Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Walter Wichern. B.S., Mount Union, 1942; M.D., Harvard, 1945 

Associate Clinical Professors 

William H. Cassebaum. B.A., Cornell, 1927; M.D., 1931 

Richard G. Eaton. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1951; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1955 

Joseph Ford. B.A., Harvard, 1942; M.D., Columbia, 1945 

Charles C. Harrold, Jr. B.S., Georgia, 1937; M.D., Harvard, 1941 

Adrian Lambert, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1930; M.D., Columbia, 1934 

J. William Littler. M.D., Duke, 1942 

Cedric J. Priebe, Jr. B.S., Fordham, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

James B. Rodgers. B.A., Virginia, 1944; M.D., 1948 

Thomas S. Royster. B.A., North Carolina, 1940; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1943 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

H. Clay Alexander. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1961 

John T. Brennan, Jr. M.D., Harvard, 1950 

Thomas Dailey. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Cornell, 1961 

Paul D. Harris. B.A., Princeton, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

William V. Healey, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

James A. MacDonald. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Robert J. Mulcare. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

James H. Terry, Jr. B.S., Arizona, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

T. Scudder Winslow, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1938; M.D., Cornell, 1942 

Chin Bor Yeoh. B.A., Yale, 1953; M.D., Harvard, 1957 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Clarence A. Dunn, Jr., M.D. 
John J. Keyser, M.D. 
Richard A. Marks, M.D. 
Walter H. Stingle, M.D. 

At St. Luke's Hospital 

Professor of Surgery 

Hugh F. Fitzpatrick (Clark Professor). Creighton, 1942; M.D., 1943 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Richard B. Stark. B.A., Stanford, 1936; M.D., Cornell, 1941 



SURGERY . UROLOGY 131 



Associate Professor of Microbiology 

George A. Hashim. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Associate Clinical Professors 

George E. Green. B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D.. 1965 
W. Graham Knox. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., 1942 
Robert E. McCabe. B.A., Williams, 1948; M.D., Cornell, 1953 
Edward G. Stanley-Brown. M.D., Pennsylvania, 1948 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Peter A. Bossart. B.A., Muhlenberg, 1947; M.D., Cornell, 1951 

Robert T. Edmunds. B.A., Harvard, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Conrad G. Lattes. B.S., Swarthmore, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Haroutane A. Mekhjian. B.S., American (Beirut), 1961; M.D., 1965 

Robert E. Miller. B.A., New York University, 1953; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1957 
Howard R. Nay. B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 
Carl S. Oakman. B.A., Harvard, 1933; M.D., Tufts, 1943 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

SURGERY 

Charles R. Blair, M.D. 

Peter B. Cinelli, M.D. 

Clayton, R. De Haan, M.D. 

Peter B. Fodor, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Philip E. Gordon, M.D. 
Leif O. Holgersen, M.D. 
Joshua M. Kaplan, M.D. 
Danne R. Lorieo, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Paul I. Tomljanovich, M.D. 
Hiroshi Washio, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Mikio Kamiyama, Ph.D. 



Urology 



Professor and Chairman 

John K. Lattimer. B.A., Columbia, 1935; M.D., 1938; Med.Sc.D., 1943 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Urology 

Ralph J. Veenema. B.A., Calvin, 1952; M.D., Jefferson, 1945 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Myron Tannenbaum. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.S., 1955; Ph.D., 1957; 
M.D., Chicago, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Urology 

Peter J. Puchner. B.A., Carleton, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Nicholas A. Romas. B.A., Colgate, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Aurelio Uson. M.D., Barcelona (Spain), 1950 



132 UROLOGY 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Stanley B. Braham. B.A., Columbia, 1944; M.D., 1947 
Frank W. Longo. B.S., Maryland, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Myron S. Roberts. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., State University of New York 
(Upstate), 1954 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Philip Tomashefsky. Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Urology 

John D. Birkoff. B.A., Harvard, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Terry W. Hensle. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1964; M.D., Cornell, 1968 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Elliot L. Cohen. B.A., New York University, 1963; M.D., Chicago, 1967 

Peter N. De Sanctis. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.D., Boston, 1962 

J. Timothy Donovan. M.D., New York Medical College, 1948 

Louis J. Dougherty. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1954 

John P. Grant. B.A., Amherst, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Michael W. Justice. B.A., Kansas, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Michael H. Wechsler. B.S., Trinity (Connecticut), 1961; M.D., St. Louis, 1965 

Robert R. White. B.A., Amherst, 1949; M.D., Rochester, 1954 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 

UROLOGY UROLOGY UROLOGY 

Charles E. Umhey, Jr., Frederick S. Dick, M.D. John C. Byrne, M.D. 

M.D. Leonard J. Rudin, M.D. Robert L. Pickens, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE SPECIAL LECTURER 

Stanford Pulrang, M.D. Bruno Fingerhut, M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Rodman D. Carter. B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL UROLOGY 
Bruce MacDonald, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Harold A. Games. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1944; M.D., Howard, 1951 



At Overlook Hospital 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL UROLOGY ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Kenneth L. Day, M.D. Joseph S. Ritter, M.D. 

Pascal A. Pironti, M.D. Morey Wosnitzer, M.D. 



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At Roosevelt Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Perrin B. Snyder. B.S., New York University, 1929; M.D., 1933 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

William J. Nelson. B.A., Williams, 1945; M.D., New York Medical College, 1946 
Robert D. Wickham. B.A., Drew, 1947; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1952 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL UROLOGY 
James W. Vastola, M.D. 



At St. Luke's Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Russell W. Lavengood, Jr. B.A., St. Joseph's (Indiana), 1947; M.D., Louisville, 1951 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology 

Manuel Fernandes. M.D., Coimbra (Portugal), 1956 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Joseph N. Ward. M.B., B.Ch., University College (Dublin), 1949 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS (continued) INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

UROLOGY Alfred F. Fretz, M.D. Alexander Sotiropoulos, 

Arumbi P. Subramaniam, Waleed G. Maloof, M.D. M.D. 

M.D. Constantine Photos, M.D. Rudolph D. Talarico, M.D. 

William R. Pitts, Jr., M.D. 
INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL u r, D *■ ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 

UROLOGY Joseph D. Putignano, urology 

Philip C. Cea, M.D. ^D- Abas Rezvani, M.D. 

Harry S. David, M.D. 



First- Year Postgraduate Appointments: 
Class of 1979 



Aisen, Paul S. Case Western Reserve University Hospitals, Cleveland, Ohio. Medi- 
cine 
Alexander, David T. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Arden, James R. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, New Hamp- 
shire. Medicine 
Barry, Elizabeth. Brookdale Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York. Medicine 
Barry, M. Anita. Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
Barton, Brooke M. University of California, Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Institute, 

Los Angeles, California. Psychiatry 
Bassett, Mary T. Harlem Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Becker, Mary Alice. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Bernstein, Debra J. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Pediatrics 
Bisserup, Robert S.. Harlem Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Bitetti, Janice M. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Blumenthal, Celia B. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Boucher, Ralph A. Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Medicine 
Boxhill, Agnes M. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Brandt-Rauf, Paul W. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pathology 
Brin, Mitchell F. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Cadet, Jean L. Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey. Flexible 
Cafferty, Maureen S. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Cali, Michael D. Montefiore Hopsital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Camras, Carl B. Los Angeles County Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, Califor- 
nia. Medicine 
Chodos, Joel E. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Cogen, Fran R. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Conway, Stephen R. Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia. Medicine 
Craig, Michael J. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Creger, Philip S. Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Francisco, California. Medicine 
Csete, Marie E. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
De Felipo, Noel P. Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Surgery 
Di Biase, John J. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Surgery 
Diefenbach, William P. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Surgery 
Edinburgh, David M. University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, 

Texas. Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Evans, Walter F. University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, 

Texas. Obstretics and Gynecology 
Flick, Jonathan A. Case Western Reserve University Hospitals, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Pediatrics 
Forem, Sandra L. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Francomano, Thomas J. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Sur- 
gery 
Frankel, Etta B. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Pediatrics 
Gilbard, Jeffrey P. Stanford University Hospital, Stanford, California. Medicine 
Gordon, Kimberly. Hospitals of the University Health Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia. Pediatrics 
Grelsamer, Ronald P. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Surgery 
Harary, Albert M. University of Miami Affiliated Hospitals, Miami, Florida. Medi- 
cine 
Hensel, Bruce M. University of California, Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los 
Angeles, California. Psychiatry 



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Holmberg, Scott D. Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence, Rhode 

Island. Medicine 
Horowitz, Nina R. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, New Haven, Connecticut. Sur- 
gery 
Hradesky, Christine L. Los Angeles Counts/ Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, 

California. Psychiatry 
Jacobs, Michael A. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. Surgery 
Jacobson, Ira M. University of California Hospitals, San Francisco, California. Medi- 
cine 
Johnson, Lawrence P. University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, 

Texas. Surgery 
Jozefowicz, Ralph F. Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York. Medicine 
Kahn, David A. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Kahn, Jeffrey P. Overlook Hospital, Summit New Jersey. Flexible 
Katz, Martha E. Montefiore Hospital Center, New York, New York. Family Prac- 
tice 
Kelsey, Peter B. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Knapp, Albert B. Bronx Municipal Hospital, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Knox, Karen B. St. Louis University Group Hospitals, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics 

and Gynecology 
Korn, Jane E. University of Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Medicine 
Kosovsky, Karen A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Kucharchik, Thomas. Medical University of South Carolina Hospitals, Charleston, 

South Carolina. Family Practice 
Kudlak, Theresa T. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Kurth, Donald J. The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Surgery 
Kwiatkowski, David J. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachu- 
setts. Medicine 
Labinson, Robert M. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Lamm, Joel L. Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco, California. Medicine 
Lee, David K. P. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Medicine 
Lehman, Lawrence B. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Leibowitz, Steven. Stanford University Hospital, Stanford, California. Medicine 
Leventhal, Jeanne L. New York University Medical Center, New York, New 

York. Psychiatry 
Levitan, Sara A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Levitt, Lynn C. University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia. Surgery 
Li, Lawrence. Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina. Family 

Practice 
Liskin, Barbara A. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Litsky, Alan S. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, New Hamp- 
shire. Surgery 
Lowe, Franklin C. The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Surgery 
McCrimons, Daniel E. Children's Memorial Hospital of Northwestern University, 

Chicago, Illinois. Pediatrics 
McDonald, Patricia A. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Flexible 
Madoff , Robert D. University of Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sur- 
gery 
Manson, Carolyn. Beth Israel Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Marchese, Anne C. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Mark, Laurence P. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Marks, Elizabeth L. New York University -Veterans Administration Hospital, New 
York, New York. Medicine 



136 FIRST-YEAR POSTGRADUATE APPOINTMENTS: CLASS OF 1979 



Martin, Eva. University of California (Irvine) Affiliated Hospitals, Irvine, Califor- 
nia. Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Matsuba, Howard M. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Merkow, Robert L. Hennepin County General Hospital, Minneapolis, Minneso- 
ta. Surgery 
Miller, Andrew D. Los Angeles County Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, Califor- 
nia. Pediatrics 
Miller, Ronald W. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Morrison, David S. University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. Surgery 
Muncaster, Richard B. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New 

York. Surgery 
Orell, Jeffrey A. Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut. Medicine 
Orenstein, Harry H. New York University Medical Center, New York, New 

York. Surgery 
Packer, Michael G. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, New Haven, Connecti- 
cut. Surgery 
Palmisano, Joanne J. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medi- 
cine 
Perez, Nydia E. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Peyser, Karen E. Case Western Reserve University Hospitals, Cleveland, Ohio. Pe- 
diatrics 
Polan, H. Jonathan. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Psychiatry 
Pollack, David M. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Pollack, Geoffrey J. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Pollack, Steven A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Purcell, Ralph N. Baylor College Affiliated Hospitals, Houston, Texas. Medicine 
Quarnstrom, Thomas J. Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Family 

Practice 
Raiken, Deborah F. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia. Pediatrics 
Ronner, Hilary J. Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey. Flexible 
Rosenstein, Dwight. North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, New York. Medi- 
cine 
Ross, Alan B. University of California Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Obstetrics 

and Gynecology 
Rubinstein, Alina A. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Psychia- 
try 
Russo, Paul. Washington University Affiliated Hospitals, St. Louis, Missouri. Sur- 
gery 
Satlin, Lisa M. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Scerbo, James A. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Medicine 
Schlesinger, Mark P. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Schwartz, Harold I. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Psychiatry 
Sciascia, Thomas R. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Medicine 
Seaman, Cheryl. New York Hospital- Westchester Division, White Plains, New 

York. Psychiatry 
Sebag, Jerry. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California. Medicine 
Seitz, William H. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Shapiro, David M. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Surgery 
Shea, Steven J.C. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Siegel, Robert E. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 



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Siegfried, Virginia A. University of California Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology 
Silbert, Glenn R. Beth Israel Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Sinns, Katherine B. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Pediat- 
rics 
Sims, Nathaniel M. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Sur- 
gery 
Stackhouse, Thomas G. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, 

Michigan. Orthopedic Surgery 
Stark, Barbara J. University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, 

Texas. Medicine 
Stein, H. David. Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey. Flexible 
Sternfeld, Nancy L. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Stevens, Laurie A. New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Sur- 
gery 
Stork, Linda C. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Struthers, Charlene M. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Pathol- 
ogy 
Stuchiner, David J. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Psy- 
chiatry 
Sulis Carol A. Roger Williams Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. Medicine 
Sybert, Peter E. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California. Medicine 
Taus, Richard H. Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Medicine 
Thane, Michael W. Roger Williams Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. Medicine 
Werner, Morgan S. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Medicine 
Wissel, Pauls. Ohio State University Hospitals, Columbus, Ohio. Medicine 
Witzel, Phyllis B. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Pediatrics 
Wormser, Andrew C. Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York. Medicine 
Yacovone, Joseph F. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Flexible 
Zatzkis, Mark A. University of California Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Medi- 
cine 
Zolnick, Lawrence A. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Zuflacht, Richard N. Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, lllimios. Medicine 

Student Roster: Class of 1980 

Ahlborn, Thomas Nesbitt Wilmette, 111. B.A., Harvard, 1975 

Allan, Anne Elizabeth Wilmington, Del. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1976 

Anderson, Nancy Ann New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 

Anthony, Kent Ervin Cleveland, Tenn. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Apfelbaum, Terri Francine New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 

Appel, Rena Lee New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1972 

Bello, Jacqueline Anne Rye, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1976 

Berkeley, Hope Ann Jersey City, N.J. B.A., Barnard, 1972 

Bernstein, Carol Ann Holywood, Fla. B.A., BrynMawr, 1969 

Bernstein, Wendy Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1976 

Bluh, Donald Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1973 

Blumenkehl, Mark Lewis Paterson, N.J. B.A., Brooklyn College, 1976 

Boakye-Adjei, Oheneba Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn College, 1976 

Bogen, Craig Alan Coram, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1976 

Bransford, Kent Jackson Anaheim, Calif. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1976 

Brudney, Karen Florence Cambridge, Mass. B.A., Yale, 1973 

Cartelli, Nancy Ann Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Hunter, 1976 



138 STUDENT ROSTER: CLASS OF 1980 



Casper, Theodore Pearl River, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1976 
Chow, John Hei-Sing Corona, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1976 
Cohen, David Eliot Teaneck, N.J. B.A., Wesleyan, 1976 

Cuadros, Cesar Luis Santa Monica, Calif. B.S., California (Los Angeles), 1975 
Czaj a, Mark James Natick, Mass. B. A., Yale, 1976 
Danso, Alex Kingsley New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

Davey, Richard Thomas Dix Hills, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1976 
DeAngelis, Lisa Marie New Haven, Conn. Wellesley 
Deland, Jonathan Thorndike Darien, Conn. B. A., Harvard, 1976 
Delaney, Kathleen Ann Los Angeles, Calif. B.S., California (Irvine), 1972 
Dennison, Allen Mansfield Bronx, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1975 
Dillon, Peter Riverside, Conn. B.S., Harvard, 1976 
Dolinsky, Paul Arthur Hartford, Conn. B.S., Tufts, 1976 
Downey, Richard Stuart New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Dubin, Leslie Beryl New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Dwosh, Jack White Sulfur Springs, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1976 
Ecker, Kendrik Michel Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Princeton, 1975 
Engler, Alan Michael Weston, Mass. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Epner, Elliot M. North Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1976 
Epstein, Joel Harvey Albertson, N.Y. B. A., Sarah Lawrence, 1976 
Fakharzadeh, Frederick F. Teaneck, N.J. B.A., Cornell, 1976 
Farrell, Matthew Michael Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Manhattan, 1974 
Fehrs, Laura J. Armonk, N.Y. B.A., Kirkland, 1976 
Feiman, Nancy Beth New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Feller, Matthew Frederick Bayside, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1976 
Fisher, William A. Bantam, Conn. B.S., Yale, 1976 
Fithian, Eileen Marie Lititz, Pa. B.A., Pittsburgh, 1972 
Flamm, Michael Jay New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Fox, Joyce Ellen New York, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1976 
Fox, Susan C. New York, N.Y. B.S., Ohio State, 1971 
Friedmann, Martin Lewis North Salem, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1973 
Gardine, Robert Louis Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Gelfand, Janice Marcy Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1975 
Geller, Peter Levine Brookside, N.J. B.A., Harvard, 1971 
Genkins, Steven Mark New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Geraci, Kira Antonia Malverne, N.Y. B.A., Adelphi, 1976 
Goland, Robin Stephanie Skokie, 111. B.A., Radcliffe, 1976 
Goodrich, James B.S., California (Irvine), 1974 
Graney, John Francis Swarthmore, Pa. B.A., Swarthmore, 1973 
Griffin, Patrick Herbert Tulsa, Okla. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Grundfest, Warren Scott Belleville, N.J. B.A., Swarthmore, 1975 
Hamm, Peter Gerard Washington, D.C. B. A., Princeton, 1976 
Handlin, David Stephen North Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1976 
Handwerger, Sandra Dee N. Bellmore, N.Y. B.A., Vassar, 1976 
Hardy, Howard Wesley III Washington, D.C. B.A., Harvard, 1976 
Harris, David Alan Beverly Hills, Calif. B.S., Yale, 1976 
Herbert, Robert Alan Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Hollenberg, James Paul Great Neck, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1976 
Holes, Richard Eric West Hartford, Conn. B.S., Trinity, 1976 
Howell, John Taylor III Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. B.S., Princeton, 1976 
Hurwitz, Samuel Michael Hamden, Conn. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Ilowsky, Barbara P. Highland Park, N.J. S.M., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1976 
Jacobson, Wendy Nan Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1976 
Kawata, Carol Lynn Los Angeles, Calif. B. A., Stanford, 1976 



STUDENT ROSTER: CLASS OF 1980 139 



Kiest, Curtis Alan Portland, Ore. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

Kumaki, David James Dolton, 111. B.A., Chicago, 1976 

Langendorf, Frederick New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1973 

LaPook, Jonathan David Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1975 

La Sala, Patrick Cedar Grove, N.J. B.S., St. Peter's, 1975 

Lauderdale, Bradley Tenafly, N.J. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

'Lee, Dennis Elliott Rochester, N.Y. B.S., Brown, 1976 

Leff, Steven Russell Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Legant, Paul Morris Tempe, Ariz. B.A., Whittier, 1970 

Levin, Daniel H. Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Lewis, Barbara Ann Shorewood, Wis. B.A., Wisconsin, 1975 

Lipkin, Alan Frederick Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Rochester, 1976 

Lipschitz, Sherman Scott Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Lipson, Mindy Ann St. Paul, Minn. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1976 
Lurio, Joseph G. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Lyle, Henry Richard Nutting Lake, Mass. B. A., Harvard, 1976 
McCann, Peter Damion New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1975 
Macchi, Paul J. Westchester, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
McCluskey, Leo Francis West Paterson, N.J. B.S., Boston, 1976 
Mackenzie, Jane Atkinson Greenfield, N.H. B.S., Brown, 1976 
McKinley, George Franklin Glasgow, Ky. B.A., Louisville, 1976 
Malin, Barnet David Beverly Hills, Calif. B.A., Brown, 1976 
Mandelbaum, David B.A., Columbia, 1964 

Manelis, Jocelyn Beth Fall River, Mass. B.A., Wellesley, 1976 
Maxwell, Celia J. New York, N.Y. B.S., Hunter, 1973 
Mazzeo, Vincent Paul Brookville, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Minikes, Neil Ira Jericho, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1974 
Moley, Jeffrey Fletcher Quogue, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1976 
Morris, Valery Lois New Milford, N.J. B. A., Princeton, 1976 
Murphy-Chutorian, Douglas Roger Queens, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1976 
Navia, Bradford Armando Ridgewood, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Newman, Bernard Patrick III Nanuet, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1976 
Nunez, Domingo C. New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
O'Connell, Genevieve Cecilia Waterbury, Conn. B.A., Connecticut, 1972 
O'Laughlin, Martin Pius Kansas City, Mo. B.A., Harvard, 1976 
Oliver, Dennis Carey Delhi, N.Y. B.S., Georgetown, 1976 
Orentriech, David Scott New York, N.Y. B.S., Hobart, 1976 
Pankewycz, Oleh George New Brunswick, N.J. B.S., Rutgers, 1976 
Paradis, Marc Andre Belmont, Mass. B.A., Holy Cross, 1976 
Parnes, Anita Lynn New York, N.Y. B.A., Radcliffe, 1976 
Paul, Matthew David Teaneck, N.J. B.A., Wesleyan, 1975 
Pfeffer, Sondra Jane New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 
Quevedo, Jonathan Paul Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Fordham, 1976 
Radin, Arthur Irwin Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Ressa, Ames Daniel Port Washington, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1976 
Roman, Mary Jean Indianapolis, Ind. B.A., Barnard, 1974 
Romano, Angela Antonia Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Barnard, 1976 
Rosenfield, Suzanne Syosset, N.Y. B. A., Sarah Lawrence, 1975 
Rubenfeld, Marian Ruth Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 

Rund, Deborah Gasner New York, N.Y. B.A., City College of New York, 1970 
Saber, William Leland Freeport, N.Y. B. A., Hampshire, 1976 
Sahar, David I. Rutherford, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1975 
Sakwa, Marc Peter Southfield, Mich. B.A., Brown, 1976 
Schiz, Steven L. Valley Stream, N.Y. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1976 
Schlam, Julia Frances Oradell, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1976 



140 STUDENT ROSTER: CLASS OF 1980 • CLASS OF 1981 



Schloss, Stephen Bertram Forest Hills, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1976 

Schulz, Danielle Eve Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Smith, 1976 

Scott, Wendell O. Randolph, Mass. B.S., Tufts, 1976 

Segal, Michael Myer Cambridge Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

Serdarevic, Olivera Natalie Goshen, N.Y. B. A., Barnard, 1976 

Shapiro, Peter Andrew Chicago, 111. B.A., Princeton, 1976 

Sharanevych, Irene Sophia Irvington, N.J. B.A., Rutgers, 1976 

Softness, Barney Glen Cove, N.Y. B. A., Amherst, 1976 

Solomon, Meryl Levey Bronx, N.Y. B.A., City College of New York, 1976 

Starker, Paul Matthew Nyack, N.Y. B.S., Harvard, 1976 

Steinberg, Robin Faith Long Beach, N.Y. B. A., Smith 1976 

Sullivan, Mary Anna Lowell, Mass. B.A., Dartmouth, 1976 

Swiderski, Deborah M. Syracuse, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1971 

Talbot, Paul Anthony Queens, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1975 

Teichman, Sam Leopold Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Thomas, Natalia Elena Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Radcliffe, 1976 

Ultmann, Monica Chicago, 111. B.A., Oberlin, 1975 

Waltner, Nancy Madeleine New York, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1976 

Wescoe, Sibyl Douglas, Kan. B.A., Kansas, 1975 

Weinstock, Ruth B.A., Smith, 1974 

West, Sally Agnes. New York, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1973 

Wiznia, Andrew Alan. Little Neck, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1976 

Yellin, Tova Gail. Aurora, 111. B.A., Barnard, 1976 

Zeidel, Mark Lawrence. Waitsfield, Vt. B.S., M.S., Yale, 1976 

Zwas, Felice Rosel. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 

Student Roster: Class of 1981 

Adams, Roberta Harris. BronxvilPe, N.Y. B.S., Antioch, 1977 

Aiken, Brenda. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Aldea, Gabriel-Sorin. New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Altshuler, Steven Lane. Englewood, N.J. B.A., Rochester, 1977 

Amador, Jorge Luis. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1975 

Apfelbaum, Mark. New York, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Appleton, Abraham T. Englewood, N.J. B.A., Yeshiva, 1976 

Aranow, Robert Bittman Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Arildsen, Ronald Curtis Endicott, N.Y. B.S., M.S., Yale, 1977 

Auletta, Maria Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.S., St. Francis, 1977 

Ausubel, Kalman Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Bauman, Phillip Allen Larchmont, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1976 

Beane, Susan Jo Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Beitz, Julie Germaine Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Blackwood, Roland Alexander New Rochelle, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Booth, Richard Linn Cambridge, Ohio B. A., Princeton, 1977 

Broom, Michael Joseph Sudbury, Mass. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Butler, Annette Louise Laurelton, N.Y. B.S., Queens, 1977 

Byrne, Jeffrey Michael Sherborn, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts, 1977 

Cagliostro, Stephen Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Capaldo, Maria Elena New York, N.Y. B.S., Hunter, 1970 

Carson, JoAnn Monroe, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Castiglione, Charles L. Hamden, Conn. B.A., Yale, 1977 

Chandra, Elizabeth Stuart New York, N.Y. B.A., Gaucher, 1972 

Clinton, Henry Louis New York, B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Cohen, Paul Jay Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Cohen, Ron New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 



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Collymore, Victor Alvin Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Colon-Linares, Juan Ponce, Puerto Rico Iowa 

Cotto, Sonla Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Cutillo, Robert Paul Montclair, N.J. B.S., Georgetown, 1977 

Degreef, Gustav Lido Beach, N.Y. B.A., Hofstra, 1976 

Deluty, Sheldon Howard Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Devinsky, Orrin South Orange, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Diao, Edward Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Diaz, Angela New York, N.Y. City College of New York, 1976 

Dick, Alison B. Westbury, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1977 

Drucker, Elizabeth Anne San Mateo, Calif. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Drury, Bernard J. Santa Barbara, Calif. B.S., San Francisco, 1975 

Ehrlich, Carol Margaret New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Elliott, Deirdre Davina New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1977 

Esposito, Robert M. Uniondale, N.Y. B.A., Adelphi, 1974 

Feit, David Louis Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1977 

Feld, Randy Jay Massapequa Park, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 

Flatow, Evan Lloyd New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Freedman, Susan Dee Palo Alto, Calif. B. A., Yale. 1975 

Freyberg, Christopher Wm. Pleasantville, N.Y. B.S., Wisconsin, 1977 

Garrett, Jeffrey S. Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1977 

Gendler, Ellen Caryn Bellmore, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1977 

Gertler, Jonathan Paul New York, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1977 

Glantz, Sanford David Rosedale, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1977 

Goldberg, David Michael Stamford, Conn. B.A., Yale, 1974 

Goldstein, Nannette Buffalo, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1973 

Golub, Robert Matthew Newburgh, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Gravallese, Ellen M. Andover, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Grossl, Eugene Andrew New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Grunberg, Eva Lillian Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1977 

Hayes, Dewleen Gay Atherton, Calif. B.A., Stanford, 1968 

Holubowitch, Edward J. Warwick, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Hresko, Michael Timothy Flint, Mich. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

Katzman, Michael Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Kellman, Howard David Monongahela, Pa. B.A., Stanford, 1974 

Kirby, Mathis Ann Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1977 

Kleiman, Neal Stephen Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Kutscher, Martin Lyle Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Kwon, Peter Heejoon, Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1977 
Landaw, Irene Sarah Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Purchase), 1976 
Landy, Harold Stephen New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1972 
Le, XuanHaThi Clarence, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Buffalo), 1977 
Lee, Timothy Leslie Sacramento, Calif. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1977 
Lehmann, Harold Philip New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 
Levin, Marc Stephen New Rochelle, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1977 
Levine, Alice Carla New York, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Albany), 1973 
Lipman, Steve Paul Huntington, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 
Louard, Rita Jean Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1976 
Lowy, Israel Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 
Lubka, Rhonda Hartford, Conn. B.A., Barnard, 1977 
Ludwig, Robert Lewis Merrick, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 
Mackey, Steven Lee South Columbus, Ohio B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Marshall, Mitchell H. New York, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1974 
Miro, Claudio Lazaro West Orange, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1977 



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Moss, Barbara Ann Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1967 

Moy, Larry Bronx, N.Y. B.S., City College of New York, 1977 

Muraszko, Karin Marie New Providence, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Murphy, Stephen Gerard North Attleboro, Mass. B.S., Columbia, 1977 

Muschel, MichaelJ. Monsey, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Nercessian, Ohannes A. Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Lehman, 1977 

Nerenstone, Stacy Ruth Iowa City, Iowa B.A., Brown, 1977 

Oppedisano, Carlyn Ann Roslyn Heights, N.Y. B.A., Adelphi, 1977 

Orland, Steven M. Cherry Hill, N.J. B. A., Princeton, 1977 

Ozick, Lisa A. Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., City College of New York, 1977 

Palazzolo, Michael John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Fatsos, Theodore John Canton, Mass. B.A., Brown, 1977 

Pellicone, John Thomas Clinton, Conn. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Peress, Richard Eliot Jamaica, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1977 

Perofsky, Howard Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.A., City College of New York, 1977 

Petchler, Janet Caroline Hamden, Conn. B.A., Vassar, 1976 

Raby, Khether Emile Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1977 

Regan, Raymond Francis Edgewater, N.J. B.A., Rutgers, 1977 

Richmond, Kenneth Herbert Providence, R.I. B.A., Brown, 1971 

Rifkin, Terry Paul Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Roberts, James Michael Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 

Rogers, David Michael East Rockaway, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1977 

Rosenfield, Howard T. Newton Center, Mass. B.A., Brandeis, 1968 

Rosenthal, Robert Bruce West Hartford, Con. B.S., Yale, 1976 

Ross, Richard Steven Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Rozmaryn, Leo Martin Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1977 

Rudolph, Michael Alan Beverly Hills, Calif. B.S., Stanford, 1977 

Sabir, Rafiq New York, N.Y. B.A., City College of New York, 1977 

Sax, Frederic Lee Rosedale, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Scantlebury, Velma Patricia Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Long Island, 1977 

Seely, Ellen Wells New York, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1977 

Shah, Dipti V. Fresh Meadows, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Shear, Michael Peter Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Purchase), 1977 

Shookster, Linda Anne Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Siegel, Robert David Jersey City, N.J. B.A., Lafayette, 1977 

Sisti, Michael Brian Tenafly, N.J. B.S.E., Cooper Union, 1977 

Small, Peter Alan Easton, Conn. B.A., Tufts, 1977 

Smithy, William Brian Brookline, Mass. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Sobelson, Gary Alan North Bellmore, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Solomon, Barry Howard Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. B.S., American (Rome), 1975 

Speert, Peter Klee Brookline, Mass. B.A., Williams, 1966 

Stein, Neil Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Stern, Fredric A. Rockville Centre, N.Y. B.A., B.S., Tufts, 1977 

Stoler, Joan Marilyn Brookline, Mass. B.S., Brandeis, 1977 

Stone, Gary Carl Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Sulkow, Barbara Lynn B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1974 

Teitelbaum, Joanne New York, N.Y. B.A., Connecticut, 1968 

Valdes, Martin Hialeah, Fla. B.A., Miami, 1977 

Vaughan, Luke Michael Plainview, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Voutsas, Andrea K. Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holy oke, 1977 

Wagman, Robert David Ontario, Canada B. A., Harvard, 1977 

Warren, Susan Enid New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1973 

Wasko, Margery Lynn Bronxville, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1977 

Weidenbaum, Mark Waterford, Conn. B.S., Connecticut, 1977 

Weinstein, Beth New York, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1974 

Weinstock, Martin Arthur Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1977 



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Weiss, Michael Jay Riverdale, N.Y. B.Sc, Bar-Ilan, 1972 

Williams, John Vincent Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., City College of New York, 1977 

Wilson, Scott Numo New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Wiseman, Gloria Diana New York, N.Y. B.S., City College of New York, 1977 

Wood, Charles Macdonald Tenafly, N.J. B.S., Denison, 1976 

Yannopoulos, Aristomenis D. Garden City, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Yepes, Martha Cecilia New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Young, Grace May-En Fairlawn, N.J. B.A., Radcliffe, 1977 

Younger, David Steven Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Michigan, 1976 

Zahl, Kenneth J. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1977 

Zinberg, Joel Michael New York, N.Y. B.A., Swarthmore, 1977 

Zinberg, Jonathan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1977 

Zola, Benjamin Elia West Hartford, Conn. B.A., B.S., Harvard, 1977 

Zollo, Kenneth Allen Farmingdale, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1977 



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Abrams, Elaine Janine Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Princeton, 1978 

Absatz, Michael Glenn Plainview, N.Y. B.E.S., Johns Hopkins, 1978 

Adler, Frederick William New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 

Aldoroty, Robert Arthur Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1976; M.A., Columbia, 

1978 
Almquist, Robert Earl Bergen, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 
Amchin, Jess David Farmingdale, N.Y. B. A., Cornell, 1978 
Andrew, Susan Louise Easthampton, Mass. Sc.B., Brown, 1976 
Aranoff, Jonathan Neil Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Beekman, Karen Press Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Bellin, Eran Yitzchak Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Bernstein, Guy Thomas Short Hills, N.J. B.A., Brown, 1978 
Bezier, Jeffrey Lee Peshtigo, Wis. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Birkenbach, Mark Philip Kildeer, 111. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Blackwell, Thomas Keith Greenville, S.C. B.S., Duke, 1978 
Boruchoff, Susan Elise Newton Centre, Mass. B.A., Radcliffe, 1977 
Brauser, Steven Donald Woodbury, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Brenner, Gail Monsey, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1978 
Brigham, Steven Chase Toledo, Ohio B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1978 
Brooks, Robert Louis Sharpsburg, Md. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1974; M.S., Maryland, 1976; Ph.D., Maryland, 1978 
Brown, Florence M. Evanston, 111. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Bryk, Eli New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Buchness, Mary Ruth Catonsville, Md. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Burns, Elisa Eve Bethpage, N.Y. B.A., Colgate, 1978 
Cammisa, Frank P. Waterbury, Conn. B.S., Tufts, 1978 
Campbell, Susan Elizabeth New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1975 
Cantor, Michael Cary Massapequa, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Cherup, Lori Lyn Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Chua, Streamson, C. Kingston, N.Y. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Clair, Darren Francis New York, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1976 
Cody, William Collins Mountain Lakes, N.J. B.A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Cohen, Jeffrey Lewis Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Dash, Greg I. Cedarhurst, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
del Alcazar, Carlos Oscar North Bergen, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Delfs, Richard Michael Tucson, Ariz. B.A., Arizona, 1976 
Derby, James Alan Schuylerville, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1978 



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Dermody, Terence Shawn Ithaca, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1978 

Delvin, Michael James Bardonia, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 

Downey, Susan E. New York, N.Y. B.A., Smith, 1978 

Doyle, Werner Karim Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 

1978 
Durand, David Bradley Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Easton, Jonathan New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Endow, Curtis S. Stockton, Calif. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1977 
Endrizzi, Donald Peter Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Fabiano, Fredric Boston, Mass. B.S., Boston, 1978 
Feinberg, Richard Ira Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Trinity, 1977 
Fiero, Thomas Patrtick Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 
Fletcher, Christopher Wallace Wellesley, Mass. B.A., Wesleyan, 1978 
Formichella, Donna Jean Bridgeport, Conn. B.S., Providence, 1978 
Frank, David Lawrence Meadowbrook, Pa. B.A., Williams, 1978 
Gelbfish, Gary Alexander Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1978 
Gilchrist, Ian Charles Chappaqua, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Gomez, William New York, N.Y. B.S., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, N.Y., 

1976 
Grant, Gail Patrice Charleston, S.C. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Greenberg, Steven Marc Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Gresalfi, Thomas John Lake Grove, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Griswold, Jonathan DeWitt Stratford, Conn. B.S., M.S., Yale, 1978 
Harmon, Valerie Lorraine Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Brown, 1978 
Harrington, William Neelis Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1974 
Hart, Craig Parsippany, N.J. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1973 
Honig, Peter K. Bellerose, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Hutt, Douglas Allen Irvington, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Jabs, Kathy Lee Bristol, Conn. B.S., Trinity, 1978 
Jackness, Emily New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Karasik, Pamela Ellen Old Westbury, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Kessler, Paul David New York, N.Y. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1976 
King, Dennis K. Daytona Beach, Fla. B.A., Middlebury, 1978 
Knoll, Charles L. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1978 
Krauss, Eugene Steven Old Westbury, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 
Krug, Joseph Hoffmann Englewood, N.J. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Levens, David Jon Newton Centre, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1978 
Levenson, Risa Catherine New York, N.Y. B.A., Radcliffe, 1978 
Li, Suzanne C. Rosy In, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Licht, Jonathan Daniel Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Lobel, Leslie Israel New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Low, Julie Ann Belmont, Mass. B.A., Rochester, 1975 
Lustbader, Ian Jay New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1978 
Lynn, Richard Brian Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
McCormick, Paul Christian Rockville, Md., B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Margolis, Steven Fred Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1974 
Markowitz, John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976; M.A., 1978 
Martin, Steven Carey Plainview, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Marzuk, Peter Michael New York, N.Y. Sc.B., Brown, 1978 
Mastropolo, Rosalie Mary Eastchester, N.Y. B.S.N. , Rochester, 1976 
Mazzocchi, Annmarie Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Manhattan, 1978 
Mehalek, Karen Edith Huntington Station, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1978 
Mellstrom, Mark Stanley North Mankato, Minn. B.A., Carleton, 1978 
Mercurio, Mark Randolph Ridgefield, Conn. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Mirski, Anna Marie Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., St. John's, 1978 



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Mitchell, Alfred Ernest Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., Lafayette, 1978 

Moffat, Gertrude Seidel Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1977 

Monasky, Mark Stephen Binghamton, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Potsdam), 1978 

Moscona, Anne Chicago, 111. B.A., Radcliffe, 1978 

Muller, Adrienne Louise Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1978 

Norton, Janet E. Philadelphia, Pa. B. A., Pennsylvania, 1978 

Nussbaum, Monte Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 

Oesterling, Joseph Edwin Greensburg, Ind. B.A., Columbia, 1978 

Olson, Stephen Eric Cooperstown, N.Y. B.A., Hamilton, 1978 

Paul, Edward Mark Hicksville, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 

Pennoyer, Marguerite Anne Portland, Maine B.A., Smith, 1978 

Perez, Wilfredo De La C. Miami, Fla. B.A., Harvard, 1978 

Pfeffer, Deborah Lynn New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 

Philips, Mark Reid Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 

Plotycia, Steven Michael Eggertsville, N.Y. B.S., State University of New York 

(Buffalo), 1978 
Porder, Joseph Bernard New York, N.Y. B.A., Bennington, 1978 
Price, Helen L. Summit, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Quarmby, Robert Altamont, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1974; M.S., Rensse- 
laer Polytechnic Institute, 1978 
Quartararo, Christopher Huntington, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Rini, Frank John New York, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1974; M.A., Colum- 
bia, 1976; M.Phil., 1977; Ph.D., 1978 
Robbins, Peter Howard Fairlawn, N.J. B.A., Hamilton, 1978 
Robbins, Philip Alan Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1978 
Rodriguez, Jaime Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Rodriguez, Rolando Francisco Weehawken, N.J. B. A., Columbia, 1978 
Rosenblatt, Marc A. New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Rosenzweig, Seth Edward Freeport, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 
Rottman, Jeffrey Nathan Berkeley, Calif. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Ruzal-Shapiro, Carrie Brenda Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Salamone, Ronald Jerry East Brunswick, N.J. B.S., Stanford, 1977 
Sanchez-Lluberas, Jorge A. Santurce, Puerto Rico B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 

1978 
Schlaff, Anthony Lewis New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Schneider, Peter Andrew Hamburg, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 
Schulder, Michael Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Sealfon, Stuart C. Neponsit, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Sehgal, Evan David Chevy Chase, Md. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Shaffer, David Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Shaffer, Nathan New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1975 
Sharp, Barbara Lea San Francisco, Calif. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Sheinbaum, Roy Jonathan Woodmere, N.Y. B.Sc, McGill, 1978 
Simkowitz, Philip New York, N.Y. B.S., Beloit, 1975 
Sklar, Jeffrey Alan Laurelton, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Skowron, Gail East Northport, N.Y. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1978 
Smith, Andre Leo New York, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1978 
Smith, Mary Camden, N.Y. B.S., Houghton, 1978 
Stevenson, Ellen Marie New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 
Strongin, Jonathan David New York, N.Y. M.A., Columbia, 1974 
Sullivan, John Keane New York, N.Y. B.A., Holy Cross, 1969; J.D., School of Law, 

Fordham, 1972 
Sultan, Mark Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1978 
Suser, Ezra Saul Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1974 
Toxin, Frances Marks New Rochelle, N.Y. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1978 



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Tong, Dominic Jun Fai Honolulu, Hawaii B.S., Hawaii (Monoa), 1978 

Usatine, Richard Philip Nanuet, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1978 

Veenema, Kenneth Roy Glenrock, N.J. B.S., Cornell, 1977 

Vita, Joseph Andrew Katonah, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Wasserman, Hal Stuart Springfield, N.J. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 

Wellisz, Tadeusz Zbigniew New York, N.Y. B.A., Chicago, 1977 

Whelan, Richard Lawrence Franklin Square, N.Y. B.S., Fordham, 1978 

Wolff, David Marc New York, N.Y. B.S., SUN Y (Albany), 1977 

Wolfson, Steven Jay Valley Stream, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Yorke, Eric Robert Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., SUN Y (Stony Brook), 1978 

Zeralsky, Sandra Joan Pearl River, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 

Student Roster: Class of 1983 

Alonso, Jose Jr. Astoria, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Andersen, Rolf Leon Suffern, N.Y. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Arliss, Jeffrey James Locust, N.J. B.S., Vermont, 1978 

Bar, Michael Henry New York, N.Y. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 

Baran, Syma Deborah Levittown, N.Y. B. A., Barnard, 1979 

Bass, AUyson Brackett Oakland, Calif. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1975 

Bauer, R. David Elmhurst, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Beck, Marc Lloyd New Hyde Park, N.Y. B.A., Clark, 1979 

Ben-Zvi, Jeffrey S. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1979 

Black, Alexander Charlton Wellesley, Mass. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Bobella, Stephen Kurt Hackensack, N.J. B.A., Drew, 1979 

Bonner, Matthew Kip Georgetown, Conn. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Boos, Stephen Charles Huntington Sta., N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1979 
Breidbart, Scott Eric Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Brill, David Alan New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Bush, James William Cherry Hill, N.J. B.A., Rutgers, 1979 
Cahill, Peter duPont Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1979 
Camacho, Victor Emanuel Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1979 
Camerino, Vicki Jean Larchmont, N.Y. B. A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Carpenter, Richard Owen Cedarhurst, N.Y. B.S., Duke, 1979 
Caselli, Richard John Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Chalfin, Laura B. New York, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1970 
Chen, William Kuang-Yu New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Christopher, Kenneth Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 
Chu, Thomas Gerald Garden City, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 
Davidson, Peter Killip Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Haverford, 1977 
Davitz, Michael Andrew New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Desser, Terry Susan Beechhurst, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1979 

Dillon, John Joseph Yorktown Hts., N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1978 
Donnenberg, Michael Seth Levittown, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1979 
Drooker, Martin Allen Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 
Duralde, Xavier A. East Point, Ga. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Dushay, Kevin Maier Fayetteville, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 
Eaton, Bradford Hunter Pelham, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Emanuel, Guy Mac Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1979 
Erly, William Kenneth Short Hills, N.J. B.A., Haverford, 1978 
Eskenazi, Loren Beth New York, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 
Feind, Carl Robert Alpine, N.J. B.S., Antioch, 1979 
Feldmann, Edward Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.A., Cornell, 1979 



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Felix, Alan David New Hyde Park, N.Y. B.A., Haverford, 1979 

Fiorito, Joseph John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Fisher, Margaret Elizabeth Haddonfield, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Florakis, George James Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Freilich, David Ira Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn College 

Friedman, David Paul Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Gaines, Alan David Randolph, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1979 
Garbowit, David Labe Pittsfield, Mass. B.S., Union, 1979 
Genecin, Paul Baltimore, Md. B.A., Princeton, 1977 
Glatt, Aaron Eli Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1979 
Gliedman, Paul R. Wallkill, N.Y. B.S., Manhattan, 1979 
Goldberg, Neal Benjamin Hartsdale, N.Y. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 
Goldman, Myla P. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1979 
Goldstein, Michael D. Smithtown, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1979 
Gomez, Yvonne Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Gonzalez, Christopher Lewis Claremont, Calif. B.A., Pitzer, 1979 
Gonzalez, Victoria Mary Claremont, Calif. B.A., California State (San Francisco), 

1979 
Green, Nancy Sue Wabon, Mass. B.S., Tufts, 1979 
Gutowski, Teddy Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1979 
Hanau, Lawrence Huto Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Hildreth, James Earl Camden, Ark. B. A., Harvard, 1979 
Holland, Steven Matthew Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., St. John's, 1979 
Ingram, David Lloyd Somerset, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Jaffe, Mark D. Cherry Hill, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Johnston, Maria Milagros Bergenfield, N.J. B.A., Barnard, 1979 
Jones, Leon D. Rome, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Kalb, Thomas Heller Palm Beach, Fla. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Kamer, Russell Scott New Rochelle, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1979 
Kaplan, Sondra Denise New York, N.Y. B.S., Lehman, 1978 
Karas, Steven Peter Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Kastelman, James Steven Cranford, N.J. B.S., Princeton, 1979 
Keller, Wendy A. New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1975 
Klapper, Robert C. Far Rockaway, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Koehler, Susan Ellen Clarence, N.Y. B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1979 
Konecky, Alan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brooklyn, 1979 
Kriger, Alberto Isaac Rio Piedras, P.R. B.A., Brandeis, 1979 
Landry, Donald William Cambridge, Mass. B.S., Lafayette, 1975 
Landzberg, Joel Serge Whitestone, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Lederman, Seth Michael New York, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1979 
Letsou, George Vasilios Lowell, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Linfield, Louis S. II San Francisco, Calif. B.A., Harvard, 1977 
Loomis, Karen Jay White Plains, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 
Lopez, Rafael Roberto New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Luppescu, Neal Edwin Roslyn, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Lustick, Martin Ross Watertown, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1978 
Lytton, William Winzer Scarsdale, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1978 
McCord, Mary Marshall New York, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1978 

Macfarlane, Michael Thomas New York, N.Y. B.A., Long Island (C. W. Post), 1975 
Mandel, Michael New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Manley, John C. North Port, N.Y. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1977 
Matathias, Daniel J. Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Matos, Sergio E. New York, N.Y. B.S., City College of New York, 1979 
Melfi, Robert Joseph Wood-Ridge, N.J. B.S., Creighton, 1979 
Muello, Karin Ann New York, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1973 
Munro, Virginia Schaefer New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1979 



148 STUDENT ROSTER: CLASS OF 1983 



Neuberg, Gerald Walter Tenafly, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Okun, Alexander Lawrence New York, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Ostrow, Steven Mark Baldwin, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 

Paek, In-Bok Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1979 

Pastor, Patricia Camuto Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Hofstra, 1976 

Perkins, Archibald Simon Williamstown, Mass. B. A., Williams, 1979 

Perlmutter, Jeffrey Alan Huntington, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Peterson, Mark William Fort Collins, Colorado B.S., Colorado State, 1979 

Petko, Lawrence Joseph Succasunna, N.J. B.A., Chicago, 1979 

Phillips, Bruce A. Newton, Mass. B.A., Wesleyan, 1978 

Pierson, Richard Norris III Englewood, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1978 

Pollak, Emil Martin Jr. Old Tappan, N.J. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 

Pollak, Jeffrey Scott New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Quinn, Thomas Joseph Wantagh, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1979 

Rampil, Ira Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.E.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1975 

Randolph, Paula Ann Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Readling, Maris Anne Oswego, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1979 

Retikas, Anthony Demetrios Akron, Ohio B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 

Rice, Louis Bernard Garden City, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Rich, Thomas Jonathan Flourtown, Pa. B.S., Bucknell, 1979 

Ring, Wendy Susan Coral Gables, Fla. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Roberts, William Gary Purchase, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Rochester, Carolyn Lee Charlottesville, Va. B.A., Smith, 1979 

Rosenthal, Jonathan Harry New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1973 

Sacks, Andrew Jay New York, N.Y. B.A., New College, 1975 

Saiman, Lisa Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 

Saver, Barry Gordon Cambridge, Mass. B.S., Yale, 1976 

Schlesinger, Gail Michele Roslyn, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 

Schoifet, Scott David Somerset, N.J. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Seldin, David Gary Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 

Sentochnik, Deborah E. Fort Plain, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Shapiro, Matthew Scott Hewlett, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Simpson, Joseph Brooklyn, N.Y. B. A., Brooklyn (CUNY), 1979 

Smires, Harvey Edward Bellerose, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Smith, Ann Elizabeth Northport, N.Y. B. A., Washington, 1979 

Spriegel, John Roberts Evanston, 111. B.S.E., Princeton, 1979 

Starin, Lawrence Robert Spring Valley, N.Y. Sc.B., Brown, 1979 

Takeshita, Kenichi Newark, Del. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Tannenbaum, Gary Alan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 

Vagelos, Randall Herodotus Watchung, N.J. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Van de Wiele, Barbara M. Alpine, N.J. B.A., Smith, 1977 

Wang, Paul Johnson Indianapolis, Ind. B. A., Harvard, 1979 

Wang, Timothy Cragin St. Louis, Mo. B.A., Williams, 1979 

Wasserman, Marcia Sue Syosset, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1973 

Weinberger, Michael Laurence Ardsley, N.Y. B.A., Clark, 1979 

Weinstein, Lee Scott Woodmere, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1979 
Weissman, Jane Lisa New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1977 
Whitley, Barbara Ellen Queens Village, N.Y. B.A., Syracuse, 1971 
Widom, Barbara Santa Cruz, Calif. B.A., Cornell, 1979 
Wilkins, James Burton Toledo, Ohio B.S., Ohio State, 1979 
Wilner, Philip Jonathan Jamaica Estates, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Wimpfheimer, Miriam Jane New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1975 
Winter, Eric Herbert New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Young, David Ming Stoatsburg, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Yu, Leonard Tobey New York, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 
Zigelman, Charles Z. Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Queens (CUNY), 1979 



Index 



Absence, leave of, 42 

Academic discipline: see Regulations 

Academic year: calendar, 3-4; divisions, 
43 

Administration: Joint Administrative 
Board, 7; staff, 8 

Admission(s): Committee on, 7, 25-26; 
application procedure, 25-26; require- 
ments, 25, 26; application fee, 25, 28; 
to advanced standing, 26; of foreign 
students, 26 

Administrative staff, 8 

Advanced standing, 26 

Advisory Committee to the Dean, Chair- 
men's, 6 

Affiliated hospitals, 14-16, 21-23 

Alpha Omega Alpha, 40 

Alumni Association, 41 

Anatomy: courses, 44; officers of instruc- 
tion, 54-55 

Anesthesiology: course, 45; officers of 
instruction, 55-58 

Application for degrees, 3-4, 29; for 
admission, 25-26; fees, 25; for financial 
aid, 30-31 

Attendance, 27 

Auditing courses, 27 

Augustus Long Library, 17, 19 

Awards, 38-40, 51 

Bard Hall, 12, 30 

Bard Haven Towers, 13, 30 

Bassett, Mary Imogene, Hospital, 15, 22 

Biochemistry: course, 44; officers of 

instruction, 58-59 
Biology: abnormal human, course, 43 
Biophysics and biophysical chemistry, 

special program in, 50 
Biostatistics, officers of instruction, 112- 

13 

Calendar, Academic, 3-4 

Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Re- 
search, 19-20 

Center for Community Health Systems, 
20 

Center for Psychoanalytic Training and 
Research. 49 



Certificates: in physical therapy, 48; in 

psychoanalysis, 49 
Chairmen's Advisory Committee to the 

Dean, 6 
Clinical genetics, special program in, 49 
College of Physicians and Surgeons: 

history, purpose, and location, 18-19; 

program of instruction, 42-52 
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, 

11, 18-21 
Columbia University: relation to P&S, 

history, 18-19; library, 19; campus 

facilities, 40 
Conduct, 27 

Course numbers, key to, 43 
Courses: summary of curriculum, 43; 

basic science and introductory clinical, 

43-45; major clinical year, 45-47; 

electives, 42; for practicing physicians 

and specialists, 52 
Curriculum: Committee on, 7; summary 

of, 43 

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, 5 
Degrees: application dates, 3-4, 29 
dates of award, 3-4; M.S., 48, 49 
M.D., 18, 47-48; Med. Sc.D., 52, 53 
Ph.D., 47-48; 49, 50; see also Certifi- 
cates; National Board examinations 
Dental and Oral Surgery, School of, 19 
Departments of Instruction, 54-133 
Dermatology: course, 45; officers of 

instruction, 59-61 
Discipline, academic: see Regulations 
Doctor of Medical Science degree, 52, 53 
Doctor of Medicine degree, 18; in combi- 
nation with M.P.H. degree, 48; in 
combination with Ph.D. degree, 47-48 
Doctor of Philosophy degree; in combina- 
tion with M.D. degree, 47-48; in nutri- 
tion, 49; in biophysics and biophysical 
chemistry, 50 
Dormitories, 30 

Emeriti officers, 8-10 
Employment for spouses of students, 31 
Endowed lectureships, 50-51 
Endowed scholarship funds, 31-36 



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Environmental Health Sciences, officers of 
instruction, 113 

Epidemiology, officers of instruction, 
113-14 

Equipment: estimated cost of, 30; require- 
ment 30 

Executive Committee of the Faculty 
Council, 5 

Expenses, estimated, 30; see also Fees 

Faculty Council: Executive Committee of 
the, 5; of the Faculty of Medicine, 5-6 

Faculty of Medicine, 5-10 

Fees: payment of, 3; application, 25, 28; 
health service and hospital insurance, 
28; late, 28; withdrawal and adjustment 
of, 28-29; see also Expenses, esti- 
mated 

Financial aid, 30-40 

Foreign students: admission of, 26; loans 
to, 36 

General Education, University Program 
of, 50 

Genetics: see Human Genetics and Devel- 
opment 

Gift funds, 36 

Grades and promotions, 42-43 

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: 
relation to P&S, 47-48 

Gynecology: see Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy 

Harlem Hospital Center, 14, 22 

Health Administration: officers of instruc- 
tion, 115-16 

Health service, 28 

Helen Hayes Hospital, 16, 22 

History of the College and the University, 
18-19 

Hospitals, teaching, 14-16, 21-23 

Housing, 30 

Human Genetics and Development: 
course, 44; officers of instruction, 61- 
62 

Human nutrition, 20 

Institute of Cancer Research, 19-20 
Institute of Human Nutrition, 20 
International Institute for the Study of 
Human Reproduction, 20-21 



Joint Administrative Board, 7 

Julius and Armand Hammer Health 
Sciences Center — Augustus Long Li- 
brary, 17, 19 

Key to course numbers, 43 

Leaves of absence, 42-43 
Lectureships, endowed, 50-51 
Libraries: Health Sciences, 17, 19; 

University, 19, 40 
Loans, 36-38 

Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, 15, 22 

Master of Science degree: in human nutri- 
tion, 49; in occupational therapy, 48 

Medical service to students, 28 

Medicine: courses, 44, 45, 46; officers of 
instruction, 62-71 

Microbiology: course, 44; officers of 
instruction, 71-72 

Microscopes, 30 

National Board examinations, 43 

Neurological Surgery, officers of instruc- 
tion, 73 

Neurology: teaching hospital, 21; courses, 
46; officers of instruction, 74-77 

Nondiscriminatory policies, statement of, 
24-25 

Nursing, School of, 19 

Nutrition: course, 44; special programs in, 
49; see also Institute of Human Nutri- 
tion 

Obstetrics and Gynecology: teaching hos- 
pital, 21; course, 46; officers of instruc- 
tion, 77-81 

Occupational therapy, see Physical Ther- 
apy; Master of Science degree 

Ophthalmology: teaching hospital, 21; 
officers of instruction, 81-84 

Orthopedic Surgery: teaching hospital, 
21; course, 46; officers of instruction, 
84-86 

Otolaryngology: course, 46; officers of 
instruction, 86-88 

Overlook Hospital, 16, 22-23 

P&S Club, 40 

Pathology: courses, 44; officers of instruc- 
tion, 88-93 



INDEX 151 



Pediatrics: teaching hospital, 21; course, 
47; officers of instruction, 93-100 

Pharmacology: course, 45; officers of 
instruction, 100-101 

Physical therapy and occupational thera- 
py, special programs in, 48; see also 
Rehabilitation Medicine 

Physicians and Surgeons: see College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 

Physiology: courses, 44, 45; officers of 
instruction, 101-2 

Population and Family Health, officers of 
instruction, 116-17 

Postgraduate Programs, 52-53 

Presbyterian Hospital, 7, 21 

President of the University, 5 

Prizes, 38-40, 51 

Program of instruction for the M.D. 
degree, 42; summary of curriculum, 43 

Programs, postgraduate, 52-53 

Programs, special: for the Ph.D. degree, 
47-50; in physical therapy and occupa- 
tional therapy, 48; in psychoanalytic 
medicine, 49; in nutrition, 49; in biophy- 
sics and biophysical chemistry, 50; in 
clinical genetics, 49-50 

Promotions, grades and, 42-43 

Psychiatric Institute, New York State, 19, 
23 

Psychiatry: teaching hospital, 21; courses, 
45, 47; officers of instruction, 102-12 

Psychoanalytic Training and Research, 
Center for, special programs, 49 

Public Health: courses, 45; officers of 
instruction, 112-19; School of, 19 



Residence halls, 30 
Roosevelt Hospital, 15, 23 

St. Luke's Hospital, 14, 23 

Scholarships, 31-36 

Seminar, General Education, 50 

Sociomedical Sciences, officers of instruc- 
tion, 117-18 

Specialization: programs for, 47-50; post- 
graduate, 52-53 

Statement of nondiscriminatory policies, 
24-25 

Students: selection of, 25-26; medical 
service to, 28; financial aid, 30-40; 
housing, 30; activities, 40 

Students, roster of: internship placement, 
Class of 1979, 134-37; Class of 1980, 
137-40; Class of 1981, 140-43; Class 
of 1982, 143-46; Class of 1983, 146- 
48 

Surgery: courses, 47; officers of instruc- 
tion, 126-31 

Teaching hospitals, 14-16, 21-23 

Teaching staff of the departments: see 
under names of departments 

Transcripts, 29 

Tropical medicine: officers of instruction, 
118 

Tuition, 28; refund of, 29 

University Program of General Education, 

50 
University Rights, Reservation of, 18 
University Senate delegates, 7 
Urology: teaching hospital, 21; course, 47; 

officers of instruction, 131-33 



Radiology: courses, 47; officers of instruc- 
tion, 120-23 

Readmission, 42-43 

Registration, 26; dates, 3; late, 28 

Regulations, University, 26 

Rehabilitation Medicine: course, 47; offi- 
cers of instruction, 123-26 

Religious holidays and attendance, 27 

Research: cancer, 19-20; in human 
reproduction, 20-21; in nutrition, 20, 
49; in clinical genetics, 49-50 



Vice President for Health Sciences, 5 
Visiting professorship, 50-51 

Washington Heights Health and Teaching 

Center, 19 
William Black Medical Research Center, 

20 
Withdrawal and adjustment of fees, 28- 

29 

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Residence 

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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 
& SURGEONS 



Columbia 
University 

Bulletin 



1980-1981 



Inquiries 

POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 

College of Physicians and Surgeons 
Columbia University 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

TELEPHONE INQUIRIES: 

Office of Admissions: (Area code 212) 694-3596 
Office of Financial Aid: (area code 212) 694-4100 

OTHER BULLETINS OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE: 

Human Nutrition 

Nursing (including the Graduate Programs in Maternity Nursing, Psychiatric - 

Community Mental Health Nursing, and Pediatric Nursing) 
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy 

Continuing Education in the Health Sciences: Postgraduate Courses 
Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research 
Public Health 



The Faculty of Medicine 
College of Physicians 
& Surgeons 

Columbia 
University 
Bulletin 



1980-1981 



Contents 

Academic Calendar 3 

Faculty of Medicine 5 

College of Physicians and Surgeons and Affiliated 
Hospitals 18 

Admission, Registration, Expenses, and Financial Aid 26 

Application for Admission, 26. Registration, 27. Regulations, 27. Auditing 
Courses, 28. Fees, 29. Application for a Degree, 30. Requests for 
Transcripts, 31. Estimated Expenses, 31. Housing, 32. Financial Aid, 32. 
Student and Alumni Activities, 41. 

Program of Instruction 43 

Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence, 43. Key to Course Numbers, 44. 
Summary of Curriculum, 44. Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses, 44. 
Major Clinical Year, 46. Fourth Year, 49. Special Programs, 49. University 
Program of General Education, 51. Endowed Lectureships and Visiting 
Professorship, 52. Prizes and Awards, 52. 

Postgraduate Programs 53 

Departments of Instruction 55 

Anatomy, 55. Anesthesiology, 56. Biochemistry, 59. Dermatology, 60. Human 
Genetics and Development, 62. Medicine, 63. Microbiology, 73. Neurological 
Surgery, 75. Neurology, 76. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 79. 
Ophthalmology, 83. Orthopedic Surgery, 86. Otolaryngology, 89. 
Pathology, 90. Pediatrics, 96. Pharmacology, 103. Physiology, 104. 
Psychiatry, 105. Public Health, 116. Radiology, 123. Rehabilitation 
Medicine, 127. Surgery, 129. Urology, 134. 

First- Year Postgraduate Appointments: Class of 1980 137 

Student Roster 140 

Index 152 



Academic Calendar, 1980-1981 



Major Religious Holidays 

For a statement of University policy on absence for the observance of religious holidays 
see Admission, Registration, and Expenses — Attendance. 



JUNE 

23-27 Monday-Friday.* Registration for fourth-year students. 

23 Monday, through July 3, Thursday.* Registration for third-year students. 

JULY 

1 Tuesday. Academic year begins for fourth-year students. 

4 Friday. Independence Day. Holiday for fourth-year students. 

7 Monday. Major Clinical Year begins for third-year students. 

AUGUST 

1 Friday. t Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in October (see 
September 4). 

18-22 Monday-Friday. Optional early registration for second-year students. 

28 Thursday.* Registration for first-year students. 

29 Friday.* Registration for second-year students. 

SEPTEMBER 

1 Monday. Labor Day. Holiday for third- and fourth-year students. 

2 Tuesday. Academic year begins for first- and second-year students. 

4 Thursday. Last day to file late applications for October degrees. 

OCTOBER 

22 Wednesday. Award of October degrees. 

31 Friday. t Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in January 
(see December 5). 

NOVEMBER 

4 Tuesday. Election Day. Holiday for first- and second-year students. 

27-28 Thursday-Friday. Thanksgiving holidays for first-, second-, and 
third-year students. 

DECEMBER 

5 Friday. Last day to file late applications for January degrees. 

20 Saturday, through January 4, 1981, Sunday. Vacation for first-, second-, 
and third-year students. 



'Students allowed to register after the period specified must pay a late fee. 
fStudents who apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



4 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

JANUARY 

9 Friday. First semester ends for first-year students. 

12 Monday. Second semester begins for first-year students. 

21 Wednesday. Award of January degrees. 

FEBRUARY 

16 Monday. Washington's Birthday. Holiday for first- and second-year 

students. 

16 Monday.* Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in May (see 
March 30). 

MARCH 

21 Saturday, through March 29, Sunday. Vacation for second-year 

students. 

30 Monday. Last day to file late applications for May degrees. 

APRIL 

7-8 Tuesday-Wednesday. National Boards Part II for students failing 

September 23-24 exam. 

29 Wednesday. Dean's Day for Medical Student Research. 

MAY 

13 Wednesday. Columbia University Commencement and Convocation of 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

25 Monday. Memorial Day. Holiday for first-, second-, and third-year stu- 
dents. 

30 Saturday, through June 10, Wednesday. Study period for second-year 
students. 

JUNE 

5 Friday. Second semester ends for first-year students. 

9-10 Tuesday- Wednesday. National Boards Part I for second-year 
students. 

1 1 Thursday, through July 5, Sunday. Vacation for second-year students. 

19 Major Clinical Year concludes for third-year students. 

JULY 

1 Elective curriculum begins for third-year students. 

6 Major Clinical Year begins for second-year students. 

Dates of National Board Exams 

Part I September 3-4, 1980. Not given at P&S. 

June 9-10, 1981. Required by P&S. 

Part II September 23-24, 1980. Required by P&S. 

April 7-8, 1981. Not given at P&S. 



'Students who apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



The Faculty of Medicine 



MICHAEL I. SOVERN, LL.B., LL.D. President of the University 

HENRIK H. BENDIXEN, M.D. Acting Provost of the University; Acting Vice Presi- 
dent for Health Sciences 

PETER LIKINS, Ph.D. Provost of the University 

FRITZ R. STERN, Ph.D. Provost of the University 

DONALD F. TAPLEY, M.D. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 

FREDERICK B. PUTNEY, Ph.D. Deputy Vice President for Health Sciences Adminis- 
tration 

JOHN A. FIORILLO, M.A. Assistant Vice President for Health Sciences Administra- 
tion 

BERNARD D. CHALLENOR, M.D. Associate Dean for Hospital Affairs and Acting 
Associate Dean for Public Health 

HELEN F. PETTIT, M.A. Associate Dean (Nursing) 

JOSE M. FERRER, M.D. Associate Dean for Postgraduate Education 

FREDERICK G. HOFMANN, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Admissions 

LINDA D. LEWIS, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs 

THOMAS Q. MORRIS, M.D. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 

NORMAN E. TOY, D.B.A. Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs 

PAUL MCLOUGHLIN, M.B.A. Assistant Dean for Administrative Affairs 

DOROTHY ESTES, M.D. Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs 

LESTER M. GELLER, M.D. Assistant Dean for Student and Curricular Affairs 

INEZ E. KLINCK, B.A. Assistant Dean for Academic Administration 

JOANNE STEPHAN, Sc.D. Director of Allied Health Programs 

Executive Committee of the Faculty Council 

Donald F. Tapley (chairman) Glenda J. Garvey Elizabeth A. Mahoney 

Henrik H. Bendixen Harold S. Ginsberg Henry M. Spotnitz 

William J. Casarella Sylvia P. Griffiths Francis G. Symonds, Jr. 

Bernard D. Challenor Douglas N. Ishii 

Isidore S. Edelman Donald S. Kornfeld 



6 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



Faculty Council of the Faculty of Medicine 



Maxwell Abramson 
Ronald A. Andree 
Ernest W. April 
'Charles A. Ashley 
Endre A. Balazs 
Arthur Bank 
Ellen R. Batt 
'Patricia Battin 
Henrik H. Bendixen 
Michael Bernstein 
Thomas J. Bigger, Jr. 
Louis S. Blancato 
Martin Blank 
Arthur D. Bloom 
'Thomas A. Blumenfeld 
Stanley B. Braham 
Whitley A. Branwood 
Marjorie A. Bredice 
Peter R. B. Caldwell 
Charles J. Campbell 
'Robert E. Canfield 
William J. Casarella 
Bernard D. Challenor 
Noreen C. Clark 
Herbert I. Cohen 
James W. Correll 
William J. Davis 
John R. Denton 
'Thomas P. Dillon 
John A. Downey 
Richard G. Druss 
I. S. Edelman 
Jack Eisert 
Dean L. Engelhardt 
Dorothy Estes 
Philip Feigelson 
Frieda Feldman 
Charles Felton 
Michel J. Ferin 
'Jose M. Ferrer 
Mieczyslaw Finster 
'John Fiorillo 
'Lee R. Frazier 
'Gary Gambuti 
Alexander Garcia 



Glenda Garvey 
Margerite J. Gates 
Michael D. Gershon 
Harold S. Ginsberg 
Allen M. Gold 
Fred Goldman 
DeWitt S. Goodman 
Reba M. Goodman 
Ashby S. Grantham 
Lowell M. Greenbaum 
Carolyn P. Greenberg 
Sylvia P. Griffiths 
Barry J. Gurland 
'Lloyd A. Hamilton, Jr. 
Holger H. Hansen 
Ronald L. Hanson 
Leonard C. Harber 
Brian F. Hoffman 
'Frederick G. Hofmann 
'Frank E. laquinta 
Douglas N. Ishii 
Jerome H. Jaffe 
Georgiana M. Jagiello 
Alfred Jaretzki III 
Raphael Jewelewicz 
Philip M. Johnson 
Ira S. Jones 
Virginia Kanick 
Arthur Karlin 
Michael Katz 
Anne E. Kellett 
Lucie S. Kelly 
Donald W. King 
Thomas C. King 
'Inez E. Klinck 
Abbie L Knowlton 
Robert S. Krooth 
John K. Lattimer 
Mary M. L. Lee 
Richard U. Levine 
Paul Lo Gerfo 
William J. McGill 
'Roger W. MacMillan 
Paul A. Marks 
Jost W. Michelsen 



'Frank V. Mignogna 
Orlando Miller 
'William F. Minogue 
Thomas Q. Morris 
Stanley J. Myers 
Martin Nash 
Robert S. Neuwirth 
Eladio Nunez 
Elliott F. Osserman 
Audrey S. Penn 
James M. Perel 
Benvenuto Pernis 
'Ann S. Peterson 
Helen F. Pettit 
'James A. Pierce 
Jane Pitt 
Peter J. Puchner 
'Frederick B. Putney 
'Robin Rankow 
Maurice M. Rapport 
Keith Reemtsma 
'Richard A. Rifkind 
Michael R. Rosen 
Stephen Rosenberg 
John Rosenberger 
John Ross 
Lewis P. Rowland 
'Mae Rudolph 
'Charles T. Ryder 
Edward J. Sachar 
David Schachter 
Edward B. Schlesinger 
William B. Seaman 
Michael L. Sheehy 
Fred Silva 
Anneliese L. Sitarz 
Michael L Severn 
Abraham Spector 
'Sol Spiegelman 
Henry Spotnitz 
'Mervyn W. Susser 
Francis C. Symonds, Jr. 
John V. Taggart 
Donald F. Tapley 
'Joseph V. Terenzio 



'Nonvoting participant 



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'Gerald E. Thomson 
Juergen Tonndorf 
*Norman E. Toy 
Patricia Tretter 
Gerard M. Turino 
Raymond L. Vande Wiele 
Robert Walther 



Dorothy Warburton 
Lucy Warren 
Harvey J. Weiss 
'Robert J. Weiss 
Arthur P. Wertheim 
Doris L. Wethers 
'Walter A. Wichern, Jr. 



Philip D. Wiedel 
Joachim Wigger 
Alexander H. Williams 
'Myron Winick 
Charles S. Young 
Earl A. Zimmerman 



Chairmen's Advisory Committee to the Dean 



Donald F. Tapley 
(chairman) 
Maxwell Abramson 
Charles A. Ashley 
Henrik Bendixen 
Donald A. Bradley 
Charles J. Campbell 
Robert E. Canfield 
Bernard D. Challenor 
John A. Downey 
Isidore S. Edelman 
Dorothy Estes 
Jose M. Ferrer 
John Fiorillo 
Allan Formicola 
Gary Gambuti 
Alexander Garcia 
Michael Gershon 



Harold S. Ginsberg 
Rachel Goldstein 
Leonard Harber 
Robert E. Heinlein 
Brian F. Hoffman 
Frederick Hofmann 
Michael Katz 
Donald W. King 
Linda Lewis 
Paul McLoughlin 
William F. Minogue 
Thomas S. Morris 
Edward S. Noroian 
Carl Olsson 
Helen Pettit 
Frederick B. Putney 
Keith Reemtsma 
Rodolfo Reyes 



Richard A. Rifkind 
Lewis P. Rowland 
Charles T. Ryder 
Edward J. Sachar 
Edward B. Schlesinger 
William B. Seaman 
Philip J. Sharkey 
Sol Spiegelman 
Mervyn Susser 
John V. Taggart 
Norman E. Toy 
Raymond L. Vande Wiele 
Stephen F. Wang 
Robert J. Weiss 
Alexander H. Williams 
Myron Winick 



Committees 

ADMISSIONS: Associate Dean Hofmann (chairman); Professors Bell, Braham, Bran- 
wood, Brust, Donn, Downey, Dunton, Frantz, Gambino, Grantham, Grossbard, Harvey, 
Housepian, Jagiello, Jewett, Linda Lewis (ex officio), Moore, Neuberg, Ortiz-Neu, 
Pierson, Schachter (ex officio), Silverstein, Jeanne A. Smith, Spotnitz, Jeffrey A. Stein, 
Taggart, Dean Tapley (ex officio), Thornhill; Peter Small, John Markowitz, and Eric 
Winter (students). 

CURRICULUM: Dr. Thomas Q. Morris (chairman); Professors Abramson, Bernstein, 
Bendixen, Branwood, Cain, Despommier, Dick, Fine, Garvey, Geller, Gershon, Gins- 
berg, Brian Hoffman, Legato, Maxman, Nicholson, Nocenti, Puchner, Rosenberg, 
Spotnitz, Wiedel, and Marianne Wolff; C. Lee Jones (ex officio) and Mitchell Schorow 
(ex officio); George Arzeno, Leslie Davidson, Ralph Boucher, Noel DeFelippo, Lisa 
DeAngelis, Paul Dolinsky, Khether Raby, Gary Sobelson (students). 

POSTGRADUATE INSTRUCTION: Associate Dean Jose M. Ferrer (chairman); Profes- 
sors Christy, Goldsmith, Herter, Malitz, Morgan, Ryder, Taggart, Gerald, Gerald E. 
Thomson, Alexander W. Young, Dean Tapley (ex officio). 



'Nonvoting participant 



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Delegates to the University Senate 

Jennifer J. Bell, Leonard Brand, Edgar M. Housepian, Donald W. King, Thomas C. 
King, Patricia K. Tretter, Marianne Wolf, and two student delegates. 



'Joint Administrative Board 

REPRESENTING COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Katherine L. Auchincloss, Daniel F. 
Crowley, Carl W. Desch, Arthur B. Krim, Robert D. Lilley, Walsh McDermott, William 
J. McGill, and W. Clarke Wescoe 

REPRESENTING PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL: John W. Brooks, Thomas H. Choate, 
George S. Dillon, Ralph F. Leach, Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr., Myles V. Whalen, Jr., and 
Robert Winthrop 



Administrative Staff 

JOYCE STICHMAN, B.S. Assistant to the Vice President for Health Sciences 
MARY J. SULLIVAN, B.A. Assistant to the Dean 
BERNIS D. MOSS, Jr., M.S. Business Officer 
SHEILA BRENNEN, B.S. Financial Aid Officer 
JOAN BENNIS. Director of the Office of Admissions 

Officers Emeriti 

HENRY ARANOW, Jr. Lambert Professor Emeritus of Medicine 
DANA W. ATCHLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 
VIOLA BERNARD. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 
STANLEY BRADLEY. Bard Professor Emeritus of Medicine 
HAROLD W. BROWN. Professor Emeritus of Parasitology 
GORDON M. BRUCE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthalmology 
LESTER C AHN . Professor Emeritus of Oral Pa thology 
MARY E. CALLAHAN. Professor Emeritus of Physical Therapy 
ARTHUR CARR. Professor Emeritus of Medical Psychology 
SIDNEY CARTER. Professor Emeritus of Neurology and of Pediatrics 
ERWIN CHARGAFF. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 
JOHN J. CONLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Otolaryngology 
WILFRED M. COPENHAVER. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 
ANDRE F. COURNAND. Professor Emeritus of Medicine 
DAVID COWEN. Professor Emeritus of Neuropathology 



THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 9 

GEORGE F. CRIKELAIR. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

EDWARD C. CURNEN, Jr. Carpentier Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

ROBERT C. DARLING. Simon Baruch Professor Emeritus of Rehabilitation 
Medicine 

ELIZABETH B. DAVIS. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

D. ANTHONY D'ESOPO. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

A. GERARD DeVOE. Harkness Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology 

ZACH ARIAS DISCHE . Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

HERBERT O. ELFTMAN. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

JOSE M. FERRER, JR. Professor Emeritus of Surgery 

JOHN W. FERTIG. Professor Emeritus of Biostatistics 

THOMAS D. FLEMING. Professor Emeritus of Library Science 

CHARLES A. FLOOD. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

GOODWIN L. FOSTER. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

CHARLES L. FOX, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Microbiology (in Surgery) 

ELIZABETH S. GILL. Professor Emeritus of Nursing 

LEONARD J. GOLDWATER. Professor Emeritus of Occupational Medicine 

HARRY GRUNDFEST. Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

RUTH J. GUTTMANN. Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

CUSHMAN D. HAAGENSEN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

MICHAEL HEIDELBERGER. Professor Emeritus of Immunochemistry 

PAUL F. A. HOEFER. Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

GEORGE H. HUMPHREYS II. Mott Professor Emeritus of Surgery 

HAROLD W. JACOX. Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

MAXWELL KARSHAN. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

AARON K ARUSH . Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychia try 

FORREST E. KENDALL. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

LAWRENCE C. KOLB. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

RAPHAEL LATTES. Professor Emeritus of Surgical Pathology 

JOHN K. LATTIMER. Professor Emeritus of Urology 

FERDINAND F. McALLISTER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

RUSTIN McINTOSH. Carpentier Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

RICHARD L. MASLAND. Merritt Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

AUBRE MAYN ARD. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery 



10 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

MEYER M. MELICOW. John L. Given Professor Emeritus of Urology 

GEORGE R. MERRIAM, JR. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthalmology 

FREDERICK A. METTLER. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

KARL MEYER. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

LESTER A. MOUNT. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

MARGARET R. MURRAY. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

DAVID N ACHMANSOHN . Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

PHILLIP O. POLATIN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

J. LAWRENCE POOL. Professor Emeritus of Neurological Surgery 

EDITH H. QUIMBY. Professor Emeritus of Radiology (Physics) 

HERBERT RACKOW. Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology 

HARRY M. ROSE. Borne Professor Emeritus of Microbiology 

EDWARD B. SCHLESINGER. Byron Stookey Professor Emeritus of Neurological 
Surgery 

WILLIAM H. SEBRELL, Jr. Williams Professor Emeritus of Nutrition 

BEATRICE C. SEEGAL. Professor Emeritus of Microbiology 

LAWRENCE W. SLOAN. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

ALAN DeF. SMITH. Professor Emeritus of Orthopedic Surgery 

HAMILTON SOUTH WORTH . Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

WARREN M. SPERRY. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

DAVID SPRINSON . Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

LEO SROLE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Social Sciences in Psychiatry 

HERBERT C. STOERK. Professor Emeritus of Pathology 

FRANK E. STINCHFIELD. Professor Emeritus of Orthopedic Surgery 

HOWARD C. TAYLOR, Jr. Rappleye Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

CARMEN T. VICALE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Neurology 

JULES G. WALTNER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Otolaryngology 

SHIH-CHUN WANG. Pfeiffer Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology 

SIDNEY C. WERNER. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

SAMUEL M. WISHIK. Professor Emeritus of Public Health (Public Health 
Practice) 

ABNER WOLF. Professor Emeritus of Neuropathology 

JAMES WOLFF. Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

JOSEPH ZUBIN. Professor Emeritus of Psychology 




Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 




View of Bard Hall from Riverside Drive 







^ 




Martin Luther King, Jr., Pavilion, Harlem Hospital Center 




St. Luke's Hospital Center 




Roosevelt Hospital 




Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 




Overlook Hospital 




Helen Hayes Hospital 




Julius and Armand Hammer Health Sciences Center- 
Augustus Long Library 



The College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 
and Affiliated Hospitals 



The College of Physicians and Surgeons is guided by the principle that medical 
education is university education. The acquisition of knowledge and skills is important in 
professional education, but far more vital is a profound understanding of the science, the 
art, and the ethic within which both knowledge and skill are applied. As a part of 
Columbia University, the College builds its curriculum, selects its officers of instruction, 
and marshals its enormous resources of equipment and clinical experience to develop in 
the student this understanding of medicine. Within the curriculum for the M.D. degree is 
the fundamental knowledge upon which later specialization is built, and from which the 
natural bent is discovered toward general or special practice, or toward research, 
teaching, or administration. The postgraduate programs of the College provide training 
in the specialties, help the graduate physician to keep abreast of new knowledge, and 
support the research from which the physician's knowledge develops. 



Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policies 

The University is required by certain Federal statutes and administrative regulations to 
publish the following statements: 

Consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, 
as amended, and Part 86 of 45 C.F.R., the University does not discriminate on the basis 
of sex in the conduct or operation of its education programs or activities (including 
employment therein and admission thereto). Inquiries concerning the application of Title 
IX and Part 86 of 45 C.F.R. may be referred to the University's Equal Opportunity 
Office (305 Low Memorial Library, New York, N.Y. 10027, telephone 212-280-5511), 
or to the Director, Office for Civil Rights (Region II), 26 Federal Plaza, New York, N.Y. 
10007. 

Columbia University admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to 
all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available 
to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national 
and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, 
scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other University-administered 
programs. 

Consistent with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as 
amended, and Part 84 of 45 C.F.R., the University does not discriminate on the basis of 
handicap in admission or access to, or employment in, its programs and activities. 
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires affirmative action to employ and 
advance in employment qualified handicapped workers. 

The University in addition desires to call attention to other laws and regulations that 
protect employees, students, and applicants. 

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination on the 
basis of race, color, or national origin in programs or activities receiving Federal financial 
assistance. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits employment 
discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Executive Order 
11246, as amended, prohibits discrimination in employment because of race, color, 
religion, sex or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure equality of 
opportunity in all aspects of employment. 

The Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in rates of pay. 
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, prohibits discrimina- 
tion in employment on the basis of age. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 19 



The Columbia University Senate on December 1, 1978, passed a resolution announc- 
ing its general educational policy on discrimination which reaffirms the University's 
commitment to nondiscriminatory policies in the above-mentioned categories, as well as 
its policy not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. 

Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as 
amended, prohibits job discrimination and requires affirmative action to employ and 
advance in employment (1) qualified Vietnam era veterans during the first four years 
after their discharge and (2) qualified disabled veterans throughout their working life if 
they have a 30 percent or more disability. 

The University's Equal Opportunity Office has also been designated to coordinate the 
University's compliance activities under each of the programs referred to above. 

Reservation of University Rights 

This bulletin is intended for the guidance of persons applying for or considering 
application for admission to Columbia University and for the guidance of Columbia 
students and faculty. The bulletin sets forth in general the manner in which the 
University intends to proceed with respect to the matters set forth herein, but the 
University reserves the right to depart without notice from the terms of this bulletin. This 
bulletin is not intended to be and should not be regarded as a contract between the 
University and any student or other person. 

History of the College and University 

Columbia University began as King's College, which was founded in 1754 by royal grant 
of George II, King of England, "for the Instruction of Youth in the Learned Languages, 
and the Liberal Arts and Sciences." The American Revolution interrupted its program, 
but in 1784 it was reopened as Columbia College. In 1912 the title was changed to 
Columbia University in the City of New York. 

King's College organized a medical faculty in 1767 and was the first institution in the 
North American Colonies to confer the degree of Doctor of Medicine. The first 
graduates in medicine from the College were Robert Tucker and Samuel Kissam, who 
received the degree of Bachelor of Medicine in May 1769, and that of Doctor of 
Medicine in May 1770 and May 1771, respectively. Instruction in medicine was given 
until interrupted by the Revolution and the occupation of New York by the British, which 
lasted until November 25, 1783. In 1784 instruction was resumed in the academic 
departments, and in December of the same year the medical faculty was reestablished. 
In 1814 the medical faculty of Columbia College was merged with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, which had obtained an independent charter in 1807. In 1860, 
by agreement between the Trustees of the two institutions, the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons became the Medical Department of Columbia College; from that time on the 
diplomas of the graduates were signed by the President of Columbia College as well as 
by the President of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. The connection was only a 
nominal one, however, until 1891, when the college was incorporated as an integral part 
of the University. Since September 1917, women have been admitted to the College on 
the same basis as men. 

The Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center was opened in the spring of 1928, seven 
years after the establishment of a permanent alliance between Columbia University and 
the Presbyterian Hospital. It consists of the following units: the divisions of the University 
Faculty of Medicine (the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the School of Nursing, the 
School of Public Health); the University School of Dental and Oral Surgery; the 
Presbyterian Hospital and its subdivisions; the New York State Psychiatric Institute; and 
the Washington Heights Health and Teaching Center. 

The Medical Center occupies a plot of land given to Columbia University and the 
Presbyterian Hospital by Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness and Mr. Edward S. Harkness. It 



20 COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



comprises about twenty acres extending from West 165th Street to West 168th Street 
and from Broadway to Riverside Drive and is readily accessible from all parts of the city. 
A map of the Medical Center is given on the inside back cover. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons is at 630 West 168th Street between 
Broadway and Fort Washington Avenue in a seventeen-story building, each floor of 
which connects with the wards and services of the Presbyterian Hospital. The William 
Black Medical Research Building is a twenty-story building, containing research labora- 
tories for the faculty members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. It is connected 
with the College building and is located at 168th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. 
The Julius and Armand Hammer Health Sciences Center, a twenty-story structure 
diagonally opposite the William Black Medical Research Building, opened its teaching, 
research, and library facilities in 1976. 



Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library 

The Columbia University Health Sciences Library is housed in the Julius and Armand 
Hammer Health Sciences Center, 701 West 168th Street. The four floors occupied by 
the library offer a comfortable atmosphere conducive to study, including such amenities 
as individual study carrels, group study and conference rooms, typing rooms, and a 
leisure reading lounge. 

With more than 360,000 volumes and a staff of 40, the Health Sciences Library is 
one of the largest medical center libraries in the United States. It is well able to serve the 
needs of faculty, students, and researchers in the health sciences disciplines. More than 
3,000 periodicals are received regularly. An entire floor of the library has been 
designated as a media center and is equipped with a variety of audiovisual materials. In 
addition to traditional reference services, the library offers computerized literature 
searching on several data bases, including MEDLARS. Materials describing library 
services are available on request. 

Other Columbia libraries, located on the Morningside campus, are open to all 
students and faculty who carry Columbia identification cards. The main collection is 
housed in Butler Library; special and departmental collections are housed in other 
buildings on the campus. Columbia students and faculty are also permitted access to the 
collections of approximately twenty other research institutions including Stanford and 
Yale Universities, under the auspices of the Research Libraries Group. Information 
about the Research Libraries Group can be obtained from the Health Sciences Library. 



Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Research 

The Cancer Research Center was established in 1973. In 1977 it was designated the 
Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Research. In 1979 the Center was awarded 
Comprehensive status by the National Cancer Institute in recognition of its broad 
responsibility for research, patient care, and cancer control activities. The Center 
coordinates, integrates, and facilitates cancer research, education, and patient care in 
the Health Sciences Faculties of Columbia University and its affiliated hospitals in New 
York City — Presbyterian, St. Luke's, Roosevelt, Harlem — as well as Overlook in 
Summit, New Jersey, and Morristown Memorial Hospital in New Jersey. The Cancer 
Center was organized to effect the efficient and cooperative use of all Center resources, 
maximize the dissemination of information among Center personnel, and facilitate the 
rapid translation of cancer research findings into programs for improving capabilities for 
the prevention of cancer and the care of patients with cancer. 

The Institute of Cancer Research of Columbia University, College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, was established in 1911 with funds bequeathed to the University by George 
Crocker. It moved from its original quarters on 116th Street to the campus of the 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 21 



Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in 1938. The Institute and Center are fully 
Integrated. 

The Center is composed of five operational divisions: Basic Science Research, Clinical 
Research and Patient Care, Education, Cancer Control, and Administration. 



Center for Community Health Systems 

The Center for Community Health Systems is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmen- 
tal health services and health policy research and development center which enlists 
varied resources of the University, particularly those of the Faculty of Medicine and its 
affiliated hospitals, in a systematic attack on problems in the organization and delivery 
of health care, with a predominant, though not exclusive, focus on urban areas. 



Institute of Human Nutrition 

The Institute of Human Nutrition is an interdisciplinary unit whose mission is to study all 
aspects of nutrition that relate to human health. The Institute is organized into three 
primary divisions: Growth and Development, Nutrition and Metabolism, and Community 
Nutrition. Although each division conducts its own research program and offers its own 
program of instruction, these are highly integrated in order to achieve two basic goals: 
research in all areas of human nutrition and an integrated teaching program in areas of 
nutrition relevant to the physician and medical scientist. 

To achieve this integration of purpose and at the same time allow for the specializa- 
tion necessary for the best research and teaching, combined research projects between 
the divisions are under way, and joint seminars and courses involving faculty and 
students in all three divisions are conducted. Constant interchange of ideas is fostered 
through weekly combined staff conferences and special lectures which are open to the 
medical center community. Through its Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and 
postdoctoral programs, the Institute aims to train individuals for scholarly activities in 
university and research centers that are in the forefront of the movement to advance 
nutrition as a health science. 

The facilities of the Institute include laboratories in the William Black Medical 
Research Center, and the Obesity Center and Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center 
at St. Luke's Hospital Center. The office of the Director and other administrative offices 
are located on the seventh floor of the Health Sciences Center. 



International Institute for the Study 
of Human Reproduction 

The International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction was founded in 1965 
with a grant from the Ford Foundation. Its primary purpose is to do research in the fields 
of biology, clinical investigation, and the social sciences relevant to the solution of the 
world population problem. A parallel objective is to study the many complications of the 
reproductive process affecting human welfare, such as infertility, endocrine disorder, 
out-of-wedlock pregnancy, marital and other social problems. The Institute consists of 
the Center for Reproductive Sciences, including the divisions of reproductive biochemis- 
try, physiology, and reproductive morphology, and the Center for Population and 
Family Health, which includes the divisions of social and administrative sciences, family 
life services, clinical evaluation, and sexual behavior. 

The office of the Center for Reproductive Sciences is at 630 West 168th Street, and 
the office of the Center for Population and Family Health is at Floor B-3, 60 Haven 
Avenue. 



22 AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 

Affiliated Hospitals 

The Presbyterian Hospital 

Founded in 1868, the Hospital joined with Columbia's College of Physicians and 
Surgeons to form the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, which opened in 1928. 
Under the terms of the permanent alliance agreement with Columbia University, 
members of the hospital staff are appointed by the Board of Trustees of the hospital on 
nomination by the Trustees of the University. The Presbyterian Hospital has an overall 
capacity of 1,291 beds and 48 bassinets. 

The hospital includes all of the individual units described below: 

Presbyterian Hospital, the single largest hospital unit, has a total of 480 beds, which 
includes semiprivate for medical and surgical services, as well as for New York 
Orthopaedic Hospital, Squier Urological Clinic, and Sloane Hospital for Women. 

The New York Orthopaedic Hospital opened as a dispensary in 1866 largely because of 
the interest taken in the care of the crippled by Theodore Roosevelt, father of the 
president of the same name. The hospital was located in its own buildings at 420 East 
59th Street until December 1950, when it was moved to the fifth floor of the 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

Squier Urological Clinic has facilities on the tenth floor of the Presbyterian Hospital and 
on the tenth floor of Babies Hospital. 

Sloane Hospital for Women was built at West 59th Street and Amsterdam Avenue and 
presented to Columbia University by Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sloane in 1886. It now 
occupies two floors of the Presbyterian Hospital and one floor in Harkness Pavilion. 

Harkness Pavilion, erected when the Medical Center was established in 1928, is 
available for the accommodation of private and semiprivate patients from various 
services. 

Babies Hospital, founded in 1887, provides for general medical and surgical care of 
infants and children up to their late teens, and care for premature babies. 

Neurological Institute, one of the first nongovernmental hospitals in the country for the 
treatment of diseases of the nervous system, was founded in 1909. It moved from East 
67th Street to the Medical Center in 1929. The Institute includes facilities added in 
1960 for psychiatric patients. 

The Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute, opened in 1933, has complete facilities for the 
medical and surgical treatment of adults and children with diseases of the eye. On 
January 1, 1940, the work of the Herman Knapp Memorial Eye Hospital was taken 
over by the Institute. 

Vanderbilt Clinic was presented to Columbia University by the Vanderbilt family in 
1888 and is the outpatient department for the Presbyterian Hospital. 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York, is a rural hospital 
combining the characteristics of a university medical center with a dedication to the 
delivery of both primary health services to the local community and highly specialized 
services to a large referral area. The hospital has 186 beds and a staff of specialists who 
are all salaried and full time. In 1979 there were 116,764 visits to the Outpatient 



AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 23 



Department. The teaching program for house staff and students is a highly personalized 
one based on a team approach to medical care. Members of the staff conduct biomedical 
research and are interested in models for the delivery of health care to the community. 
The library is unusually extensive for a hospital of this size, with over 23,000 volumes 
and about 350 subscribed journals. Since 1947 the hospital has had a formal affiliation 
with Columbia, and currently about 60 students from Columbia elect programs at the 
Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital. 



Harlem Hospital Center 

Harlem Hospital Center, founded in 1887, is a general hospital of nearly 1,100 beds 
serving Central Harlem and environs, responsible for the care of approximately 
400,000 people. The College of Physicians and Surgeons, through a contractual 
arrangement with the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, is responsible 
for all professional services in this hospital and nominates its entire professional staff. 

This affiliation presents a unique opportunity for teaching students, interns, and 
residents in the traditional disciplines of medicine and provides increasing opportunities 
for involvement in community medicine. 



The Helen Hayes Hospital 

The Helen Hayes Hospital at West Haverstraw, New York, founded in 1900, is a 
150-bed independent rehabilitation hospital with complete medical services, owned and 
operated by the state through the New York State Health Department. Since 1966 the 
hospital has had a formal affiliation with Columbia University. The medical specialties 
and allied health professionals are organized into disability units that provide compre- 
hensive care through an integrated team approach, providing unique educational 
opportunities for residents and allied health students. The hospital has 800 admissions 
and 6,000 outpatient visits a year. New patient facilities are under construction; the 
research building has been renovated and an active biomedical engineering unit 
developed. 



Morristown Memorial Hospital 



Morristown Memorial Hospital is a regional hospital center offering comprehensive 
health services for the entire family. It is a voluntary, nonprofit institution with a history 
of community service dating back to 1892. The hospital has become a central health 
care facility serving Morris, Warren, Sussex, and Somerset counties, and a medical 
referral center for all of northwest New Jersey. Morristown Memorial is also a teaching 
hospital, with programs for medical, nursing, and technical staff. It became affiliated 
with the College of Physicians & Surgeons in 1979. Morristown Memorial, Overlook 
Hospital in Summit, and St. Barnabas Hospital in Livingston are members of the Shared 
Services Consortium pioneering regionalized health care services in northern New 
Jersey. With 689 beds, 1,700 employees, 678 nurses, a medical and dental staff of 
more than 400, and a full spectrum of basic and highly specialized services, Morristown 
Memorial combines the traditional advantages of a community hospital with the 
advanced capabilities of a progressive medical center. The hospital has two divisions: 
one where the emphasis is on acute care; the other, a center for preadmission testing, 
geriatric extended care, outpatient and alcoholic services, and planned facilities for 
subacute and rehabilitative care. 



24 AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 



Overlook Hospital 

Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey, is a 540-bed suburban community hospital, 
founded in 1906, which became a teaching affiliate of the Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons in 1975. It is a general, voluntary, nonprofit institution 
accommodating 20,000 inpatients and 100,000 outpatients each year. Overlook offers 
particularly strong training in family practice and primary care internal medicine and 
pediatrics through a program of broad-based clinical experience for graduate physi- 
cians. Outreach programs have been pioneered in alcoholism and other addictive illness, 
home-care-based hospice, and mobile intensive care utilizing paramedics. 

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

St. Luke's Hospital Center, which has included Woman's Hospital since 1953, merged 
with The Roosevelt Hospital in 1979, forming a Hospital Center containing 1,363 beds 
and serving a catchment area spanning Manhattan's west side from 34th to 134th 
Streets. Both hospitals had maintained teaching affiliations with the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of Columbia University for many years before 1971, when they each 
became full University hospitals. Under the terms of the affiliation with Columbia 
University, new members of the medical staff are appointed by the Hospital Center's 
Board of Trustees after they have received appointments as officers of instruction at the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

St. Luke's Hospital Center Division 

St. Luke's was established in 1850 and has been on Morningside Heights next to the 
main Columbia campus since 1896. It merged with Woman's Hospital in 1953, and 
today the hospital complex contains 780 beds, including 45 pediatric beds, 59 obstetric 
beds, and 50 bassinets. Approximately 24,000 patients are admitted yearly to the four 
major and eleven specialty services. The attending staff numbers 600 doctors; the house 
staff consists of 219 residents and fellows. 

St. Luke's is recognized as a leader in such fields as heart surgery, kidney 
transplantation, artificial kidney treatments, and noninvasive diagnosis (ultrasound). The 
Hospital Center's clinically oriented research projects are involved in such areas as 
blood diseases, coronary artery disease, gastroenterology, obesity and nutrition (it is the 
site of the only federally funded obesity research center), pulmonary disease, renal 
transplant-immunology, and bioengineering. A medical library of 22,000 volumes is an 
integral part of the Hospital Center. St. Luke's is both a major referral institution and a 
community hospital. The more than fifty specialty and subspecialty clinics see 50,000 
patients yearly (totaling approximately 200,000 visits); the Emergency Room is one of 
the busiest in Manhattan, with 76,000 visits annually. The Hospital Center also operates 
extensive community programs in alcoholism treatment, drug detoxification, and mental 
health. 



Roosevelt Hospital Division 

The Roosevelt Hospital treated its first patient in 1871. It contains 583 beds and 
bassinets. There are about 217,000 outpatient and emergency-room visits annually. 
Approximately 19,000 patients are admitted to this hospital yearly. The hospital is 
engaged in many research and teaching activities. There are 159 members of the house 
staff. A new research building containing 52,000 square feet of laboratory space for all 
departments was opened in 1973. The medical library contains 17,000 volumes and 
subscribes to 550 medical and technical journals. The hospital is actively engaged in 
community programs, as represented by its Children and Youth Program and by its 



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Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, and many other outreach and community programs 
sponsored by the Departments of Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Medicine, and Ambulatory 
Care. 

New York State Psychiatric Institute 

The Institute was built and is maintained by the New York State Department of Mental 
Hygiene. Through a contractual arrangement, it is affiliated with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. The Institute's functions are to carry out research on the 
causes and treatment of psychiatric disorders and the education of those entering the 
mental health field. The Institute currently maintains twelve major research laborato- 
ries, a hospital, and a number of specialized outpatient departments providing diagnos- 
tic and treatment facilities. 



Admission, Registration, Expenses, 
and Financial Aid 



Entering classes are enrolled in the College in September of each year. The minimum 
requirement for admission is attendance for three full academic years at an approved 
college of arts and sciences. Most applicants present four academic years and a 
bachelor's degree, although these are not required. The composition of our entering 
classes indicates, however, that only a relatively small number of three-year students 
have been accepted in the past by our Committee on Admissions. 

The college program must have included English, physics, biology, organic chemistry 
(including at least one semester of laboratory), and some other courses in chemistry 
covering at least one academic year each. These requirements have been designated as 
mandatory not only by our faculty but by various state medical licensure boards as well; 
accordingly, appplicants cannot be excused from them. Courses in genetics and 
embryology will be useful but are not required. Students applying for admission must 
also have taken the Medical College Admission Test in the spring or fall of the year of 
application but only if the test scores will be sent to medical schools in the State of New 
York; if the scores will not be sent to this school, the requirement will be waived for all 
applicants. The student may have concentrated in any area — in the natural sciences, 
social sciences, humanities, or arts — but evidence of a balanced education, as well as 
demonstrated interest and ability in the natural sciences, is preferred. 



Application Procedure 



Application for admission must be filed on a special form obtained from the Admissions 
Office of the Faculty of Medicine. Applications should be submitted as promptly as 
possible, though they are accepted only for the next incoming class; requests for 
application forms may be submitted one year in advance of registration. The completed 
form must be accompanied by the application fee of $25. The fee helps to cover the cost 
of processing the application; it is therefore not returnable and is not credited toward 
tuition. 

Applicants will be notified when their applications have been received. The Commit- 
tee on Admissions, however, evaluates only completed applications, that is, those for 
which letters of recommendation have been received, along with MCAT scores and 
transcripts. Applicants will be notified, also, when their applications have been 
completed; if such notification is not received within sixty days after the date of the 
preliminary processing of an application, applicants should make inquiries at the 
Admissions Office to learn which items have not yet been received. Failure to receive 
letters of recommendation and transcripts is the most common cause of delay in the 
completion of applications. 

If a personal interview is required in connection with the application, it will be 
requested by the Admissions Office. 



Selection of Students 

The Committee on Admissions devotes months to the task of selecting a class of 148 
from a very large number of applicants. Obviously there will be many well-qualified 
students whom the College will not be able to accept. The Faculty of Medicine 
recognizes its obligations in the field of medical education and research not only to the 
local area but to the nation as well. Admission will not be offered to any applicant who 
has not been interviewed by one of the College's representatives. Impressions from such 
an interview, as well as scores on the MCAT and academic records, will be considered in 
selecting individuals for admission. Other selection criteria are listed below. 



ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 27 



The Committee places great importance on the fact that the students have learned to 
think for themselves, to explore, to work hard under their own initiative, to consider 
alternatives and make decisions, and to develop a desire for a continuous program of 
self-education. In the selection of students, preference is given to those who, in the 
opinion of the Committee on Admissions, have shown high achievement in their college 
education, a mature sense of values, sound motivation, qualities of leadership, and 
ability to assume responsibility, and to those who have already given evidence that they 
are qualified to complete all requirements of our curriculum and to graduate as ethical, 
compassionate, and competent physicians. 

The practice of medicine is both a science and an art, and to treat the patient as a 
whole person, the doctor must be a whole person. Students planning a career in 
medicine should be motivated toward becoming leaders in medical thinking, rather than 
technicians, because medical practice is both a private enterprise and a public 
responsibility. The liberal arts college offers the opportunity to prepare for a happier 
and more useful life of citizenship. Years of specialization lie ahead in a professional 
career, but the foundation of all advanced study is a broad liberal education, of which 
science is a part. 



Admission to Advanced Standing 



Only a very small number of vacancies occur during the medical course, and students 
can be accepted on transfer from other schools only when such vacancies do arise. Any 
student desiring to transfer from an accredited school of medicine to the upper classes of 
the College should communicate with the Admissions Office to learn if a vacancy exists. 

Admission of Foreign Students 

Applicants need not be citizens of this country but preferably should have received their 
premedical education at an accredited college or university in the United States or 
Canada. Applications may be submitted by individuals who have been educated 
elsewhere, but in the past the Committee on Admissions has had great difficulty in 
finding a satisfactory means of evaluating the caliber of education available in the many 
colleges and universities throughout the world. Likewise, the Committee will accept 
applications for admission to this school with advanced standing from individuals who 
have begun their medical education in schools outside the United States and Canada, 
but again it has usually been able to admit relatively few individuals either to an entering 
class or with advanced standing whose previous education has not been obtained in this 
country or Canada. 

Registration 

Before attending classes, each student must register in person at the Office of the 
Registrar during the registration period listed in the Academic Calendar. The Office of 
the Registrar, on the first floor of the Black Building, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily 
except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. 

All students will be asked to give Social Security numbers when registering in the 
University. Any who do not now have a number should obtain one from their local Social 
Security office well in advance of registration. 

Regulations 

According to University regulations, each person whose registration has been completed 
will be considered a student of the University during the term for which he or she is 



28 ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 



registered unless the student's connection with the University is officially severed by 
withdrawal or otherwise. No student registered in any school or college of the University 
shall at the same time be registered in any other school or college, either of Columbia 
University or of any other institution, without the specific authorization of the dean or 
director of the school or college of the University in which he or she is first registered. 

The privileges of the University are not available to any student until he or she has 
completed registration. A student who is not officially registered for a University course 
may not attend the course unless granted auditing privileges (see below). No student 
may register after the stated period without the written consent of the appropriate dean 
or director. 

The University reserves the right to withhold the privilege of registration or any other 
University privilege from any person with unpaid indebtedness to the University. 



Conduct 

All members of the University community, its visitors and guests, are governed by the 
Rules of University Conduct, which apply to all demonstrations, including rallies and 
picketing, that take place on or at a University facility. It is the student's responsibility to 
be aware of all provisions, regulations, and procedures contained in the Rules. Copies 
are available in the Office of the University Senate, 406 Low Memorial Library. 



Attendance 

Students are held accountable for absences incurred owing to late enrollment. 

Religious Holidays 

It is the policy of the University to respect its members' observance of their major 
religious holidays. Officers of administration and of instruction responsible for the 
scheduling of required academic activities or essential services are expected to avoid 
conflict with such holidays as much as possible. Such activities include examinations, 
registration, and various deadlines that are a part of the academic calendar. 

Where scheduling conflicts prove unavoidable, no student will be penalized for 
absence for religious reasons, and alternative means will be sought for satisfying the 
academic requirements involved. If a suitable arrangement cannot be worked out 
between the student and the instructor involved, students and instructors should consult 
the appropriate dean or director. If an additional appeal is needed, it may be taken to 
the Provost. 



Auditing Courses 

Degree candidates in good standing who are enrolled for a full-time program in the 
current term may audit one or two courses (except during the summer term) in any 
division of the University without charge by filing a formal application in the Registrar's 
Office (Black Building, Room 138) no later than September 12 in the autumn term and 
January 28 in the spring term. Applications require (a) the certification of the Registrar 
that the student is eligible to audit and (b) the approval of the dean of the school in which 
the courses are offered. 

For obvious reasons, elementary language courses, studio courses, applied music 
courses, laboratory courses, and seminars are not open to auditors; other courses may 
be closed because of space limitations. In no case will an audited course appear on a 



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student's record, nor is it possible to turn an audited course into a credit course by 
paying the fee after the fact. Courses previously taken for credit may not be audited. 



Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute for medical students, are subject to change at 
any time at the discretion of the Trustees. 

Beginning with the academic year 1979-1980, University charges such as tuition and 
fees, residence halls, and board plans may be paid at the student's convenience during 
the term. The full amount of any charge may be paid when due without penalty, or 
payment may be made in installments. If partial payments are made, a finance charge 
of 1 percent a month is assessed on amounts not paid by the due date shown on the 
monthly bill. In either event, however, the student is required to sign a Retail Installment 
Credit Agreement at the time of registration which sets forth the full terms and 
conditions of payment. All charges must be paid by the end of the term. 

Tuition, the student health service fee, and the health insurance premium are payable 
as part of registration. (If the student chooses to pay tuition in two installments, one half 
of the tuition is payable at registration in September and the other half is payable in 
January.) If these fees are paid after the last day of registration (see the Academic 
Calendar) they will not be reduced, and a late fee of $25 will be imposed. Checks for 
tuition and fees should be made payable to Columbia University. 



Tuition 

For the full course in medicine for one academic year (or the equivalent), payable in two 
installments $6,500.00 



Health Service and Hospital Insurance Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute, are subject to change at the discretion of the 
Trustees. For all full-time students, per year (September 1 -August 31) 

Health service fee $255.00 

Hospital insurance premium 157.00 

The student health service fee contributes to the cost of operating the Student Health 
Service. The hospital insurance fee pays the annual premium to the Associated Hospital 
Service of New York. Participation in these programs is compulsory for all full-time 
students; students who already carry hospital insurance, however, will be charged the 
health service fee only. Proof of comparable coverage must be shown at the time of 
registration. Upon payment of additional fees, students can acquire hospital insurance 
coverage for their dependents and the latter are eligible to receive the benefits of the 
health service program. Students should consult the Office of the Registrar, Black 
Building, Room 138, for further information on dependent coverage. 

The Student Health Service, which holds daily office hours, is on the street level of 
Bard Haven Tower 1 (60 Haven Avenue). 



Application Fees 

For admission $25.00 

For late application, or late renewal of application, for a degree 25.00 



30 ADMISSION, REGISTRATION, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL AID 



Late Registration Fees 



During late registration 
Up to four weeks after late registration 
Four to eight weeks after late registration 
Eight to twelve weeks after late registration 
Beyond twelve weeks after late registration 



Full -Time 

$ 25.00 

50.00 

75.00 

100.00 

125.00 



Part-Time 
$25.00 
35.00 
45.00 
55.00 
65.00 



Withdrawal and Adjustment of Fees 

A student in good academic standing who is not subject to discipline will always be given 
an honorable dismissal if he or she wishes to withdraw from the University. Withdrawal is 
defined as the dropping of one's entire program in a given semester as opposed to 
dropping a portion of one's program. 

Any student withdrawing must notify the Registrar in writing: failure to attend classes 
or notification of instructors does not constitute formal withdrawal and will result in 
failing grades in all courses. Any adjustment of the tuition that the student has paid is 
reckoned from the date on which the Registrar receives the student's written notifica- 
tion. Application fees, late fees, and special fees are not refundable. 

Up to and including the second Saturday after the first day of classes, tuition will be 
retained in the following amount: 



Full-time study 
Part-time study 



$50.00 
25.00 



After the second Saturday after the first day of classes in the term, the above amount is 
retained, plus an additional percentage of the remaining tuition (as indicated in the 
schedule below), for each week, or part of a week, of the term up to the date on which 
the student's written notice of withdrawal is received by the Registrar. 



Adjustment Schedule 



Second Saturday after 

first day of classes 
Week following second 
Saturday after first day 
of classes 
Second following week 
Third following week 
Fourth following week 
Fifth following week 
Sixth following week 
Seventh following week 
Eighth following week 



linim 


um 


> Fees 


Retained 


$25 


or 


$50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 


25 


or 


50 



Percentage of 

Remaining Tuition 

Retained 





10 
20 
30 
45 
60 
75 
90 
100 (no adjustment) 



Application or Renewal of 
Application for a Degree 

Degrees are awarded three times a year — in October, January, and May. A candidate 
for any Columbia degree (except the Ph.D. degree) must file an application with the 



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Registrar, 630 West 168th Street. In the 1980-1981 academic year, the last day to file 
for an October degree is August 1; for a January degree, October 31; and for a May 
degree, February 16. A late fee of $25 will be charged after these dates and until the 
expiration of the late filing period for each conferral date (September 4 for October 
degrees, December 5 for January degrees, March 30 for May degrees). Applications 
received after the late filing period will automatically be applied to the next conferral 
date. 

If the student fails to earn the degree by the conferral date for which he or she has 
made application, the student may renew the application. A $25 late fee will be charged 
for late filing of renewals of application according to the same schedule as for original 
applications (see above). 



Requests for Transcripts 

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended prohibits the 
release of educational records by institutions without the specific written consent of the 
student or alumnus. Students or alumni may request copies of their records by writing to 
the Office of the Registrar, 201 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 
10027. Official copies will be sent directly by the University only to an official address 
such as another university, a business firm, or government agency. However students or 
alumni may request that unofficial copies of their transcripts (stamped "Student Copy") 
be sent directly to them. 

There is a charge of $2 for each transcript requested except for intrauniversity copies 
sent between University offices. Transcript requests are processed in the order received 
and require five to seven working days for processing. Specific deadlines should be 
mentioned, and checks accompanying requests should be made payable to Columbia 
University. 



Estimated Expenses 

Current educational expenses for a student attending the College during the first 
academic year are as follows: 

Tuition $6,500.00 

Health and Hospitalization Insurance Fees 412.00 

Books and supplies 650.00 

Microscope rental cost and other equipment 450.00 

In addition to the educational costs listed above, each first-year student should budget 
approximately $4,140 to cover housing ($1,375), food ($1,900), clothing, laundry and 
dry cleaning ($265), and miscellaneous expenses ($600). 

There are differences in the length of each academic year, and living and miscella- 
neous expenses vary. Each year the College Committee on Financial Aid prepares a 
statement of estimated expenses for students in each year of the medical school 
curriculum. These statements are given to all financial aid applicants at the time of 
distribution of the financial aid policy statement. 



Microscope, Instruments, and Books 

Students are required to have microscopes for courses in the first and second years of 
medical school. A microscope rental service is operated by the Medical Center 
Bookstore. For students who wish to purchase a new or used microscope, the faculty 
recommends a binocular instrument of standard make, complete with carrying case, 



32 FINANCIAL AID 

built-in illuminator, and quadruple nosepiece (4X, lOX, 40X, and lOOX oil-immersion 
objectives). 

Students are required to purchase dissection equipment for the first-year course in 
gross anatomy and instruments for the diagnostic examination of patients. 

The books required or recommended for courses of instruction are announced at the 
beginning of each academic year. 



Housing 

Bard Hall, at 50 Haven Avenue overlooking Riverside Park and the Hudson River, is the 
residence for students in the College. Its facilities include lounges, a cafeteria and 
several dining rooms, and a gymnasium with a swimming pool, basketball and squash 
courts, and facilities for other sports. 

Room rates at Bard Hall depend on the length of the academic year and the room 
assignment. Information on the cafeteria service, room application forms, and other 
details are provided for entering students by the Admissions Office. For further 
information, write to the Bard Hall Manager, 50 Haven Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
10032. 

Apartments are available for married students in Bard Haven Tower I on the Medical 
Center campus. Married or single students may rent apartments in Towers II and III; the 
rents are higher. Information may be obtained from the Manager, Bard Haven Towers, 
100 Haven Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032. 



Financial Aid 

All financial aid awards are based on verified need. Each year applicants for financial 
aid are required to borrow a sum of money (unit loan) before becoming eligible for 
scholarships administered by the College. Financial aid awards are intended to supple- 
ment, rather than substitute for, the student's resources and parental contributions. 

Upon acceptance to the College, students receive the financial aid policy statement, 
loan interest and repayment information, and an application form which must be 
completed promptly. Students enrolled in the College are informed annually about the 
policies for the coming academic year and the dates for submission of the financial aid 
application and loan applications. Further information may be obtained from the 
Financial Aid Office of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, telephone (212) 
694-4100. 

Spouses of medical students should consult the personnel offices of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons and of the Presbyterian Hospital for information regarding 
employment opportunities at the Medical Center. 

Scholarships 

Students are urged to determine the availability of scholarship assistance from the states 
in which they reside and to make application for such funds when appropriate. As an 
example. New York State provides funds through the Tuition Assistance Program to 
residents who meet financial qualifications. In addition. New York State has instituted 
the Special Regents Medical Scholarship, which is intended to ease the physician 
shortage in certain areas of the state. The Financial Aid Office provides interested 
students with the necessary information on applications for these programs. Applicants 
to medical school should consult college premedical offices for information on the 
competitive New York State Regents Awards. 

Among nongovernmental sources of funding there is the National Medical Fellow- 
ships, Inc., which awards fellowships to needy black Americans, American Indians, 



FINANCIAL AID 33 



Mexican-Americans, and mainland Puerto Ricans. Applicants must be citizens of the 
United States or permanent residents (visa status). Awards are given to first- and 
second-year medical students. Enrolled medical students should apply to NMF at 250 
West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 before March 1 for financial assistance for the 
second year of medical school. Applicants to medical school should request information 
from NMF. 

The R.G. Haddad Foundation Scholarship is available for enrolled medical students 
who are United States citizens of Syrian or Lebanese descent. Applicants must have 
verified financial need. A grant for one year may be renewed upon application. 
Annually, the Financial Aid Office of the College of Physicians and Surgeons advises 
students of the availability of this scholarship. 

There are a number of scholarship funds administered by the Financial Aid Office of 
the College. With the exception of the Lawrence John Durante Scholarship (see below), 
students do not apply directly for these scholarships. The named scholarships listed 
below have been donated by alumni, foundations, corporations, and friends of the 
University. 

Endowed Scholarship Funds 

ALLEN Gift of Mrs. Vivian B. Allen. 

ALUMNI A limited number of national scholarships. Provided by gifts from the P&S 
Alumni Association and other contributors. 

ANONYMOUS Several; awarded annually. 

BANBURY From the Banbury Scholarship Fund. 

ALICE IDA AND ABRAHAM PENNER BERNHEIM SCHOLARSHIP FUND For 
tuition. 

ISAAC J. AND RENA HENLY BERNHEIM Given by the family in honor of Isaac J. 
and Rena Henly Bernheim. 

ELSIE J. BIRTWHISTLE Founded by the will of Morell Birtwhistle, in memory of his 
wife. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, Jr. From the George Blumenthal, Jr., Fund. 

ELIZABETH ROCK BRACKETT SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Dr. Brackett, 
the income to be used for scholarship assistance for women medical students studying 
under the Faculty of Medicine. 

Dr. HARRY BRITENSTOOL MEMORIAL From the estate of Mrs. Blanche B. 
Ostheimer, in memory of her brother. 

LUCIEN AND ETHEL BROWNSTONE MERIT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND A 
merit scholarship awarded every four years. 

Dr. MOSES R. BUCHMAN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students, 
with preference given to those who are residents of Westchester and who plan to 
practice pediatrics. Established by friends of Dr. Buchman. 

DAVID C. BULL MEMORIAL In memory of Dr. David C. Bull, a former member of 
the Department of Surgery. 

RICHARD BUTLER Open to men born in the state of Ohio who are qualified for 
admission to, and plan to enter, Columbia College, the Graduate School of Arts and 
Sciences, the School of Law, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, or the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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ALONZO CLARK Founded by the will of Alonzo Clark, M.D., LL.D., for many years 
president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1890 Given by a member of the class. 

CLASS OF 1899 Given by the class in commemoration of the thirty-fifth anniversary 
of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1912 Given by the class on the fifteenth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1913 For medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1920 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1924 To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of their graduation. 

CLASS OF 1928 Given at their tenth reunion. 

CLASS OF 1932 For a scholarship room. Given by the class on the twenty-fifth 
anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1933 For a scholarship. 

CLASS OF 1934 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1936 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1937 Awarded for tuition of medical students. 

CLASS OF 1938 Awarded annually to assist a student in the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1939 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1940 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1942 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1952 Given by members of the class on the tenth anniversary of its 
graduation. 

CLASS OF 1953 Given by members of the class. 

CLASS OF 1964 Established in memory of Dr. Howard Gerstel. 

HENRY D. CRUGER Bequest of Helen Cruger, in memory of the Henry D. Cruger 
family. 

CHARLES A. DANA FOUNDATION, Inc. Established by the Foundation. 

ANTHONY M. DeANGELIS Open to a student of the fourth-year class. Given by Dr. 
Anthony M. DeAngelis. 

HORACE DENNETT Open to students in the third- and fourth-year classes. 

DAVID M. DEVENDORF Preference is given to a candidate from Herkimer County, 
New York, preferably one from the town of Herkimer. Given by Mrs. David M. 
Devendorf of Herkimer, New York, in memory of her husband. Dr. David M. Devendorf, 
Class of 1861. 

FRANCIS E. DOUGHTY Given by Miss Phoebe Caroline Swords, in memory of Dr. 
Francis E. Doughty, Class of 1869. 



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LAWRENCE JOHN DURANTE Given by members of the Class of 1961, in memory 
of Lawrence John Durante. Awarded annually to a senior student with verified financial 
need by the Durante Scholarship Fund Committee after review of the applications of 
qualified students. 

EDWARD PERCY EGLEE Bequest of Edward Percy Eglee, Class of 1913, member of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons from 1919 until his retirement in 
1953, when he was a clinical professor of medicine. 

JOSEPH HERMAN AND HANNAH EICHNER Established by the will of Benjamin 
Bernard Eichner, Class of 1919. 

JOSEPH C. FOSTER Given by Mrs. Esther J. Foster, in memory of her husband. 

VIRGINIA KNEELAND FRANTZ Bequest of Dr. Frantz. 

NELLIE ALDEN FRANZ Bequest of Nellie A. Franz to Columbia University for 
scholarships to worthy young women for undergraduate or graduate study, with 
preference for those interested in medicine, nursing, sociology, and journalism. 

GEORGE AND CHARLIE Given by the Alumni Association of the College, in memory 
of George Peters and Charles Costello, long-time employees of the Medical Center. 

JACOB HARSEN Given by Dr. Jacob Harsen. 

FRANK HARTLEY Given by friends and colleagues of Dr. Frank Hartley, class of 
1880. 

WILLIAM H. HEMINGWAY 

AARON HIMMELSTEIN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students. 
Given by Dr. Himmelstein's friends and colleagues. 

IRMA T. HIRSCHL SCHOLARSHIPS From the estate of Irma T. Hirschl. Awarded 
on the criteria of financial need, outstanding scholarship and dedication to medical 
science, the easing of pain and protection of life. 

CHARLES EUGENE HUBER, Sr. Bequest of Francis D. Huber, in memory of his 
father. 

FRANCIS HUBER Open to a graduate of any institution other than Columbia 
University, City College, Barnard College, or Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

VIOLA B. HUBER Open to a graduate of Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI For graduates of Columbia University and City College. Given 
by Dr. Francis Huber, in memory of Dr. Abraham Jacobi. 

EDWARD R. JEAL Awarded to deserving students studying under the Faculty of 
Medicine. 

CHARLES CHRISTIAN LIEB Awarded to a student interested in the study of 
pharmacology. Given in memory of Dr. Charles Christian Lieb, Hosack Professor of 
Pharmacology. 

LI MING Awarded with preference to students of Chinese birth or descent or 
nationality. Established by bequest of Mr. Li Ming. 

MARJORIE McANENY Open to a graduate of Barnard College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 



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ELIZABETH HALL McCULLOGH Given by Mrs. William G. Heaphy in memory of 
her sister, Dr. Elizabeth McCullogh, an alumna of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

HERBERT D. MANLEY Given as bequest by the late Dr. Herbert D. Manley. 

FRANCIS HARTMAN MARKOE Given by Madeline Shelton Markoe, in memory of 
her husband. 

M. MONTGOMERY MAZE From the estate of M. Montgomery Maze, Pearl River, 
N.Y. Part of this fund may be used for scholarships and/or fellowships, preferably for 
graduates of the Pearl River High School. 

MABEL C. MEAD Awarded to women students of Chinese ancestry. Preference given 
to those desiring to study medicine. 

VIVIAN AND SEYMOUR MILSTEIN ENDOWMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIPS Estab- 
lished by the donors in honor of their friends and physicians, Drs. David Habif and 
Duane Todd. 

SAMUEL J. MORITZ MEMORIAL Given by the executors of the estate of Samuel J. 
Moritz. 

GULLI LINDH MULLER Bequest of the donor to be awarded with preference to a 
gifted woman student. 

P&S SCHOLARSHIP AID AND LOAN FUND Established by the wives of the 
members of the Faculty of Medicine, faculty, and friends of the College. 

RUDOLPH AND MARY E. PFEIFFER Given by Mrs. Mary E. Pfeiffer. 

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP Granted with preference to 
sons or daughters of alumni of Presbyterian Hospital. Given by the Society of the Alumni 
of Presbyterian Hospital. 

WILLIAM COLE RAPPLEYE Established at the retirement of Dean Rappleye. 

RICHARD RHODEBECK Given by Mrs. Richard Rhodebeck, in memory of her 
husband. 

DAVID H. ROUS From family, friends, and business associates of David H. Rous, the 
income to be divided equally among the Graduate School of Business, Columbia College, 
and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

LOUIS AND RACHAEL RUDIN Established by the Rudin Foundation for students of 
excellence who would not otherwise be able to complete their education. 

SAGAMORE Awarded to needy students. 

JOSEPH F. SAPHIR MEMORIAL Given by Elsa M. Saphir, in memory of her 
husband, Joseph F. Saphir, Class of 1902. 

THE MARY S. SAXE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Mary S. Saxe. 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Given by faculty members, alumni, and students, in 
honor of Dr. Severinghaus's services to the College. 

BERNARD E. SMITH MEMORIAL Given by Mrs. Gertrude Smith, in memory of her 
husband. 

THE JAMES A. STEVENSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by Mrs. 
Ann Stevenson Hardesty, in memory of her brother James Albert Stevenson, Class of 
1943. 



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EDGAR EGINTON STEWART, Jr., MEMORIAL Given by Dr. E. E. Stewart, in 
memory of his son. 

ARTHUR PURDY STOUT MEMORIAL Given by the Arthur Purdy Stout Society. 

ARNOLD STURMDORF Awarded to one or more students in their third or fourth 
year of medical school. Bequest of Miriam Sturmdorf. 

HAROLD S. VAUGHAN Bequest of Dr. Harold Vaughan, Class of 1904. 

ANDREA VICALE MEMORIAL Established by Dr. Carmine T. Vicale, in memory of 
his father. 

HERMANN VOLLMER Established in his memory by his wife. 

THEODORE L. VOSSELER Preference is given to graduates of Colgate University. 
Given by Dr. Allison J. Vosseler, Class of 1933, in memory of his father. Dr. Theodore 
L. Vosseler. 

ROBERT M. WECHSLER Given by Dr. I. S. Wechsler, in memory of his son, Robert 
M. Wechsler, Class of 1945, and by members of the class of 1945, in memory of their 
classmate. 

WHITING— Dr. FORDYCE B. St. JOHN SCHOLARSHIP FUND Gift by the Mrs. 
Giles Whiting Foundation, in honor of Dr. Fordyce B. St. John. 

Dr. JAMES LANCELOT WILSON Awarded to a student selected by the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



Gift Funds 

CITIBANK MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by the Citibank. The recipient 
must have demonstrated need for support and he/she must be a New York State 
resident. 

VALERIE AND GEORGE DELACORTE FOUNDATION Annual gift. 

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP GIFT FUND Gifts and memorials by various donors. 

CHARLES F. IKLE SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH FUND Grant by the New 
York Community Trust. 

JAMES T. LEE FOUNDATION, Inc. Annual grant to medical students. 

JULIUS E. STOLFI MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FUND SCHOLAR- 
SHIP 

THE SULZBERGER FOUNDATION Annual gift. Awarded to senior students with 
very good academic records, significant financial need, and plans to pursue careers in 
family medicine or general internal medicine in nonurban areas. 



Loans 

Loans are available to all full-time medical students. These funds are provided by 
various sources, including the federal and state governments, the University, and also 
private agencies, as outlined below. 

Foreign students who hold an F-1 student visa are eligible to borrow only from University 
funds and must have comakers who are citizens or permanent residents of the United 
States. Comakers should not be University employees. Foreign students may borrow 



38 FINANCIAL AID 

from federal or state loan funds upon being granted permanent resident visa status in 
the United States. 

Federal Health Professions Loans. These are allocated by the Bureau of Health 
Manpower of the National Institutes of Health to individual medical schools, which are 
responsible for determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts to be 
loaned. Assuming the availability of adequate funding, the maximum loan to a student in 
an academic year is the cost of tuition plus $2,500. Loans are repayable to the school 
over a ten-year period beginning one year after completing or interrupting the 
prescribed full-time course of study. Interest at the annual rate of 7 percent begins to 
accrue when the loan becomes repayable. 

Repayment of Health Professions Loans may be deferred up to three years for those 
who become members of a uniformed federal service on sustained full-time duty (i.e., 
the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey), 
the Public Health Service, or the Peace Corps. For those pursuing advanced profes- 
sional training, repayment may be deferred to completion of the training program. 
Interest does not accrue during period of deferment. 

Health Professions Loans are forgiven or canceled under certain conditions: (1) In the 
instance of students who agree to practice medicine for at least two years in a region of a 
state that has been determined to need additional personnel, the federal government 
will repay 60 percent of the outstanding principal and interest on any educational loan(s) 
for the cost of professional education. For a third year of practice in such an area, an 
additional 25 percent of the loan(s) will be repaid. (2) The outstanding loans of students 
who fail to complete their health professions studies will be repaid if they are in 
exceptionally needy circumstances, from a low-income or disadvantaged family, and 
cannot be expected to resume studies within two years. (3) Loans of students who die or 
suffer permanent and total disability will be canceled. 

National Direct Student Loans. Funds are allocated by the Office of Education to schools 
which are responsible for determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts 
to be awarded. The total (undergraduate and graduate school loans) available to a 
student from the NDSL program is $12,000. The current interest rate, payable during 
the repayment period, is 4 percent on the unpaid principal. Repayment begins six 
months after graduation or after leaving school. The repayment period may extend up 
to ten years. Repayment may be deferred for up to three years during active U.S. 
military service, during service in the Peace Corps or Volunteers in Service to America 
(VISTA), or during service in an internship required to begin professional practice. 

Federal and State Guaranteed Loans. Under the auspices of the Office of Education of 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, federally insured loans are made by 
authorized banks, savings-and-loan associations, credit unions, pension funds, and 
insurance companies. The maximum loan each academic year under this program is 
$5,000, and the total outstanding loan balance at any one time may not exceed 
$25,000. Lending institutions participating in this program can provide information 
regarding interest rates, repayment and deferment of repayment. 

Other Sources of Loans. The National Education Loan Guarantee Program of the 
American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation (AMA-ERF) makes 
possible loans to all medical students, interns, and residents in good standing who are 
United States citizens, provided they are enrolled in full-time training at an AMA- 
approved American medical school or hospital and can demonstrate financial need. 
Medical students must have completed their first semester in order to qualify. The 
maximum amount that can be borrowed in a twelve-month period (September 1 to 
August 31) is $2,500. Up to a total of $12,500 may be borrowed over a period of seven 
years. The minimum loan for any one interim note is $400. 

Interest rates have not been set at the time of this printing. Interest charges must be 
paid in full each year by the student. Payment of principal is deferred during the training 
period. Prepayment of principal may be made at any time without penalty. 



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University loan funds are also intended to supplement students' resources when monies 
are available. Included among these are the following funds: 

PETER AMAZON Bequest of Peter Amazon. 

LEONARD ALEXANDER ARMS Bequest of Lydia B. Arms, in memory of her 
husband, to create a revolving loan fund for scholarship and research to medical 
students and graduate students at P&S. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, Jr. Used for the assistance of needy students in the 
medical school. 

CLASS OF 1906 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1906. 

CLASS OF 1919 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1919. To be used for 
loans to deserving^ students. 

CAROL ELISSA GARDNER Established by Dr. M. Jordan Thorstad, in memory of his 
wife. Dr. Carol Elissa Gardner Thorstad, Class of 1941. 

DAVID GREENE A bequest from the estate of Fannye Greene Meyerson, in honor of 
her brother, Dr. David Greene. Used for assistance of needy students in the medical 
school and Columbia College. 

GEORGE L. HAWKINS, Jr. Gift of George L. Hawkins, Jr., Class of 1941. 

B. H. HOMAN, Jr. REVOLVING LOAN FUND Long-term, low-interest loans for 
needy students. 

ROBERT ABBE MACKENZIE Established by friends, colleagues, and patients of Dr. 
MacKenzie, an alumnus of the Class of 1921. 

GEORGE W. MERCK MEMORIAL Established by the Merck Company Foundation in 
honor of George W. Merck. For graduates of P&S, wherever they are in training, or to 
graduates of other medical schools in training at hospitals affiliated with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

JESSIE SMITH NOYES 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Established by the Clark Foundation as an unrestricted, 
discretionary fund to be used primarily for the support of students and student activities. 
Priority given to fourth-year students who are subjected to increased living and 
transportation costs because of electing clerkships at the Mary Imogene Bassett 
Hospital, Cooperstown, N.Y. 

WALTER C. AND MARJORIE C. STEIN Bequest of Marjorie C. Stein. 

STEINHARDT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Bequest of Samuel C. Steinhardt. 
Awarded to graduates of one of the colleges of the City University of New York who 
have attended public schools exclusively (except for religious instruction). To be repaid 
in fifteen years; without interest for the first ten years; with 5 percent annual interest 
thereafter on the unpaid balance. 

In addition to the foregoing, periodically there are funds for short-term emergency loans, 
which are administered through the Financial Aid Office of the medical school. 

Prizes 

Dr. HARRY S. ALTMAN PRIZE Awarded to an outstanding senior student who 
demonstrates a special interest in pediatric ambulatory care. Established to honor Dr. 
Harry S. Altman, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to scholarship in 
pediatrics. 



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HERBERT J. BARTELSTONE AWARD IN PHARMACOLOGY Awarded to a 
member of the graduating class of the College who has demonstrated exceptional 
accomplishments in pharmacology. Established to honor the memory of Professor 
Herbert J. Bartelstone, member of the Department of Pharmacology from 1950 until 
1973, dedicated and inspiring teacher, and uncompromising advocate of the importance 
of rigorous preparation in basic medical science in the education of the physician. 

COAKLEY MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Otolaryngology to a 
senior student who has done outstanding work in the field. 

TITUS MUNSON COAN PRIZE Awarded to the senior student who has submitted the 
best essay in biological science or otherwise best contributed to its advancement. 
Bequest of Titus M. Coan. 

THOMAS F. COCK, M.D., PRIZE Awarded to a senior student for excellence in 
obstetrics and gynecology. 

FREDERICK PARKER GAY MEMORIAL AWARD Awarded to the senior student 
whose work in microbiology is judged the most outstanding. Given by Mrs. Frederick 
Parker Gay, in memory of her husband. 

JANEWAY PRIZE Awarded to the student graduating from the College with the 
highest marks for efficiency and ability. Given by the bequest of Matilda S. J. Wisner. 

Dr. HAROLD LAMPORT BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PRIZE Awarded to a senior 
student for the best thesis reporting original biomedical research. Gift of the Lamport 
Foundation. 

ROBERT F. LOEB AWARD Awarded to a senior student who, in the opinion of the 
Department of Medicine, has shown the greatest promise of excellence in clinical 
medicine. Established in memory of Dr. Robert F. Loeb, Bard Professor of Medicine, and 
chairman of the Department of Medicine from 1947 to 1959. 

F. PHILIP LOWENFISH PRIZE IN DERMATOLOGY Awarded to the individual who 
has done the most creative and original research in dermatology. Given by Mrs. 
Lowenfish, in her husband's memory. 

EDITH AND DENTON McKANE MEMORIAL AWARD Bequest of Edith U. 
McKane. Awarded to a senior student for excellence in basic or clinical research in 
ophthalmology. 

Dr. HAROLD LEE MEIERHOF MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded on recommendation of 
the professor of pathology to the student who has done the best work in the field during 
the four years of medical school. Given by the parents of Dr. Harold Lee Meierhof, Class 
of 1917. 

NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL AWARD An annual prize awarded to a 
senior student upon nomination by the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, for outstand- 
ing performance in the field. 

JOSEPH GARRISON PARKER AWARD Awarded to the senior in the College who 
best exemplifies, through a continued personal interest and activities in art, music, 
literature, or the public interest, the fact that Living and Learning go on together. Given 
by Dr. and Mrs. Philip Parker, in memory of their son, Joseph, Class of 1948, whose 
promising career in medicine was cut short by death in 1953, but in whose life the love 
of music and the arts was a constant source of inspiration. 

P&S CLASS OF 1924, Dr. ALLEN O. WHIPPLE MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded to a 
senior student, upon nomination of the Department of Surgery, for outstanding 
performance in the field. 



STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 41 



DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Psychiatry 
to a second-year student for the best work in psychopathology. 

SAMUEL W. ROVER AND LEWIS ROVER AWARD An annual prize to be awarded 
to a graduating medical student or a male graduate student for scholarship and 
outstanding achievement in biochemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

ANN RYAN PRIZE IN BIOCHEMISTRY To be awarded to deserving women 
graduate students. 

HELEN M. SCIARRA PRIZE Awarded to a senior student in the College for 
outstanding work in neurology. 

Dr. ALFRED STEINER AWARD Presented annually to one or more students chosen 
by a faculty committee on the basis of achievement in medical research. Funded by 
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in honor of Dr. Steiner. 

Dr. HAROLD B. STEVELMAN AWARD Awarded to a senior student for excellence 
in adult cardiology. In honor of Dr. Harold Stevelman, Class of 1958, in appreciation of 
his service to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert. 

UROLOGY PRIZES Awarded to senior students for the best essays on urological 
subjects. 

Dr. WILLIAM PERRY WATSON PRIZE IN PEDIATRICS Awarded on the nomina- 
tion of the professor of pediatrics to that member of the graduating class of the College 
who has shown the most notable work in the study of the diseases of infants and 
children. 

Dr. WILLIAM RAYNER WATSON AWARD Awarded to that member of the 
graduating class who has done the most outstanding work in psychiatry during the four 
years of attendance at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

SIGMUND L. WILENS PRIZE Awarded to a member of the graduating class who, in 
the opinion of the Department of Pathology, has been distinguished by special 
excellence in pathology. Gift of Dr. Marie Renate Dische Wilens, in memory of her 
husband, Dr. Sigmund L. Wilens. 

Student and Alumni Activities 

All students enrolled in the College enjoy the privileges and facilities of the University 
campus, including the University libraries. 

P&S Club 

The P&S Club was founded over eighty years ago by John R. Mott, who later won the 
Nobel Peace Prize. The Club is the most active and comprehensive student organization 
in American medical education today. All matriculated students in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons are members, eligible to participate in extracurricular activities 
of their choice. Under the guidance of the Faculty Advisory Board, the student cabinet, 
led by the president, assumes the entire responsibility for management of the Club. The 
cabinet consists of four elected members from each class and those who chair the 
following committees: Orientation, Handbook, Student-Faculty Home Visits, Films, 
Concerts, Choral Society, Bard Hall Players, Fine Arts, Athletics, Community Youth 
Work, Accessories, Social, and Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Society. 



42 STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 

A chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honor medical society, was founded at 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1907. Students are elected to membership in 
the senior year by a committee of the faculty appointed by the Dean. The committee is 
chaired by the Alpha Omega Alpha Councilor of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. Student membership is determined according to the constitution of the 
national society. Election is limited to those whose scholastic qualifications place them in 
the upper 25 percent of the class. The number of student members elected from any 
class may not exceed one-sixth of the number expected to graduate in that class. 
Although scholastic excellence is required for membership, integrity, capacity for 
leadership, compassion, and fairness in dealing with one's colleagues are judged to be of 
equal significance. 

P&S Alumni Association 

The P&S Alumni Relations Office serves to foster and maintain cordial relationships 
between the College of Physicians and Surgeons and its alumni, and is responsible for 
alumni relations programming and alumni annual fund raising projects. 

Regular members of the Alumni Association include all those awarded the M.D. or 
Med.Sc.D. degrees from the College as well as those awarded the Certificate in 
Psychoanalytic Medicine. Associate members include the faculty of the College, all 
house staff members and visiting fellows at hospitals affiliated with P&S and all Ph.D. 
graduates of the Basic Sciences Curricula. 

The work of the Alumni Association is accomplished through the efforts of its officers 
and the sixteen standing and ad hoc committees, all of whom form the constituency of 
the P&S Alumni Council. Members are encouraged to participate in the work and 
activities sponsored by the Association. Liaison with the College is facilitated through the 
office of the Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs. Among the important functions of the 
Association is participation in the publication of P&S, a magazine cosponsored by the 
alumni and the medical school. This publication serves as a major form of communica- 
tion between the school and its alumni, the faculty, the students and their parents, and 
other friends and associates of the College. 

Restricted revenues raised by the Alumni Association provide funds for endowed 
scholarships at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and toward the endowment of a 
P&S Alumni Association professorship. Unrestricted revenues raised by the Association 
allow the College flexibility in applying funds to areas of greatest need. Routinely, a 
substantial stipend from unrestricted revenues goes to the P&S Club. 

As future alumni, students play an important role in the work and deliberations of the 
Alumni Association. As members of the Student-Alumni Relations Committee, students 
and alumni work together in addressing students' current needs and seeking solutions to 
their problems. 

Information about the Alumni Association and its activities is available from the P&S 
Alumni Relations Office, 2005-C, Black Building, 630 West 168th Street, New York, 
N.Y. 10032. Telephone: (212) 694-3498. 



The Program of Instruction 



The first-year curriculum is largely devoted to basic science courses with correlation 
clinics to demonstrate the application of scientific information to the practice of 
medicine. The first-year student also studies the impact of health care systems in our 
current society on the individual patient and physician. Second-year courses concentrate 
on the clinical relevance of basic science concepts as the bridging process to clinical 
instruction begins. Correlations between pathology and pathophysiology are empha- 
sized. The development of basic clinical skills begins in the second semester and 
culminates in a four-week clerkship. Throughout both preclinical years elective opportu- 
nities are available for pursuit of areas of interest. 

The major clinical year is devoted exclusively to rotations on clerkships in the clinical 
disciplines. Under close supervision the students are helped to develop the skills and 
knowledge required for the practice of clinical medicine. Students learn to elicit a 
comprehensive history and to carry out a complete physical examination. They learn to 
develop professional relationships with patients, and they acquire an understanding of 
the mechanisms of disease and of the principles necessary for valid diagnostic appraisal 
and effective therapeutic plans. 

All courses of the first three years of the curriculum are required of all students. In the 
fourth year, with the guidance of faculty advisers, students design individual elective 
curricula, drawn from a wide range of basic scientific electives, clinical electives, and 
research programs offered by the faculty. Each fourth-year student is required to take a 
one-month selective in ambulatory care which includes clerkship experience in Public 
Health/Community Medicine. The elective courses of all departments are described in a 
catalog which is printed annually and distributed to students and faculty. Students are 
permitted to spend three months of the curriculum in elective programs offered by other 
medical schools. In addition, the School of Public Health offers international medicine 
programs that provide opportunities to study the organization and delivery of health 
services in many countries of the world. 

During the elective curriculum students have available the resources of the entire 
University. Students are encouraged to utilize elective curriculum time to reach career 
decisions. Faculty advisers stress the acquisition of knowledge and skills in areas of 
medicine apart from the student's career discipline, and they encourage students to gain 
experience in clinical and/or laboratory research. 

The College reserves the right to make changes in the program of studies and courses 
of instruction at any time. 



Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence 

All courses are rated on an Honors-Pass-Fail system and these ratings only are recorded 
on the official transcripts. Students are not ranked within the class. Faculty provide 
narrative descriptions of student performances in preclinical courses (Abnormal Human 
Biology, Introduction to the Patient, and Psychiatric Medicine I and II), major clinical 
year clerkships, and elective programs. These evaluations become part of the student's 
permanent academic record in the Office of the Dean. 

There are three standing faculty committees concerned with students' academic 
performances. These committees are: the First Year Class Faculty, the Second Year 
Class Faculty, and the Clinical Committee. The latter deals with academic performances 
in the major clinical year and the elective curriculum. The standing committees meet 
during each academic year to review student performances and to make decisions 
related to course failures and to promotions. Course failures in all years of the 
curriculum must be corrected according to the directives of the faculty committees. A 



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student may be advanced to the next academic year of the medical school curriculum 
only upon recommendation of the faculty committee. In any year of the curriculum 
students may be dismissed for poor scholarship. Repetition of a year of the curriculum 
may be recommended by a faculty committee. The faculty committees may direct 
students whose performances are marginal to undertake additional work to correct 
deficiencies and strengthen overall performance in any discipline. 

Students are informed in writing of the academic decisions of all faculty committees. 
Students have the right to appeal decisions of the faculty committees. A student who 
wishes to appeal may request the concerned committee to reverse or alter a decision. If 
the committee reaffirms the original decision, the student may direct an appeal to the 
Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, who may refer the appeal to the Executive Committee 
of the Faculty Council for final decision. 

The Faculty of Medicine reserves the right to dismiss, or to deny admission, 
registration, readmission, or graduation to any student who in the judgment of the 
Faculty of Medicine is determined to be unsuited for the study or practice of medicine. 

Students in the College of Physicians and Surgeons are required to pass National 
Board examinations Parts I and II prior to graduation. 

Leaves of absence may be granted by the Dean for a limited period of time in 
exceptional circumstances only for health reasons or personal emergencies. 

Key to Course Numbers 

Medical Center courses: The suffixes F and S refer to first- and second-year courses, 
respectively. Numbers without a suffix indicate major clinical year clerkships that are 
repeated throughout the year in instruction periods of twelve weeks or less. 



Summary of Curriculum (for students entering in 
September 1980) 

First Year 

SEPTEMBER 2, 1980 to JANUARY 9, 1981. First semester. 
JANUARY 12, 1981 to JUNE 5, 1981. Second semester. 

Second Year 

SEPTEMBER 8, 1981 through MAY 31, 1982. 

Third and Fourth Years 

JULY 1, 1982 through APRIL 30, 1984. 

Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses 
of the First and Second Years 

Abnormal Human Biology lOlS. 

Dr. Canfield and interdepartmental associates: Cardiology, Dr. Drusin; 
Pulmonary, Dr. Harvey; Endocrinology-Metabolism, Dr. Holub; Gastroen- 
terology. Dr. Glickman; Hematology. Dr. Rifkind; Immunology. Dr. Butler; 



PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 45 



Infectious Diseases, Dr. Neu; Oncology, Dr. Weinstein; Nephrology, Dr. 
Al-Awqati; Surgery, Dr. Lo-Gerfo. 

Exercises in the application and correlation of the basic sciences to a broad range of clinical 
problems. Teaching is by seminar/lecture and is closely integrated with courses in pathology, 
pharmacology, and introductory medicine. 

Anatomy lOlF. Microscopic anatomy 
Dr. Nunez and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies of 
structure in relation to function. 

Anatomy 102F. Human anatomy 

Drs. April, Moss, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory encompassing basic morphological and functional human 
anatomy. 

Anatomy 103F. Developmental anatomy 
Dr. Pfenninger and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory emphasizing the fundamental processes of embryogenesis; 
closely integrated with Anatomy 1 OIF-Microscopic anatomy. 

Biochemistry lOlF. Introductory biochemistry 
Dr. Gold and departmental staff. 

Lectures and conferences stressing principles of biochemistry and their relationship to disease 
processes. 

Genetics lOlS. Introductory clinical genetics 
Dr. Rifkind and associates. 

Lectures emphasizing general principles of genetics and their clinical application. 

Medicine lOlS. Introduction to the practice of medicine 
Drs. Canfield, Marcus, and associates. 

Lectures, conferences, and seminars addressing ethical and personal issues relevant to the practice 
of medicine. 

Medicine 102S. Introduction to the patient 
Dr. Morris and associates. 

A series of interdepartmental presentations and demonstrations followed by an intensive four-week 
preceptorship (at Harlem, Overlook, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital) during which 
the student will learn to take a comprehensive medical history and to perform a complete physical 
examination. 

Microbiology lOlF. General microbiology 
Drs. Erianger, Ginsberg, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory covering the basic principles of cell regulation, immunology, 
virology, and the biology of pathogenic organisms. 

Anatomy-Physiology 106S. Neural science 

Drs. Kandel, Kelly, Kupfermann, Rowland, Schwartz, and Spencer. 

Lectures, seminars, laboratories, and clinical demonstrations to provide an integrated understanding 
of neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, biochemistry, and behavior. 

Nutrition lOlF. Introduction to nutrition 
Dr. Winick and associates. 

Lectures that define the elements of nutrition essential for good health. 

Pathology lOlF. General pathology 

Drs. Branwood, Fenoglio, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory emphasizing the mechanisms of injury and repair in cells, 
tissues, and organ systems. 



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Pathology 102S. Systemic pathology 

Drs. Branwood, Fenoglio, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies to 
elucidate the pathogenesis of findings in disease. 

Pathology 103S. Neuropathology 
Dr. Duffy and associates. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and microscopic studies of diseases of the nervous system. 

Pharmacology lOlS. General and special pharmacology 
Dr. Kahn and departmental staff. 

Lectures, seminars, and demonstrations to elucidate the basic principles essential for the effective 
use of drugs as therapeutic or diagnostic agents. 

Medicine 105F. Physician-patient relationship 
Drs. Hembree, Rosenberg, and associates. 

Preceptor sessions emphasizing the central role of the physician-patient relationship in the practice of 
medicine and the importance of the effects of health care organization and other factors on that 
relationship. 

Physiology lOlF. Human physiology 
Dr. Nocenti and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and conferences to define the function of specific ceils, tissues, and organs 
and their homeostatic mechanisms. 

Psychiatry lOlF. Psychiatric Medicine, I 
Dr. Yudofsky and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars presenting the salient features of normal development. 

Psychiatry 102S. Psychiatric Medicine, II 
Dr. Yudofsky and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars covering the major mental illnesses and the elements of patient interviewing. 

Public Health lOlF. Structure of health care systems 
Dr. Rosenberg and associates. 

Lectures and seminar groups on the current organization of health care. 

Public Health 102F. Epidemiology 
Dr. Rush and associates. 

Lectures and seminars to present epidemiological principles. 

Public Health 103F. Biostatistics 
Dr. Fleiss and associates. 

Lectures on the basic elements of biostatistics applicable to medicine. 

Public Health 104F. Parasitic diseases 
Dr. Despommier and associates. 

Lectures and laboratories stressing parasitic diseases likely to be encountered and the techniques 
necessary for the diagnosis of these diseases. 



Major Clinical Year 



Anesthesiology 201. Clinical clerkship in anesthesiology 
Dr. Bendixen and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship that provides training in preanesthetic evaluation, management, and postanesthetic care 
of surgical patients. At the conclusion of the clerkship students should be able to do the following: (1) 
describe the major factors to be considered in selecting anesthetic drugs and techniques for patients 
undergoing common surgical procedures; (2) describe indications for positive pressure ventilation of 
the lungs and how the adequacy of such ventilation can be determined; (3) differentiate between a 
patent and obstructed airway in a patient and demonstrate on a patient or mannikin his/her ability to 
obtain a patent airway by positioning; (4) describe the indications for use of an endotracheal tube; (5) 



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describe procedures used for resuscitation of a patient who has had cardiac arrest and demonstrate 
on a mannikin his/her ability to perform mouth-to-mouth ventilation and closed chest cardiac 
massage; (6) describe indications for and contraindications to the use of local anesthetics to provide 
infiltration and nerve block anesthesia; and (7) describe the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and 
treatment of local anesthetic drug toxicity. 

Dermatology 201. 
Dr. Harber and staff. 

Medicine 201. Clinical clerkship in medicine 

Dr. Loeb and staff at the Harlem. Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's 

Hospitals. 

Extended clinical experience under a preceptorship system at Presbyterian Hospital and at another 
affiliated hospital, Harlem, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital. At the conclusion of the clerkship the 
student should be capable of taking a precise medical history, performing an accurate physical 
examination, interpreting basic laboratory data, formulating a cogent problem list, and communicat- 
ing these data in accurate verbal and written form. These skills will be acquired in the patient care 
setting in order to increase the student's understanding of the physiologic, psychologic, and social 
aspects of medicine and to prepare the student for the assumption of clinical responsibility under 
close supervision. 

Neurology 201. Clinical clerkship in neurology 

Dr. Rowland and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

A comprehensive experience in clinical neurology provided at the bedside at the Neurological 
Institute. Under close supervision of a junior and senior resident and an attending physician in 
neurology, students learn to obtain a systematic neurological history and to perform and interpret the 
neurological examination. By active participation in the evaluation and care of patients, expertise is 
obtained in the diagnosis and treatment of common neurological diseases. Students learn how to do a 
lumbar puncture and they become familiar with electrodiagnostic and neuroradiological tests. 
Experience is also obtained in neurosurgery and rehabilitation medicine. Management of neurological 
emergencies is learned during night call with the senior resident. In addition, a comprehensive core 
knowledge of clinical neurology is ensured by a course syllabus, daily rounds, and preceptor sessions 
with the attending physician. 

Neurology 202. Neurosurgery 

Dr. Schlesinger and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 201. Clinical clerkship in obstetrics and 

gynecology 

Dr. Vande Wiele and staff at the Harlem, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. 

Luke's Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in obstetrics and gynecology under close supervision of house staff and 
attendings. On the gynecological wards and in the clinics the student learns to take a sexual and 
gynecological history, to examine the breasts, abdomen, and pelvis, to distinguish normal and 
abnormal findings relative to gynecological disease, and to diagnose and manage benign and 
malignant gynecologic tumors. The student acquires the skills needed to approach problems of 
sexuality and an understanding of the impact of changing physiological states in menarche and 
menopause. On the obstetrical service the student learns the medical and surgical complications 
encountered during pregnancy and delivery, and the student learns to diagnose and manage 
pregnancy. The student participates in the conduct of labor, the delivery, and the care of the 
newborn. 

Orthopedic Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in orthopedic surgery 
Dr. Garcia and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

On the orthopedic surgery clerkship students learn to perform an orthopedic physical examination 
and to take an orthopedic history from a patient. The clerkship provides students with insight into the 
more common musculoskeletal problems (including fractures and trauma) and the basic approaches 
to management of these problems by an orthopedic surgeon. The student is expected to gain insight 
into how the discipline of orthopedic surgery works in conjunction with other specialties and how an 
orthopedic service provides in-patient and out-patient care. 



48 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 

Otolaryngology 201. Clinical clerkship in otolaryngology 
Dr. Abramson and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship designed to teach the skills of physical examination of the ear, nose, and throat and to 
provide an understanding of certain diseases where this examination is crucial in diagnosis and 
management. The clerkship includes selected didactic lectures, followed by a preceptor-type 
experience in the clinic where students examine and work up a number of patients under the direct 
supervision of a faculty member. 

Pediatrics 201. Clinical clerkship in pediatrics 

Dr. Katz and staff at the Babies Hospital (Presbyterian), Harlem, Roosevelt, 

and St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A clinical clerkship providing both in-patient and ambulatory care experience. The student is 
introduced to the study of infants and children: growth and development, diseases, and health care 
maintenance. The student develops basic skills in the following areas: taking the pediatric history 
from the parents and from the older child; performing the physical examination of the pediatric 
patient, including the young infant; observing, analyzing, and recording the interaction between 
parent and child; and ordering and interpreting laboratory tests. The student learns to integrate the 
data acquired and formulate an appropriate problem list and plan for the patient. The student also 
learns to make the basic measurements of physical, neurological, and psychosocial growth and 
development, and to plot and assess the data. 

Psychiatry 201. Clinical clerkship in psychiatry 

Dr. Sachar and staff at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Harlem, 

Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in psychiatry. In active participation in patient care under faculty 
supervision the student is expected to learn to conduct a psychiatric history and mental status 
examination and to develop refined interviewing skills, noting verbal and nonverbal behavior. The 
student learns to make a psychiatric differential diagnosis, to use psychotropic drugs effectively, to 
evaluate suicide potential, and to develop and enhance therapeutic rapport. The clerkship aims to 
provide an appreciation of the effects of psychological, social, and biological phenomena on 
illness-related behaviors. 

Radiology 201. Diagnostic radiology (medical) 
Dr. Seaman and staff. 

Radiology 202. Diagnostic radiology (surgical) 
Dr. Seaman and staff. 

Rehabilitation Medicine 201. 

Dr. Downey and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian 

Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in surgery 

Dr. Reemtsma and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A comprehensive clinical clerkship during which the student is expected to demonstrate improve- 
ment in ability to perform histories and physical examinations on surgical patients and to formulate 
rational diagnostic and therapeutic plans. The student is expected to demonstrate increasing skill 
and competence in performing selected procedures, in assuming supervised responsibility for patient 
care, in communicating succinctly and with clarity to patients and colleagues, and in building a 
functional body of critically examined information regarding common surgical entities. 

Surgery 202. Lectures and demonstrations in surgical pathology 
Drs. Fenoglio and Lane and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Included in Surgery 201. 

Urology 201. Clinical clerkship in urology 
Dr. Olsson and staff. 

During the clinical clerkship in urology students learn to identify common disorders of the 
genitourinary tract through precise patient interviews and examinations. Both ambulatory and 
in-patients are evaluated. By knowing diagnostic methods unique to urology, students are able to 
formulate appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic plans. 



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Fourth Year 

Interdepartment 301. Ambulatory care /public health selective 
Dr. M. Stewart, course coordinator. 

Each student in the fourth year is required to select an elective in ambulatory care, which includes 
clerkship experience in Public Health/Community Medicine. {For the rest of the Fourth Year see 
page 43 and the elective catalogue.) 

Special Programs 

M.D.-Ph.D. Program 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 
have formed a cooperative program leading to both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. This 
program is supervised by the Graduate Biomedical Sciences Advisory Committee and 
permits medical students who have a serious interest in basic biomedical research to 
obtain the Ph.D. degree in one of the fourteen participating disciplines in the program. 
At least two additional years of study beyond the four required for the M.D. degree 
should be anticipated for completion of this program. The program is supported by 
traineeships from the National Institutes of Health. 

Applicants interested in the M.D.-Ph.D. program should write for further information 
and application forms to: 

Dr. David Schachter 

Chairman, Graduate Biomedical Sciences 

Advisory Committee 
Department of Physiology 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

They should, moreover, make separate, concurrent application for admission to the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Joint M.D./M.P.H. Program 

This dual degree program is under the joint direction of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons and the School of Public Health. In addition to preclinical and clinical medical 
training, students gain substantive knowledge of the health care delivery system and the 
technological, social, and political forces that contribute to the problems and patterns of 
illness, medical care, and delivery of services. They also develop concrete skills of 
research or administration applicable in interdisciplinary health service settings, both 
clinical and community based. 

Before being considered for admission to the joint degree program, the applicant 
must first be accepted as a degree candidate in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
Formal application to the School of Public Health may then be made at any time before 
the student enters the fourth year of medical training. The overall length of the joint 
program, registration, and scheduling patterns differ for individual students. The total 
elapsed time could be as short as four years, but might extend beyond the four-year 
graduation date of the medical school. In general, during the first three years the joint 
degree student uses vacation and free time in the medical schedule to cross-register for 
public health courses. In the fourth year the student registers concurrently in the two 
schools, permitting opportunities to complete core, track, and elective public health 
courses and also carry the required clinical elective work in the medical curriculum. The 
M.D. and the M.P.H. degree may be awarded simultaneously at the end of the fourth 
year or separately when the requirements have been met. 



50 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 

For further information, consult the Dean's Office in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, 630 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y., 10032, or the Director's Office in 
the School of Public Health, 600 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Programs in Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy 

Educational programs are offered by the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine to 
students who have already earned a bachelor's degree. They may apply for admission 
to a two-year program leading to the Master of Science degree in physical therapy or 
occupational therapy, or a second professional Master of Science degree in occupational 
therapy education or occupational therapy administration. Details are given in the 
bulletin of Programs in Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy. 

Program of the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and 
Research 

A course of training in the theory and practice of psychoanalytic medicine is offered 
through the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research of the Department of 
Psychiatry. The program, a minimum of four years in length, leads to the award of a 
certificate in Psychoanalysis. For details, see the bulletin of the Center (formerly the 
Psychoanalytic Clinic). 



Programs in Nutrition 

The Master of Science program, administered by the Postgraduate Division of the 
Faculty of Medicine, is a twelve-month program that serves as a foundation for students 
who plan to continue for the Doctor of Philosophy degree or to attend a professional 
school in the health sciences. In addition, the master's program is offered to physicians 
and other health specialists who wish to augment their training with a knowledge of 
nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: a bachelor's degree from an accredited college, with a 
strong emphasis on the sciences, including two years of chemistry, one year of biology, 
and a course in elementary biochemistry. The Graduate Record Examination is 
required. 

Under the jurisdiction of the Executive Committee on Graduate Instruction of the 
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, students may follow a program of studies leading 
to the Ph.D. degree. Course work and thesis research in nutritional biochemistry and in 
clinical and public health nutrition are carried out under the guidance of the Doctoral 
Program subcommittee on Nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: successful completion of the Master of Science degree 
program as outlined above, or its equivalent, and demonstrated scholarly ability in 
pursuing advanced studies and research. In addition, students must fulfill the general 
requirements for the degree which govern all Ph.D. candidates in the University. 

A program of postdoctoral training in nutrition is offered for qualified individuals having 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine or the degree of Doctor of Philosophy who intend to 
pursue careers in teaching and research in nutrition. The program includes clinics, 
selected nutrition courses, seminars, and participation in research projects, with a view 
to qualifying the individual for teaching in medical schools or in nutrition departments of 
graduate schools. Specific training is given in the areas of nutrition and development, 
prenatal growth, obesity, endocrinology, and nutrition and metabolism. This program 
has considerable flexibility and is arranged with the individual to suit his or her particular 
goals and needs. 



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Inquiries concerning the above programs may be directed to the Office of the Director, 
Institute of Human Nutrition, 701 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Clinical Genetics 

While patient services in genetics are rendered through the existing clinical departments 
of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the teaching, research, and clinical services in 
genetics are coordinated and integrated by the Program in Clinical Genetics, under the 
chairmanship of Dr. Arthur Bloom, Professor of Pediatrics and of Human Genetics and 
Development. The membership of this committee includes physicians and scientists 
from the Department of Human Genetics and Development and from numerous other 
departments of the College. 

The Program in Clinical Genetics offers fellowships in genetics and training in the 
genetic aspects of a wide range of medical and surgical specialties. The Program 
provides postgraduate clinical teaching, elective courses for medical students, and 
regular conferences on clinical genetics. The clinical and laboratory facilities of the 
Presbyterian Hospital, Babies Hospital, and other affiliated hospitals are all utilized in 
the Program, and the research laboratories of the Department of Human Genetics and 
Development actively participate in it. 

Interested applicants should write for further information to the Chairman, Program 
in Clinical Genetics, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 West 
168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry 

The program of study in biophysics and biophysical chemistry, which leads to the award 
of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, is under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School of 
Arts and Sciences. Information about admission and degree requirements and courses of 
instruction is given in the bulletin of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 

University Program of General Education 

The Program of General Education offers a series of courses designed to bring together 
various scholarly and professional disciplines to explore matters of lasting human 
concern and distinct contemporary importance. The Program includes both experimen- 
tal and time-tested forms of general education. As an outgrowth of Columbia's long 
experience in this area, the Program is based on the premise that general education can 
parallel disciplinary training in the graduate as well as undergraduate years. The 
Program offers intermediate and advanced courses that supplement such general 
introductions as Contemporary Civilization, Humanities A and B, Oriental Civilizations, 
and Oriental Humanities. 

The Program's courses and seminars are addressed to both the nonspecialist and the 
specialist who is willing to venture beyond the conventional disciplinary boundaries. 
Within the normal limits of appropriate class size, and depending upon the level of the 
course, most courses are open to qualified students from all divisions of the University. 
Students should check with their department or school if there are questions about 
receiving credit toward a major or a degree. 

A complete listing of courses offered under the Program will be published as a 
supplement to the University bulletins in the late summer of 1980. It will include courses 
not otherwise announced in the bulletins. For information, contact the General Educa- 
tion Program, 1513 International Affairs Building, Columbia University, New York, 
N.Y. 10027. Telephone: (212) 280-2208. 

During the 1980-1981 academic year, the Health Sciences Division of the University 
will conduct a General Education Seminar on the interdisciplinary analysis and explica- 



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tion of value issues in health sciences education, research, and service as related to 
behavior modification, neonatology, reproductive medicine, and other topics. Seminars 
in each of these topics meet in the autumn and spring terms and are open to students 
from any division of the University with permission of a faculty participant. For 
information, call Dr. Arthur Caplan (694-6883) or the General Education Office 
(280-2208). 

Endowed Lectureships and Visiting Professorship 

Through the kindness of generous donors, the resources of the Faculty of Medicine 
include several distinguished lectureships and a visiting professorship: 

The Cartwright Lecture Fund, established under the will of Benjamin Cartwright, made 
possible biennial lectures under the sponsorship of the P&S Alumni Association during 
the period 1881-1912. A new series of Cartwright Lectures was inaugurated under the 
College's auspices in November 1974. 

The Alexander Ming Fisher Lectures were established under the terms of the will of Dr. 
A. M. Fisher's half-brother, E. Douglas Southwick, to make possible lectures on the 
general theme of Death and Dying. 

The Michael Heidelberger Lectures were begun in 1955 to honor the notable contribu- 
tions of Dr. Heidelberger, now Professor Emeritus of Immunochemistry, and to stimulate 
further scientific progress in immunochemistry and related disciplines. 

The David Seegal Lectureship and Visiting Professorship Fund, given by the Alpha 
Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and others, provides for the appointment of a 
visiting professor who is in residence for five days. During this time he or she delivers the 
David Seegal Lecture on Chronic Disease. 

Prizes and Awards 

The Distinguished Service Award of the College of Physicians and Surgeons is given 
annually at Commencement exercises to a member of the faculty for outstanding 
contributions to medicine. 

The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize, the recipient of which traditionally gives a public 
lecture, was established under the will of the late S. Gross Horwitz in honor of his mother 
and is given annually in recognition of outstanding basic research in the fields of biology 
or biochemistry. 

The Joseph Mather Smith Prize is awarded to the graduate of the College whose original 
research in medical subjects is deemed by the Dean's Advisory Committee on Honors 
and Awards to be the most meritorious. 

The Stevens Triennial Prize is awarded to the person, not necessarily a graduate of the 
College, whose original research on any medical subject is deemed by the Dean's 
Advisory Committee on Honors and Awards to be most meritorious. 



Postgraduate Programs 



Opportunities for continuing medical education beyond the M.D. degree are offered at 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons through three major programs; (1) the training of 
specialists by means of hospital residencies; (2) special courses in general medicine and 
in the specialties, for practicing physicians and physicians in training who wish to renew 
and continue their educational experiences in the various fields of medicine; and (3) the 
Doctor of Medical Science Program, for physicians with particular interest and compe- 
tence in research in the basic sciences. Further information about these programs may 
be obtained from the Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. 



Graduate Training of Specialists 

The program offers training opportunities through fellowships at the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons and residencies at affiliated hospitals for holders of the M.D. 
degree. Proper training for specialization includes four major elements. First, it provides 
a comprehensive clinical experience as a resident in a hospital that is equipped and 
staffed to provide graded responsibilities under the supervision of experts in the selected 
specialty. Second, it disciplines the resident in scientific attitudes toward health and 
disease and enriches the clinical experience through advanced training in those medical 
sciences that are largely concerned with the resident's specialty. Third, it enables the 
resident to see and to begin to understand the effect of illness on the individual patient 
and the response of that person to the illness and to the physician. The relationships that 
the resident physician develops with individual patients set the pattern for his or her 
participation in the delivery of health care after the completion of the residency. Finally, 
it gives the student the opportunity, either as a resident or as a fellow, to do basic or 
clinical research. This, in turn, may stimulate the type of creative productivity that may 
earn the student a recommendation for admission to a program leading to the award of 
the Doctor of Medical Science degree. 



Postgraduate Courses for Practicing Physicians and 
Specialists 

A variety of short courses have been organized at hospitals and clinics affiliated with the 
University; they are available at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and at the 
other affiliated hospitals. No University credit or certificates are granted for these 
courses, but continuing medical education credit is granted through the Physicians 
Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. 

Courses for the general practitioner furnish opportunities to keep abreast of new 
knowledge and the latest methods of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention; and to learn 
the indications, limitations, and value of those technical procedures that require the 
attention of a qualified specialist. The instruction consists largely of first-hand clinical 
experience, lectures, demonstrations, and discussion. 

For those already practicing a specialty, advanced instruction is given in the 
therapeutic and diagnostic methods of certain limited fields of practice. Enrollment is 
limited to those who have the preparation necessary to enable them to benefit by the 
advanced instruction. 



54 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS 



Program for the Doctor of Medical Science Degree 

The University confers the Med.Sc.D. degree upon a few physicians who have 
completed a research project in one of the basic science fields. Only staff members of 
the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center are eligible for this degree. A minimum of 
two years of full-time work in the basic science field is required. Additional requirements 
include completion of a significant and original research project, the passing of 
comprehensive and oral examinations and submission of a dissertation. 



Departments of Instruction 



Listed are only those faculty appointments and promotions approved by September 1, 
1980. 

The designation "also" is used with the name of an individual holding a joint 
appointment in two departments. The designation "in" is used when an individual holds 
an appointment in the department where listed, with assignment to the department 
named after the "in." In either case, the name appears in both departmental lists. 

Anatomy 

Professor and Chairman 

Michael D. Gershon. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., 1963 

Professors 

Charles A. Ely. B.A., Washington and Jefferson, 1946; M.S., Hawaii, 1940; Ph.D., 

Wisconsin, 1949 
Melvin L. Moss. B.A., New York University/, 1942; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946; Ph.D., 

1954 
Charles R. Noback. B.S., Cornell, 1936; M.S., New York University, 1938; Ph.D., 

Minnesota, 1942 
Virginia M. Tennyson (also Pathology). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 

1956; Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Adjunct Professor 

Manfred Otto Nahmmacher. Ph.D., Giessen (Germany), 1960 

Associate Professors 

Ernest W. April. B.S., Tufts, 1961; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 

Philip W. Brandt. B.A., Swarthmore, 1952; M.S., Pennsylvania, 1957; Ph.D., Colum- 
bia, 1960 

Stephen B. Doty (in Orthopedic Surgery). B.A., Rice, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1965 

Eladio A. Nunez. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1951; M.S., 1953; Ph.D., New York 
University, 1964 

Karl H. Pfenninger. M.D., Zurich, 1971 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Arline D. Deitch. B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1954 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Richard M. Hoar. B.A., Dartmouth, 1950; Ph.D., Kansas, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Richard T. Ambron. B.S., Villanova, 1965; Ph.D., Temple, 1971 

Craig H. Bailey (also Psychiatry). B.A., Lehigh, 1967; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., 1973 

Julia R. Currie. B.A., Harvard, 1967; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1974 



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Halina Den (in Neurology). B.S., Frankfurt, 1949; M.S., New York University, 1954; 

Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Abraham B. Eastwood (in Neurology). B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; 

Ph.D., 1971 
James P. Kelly. B.A., Harpur, 1966; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1971 
Daniel M. Linkie (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1962; M.S., State University of New York (Albany), 1963; Ph.D., 

Michigan, 1971 
Marie-France Maylie-Pfenninger. Baccalaureate, Algiers, 1960; L. es Sc, Marseilles, 

1963; Docteur de Specialite, 1967; Ph.D., 1972 
Tuan Due Pham (also Pharmacology). B.S., St. Edward's (Texas), 1962; M.S., Loyola, 

1967; M. Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1975 
Taube Pearl Rothman. B.A., City College, 1969; Ph.D., Cornell, 1975 
Samuel Mark Schacher (also Psychiatry). B.S., Columbia, 1971; M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 

1976 
Michael A. Silver. B.A., Colgate, 1971; Ph.D., Rochester, 1977 
Ann- Judith Silverman . B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1 96 7; Ph.D., 1970 
Klaudiusz Weiss (also Psychiatry) (in Dentistry). M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State 

University of New York (Stony Brook), 1973 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Ian Blair Fries. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1968 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR 

Diane L. Sherman, B.S. Sharon C. Colacino, Ph.D. 

Anesthesiology 

Professor and Chairman 

Henrik H. Bendixen. M.D., Copenhagen, 1951 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Gymnasium (Poland), 

1941; M.D., Geneva, 1957 
Lester C. Mark. M.D., Toronto, 1941 

Gabriel G. Nahas. M.D., Toulouse, 1944; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1953 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Pharmacology). M.B., National Central (Nanking), 1944 

Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Leonard Brand. B.S., Yale, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Edgar C. Hanks. B.A., Gettysburg, 1943; M.D., Jefferson, 1947 

Ernest Salanitre. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1936; M.D., Rome, 1942 

Adjunct Professor 

Sidney Spector (also Pharmacology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jeffer- 
son, 1956 

Associate Professors 

Ralph A. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1963 



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Allen I. Hyman (also Pediatrics). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical 

College, 1959 
Hisayo O. Morishima. M.D., Toho (Tokyo), 1951; Ph.D., Tokyo, 1959 
Eugene J. Pantuck. B.S., Tufts, 1959; M.D., 1963 
Lubos Triner. M.D., Charles (Prague), 1955; Ph.D., 1961 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Richard S. Matteo. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., State University of New York 
(Upstate), 1955 

Assistant Professors 

Jeffrey Askanazi. B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1971; M.D., Upstate Medical 

Center (Syracuse), 1975 
Keith J. Bernstein. B.A., New York University, 1968; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1974 
Richard Z.Y. Chen. M.D., National Taiwan, 1966 
Foun-Chung Fan. M.D., Taipei Medical College (Taiwan), 1972 
Arthur Donald Finck. B.S., Lafayette, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
Peter R. Fletcher. M.A., Oxford, 1974; M.B., Ch.B., Royal College of Physicians 

(London), 1974 
Warren K. Grodin. B.A., Minnesota, 1967; M.D., London, 1975 
John A. Holzer. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Hoshang Jal Khambatta. M.D., Karachi, 1958 
Vance Lauderdale. B.A., Harvard, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1947 
Leila M. Pang (also Pediatrics). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1964 
Hilda Pedersen. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1958 
David M. Richlin. B.A., Drew, 1970; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and 

Dentistry, 1974 
Stanley H. Rosenbaum (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard, 1969; 

M.D., Cornell, 1973 
J. Gilbert Stone. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1964 
Yvonne Vulliemoz. M.S., Lausanne, 1956; Ph.D., Paris, 1969 
Sock Young Woo. B.S., Ewha Women's University (Seoul), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Jen-Tieng Wung. M.D., Taipei Medical College, 1956 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ana Maria Lobo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon Faculty of Medicine, 1967 

Dorothy A. Black. B.A., Rutgers, 1957; M.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1965 

Donald C. Brody. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Boston, 1956 

Kathryn A. W. Cozine. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1961 

Ellise S. Delphin. B.A., Barnard, 1971; M.D., Columbia, 1975 

Alber Faltas. M.D., Kasr-El-Ainy Medical School (Egypt), 1961 

Richard F. Gallagher. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1968; M.D., New York University, 

1973 
Carolyn P. Greenberg. B.A., Stanford, 1962; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1966 
John W. Hennessey. B.S., Massachusetts, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1966 
Ina Lieberman. B.A., Barnard, 1964; M.D., New York University, 1968 
Dudley D. McDaniel. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1971; M.D., Autonoma (Mexico), 1975 
Kevin V. Sanborn. B.S., Manhattan, 1969; M.D., New York University, 1973 
Medhat Riad Wassef. M.B., B.Ch., Cairo, 1957 
Gerald S. Weinberger. M.D., New York University, 1948 
Marcelle M. Willock. B.A., New Rochelle, 1958; M.D., Howard, 1962 
Joseph Chuan-Shih Yang. B.S., Taiwan, 1959; M.D., Medical Academy (Dusseldorf), 

1964 



58 ANESTHESIOLOGY 



INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Lee M. Rosenbaum, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Salha S. Daniel, Ph.D. 
Mariagnes Verosky, B.A. 
Alvin Wald, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
James C. Dooley, M.A. 
Annamarie Giangarra, 

M.S. 
Carol Pantuck, B.A. 
Jeffrey M. Wagner, M.A. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Herbert G. Care. B.A., College o/ the City of New York, 1942; M.D., Howard, 1947 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Elmer S. Foster. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Brussels, 1959 
Archibald K. Hinds. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Montpellier, 

1962 
Gilbert Phanor. B.S., Lycee T. Gilboro, 1953; M.D., Medical School of Haiti, 1960 
Madisetti Swamy. M.B., B.S., Osmania (India), 1954 
J. Sinclair Trimiar. B.S., Howard, 1960; D.D.S., 1960 
Francis Weekes. B.S., Johnson C Smith, 1941; D.D.S., Meharry, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Samuel C. Brisbane. B.A., Lincoln, 1937; M.D., Howard, 1949 
Oscar N. Graves. B.A., Lincoln, 1944; M.D., Howard, 1949 



At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

John Rocco Calabro. B.S., Manhattan, 1971; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine 

and Dentistry, 1975 
Henry A. Connolly, Jr. B.S., Fordham, 1951; M.D., Hamburg, 1955 
Demetrios B. Kalas. M.D., Aristotelian, 1954 
Mary Louise White. B.S., Maryland, 1943; M.D., 1945 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY 
Sami A.M. Abadir, M.D. 
Jane deV. Stark, M.D. 
Carol E. Zimmerman, 
M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ennio Gallozzi. M.D., Rome, 1953 

Joseph lacovelli. B.A., Buffalo, 1952; M.D., Bologna, 1958 

Ronald A. Andree. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1955; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1959 



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Assistant Clinical Professors 

Errol N. Harding. B.A., M.D., CM., McGill, 1949 
AinoTuul. M.D., Tartu (Estonia), 1942 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Gugliclmina Bettini, M.D. Byung Yang Kim, M.D. 

Hilda H.C. Liu, M.D. Zdan J. Korduba, M.D. 

Alfred T.C. Peng, M.D. Han Chiang Lee, M.D. 

Altagracia H. Polanco, M.D. Ignacio U. Ngo, M.D. 

Kyaw Nyunt, M.S., B.S. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY Kenneth A. Rothenberg, M.D. 

Julio M. Garcia-Rodriguez, M.D. Kristappa Sangavaram, M.D. 

Biochemistry 

Robert Wood Johnson, Jr., Professor and Chairman 

Isidore S. Edelman. B.A., Indiana, 1941; M.D., 1944 

University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director of the Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City 
of New York, 1939; M.S., Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Pathology). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
Reinhold Benesch. B.Sc, Leeds, 1941; M.Sc, 1945; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1950 
Ruth E. Benesch. B.Sc, London, 1946; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1951 
Max A. Eisenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1938; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., 

Duke, 1950 
Philip Feigelson. B.S., Queens, 1947; Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1951 

Arthur Karlin (also Neurology). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1962 
Alvin I. Krasna. B.A., Yeshiva, 1950; Ph.D. Columbia, 1955 
Seymour Lieberman (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., 

Illinois, 1937; Ph.D., Stanford, 1941 
Barbara W. Low. B.A., Oxford, 1942; M.A., 1946; D. Phil, 1948 
Maurice M. Rapport (in Psychiatry). B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; 

Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1946 
Parithychery Srinivasan. B.Sc, Madras, 1946; Ph.D., 1953 

Adjunct Professor 

Benno P. Schoenborn. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1958; Ph.D., New South Wales 
(Australia), 1962 

Associate Professors 

Roger M. Burnett. B.Sc, The Polytechnic (London), 1964; Ph.D., Purdue, 1970 
Allen M. Gold. B.A., Chicago, 1950; Ph.D., Harvard, 1955 

Dezider Grunberger (also Public Health). M.Sc, Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; 
Ph.D., Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 1956; Sc.D., 1968 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

John D. Karkas. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 



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Senior Research Associate 

David Elwyn (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1950 

Assistant Professors 

George Alexander (in Psychiatry). B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 

Frederick W. Alt. B.S., Brandeis, 1971; Ph.D., Stanford, 1978 

Hagen P. Bayley. B.Sc, Oxford, 1974; Ph.D., Harvard, 1979 

Stephen Goff. B.A., Amherst, 1973; Ph.D., Stanford, 1978 

Irving Goodman (in Surgery). B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 1944 

Lee Makowski. B.S., Brown, 1971; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1973; Ph.D., 1976 
Herbert L. Meltzer (in Psychiatry). B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 
James L. Roberts (in International Institute for Study of Human Reproduction). B.S., 

Colorado State, 1973; Ph.D., Oregon, 1977 
Kamil Ugurbil. Ph.D., Columbia, 1977 
Bonnie Ann Wallace. Ph.D., Yale, 1977 



ASSOCIATE 

Carola P. Zimmerman, 
Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Martha Redden Kimball, 

Ph.D. 
Jade Li, Ph.D. 
Sahebarao Mahadik, 

Ph.D. (in Psychiatry) 
Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 

(in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology) 
Alicia M. Spencer, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Karen A. Bucher, Ph.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Duane L. Guernsey 
Susanna Yung Kwong, 

M.S. 
Venkitachalem P. Mohan, 

Ph.D. 
James Pachence, Ph.D. 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Erwin Chargaff, M.D. 
Zacharias Dische, M.D. 

Ophthalmology) 
Karl Meyer, M.D. (in 

Ophthalmology) 
David Nachmansohn, 

M.D. (in Neurology) 
David B. Sprinson, M.D 



(in 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Theodore Peters, Jr. (in Medicine). B.S., Lehigh, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1950 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Leonard A. Sauer. M.D., Rochester, 1961; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1966 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Venkitachalem P. Mohan, Ph.D. 
Utapalendu S. Maitra, Ph.D. 



Dermatology 



Professor and Chairman 

Leonard C. Harber. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1949; M.D., New York University, 1953 



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At Presbyterian Hospital 

Clinical Professors 

Saul L. Sanders. B.A., Kenyan, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1952 
Dorothy Windhorst. B.A., Chicago, 1948; M.D., 1954 

Associate Professors 

Richard L. Edelson. B.A., Hamilton, 1966; M.D., Yale, 1970 

Margarita S. Hutner. B.A., Puerto Rico, 1936; M.A., Harvard, 1945; Ph.D., 1952 

Associate Professor of Clinical Dermatology 

Maureen B. Poh. B.S., Siena, 1964; M.D., Tennessee, 1967 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Jack Eisert. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D., State University of New York, 1956 
David N. Silvers (also Pathology). B.A., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 
Richard A. Walzer. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Alan D. Andrews. B.S., Illinois, 1968; M.D., Virginia, 1972 
Robert B. Armstrong. B.A., Haverford, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 
William De Pietro. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972; M.D., George- 
town, 1976 
Irene E. Kochevar. Ph.D., Michigan State, 1970 
Robert R. Walther. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., North Carolina, 1973 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Irving Abrahams. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New 

York, 1954 
Vincent S. Beltrani. B.A., Brooklyn, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
Marc E. Grossman. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1970; M.D., 

Pennsylvania, 1974 
Eric W. Herman. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1972; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 

1976 
Einar A. Juhlin. B.S., Illinois, 1950; M.D., Royal Charles (Sweden), 1957 
Theodore A. Labow. B.S., Miami, 1951; M.D., Tufts, 1955 
Jack H. Rozen. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1958; M.D., 1962 
Gregory Zalar. B.S., George Washington, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

William G. Atwood, M.D. 
Steven R. Kohn, M.D. 
Paul Ira Schneiderman, 

M.D. 
Eugene W. Sweeney, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Carole L. Berger, Ed.D. 
Shinichiro Takezaki, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Leon K. Demar, M.D. 
Robert P. Feinstein, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Jeiiery S. Kezis, M.D. 
Joseph A. Penner, M.D. 
Douglas Pravda, M.D. 
Joseph S. Shapiro, M.D. 
Luis A. Suarez, M.D. 
Harvey I. Weinberg, M.D. 
Lawrence M. Wells 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 
Timothy J. Corey, M.D. 
William J. Cunningham, 

M.D. 
Joan P. Noroff, M.D. 
Margaret S. Ravits, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Anthony C. Chu, M.B., 
B.S. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Francis P. Gasparro, 
Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 

J. Lowry Miller, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Arturo L. Carrion, M.D. 

Angelo A. Lamola, Ph.D. 



62 DERMATOLOGY • HUMAN GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT 

At St. Luke's -Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professor 

Alexander W. Young, Jr. B.S., Maryland, 1944; M.D., 1946 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Peter C. Lombardo. B.S., Rochester, 1955; M.D., Albany, 1959 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY 

Herbert H. Hochman Joshua S. Berger, M.D. 

David Sibulkin, M.D. Stanley J. Lewis, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY 
Elaine V. DiGrande, M.D. 

Human Genetics and Development 

Professor and Acting Chairman 

Arthur Bank (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 1960 

University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director, Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City of 
New York, 1939; M.S., Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Kimball C. Atwood. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., New York University, 1946 
Arthur D. Bloom (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D., New York University, 

1960 
Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (see Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., 

Boston, 1949; M.D. , Tufts, 1955 
Elvin A. Kabat (also Microbiology) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New 

York, 1932; M. A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 
Paul A. Marks (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1949 
Orlando J. Miller (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1950 
Richard A. Rifkind (also Medicine). B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Professor of Mathematical Statistics and Genetics 

Howard Levene (in Biological Sciences and Mathematical Statistics). B.A., New York 
University, 1941; Ph.D., Columbia, 1947 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

L. Erlenmyer-Kimling. B.S., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 
John D. Rainer. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.A., 1944; M.D., 1951 

Adjunct Professors 

Sidney Udenfriend. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1948 
Arthur Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1947; Ph.D., Columbia, 

1953 
Herbert Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1953; Ph.D., George 

Washington, 1957 



HUMAN GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT • MEDICINE 63 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Dorothy Warburton. B.S., McGill, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ronald H. Kaback. B.A., Haverford, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 

1962 
Michael Ian Sherman. B.S.C., McGill, 1965; Ph.D., State University of New York 

(Stony Brook), 1969 
David Webb. B.A., California State, 1966; M.A., 1968; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Senior Research Associates 

Harold I. Calvin (in International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduc- 
tion). B.A., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1964 
Fred R. Kramer. B.S., Michigan, 1964; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1969 
Dorothy A. Miller. B.A., Wilson, 1952; Ph.D., Yale, 1957 
Donald R. Mills. B.A., Indiana, 1962; M.A., 1964; Ph.D., Illinois, 1968 

Assistant Professors 

Ann S. Henderson. B.S., Winthrop, 1960; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1966 
Debra Wolgemuth. B.A., Gettysburg, 1969; M.A., Vanderbilt, 1971; M. Phil., Colum- 
bia, 1975; Ph.D., 1977 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES STAFF ASSOCIATES LECTURER 

Jye-Siung Fang, Ph.D. Amy S. Bairn, Ph.D. Jerard Hurwitz, Ph.D. 

Harlow K. Fischman, Ye-Chin Choi, Ph.D. 
Ph..D. 

Medicine 

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Acting Chairman 

Thomas Q. Morris. B.A., Notre Dame, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Arthur Bank (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 

Harvard, 1960 
J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Pharmacology). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 
Vincent P. Butler, Jr. B.A., St. Peter's, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Robert E. Canfield. B.S., Lehigh, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1957 
Paul J. Cannon. B.A., Holy Cross, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 

Rose R. Ellison (in the Cancer Center). B.A., Barnard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Andrew G. Frantz. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
DeWitt S. Goodman (Tilden-Weger-Bieler Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 

1955 
Rejane M. Harvey. B.A., Vassar, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
John N. Loeb. B.A., Harvard, 1957; M.D., 1961 
Paul A. Marks (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 

1949 
Harold C. Neu (also Pharmacology). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1960 



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Hymie L. Nossel. M.B., Ch.D., Cape Town, 1953; Ph.D., Oxon, 1962 

Elliott F. Osserman (American Cancer Society Professor). B.A., Columbia, 1945; 

M.D., 1947 
Benvenuto Pernis (also Microbiology). M.D., Milan, 1947 
Richard A. Rifkind (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., 

Columbia, 1955 
John V. Taggart (also Physiology). M.D., Southern California, 1940 
Donald F. Tapley. B.S., Acadia, 1948; M.D., Chicago, 1952 
Gerard M. Turino. B.A., Princeton, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
I. Bernard Weinstein (also Public Health). B.S., Wisconsin, 1951; M.D., 1955 
Arthur R. Wertheim. B.A., Dartmouth, 1935; M.D., Jefferson, 1939 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Felix E. Demartini. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1946 

M. Irene Ferrer. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Donald A. Holub. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1952 

Edgar Leifer. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., Columbia, 1939; 

Ph.D., 1941; M.D., 1946 
Robert Palmer. B.A., Oberlin, 1953; M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Professor of Social Medicine 

Robert J. Weiss (also Psychiatry). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 
1951 

Clinical Professors 

Stuart W. Cosgriff. B.A., Holy Cross, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 
John R. Edsall. B.A., Cambridge, 1945; M.B., B.Ch., 1948 
Kermit L. Pines. B.A., Columbia, 1937; M.D., 1942 
John A. Wood. B.A., Harvard, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Physiology). M.B., Ch.B., Baghdad, 1952 

Leslie Baer. B.A., Wisconsin, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

John P. Bilezikeian. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Peter R. B. Caldwell. B.A., Dartmouth, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 

Leonard Chess. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964; M.D., State 

University of New York (Downstate), 1968 
Robert M. Glickman. A.B., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
Michael M. Stewart. A.B., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Harvard, 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Yale Enson. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1953 
Robert H. Heisenbuttel. B.A., Thiel, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 
Wylie C. Hembree, III (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; 

M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1964 
George W. Melcher, Jr. B.A., Colorado, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 
Jane H. Morse. B.A., Smith, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
James A. Reiffel. B.A., Duke, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Frank R. Smith. B.A., Dartmouth, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Joseph G. Sweeting. B.S., Holy Cross, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1956 



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Henry M. Thomas, III. B.A., Haverford, 1950; M.D., 1957 

Melvin B. Weiss. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962; M.D., State 

University of New York (Downstate), 1967 
Robert T. Whitlock. B.A., North Carolina, 1950; M.D., 1957 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Ralph S. Blume. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

John O. Burris. B.S., Wyoming, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1956 

Peter A. Gross. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Yale, 1964 

Lionel Grossbard. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

George A. Hyman. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Abbie I. Knowlton. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 

William Lovejoyr B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

David J. McConnell. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., Yale, 1962 

George H. McCormack, Jr. B.S., Holy Cross, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Jay I. Meltzer. B.A., Princeton, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Hans Neuberg. B.A., Wagner, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Richard J. Stock. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 

Earl A. Wheaton, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 



Assistant Professors 

Gerald B. Appel. B.A., Cornell, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

Conrad B. Blum. B.S., Northwestern, 1969; M.D., 1971 

Thomas A. Brasitus. B.A., Connecticut, 1967; M.D., Jefferson, 1971 

Randolph Cole. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1973 

Oliver T. Fein. B.A., Swarthmore, 1962; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1967 

Steven M. Friedman. B.A., Princeton, 1968; M.D., Cornell, 1972 

Glenda J. Garvey. B.A., Wellesley, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Elsa-Grace V. Giardina. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1965 
Howard J. Goldsweig. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1970 
Steven Grant. M.D., Mt. Sinai Medical School, 1973 
Peter Green. M.B., B.S., Sydney, 1970 
James P. Halper. A.B., Columbia, 1965; M.D., 1971 
Karen L. Kaplan. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1963; M.D., Ph.D., Chicago, 1969 
Hugh Nellans (also Physiology). B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 
Allen Bryant Nichols. B.A., Yale, 1961; M.D., Virginia, 1971 
Juan Oliver. B.A., Bachiller Institute, 1961; M.D., Barcelona (Spain), 1967 
Martin W. Oster. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 
John Owen. B.ScM., McMaster (Ontario) 1972; M.D., 1974 
Constance Park. B.A., Radcliffe, 1974; M.S., Harvard, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 

1974 
Marjorie Perloff. B.A., Bennington, 1965; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1969 
Eric R. Powers. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., Harvard, 1974 
Frederick G. Rapoport. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 
Stanley H. Rosenbaum. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard, 1969; M.D., Cornell, 

1973 
William H. Sherman (also Anesthesiology). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1967; M.D., 

Jefferson, 1969 
Ethel S. Siris. A.B., Radcliffe, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Mark B. Stoopler. M.D., Cornell, 1975 
Alan R. Tall. M.B., B.S., Sydney (Australia), 1970 
Francis M. Weld. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 



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Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Lester W. Blair. M.D., Columbia, 1974 

David K. Blood. B.A., Amherst, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Norma M.T.W. Braun. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Peter Buchin. B.S., Williams, 1970; M.D., Yale, 1974 

Robert H. DeBellis. B.S., Queens, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Ronald E. Drusin. B.S., Union (Schenectady), 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Dorothy Estes. B.C., Wheaton (Massachusetts), 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Kenneth C. Fine. M.D., Catholic (Louvain, Belgium), 1970 

Mark J. Goldberger. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Thomas P. Jacobs. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1968 

Lynne L. Johnson. B.A., Wellesley, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Rafael A. Lantigua. M.D., Autonomous (Santo Domingo), 1972 

Oscar Lebwohl. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

Robert McConnell. B.A., Hamilton, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Robin O. Motz. B.A., Columbia, 1959; Ph.D., 1965; M.D., 1975 

Carmen Ortiz-Neu. B.A., Wellesley, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Kenneth M. Prager. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1968 

Marshall Primack. B.A., Louisville, 1961; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1965 

Edith B. Reilly. B.A., Smith, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

John L. Roglieri. B.A., B.S., Lehigh, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1966 

Martin J. Saltzman. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1972 
Harvey A. Schneier. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., 1967 
Peter E. Schrag. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Allan Schwartz. B.S., City College, 1967; M.S., Harvard, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 

1974 
Alan H. Seplowitz. B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., 1972 
Joseph Tenenbaum. B.A., Brandeis, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1974 
Byron Thomashow. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 

Jack B. Weissman. B.A., New York University, 1966; M.D., Harvard, 1970 
Gail S. Williams. B.A., Wellesley, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 

Elizabeth R. Prichard. B.A., Adelphi, 1943; M.S., New York School of Social Work, 
1947 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Alfred Becker. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 

Michael H. Cohen. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Clarence J. D' Alton. B.A., Yale, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Richard B. Duane, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Juan G. Edreira. M.D., Havana, 1951 

Daniel L. Larson. M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Arnold Lisio. B.S., Rochester, 1956; M.D., 1961 

Daniel L. Macken. B.A., Holy Cross, 1955; M.D., Boston, 1960 

Michael P. Parry. B.A., Yale, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

John Postley. B.A., Yale, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 

Nicholas Rango. B.S., St. Louis, 1966; M.D., Northwestern, 1970 

Arthur I. Snyder. B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1950 

Jeffrey A. Stein. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1965 

Cornelius J. Tyson. B.A., Princeton, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Medicine 

Eric R. Marcus (also Psychiatry). B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Wisconsin, 1969 



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ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Marcia B. Bull, M.D. 

John M. Daley, M.D. 

Elias M. Kaimakliotis, 

M.D. 
Edward B. Leahey, Jr., 

M.D. 
Robert Lewy, M.D. 
Alan L. Saroff, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE IN SOCIAL 
MEDICINE 

Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Steven Birken, Ph.D. 
Joseph Cerreta, Ph.D. 
Rose D'Alisa, Ph.D. 
Paul Ehrlich, Ph.D. 
Lloyd Fleisher, Ph.D. 
James Kochn, Ph.D. 
Bonnie Bray, M.D. 
Chung Y. Liu, Ph.D. 
Mohammed M. Osman, 

D.V.M. 
Ildiko Radichevich, Ph.D. 
Michael Schonberg 
Robert R. Sciacca, M.S. 
John E. Smith, Ph.D. 
George Taliadovros, M.D. 
Larry D. Witte, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Howard J. Barnum, M.D. 
Eli Bauman, M.D. 
Louis D. Carmichael, M.D. 
Herbert Chase, Jr., M.U. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Paul Huai Chen, M.D. 
Jorge Cortes-Quinones, 

M.D. 
Ann P. D'Adamo, M.D. 
Arthur R. DeSimone, M.D. 
Michael Goldman, M.D. 
Victoria E. Guy, M.D. 
Lonnie B. Hanauer, M.D. 
Ralph Herz, Jr., M.D. 
Oscar Irigoyen, M.D. 
Yvonne E. Johnson, M.D. 
Constantine P. 

Ladapoulos, M.D. 
Pamela Ann Lawrence, 

M.D. 
Raymond Lippert, M.D. 
Robert M. Magrisso, M.D. 
Pier Mancusi-Ungaro, 

M.D. 
Aaron Manson, M.D. 
Marcia Naveh, M.D. 
Eduardo R. Pons, Jr., 

M.D. 
Jane S. Sillman, M.D. 
Richard V. Sims, III, M.D. 
David B. Sutter, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

James A. Coss, Jr., M.D. 
Helen-Ann Garcia, M.D. 
Joseph Heller, M.D. 
John E. McWhorter, M.D. 
Mato L. Marinovich, M.D. 
Milovan T. Rakic, M.D. 
John M. Rodgers, M.D. 
Richard H. Runser, M.D. 
Adele Tedeschi, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Margaret Wilihite, M.A. 
Joan Sobel, M.S. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Lieselotte Aron-Hott, 

Ph.D. 
Deborah L. Brennan, B.S. 
Joseph M. Cerreta, Ph.D. 
Mary Dalecki, B.A. 
Michael Drillings, M.S. 
Doris Tse Eng, B.A. 
Sylvia H. Ford, B.S. 
Donald L. Gammon, B.S. 
Michelle Greene, M.A. 
Amalia Hanoch, M.S. 
Michamasa Kato, Ph.D. 
Masanobu Kawakami, 

M.D. 
Kalliope S. LaGamma, 

B.S. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Henry Aranow, Jr., M.D. 
Hylan A. Bickerman, M.D. 
Andre F. Cournand, M.D. 
Albert Lamb, M.D. 
Hamilton Southworth, 

M.D. 
Alfred Steiner, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Nicholas Christy, M.D. 
Edward E. Fischel, M.D. 
Eric S. Lichtenstein, M.D. 
John H. McClement, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

John S. Davis. B.A., Hamilton, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Walter Franck. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D. , Columbia, 1954 

Herbert J. Marx. B.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1954; M.D Columbia 
1960 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Peter L. Arquin. M.D., Pennsylvania State, 1972 

Emery C. Herman. B.A., Emory, 1949; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1953 

Gary S. Hoffman. B.A., Harpur, 1964; M.S., Howard, 1967; M.D., Medical College of 

Virginia, 1971 
Richard J. Horner. B.A., Dartmouth, 1966; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Alan J. Kozak. B.A., Rochester, 1965; M.D., 1969 



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Don V. Lewis. B.A., North Carolina, 1967; M.D., 1971 

William H. Mook. B.A., Wesleyan, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

David S. Pratt. B.A., New Hampshire, 1967; M.D., Tufts, 1971 

Allan G. Ramsay. B.A., Western Ontario, 1947; M.D., 1948 

William H. Ramsey. B.A., Dartmouth, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

Richard E. Reese. B.A., Dartmouth, 1965; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Dennis A. Savoie. B.A., Providence, 1967; M.D., Vermont, 1971 

Robert S. Sioussat. B.A., Wesleyan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

William Streck. B.S., Oklahoma State, 1968;M.D., Missouri, 1973 

David S. Svahn. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 

1965 
David W. Vaules. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; B.M.S., 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1963 
Gary Weaver. B.A., Goshen, 1964; M.D., Kansas, 1968 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Donald O. Pollock. B.A., Hamilton, 1951; M.D., Harvard, 1955 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE MEDICINE 

Carolyn I. Mook, M.D. Carole L. Nunamaker, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professors 

John Lindenbaum. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1959 
Gerald E. Thomson. B.S., Queens, 1955; M.D., Howard, 1959 

Clinical Professors 

Harold S. Ballard. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1948; M.D., Meharry, 1952 
Kenneth Sterling. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1943 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

David Jocelyn Clain. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1959; M.D., 1968 
Charles P. Felton. B.Sc, Xavier, 1949; M.D., Geneva, 1956 

Associate Clinical Professors 

George C. Branche. B.A., Bowdoin, 1944; M.D., Boston, 1948 

John B. Cromie. M.D., Belfast (Northern Ireland), 1949 

William R. Cunnick, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Jeanne A. Smith. B.A., Sarah Lawrence, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 

Charles M. Yergan. B.S., Columbia, 1944; M.D., 1947 

Assistant Professors 

Anne M. Briscoe. M.A., Vassar, 1945; Ph.D., Yale, 1949 
Thomas J. Garrett. M.D., Queen's (Ontario), 1971 

Clayton L. Natta (in Pathology). B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 1957; M.D., Toronto, 
1961 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Diego Xavier Alvarez. B.S., Manhattan, 1967; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1972 



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Jay Brown. B.A., Rutgers, 1964; M.D., New York University, 1968 

Peter C. T. Dickinson. B.S., McGill, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Jay Franklin Dobkin. B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

Donald A. Feinfeld. B.A., Rochester, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Kenneth J. Herwig. B.A., Syracuse, 1967; M.D., Pennsylvania State, 1971 

Wanda Devora Huff. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., Yale, 1973 

Steven Z. Kussin. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Marvin C. Cooper. B.S., Queens, 1960; M.D., St. Louis, 1965 
Milena L. Lewis. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Richard R. Prouty. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1948 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

John C. DiJohn, M.D. 
Pearl D. Foster, M.D. 
Paul Killian, M.D. 
Anthony J. Marano, M.D. 
James J. Rafter, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

James T. T. Chien, M.D. 
Bennie W. Chiles, M.D. 
Carl A. Garnier, M.D. 
Major Geer, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Michael H. Gordon, M.D. 
Ross T. Hamilton, M.D. 
James H. Hubert, M.D. 
Herbert Knight, M.D. 
Thomas J. Mattimore, 

M.D. 
Clarence S. Murray, M.D. 
Luigi M.F. Negri, M.D. 
Hazeline M. Nurse, M.D. 
Ruth C. Onukwue, M.D. 
Velvie Anne Poque 
Jon Rothenberg, M.D. 
William J. Schwartz, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Eric J. Vanderbush, M.D. 
Michael D. Williams, M.D. 
Lewis Z. Wright, Jr., M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Raynard J. McDonald, 

M.D. 
Douglas Miller, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
Cecil G. Marquez, M.D. 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Director of Regional Bone 
Center 

Robert Lindsay. M.P.CB., Glasgow, 1968; Ph.D., 1969 



At Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Director of Internal Medicine 

Albert S. Klainer. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957; M.D., Tufts, 
1961 



Assistant Clinical Professor 

Joseph Ryan. B.S., Notre Dame, 1965; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1970 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Jack Butterworth, M.D. 
Oscar Kruesi, M.D. 
John Thompson, M.D. 



70 MEDICINE 



At Overlook Hospital 

Clinical Professors 

Michael Bernstein. M.D., New York Medical College, 1953 

William F. Minogue. B.S., Seton Hall, 1951; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

John J. Gregory. B.S., Worcester Pol\/techr\ic Institute, 1953; M.D., Albany, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professor (Family Practice) 

Donald F. Kent. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1935; M.D., 1940 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine (Family Practice) 

Richard N. Podell. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joel L. Duberstein. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

Robert A. Fuhrman. B.A., Clark, 1962; M.D., Chicago, 1966 

Mary T. Herald. B.A., New Rochelle, 1965; M.D., New Jersey College oi Medicine 

and Dentistry, 1969 
William N. Toth. B.S., Georgetown, 1956; M.D., Hahnemann, 1960 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Stephen J. Fischl, M.D. 
Peter Goodluck, M.D. 
William A. Tansey III, 
M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Kevin E. Bell, M.D. 
Donald J. Brock, M.D. 
H. Oliver Brown, Jr., M.D. 
Kopel Burk, M.D. 
Charles W. Clarke, Jr., 

M.D. 
Andrew Coronato, Jr., 

M.D. 
H. William Diefendorf, 

M.D. 
Charles E. Dooley, Jr., 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

John T. Farry, M.D. 
Robert B. Francis, M.D. 
Sidney E. Friedman, M.D. 
Samuel M. Gray, M.D. 
Thomas V. Inglesby, M.D. 
Robert P. Margie, M.D. 
Sanford M. Reiss, M.D. 
Melvin Rubinstein, M.D. 
R. Gregory Sachs, M.D. 
Robert R. Springer, M.D. 
Michael Suhl, M.D. 
Michael J. Tighe, M.D. 
Burton Tucker, M.D. 
William E. Wagner, Jr., 

M.D. 
Richard M. Weinberg, 

M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Joseph Belladonna, M.D. 
Joseph T. Faraldo, M.D. 
Eugene R. Kelly, M.D. 
Michael B. Kerner, M.D. 
A. Ralph Kristeller, M.D. 
David P. Miller, M.D. 
Lawrence J. Nastro, M.D. 
Steven J. Stanzione, M.D. 
David Allen Worth, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professors 

A. L. Loomis Bell. B.S., Wesleyan, 1944; M.D., Harvard, 1947 
John F. Bertles. B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., Harvard, 1952 
Peter R. Holt. B.Sc, Tolington, 1949; M.B., B.S., London, 1954 
Gerald B. Phillips. B.A., Princeton, 1946; M.D., Harvard, 1948 



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Theodore B. Van Itallie. B.S., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1945 
Harvey J. Weiss. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

William S. Clark. B.S., Dayton; M.D., St. Louis, 1938 

Stanley Cortell. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957; M.D., Tufts, 

1961 
Michael H. Grieco. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1957 
A. Gregory Jameson. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1950 
Richard N. Pierson, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Clinical Professors 

Philip H. Hennemann. B.A., Harvard, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Miles J. Schwartz. B.S., Queens (New York), 1947; M.D., New York University, 
1961 

Associate Professors 

Robert B. Case. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1958 
William Rosner. B.A., Wisconsin, 1954; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1961 
F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer. B.A., Oberlin, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Edward M. Dwyer III. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Harvey G. Kemp. B.A., Oklahoma, 1955; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1959 

Marianne J. Legato. B.A., Manhattanville, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1962 

Alice Maniatis. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Richard P. Ames. B.A., Williams, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Albert Attia. B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.D., 1958 

C. Redington Barrett. B.A., Yale, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

James M. Goldstone. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Albert W. Grokoest. B.S., Hamilton, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Saul Kaplan. B.S., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Tennessee, 1959 

Arthur Karanas. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1958 
Richard McCray. B.A., Wesleyan, 1954; B.D., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Bruce H. Pinkernell. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Henry G. Schaffeld. B.A., Columbia, 1938; M.D., 1941 
Lawrence Scharer. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 

Myron C. Wright. B.A., Dartmouth, 1937; M.D., New York University, 1940 
Herman Ziffer. B.A., Brooklyn, 1949; M.D., Chicago, 1953 

Senior Research Associate 

Beatrice M. Fairchild. B.A., Hunter, 1942; M.A., Bryn Mawr, 1943; Ph.D., 1948 

Assistant Professors 

Richard Collens. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; M.D., New York 
University, 1966 



72 MEDICINE 



Donald Philip Kotler. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1973 

Michelle P. Warren (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). A.B., Mount Holyoke, 1961; 
M.D., Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Judith Axelrod. B.S., Wellesley, 1963; M.D., Cornell, 1967 
Robert S. Bernstein. B.A., Columbia, 1961; M.D., Harvard, 1965 
Le Clair Bissell. B.A., Colorado, 1955; M.D., 1958 
Jeffrey M. Brensilver. M.D., Columbia, 1971 

Norman A. Cagin. B.S., Rutgers, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 
Airlee A.C. Cameron. B.A., Radcliffe, 1957; M.D., CM., McGill, 1961 
Richard Gunnar Carlson. B.S., Trinity, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Gertrude Scott Lefavour. B.A., Goucher, 1965; M.D., Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1970 
Arthur J. Lennon. B.A., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Michael Longe. M.D., Toronto, 1968 

Jonathan A. Lorch. B.A., Wisconsin, 1968; M.D.,Tulane, 1972 
Jean W. Saleh. B.A., St. Joseph (Beirut), 1957; M.D., Faculte Francaise de Medicin, 

1964 
Seiichi Shimomura. M.D., Okayama (Japan), 1945 
William J. Vicic. B.S., Yale, 1966; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1970 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Samir E. Alam. B.S., American (Beirut), 1968; M.D., 1972 

William J. Athos. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1956 
Robert S. Beekman. B.A., Harvard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
Harvey Benovitz. B.A., Washington & Jefferson, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Carlton Boxhill. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1968 
Earl B. Brown . B.S., Emory, 1 938; M.D., 1 942 
Donald P. Dallas. B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., 1954 

George Dermksian. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.A., 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
Robert K. Emy. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.D., Jefferson, 1951 
James A. Feltman. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Stanley R. Fine. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1957 
James B. Gabriel. B.A., Brown, 1945; M.D., Harvard, 1949 
Oscar R. Garfein. B.A., Columbia, 1961; M.D., 1965 
Zane Gaut. B.S., Birmingham Southern, 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
Richard Geltman. B.A., Rutgers, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1971 
Henry M. Greenberg. B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1968 
Joseph A. Grossman. B.S., City College of New York, 1953; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1957 
Julian B. Hyman. A.B., Columbia, 1945; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1947 
John H. Keating. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1943 
Donald Kraft. B.S., Michigan, 1966; M.D., Cincinnati, 1970 
David K. Meriney. B.A., Duke, 1956; M.D., 1960 
William M. Nicholas. B.A., Williams, 1950; M.D., State University of New York 

(Syracuse), 1954 
Myron C. Patterson. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., 1943 
Edward H. Reisner. B.A., Columbia, 1935; M.D., 1939 
Robert B. Roven. B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Morton Schwimmer. B.A., Lafayette (Pennsylvania), 1948; M.D., Jefferson, 1951 
Kenneth N. Weinstein. B.A., Vermont, 1955; M.D., New York University, 1959 
Gerald Weintraub. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., 1954 



MEDICINE • MICROBIOLOGY 73 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE 

Charles A. Adsit, M.D. 

Kenneth A. Altman, M.D. 

Wendy Aronson, M.D. 

Jose L. Barbosa Saldivar, 

M.D. 
Robert Bernot, M.D. 
John Thomas Cappadona, 

M.D. 
Paul J. Chrzanowski, M.D. 
Albert Cohen, M.D. 
Edward W.D. Colt, M.D. 
James Ducey, M.D. 
Martin Jay Frankel, M.D. 
Eugene Freundlich, M.D. 
Francis G. Geer, M.D. 
Maurice F. Goodbody, 

M.D. 
Barry E. Goozner, M.D. 
William S. Hopewell, M.D. 
Michael Robinson Irwin, 

M.D. 
Herbert Ivan Jernow, 

M.D. 
Annetta J. Kimball, M.D. 
Robert P. Lombardo, M.D. 
Allen Mogtader, M.D. 
Thomas M. Nail, M.D. 
John J. Olichney, M.D. 
Eugene Santilli, M.D. 
Nicholas Steiner, M.D. 
Thomas Tamlyn, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Mukul Kumar Basu, Ph.D. 
M. Saeed Khan, Ph.D. 
Bruce R. Lages, M.D. 
Mohan Muthireval Reddy 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Eric Andreae, M.D. 
Vernon G. Baker, M.D. 
Lestrino C. Baquiran, 

M.D. 
Michael S. Baum, M.D. 
Michael Borecky, M.D. 
Jeffrey N. Bradshaw, 

M.D. 
Cecil B. Broderick, M.D. 
David Stewart Carroll, 

M.D. 
John Cohn, M.D. 
John Cornwall, M.D. 
High C. Davidson, M.D. 
Margaret Dessau, M.D. 
Rusina B. Dixon, M.D. 
Jerome Paul Ehrlich, M.D. 
Jeanne Fastook, M.D. 
James W. Fingerhut, M.D. 
Donald R. Fishman, M.D. 
Dulaney Glen, M.D. 
Carolyn E. Goodstein, 

M.D. 
Antoine C. Harovas, M.D. 
Katherine A. Hawkins, 

M.D. 
Sheila Joy Herscovitch, 

M.D. 
Karl R. Hoffman, M.D. 
Peter L. Hofmann, M.D. 
Mitchell Kahn, M.D. 
Martin Philip Kasofsky, 

M.D. 
Edith Joan Langner, M.D. 
David Loft, M.D. 
Athanasios Mallios, M.D. 
Alfred Miller, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Lawson Auburn Moyer, 

III, M.D. 
Lazare Novack, M.D. 
Anthony J. Pepe, M.D. 
Martin Saul Pine, M.D. 
Ernest C. Richards, M.D. 
Thomas D. Robinson, 

M.D. 
Harry A. Roselle, M.D. 
Nicholas J. Rummo, M.D. 
Thomas Clark Scanlan, 

M.D. 
Clyde N. Schechter, M.D. 
Howard N. Schwartz, 

M.D. 
Mark V. Sherrid, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Dennis George Huskins, 
M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Thalia Boussios, Ph.D. 
Hisham F. Nakshbendi, 

B.S. 
Katherine P. Porikos, 

Ph.D. 
Frank J. Puma 
Jack Wang, M.S. 
Mei-Uih Yang, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
David Schwimmer, M.D. 

LECTURER 

Marcelle Lavau, Ph.D. 



Microbiology 



John E. Borne Professor and Chairman 

Harold S. Ginsberg. B.A., Duke, 1937; M.D., Tulane, 1941 



Professors 

Paul D. EUner (also Pathology). B.S., Long Island, 1940; M.D., Southern California, 

1952; Ph.D., Maryland, 1956 
Bernard F. Erlanger. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1943; M.A., New York 

University, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1951 
Gabriel S. Godman (also Pathology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Elvin A. Kabat (also Human Genetics) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New 

York, 1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 



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Wladyslaw Manski (in Ophthalmology). M. Phil., Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc, Wroclaw, 

1951 
Benvenuto Pernis (also Medicine). M.D., Milan, 1947 
Henry J. Vogel (in Pathology). B.S., London, 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941 

Professor of Oral Biology 

Solon A. Ellison. B.S., Columbia, 1942; D.D.S., 1946; Ph.D., 1958 

Adjunct Professor 



Louis H. Muschel. 
Ph.D., 1953 



B.S., New York, 1936; A.M., Columbia, 1938; M.S., Yale, 1951; 



Adjunct Associate Professor 

Victor Bokkenheuser. M.D., Copenhagen, 1945 

Associate Professors 

Dean L. Engelhardt. B.S., Amherst, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1967 
Saul J. Silverstein. B.S., Cornell, 1968; Ph.D., Florida, 1971 

Assistant Professors 

David H. Figurski. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1969; Ph.D., Rochester, 1974 

Ramareddy V. Guntaka. B.S., Andhra (India), 1963; M.Sc, Agra (India), 1965; Ph.D., 

Kansas, 1970 
David S. Hodes (also Pediatrics). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Christine A. Milcarek. B.S., Duquesne, 1968; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1972 
Sherie L. Morrison. B.A., Stanford, 1963; Ph.D., 1966 
Charles S.H. Young. B.A., Oxford, 1966; D. Phil., 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Yvonne A. Lue. Ph.D., Columbia, 1976 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Norbert H. Wasserman, 
Eng.Sc.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Louise A. Goode, B.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Sergio Biguzzi, M.D. 
Harriet Castleman, B.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES {continued) 

William L. Cleveland, 

Ph.D. 
Paul Fisher, Ph.D. 
Ulla Lindholm, Ph.D. 
Judyta Praszkier, Ph.D. 
Arepalli S. Rao, Ph.D. 
Shunji Sugii, Ph.D. 
Giampaolo Tonda 



STAFF ASSOCIATES {continued) 
Albert Ming-Tao Wu, 
Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Charles L. Fox, Jr., M.D. 
Konrad C. Hsu, Ph.D. 
Beatrice C. Seegal, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology 

Angus C. Sampath. D.Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 



At St. Luke's- Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Professor 

George A. Hashim (in Surgery). Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 



MICROBIOLOGY • NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 75 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Azra Shahidi. M.S., Wisconsin, 1963; Ph.D., Missouri, 1967 

Neurological Surgery 

Byron Stookey Professor and Chairman 

Bennett M. Stein. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., McGill, 1955 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

James W. Correll. B.A., Brown, 1941; M.D., Cornell, 1944 
Edgar M. Housepian. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1953 

Associate Professor 

Kalmon Post. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., New York University, 1967 
Associate Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Peter W. Carmel. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 
James G. McMurtry III. B.A., Rice, 1953; M.D., Baylor, 1957 
W. Jost Michelsen. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Assistant Professors 

Joao Lubo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon, 1968 

Donald Oliver Quest. B.S., Illinois, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Ronald Brisman. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., 1965 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY Wilson Raddinq Ph D NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Harvey R. Nova, M.D. George L. Becker, Jr., 

M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Robert W. Mackie. M.D., Long Island Medical College, 1944 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Bruce Stephen Harris, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

James E. O. Hughes. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1962 
Robert W. Schick (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York Medical 
College, 1952 



76 NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY • NEUROLOGY 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 
George V. DiGiacinto, M.D. 

Neurology 

Henry and Lucy Moses Professor and Chairman 

Lewis P. Rowland. B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1948 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Darryl C. DeVivo (Sidney Carter Professor) (also Pediatrics). B.A., Amherst, 1959; 

M.D., Virginia, 1964 
Salvatore DiMauro. M.D., Padova (Italy), 1963 
Stanley Fahn (H. Houston Merritt Professor). A.B., California (Berkeley), 1955; M.D., 

California (San Francisco), 1 958 
Arthur Karlin (also Biochemistry). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1962 
Robert E. Lovelace. M.B.,B.S., London, 1953; M.D., 1957 
James H. Schwartz (also Physiology). B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York 

University, 1959; Ph.D. Rockefeller, 1964 
Earl A. Zimmerman. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1959; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1963 

Professor of Microbiology and of Human Genetics and Development 

Elvin A. Kabat. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; 
Ph.D., 1937 

Professor of Physiology 

John P. Reuben. B.A., Grinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D., Florida, 1959 
Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Abe Chutorian (also Pediatrics). B.A., Manitoba, 1949; M.A., 1950; B.S., 1952; M.D., 

1957 
Arnold Gold (also Pediatrics). B.A., Texas, 1947; M.S., Florida, 1949; M.D., 

Lausanne, 1950 
Eli S. Goldensohn (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., George Washington, 1937; M.D., 

1940 
James P. Hammill. B.S., LaSalle, 1947; M.D. Pennsylvania, 1948 
Niels L. Low (also Pediatrics). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 
Daniel Sciarra. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Associate Professors 

Lucien J. Cote (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S., Vermont, 1951; M.D., 1954 
Claude P.J. Ghez (also Physiology). B.Sc, Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
William Allen Hauser (in the Sergievsky Center). A.B., Western Reserve, 1958; M.D., 

St. Louis, 1962 
Timothy A. Pedley. B.A., Pomona, 1965; M.D., Yale, 1969 
Audrey S. Penn. B.A., Swarthmore, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology 

Naunihal Sachdev Singh. M.B., B.S., Vikram (India), 1959; M.D., All India Institute 
(New Delhi), 1962 



NEUROLOGY 77 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropharmacology 

Charles E. Pippenger. B.A., Ball State, 1961; M.A., 1962; Ph.D., Purdue, 1971 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Robert E. Barrett. B.S., William and Mary, 1953; M.D., Medical College of Virginia, 

1957 
Robert A. deNapoIi. M.D., Harvard, 1954 

Linda D. Lewis. B.S., Bethany, 1961; M.D., West Virginia, 1965 
Joseph L. O'Brien. A.B., Princeton, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1950 
Margaret Seiden. B.S., M.B., M.D., London, 1949 

Senior Research Associate 

George M. Katz. B.E.E., College of the City of New York, 1942 

Assistant Professors 

Gary Abrams. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1970; M.D., Pittsburgh, 

1974 
Hai Won Chang. Ph.D., Columbia, 1961 
Arnold Eggers. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 
Daniel J. Goldberg (also Pharmacology). Ph.D., Yale, 1974 
William G. Johnson. B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Columbia, 1967 
Masataki Kawai. Ph.D., Princeton, 1971 

James R. Miller. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., New York University, 1964 
Kuldup K. Sachdev. M.B.,B.S., Agre (India), 1957; M.D., Punjab, 1962 
Stephen Shafer (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; 

M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Stuart R. Snider. B.A., Northwestern, 1961; M.D., 1966 
Martha M. Sorenson. B.A., Oberlin, 1963; M.S., Washington (Seattle), 1967; Ph.D., 

1969 
C. Dominique Toran-Allerand (in International Institute for the Study of Human 

Reproduction). B.A., Smith, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 
Joseph H. Willner. B.A., Hamilton College, 1966; M.D., New York, 1970 
Donald Wood. B.S., Washington (Seattle), 1967; Ph.D., Washington State, 1973 

Assistant Professors of Anatomy 

Halina Den. B.S., Frankfurt (Germany), 1949; M.S., New York University, 1954; 

Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Abraham B. Eastwood. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Terrene L. Rosenberry. B.A., Oberlin 1965; Ph.D., Oregon, 1969 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Frank K. Boschenstein. B.A., Toronto, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Theodore A. List. B.A., Kalamazoo, 1963; M.D., Michigan, 1967 

Richard Mayeux. B.S., Oklahoma State, 1968; M.D., 1972 

Robert C. Michener. B.A., California (San Francisco), 1968; M.D., 1972 

Marcelo Olarte. B.S., Marist Brothers, 1962; M.D., Cuyo, 1970 

Morton Orentlicher. M.S., New York University, 1960; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 

1966 
Richard S. Schoenfeldt. B.A., Claremont, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sidney Starkman. B.A., Brooklyn, 1966; M.D., Georgetown, 1970 



78 NEUROLOGY 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

David J. Adams. B.S., Rochester, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Sarala A. Devi. M.B., Ghandi Medical (India), 1962 

Robert A. Esser. B.S., Loyola, 1941; M.D., Northwestern, 1945 

Michael Fetell. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

Eugenia T. Gamboa. B.A., Philippines, 1961; M.D., 1966 

Stanley W. Holstein. B.S., George Washington, 1963; M.D., Georgetown, 1967 

Charles R. Plank. B.A., Oklahoma, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Jerome S. Rcsnick. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Hyman G. Weitzen. B.A., New York University, 1934; M.D., 1938 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Sidney M. Cohen, M.D. 
James F. Culleton, M.D. 
Stanley Lesse, M.D. 
Richard S. Rhee, M.D. 
Bruce Roseman, M.D. 
Robert Wolff, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Ernest Amatniek, Ph.D. 
Vinayak Damle, Ph.D. 
William D. Niemi, Ph.D. 
Gajanan Nilaver, M.B., 

B.S. 
Paul Oratofsky, B.A. 
A.L.N. Prasad, Ph.D. 
Michael Schonberg, 

Ph.D. 
Sidney Steinberg, B.A. 
Donald Wood, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Murray Engel, M.D. 
Damon M. Fellman, M.D. 
Michael L. Gruber, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Stanley L. Malkin, M.D. 
Alan F. Pertchik, M.D. 
Stanley R. Resor, Jr., 

M.D. 
Fereydoon Roohi, M.D. 
Gerald J. Smallberg, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 

Jean E. Collard, M.A. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Stephen C. Klass, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
H. Ryan Wagner, Ph.D. 
Leonard Zablow, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Philip Barnett, Ph.D. 
Ernest Bock, M.A. 
Marian Bruen, M.D. 
Robert D. Hawkins, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Ruth Koehle 
Esther Helga Kutt, M.D. 
Peter Lau, M.A. 
Beverly Weiss Lubit, 

Ph.D. 
John Paige, Ph.D. 
Alfred M. Salazar, Jr., 

Ph.D. 
Eli Shapiro, M.Phil. 
Haruhide Yumiya, Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Sara Ginsburg, Ph.D. 
Harry Grundfest, Ph.D. 
Richard L. Masland, M.D. 
Carmine T. Vicale, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

David Nachmansohn, 
M.D. 

LECTURER 

Jeffrey Joel Rosen, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

William Amols. B.A., New York University, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lewis L. Hamilton. B.S., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology 

John CM. Brust, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 



NEUROLOGY • OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 79 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Alfred C . Bannerman . B. Sc. , Edinburgh, 1 963; M.B.,Ch.B., 1 966 
Edward B. Healton. B.S., Oregon, 1964; M.D., Creighton, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Bertel Bruun. M.D., Copenhagen, 1964 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 
Rafael Borras, M.D. 
William P. Duggan, M.D. 
Renee Malouf, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Carl W. Braun. B.A., Harvard, 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1962 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Sidney E. Bender. M.D., Toronto, 1962 

Neil Lombardi (also Pediatrics). B.A., M.D., Boston, 1967 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 

Ann Geller, M.D. 

Donald G. Rawlinson, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Willard C. Rappleye Professor and Chairman 

Raymond L. Vande Wiele (Director, International Institute for the Study of Human 
Reproduction). M.D., Louvain, 1947 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Gymnasium (Poland), 1941; M.D., 

Geneva, 1957 
Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (also Human Genetics). B.A., Boston, 

1949; M.D., Tufts, 1955 
L. Stanley James (also Pediatrics). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 1948 
Orlando J. Miller (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 

1950 
Allan G. Rosenfield (also Public Health) (Director Center for Population and Family 

Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Professor of Biochemistry 

Seymour Lieberman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., Illinois, 1937; Ph.D., Stanford, 
1941 



80 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Professor of Reproductive Biochemistry 

Ines Mandl. Ph.D., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1949 

Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Henry Clay Frick II. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

W. Duane Todd. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Associate Professors 

Bruce A. Barron. B.A., Allegheny, 1955; Ph.D., Yale, 1965; M.D., New York 

University, 1971 
Raphael Jewelewicz. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1960 
Roy H. Petrie. B.S., Western, 1961; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1965 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Michel Ferin. M.D., Louvain, 1964 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Edward T. Bowe. B.S., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Harold E. Fox. M.Sc, Rochester and Oxford, 1972 

Wylie C. Hembree III (also Medicine). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; M.D., Washington (St. 

Louis), 1964 
Gilbert J. Vosburgh. B.A., Princeton, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 
Susan W. Williamson. B.A., Vassar, 1939; M.D., Cornell, 1943 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Vincent J. Freda. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York University, 1952 
David B. Moore. B.S., Hamilton, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 
Raymond U. McCaffrey. B.A., Fordham, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 

Senior Research Associate 

Inge Dyrenfurth. B.S., Wilhelm, 1942; M.Sc, Strasbourg, 1944; B.Sc, Heidelberg, 
1947 

Assistant Professors 

Laxmi Baxi. M.D., Seth C.S. Medical College (Bombay), 1962 
Ming-Neng Yeh. M.D., National Taiwan, 1964 
Edgardo Luis Yordam, Jr. M.D., Maryland, 1972 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Daniel M. Linkie. Ph.D., Michigan, 1971 

Assistant Professor of Endocrine Biochemistry 

Richard B. Hochberg. Ph.D., Hahnemann, 1967 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Nabil Wafik Husami. B.S., M.D., American (Beirut), 1972 

Richard U. Levine. B.S., Tufts, 1962; M.D., Cornell, 1966 

Kevin D. Reilly. B.S., Fairfield (Connecticut), 1965; M.D., Michigan, 1965 

Harold Speert. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1935; M.D., 1939 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 81 



Assistant Clinical Professors 



Landis K. Crockett. B.S., Michigan State, 1966; M.D., Michigan, 1970; M.P.H., 

1975 
Dean J. Grandin. 
Wolfgang Tretter. 



B.A., Columbia, 1936; M.D., 1940 
M.D., Heidelberg, 1952 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Charles N. Bowers, Jr., 

M.D. 
Phyllis C. Leppert, M.S. 
Lawrence J. Severino, 

M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Lajos Bandy, M.S. 
Hosea Fu-Shih Huang 
John Milton Hutson, M.D. 
Norma J. Greenfield 
Stephen Keller, Ph.D. 
Henry R. Rey, M.S. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Sylvia P. Rubin, M.Sc. 
Moshe Israel Schwartz 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Norman R. Bloch, M.D. 
Feliciana Chuy, M.D. 
Steven G. Kaali, M.D. 
Andrew L. Loucopoulos, 

M.D. 
Henry A. Sellner, M.D. 
Leonardo J. Yunis, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Margarita H. Hawkins, 
M.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Neil G. Anderson, Ph.D. 
Emily Glazer, M.S. 
Veeramac Prasad, Ph.D. 
Sylvia Rubin, M.Sc. 
Barbara Santee, M.Phil. 

LECTURERS 

Richard A. Bronson, M.D. 
Jerome A. Dolan, M.D. 
Arnold N. Fenton, M.D. 
John L. Lewis, Jr., M.D. 
Paul S. Metzger, M.D. 
Kevin B. Reilly, M.D. 
David L. Rosenfeld, M.D. 
Sidney J. Siegel, M.D. 
Anna L. Southam, M.D. 
Christopher Tietze, M.D. 



At Mary Imogens Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Douglas H. Barns. B.S., St. Lawrence, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1954 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Balazs Selendy, M.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Mark E. Heller, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Solan Chao. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Hiroko T. Felt on. M.D., Kansai (Japan), 1955 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Stephen L. Matseoane. B.S., Fort Hare (South Africa), 1954; M.D., Witwatersrand 
(South Africa), 1959 



Assistant Professors 

Samuel L. Bruce. B.A., Bridgeport, 1965; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 1971 
Keith F. Rawlinson. B.S., M.D., Alberta (Canada), 1966 



82 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Sunthorn Bunyaviroch. B.S., Chulalongkorn (Thailand); M.D., Mahidol (Thailand) 

Young Sook Cho. M.B., Yonsei, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Nomenida A. Lazaro. B.S., Santa Tomas (Philippines), 1960; M.D., 1965 

Meredith F. Sirmans. B.S., Lincoln, 1961; M.D., Meharry, 1965 

Esther S. Suarez. A.A., Santa Tomas (Philippines), 1955; M.D., 1960 

Alfred J. Williams. B.A., Howard, 1960; M.D., Meharry, 1964 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Pisan Unchalipongse. M.D., Chiengma Medical School (Thailand), 1965 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS (continued) ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Millicent Comrie M D OBSTETRICS AND 

Jack E. Maidman, M.D. Hasi Das, M.D. ' GYNECOLOGY 

I T-> I i \t T^ Angela Portale, M.S. 

Jean D. Joseph, M.D. ^ ' 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL a K 1 fK Mt 1 M R R C 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Ashalatha Mltal, M.tS.,h$.b. 

Sitaram Vithal Chitnis, Rajasingham 

j^ j-j Rahulatharan, M.D. 

Johnny L. Williams, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor 

Robert S. Neuwirth (F. Huntington and Dorothy Babcock Professor). B.S., Yale, 1955; 
M.D., 1958 



Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Thomas F. Dillon. M.D., Georgetown, 1947 

Harold M. M. Tovell. B.A., Toronto, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Abraham Risk. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1957; M.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1969 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Hussein K. Amin. M.B., Ch.B., Alexandria (Egypt), 1955 
John F. Dwyer. B.A., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1960 

Assistant Professor 

Michelle P. Warren (also Medicine). B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1961; M.D., Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Ernst G. Bartsich. M.D., Frankfort, 1962 

Terusada Horiguchi. M.D., Keio (Tokyo), 1961 

Hamid Mootabar. M.D., Pahlavi (Iran), 1966; M.P.H., Columbia, 1974 

Haldar K. Shamsi. M.B., B.S., King Edward Medical College (Pakistan), 1965 

Ivan K. Strausz. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1958 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY • OPHTHALMOLOGY 83 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Alexander Coman. M.D., Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1948 

David B. Crawford. B.S., North Carolina, 1943; M.D., New York University, 1946 

Emmanuel L. Greenberg. M.D., Downstate Medical Center (Brooklyn), 1941 

Ivan J. Jacobson. B.A., Belgarde (Yugoslavia), 1948; M.D., 1955 

Gyula Nemes. B.A., Gymn. Szekesfehervar, 1946; M.D., Budapest, 1954 

Ian G. Van Praagh. M.D., Toronto, 1955 

Marcia L. Storch. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1955; M.D., Woman's Medical College of 

Pennsylvania, 1973 
Riley W. Waller. B.S., LeMoyne, 1943; M.D., Howard, 1947 



Senior Research Associates 

Muriel Feigelson. Ph.D., New York University, 1961 

Bernardo Handszer. M.D., National University of Colombia, 1959 

Daniel A. Tsin. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1965 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Farshad Agahi, M.D. 
Nargess A. Ahgharian 
Terry L. Andrews, M.D. 
Edison K. Asenha, M.D. 
Feliope Bozzo, M.D. 
Kok Chung Chang, M.D. 
Gerard de Catalogne, 

M.D. 
Frederick Clare, M.D. 
Satwant Kaur Dhamoon, 

M.R.C.O.G. 
Bialines Espinosa, M.D. 
Rauf G. Faroqui, M.B., 

B.S. 
Paul Filpescu 
David Elliott Jacobowitz 
John Jakus, M.D. 
Jay Joel Kelinson, M.D. 
Nicholas Klein, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Gary M. Levine, M.D. 
Leon Lewenstein, M.D. 
Ezatolah Mohajer-Shojai, 

M.D. 
Adamandia 

Panayotopoulos, M.D. 
Benu Pascariu, M.D. 
Humberto Portillo, M.D. 
Meera Prabat, M.B., 

B.S. 
George S. Radney, M.D. 
Raphael Reiss, M.D. 
Ronald J. Reiss, M.D. 
Irving Ward Robinson, 

M.D. 
Arnold Roufa, M.D. 
Peter S. Sailon, M.D. 
Bruce M. Schiffman, M.D. 
Istvan Paul Tornai, M.D. 
Filippo Vita, M.D. 
Olwen Joy Wellington, 

M.B., B.S. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Mary E. Wilson, M.D. 
James T. Yang, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Malca Sane, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Naif K. Basile, M.D. 

Charles H. Debrovner, 

M.D. 
Michael Harel, M.D. 
Roger Hassid, M.D. 
Andre Nehorayoff, M.D. 
Robert M. Podell 
Richard A. Ruskin, M.D. 
Fouad Surur, M.B., B.Ch. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Malathy Singh 



Ophthalmology 



Edward S. Harkness Professor and Chairman 

Charles J. Campbell. M.D., George Washington, 1948; B.S., Muskingum, 1949; M.S., 
Rochester, 1951; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 1957 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

Endre A. Balazs (Malcolm P. Aldrich Professor). M.D., Budapest, 1942 



84 OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

Abraham Spector. Ph.D., New York University, 1957 

Professor of Microbiology 

Wladyslaw Manski. M.Phil., Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc, Wroclaw (Poland), 1951 

Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Philip Knapp. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Clinical Professors 

Robert M. Day. B.A., Wesley an, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1944 
Ira S. Jones. B.A., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Associate Professor 

Peter Gouras. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Jorge Fischbarg. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago, 1971 

Associate Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Andrew de Roetth, Jr. B.S., Northwestern, 1943; M.D., 1946 
Anthony Donn. B.S., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 
R. Linsy Farris. M.D., Duke, 1961 

Max Forbes. B.A., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Chicago, 1957 
Francis A. L'Esperance, Jr. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Harold F. Spalter. B.A., Brown, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Stephen Trokel. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; M.D., 1959; Med. 
Sci.D., Columbia, 1965 

Associate Professor of Ocular Physiology 

Laszlo Z. Bito. B.A., Bard, 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1963 

Associate Clinical Professors 

William C. Cooper. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
John W. Espy. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
George M. Howard. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Albany, 1959 

Assistant Professor of Biophysical Ophthalmology 

Charles J. Koester. B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1950; Ph.D., Rochester, 
1955 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

James P. Dillon. B.S., Canisious College, 1964; M.S., Columbia, 1973; Ph.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmic Pharmacology 

Prasad S. Kulkarni. B.S., Shivaji (India), 1965; M.S., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1971; Ph.D., 1974 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 85 

Assistant Professor of Radiation Biology 

Basil V. Worgul. B.S., Miami, 1969; Ph.D., Vermont, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Myles M. Behrens. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Richard W. Darrell. B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959; Med. Sc.D., Columbia, 1965 
Arnold W. Forrest. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., New York University/, 1942 
Frank B. Hoefle. B.A., Dartmouth, 1957; M.D., Harvard, 1961 
Sally Moore (Orthoptics). B.S., Delaware, 1952 
Balachandran D. Srinivasan. Ph.D., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1967 
Emil Wirostko. B.S., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1960; Med. Sc.D., Columbia, 
1967 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Frederic H. Deutsch. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., New York Medical College, 1951 

Hugh M. Moss. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1954 

Ellen F. Regan. B.A., Wellesley, 1940; M.D., Yale, 1943 

Hampson Albert Sisler. B.S., New York University, 1954; M.D., 1957 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

William A. James, Jr., 

M.D. 
Rainer N. Mittl, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

E. Anita Anderson 
Ethel I. Anderson, Ph.D. 
Gerard Armand, Ph.D. 
Mary T. Flood, B.S. 
William H. Garner', Ph.D. 
Lu-Ku-Li, Ph.D. 
Jong J. Lim, Ph.D. 
Kasimierz Malinowski, Ph.D. 
Victoria Ozanics, M.S. 
Debutta Roy, Ph.D. 
Robert Siminoff, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Howard M. Eggers, M.D. 
Albert J. Hofeldt, M.D. 
Lawrence G. Pape, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Richard D. Banyard, M.D. 
Donald H. Green, M.D. 
Martin L. Leib, M.D. 
Richard G. Lennon, M.D. 
Suzanne Li, M.D. 
Stanley Masters 
Louis D. Pizzarello, M.D. 
Lance D. Redler, M.D. 
Jaime Santamaria III, M.D. 
Jesse L. Sigelman, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Suraj Prakash Bhat, Ph.D. 
Margaret H. Garner 
Cecily Medvedovsky, M.D. 
Anne X. Poison, Ph.D. 
Heinz Rosskothen 
Charles Weiss, M.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Roger A. Baroody, B.A. 
Sarah Oliver Briller 
Carol J. De Rousseau, 

Ph.D. 
Janet L. Denlinger, M.D. 
Helena M. Eakins, 

D.Pharm. 
Maria O. Longas, B.A. 
Hermann D. Schubert, 

M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Frank D. Carroll, M.D. 
George R. Merriam, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
IN BIOCHEMISTRY 

Zacharias Dische, M.D. 
Karl Meyer, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Frank De Benedetto 

Julius A. Vida, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Thomas A. Farrell. B.A., Hamilton, 1957; M.D., McGill; 1961 
ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY 
Charles B. Deichman, 
M.D. 



86 OPHTHALMOLOGY • ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 



At Harlem Hospital 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 
Herman C. Jordon, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Rajendra K. Bansal, M.B., 

B.S. 
Antonio M. Gonzalez, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
John p. Mitchell, M.D. 
Ram P. Tiwari, M.S. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 
Andrew Goldstein, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

James C. Newton. B.S., Fordham, 1949; Ph.D., 1953; M.D., Jefferson, 1957 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Louis V. Angioletti, Jr., 

M.D. 
Ulises Arango, M.D. 
Philip A. Bonanno, M.D. 
Chin Wing Chu, M.D. 
Robert C. DellaRocca, 

M.D. 
John Eden, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS {continued) 

Bernard J. Fowler, M.D. 
Dennis D. Freilich, M.D. 
Richard S. Kochman, M.D. 
Charles Merker, M.D. 
Thomas O. Muldoon, M.D. 
Charlermpong Sarakhun, 

M.D. 
Morton H. Seelenfreund, 

M.D. 



ASSISTANTS {continued) 

Howard K. Weisberg, 

M.D. 
Joseph Wynn Wesley, 

M.D. 

LECTURER 

Edward L. Raab, M.D. 



Orthopedic Surgery 



Frank Stinchfield Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery and 
Chairman 

Alexander Garcia. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; M.D., Long Island 
College of Medicine, 1 943 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

C. Andrew L. Bassett. M.D., Columbia, 1948; Med.Sc.D., 1955 



Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Robert E. Carroll. B.A., Yale, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Harold M. Dick. B.A., Princeton, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 
S. Ashby Grantham. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1952; M.D., 1955 
Charles S. Neer II. B.A., Dartmouth, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1942 
Charles T. Ryder. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1939; M.D., Harvard, 
1943 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 87 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Austin D. Johnston. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1947 

Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Stephen Bruce Doty. B.A., Rice, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George B. Ambrose. B.A., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 1943 
Nas S. Eftekhar. M.D., Teheran, 1960 

Hugo A. Keim. B.S., St. Mary's (Minnesota), 1956; M.S., Northwestern, 1966; M.D., 
Loyola, 1960 

Associate Clinical Professor 

David L. Andrews, B.A., Williams, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Senior Research Associate 

Arthur A. Pilla. B.S., St. Joseph's, 1958; M.S., Pennsylvania, 1958; D.Sc, Paris, 
1964 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Rosamond Kane. M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Robert M. Reiss. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., 1959 

James N. Worcester, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

John R. Denton. B.S., West Point, 1960; M.D., Medical College of Alabama, 1967 
Howard A. Kiernan, Jr. B.S., Holy Cross, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Biomechanics 

Robert W. Pawluck. B.S., Columbia, 1974; M.B.A., 1977 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Peter N. Carbonara, M.D. 
William U. Cavallaro, 

M.D. 
Robert N. Dunn, M.D. 
Merle H. Katzman, M.D. 
Christopher B. Michelson, 

M.D. 
Harvey Orlin, M.D. 
Thomas D. Rodda, M.D. 
Joseph E. Salvatore, M.D. 
E. Baldwin Self, Jr., M.D. 
William A. Sinton, M.D. 
L. Arne Skilbred, M.D. 
David M. Smith, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Martin L. Sorger, M.D. 
Joel D. Weinstein, M.D. 
Eric K. Zeitzmann, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Harshad R. Chokshi, 
Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Steven Berkowitz, M.D. 
Louis U. Bigliani, M.D. 
Stuart J. Fischer, M.D. 
Richard E. Fleming, Jr., 
M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Lawrence A. Lefkowitz, 

M.D. 
Stephen J. Mcllveen, 

M.D. 
David Price Roye, Jr. 
Harvey S. Sicherman, 

M.D. 
Ronald Tietjen, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Sharon M. Mitchell, B.S. 
George Tzitzikalakios, 
M.S. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
Frank Stinchfield, M.D. 



88 ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Marvin L. Shelton. B.S., Howard, 1951; M.D., 1956 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 

SURGERY SURGERY 

Aaron M. Gold, M.D. John F. Crowe, M.D. (in Surgery) 

William L. King, M.D. (in Surgery) 
John B. Nailor, M.D. (in Surgery) 
Germukh S. Walha, M.D. (in Surgery) 

At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Alice L. Garrett. B.S., Washington State, 1944; M.D., Southern California, 1954 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George Van B. Cochran. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1956; Med.Sc.D., 
1967 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Edward B. Leahey. B.A., Fordham, 1941; M.D., Georgetown, 1944 
Raphael K. Levine. B.A., Brandeis, 1961; M.D., Jefferson, 1965 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
Robert L. S. Boothe, M.D. 
Abraham C. Kovarsky, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Joseph W. Fielding. M.D., Toronto, 1946 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Robert E. Zickel. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D., 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Vincent G. Fietti, Jr. B.A., Boston, 1968; M.D., 1972 
Frederic E. Helbig. B.A., Brown, 1964; M.D., Boston, 1969 
Tarek Hisham Mardam-Bey. M.D., American (Beirut), 1972 
Ronald M. Match. B.A., Hofstra, 1953; M.D., Jefferson, 1957 
Andrew H. Patterson. M.D., Columbia, 1958 

George L. Unis. B.A., New York University, 1960; M.D., New Jersey College of 
Medicine and Dentistry, 1975 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ORTHOPEDIC 

SURGERY SURGERY 

William G. Hamilton, M.D. Richard J. Cea, M.D. 

James C. Parkes II, M.D. John F. Crowe, M.D. 

Joel E. Rothermel, M.D. Sanford A. Ratzan, M.D. 

Luther F. Warren, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 89 

Otolaryngology 

Professor and Chairman 

Maxwell Abramson. B.A., Wesleyan, 1957; M.D., Union (Albany), 1961 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

Juergen Tonndorf. M.D., Kiel (Germany), 1938; Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1945 

Professors of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Robert M. Hui. B.A., Southern California, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Robin M. Rankow. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1935; D.D.S., Columbia, 
1940; M.D., Rochester, 1950 

Professor of Clinical Audiology and Speech Pathology 

Thomas H. Fay. B.A., Florida, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Illinois, 1958 

Associate Professor of Auditory Biophysics 

Shyam M. Khanna. B.Sc, Lucknow (India), 1951; D.R.E., St. Xavier College (Bom- 
bay), 1954; Ph.D., City College, 1970 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Lawrence Savetsky. B.A., New York University, 1951; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1955 
Malcolm H. Schvey. B.A., Lehigh, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., Amsterdam, 

1956 

Assistant Professors 

Andrew Blitzer (also Oral Surgery). B.A., Adelphi, 1966; D.D.S., Columbia, 1970; 

M.D., Mt. Sinai School of Medicine (New York), 1973 
Anthony Frederick Jahn. B.Sc, Toronto, 1969; M.Sc, 1970; M.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Biochemical Otolaryngology 

Cheng Chun Huang. B.S., Taiwan, 1963; M.S., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., Iowa, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Frank V. Mignogna. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine 
and Dentistry, 1965 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Raymond B. Strauss. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1950; Ph.D., Florida, 1956; M.D., 

Western Reserve, 1 968 
John D. Piro (Prosthetic). B.A., Fordham, 1943; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 



90 OTOLARYNGOLOGY • PATHOLOGY 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS (continued) STAFF ASSOCIATE 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY William J. Richtsmeier, Michel Berreby, M.D. 

Milton Ivker, M.D. M.D. 

Theodore Kramer, M.D. Peter D. Westerhoff, M.D. 

Arthur B. Lacher, M.D. Melvin Wiederkehr, M.D. 

Richard S. Mega, M.D. Carl Wiesenthal, M.D. 

Nicholas D. Pontilena, Howard D. Zipper, M.D. 
M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Errol A. Thompson. M.B., University College (Dublin), 1936 

Assistant Professor 

Lee David Eisenberg (in Surgery). B.S., St. John's (New York), 1967; M.D., State 
University of New York (Downstate), 1971 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Ransford C. Newman. M.B.,B.S., London, 1960; F.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1968 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Clinical Professor 

John S. Lewis. M.D., Alberta (Canada), 1943 

Stanley Whitfield. Certificate, Harris Academy, Dundee, 1940; M.B., Ch.B., St. 
Andrew's University Medical School, 1946 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY 
Awny Aziz Abdou, M.B., Ch.B. 
Arshad H. Amjad, M.D. 
Maria Aramburu, M.D. 
Neville W. Carmical, M.D. 
James F. Grille, M.D. 
Tay Bong Lee, M.D. 
Mauriciu Rodescu, M.D. 



Pathology 



Francis Delafield Professor and Chairman 

Donald W. King. M.D., Syracuse, 1949 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Biochemistry). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
William A. Blanc. B.A., Geneva, 1940; M.D., 1947; Ph.D., 1952 



PATHOLOGY 91 

Paul Ellner (also Microbiology). M.S., Southern California, 1952; Ph.D., Maryland, 

1956 
Gabriel C. Godman (also Microbiology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 

1944 
Conrad L. Pirani. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D., Rochester, 1958 
Ralph M. Richart. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D., Rochester, 1958 
Virginia Tennyson (also Anatomy). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 

1956; Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Professor of Microbiology 

Henry J. Vogel. B.S., London, 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., 1949 

Professor of Comparative Pathology 

Ross M. Grey. D. V.M., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1945 

Professors of Neuropathology 

Phillip E. Duffy. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1947 

Leon Roizin (in Psychiatry). B.A., State Lyceum {Bessarabia), 1930; M.D., Royal 
University (Milan), 1936 

Professor of Surgical Pathology 

Luciano Ozzello. M.D., Turin (Italy), 1951 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Austin D. Johnston (in Orthopedic Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1947 

Adjunct Professors 

Robert V. Hutter. B.A., State University of New York (Syracuse), 1950; M.D., 1954; 

M.A., Yale, 1968 
Harry L. loachim. M.D., Bucharest, 1949 
Sidney Pestka. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 

Clinical Professors 

Victor Herbert. B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 1952 
Pablo Rubinstein. M.D., Chile, 1962 
Sheldon C. Sommers. M.D., Harvard, 1941 

Clinical Professor of Oral Pathology 

Melvin N. Blake. D.D.S., New York University, 1955 

Associate Professors 

Cecilia M. Fenoglio. B.S., St. Elizabeth, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John J. Fenoglio, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John P. Nicholson (also Pediatrics). B.S., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 



92 PATHOLOGY 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

David J. Zegarelli. B.A., Columbia, 1965; D.D.S., 1969 

Associate Professors of Neuropathology 

Lester M. Geller. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.A., Michigan State, 1948; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1953 
Mavis Kaufman (in Psychiatry). M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Richard F. Defendini. B.A., Michigan, 1948; M.A., 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Thomas A. Blumenfeld. A. A., North Carolina, 1960; M.D., Tennessee, 1964 
Carmia Borek (in Radiology). B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weitzmann Institute (Israel), 1967 
Arline D. Deitch (in Anatomy). B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 

1954 
Reba A. Goodman. B.A., Indiana, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1952; Ph.D., 1955 
Mary E. King. B.A., Smith, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 
Nicole Suciu-Foca (in Surgery). B.S., Bucharest (Rumania), 1959; M.S., 1960; Ph.D., 

1965 
Myron Tannenbaum (in Urology). B.S., New York University, 1952; M.S., 1955; 

Ph.D., 1957; M.D., Chicago, 1961 
Ruth H. Vogel. Ph.D., New York University, 1958 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric Pathology 

H. Joachim Wigger. M.D., Hamburg, 1954 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Karl Perzin. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 

Marianne Wolff. B.A., Hunter, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ernest Baden. M.A., Sorbonne, 1946; D.D.S., New York University, 1950; M.D., 

Geneva, 1962 
Jan Vincents Johannesen. M.D., Bergen (Norway), 1966 
M. Richard Pachter. M.D., Zurich, 1956 
William Pollack. M.S., Rutgers, 1950; Ph.D., 1964 
Robert R. Rickert. B.A., Michigan, 1958; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1962 
Harry H. Stumpf. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1951 
John A. Terzakis. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 
Kaity Yannopoulos. M.D., Greece, 1954 
Frederick T. Zugibe. B.S., St. Francis, 1951; M.S., Chicago, 1959; Ph.D., 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Irwin A. Almenoff. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1948; M.D., Cornell, 1952 
Daniel W. Benninghoff. B.A., Yale, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Donald E. Brown. M.D., Harvard, 1943 



PATHOLOGY 93 



John M. Budinger. B.S., Northwestern, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Robert L. Hirsch. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., 1951 

David N. Silvers (also Dermatology). B.A., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 

Stanley Simbonis. B.S., Yale, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Harold J. Sobel. B.A., Brooklyn, 1950; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1954 

Richard L. Swarm. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1949; M.D., 1950 

Assistant Professors 

Jerome Owen Cantor. B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1975 

Seth Goldberg. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966; B.A., California, 

1964; M.D., State University of New York [Downstate), 1970 
Stephen Keller. B.S., Pace, 1971; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 
Daniel M. Knowles. B.A., Bridgeport, 1969; M.D., Chicago, 1973 
Jay Lefkowitch. B.A., Clark, 1972; M.D., Columbia, 1976 
Ricardo Mesa-Tejada. B.S., Manhattan, 1964; M.D., Madrid, 1970 
Armand Miranda. B.S., Columbia, 1969; Ph.D., 1973 

Assistant Professor of Neuropathology 

Arthur P. Hays. B.A., Dartmouth, 1962; B. Med. Sci., 1963; M.D., Colorado, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Herbert Barden. B.S., Brooklyn, 1952; M.S., New York University, 1960; Ph.D., 
1964 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

E. Glenn Armstrong. B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1966; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., 

Maryland, 1975 
Daniel J. Fink. B.S., Cornell, 1968; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1970; M.D., Columbia, 1975; M.Phil., 1980 
Mary M. Lee. B.S., Michigan, 1966; Ph.D., 1972 
Gerda Nette. B.S., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., 1973 
Michael Pesce. B.S., St. Johns, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 
Maria Mahdalyna Shevchuk. B.A, Fordham, 1970; M.D., Upstate Medical Center 

(Syracuse), 1974 
Philip Tomashefsy (in Urology). Ph.D., New York University, 1969 
Nicholas J. Willson. B.S., Saint Peter's, 1959; M.D., Seton Hall, 1963 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Solange G. Abunassar. M.D., American (Beirut), 1968 

Majid Ali. M.B., B.S., Punjab (India), 1963 

Paul Bachner. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Harry Woodson Carter. M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Larry E. Douglass. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1959; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1960 

Howard B. Goldstein. B.A., Colgate, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 

Arthur I. Hurvitz. D. V.M., Michigan State, 1964; Ph.D., California (Davis), 1967 

Catherine Kambolis. M.D., Athens, 1955 

Paul A. Krieger. B.S., City College, 1967; M.D., New York Medical College, 1971 

Richard A. McReynolds. M.S., Virginia, 1968; M.D., 1971 

Basil Moumgis. M.D., Pittsburgh, 1949 

Frederick Muschenheim. B.A., Howard, 1953; M.D.C.M., McGill, 1963 

Robert D. Newman. B.S., California (Los Angeles), 1958; M.D., 1962 



94 PATHOLOGY 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Giles G. Allard. B.A., Montreal, 1944; M.D., Laval, 1950 

Lucretia Allen. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1952 
Stefan E. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., State University of New York 

(Buffalo), 1960 
Hiroshi Nakazawa. M.D., Keio (Tokyo), 1958 

Henry G. Schriever. B.A., Vermont, 1956; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 
Ralph W. Snyder. B.S.. McGill, 1951; M.D., 1953 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

May Parisien, M.D. 
Heidrun Zweitnig- 
Rotterdam, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Reba Goodman, Ph.D. 
Moshe Rosen, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

Marguerite M. Duby, M.D. 
Milagros Ona-Sarino, M.D. 
Elena Zegarelli-Schmidt, 

Ph.D. 
Monica C. Yang, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Margaret M. Grimes, M.D. 
Charles Chostner Marboe, 
M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Janet Tannenbaum 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Lester R. Cahn, D.D.S. 
David Cowen, M.D. 
C. Zent Garber, M.D. 
Raffaele Lattes, M.D. 
Meyer M. Melicow, M.D. 
Abner Wolf, M.D. 



LECTURERS 

Michael Baden, M.D. 
Paul A. Brown, M.D. 
Hyman Donnenfeld, M.D. 
Frederick A. Jacobiec, 

M.D. 
Janis F. Klavins, M.D. 
David Spain, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Charles A. Ashley. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D., 1947; M.S., Illinois, 1951 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Harlan D. Alpern. B.S., Michigan, 1967; M.D., Chicago, 1971 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

William B. Giuney, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professor 

Jack W. C. Hagstrom. B.A., Amherst, 1955; M.D., Cornell, 1959 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Prem Chauhan. F. Sc. Med., Punjab (India), 1942; M.D., B.S., 1948 
Carlos Navarro. B.S., National University (Mexico), 1947; M.D., 1955 
Angus C. Sampath (in Microbiology). D. Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pathology 

Clayton L. Natta. B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 1957; M.D., Toronto, 1961 



PATHOLOGY 95 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Helen M. S. Richards. M.B., B.S., Colombo (Sri Lanka), 1969 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Luritz C. Creque, M.D. 
Juan B. Gabriel 
Louys Thomas, M.D. 

At Overlook Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Bernard M. Wagner. M.D., Hahnemann, 1949 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Robert Galen. B.A., Boston, 1966; M.D., 1970 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Anthony Marchand. B.A., Connecticut, 1966; M.D., Duke, 1970 

Joel A. Roth. B.A., Brooklyn, 1964; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 
1968 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Frederick van Lente, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor 

S. Raymond Gambino. B.S., Antioch, 1948; M.D., Rochester, 1952 
Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Arthur W. Branwood. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1942; M.D., 1948 
Professor of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Robert R. Pascal. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Stephen F. Ryan. M.D., Colorado, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professors 

John Y. Kiyasu. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1951; Ph.D., 1955 
Artemis D. Nash. B.A., Smith, 1949; M.D., Columbia 1953 

Louise L. Phillips. B.S., William and Mary, 1934; M.D., Columbia, 1940; Ph.D., 
1950 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Lazarevic Bozidar. M.D., Belgrade, 1956 

John J. Di Re. B.S., McGill, 1953; M.D., George Washington, 1957 

Harold P. Gaetz. B.S., McGill, 1953; M.D., 1958 

Martin S. Krumerman. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., 1965 



96 PATHOLOGY • PEDIATRICS 

Assistant Professor 

Deng Fong Liau. M.Sc, McGill, 1968; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Kenneth F. Button. B.A., Indiana, 1966; M.D., 1970 
Derek Englander. M.D., Royal College (London), 1963 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

Petra Elena P. Banogon, 

M.D. 
Corazon S. Sian, M.D. 
Rose-Sunitha Thayaparan, 

M.D. 
Mah Manzar Yamohommady, 

M.D. 

Pediatrics 

Reuben S. Carpentier Professor and Chairman 

Michael Katz (also Public Health). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of 
New York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Arthur D. Bloom (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Harvard, 1956; 

M.D., New York University, 1960 
Ralph Dell. B.A., Pomona, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 
Darryl C. De Vivo (also Neurology). B.A., Amherst, 1959; M.D., Virginia, 1964 
Welton M. Gersony. B.A., Syracuse, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 

(Upstate), 1958 
L. Stanley James (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 

1948 
Robert B. Mellins. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1952 
Sergio Piomelli. B.A., Liceo Sannazzaro (Naples), 1948; M.D., Naples, 1954 
Michael Rosen. B.A., Wesleyan, 1960; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1964 
Myron Winick (Williams Professor and Director of Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., 
Columbia, 1951; M.S., Illinois, 1952; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1956 
Robert W. Winters. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., Yale, 1952 

Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Abe Chutorian (also Neurology). B.A., Manitoba, 1949; B.S., 1952; M.D., 1957 
Arnold R. Gold (also Neurology). B.A., Texas, 1947; M.S., Florida, 1949; M.D., 

Lausanne, 1950 
Sylvia P. Griffiths. B.A., Hunter, 1944; M.D., Yale, 1948 
Jerry C. Jacobs. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1956 
Niels L. Low (also Neurology). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 



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David Shaffer (also Psychiatry). M.D., London, 1961 

Joe D. Wray (in Public Health). B.A., Stanford, 1947; M.D., 1952 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

H. Donald Dunton. M.D., Rochester, 1945 

Clinical Professor of Pediatric Psychology 

Michael Lewis. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1958; Ph.D., 1962 

Associate Professors 

Jo Anne Brasel (in Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., Colorado, 1956; M.D., 1959 
Nicholas Cunningham (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns 

Hopkins, 1955 
Joseph Graziano (also Pharmacology). B.S., Long Island, 1967; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 
William C. Heird. B.S., Maryville, 1958; M.S., Vanderbilt, 1963; M.D., 1964 
Allen I. Hyman (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical 

College, 1959 
Ehud Krongrad. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1965 
Gilbert W. Mellin. B.S., Bethany, 1945; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 
Akira Morishima. M.D., Keio (Japan), 1954; Ph.D., 1961 
John F. Nicholson (also Pathology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 
Pedro Rosso (in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Institute of Human Nutrition). M.D., 

Chile, 1966 
David Rush (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Katherine Sprunt. B.A., Wellesley, 1942; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1945 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Russell S. Asnes. B.A., Boston, 1959; M.D., Tufts, 1963 

Jennifer J. Bell. B.A., Swarthmore, 1953; M.D., New York, 1961 

William J. Davis. B.A., Wilkes, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

John M. Driscoll. B.A., Hamilton, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1962 

Susan G. Gordon. B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1946; M.D., Howard, 1950 

Anthony Mansell. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., Ohio State, 1965 

Martin Nash. B.A., Duke, 1960; M.D., 1964 

Jane Pitt. B.A., Radcliffe, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 

Anneliese L. Sitarz. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

Carl N. Steeg. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1958; M.D., New York Medical College, 1962 

Dorothy Warburton (in Human Genetics and Development). Ph.D., McGill, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Fred Agre. B.A., Lafayette, 1957; M.D., Duke, 1961 

Robert Appleby. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

William A. Bauman. B.S., Harvard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Constance J. Hayes. B.S., St. Rose, 1959; M.D., Loyola, 1965 

John J. Kangos. B.S., Rutgers, 1945; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1948 

Jack ShiUer. B.A., North Carolina, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Joseph A. Silverman. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Stephen Wang (at Morristown Memorial Hospital). B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., 

1964 
Leo F. J. Wilking. B.S., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 



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Assistant Professors 

Kwame Anyane-Yeboa. M.D., Ghana, 1972 

Stephen J. Atwood. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

Candace Jean Erickson. B.A., George Washington, 1969; M.D., Maryland, 1973 

Gabriel G. Haddad. B.S., American (Beirut), 1969; M.D., 1972 

Karen Hein. B.A., Wisconsin, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

David S. Hodes (also Microbiology). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Allan J. Hordof. B.A., Hobart, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1966 

Joseph S. Levy. M.D., Hadassah (Israel), 1971 

Adrien Moessinger. M.D., Lausanne, 1971 

Emi Okamoto. M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Nigel Paneth (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; 

M.D., Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Leila M. Pang (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1970 
Joan A. Regan. M.D., Missouri, 1974 
Tove Rosen. B.A., Rochester, 1961; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1965 
Karl F. Schulze. B.A., Carleton, 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1965 
S. Alex Stalcup. B.A., Whittier College, 1967; M.D., California, 1971 
Raymond I. Stark. B.S., Columbia, 1963; M.D., 1970 
Shobhana Vora. M.D., Bombay (India), 1973 
Christine Ann Walsh. M.D., Yale, 1973 
Michael A. Weiner. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1968; M.D., State University of New 

York (Upstate), 1972 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Bernard R. Feldman. B.S., William and Mary, 1955; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 

1959 
Charles Feldman. B.A., Columbia, 1966; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1970 
Burton Grebin. B.A., Adelphi, 1962; M.D., New York Medical College, 1966 
Donald E. Hutchings (also Psychiatry). B.A., Lake Forest, 1959; M.A., Chicago, 1963; 

Ph.D., 1965 
Celia Ores. M.D., Berne (Switzerland), 1956 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Rose G. Ames. B.A., Barnard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1944 
Alexander Blum, Jr. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Harvard, 1947 
Frederick M. Bomback. B.A., Brandeis, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1969 
Matilda B. Brust. B.A., Marietta, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 
Roger Challop. B.S., Brooklyn, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 
Yvonne T. DriscoU. B.A., Trinity, 1958; M.D., Women's Medical College of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1962 
T. Donald Eisenstein. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1952; M.D., Albany Medical College, 

1956 
Marguerite J. Gates. B.A., Barnard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Gustave Gavis. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Thurman B. Givan, Jr. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Stephen Glaser. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., New York University, 1964 
Bertram H. Grossman. B.A., North Carolina, 1948; M.D., Georgetown, 1959 



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Jeannette J. Jansky. M.S., City College, 1960; Ph.D., Columbia, 1970 

Kenneth H. Katz. B.A., Lafayette, 1968; M.D.. New York Medical College, 1973 

Murray D. Kuhr. B.S.. Cincinnati, 1961; M.D., Chicago. 1965 

Betty C.M.L. Kuo. B.A., Vassar, 1959; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1964 

George Lazarus. B.A.. Yale, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 

Dean N. Martin. B.A., Hofstra. 1959; M.D.. Albany Medical College, 1963 

Harriet E. McGurk. B.A., Radcliffe. 1967; M.D.. Albert Einstein, 1973 

Daniel J. Melia. B.A.. Harvard. 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Harriette R. Mogul. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D.. Albert Einstein. 1965 

Damyanti Moorjani (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S.. Bombay. 1953; M.D., Grant 

(Bombay), 1957 
Gilda Morillo-Cucci . M.D., Phillipines, 1 962; M. P. H. , Colum bia .1975 
Stanley Morrison. B.A., Temple, 1963; M.D., George Washington, 1967 
Michael Novogroder. B.S., Brooklyn, 1965; M.D., State University of New York, 

1969 
Herbert Pooh. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D.. 1953 
Morton H. Rachelson. B.A., Syracuse, 1946; M.D., Tulane, 1950 
Margaret M. Rice. B.S., Marymount, 1943; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Roderick C. Richards. B.A.. Cornell, 1945; M.D.. 1948 
Louis Rodregues. B.S.. College of the City of New York, 1955; M.D., State University 

of New York (Downstate), 1959 
Albert P. Rosen. B.B., North Carolina. 1939; M.D.. Long Island College of Medicine. 

1943 
John S. Rosmaita. B.A., St. Peter's, 1953; M.D., State University of New York, 1957 
Malcolm S. Schwartz. D.D., College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, 1967 
Edith M. J. Kuo-Ying Shen. M.D., Lud wig-Maximilian (Munich), 1960 
Kung-Tso Sheng. M.D., St. John's (Shanghai). 1954 
Elliot J. Siegel. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1954; M.D., 1968 
Gilbert Simon. B.A., Colgate, 1958; M.D., Rochester, 1962 
Lawrence Skolnick. B.A., Queens (New York), 1968; M.D., New York University, 

1972; Ph.D.. North Carolina. 1980 
William H. Smith. B.A., Rochester, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Susan Speer. B.A., Wellesley, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
David Stiles. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., 1943 
Martin B. Vita. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., 1954 
William W. Whitten. B.A., Wesleyan, 1945; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Edwin A. Goldstein. B.A., Brooklyn College, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Maryann J. Colenda, M.D. 
John L. Costa, M.D. 
Alan Kanter, M.D. 
Peter F. Migel, M.D. 
Robert M. Schwartz, M.D. 
David H. Wisotsky, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
William B. Bell, M.D. 
Grace Leidy, M.D. 
Frank T. Nakamura, B.S. 
Rajasekhar 

Ramakrishnan, Sc.D. 
Gail Wasserman, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Martha L. Amarant, M.D. 
Gaya Aranoff, M.D. 
William J. Chernack, M.D. 
Dennis Davidson, M.D. 
Agnes D. Dilworth, M.S.S. 
Arlene Falk, M.D. 
Bernadette Fiscina, M.D. 
Stanley H. Gilbert, Jr., 

M.D. 
Nora Haddad-Farkouh, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Robert A. Hands, M.D. 
Marie B. Keith, M.D. 
Michael L. Lapkin, M.D. 
William L. Lupatkin, M.D. 
Sylvia Morgan, M.D. 
Marilyn Nosh, M.D. 
Mary R. Richards, M.D. 
Morton J. Seligman, M.D. 
John G. Slater, M.D. 
D. Loren Southern, M.D. 
Margaret Young. M.D. 



100 PEDIATRICS 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 
Alma T. Blitz, M.D. 
Knang-Chung Chien, M.D. 
Lilian Wah-Ying Chiu, M.D. 
Bernard Etra, M.D. 
Mathew Feldman, M.D. 
Rosalinda Rubenstein, 

M.D. 
Susan Skalsky, M.D. 
Samuel T. Wilmit, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Carol Seaman, M.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Joseph AbuUarrage, M.D. 
FredS. Barash, M.D., 

Ph.D. 
Linda D'Angelo, M.S. 
Mysore R. Gandhi, M.S. 
Dorcas Koeningsberger, 

M.S. 
Joel S. Lipset, M.A. 
Dolores McCann, M.S. 
Ernest J. Millman, Ph.D. 
Catherine Muttart, M.S. 
Ulana Sanocka, M.D. 
Regina Santella, M.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES {continued) 

Robin Schwartz, M.S. 
Thomas Soulos, M.S. 
Mark D. Starr, Ph.D. 
Phyllis Taterka, M.S. 
Christine L. Zucker, M.S. 

LECTURERS 
Albert Aharon, M.D. 
Armond V. Mascia, M.D. 
Yaakov Shechter, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogens Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Joe H. Cannon. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1942; M.D., 1945 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 
Pedro Alarcon, M.D. 
Allan S. Cunningham, M.D. 
John G. Freehafer, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 



Professor 

Erich J. Kahn. M.B., B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1940 

Associate Professor 

Margaret Heagerty. B.A., Seton Hill, 1957; B.S., West Virginia, 1959; M.D., Pennsyl- 
vania, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Wiener Leblanc. B.S., Haiti, 1950; M.D., 1956 

Gene-Ann Polk. B.A., Oberlin, 1948; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1952; M.P.H., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Professor 

Barbara C. Dangman. B.S., Bucknell, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1972 
Ilene Fennoy. B.A., Stanford, 1968; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1973 
Mark Rapoport. B.A., M.D., Boston, 1970; M.P.H., Howard, 1973 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Araceli R. Ancajas. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1961 

Josephine Kerr. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., New York University, 1951 

Yusuf M. Khakoo. M.B., B.S., Bombay, 1962 



PEDIATRICS 101 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 



Lucille C. Gunning. B.A., New York University, 1945; M.D. 
College of Pennsylvania, 1 949 



Women s Medical 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 

Beverly Anderson 

Viruppamattam Augustin, M.B., B.S. 

Serge Fenelon, M.D. 

Wilfrid Florvil 

Delore J. Gayle-Thompson, M.D. 

Anne Hutcheon, M.A., M.D. 

Robert Hutcheon, M.D. 

Vincent E. Hutchinson, M.B., B.S. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Petronella Manning-AUegre, M.D. 
Rochelle Scott, M.D. 
Marguerita A. Silvera, M.D. 
Claudina Y. Wallace, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 
Kuang-Chung Hu Chien, M.D. 



At Overlook Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Solomon J. Cohen. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1951 
Gloria Schrager. B. A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.D. , Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1948 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joseph I. Boylan. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Yale, 1955 

Frederick C. Braun, Jr. B.S., Georgetown, 1951; M.D., Jefferson, 1955 

Burton M. Feinsmith. B.S., Arkansas, 1949; M.S., Florida, 1951; M.D., Berne, 1961 

George M. Gill. B.S., Dickinson, 1954; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1958 

Benjamin H. Josephson. B.S., North Carolina, 1949; M.D., New York Medical 

College, 1952 
Joseph Kalbacher. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Cornell, 1946 
John H. Krikorian, B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1963 
Carolkay Lissenden. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Woman's Medical College of 

Philadelphia, 1964 
Lewis I . Sank . B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1 95 7; M.D., 1961 
Frederic A. Schulaner. B.S., Tufts, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Margaret E. Symonds. M.B., London, 1941; B.S., 1945 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Arnold N. Constad, M.D. 
Paul A. Kearney, M.D. 
Barry Lauton, M.D. 
Wayne D. Stettler, M.D. 
Charles B. Terhune, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Paul Avondoglio, M.D. 
Howard S. Britt, M.D. 
Frank P. Frenda, M.D. 
Carl H. Herman, M.D. 
Alexander R. Horowitz, 

M.D. 
Victor S. Lamberto, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Vinnakota V. P. Rao, M.D. 
Dudley A. Roberts, M.D. 
Stanislawa Rosnowski, 

M.D. 
Arvind P. Shah, M.D. 
James Sorger, M.D. 
Sandy P. Waran, M.D. 



At St. Luke's- Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor of Pediatrics 

Louis Z. Cooper. B.S., Yale, 1954; M.D., 1957 



102 PEDIATRICS 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Doris L. Wethers. B.S., Queens (New York), 1958; M.D., Yale, 1952 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Helen Rodriguez-Trias. B.S., Puerto Rico, 1957; M.D., 1960 
Phillip R. Ziring. B.A., New York University, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Assistant Professor 

Elena B. Klein. M.D., State Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1953; 
Ph.D., Institute of Microbiology (Rumania), 1972 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatric Psychology 

Madeline W. Appell. B.A., Queens, 1962; M.A., 1963 

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. B.A., Connecticut College, 1969; Ed.M., Harvard, 1970; Ph.D., 

Pennsylvania, 1975 
Nathan A. Fox. B.A., Williams, 1970; Ph.D., Harvard, 1975 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Dennis Allendorf. B.S., Georgetown, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 1970 

Anastasios Anastasiades. M.D., Athens, 1950 

Robert Antar. B.S., Brooklyn, 1965; M.D., Louvain (Belgium), 1970 

Saroj Sahgal Bakshi. M.B., B.S., Government Medical College (India), 1960; M.D., 

Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (India), 1969 
Herbert I. Cohen. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

Gisela T. Dairy mple. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1951 
Donald L. Feinberg. B.A., Hamilton, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 
Zachary Finkelberg. B.S., Queens (New York), 1962; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1966 
Joan M. Flanigan. B.A., Case Western Reserve, 1962; M.D., 1966 
Erwin Friedman (Pediatric Psychology). Ph.D., Peter (Budapest), 1949 
Fadel M. Hochroth. B.A., Louisville, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Harry Kimmel. B.A., St. Andrews (Bucharest), 1940; M.D., Bucharest, 1949 
Katherine Lodyjensky. M.D., Montreal, 1943 
Neil Lombardi (also Neurology). B.A., M.D., Boston, 1967 
Rogelio F. Lucas. A. A., University of the East (Manila), 1956; M.D., 1961 
Anthony F. Michel. M.D., Faculte de Medecine (Haiti), 1956 
Mona Milstein. B.A., State University of New York (Binghamton), 1965; M.D. State 

University of New York (Buffalo), 1969 
Richard Mones. B.A., Brooklyn, 1967; M.D., New York Medical College, 1971 
Lucie Rudd . B.S., Paris, 1 933; M.D., 1 940 

Marianne Schwob. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Farrokh Shahrivar. M.D., Tehran, 1966 
Shantha Subramaniam. M.B., B.S., Madras (India), 1962 
Lucy M. Swift. B.A., Barnard, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Phienjit Tantibhedhyangkul. M.D., Mahido (Thailand), 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sayenna A. Uduman. D.M.E.S., Kilpauk (India), 1963; M.D., Madras, 1966 
Ranjeet Virdi. B.S., India, 1960; M.D., 1960 
Elizabeth Watkins. B.A., Randolph-Macon Women's College, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 

1951 



PEDIATRICS • PHARMACOLOGY 103 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Ricarda L. Baum, M.D. 
Joseph A. Cannaliato, M.D. 
Ragabardial R. Dwarka, 

M.D. 
Renata Frenkel, M.D. 
Diane Hochlerin, M.D. 
Ruth E. Kessler, M.D. 
Edward A. Nichols, M.D. 
Thelma Verano-Santiago, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Robert William Amler, M.D. 

Myrna Aquino Damian, 

M.D. 
Carlois Emilio Arzeno, M.D. 
William R. Brown, M.D. 
Morel Duverseau, M.D. 
Rita H. Fischer, M.D. 
Luis Antonio Goyco, M.D. 
Robert L. Hite, M.D. 
Nancy C. Holahan, M.D. 
Christodoulos lordanou, 

M.D. 
Kusum Khanna, M.B., B.S. 
Priscilla W. Lewis, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 
Richard Gary Merkler, 

M.D. 
Flora Ramirez, M.D. 
Melanie Rivenzon, M.D. 
Nathan E. Saint-Amand, 

M.D. 
Kathryn H. Sussman, 

M.D. 
Michael Glen Teitel, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Thomas H. Hyatt, Jr., 
M.D. 



Pharmacology 



David Hosack Professor and Chairman 

Brian F. Hoffman. A. A., Princeton, 1943; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 
1947 



Professors 

J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Medicine). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 

Frederick G. Hofmann. B.A., Michigan, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1952 

Norman Kahn (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1954; D.D.S., 1958; 

Ph.D., 1964 
Harold C. Neu (also Medicine). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1960 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Anesthesiology). M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1944 
Michael R. Rosen (also Pediatrics). B.A., Wesleyan, 1960; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1964 
Wilbur H. Sawyer (Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1942; 

M.D., 1945; Ph.D., 1950 
Hsueh-Hwa Wang. M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1946 
Andrew L. Wit. B.S., Bates, 1963; Ph.D., Columbia, 1968 

Adjunct Professors 

Paul F. Cranefield. Ph.B., Wisconsin, 1946; Ph.D., 1951; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1964 

Jurg Schneider. M.D., Basle (Switzerland), 1945 

Sidney Spector (also Anesthesiology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jeffer- 
son, 1956 

Robert M. Weiss. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1957; M.D., State University of New 
York (Downstate), 1960 



Adjunct Associate Professors 

Marvin R. Blumenthal. B.S., Michigan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 
Martin M. Winbury. B.S., Long Island, 1940; M.S., Maryland, 1942; Ph.D., New York 
University, 1954 



104 PHARMACOLOGY • PHYSIOLOGY 

Senior Research Associate 

Lance L. Simpson. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., California, 1969 

Assistant Professors 

Larry Crawshaw (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1964; 

Ph.D., California (Santa Barbara), 1970 
Peter Danilo, Jr. Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 
Daniel J. Goldberg. Ph.D., Yale, 1974 
Jaya Haldar. M.Sc, Calcutta, 1961; Ph.D., London, 1966 
Douglas N. Ishii (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 
Lou Katz (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 
Tuan Due Pham (also Anatomy). B.S., St. Edward's (Texas), 1962; M.S., Loyola, 

1967; M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1975 
Richard B. Robinson. Ph.D., Illinois, 1975 
Steven L. Roffman. B.A., Queens (New York), 1965; M.S., New York University, 

1963; Ph.D., 1973 



Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Edward B. Kirsten. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 

1966; Ph.D., City College, 1969 
Lawrence Tilley. D.V.M., Iowa State, 1969 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Kenneth Dangman, Ph.D. 
Samuel M. Ross, B.E.E. 
(Electrical Engineering) 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Arline Albala 
Pamela Garlick 



1962; M.S., New York University, 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Ofer Binah 

Penelope Altman Boyden, 

Ph.D. 
Florence Chan, M.D. 
Irinia Golyakhovsky, Ph.D. 
Kenneth W. Hewett, 

Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES {continued) 

Jorg Dietrich Schoenen, 
M.D. 

LECTURER 

Kwang Soo Lee, M.D. 



Physiology 



John C. Dalton Professor and Chairman 

John V. Taggart (also Medicine). M.D., Southern California, 1940 



Professors 

Shu Chien. M.B., National Taiwan, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957 

Eric R. Kandel (also Psychiatry). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., New York University, 

1956 
Irving Kupfermann (also Psychiatry). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 
William L. Nastuk. B.S., Rutgers, 1939; Ph.D., 1945 

Mero Nocenti. B.A., West Virginia, 1951; M.S., 1952; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1955 
John P. Reuben (in Neurology). B.A., Grinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D., 

Florida, 1959 
David Schachter. B.S., New York University, 1946; M.D., 1949 

James H. Schwartz (also Neurology). B.S., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York Universi- 
ty, 1959; Ph.D., Rockefeller. 1964 



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Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Medicine). M.B., Ch.B., Baghdad, 1962 

Martin Blank. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957: 

Ph.D., Cambridge, 1959 
Louis J. Cizek. B.S., Fordham, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 
Raimond Emmers. B.A., East Texas Baptist, 1953; M.A., North Carolina, 1955; 

Ph.D., Syracuse, 1958 
Michel Ferin (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Louvain, 1964 
Jorge Fischbarg (in Ophthalmology). M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago. 

1971 
Claude P. J. Ghez (also Neurology). B. Sc, Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard. 1964 



Senior Research Associate 

Shunichi Usami. M.B., Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine (Japan). 1940; Ph.D. 
1957 



Assistant Professors 

Kung-Ming Jan. M.B., National Taiwan, 1967; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
John D. Koester. B.A., Wooster (Ohio), 1965; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Herbert H. Lipowsky. M.D., Moscow State Medical Institute, 1954; Ph.D., 1962; 

D.Sc.M., Research Institute of Clinical and Experimental Surgery (Moscow), 1960 
Hugh Nellans (also Medicine). B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Richard E. Abbott, Ph.D. Robert G. King, B.Sc. 

Jack T. Alexander, B.S. Shiomoh Simchon 

Ronald D. Carlin, Ph.D. Lily M. Soo, Ph.D. 
Szloma Kowarski, M.A. 
Mary M. L. Lee, Ph.D. 



Psychiatry 



Laurence Kolb Professor and Chairman 

Edward J. Sachar. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1956 

At New York State Psychiatric Institute 

Professors 

Eric R. Kandel (also Physiology). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D.. New York University, 

1956 
Donald F. Klein. B.A., Colby, 1947; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Irving Kupferman (also Physiology). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 
Robert L. Spitzer. B.A., Cornell, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 
Robert J. Weiss (also Medicine). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., Columbia. 

1951 



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Professor of Biochemistry 

Maurice M. Rapport. B.S., City College of New York, 1940; Ph.D., California Institute 
of Technology, 1946 

Professors of Medical Psychology 

Samuel Sutton. Ph.D., Chicago, 1955 
William N. Thetford. Ph.D., Chicago, 1949 

Professor of Neuropathology 

Leon Roizin. B.A., State Lyceum (Bessarabia). 1930; M.D., Royal University (Milan), 
1936 

Professor of Social Sciences 

Bruce Dohrenwend (also Public Health). B.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Cornell, 1955 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Gene G. Abel. M.D., Iowa, 1965 

H. Donald Dunton (in Pediatrics). M.D., Rochester, 1945 

L. Erlenmeyer-Kimling (in Human Genetics). B.S., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

Ronald R. Fieve. B.A., Wisconsin, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1955 

Archie R. Foley (in Public Health). B.A., Queens (Canada), 1943; M.D., CM., 1947; 

M.S., Columbia, 1962 
Lothar Gidro-Frank. M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Alexander H. Glassman. B.A., Illinois, 1956; M.D., 1958 
Barry K. Gurland. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1955 

Joseph Jaffe. B.A., Columbia, 1944; M.D., New York University, 1947 
Donald S. Kornfeld. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1950; M.D., Yale, 1954 
Sidney Malitz. B.S., Tulane, 1943; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1946 
John D. Rainer (in Human Genetics). M.D., Columbia, 1951 
James H. Ryan. B.A., Yale, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
David Shaffer (also Pediatrics). M.D., London, 1961 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner (in Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 

Clinical Professors 

Willard Gaylin. B.A., Harvard, 1947; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1951 

Roger MacKinnon. M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Lionel Ovesey. B.A., California (San Francisco), 1937; M.D., 1941 

Herbert Spiegel. B.S., Maryland, 1936; M.D., 1939 

John Weber. B.A., Duke, 1939; M.D., Yale, 1943 

Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology 

Rita Rudel. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1946; M.A., 1949; Ph.D., New 
York University, 1955 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

Austin H. Kutscher. B.A., New York University, 1945; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 



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Associate Professor of Medical Psychology 

Jacques Rutschmann. D. Sc, Geneva, 1956 

Associate Professor of Neuropathology 

Mavis Kaufman. M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Public Health (Sociomedical Sciences) 

Denise Kandel. Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurobiology and Behavior 

Vincent F. Castellucci. B.A., Laval, 1960; B.Sc, 1964; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 
1968 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurochemistry 

Hadassah Tamir. M.S., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1955; Ph.D., Israel Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1959 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Liselotte Graf. M.D., Vienna, 1937 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Ruth Bennett. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

David L. Dunner. A. A., George Washington, 1960; M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 

1965 
Jerrold S. Maxmen. B.A., Wayne State, 1963; M.D., 1967 
Frederic M. Quitkin. B.A., Princeton, 1958; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1962 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychology 

W. Crawford Clark. Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Anke Ehrhardt. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1969 
Jean Endicott. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Rachel Gittelman-Klein. B.A., City College of New York, 1957; Ph.D., Columbia, 
1966 

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychopharmacology 

James M. Perel. Ph.D., New York University, 1964 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Paul A. Bradlow. M.D., Hahnemann, 1946 

Richard G. Druss. B.A., Yale, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Gloria Faretra. M.D., Georgetown, 1952 

Richard A. Gardner. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1956 

Rodman Gilder, Jr. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Stanley Heller. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Winslow R. Hunt. B.A., Chicago, 1946; M.A., 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1958 



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Alexander N. Levay. M.D., Rochester, 1957 

Robert S. Liebert. B.S., Syracuse, 1951; M.A., Clark, 1956; M.D., New York 

University, 1960 
Mary C. MacKay. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1959 

Donald I. Meyers. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1946; M.D., Jefferson, 1950 
Helen C. Meyers. B.A., Hunter, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 
John F. O'Connor. B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York, 1952 
Ethel Person. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 
Seymour Post. M.D., New York University, 1947 
Daniel Shapiro. M.D., Illinois, 1945 

Leonard M. Sheehy. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., McGill, 1968 
Henry I. Spitz. B.A., Lafayette (Pennsylvania), 1961; M.D., New York Medical 

College, 1965 
Ralph N. Wharton. M.D., Columbia, 1957 

Associate Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

Kenneth Frank. M.S., Columbia, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 
Heino F.L. Meyer-Bahlburg. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1970 

Associate Clinical Professors of Psychiatric Social Work 

Bluma Swcrdloff . D.S.W., Columbia, 1960 
Winifred Winikus. M.S., Columbia, 1949 

Assistant Professors 

Craig H. Bailey (also Anatomy). B.A., Lehigh, 1967; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., 1973 
Samuel M. Schacher (also Biochemistry). B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 

1976 
Klaudiusz Weiss (also Biochemistry) (in Dentistry). M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State 

University of New York (Stony Brook), 1973 

Assistant Professors of Biochemistry 

George Alexander. B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 
Herbert L. Meltzer. B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 

Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology 

Thomas J. Carew. M.A., California (Riverside), 1967; Ph.D., 1970 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Gregory Asnis. B.S., Dickinson College, 1968; M.D., Hahnemann, 1972 

Miron Baron. M.D., Tel Aviv, 1972 

Jerry Finkel. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

David V. Forrest. B.A., Princeton, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

Laurence L. Greenhill. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967 

Kenneth Greenspan. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1963 

Frederick Kass. B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 

Michael R. Liebowitz. B.A., Yale, 1965; M.D., 1969 

Joaquim Puig-Antich. B.A., LaSalle Bonanova (Spain), 1960; M.D., Barcelona 

(Spain), 1967 
Ronald O. Rieder. B.A., Harvard, 1964; M.D., 1968 



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Lawrence Sharpe. D.P.M., London, 1961 

Andrew Skodol. B.A., Yale, 1967; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1971 

Bernard T. Walsh. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

Daniel T. Williams. B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Cornell, 1969 

Stuart C. Yudofsky. B.A., New York University, 1966; M.D., Baylor, 1970 

Philip Zeidenburg. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Judith V. Becker. M.S., Eastern Washington State, 1968; Ph.D., Southern Mississippi, 
1975 

Miriam Cohen. B.A., Michigan, 1961; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 

Donald J. Dillon. Ph.D., Fordham, 1955 

Kenneth A. Frank. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Donald E. Hutchings (also Pediatrics). Ph.D., Columbia, 1965 

Maureen Kanzler. B.A., Hunter, 1938; M.A., New York University, 1940; M.S., 
Hunter, 1959; Ph.D., Fordham, 1967 

Stephen E. Karpiak. Ph.D., Fordham, 1972 

Dennis D. Kelly. Ph.D., Columbia, 1966 

Dolores Kreisman. B.A., Barnard, 1953; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 

Cornells Stokman. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Klaudiusz Weiss. M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State University of New York (Stony- 
brook), 1973 

Stuart C. Yudofsky. B.A., New York University, 1965; M.D., Baylor, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Social Work 

Janet B. Williams. B.S., Tufts, 1969; M.S., Southeastern Massachusetts, 1972; 
M.S.W., Columbia, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Social Sciences 

Alexander Askenazy. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

Muriel Hammer. Ph.D., Columbia, 1961 

Carol C. Schwartz. B.S., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., Yale, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 

Nettie Terestman. M.S. W., Columbia, 1940; D.S. W., 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Morton J. Aronson. B.A., Temple, 1944; M.D., 1947 
Athanasia Balkoura. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Amiram Barkai. M.Sc, Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1963; Ph.D., 1970 
Leah Beck. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1943 
Christian C. Beels. B.A., Rochester, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1963 
Anne E. Bernstein. B.A., Barnard, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Paul F. Califano. B.A., Adelphi, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1954 
Robert J. Campbell. M.D., Columbia, 1948 

Ian Alberto Canino. B.S., Georgetown, 1966; M.D., Puerto Rico, 1970 
William J. Chambers. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Tufts, 1972 
Harvey R. Chertoff. B.A., Columbia, 1962; M.D., Einstein, 1966 
Max P. Cohen. M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Louise Coleman. M.D., Southern California, 1948 



110 PSYCHIATRY 



Francine Cournos. B.S., City College (New York), 1967; M.D., New York University, 

1971 
DeWitt L. Crandell. M.D., Arkansas, 1955 
Barbara H. De Betz. M.D., Miami, 1970 
Zira De Fries. M.D., New York Medical College, 1942 
Olga Diz-Pi. B.S., Havana, 1953; M.D., Salamanca (Spain), 1964 
Robert M. Elvolve. B.A., Michigan, 1962; M.D., Chicago, 1966 
James W. Flax. B.A., Antioch, 1971; M.D., Minnesota, 1974 
Bruce Forester. B.A., Dartmouth, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 
Eugene A. Friedberg. M.D., Buffalo, 1958 

Bimalendu Ganguly. M.B., B.S., Calcutta Medical College (India), 1964 
Lee R. Gardner. B.A., Barnard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 
Myron R. Gershberg. B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.A., 1956; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 
Richard J. Glavin. B.A., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Rochester, 1955 
Ana B. Glick. B.A., Bennington, 1958; M.D., New York Medical College, 1963 
Robert Glick. B.A., Yale, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Edwin Goldstein (in Pediatrics). B.A., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 
Charles Goodstein. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1962 
Jerome D. Goodman. M.D., Pennsylvania, 1959 
Gary J . Grad . B.A., Illinois, 1 969; M.D., 1 965 

Rose Hartmann. B.A., New York University, 1937; M.D., Woman's Medical, 1945 
Steven E. Hyler. B.A., New York University, 1971; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1975 
David Iverson. B.A., Rochester, 1963; M.D., Boston, 1968 
David Jaf f e . M.D., Jefferson, 1 950 

Frank S. Jewett. B.A., Yale, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
Lila J . Kalinich . B.A., North western, 1 966; M.D., 1 969 
Neil B. Kavey. B.A., Princeton, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Peter Laderman. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; M.D., New York 

Medical College, 1947 
Frederick Lane. B.A., Cornell, 1949; M.D., Yale, 1953 
Norman D. Lazar. M.D., Louisville, 1948 
Burton Lerner. B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Steven J. Levitan. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., Buffalo, 1965 
Henry L. McCurtis. B.S., Texas Southern, 1968; M.D., Stanford, 1974 
Eric R. Marcus (also Social Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Wisconsin, 1969 
Frederick Mendelsohn. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Stanford, 1958 
Michael Milano. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1964 
Bobba Jean Moody. B.A., Hunter, 1964; M.S. W., Fordham, 1968 
Robert S. Mumford. M.D., McGill, 1943 

Jaime Nos. M.P.H., Columbia, 1975; M.D., Valencia (Spain), 1967 
Louis Padovano. B.S., Georgetown, 1952; M.D., 1956 
Robert P. Parkin. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1950 
David Peretz. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1954; M.A., Columbia, 1955; 

M.D., New York University, 1959 
Kathryn F. Prescott. M.D., New York University, 1950 
Boris Rubinstein. B.A., Colegio Israelita (Mexico City), 1961; M.D., Nacional (Mexico), 

1970; M.P.H., Harvard, 1974 
Irene B. Seeland. M.D., Heidelberg, 1965 
Edward M. Shelley. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1964 
Charles Siegal. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1958 
Frieda H. Spady. B.S., Columbia, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 
Jerome Steiner. B.A., Chicago, 1949; M.A., 1951; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1962 



PSYCHIATRY 111 



Jonathan W. Stewart. B.A., Swarthmore, 1967; M.D., Yale, 1971 

Kenneth G. Terkelsen. B.A., Georgetown, 1965; M.D., Jefferson, 1969 

Gloria M. Warner. M.D., New York, 1959 

Martin Weiler. B.A., Syracuse, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Chicago Medical 

School, 1954 
Josef H. Weissberg. M.S., Albany Medical College, 1952 
George H. Wilkie. M.D., Harvard, 1957 



Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Health 

Judith Rabkin. B.A., Wellesley, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1967; M.P.H., 
Columbia, 1974 



Assistant Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

Irwin Mansdorf. M.A., Adelphi, 1973; Ph.D., 1976 

Letty Munz. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., College of the City of New York, 
1952; Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 



Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatric Social Work 

Susan Matorin. B.A. Vassar, 1964; M.S.W., Columbia, 1966 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Syed Abdullah, M.D. 
Harry D. Albert, M.D. 
John Atchley, M.D. 
Burton August, M.D. 
Stephen Bennett, M.D. 
Stanley Coen, M.D. 
Leonard Diamond, M.D. 
Gerald I. Fogel, M.D. 
Alvin J. Glick, M.D. 
Ivan Goldberg, M.D. 
Gurston Goldin, M.D. 
Gregory Heimarck, M.D. 
Milton Lee, M.D. 
Leo Lefer, M.D. 
Naomi Leiter, M.D. 
Stanley Lituchy, M.D. 
Virginia Lozzi, M.D. 
Ira L. Mintz, M.D. 
Philip R. Muskin, M.D. 
M. Bruce Sarlin, M.D. 
Gerda Striker, M.D. 
Ann R. Turkel, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Samuel W. Anderson, 

Ph.D. 
David P. Birkett, M.D., 

B.Ch. 
Richard L. Blumenthal, 

Ph.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
{continued) 

Melinda Broman, Ph.D. 
Diana C. Cook 
Barbara Ann Cornblatt 
Richard S. Feldman, M.D. 
Anita K. Fischer, Ph.D. 
David Friedman 
Maria Janena Hurwic, 

M.D. 
Mitchell L. Kietzman, 

M.D. 
Morton Levitt, Ph.D. 
Yvonne Marcuse 
John Nee 

Arthur S. Perumey 
Stephanie Portnoy 
Neil J. Risch 
Kurt Salzinger, Ph.D. 
Suzanne Salzinger, M.D. 
David Wilder, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Sahebarao P. Mahadik, 

Ph.D. 
A.S. Perumal, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Peter Aldin, M.D. 
Ilena L. Appleby, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Anne Bartlett, M.D. 
Robinette N. Bell, M.D. 
Raymond Bernick, M.D. 
Herbert Bichovsky, 

M.S.W. 
Stanley Bone, M.D. 
Abraham A. Bridger, M.D. 
Sydney C. Bush, M.D. 
Leon Chattah, M.D. 
Daniel Elliott Cohen, M.D. 
Frances Cohen, M.D. 
Tecla Linda Critelli, M.S. 
Dominick De Fabio, M.D. 
Paul S. Ducker, M.D. 
Katherine Falk, M.D. 
Abby Joy Fyer, M.D. 
lona H. Ginsburg, M.D. 
Madeiyn S. Gould, M.P.H. 
Wilma Marsha Harrison, 

M.D. 
Myra S. Hatterer, M.D. 
Michelle L. Hirsch, M.D. 
Joel S. Hoffman, M.D. 
Martin J. Hoffman, M.S. 
Arthur R. Jacobs, M.D. 
Roberta Jaeger, M.D. 
Stanislaw P. Jonas, M.D. 
Bonnie Kaufman, M.D. 
Thomas Kramjac, M.D. 
Richard A. Kresch, M.D. 



112 PSYCHIATRY 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

David Barry Leibow, M.D. 
David Y. Levine, M.D. 
Peter C. Martindale, M.D. 
Brian L. Maruffi, M.A. 
Patricia J. McGrath, Jr. 
David D. Olds, M.D. 
Patricio R. Paez. M.D. 
Jeffrey M. Pines, M.D. 
Leslie Lynne Powers, 

M.D. 
Phyllis B. Robbins, M.D. 
Steven Paul Roose, M.D. 
Lyle E. Rosnick, M.D. 
Arnold Rothstein, M.D. 
Robert SantuUi, M.D. 
David P. Schiebel, M.D. 
Karl John Schroeder, 

M.D. 
Jonathan R. Schwartz, 

M.D. 
Thomas E. Sedlock, M.D. 
Beth June Seelig, M.D. 
Samuel Simmens, M.A. 
Lawrence Shaderowfsky, 

M.D. 
Michael Shostak, M.D. 
Linda J. Skinner, M.D. 
Marjorie Jane Smith, M.D. 
Gloria Jean Stern, M.D. 
Fay Stetner 
Alan J. Tuckman, M.D. 
Stephen G. Underwood, 

M.D. 
Hector Oswaldo Varas, 

M.D. 
David J. Weiser, M.D. 
Richard W. Weiss, M.D. 
Thomas J. Yager, M.D. 
Beth K. Yudofsky 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 
Susan Cohen, Ph.D. 
Richard P. Cressen, Ph.D. 
Patricia Ann O'Connor, 

Ph.D. 
Michael Seth Quittman, 

Ph.D. 
Linda J. Skinner, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL 

WORK 

Eleanor F. Smyth, M.S.W. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 

Carla Daichman, M.S.W. 
Patricia Fink, M.S.W. 
Miriam Gibson, M.S.W. 
Elizabeth Golden, M.S.W. 
Jill Gitlin Jones, M.S.W. 
Ann C. Walton-Kantzler 
Sally Lord, M.S.W. 
Jill Stutz 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Bruce Y. Bleecker, M'.D. 
Susan Braiman, M.D. 
Charles Carluccio, M.D. 
Doris M. Mortenson, M.D. 
Esther Ridder, M.D. 
Barbara C. Sacco, R.N. 
Marilyn Sande-Friedman, 

M.D. 
Charles Shatlenkirk, M.D. 
Rishon Stember, M.D. 
Grace C.K. Sum, M.D. 
Nestor J. Totero, M.D. 
Abram Zevy, M.S. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Alfreda H. Howard, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Laura Lee Dean, B.A. 
Joan Layton, M.A. 
Mary W. Masland, M.S. 
Margaret Shannon 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Viola W. Bernard, M.D. 
John A. Cook, M.D. 
Katrina De Hirsch, B.A. 
Marjorie H. Frank 
Olga Frankel, M.D. 
Murray Glusman, M.D. 
George Goldman, M.D. 
Soil Goodman, M.D. 
George A. Jervis, M.D. 
Henriette R. Klein, M.D. 
Lawrence C. Kolb, M.D. 
Bernard Pacella, M.D. 
Helen Schucman, M.D. 
Herbert Spiegel, M.D. 
Leo Srole, Ph.D. 
Alberta Szalita, M.D. 
Exie E. Welsch, M.D. 
Joseph Zubin, M.D. 



LECTURERS 

Kenneth Z. Altshuler, 

M.D. 
Jacob A. Arlow, M.D. 
Stuart S. Asch, M.D. 
Bruce Ballard, M.D. 
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. 
Milton M. Berger, M.D. 
Hector Bird, M.D. 
Marion S. Blank, Ph.D. 
Henry Brill, M.D 
Gerar H]E. BrudefT 

larry~?C. Cohen, M. 
Arnold M. Cooper, M.D. 
Paul William DeBell, M.D. 

jwrence D eutsch e 
Samuel L. Feder, M.D. 
Allen Frances, M.D. 
Sheldon Gaylin, M.D. 
Barbara Gillam- 

Lawargren, Ph.D. 
Eugene L. Goldberg, M.D. 
David S. Goldman, M.D. 
Arthur Green, M.D. 
William I. Grossman, 

Ph.D. 
Ernest M. Gruenberg, 
M.D. 

Gad Hakerma, Ph.D. 

Howard F. Hunt, Ph.D. 

Jerome Jaffe, M.D. 

Joel Katz, M.D. 

Steven E. Katz, M.D. 

Otto F. Kernberg, M.D. 

Paulina Kernberg, M.D. 

Erica Loutsch, M.D. 

Abbas Nahas, M.D. 

John M. Oldham, M.D. 

Paul Rosenbaum, M.D. 

Bennett L. Rosner, M.D. 

Franklin D. Russek, M.D. 

Harold Sackeim, Ph.D. 

Michael Sacks, M.P.H. 

Roy Schafer, Ph.D. 

Jonah W. Schein, M.D. 

Jesse Schomer, M.D. 

Jay Schulman, M.D. 

Gerri Ellen Schwartz, 
Ph.D. 

Bonnie Jean Spring, Ph.D. 

Leo Stone, M.D. 

Milton Viederman, M.D. 

Martin S. WiUick, M.D. 

Sheldon Zimberg, M.D. 



PSYCHIATRY 113 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Harvey Gurian. M.D., Toronto, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

John E. Denny. Ph.D., Massachusetts, 1971 

Charles J. Hudson. B.A., Princeton, 1959; M.D., McGill, 1963 

Charles W. Lamb. Ph.D., Ohio State, 1966 

Associates in Clinical Psychiatry 

Peter M. Johngren, M.D. 
Eugene J. Pilek, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

Virginia N. Wilking. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Gladys Egri. M.D., Madrid, 1955; M.S., Columbia, 1965 

William A. Ellis, Jr. B.S., Howard, 1960; M.D., 1965 

Margaret M. Lawrence. B.A., Cornell, 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1940 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Seymour Gers. B.S., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1956 
Emery S. Hetrick. B.A., Ohio State, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1957 
Austin Moore. B.S., Queens, 1955; M.D., Howard, 1959 
Peter H. Schween. M.D., Hamburg, 1955 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Irwin J. Averbach. B.S., Michigan, 1949; M.D., Buffalo, 1954 

Shale Brownstein. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1955; M.D., 1959 
Noble A. Endicott. B.A., Texas, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Jeffrey Hammer. B.A., Adelphi, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1967 
Carol Leal. B.S., Louisiana State, 1963; M.D., Howard, 1967 

Gideon Nachumi. B.S., Columbia, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1958 
Raymond W. Ransom. B.S., Howard, 1962; M.D., 1967 
Raymond Raskin. B.A., New York University, 1942; M.D., 1946 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

PSYCHIATRY PSYCHIATRY j j^^^^^ Lindo, M.D. 

Joseph C. Napoli, M.D. Sumanasiri Alahendra, Sideny M. Lytton M.D 

Pauline E. Thompson, M.B.B.S. Michael V. Osborn, M.D. 

M.D. 



114 PSYCHIATRY 

INSTRUCTORS (continued) INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

Sady Sulton, M.D. PSYCHOLOGY 

Anthony F. Villamena, Carol Garmiza, Ph.D. 

M.D. 
Robert L. Walton, M.D. 

At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lloyd A. Hamilton, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., Harvard, 1954 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY 
Martin V. Hart, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professor 

Harley C. Shands. B.S., Tulane, 1936; M.D., 1939 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Gary Lee Lefer. B.S., Stanford, 1962; M.D., Georgetown, 1966 
Adam Munz. Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

Shepard J. Kantor. B.A., Colby, 1965; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Gail B. Allen. B.A., Wellesley, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 

Frederic A. Ailing. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

Alex Caemmerer, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 

Irene Chiarandini. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1963 

Ralph Colp, Jr. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1948 

Nathaniel Donson. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., New York University, 1962 

John A. Fogelman. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1964 
Leo Kron. M.D., British Columbia, 1971 
Samuel C. Klagsbrun. B.R.E., Jewish Theological Seminary, 1954; B.A., College of 

the City of New York, 1955; M.D., Chicago, 1962 
David M. McDonald. B.S., Oregon, 1945; M.D., Tufts, 1949 
Eugene Mahon. M.D., National (Ireland), 1964 

John A. Milici. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D., Geneva (Switzerland), 1957 
Paul William Nassar. B.A., New York University, 1963; M.D., Rome, 1968 
Kenneth Porter. B.A., Harvard, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1969 
Harry R. Potter. B.S., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Stephen P. Reibel. B.A., Harvard, 1957; M.D., 1961 
John W. Rosenberger. B.A., Dartmouth, 1956; M.D. CM., McGill, 1960 
Sirgay Sanger. B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D., 1960 
George Satran. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 



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Robert D. Scharf. B.S., Union, 1966; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1970 

Ira B. Silverstein. B.A., Princeton, 1960; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1964 

Richard C. Wallace. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

Howard K. Welsh. B.S., City College (New York), 1966; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1971 

Harvey L. White. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., New York Medical College, 1964 

C. Philip Wilson. B.A., Yale, 1942; M.D., Columbia, 1945 



Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology 

James D. Meltzer. B.A., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., New York University, 1973 
Arthur Weider. Ph.D., New York University, 1946 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRY 

William H. Brownlee, 

M.D. 
Lucy E. Collins, M.D. 
Blanche Glass, Ph.D. 
Justin L. Greene, M.D. 
Sonia W. Hyman, M.D. 
Martin I. Lubin, M.D. 
Arthur M. Perlman, M.D. 
Harry Reiss, M.D. 
Barbara R. Rosenfeld, 

M.D. 
Mitchell S. Rosenthal, 

M.D. 
Diane L. Stone, M.D. 
William M. Tucker, M.D. 
William D. Wheat, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Alma Levinson, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRY 

Savador Eduoardo Algaze, 

M.D. 
Cyrus Aroomloui, M.D. 
Michael E. Barberie, M.D. 
Charles Lee Bell, M.D. 
Kenneth M. Berc, M.D. 
Arlene C. Caldwell, M.D. 
Victor D'Arc, M.D. 
Paolo Decina, M.D. 
Leonard Deutsch, M.D. 
Laura Duval, M.D. 
Osvaldo J. Evangelista, 

M.D. 
Harold H. Fogelman, M.D. 
Joanne Leslie Foster, 

M.D. 
Stephen C. Glassberg, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Maurice Haberman, M.D. 
Charles L. Ihlenfeld, M.D. 
Charles G. Jackson, Jr., 

M.D. 
David K. Jordan, M.D. 
Willard S. Kahn, M.D. 
Jerome Edward Kaufman, 

M.D. 
Robert J. Kent, M.D. 
Daniel Koblentz, M.D. 
liana Kochen, M.D. 
Woon Soon Lee, M.D. 
Ernesto Lozano, M.D. 
James M. McGowan 
Enrique Madrigal-Segura, 

M.D. 
James L. Maher, M.D. 
Henry Clay Mallard, M.D. 
Donald Mayerson, M.D. 

Howard Millman, M.D. 
Jeffry R. Nurenberg, M.D. 

Henry A. Paul, M.D. 

Michael A. Pawel, M.D. 

Antonio G. Pena, M.D. 

Michael Piercy, M.D. 

Arthur S. Piatt, D.O. 

Ellen M. Piatt, M.D. 

Henry A. Remet, M.D. 

Corey Nyles Rigberg, 
M.D. 

Jeffrey H. Sacks, M.D. 

Ranja Katerina Schilot, 
M.D. 

Christina M. Sekaer, 
M.D. 

Barry L. Singer, M.D. 

William G. Sommer, M.D. 

Melvin L. Thrash, M.D. 

Joel Tricarico, M.D. 

Martha C. Troutman, 
M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Maria L.C. Velez, M.D. 
Alexander V. 

Voitashevsky, M.D. 
Joel Wallack, M.D. 
David S. Weinberger, 

M.D. 
Olin West, M.D. 
Irma Zelig, M.D. 
Rev. Barry G. Wood 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 
Robert A. Cutick, Ph.D. 
Andrew B. Druch, Ph.D. 
James D. Meltzer, Ph.D. 
Ruth W. Mollod, Ph.D. 
Joan Schaeffer, Ph.D. 
Roy Shapiro, Ph.D. 
Michael Stern, M.A. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Hanne E. Favelukes, M.D. 
Gregory Fischer, M.D. 
Shirin Ghaemma-Ghami 
Edward E. Gilmour, M.D. 
Joel Gonchar, M.D. 
Alan Kouzmanoff, M.D. 
Reed C.E. Moskowitz, 

M.D. 
Andrzej Nikonorow, M.D. 
Keith Sedlacek, M.D. 
David Z. Starr, M.D. 
Victor Syrmis, M.D. 
Charles F. Yackulic, M.D. 

LECTURER 
Wayne A. Myers 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
John Cotton, M.D. 
Lilli C. Shalsa, M.D. 



116 PUBLIC HEALTH 



Public Health 

Delamar Professor, Dean, and Chairman 

Robert J. Weiss (also Medicine) (also Psychiatry). B.A., George Washington, 1947; 
M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Biostatistics 

Professors 

Joseph L. Fleiss. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.S., 1961; Ph.D., 1967 

John Van Ryzin. B.S., Marquette, 1957; M.S., 1959; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1964 

Adjunct Professor 

Carl H. Erhardt. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1941; M.P.A., New York 
University, 1957; M.S., Harvard, 1958; D.Sc, 1962 

Associate Professor 

Agnes P. Berger. Ph.D., Budapest, 1939; M.A., Columbia, 1944 

Senior Research Associates 

Neal W. Chilton. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; D.D.S., New York 

University, 1943; M.P.H., Columbia, 1946 
Allen S. Ginsberg (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.M.E., Cornell, 

1958; M. I.E., 1959; Ph.D., Stanford, 1970 

Assistant Professors 

Robert R. Golden. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1960; M.S., Oregon State, 

1963; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1976 
Bruce Levin (Mathematical Statistics). B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.A., Harvard, 1972; 

Ph.D., 1974 
Patrick E. Shrout (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., St. Louis, 1972; Ph.D., Chicago, 

1976 
Sylvan Wallenstein. B.S., City College, 1966; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Sol Blumenthal. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955; M.B.A., New York 

University, 1958; Ph.D., New School for Social Research, 1969 
Joseph Breuer. M.D., Vienna, 1937; M.P.H, Columbia, 1960; M.S., 1962; Ph.D., 

1969 
Turkan K. Gardenier. B.A., Vassar, 1961; M.A., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., 1966 
Donald C. Ross. B.A., Rochester, 1955; M.A., North Carolina, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

INSTRUCTORS RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Carol A. Bodian, M.S. Jennie K. Kline, Ph.D. (in the Sergievsky 

Frieda Nelson, B.A. Center) 

Alex Tytun, M.S. Molly Park, M.A. 

Robert A. Strauss, M.D. 

Livia R. Turgeon, M.S. 



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Environmental Health Sciences 

Professor 

I. Bernard Weinstein (also Medicine) (in the Cancer Center). B.S., Wisconsin, 1952; 
M.D., 1955 

Associate Professors 

Dezider Grunberger (also Biochemistry) (in the Institute of Cancer Research). M.Sc, 
Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; Ph.D., Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 
1956; Sc.D., 1968 

Jeanne M. Stillman. B.S., City College, 1968; Ph.D., 1972 

Senior Research Associate 

Granville H. Sewell. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; Ph.D., 1966 

Assistant Professor 

Alan M. Jeffrey. B.S., Hull (UK), 1966; Ph.D., University College of North Wales 
(UK), 1970 

ASSOCIATE 

Michael Gochfeld, M.D. 

Epidemiology 

Professors 

Bruce P. Dohrenwend (also Psychiatry). B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.A., 1951; Ph.D., 

Cornell, 1955 
Zena A. Stein (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Cape Town, 1941; M.A., 1942; M.B., 

B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1950 
Mervyn W. Susser (Director, Sergievsky Center). M.B., B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South 

Africa), 1950 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner. B.A., Harvard, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 

Adjunct Professors 

Peter Greenwald. B.A., Colgate, 1957; M.D., State University of New York, 1961; 

M.P.H., Harvard, 1967; Dr.P.H, 1974 
Wolf Szmuness. M.D., Kharkov Medical Institute (USSR), 1 955; D.Med.Sc, Academy 

of Medicine (Lublin, Poland), 1964 

Associate Professors 

Mary G. Curnen. M.D., Louvain (Belgium), 1948; D.T.M., Antwerp (Belgium), 1949; 

Dr. P.H., Columbia, 1972 
David Rush (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Elmer F. Struening. B.S., Hastings, 1949; M.S., Purdue, 1951; Ph.D., 1957 



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Adjunct Associate Professors 

Patricia Cohen. B.A., HamJine, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1968 
Holger H. Hansen (in the Sergievsky Center). M.D., Freie Universitat (German 
Federal Republic), 1961; M.P.H., Columbia, 1967; Dr.P.H., 1973 

Senior Research Associates 

Lillian M. Belmont. B.A., Brooklyn, 1947; M.A., College of the City of New York, 
1949; Ph.D., New York University, 1957; M.S., Columbia, 1970 

Inge F. Goldstein. B.A., Wellesley, 1951; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1956; M.S., Columbia, 
1968 

Assistant Professors 

Ora S. Fagan. B.A., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1961; M.S.W., California (Berkeley), 1965; 

D.S.W., 1973 
Nigel S. Paneth (also Pediatrics) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; 

M.D., Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Stephen Shafer (also Neurology) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; 

M.D., Columbia, 1970; M.P.H., 1977 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Ann B. Goodman. B.A., Radcliffe, 1953; M.A., George Washington, 1963; M.S., 

Columbia, 1972 
Paul S. May. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1951; M.S., Syracuse, 1952; 

D.Sc, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1955; M.P.H., Columbia, 1970 
Judith Rabkin. B.A., Wellesley, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1967; M.P.H., 

Columbia, 1979 

Health Administration 

Professors 

Lowell E. Bellin. B.S., Yale, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1951; M.P.H., Harvard, 1964 
Lucie S. Kelly (also Nursing). B.S.N., Pittsburgh, 1947; M.Litt., 1957; Ph.D., 1965 
Frank W. van Dyke (Administrative Medicine). B.A., Union (Schenectady), 1939; 

M.S., Columbia, 1954 
Samuel Wolfe. M.D., Toronto, 1950; M.P.H., Columbia, 1960; Dr.P.H, 1961 

Adjunct Professors 

Arne C. V. Barkhuus (Public Health Practice). B.A., Copenhagen, 1926; M.D., 1933; 

D.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1938 
Joseph V. Terenzio. B.A., Yale, 1939; J.D., Fordham, 1947; M.S., Columbia, 1954 

Associate Professors 

Bernard Challenor. B.A., Hunter, 1957; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1961; M.P.H., Harvard, 1963 
Noreen M. Clark. B.S., Utah, 1965; M.A., Columbia, 1972; Ph.D., 1976 



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Bruce Vladeck (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Harvard, 1970; 
M.A., Michigan, 1972; Ph.D., 1973 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Harold Fruchtbaum (History and Philosophy of Public Health). B.C.E., New York 

University, 1955; M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1956; Ph.D., Harvard, 

1964; M.A., Cambridge, 1968 
Lloyd F. Novick. B.A., Colgate, 1961; M.D., New York University, 1965; M.P.H., 

Yale, 1971 
Irving S. Shapiro (Public Health Education). B.S., College of the City of New York, 

1938; M.S., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1954 

Senior Research Associate 

Regina Loewenstein (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Barnard, 
1936; M.A., Columbia, 1937 

Assistant Professors 

Melanie C. Dreher. B.S., Long Island, 1967; Ph.D., Columbia, 1977 

Fred Goldman. B.A., Queens, 1967; M.A., Brown, 1970; Ph.D., City College, 1975 

Harriet S. Goldman (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., New York University, 1962; 

D.D.S., 1965; M. P. H., Columbia, 1966 
Sheila A. Gorman. B.S., R.N., Niagara, 1959; M.P.H., Columbia, 1972 
Marcia L. Pinkett-Heller. B.A., Howard, 1963; M.P.H., Michigan, 1970 
Judith A. Richman. B.A., Rutgers, 1971; M.A., Columbia, 1974; M.Phil., 1975; 

Ph.D., 1978 
Stephen N. Rosenberg. B.A., Cornell, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967; M.P.H., 

Harvard, 1969 
Ralph Joseph Ullman. B.A., Cornell, 1970; M.B.A., Rochester, 1972; M.S., 1979 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Raymond S. Alexander. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.B.A., 1954; M.S., Columbia, 

1956 
Anita Stiles Curran. B.A., Connecticut, 1951; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1955; M.P.H., Columbia, 1974 
William H. Hermann. B.S., Missouri, 1951; M.S., Yale, 1953 
Henry R. Karpe. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.S., Wisconsin, 

1972 
Nicetas H. Kuo (Public Health Practice). M.D., Philippines, 1941; M.P.H., Columbia, 

1953 
W. David Latham. B.S., Stanford, 1966; M.B.A., 1968 
Francis C. Lindaman. B.A., Gettysburg, 1935; M. A., 1936 
William L. Nute, Jr. B.A., Swarthmore, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1943 
Percival B. Phillips (Public Health Practice). B.A., San Francisco State, 1954; M.A., 

1956; Ed.D., Columbia, 1965 
Eleanore Rothenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1955; M.P.A., New York University, 1969; 

Ph.D., 1975 
Esther A. Schisa (Public Health Practice). B.S., Syracuse, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 

1955 
Sheila M. Smythe. B.S., Creighton, 1952; M.S., Columbia, 1956 
Boris A. Vanadzin. M.D., Munich, 1955; M.P.H., California (Berkeley), 1959 



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RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Everett D. Hines, M.S. Ruth Haase, M.A. 

Margaret L. Haynes, 
INSTRUCTORS M P H 

Stephen Banks, M.A. Steven Karten, M.B.A. 

Peter D. Bardax, J.D. Dulcy B. Miller, M.S. 

Barbara S. Cooper, M.D. Thomas A. Sherwood, 
Catherine D. Crone, M.D. M.P.H. 

Michael Goldfarb, M.S. Virginia K. Stowe, M.S. 

Population and Family Health 

Professor 

Allan G. Rosenfield (also Obstetrics and Gynecology) (Director, Center for Population 
and Family Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Associate Professors 

Giorgio R. Solimano (in the Institute of Human Nutrition). M.D., Chile, 1960 
Nicholas Cunningham (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1955; Dr. P.H., 1976 
Susan G. Philliber. B.A., Florida State, 1965; M.S., 1966; Ph.D., 1968 
John A. Ross (in IISHR). B.A., Ottawa, 1956; M.A., Yale, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

John Bongaarts. M.S., Eindhoven Institute of Technology, 1968; Ph.D., Illinois, 1972 
Thomas Frejka. Engineer, Czechoslovak Academy oi Sciences, 1966 

Senior Research Associate 

Walter B. Watson. B.A., Southern Methodist, 1953; M.S., Wisconsin, 1954; Ph.D., 
1959 



Assistant Professors 

Katherine F. Darabi. B.A., Syracuse, 1969; M.F., Columbia, 1975; M.Phil., 1977; 

Ph.D., 1980 
Martin E. Gorosh. B.A., Brooklyn, 1959; M.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1969; Dr.P.H, 

1973 
Stephen L. Isaacs. B.A., Brown, 1961; J.D., Columbia, 1965 
Judith E. Jones. B.A., Hunter, 1956 
Pearilla Rothenberg. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1970; M.Phil., Columbia, 1974; Ph.D., 

1976 
William A. Van Wie. B.A., College of Wooster, 1961; B.D., Pittsburgh Seminary, 

1964; M.P.H, North Carolina, 1968; Dr. P.H., 1974 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Joy G. Dryfoos. B.A., Antioch, 1951; M.A., Sarah Lawrence, 1966 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR 

Henry G. Elkins, Jr., Ph.D. Marjorie A. Costa, M.P.H. 



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Sociomedical Sciences 

Professors 

Barbara Dohrenwend. B.A., Wellesley, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1948; Ph.D., 1954 
Jack Elinson. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., George Washington, 
1946; Ph.D., 1954 

Associate Professors 

John L. Colombotos. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.A., 1952; Ph.D., Michigan, 1961 
Denise B. Kandel (in Psychiatry). B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1952; M.A., Columbia, 1953; 
Ph.D., 1960 

Senior Research Associates 

Ann F. Brunswick. B.A, Hunter, 1946; M.A., Clark, 1947 

Paul W. Haberman. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1948; M.B.A., New York University, 1961 
Eric Josephson. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1949; Ph.D., 
1959 

Assistant Professor 

Sally Guttmacher. B.S., Wisconsin, 1963 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Sciences 

Carol C. Schwartz. B.S., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., Yale, 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Margery M. Braren. B.A., Barnard, 1961; M.A., Columbia, 1963; Ph.D., 1971 
Mitchell Schorow (Medical Education). B.A., Roosevelt, 1950; M.A., Northwestern, 
1961; Ph.D., Utah, 1971 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Stanley Fisher, M.S. 
Corinne Kirchner, M.Phil. 
Athilia E. Siegmann, M.S. 
Anne S. Zanes, Ph.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Lambros Comitas, Ph.D. 



Tropical Medicine 

Professors 

Michael Katz (also Pediatrics). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 
Roger W. Williams (Medical Entomology). B.S., Illinois, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 

Columbia, 1947 



Associate Professors 

Philip A. D'Alesandro (Parasitology). B.S., Rutgers, 1952; M.S., 1954; Ph.D., Chica- 
go, 1958 



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Dickson D. Despommier (Parasitology). B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1962; M.S., Colum- 
bia, 1964; Ph.D., Notre Dame, 1967 



Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ashton C. Cuckler (Parasitology). B.A., Nebraska, 1935; M.A., 1936; Ph.D., Minneso- 
ta, 1941 
John D. Frame. B.A, Wheaton, 1938; M.D., Northwestern, 1943 



Assistant Professor 

Suzanne Holmes (Parasitology). B.A., New York University/, 1966; Ph.D., Rutgers, 
1974 

INSTRUCTORS 

Martin G. Blechman, M.D. 

Chung C. Wang, M.D. 



Faculty Members Not Affiliated with 
Specific Divisions 

Professor 

Sami A. Hashim (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Beirut, 1950; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., 
Harvard, 1955 

Adjunct Professor 

Myron Brin (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Cornell, 1947; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., 
Harvard, 1951 

Assistant Professor of Anthropology 

Robert J. Wasserstrom. B.A., Harvard, 1970; M.A., 1973; Ph.D., 1977 

Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Lois Arlene Grau. B.S.N. , Marquette, 1968; M.S., Wisconsin, 1976; Ph.D., 1979 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Paul N . Borsky . B.A., Brooklyn, 1 942 

Nicholas Herskovits. B.B.A., Bernard Baruch School of Business and Public Adminis- 
tration, 1963 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Nancy Graham. B.S., Columbia, 1956; M.A., New York University, 1960; M.P.H., 
Columbia, 1972; Dr.P.H, 1976 



Lecturers in All Divisions 



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Kenneth F. Adamec, M.S. 
George H. Adams, M.S. 
Frederick D. Alley, M.D. 
Brenda Breuer, Ph.D. 
Peter Baglio, Sc.M. 
Gary B. Beringer, D.P.H. 
Richard A. Berman, 

M.B.A., M.H.A. 
Marcia J. Cleveland, J.D. 
Roy Brown, M.A. 
Martin Cherkasky, M.D. 
Irene J. Clark, M.P.H. 
Alvin J. Conway, M.S. 
Jean B. Cropper, M.P.H. 
Daniel L. Drosness, 

M.P.H. 
Gary, M. Eidsvold, M.D. 
Rinaldo A. Ferrer, M.D. 
Andrew C. Fleck, M.D. 
Thomas J. Foley, M.S. 
Stephen L. Forstenser, 

M.S. 
Richard C. Friedman, 

M.D. 
Bernard Fuss, M.S. 



Robert Galton, Ph.D. 
Gary Gambuti 
George Goldberg, M.B.A. 
Judith D. Goldberg, Sc.D. 
Edward V. Grant 
Margaret T. Grossi, M.D. 
David Harris, M.D. 
Frank W. Hays, M.B.A. 
Robert E. Heinlein, M.S. 
Donald W. Helbig, M.D. 
E. Geoffrey High, M.S. 
Florence Kavaler, M.D. 
Howard R. Kelman, 

Ph.D. 
John T. Kolody, M.S. 
Bruce G. Link 
Lawrence E. McDevitt, 

B.A. 
Mary C. McLaughlin, M.D. 
Robert Markowitz, M.S. 
John S. Marr, M.P.H. 
Charles H. Meyer, M.S. 
Elaine S. Millner, Ph.D. 
Anthony C. Mustalish, 

M.D. 



Karl E. Nelson, M.S. 
Margaret J. O'Brien, 

M.P.H. 
Donna O'Hare, M.D. 
Jaime OUe, M.D. 
Jean Pakter, M.D. 
Dhun B. Patel, Ph.D. 
Clarence E. Pearson, M.S. 
Richard H. Perry, M.S. 
Olive E. Pitkin, M.D. 
Peter Rogatz, M.D. 
Alan H. Rosenblut, M.B.A. 
Hana Rostain, M.D. 
Harvey Schoenfeld, M.S. 
Joseph Sherber, M.S. 
Elliot J. Simon, M.S. 
Thomas J. G. Tighe, Jr., 

M.P.H. 
Andre A. O. Varma, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Beatrice Mintz, M.D. 
Samuel M. Wishik, M.D. 



Radiology 



Professor and Chairman 

William B. Seaman. M.D. , Harvard, 1941 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

David H. Baker. M.D., Boston, 1951 

Walter E. Berdon. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., 1955 

Chu Huai Chang. M.D., St. John's (Shanghai), 1944 

Zang-Hee Cho (Physics). B.S.. Seoul National (Korea), 1960; M.S., 1962; Ph.D., 

Upsala, 1966 
Kent Ellis. M.D. , Yale, 1950 

Eric J. Hall (Physics). D. Phil., Oxford, 1962; D. Sc, 1978 
Sadek Hilal. M.D., Cairo, 1955 
Harald H. Rossi (Physics). Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 



Professors of Clinical Radiology 

William J. Casarella. B.A., Yale, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1963 
Frieda Feldman. B.A., New York University, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Donald L. King. B.A., Stanford, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Ralph Schlaeger. B.S., Wisconsin, 1942; M.D., 1945 



124 RADIOLOGY 

Adjunct Professors 

Victor P. Bond. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1943; M.D., California (San Francisco), 

1945; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1952 
Simon Larach. Ph.D., Princeton, 1955 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Carmia Borek (also Radiology). B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weizman Institute (Israel), 1967 

Associate Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Thane Asch. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

John H. Austin. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., Yale, 1965 

Rashid Fawwaz. M.D., American (Beirut), 1960; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1968 

Patricia Tretter. B.A., Marquette, 1944; M.D., 1949 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Lawrence A. Shepp. B.S., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1958; M.A., Princeton, 
1960; Ph.D., 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Kevin L. Macken. M.D., National (Ireland), 1947 
Eric C. Martin. M.D., St. Thomas (London), 1967 
Paul Sane. M.D., Bucharest, 1950 

Assistant Professors 

Charles R. Geard. Ph.D., Australian National University, 1973 
Andrew Arthur Maudsley. B.S.C, Nottingham, 1973; Ph.D., 1976 
Richard C. Miller. B.A., Iowa, 1969; M.S., 1972; Ph.D., Iowa, 1976 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Harry Agress, Jr. B.A., Tufts, 1968; M.D., 1972 

Benjamin Bashist. B.S., Brooklyn, 1972; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1975 

Nicholas M. Dzebolo. B.S., Union (Schnectady), 1969; M.D., Hahnemann, 1973 

Peter D. Esser (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Brown, 1961; M.S., Adelphi, 1964; 

Ph.D., 1971 
Elliott Fanchuken. B.A., New York University, 1974; M.D., State University of New 

York (Buffalo), 1975 
Sundara R . Ganti . M. B. B. S. , Guntur Medical College (India), 1 96 7; M.D., 1967 
Richard P. Gold. B.A., Tufts, 1965; M.D., 1969 
David V. Habif, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1970; M.D., Columbia, 1974 
Karen B. Karlson. B.S., City College, 1971; M.D., Columbia, 1975 
Nikitas D. Kessaris (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Emory, 1952; M.S., Harvard, 1953; 

Ph.D., 1966 
Arthur Liskow. B.S., Cincinnati, 1963; M.D., 1967 

Louis E. Schwartz. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1974 
David W. Seldin. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968; M.S., Colorado, 

1970; M.D., New York University, 1975 
Alan J. Silver. B.A., Harvard, 1967; M.D., Rochester, 1973 
Fred C. Van Natta. B.A., California (San Francisco), 1964; M.D., 1968 



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Theodore Sheng-Tao Wang. Ph.D., Maryland, 1964 

Margaret A. Whelan. B.S., St. John's, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1972 



Assistant Professor of Radiation Biology 

Basil V. Worgul. B.S. Miami (Florida), 1969; Ph.D., Vermont, 1974 



Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Bruce J. Biavati (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.A., 1955; Ph.D., 
1964 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

David A. Follett. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Tufts, 1954 

Shelby J. Galloway. B.A., Catawba College, 1961; M.D., Bowman-Gray, 1965 

William M. Griffin. B.S., Notre Dame, 1958; M.D., State University of New 

York (Upstate), 1962 
Harvey L. Hecht. B.A., Amherst, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Steven D. Richman. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 
Robert Silbey. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1955 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Marion H. Biavati, Ph.D. 
Richard P. Bird, Ph.D.. 
Daniel S. J. Choy 
Michael L. Freeman, Ph.D. 
Paul Furcinetti, Ph.D. 
Paul Goldhagen, Ph.D. 
Paul J. Kliauga, Ph.D. 

(Radiation Biophysics) 
Peter M.S. Wai 
Marco Zaider, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
RADIOLOGY 

Barbara Binkert 
Gregory M. Carsen, M.D. 
Edward L. Hedlund 
William H. Perman 
Louis E. Rambler, M.D. 
Robert W. Schultz 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Rudolph Gand 
Herbert Jacobs, B.E.E. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Harry Rodney Hartman. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
RADIOLOGY 

Robert D. Henretig, M.D. 
Jeffrey A. Levy 
Katherine Lloyd 
Peter T. Wright 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Theodore R. Stent. B.A., Talladega, 1944; M.D., Meharry, 1948 



126 RADIOLOGY 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Jeanne Armstrong. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Christopher A. Johnson. B.A., Howard, 1943; M.D., 1947 

Koon Sup Lee. M.D., Catholic Medical College (Seoul), 1967 

Laurencia B. Regalado. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1957 

Headley Scott. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1941; M.D., Howard, 1944 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Yuthana Samroengraja. M.D., Chulalongkorn Hospital Medical School, 1965 
Abdulhamid R. Vazir. M.D., Bombay, 1942 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL RADIOLOGY 
Chomyong K. Charoenkul, M.D. 
Gilles M. Hendrick, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Nathaniel Finby. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Richard D. Kittridge. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Clinical Professors 

Kuo-York Chynn. B.S., National Tung-Chi (Shanghai), 1945; M.D., 1949; M.S., St. 

Louis, 1954 
Virginia Kanick. B.A., Barnard, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Associate Clinical Professors 

John T. Hsu. M.D., National Defense (Taiwan), 1957 

Leonard M. Liegner. B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 

Efthimios C. Spyropoulos. M.D., Athens, 1948 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Jeanne W. Baer. B.S., Connecticut, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

Carol L. Hilfer. B.A., Barnard, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1971 

William I. Shaw. B.A., Washington and Jefferson, 1958; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1962 

Alvaro Vallejo. M.D., Del Valle (Colombia), 1967 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Ina A. Altman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1956; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia, 1960 
Frank M. Dain. B.A., Dartmouth, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1945 
David S. Marsden. Ph.D., Jefferson, 1968 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL RADIOLOGY INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Manoochehr Abiri, M.D. Allan B. Rubin, M.D. 

Cynthia Lee David, M.D. Theodora Serban, M.D. 

Pierre-Alix Haspil, M.D. Peter K. Yeung, M.D. 
Robert A. Phillips, M.D. 

Hi-Jung Pyun, M.D. STAFF associate 

Sabino J. Rizzo, M.D. Morris Hodara, M.S. 
Kenneth T. Rogers 



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Rehabilitation Medicine 

Simon Baruch Professor and Chairman 

John A. Downey. M.D., Manitoba, 1954; D.Phil., Christ Church (Oxford), 1962; 
F.R.C.P. 



At Presbyterian Hospital 



Associate Professor 

Lucien J. Cote (also Neurology). B.S., Vermont, 1951; M.D., 1954 

Associate Professors of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Erwin G. Gonzalez. B.A., Santo Tomas (Manila), 1962; M.D., 1967 
Stanley J. Myers. B.A., New York University, 1957; M.D., State University of New 
York (Downstate), 1961 

Senior Research Associate 

Leon T. Kremzner. Ph.D., Rutgers, 1955 

Assistant Professor 

Larry J. Crawshaw (also Pharmacology). B.A., California, 1964; Ph.D., 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Jonathan R. Moldover. B.A., Trinity (Connecticut), 1970; M.D., Columbia, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Antonio Cocchiarella. M.D., Bari (Italy), 1953 

Francis J. Foca. B.S., Fordham, 1957; M.D., Bologna (Italy), 1966 

Carolina O. McCagg. B.A., Barnard, 1962; M.D., Yale, 1966 

Damyanti G. Moorjani (also Pediatrics). B.S., Bombay, 1953; M.D., Grant (Bombay), 

1957 
Naomi L. Turner. B.A., San Francisco Xavier (Bolivia), 1948; M.D., 1956 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL STAFF ASSOCIATE 

REHABILITATION MEDICINE REHABILITATION MEDICINE Abigail R Evans B A 

Alfred Hess, D.O. Vivenne Katz, M.S. M.D. 

Keith C. Keeler, M.D. Anthony V. Porcelli, M.D. 

(at Morristown Patricia A. Richards, M.D. 

Memorial Hospital) (at Blythedale 

Jay S. Mendelsohn, M.D. Children's Hospital) 

Robert Stone, M.S. 

(at Blythedale 

Children's Hospital) 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Albert D. Anderson (A. David Gurewitsch Professor). B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 
Harvard, 1952 



128 REHABILITATION MEDICINE 

Associate Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Herbert L. Thornhill. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1951; M.D., Howard, 1955 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Yasoma B. Challenor. B.A., Hunter, 1959; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1963 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Lucille C. Gunning (in Pediatrics). B.A., New York University, 1945; M.D., Woman's 
Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1 949 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Wanda Brodzka. M.D., Academy of Medicine (Warsaw), 1954 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 

MEDICINE MEDICINE 

Cecilia Macauley, M.A. Ivan T. Donev, M.D. 

Harriett Minor, M.A. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION Huminado C. Nebab, M.D 

MEDICINE 

Louise Weiss, M.A. 

At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Arun Kuman Bhattacharyyan. Intermediate Sci., Bangabasi (Calcutta), 1950; M.D., 

Nilratan Sirca Medical College (Calcutta), 1955 
Sally Wisely. B.A., Radcliffe, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1967 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Rodolfo L. Reyes. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1952 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION MEDICINE 
Wen-Ling L. Fan, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lucille T. Pai. M.D., Woman's Christian Medical College (Shanghai), 1941 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL REHABILITATION 
MEDICINE 

Ravi Raj Malpe, M.B., B.S. 

Occupational Therapy 

Professor 

Marie Louise Franciscus (director of program). O.T.R., Philadelphia School of Occu- 
pational Therapy, 1937; B.S., Ohio State, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1956 



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Assistant Professor 

Barbara Neuhaus (acting director of program). 
1952; M.A., 1960; Ed.D., 1980 



B.A., Keuka, 1950; O.T.R., Columbia, 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Margaret Ann Brown, M.A. 
Adele Germain, M.S. 
Nedra P. Gillette, M.Ed. 
Schone Pang 
Diane Shapiro, M.A. 
Eleanor V. Shelly, B.S. 
Gordon G. Williamson, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Cheryl Colangelo, M.S. 
Alice Feinberg, M.S. 
Roberta Roth, M.S.W. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Janet Falk-Kessler, M.A. 
Laurelee Hawkins, B.S. 
Frances Brandivein 

Kraver, B. S. 
Patricia A. Miller, M.A. 



Physical Therapy 

Associate Professors 

Ruth Dickinson (acting director of program). B.S., Russell Sage, 1944; M.A., Colum- 
bia, 1947 

Althea M. Jones. B.S., Panzer College of Physical Education, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 
1972 



Assistant Professors 



Bernadette Hecox. 
Thomas J. Schmitz. 
1974 



B.S., Columbia, 1968; M.A., 1973 
B.S., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1972; M.S., Boston, 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Theodore Corbitt, M.A. 
Patricia Sullivan, M.A. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Adrienne F. Bergen, B.A. 
Margaret Beyda, B.S. 
Barbara Hanley, M.S. 
Joseph A. Malloy, B.S. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

Marion Marx, M.A. B.S. 
Georgia Reidel, B.S. 
Kathy A. Sack, B.S. 
Diane Zuck, B.A. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Ann B. Edgar, B.S. 
Pamela Harris, B.S. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

James Kruse, M.S. 
Lindi Oberon, B.S. 
Ann L. Ovellette, B.A. 
Paul Ribera, M.A. 
Joan Smith, B.S. 
Patricia Storjohann, M.A. 
Joan E. Thomas, B.S. 
Karen Tobman, M.A. 
Diane L. Waithe, M.A. 



Surgery 



Valentine Mott Professor and Johnson & Johnson Distinguished 
Professor and Chairman 

Keith Reemtsma. B.S., Idaho State, 1945; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1949 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

R. Peter Altman. B.A., Colgate, 1955; M.S., Rochester, 1958; M.D., New York 

Medical College, 1961 
Frank Gump. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., New York University, 1955 



130 SURGERY 

David V. Habif (Morris and Rose Milstein Professor). B.S., Columbia, 1936; M.D., 

1939 
Mark A. Hardy. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Frederic P. Herter (Hugh Auchincloss Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Robert B. Hiatt. B.S., Wilmington, 1938; M.D., Cincinnati, 1942 
Thomas C. King. B.A., Utah, 1950; M.D., 1954; M.A., Missouri, 1963 
John M. Kinney. B.A., Denison, 1943; M.D., Harvard, 1946 
Thomas J. Krizek. B.S., Marquette, 1954; M.D., 1957; M.A., Yale, 1974 
John B. Price, Jr. M.A., Texas, 1948; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1950 

Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Harold G. Barker. B.A., Utah, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1943 

Frederick O. Bowman, Jr. B.A., North Carolina, 1948; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1952 

Avram M. Cooperman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1960; M.D., Howard, 1965 

Bard Cosman. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1955 

James R. Malm. B.A., Princeton, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Alfred M. Markowitz. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 

1952 
Arthur B. Voorhees, Jr. B.A., Virginia, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Associate Professors 

David Bregman. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1965 
Paul Lo Gerfo. B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1961; M.S., 1963; M.D., State 

University of New York (Upstate), 1967 
Henry M. Spotnitz. B.A., Harvard, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Associate Professor of Pathology 

Nicole Suciu-Foca. B.S., Bucharest (Rumania), 1954; M.S., 1960; Ph.D., 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Joseph A. Buda. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

Carl R. Feind. B.A., Texas, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Kenneth Forde. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Alfred Jaretzki III. B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D.,1944 

Frederick R. Randall. B.S., Howard, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Francis C. Symonds, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Bashir Ahmad Zikria. B.S., George Washington, 1954; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1958 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Robert G. Bertsch. B.A., Carleton, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 

Charles W. Findlay. B.A., Yale, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

David M. Ju. M.D., National Medical College (Shanghai), 1944; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 

1954 
Sven Kister. B.A., Dartmouth, 1955; M.D., Harvard, 1958 
John N. Schullinger. B.A., Princeton, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
Philip D. Wiedel. B.S., Cannes (France), 1934; B.A., Columbia, 1938; M.D., 1941 

Senior Research Associate 

William H. Dobelle. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1964; Ph.D., Utah, 1974 



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Senior Research Associate of Biochemistry 

David Elwyn. B.A., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1950 

Assistant Professors 

Mary H. McGrath. B.A., New Rochelle, 1966; M.D., St. Louis, 1970 
Roman Nowygrod. B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Collin J. Weber. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Irving Goodman. B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 1944 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Ivo p. Janecka. M.D., Charles (Prague), 1965 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Paul H. Gerst. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 1952 

Leif O. Holgersen. B.A., Taylor, 1960; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and 
Dentistry, 1965 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Malayappa Jeevanandam, Ph.D. 
Duncan L. McCoUester, Ph.D. 
Shanta M. Modak, M.D., Ph.D. 
Ben T. Sandler, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Vincent W. Ansanelli, M.D. 
Robert G. Blabey, M.D. 
Harold M. Bruck, M.D. 
Sherman M. Bull, M.D. 
Leslie Mark Kutscher, M.D. 
Mark David Sherman, M.D. 
Charles A. Slanetz, M.D. 
George J. Todd, M.D. 
James S. Todd, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Jerome Martin Dubroff 
George B. Haasler 
Hiroshi Hasheguchi, M.D. 
German Lipovetsky 
Rita Lipton, B.A. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Narihito Kuromoto 
Esther Meyer, M.A. 
Kazunari Satake 
Tadahiro Taguchi 
Yoshi Takeda 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
William A. Gardner, M.D. 
Raffaele Lattes, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Shivaji B. Bhonslay, M.D. 

George Escher, M.D. 

WRITER-INRESIDENCE 
Harry Schwartz, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

David A. Blumenstock. B.A., Union (Schenectady), 1949; M.D., Cornell, 1953 



132 SURGERY 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Rodman D. Carter (in Urology). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
John E. Olson. B.A., Kansas, 1953; M.D., 1956 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Surgery 

James Bordley IV. B.A., Yale, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

Patrick Allen Dietz. B.A., Holy Cross, 1966; B.M. Sci., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., 

Harvard, 1970 
Roger W. MacMillan III. B.S., Trinity, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Edward J. Carey, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 

Webster J. Stayman. B.S., St. Lawrence, 1966; M.D., Jefferson Medical College, 
1970 

At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harold P. Freeman. B.A., Catholic, 1954; M.D., Howard, 1958 

Associate Clinical Professors 

David M. Carberry. Ph.D., Providence, 1947; M.D., Jefferson, 1951 

Robert F. Morton. M.D., Meharry, 1944 

John W. Parker, Jr. B.A., Fisk, 1942; M.D., Meharry, 1945 

Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Lee David Eisenberg. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1967; M.D., State University of 
New York (Downstate), 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Surgery 

Barbara Barlow. B.A., New York University, 1946; D.D.S., Columbia, 1950; M.D., 

1953 
Ganepola A. Ganepola. B.S., Kyoto, 1966; M.D., 1967 
Mohamad H. Parsa. B.S., Tehran, 1957; M.D., 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Salvatore G. Cinque. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1943; M.D., Loyola, 

1946 
James E. C. Norris. B.A., Hampton Institute, 1953; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 

1957 
Ruben Oropeza. B.S., Mexico, 1948; M.D., 1955 
Carlton E. Patrick. M.D., University of the Saar (Hamburg, Germany), 1957 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Robert W. Schick. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York Medical College, 1952 



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ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL SURGERY 
Matthew D. Branche, M.D. 
Rajinder Gandhi, M.D. 
Urbano K. Guarin, M.D. 
Malcolm Moley, M.D. 
Pierre G. Van Bockstaele, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
SURGERY 

Egel Francois, M.D. 
Edoardo Giuliani, M.D. 
Robert W. Holtzman, M.D. 
Avtar S. Josen, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

William L. King, M.D. 
Barnett Miller, M.D. 
John R. Nailor, M.D. 
Gurmukh S. Walha, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
NEUROSURGERY 

George V. DiGiocinto, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROSURGERY 

Roger Antoine, M.D. 



At Overlook Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Richard W. Brenner. B.A., Princeton, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 



Assistant Clinical Professors 



David Befeler. 
Robert Specht. 



B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., 1959 
B.A., Princeton, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1946 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
SURGERY 

Bruce J. Brener, M.D. 
John H. Cooper, M.D. 
Douglas M. Costabile, M.D. 
John Joseph Hudock, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 

Frank F. Kaiser, M.D. 
Robert E. Knapp, M.D. 
Daniel L. Moore, M.D. 
Saverio J. Panzarino, M.D. 
Morton Perkoff, M.D. 



ASSOCIATES (continued) 
Jerome Spivack, M.D. 
John V. Triolo, M.D. 
E. Bruce Whitesell, M.D. 
Charles J. Wittmann, Jr. 
M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professors of Clinical Surgery 

J. William Littler. B.S., Duke, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Richard B. Stark. B.A., Stanford, 1936; M.D., Cornell, 1941 

Walter Wichern. B.S., Mount Union, 1942; M.D., Harvard, 1945 



Clinical Professor 

W. Graham Knox. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., 1942 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Richard G. Eaton. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1951; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1955 

Joseph Ford. B.A., Harvard, 1942; M.D., Columbia, 1945 

George E. Green. B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., 1956 

Charles C. Harrold, Jr. B.S., Georgia, 1937; M.D., Harvard, 1941 

John E. Hutchinson. B.S., Morehouse, 1953; M.D., Meharry, 1957 

Robert E. McCabe. B.A., Williams, 1948; M.D., Cornell, 1953 

Howard R. Nay. B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

James B. Rodgers. B.A., Virginia, 1944; M.D., 1948 

Edward G. Stanley-Brown. M.D. , Pennsylvania, 1948 



134 SURGERY • UROLOGY 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Peter A. Bossart. B.A., Muhlenberg, 1947; M.D., Cornell, 1951 

Thomas Dailey. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Cornell, 1961 

Robert T. Edmonds. B.A., Harvard, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Paul D. Harris. B.A., Princeton, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Conrad G. Lattes. B.S., Swarthmore, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

James A. MacDonald. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Haroutane A. Mekhjian. B.S., American (Beirut), 1961; M.D., 1965 

Robert E. Miller. B.A., New York University, 1953; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1957 
Robert J. Mulcare. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1961 
Carl S. Oakman. B.A., Harvard, 1938; M.D., Tufts, 1943 
James H. Terry, Jr. B.S., Arizona, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Chin Bor Yeoh. B.A., Yale, 1953; M.D., Harvard, 1957 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SURGERY 

Arnold Belgraier 

Gregory W. Brabbee, M.D. 

Peter B. Cinelli, M.D. 

John F. Crowe, M.D. 

Clayton R. De Haan, M.D. 

Clarence A. Dunn, Jr., M.D. 

Peter B. Fodor, M.D. 

Philip E. Gordon, M.D. 

James F. Grillo 

Joshua M. Kaplan, M.D. 

John J. Keyser, M.D. 

Farid J. Khoury, M.D. 

Danne R. Lorieo, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL SURGERY 

(continued) 

Stephan G. Lynn, M.D. 
Richard A. Marks, M.D. 
Antoinc S. Munther, M.D. 
William G. Ramey, M.D. 
Walter H. Stingle, M.D. 
Paul I. Tomljanovich, M.D. 
Hiroshi Washio, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Mikio Kamiyama, Ph.D. 



Urology 



Professor and Chairman 

Carl A. Olsson. B.A., Bowdoin, 1959; M.D., Boston, 1963 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Urology 

Ralph J. Veenema. B.A., Calvin, 1952; M.D., Jefferson, 1945 

Associate Professor 

Ralph De Vere White. B.Ch., BAO., University College (Dublin), 1964; M.D., 1970 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Myron Tannenbaum. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.S., 1955; Ph.D., 1957; 
M.D., Chicago, 1961 



Associate Professors of Clinical Urology 

Peter J. Puchner. B.A., Carleton, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Nicholas A. Romas. B.A., Colgate, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 



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Associate Clinical Professors 

Stanley B. Braham. B.A., Columbia, 1944; M.D., 1947 
Frank W. Longo. B.S., Maryland, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Myron S. Roberts. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., State University of New York 
(Upstate), 1954 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Philip Tomashefsky. Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Urology 

John D. Birkoff. B.A., Harvard, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Terry W. Hensle. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1964; M.D., Cornell, 1968 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Elliot L. Cohen. B.A., New York University, 1963; M.D., Chicago, 1967 

Peter N. De Sanctis. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.D., Boston, 1962 

J. Timothy Donovan. M.D., New York Medical College, 1948 

Louis J. Dougherty. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1954 

John P. Grant. B.A., Amherst, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Michael H. Wechsler. B.S., Trinity (Connecticut), 1961; M.D., St. Louis, 1965 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL UROLOGY INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL UROLOGY 

Leonard J. Rudin Richard Kroll, M.D. 

Charles E. Umhey, Jr., M.D. 
James Umhey, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Rodman D. Carter. B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL UROLOGY 
Bruce MacDonald, M.D. 

At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Robert R. White. B.A., Amherst, 1949; M.D., Rochester, 1954 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL UROLOGY ASSOCIATES {continued) 

Kenneth L. Day, M.D. Joseph S. Ritter, M.D. 

Pascal A. Pironti, M.D. Morey Wosnitzer, M.D. 

At St. Luke's- Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professor 

Russell W. Lavengood, Jr. B.A., St. Joseph's (Indiana), 1947; M.D., Louisville, 1951 



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Associate Clinical Professors 

Manuel Fernandez. M.D., Coimbra (Portugal), 1956 

Perrin B. Snyder. B.S., New York University, 1929; M.D., 1933 

Joseph N. Ward. M.B., B.Ch., University College (Dublin), 1949 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

William J. Nelson. B.A., Williams, 1945; M.D., New York Medical College, 1946 
Robert D. Wickham. B.A., Drew, 1947; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1952 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

UROLOGY 

Arumbi P. Subramaniam, 

M.D. 
Pellegrino J. Tozzo, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
UROLOGY 

Philip C. Cea, M.D. 
Harry S. David, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Alfred F. Fretz, M.D. 
Waleed G. Maloof, M.D. 
Constantine Photos, M.D. 
Joseph D. Putignano, 

M.D. 
Alexander Sotiropoulos, 

M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS [continued) 
Rudolph D. Talarico, M.D. 
James W. Vastola, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
UROLOGY 

Abas Rezvani, M.D. 
Damir Velcek, M.D. 



First- Year Postgraduate Appointments: 
Class of 1980 



Ahlborn, Thomas N. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Aisen, Mindy L. Mount Sinai Hospital of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. Flexible 
Allan, Anne E. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Medicine 
Anderson, Nancy A. Children's Center, University Hospital, Seattle, Washington. 

Pediatrics 
Anthony, Kent E. University of Alabama Medical Center, Birmingham, Alabama. 

Family Practice 
Apfelbaum, Terri F. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Appel, Rena. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Bello, Jacqueline A. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New 

York. Flexible 
Beriieley, Hope A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Bernstein, Carol A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Bernstein, Wendy J. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Psychiatry 
Bluh, Donald C. New Rochelle Hospital, New Rochelle, New York. Medicine 
Blumeni<ehl, Mark L. Brookdale Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York. Medicine 
Boakye-Adjei, Oheneba. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Bogen, Craig. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Medicine 
Bransford, Kent J. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California. Medicine 
Brudney, Karen F. Harlem Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Cartelli, Nancy A. Case Western Reserve University Hospitals, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Pediatrics 
Casper, Theodore. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Chow, John H. S. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Pathology 
Cohen, David E. University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals, Ann Arbor, Michi- 
gan. Medicine 
Cuadros, Cesar L. University of California San Diego Affiliated Hospitals, San Diego, 

California. Surgery 
Czaja, Mark J. University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. Medicine 
Davey, Richard T. University Hospitals, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
DeAngelis, Lisa M. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Deland, Jonathan T. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Delaney, Kathleen A. New York University Bellevue Hospital, New York, New 

York. Medicine 
Dennison, Allen M. Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. Medicine 
Dennison, Jane M. Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. Pediatrics 
Dillon, Peter W. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Dolinsky, Paul A. Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. Medicine 
Downey, Richard S. Washington University Affiliated Hospitals, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Surgery 
Dubin, Leslie B. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Dwosh, Jack. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Surgery 
Ecker, Hendrik M. Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. Medicine 
Engler, Alan M. Monte f lore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Surgery 
Engler, Danielle E. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Epstein, Joel. New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
Fakharzadeh, Frederick F. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 



138 FIRST-YEAR POSTGRADUATE APPOINTMENTS: CLASS OF 1980 



Farrell, Matthew M. The Somerset Hospital, Somerville, New Jersey. Family Prac- 
tice 
Fehrs, Laura J. University of California Hospitals, Los Angeles, California. Pediat- 
rics 
Feiman, Nancy B. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Feller, Matthew F. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Fisher, William A. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Fithian, Eileen M. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Fox, Joyce E. Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. Pediatrics 
Fox, Susan C. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Friedmann, Martin L. Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Medicine 
Gardine, Robert L. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Gelfand, Janice M. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Geller, Peter L. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Genkins, Steven M. University of California Hospitals, San Francisco, Califor- 
nia. Medicine 
Geraci, Kira A. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Goland, Robin S. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Goodrich, James T. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Graney, John F. Harlem Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Griffin, Patrick H. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Grundfest, Warren S. University of California Hospitals, Los Angeles, Califor- 
nia. Surgery 
Hamm, Peter G. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Handlin, Davis S. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Handwerger, Sandra D. Beth Israel Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Hardy, Howard W. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Herbert, Robert A. Baylor College Affiliated, Houston, Texas. Medicine 
Hollenberg, James P. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Hotes, Richard E. The Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut. Flexible 
Howell, John T. Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington, New Jersey. Family 

Practice 
Illowsky, Barbara P. Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C. Medicine 
Kawata, Carol L. Los Angeles County-Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, Califor- 
nia. Pediatrics 
Kiest, Curtis A. University of California Hospitals, San Francisco, California. Ortho- 
paedic Surgery 
Kumaki, David J. Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
Langendorf, Frederick. New York University Medical Center, New York, New 

York. Medicine 
LaPook, Jonathan P. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Larach, David R. Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia. Anesthesiology 
LaSala, Patrick A. Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Surgery 
Lauderdale, Bradley. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New 

York. Medicine 
Lee, Dennis E. Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
Leff, Steven R. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Legant, Paul M. North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Or- 
thopaedic Surgery 
Levin, Daniel H. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Lewis, Barbara. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York. Medi- 
cine 
Lipkin, Alan F. Baylor College Affiliated, Houston, Texas. Surgery 
Lipschitz, Sherman. New York University Medical Center, New York, New 
York. Pathology. 



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Lurio, Joseph G. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Family Practice 
Lyle, Henry R. University of California (Davis) Affiliated, Davis, California. Medi- 
cine 
McCann, Peter D. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
McCluskey, Leo F. University of Michigan Affiliated, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Medi- 
cine 
McKinley, George F. St. Luke's Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Macchi, Paul. Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco, California. Radiology 
Malin, Barnet D. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California. Medicine 
Mandelbaum, David E. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, New Haven, Connecti- 
cut. Pediatrics 
Manelis, Jocelyn B. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Manevitz, Alan Z. A. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Psychiatry 
Maxwell, Celia. Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C Medicine 
Mazzeo, Vincent P. Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia. Radiology 
Minikes, Neil I. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Moley, Jeffrey F. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, New Haven, Connecticut. Sur- 
gery 
Morris, Valery L. Baylor College Affiliated, Houston, Texas. Pediatrics 
Murphy-Chutorian, Douglas R. New York University -Bellevue Hospital, New York, 

New York. Medicine 
Navia, Bradford A. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Newman, Bernard P. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, New Haven, Connecti- 
cut. Surgery 
Nunez, Domingo C. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
O'Connell, Genevieve C. Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut. Medicine 
O'Laughlin, Martin P. Baylor College Affiliated, Houston, Texas. Pediatrics 
Oliver, Dennis C. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Orentreich, David S. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Pankewycz, Oleh G. University of Chicago Clinics, Chicago, Illinois. Medicine 
Paradis, Marc A. Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. Medicine 
Parnes, Anita L. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Paul, Matthew D. Beth Israel Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Pfeffer, Sondra J. Baylor College Affiliated, Houston, Texas. Medicine 
Quevedo, Jonathan P. Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey. Flexible 
Radin, Arthur I. University of California Hospitals, Los Angeles, California. Medi- 
cine 
Ressa, Ames D. St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Roman, Mary J. Harlem Hospital Center, New York, New York. Medicine 
Romano, Angela A. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Rosenfeld, Suzanne. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Rund, Deborah G. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Saber, William L. University of Colorado Affiliated, Denver, Colorado. Surgery 
Sahar, David I. Ohio State University Hospitals, Columbus, Ohio. Medicine 
Sakwa, Marc P. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Surgery 
Schiz, Steven L. Hospitals of University Health Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania. Pediatrics 
Schlam, Julia F. Boston Hospital for Women, Boston, Massachusetts. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Schloss, Stephen B. New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Sur- 
gery 
Schubert, Armin. National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland. Medicine 
Scott, Wendell C. Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Serdarevic, Olivia N. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 



140 FIRST-YEAR POSTGRADUATE APPOINTMENTS; CLASS OF 1980 



Sessler, Daniel I. University of California Hospitals, Los Angeles, California. Pediat- 
rics 
Shapiro, Peter A. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Sharanevych, Irene S. New York University -Veteran's Administration Hospital, New 

York, New York. Medicine 
Softness, Barney. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Solomon, Meryl L. Brookdale Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York. Family Prac- 
tice 
Starker, Paul M. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Surgery 
Steinberg, Robin F. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Sullivan, Mary Anna. McLean Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Psychiatry 
Swiderski, Daborah M. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Teichman, Sam L. Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Thomas, Natalia E. Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C. Pediatrics 
Ultmann, Monica H. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
Waltner, Nancy M. The New York Hospital, New York, New York. Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
Weinstock, Ruth S. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 
Wescoe, Sybil. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Pediatrics 
West, Sally A. Montefiore Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Medicine 
Wiznia, Andrew A. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Pediatrics 
Yellin, Tova. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York. Pediatrics 
Zeidel, Mark L. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Medicine 
Zwas, Felice R. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Medicine 

Student Roster: Class of 1981 

Adams, Roberta Harris. Bronxville, N.Y. B.S., Antioch, 1977 

Aiken, Brenda. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Aldea, Gabriel-Sorin. New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Altshuler, Steven Lane. Englewood, N.J. B.A., Rochester, 1977 

Amador, Jorge Luis. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1975 

Apfelbaum, Mark. New York, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Appleton, Abraham T. Englewood, N.J. B.A., Yeshiva, 1976 

Aranow, Robert Bittman Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Arildsen, Ronald Curtis Endicott, N.Y. B.S., M.S., Yale, 1977 

Auletta, Maria Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.S., St. Francis, 1977 

Ausubel, Kalman Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Bauman, Phillip Allen Larchmont, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1976 

Beane, Susan Jo Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Beitz, Julie Germaine Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Blackwood, Roland Alexander New Rochelle, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Booth, Richard Linn Cambridge, Ohio B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Broom, Michael Joseph Sudbury, Mass. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Butler, Annette Louise Laurelton, N.Y. B.S., Queens, 1977 

Byrne, Jeffrey Michael Sherborn, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts, 1977 

Cagliostro, Stephen Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Capaldo, Maria Elena New York, N.Y. B.S., Hunter, 1970 

Carson, JoAnn Monroe, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Castiglione, Charles L. Hamden, Conn. B.A., Yale, 1977 

Chandra, Elizabeth Stuart New York, N.Y. B.A., Goucher, 1972 

Clinton, Henry Louis New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Cohen, Paul Jay Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Cohen, Ron New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

CoUymore, Victor Alvin Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 



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Colon-Linares, Juan Ponce, Puerto Rico Iowa 

Cotto, Sonla Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Cutillo, Robert Paul Montclair, N.J. B.S., Georgetown, 1977 

Degreef, Gustav Lido Beach, N.Y. B.A., Hofstra, 1976 

Deluty, Sheldon Howard Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Dhungel, Rajiv Upadhyay Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Dover (England) 

Diao, Edward Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Diaz, Angela New York, N.Y. City College, 1976 

Dick, Alison B. Westbury, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1977 

Drucker, Elizabeth Anne San Mateo, Calif. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Ehrlich, Carol Margaret New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Elliott, Deirdre Davina New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1977 

Feit, David Louis Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1977 

Feld, Randy Jay Massapequa Park, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 

Flatow, Evan Lloyd New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Freedman, Susan Dee Palo Alto, Calif. B.A., Yale, 1975 

Freyberg, Christopher Wm. Pleasantville, N.Y. B.S., Wisconsin, 1977 

Gendler, Ellen Caryn Bellmore, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1977 

Gertler, Jonathan Paul New York, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1977 

Glantz, Sanford David Rosedale, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1977 

Goldberg, David Michael Stamford, Conn. B.A., Yale, 1974 

Goldstein, Nannette Buffalo, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1973 

Golub, Robert Matthew Newburgh, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Gravallese, Ellen M. Andover, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Grossl, Eugene Andrew New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Grunberg, Eva Lillian Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1977 

Hayes, Dewleen Gay Atherton, Calif. B.A., Stanford, 1968 

Holubowitch, Edward J. Warwick, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Hresko, Michael Timothy Flint, Mich. B. A., Harvard, 1976 

Katzman, Michael Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Keefe, Bernadette Chestertown, Md. B.A., St. John's, 1976 

Kellman, Howard David Monongahela, Pa. B.A., Stanford, 1974 

Kirby, Mathis Ann Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1977 

Kleiman, Neal Stephen Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Kutscher, Martin Lyle Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Kwon, Peter Heejoon, Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1977 
Landaw, Irene Sarah Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Purchase), 1976 
Landy, Harold Stephen New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1972 
Lanzara, Barbara Lynne New York, N.Y. B.S., State University of New York 

(Albany), 1974 
Le, Xuan Ha Thi Clarence, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Buffalo), 1977 
Lee, Timothy Leslie Sacramento, Calif. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1977 
Lehmann, Harold Philip New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 
Lent, Kenneth David Kenmore, N.Y. Sc.B., Brown, 1977 
Levin, Marc Stephen New Rochelle, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1977 
Levine, Alice Carla New York, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Albany), 1973 
Lipman, Steve Paul Huntington, N.Y. B. A., Amherst, 1977 
Louard, Rita Jean Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1976 
Lubka, Rhonda Hartford, Conn. B. A., Barnard, 1977 
Ludwig, Robert Lewis Merrick, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 
Markowitz, Steven B. Baltimore, Md. B.A., Yale, 1975 
Marshall, Mitchell H. New York, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1974 
Maun, Steve Joseph 
Miro, Claudio Lazaro West Orange, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1977 



142 STUDENT ROSTER: CLASS OF 1981 



Moss, Barbara Ann Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1967 

Moy, Larry Bronx, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1977 

Muraszko, Karin Marie New Providence, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Murphy, Stephen Gerard North Attleboro, Mass. B.S., Columbia, 1977 

Muschel, Michael J. Monsey, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Nercessian, Ohannes A. Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Lehman, 1977 

Nerenstone, Stacy Ruth Iowa City, Iowa B.A., Brown, 1977 

Oppedisano, Carlyn Ann Roslyn Heights, N.Y. B.A., Adelphi, 1977 

Orland, Steven M. Cherry Hill, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Ozick, Lisa A. Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., City College (New York), 1977 

Palazzolo, Michael John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Park, William II 

Patsos, Theodore John Canton, Mass. B.A., Brown, 1977 

Pellicone, John Thomas Clinton, Conn. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Peress, Richard Eliot Jamaica, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1977 

Perofsky, Howard Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.A., City College, 1977 

Petchler, Janet Caroline Hamden, Conn. B.A., Vassar, 1976 

Raby, Khether Emile Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1977 

Regan, Raymond Francis Edgewater, N.J. B. A., Rutgers, 1977 

Richmond, Kenneth Herbert Providence, R.I. B.A., Brown, 1971 

Rifkin, Terry Paul Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1977 

Roberts, James Michael Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 

Rogers, David Michael East Rockaway, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Rosenfield, Howard T. Newton Center, Mass. B.A., Brandeis, 1968 

Rosenthal, Robert Bruce West Hartford, Conn. B.S., Yale, 1976 

Ross, Richard Steven Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Rozmaryn, Leo Martin Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1977 

Rudolph, Michael Alan Beverly Hills, Calif. B.S., Stanford, 1977 

Sabir, Rafiq New York, N.Y. B.A., City College (New York), 1977 

Sax, Frederic Lee Rosedale, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 

Scantlebury, Velma Patricia Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Long Island, 1977 

Seely, Ellen Wells New York, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1977 

Shah, Dipti V. Fresh Meadows, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Shear, Michael Peter Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Purchase), 1977 

Shookster, Linda Anne Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Siegel, Robert David Jersey City, N.J. B.A., Lafayette, 1977 

Sisti, Michael Brian Tenafly, N.J. B.S.E., Cooper Union, 1977 

Small, Peter Alan Easton, Conn. B.A., Tufts, 1977 

Smithy, William Brian Brookline, Mass. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Sobelson, Gary Alan North Bellmore, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1977 

Solomon, Barry Howard Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. B.S., American (Rome), 1975 

Speert, Peter Klee Brookline, Mass. B.A., Williams, 1966 

Stein, Neil Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 

Stern, Fredric A. Rockville Centre, N.Y. B.A., B.S., Tufts, 1977 

Stoler, Joan Marilyn Brookline, Mass. B.S., Brandeis, 1977 

Stone, Gary Carl Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Strongin, Jonathan D. New York, N.Y. M.A., Columbia, 1974 

Sulkow, Barbara Lynn B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1974 

Teitelbaum, Joanne New York, N.Y. B. A., Connecticut, 1968 

Valdes, Martin Hialeah, Fla. B.A., Miami, 1977 

Vaughan, Luke Michael Plainview, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Victoria II, Albert Charles New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976 

Voutsas, Andrea K. Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1977 

Wagman, Robert David Ontario, Canada B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Warren, Susan Enid New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1973 

Wasko, Margery Lynn Bronxville, N.Y. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1977 



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Weidenbaum, Mark Waterford, Conn. B.S., Connecticut, 1977 

Weinstein, Beth New York, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1974 

Weinstock, Martin Arthur Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1977 

Weiss, Michael Jay Riverdale, N.Y. B.Sc, Bar-Ilan, 1972 

Williams, John Vincent Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1977 

Wilson, Scott Numo New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 

Wiseman, Gloria Diana New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1977 

WoUack, Jan Hackensack, N.J. B.S.. Yale, 1973 

Wood, Charles Macdonald Tenafly, N.J. B.S., Denison, 1976 

Wu, Gloria New York, N.Y. B.A., Radcliffe, 1975 

Yannopoulos, Aristomenis D. Garden City, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Yepes, Martha Cecilia New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 

Young, Grace May-En Fairlawn, N.J. B.A., Radcliffe, 1977 

Zahl, Kenneth J. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1977 

Zinberg, Joel Michael New York, N.Y. B.A., Swarthmore, 1977 

Zinberg, Jonathan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1977 

Zollo, Kenneth Allen Farmingdale, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1977 

Student Roster: Class of 1982 

Abrams, Elaine Janine Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Princeton, 1978 

Absatz, Michael Glenn Plainview, N.Y. B.E.S., Johns Hopkins, 1978 

Adler, Frederick William New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 

Aldoroty, Robert Arthur Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1976; M.A., Columbia, 

1978 
Almquist, Robert Earl Bergen, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 
Amchin, Jess David Farmingdale, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1978 
Andrew, Susan Louise Easthampton, Mass. Sc.B., Brown, 1976 
Aranoff, Jonathan Neil Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Beekman, Karen Press Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Bellin, Eran Yitzchak Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Bernstein, Guy Thomas Short Hills, N.J. B.A., Brown, 1978 
Bezier, Jeffrey Lee Peshtigo, Wis. B. A., Princeton, 1978 
Birkenbach, Mark Philip Kildeer, 111. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Blackwell, Thomas Keith Greenville, S.C. B.S., Duke, 1978 
Boruchoff, Susan Elise Newton Centre, Mass. B.A., Radcliffe, 1977 
Brauser, Steven Donald Woodbury, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Brenner, Gail Monsey, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1978 
Brigham, Steven Chase Toledo, Ohio B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1978 
Brooks, Robert Louis Sharpsburg, Md. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1974; M.S., Maryland, 1976; Ph.D., 1978 
Brown, Florence M. Evanston, 111. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Bryk, Eli New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Buchness, Mary Ruth Catonsville, Md. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Burns, Elisa Eve Bethpage, N.Y. B.A., Colgate, 1978 
Cammisa, Frank P. Waterbury, Conn. B.S., Tufts, 1978 
Campbell, Susan Elizabeth New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1975 
Cantor, Michael Cary Massapequa, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Cherup, Lori Lyn Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Chua, Streamson C. Kingston, N.Y. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Clair, Darren Francis New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Cody, William Collins Mountain Lakes, N.J. B. A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Cohen, Jeffrey Lewis Forest Hills, N.Y. B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Dash, Greg I. Cedarhurst, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 



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del Alcazar, Carlos Oscar North Bergen, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1978 

Delfs, Richard Michael Tucson, Ariz. B. A., Arizona, 1976 

Delvin, Michael James Bardonia, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 

Derby, James Alan Schuylerville, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1978 

Dermody, Terence Shawn Ithaca, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1978 

Downey, Susan E. New York, N.Y. B.A., Smith, 1978 

Doyle, Werner Karim Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 

1978 
Durand, David Bradley Rochester, N.Y. B. A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Easton, Jonathan New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Endow, Curtis S. Stockton, Calif. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1977 
Endrizzi, Donald Peter Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Fabiano, Fredric Boston, Mass. B.S., Boston, 1978 
Feinberg, Richard Ira Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Trinity, 1977 
Fiero, Thomas Patrick Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1977 
Fletcher, Christopher Wallace Wellesley, Mass. B.A., Wesleyan, 1978 
Formichella, Donna Jean Bridgeport, Conn. B.S., Providence, 1978 
Frank, David Lawrence Meadowbrook, Pa. B.A., Williams, 1978 
Gelbfish, Gary Alexander Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1978 
Gilchrist, Ian Charles Chappaqua, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Gomez, William New York, N.Y. B.S., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, N.Y., 

1976 
Grant, Gail Patrice Charleston, S.C. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Greenberg, Steven Marc Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Gresalfi, Thomas John Lake Grove, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Griswold, Jonathan DeWitt Stratford, Conn. B.S., M.S., Yale, 1978 
Harmon, Valerie Lorraine Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Brown, 1978 
Harrington, William Neelis Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1974 
Hart, Craig Parsippany, N.J. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1973 
Honig, Peter K. Bellerose, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Hutt, Douglas Allen Irvington, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Jabs, Kathy Lee Bristol, Conn. B.S., Trinity, 1978 
Jackness, Emily New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Karasik, Pamela Ellen Old Westbury, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Kates, Mandes Roger New Haven, Conn. B.A., Princeton, 1974; Ph.D., Yale, 1978 
Kessler, Paul David New York, N.Y. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1976 
King, Dennis K. Daytona Beach, Fla. B.A., Middlebury, 1978 
Knoll, Charles L. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1978 
Krauss, Eugene Steven Old Westbury, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 
Krug, Joseph Hoffmann Englewood, N.J. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 
Levens, David Jon Newton Centre, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1978 
Levenson, Risa Catherine New York, N.Y. B.A., Radcliffe, 1978 
Li, Suzanne C. Roslyn, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Licht, Jonathan Daniel Jackson Heights, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Lobel, Leslie Israel New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Low, Julie Ann Belmont, Mass. B.A., Rochester, 1975 
Lustbader, Ian Jay New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1978 
Lynn, Richard Brian Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
McCormick, Paul Christian Rockville, Md. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Margolis, Steven Fred Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1974 
Markowitz, John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1976; M.A., 1978 
Martin, Steven Carey Plainview, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1978 
Marzuk, Peter Michael New York, N.Y. Sc.B., Brown, 1978 
Mastropolo, Rosalie Mary Eastchester, N.Y. B.S.N. , Rochester, 1976 
Mazzocchi, Annmarie Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Manhattan, 1978 



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Mehalek, Karen Edith Huntington Station, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1978 
Mellstrom, Mark Stanley North Mankato, Minn. B.A., Carleton, 1978 
Mercurio, Mark Randolph Ridgefield, Conn. B. A., Princeton, 1978 
Mirski, Anna Marie Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., St. John's, 1978 
Mitchell, Alfred Ernest Staten Island, N.Y. B.A., Lafayette, 1978 
Moffat, Gertrude Seidel Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1977 
Monasky, Mark Stephen Binghamton, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Potsdam), 1978 
Moscona, Anne Chicago, 111. B.A., Radcliffe, 1978 
Muller, Adrienne Louise Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1978 
Norton, Janet E. Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 
Nussbaum, Monte Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1978 
Oesterling, Joseph Edwin Greensburg, Ind. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Olson, Stephen Eric Cooperstown, N.Y. B.A., Hamilton, 1978 
Paul, Edward Mark Hicksville, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Pennoyer, Marguerite Anne Portland, Maine B.A., Smith, 1978 
Perez, Wilfredo De La C. Miami, Fla. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Pfeffer, Deborah Lynn New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1978 
Philips, Mark Reid Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Plotycia, Steven Michael Eggertsville, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Buffalo), 1978 
Porder, Joseph Bernard New York, N.Y. B.A., Bennington, 1978 
Price, Helen L. Summit, N.J. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Quarmby, Robert Altamont, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1974; M.S., Rensse- 
laer Polytechnic Institute, 1978 
Quartararo, Christopher Huntington, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Rini, Frank John New York, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1974; M.A., Colum- 
bia, 1976; M.Phil., 1977; Ph.D., 1978 
Robbins, Peter Howard Fairlawn, N.J. B.A., Hamilton, 1978 
Robbins, Philip Alan Great Neck, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1978 
Rodriguez, Jaime Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Rodriguez, Rolando Francisco Weehawken, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Rosenblatt, Marc A. New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Rosenzweig, Seth Edward Freeport, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 
Rottman, Jeffrey Nathan Berkeley, Calif. B.A., Princeton, 1976 
Ruzal, Carrie Brenda Brooklyn, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1978 
Salamone, Ronald Jerry East Brunswick, N.J. B.S., Stanford, 1977 
Sanchez-Lluberas, Jorge A. Santurce, Puerto Rico B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 

1978 
Schlaff, Anthony Lewis New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Schneider, Peter Andrew Hamburg, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 
Schulder, Michael Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Sealfon, Stuart C. Neponsit, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Sehgal, Evan David Chevy Chase, Md. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
Shaffer, David Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Shaffer, Nathan New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1975 
Sharp, Barbara Lea San Francisco, Calif. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Sheinbaum, Roy Jonathan Woodmere, N.Y. B.Sc, McGill, 1978 
Simkowitz, Philip New York, N.Y. B.S., Beloit, 1975 
Sklar, Jeffrey Alan Laurelton, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 
Skowron, Gail East Northport, N.Y. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1978 
Smith, Andre Leo New York, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1978 
Smith, Mary Camden, N.Y. B.S., Houghton, 1978 
Stevenson, Ellen Marie New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1977 
Sullivan, John Keane New York, N.Y. B.A., Holy Cross, 1969; J.D., Fordham, 

1972 
Sultan, Mark Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brandeis, 1978 



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Suser, Ezra Saul Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1974 

Tong, Dominic Jun Fai Honolulu, Hawaii B.S., Hawaii (Monoa), 1978 

Usatine, Richard Philip Nanuet, N.Y. B. A., Williams, 1978 

Veenema, Kenneth Roy Glenrock, N.J. B.S., Cornell, 1977 

Vita, Joseph Andrew Katonah, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Wasserman, Hal Stuart Springfield, N.J. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1978 

Wellisz, Tadeusz Zbigniew New York, N.Y. B.A., Chicago, 1977 

Whelan, Richard Lawrence Franklin Square, N.Y. B.S., Fordham, 1978 

Wolff, David Marc New York, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1977 

Wolfson, Steven Jay Valley Stream, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1978 

Yorke, Eric Robert Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 

Zeralsky, Sandra Joan Pearl River, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1978 

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Alonso, Jose Jr. Astoria, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Andersen, Rolf Leon Suffern, N.Y. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Arliss, Jeffrey James Locust, N.J. B.S., Vermont, 1978 

Bar, Michael Henry New York, N.Y. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 

Baran, Syma Deborah Levittown, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1979 

Bass, Allyson Brackett Oakland, Calif. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1975 

Bauer, R. David Elmhurst, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Beck, Marc Lloyd New Hyde Park, N.Y. B.A., Clark, 1979 

Ben-Zvi, Jeffrey S. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1979 

Black, Alexander Charlton Wellesley, Mass. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Bobella, Stephen Kurt Hackensack, N.J. B.A., Drew, 1979 

Bonner, Matthew Kip Georgetown, Conn. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Boos, Stephen Charles Huntington Sta., N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1979 
Breidbart, Scott Eric Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1976 
Brill, David Alan New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Brungraber, Margaret R. Lewisburg, Pa. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Bush, James William Cherry Hill, N.J. B.A., Rutgers, 1979 
Cahill, Peter duPont Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1979 
Camacho, Victor Emanuel Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1979 
Camerino, Vicki Jean Larchmont, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1978 
Carpenter, Richard Owen Cedarhurst, N.Y. B.S., Duke, 1979 
Caselli, Richard John Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Chalfin, Laura B. New York, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1970 
Chen, William Kuang-Yu New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 
Christopher, Kenneth Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 
Davidson, Peter Killip Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Haverford, 1977 
Davitz, Michael Andrew New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1978 
Desser, Terry Susan Beechhurst, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Dillon, John Joseph Yorktown Hts., N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- 
gy, 1978 
Donnenberg, Michael Seth Levittown, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Albany), 1979 
Duralde, Xavier A. East Point, Ga. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Dushay, Kevin Maier Fayetteville, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 
Eaton, Bradford Hunter Pelham, N.Y. B. A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Erly, William Kenneth Short Hills, N.J. B.A., Haverford, 1978 
Eskenazi, Loren Beth New York, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 
Feind, Carl Robert Alpine, N.J. B.S., Antioch, 1979 
Felix, Alan David New Hyde Park, N.Y. B.A., Haverford, 1979 
Fiorito, Joseph John New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 



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Fisher, Margaret Elizabeth Haddonfield, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Florakis, George James Yonkers, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Freilich, David Ira Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn College 

Friedman, David Paul Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Gaines, Alan David Randolph, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1979 
Garbowit, David Labe Pittsfield, Mass. B.S., Union, 1979 
Genecin, Paul Baltimore, Md. B. A., Princeton, 1977 
Glatt, Aaron Eli Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Yeshiva, 1979 
Gliedman, Paul R. Wallkill, N.Y. B.S., Manhattan, 1979 
Goldberg, Neal Benjamin Hartsdale, N.Y. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 
Goldman, Myla P. Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1979 
Goldschmidt, Howard Zvi Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Goldstein, Michael D. Smithtown, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1979 
Gomez, Yvonne Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Gonzalez, Christopher Lewis Claremont, Calif. B.A., Pitzer, 1979 
Gonzalez, Victoria Mary Claremont, Calif. B.A., California State (San Francisco), 

1979 
Green, Nancy Sue Wabon, Mass. B.S., Tufts, 1979 
Gutowski, Teddy Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1979 
Hall, Walter Allan Falls Church, Va. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Hanau, Lawrence Huto Bayside, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Hawke, Mary Wetherill Southampton, N.Y. B.A., Chicago, 1976 
Hirschfield, Steven I. New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1972 
Ingram, David Lloyd Somerset, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Joffe, Mark D. Cherry Hill, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1978 
Johnston, Maria Milagros Bergenfield, N.J. B.A., Barnard, 1979 
Jones, Leon D. Rome, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Kalb, Thomas Heller Palm Beach, Fla. B. A., Princeton, 1979 
Kamer, Russell Scott New Rochelle, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1979 
Kastelman, James Steven Cranford, N.J. B.S., Princeton, 1979 
Keller, Wendy A. New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1975 
Klapper, Robert C. Far Rockaway, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Koehler, Susan Ellen Clarence, N.Y. B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1979 
Konecky, Alan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brooklyn, 1979 
Kriger, Alberto Isaac Rio Piedras, P.R. B.A., Brandeis, 1979 
Landry, Donald William Cambridge, Mass. B.S., Lafayette, 1975 
Landzberg, Joel Serge Whitestone, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Lederman, Seth Michael New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1979 
Letsou, George Vasilios Lowell, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Linfield, Louis S. II San Francisco, Calif. B.A., Harvard, 1977 
Loomis, Karen Jay White Plains, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1977 
Lopez, Rafael Roberto New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Lowy, Israel Forest Hills, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1977 
Luppescu, Neal Edwin Roslyn, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Lustick, Martin Ross Watertown, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1978 
Lytton, William Winzer Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1978 
McCord, Mary Marshall New York, N.Y. B.A., Williams, 1978 

Macfarlane, Michael Thomas New York, N.Y. B.A., Long Island (C W. Post), 1975 
Mackey, Steven Lee South Columbus, Ohio B.A., Columbia, 1976 
Maloney, William Joseph Warren, N.Y. B.A., Stanford, 1979 
Mandel, Michael New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Manley, John C. North Port, N.Y. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1977 
Matathias, Daniel J. Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Matos, Sergio E. New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1979 
Melfi, Robert Joseph Wood-Ridge, N.J. B.S., Creighton, 1979 



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Munro, Virginia Schaefer New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1979 

Neuberg, Gerald Walter Tenafly, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Okun, Alexander Lawrence New York, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Ostrow, Steven Mark Baldwin, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 

Paek, In-Bok Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1979 

Pastor, Patricia Camuto Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Hofstra, 1976 

Pearl, Michael Lawrence Southfield, Mich. B.S., Michigan, 1979 

Perkins, Archibald Simon Williamstown, Mass. B.A., Williams, 1979 

Perlmutter, Jeffrey Alan Huntington, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Peterson, Louisa Thoron New York, N.Y. B.A., Colorado, 1968 

Peterson, Mark William Fort Collins, Colorado B.S., Colorado State, 1979 

Pierson, Richard Norris III Englewood, N.J. B.A., Princeton, 1978 

Pollak, Emil Martin Jr. Old Tappan, N.J. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 

Pollak, Jeffrey Scott New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Quinn, Thomas Joseph Wantagh, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1979 

Rampil, Ira Jay Flushing, N.Y. B.E.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1975 

Randolph, Paula Ann Bronx, N.Y. B.S., Harvard, 1979 

Readling, Maris Anne Oswego, N.Y. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1979 

Retikas, Anthony Demetrios Akron, Ohio B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1979 

Rice, Louis Bernard Garden City, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1977 

Rich, Thomas Jonathan Flourtown, Pa. B.S., Bucknell, 1979 

Ring, Wendy Susan Coral Gables, Fla. B.S., Yale, 1979 

Roberts, William Gary Purchase, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Rochester, Carolyn Lee Charlottesville, Va. B.A., Smith, 1979 

Rosenthal, Jonathan Harry New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1973 

Rovit, Adam John Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Michigan, 1979 

Sacks, Andrew Jay New York, N.Y. B.A., New College, 1975 

Sacks, Evan Hilary Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1979 

Saver, Barry Gordon Cambridge, Mass. B.S., Yale, 1976 

Schlesinger, Gail Michele Roslyn, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1978 

Schoifet, Scott David Somerset, N.J. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Shapiro, Matthew Scott Hewlett, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1979 

Simpson, Joseph Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Brooklyn, 1979 

Smires, Harvey Edward Bellerose, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Smith, Ann Elizabeth Northport, N.Y. B. A., Washington, 1979 

Smith, Judith Wilson Greenwich, Conn. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Spriegel, John Roberts Evanston, 111. B.S.E., Princeton, 1979 

Starin, Lawrence Robert Spring Valley, N.Y. Sc.B., Brown, 1979 

Tannenbaum, Gary Alan Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 

Vagelos, Randall Herodotus Watchung, N.J. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Van de Wiele, Barbara M. Alpine, N.J. B.A., Smith, 1977 

Wang, Paul Johnson Indianapolis, Ind. B. A., Harvard, 1979 

Wang, Timothy Cragin St. Louis, Mo. B.A., Williams, 1979 

Wasserman, Marcia Sue Syosset, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1973 

Weinberger, Michael Laurence Ardsley, N.Y. B.A., Clark, 1979 

Weinstein, Lee Scott Woodmere, N.Y. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1979 
Weissman, Jane Lisa New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1977 
Whitley, Barbara Ellen Queens Village, N.Y. B.A., Syracuse, 1971 
Widom, Barbara Santa Cruz, Calif. B.A., Cornell, 1979 
Wilkens, James Burton Toledo, Ohio B.S., Ohio State, 1979 
Wilner, Philip Jonathan Jamaica Estates, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 
Wimpfheimer, Miriam Jane New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1975 
Winter, Eric Herbert New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Wissler, Richard Norris Canandaigua, N.Y. B.A., Hamilton, 1974 



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Yolowitz, Greg Alan Spring Valley, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1979 
Yu, Leonard Tobey New York, N.Y. B.A., Amherst, 1977 
Zigelman, Charles Z. Woodmere, N.Y. B.A., Queens, 1979 

Student Roster: Class of 1984 

Adkins, Elijah Stanton III Salisbury, Md. B.A., Princeton, 1980 

AUand, David New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Alonso, Barbara Ann New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1979 

Arato, Michael Plainview, N.Y. B.S., Union, 1980 

Ashmead, Duffield Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Princeton, 1980 

Baez, Ana Luisa New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1980 

Bannister, Kyra Heather Georgetown, Conn. B.A., Vermont, 1980 

Barasch, Jonathan Matthew New York, N.Y. B. A., Dartmouth, 1980 

Belisle, James Thompson Babylon, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1979 

Bell, Robin Ellen Ardsley, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1975 

Berkower, Alan Stewart Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Middlebury, 1974 

Booker, Gail Michele Jamaica, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1980 

Boschi, Alessandro Sebastian Port Chester, N.Y. B. A., Columbia, 1980 

Brem, Rachel Frydman Brookline, Mass. B.A., Brandeis, 1979 

Brieff, David Ben Melville, N.Y. B.A., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1980 

Brittis, Mary Ellen Yonkers, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1980 

Brown, Michael Carlvan Yorktown Heights, N.Y. B. A., Dartmouth, 1979 

Cardenosa, Gilda New York, N.Y. B.S., Marymount, 1979 

Chak, Amitabh Morgantown, W. Va. B.A., Yale, 1978 

Chan, Stephen Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 

Chietero, Michael Plainview, N.Y. B.S., Fordham, 1980 

Clain, Michael Russell Great Neck, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1980 

Coburn, Kenneth Doyle West Hempstead, N.Y. B.A., Brown, 1980 

Cohen, Sally Eisenberg Ridgewood, N.J. B.A., Goucher, 1964 

Constantine, Sandra Mequon, Wis. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Di Franco, Matthew Joaquin Santa Cruz, Calif. B.A., California (Santa Cruz), 1979 

Draga, Aspasia E. Malba, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1980 

Egnor, Michael Robert Catskill, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Fallon, Regis Francis Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Fayter, Judith Ann Staten Island, N.Y. B.S., Pace, 1978 

Fithian, Donald Coburn Bridgeton, N.J. B.A., Dartmouth, 1980 

Florin, Cynthia Ann New York, N.Y. B.S., Grinnell, 1975 

Ford, Jean Guillaume Long Island City, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1978 

Freeman, Phillip Sanford New York, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1975 

Gallay, Brian James White Plains, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Gewirtz, George Robert Bronx, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Goldberg, Mark Paul Chicago, 111. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Goldstein, Jeffrey Alan Southfield, Mich. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Gorton, Christopher P. Hollis, N.H. B.A., Dartmouth, 1980 

Goyal, Alok New York, N.Y. B.S., Columbia, 1980 

Graff, Wayne Brian Merrick, N.Y. B.S., Adelphi, 1980 

Graham, Jeffrey Scott Summit, N.J. B.A., Williams, 1980 

Greenbaum, Linda Ellen New York City, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Guthrie, Ellen Hobson Hilton Head Island, S.C. B.A., Colorado, 1980 

Haspel, Kenneth Lewis West Hartford, Conn. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1980 

Hibbard, Claire Alexandra New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1979 

Hsu, Ho-Wen Timonium, Md. B.A., Princeton, 1979 

Hyll, Marsha Karin Green Brook, N.J. B. A., Princeton, 1975 



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Ivey, Louis Albert Silver Spring, Md. B.A., Princeton, 1980 
Jackson, Byron A. Shreveport, La. B.A., New York University, 1980 
Jeevanandam, Valluvan M. New Milford, N.J. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Johnson, Gregory Kent Chestertown, N.Y. B.A., Dartmouth, 1979 
Johnston, Peter Shivers Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1969 
Jules, Kethy Marie Elmhurst, N.Y. B.S., Marymount, 1980 
Kao, Peter Nicholas New York, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Karlin, Scott Marc Greenlawn, N.Y. B.A., Wesleyan, 1980 
Kaye, Katherine Staten Island, N.Y. B. A., Princeton, 1980 
Kazim, Michael Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Kellogg, Collins Frederick Croghan, N.Y. B.A., Hamilton, 1977 
Kim, Anthony Hyoung Queens, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1980 
Kim, Kami Albany, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Kimball, Robert Owen Geneva, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1979 
Krongrad, Arnon New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Ku, Andrew Bergenfield, N.J. B. A., Harvard, 1980 
Lang, Thomas Philip Rochester, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
La Scala, Carlo Paul Port Jefferson, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1980 
Lattimer, Douglas Gary New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1975 
Leibenhaut, Mark Harris Oceanside, N.Y. B.A., Princeton, 1980 
Levin, Neil Chevy Chase, Md. B.S.E.S., Tufts, 1980 
Lewis, Allison Elizabeth Menlo Park, Calif. B.S.E., Princeton, 1980 
Liberman, Laura Newton, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Lombardo, Gregory Thomas New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1968 
Love, Karen Anita Queens Village, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1980 
Luyando, Yvonne New York, N.Y. B.A., Fordham, 1980 
McDonagh, Kevin T. Bellerose, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Ma, Averill. Thornwood, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Magnes, Jeffrey New York, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1975 
Mahon, John Henry Huntington, N.Y. B.S., Notre Dame, 1980 
Markowitz, Arlene Helen Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Wellesley, 1980 
Mathews, Donald Marshall Schenectady, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Miller, Steven Zane Rego Park, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Milrod, Barbara Louise New York, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1979 
Modic, Frank Edward Scotia, N.Y. B.S., Cornell, 1980 
Moss, William John Demarest, N.J. B.A., Wesleyan, 1980 
Mulvey, Kevin Patrick San Francisco, Calif. B.S., San Francisco, 1980 
Neustein, Steven Mark West Orange, N.J. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technol- 
ogy, 1980 
Nimkin, Katherine New York, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1978 
Nordli, Douglas Ray Melville, N.Y. B.S., Haverford, 1980 
Odrich, Marc Geoffrey Riverdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
O'Keeffe, Richard Michael, Jr. Weston, Mass. B.A., Dartmouth, 1980 
Olsen, Janet Louise Queens Village, N.Y. B.A., Vassar, 1978 
Olson, Eric Jon Chadds Ford, Pa. B. A., Princeton, 1980 
Oquendo, Maria Antonia Guaynabo, Puerto Rico B.S., B.A., Tufts, 1980 
Palma, James New York, N.Y. City College of New York, 1980 
Pawlowski, Ann Margaret Lunnfield, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Peng, Benjamin C. H. Kew Gardens, N.Y. B.A., Rochester, 1980 
Pero, Robert Thomas Hyde Park, Mass. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Proano, Maritza New York, N.Y. B.A., Smith, 1980 
Rabbani, LeRoy E. New York, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1980 
Rautenberg, Mark Alan Ithaca, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1980 
Raymond, Elizabeth Gray Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Swarthmore, 1980 
Reilly, Philip Joseph New York, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Buffalo), 1976 
Reimold, Andreas Michael Dallas, Tex. B.A., Harvard, 1980 



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Rennert, Douglas Andrew New York, N.Y. B.S., Haverford, 1980 

Roberts, James Wayne Jamaica, N.Y. B.A., Harvard, 1980 

Rodrigues, Bcatriz A. Scarsdale, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1980 

Romano, Thomas Jerome Camillus, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Buffalo), 1980 

Rottkamp, John Robert Commack, N.Y. B.S., SUNY (Stony Brook), 1980 

Ruiz, Frank Westbury, N.Y. B.S., Yale, 1980 

Saladini, Vincent Rocco, Jr. New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Santos, Annabelle Villatuya Mollis, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1980 

Schmiedeberg, Phyllis N. Babylon, N.Y. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1980 

Schoen, Robert Edward Beverly Hills, Calif. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Schoenberg, Norman Island Park, N.Y. B.A., Hofstra, 1980 

Schriger, David Lawrence Englewood, N.J. B.A., Amherst, 1980 

Schwartzbach, Gary C. Flushing, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Scuderi, Donna Maria Jamaica Estates, N.Y. B.S., Adelphi, 1980 

Seymour, Neal Edward Oakdale, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 

Shaw, Andrey Shin-Yee New York, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1979 

Sheffield, Mary Katherine Longmeadow, Mass. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1980 
Singer, Meriamne Bruche New York, N.Y. B.A., Yale, 1980 
Somlo, Stefan Bronx, N.Y. B. A., Harvard, 1980 
Sorensen, Mark Francis Rockville Centre, N.Y. B.A., Duke, 1980 
Speirs, Robert Thomas Port Washington, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Stegall, Mark Dale Crosbyton, Tex. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Stork, Philip Jacques Stewart Englewood, N.J. B.S., Harvard, 1977 
Strachan, Alexander Jamaica, N.Y. B.A., Fordham, 1980 
Tamargo, Rafael Jesus Condado, Puerto Rico B.A., Princeton, 1980 
Teichman, Faye Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Brooklyn, 1980 
Tilley, Robert John Tacoma, Wash. B.S., Washington, 1980 
Torres, Ramon Antonio Bronx, N.Y. B.A., New York University, 1980 
Turey, Maureen New York, N.Y. B.A., Barnard, 1976 
Weber, Pamela Ann Buffalo, N.Y. B.S., McGill, 1980 
Westermann, Robert Bayless West Hartford, Conn. B.A., Harvard, 1980 
Westrich, David Joshua New York, N.Y. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1980 
Whitehurst, James Howell Atlanta, Ga. B.S., Vanderbilt, 1979 
Whitley, Markus Andrew Bowie, Md. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1980 
Whitlock, Mary Elizabeth Tenafly, N.J. B.A., Smith, 1980 
Wiedermann, Joseph Gad Englewood, N.J. B.A., Harvard, 1979 
Winston, Julia Lynn Oakland, N.J. B.S., Bucknell, 1979 
Wirth, Robert Lockridge Palo Alto, Calif . B.S.E., Michigan, 1974 
Witham, Rebecca Sue Needham, Mass. B.S., Yale, 1979 
Wong, Shing-Chiu East Elmhurst, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Wong, Ting Hung New York, N.Y. B.S., City College, 1980 
Yancopoulos, George Damis Elmhurst, N.Y. B.A., Columbia, 1980 
Yen, Catherine Eleanor Honolulu, Hawaii B.S., Hawaii, 1979 
Yuen, Jeffrey C. Brooklyn, N.Y. B.A., Cornell, 1977 



Index 



Absence, leave of, 43 

Academic discipline: see Regulations 

Academic year: calendar, 3-4; divisions 
44 

Administration: Joint Administrative 
Board, 8; staff, 8 

Admission(s): Committee on, 7, 26-27; 
application procedure, 26-27; require- 
ments, 26, 27; application fee, 26, 29; 
to advanced standing, 27; of foreign 
students, 27 

Administrative staff, 8 

Advanced standing, 27 

Advisory Committee to the Dean, Chair- 
men's, 7 

Affiliated hospitals, 14-16, 22-25 

Alpha Omega Alpha, 42 

Alumni Association, 42 

Anatomy: courses, 45; officers of instruc- 
tion, 55-56 

Anesthesiology: course, 46; officers of 
instruction, 56-59 

Application for degrees, 3-4, 30-31; for 
admission, 26-27; fees, 26; for financial 
aid, 32-41 

Attendance, 28 

Auditing courses, 28 

Augustus C. Long Library, 17, 20 

Awards, 39-41, 52 

Bard Hall, 12, 32 

Bard Haven Towers, 13, 32 

Bassett, Mary Imogene, Hospital, 15, 22 

Biochemistry: course, 45; officers of 

instruction, 59-60 
Biology: abnormal human, course, 44 
Biophysics and biophysical chemistry, 

special program in, 51 
Biostatistics, officers of instruction, 116 

Calendar, Academic, 3-4 

Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Re- 
search, 20-21 

Center for Community Health Systems, 
21 



Center for Psychoanalytic Training and 
Research, 50 

Certificate in psychoanalysis, 50 

Chairmen's Advisory Committee to the 
Dean, 7 

Clinical genetics, special program in, 51 

College of Physicians and Surgeons: 
history, purpose, and location, 18-20; 
program of instruction, 43-52 

Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, 
11, 18-21 

Columbia University: relation to P&S, 
history, 19-20; library, 20; campus 
facilities, 41 

Conduct, 28 

Course numbers, key to, 44 

Courses: summary of curriculum, 44; 
basic science and introductory clinical, 
44-46; major clinical year, 46-49; 
Fourth year, 49; electives, 43; for prac- 
ticing physicians and specialists, 53 

Curriculum: Committee on, 7; summary 
of, 44 

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, 5 
Degrees: application dates, 3-4, 30-31; 
dates of award, 3-4; M.S., 50; M.D., 
18, 49-50; Med. Sc.D., 53, 54; Ph.D., 
49, 50, 51; see also Certificate in 
psychoanalysis; National Board exami- 
nations 
Dental and Oral Surgery, School of, 19 
Departments of Instruction, 55-136 
Dermatology: course, 47; officers of 

instruction, 60-62 
Discipline, academic: see Regulations 
Doctor of Medical Science degree, 53, 54 
Doctor of Medicine degree, 18; in combi- 
nation with M.P.H. degree, 49; in 
combination with Ph.D. degree, 49 
Doctor of Philosophy degree; in combina- 
tion with M.D. degree, 49; in nutrition, 
50; in biophysics and biophysical chem- 
istry, 51 
Dormitories, 32 



INDEX 153 



Emeriti officers, 8-10 

Employment for spouses of students, 32 

Endowed lectureships, 52 

Endowed scholarship funds, 32-37 

Environmental Health Sciences, officers of 
instruction, 117 

Epidemiology, officers of instruction, 
117-18 

Equipment: estimated cost of, 31; require- 
ment 31-32 

Executive Committee of the Faculty 
Council, 5 

Expenses, estimated, 31; see also Fees 

Faculty Council: Executive Committee of 
the, 5; of the Faculty of Medicine, 6-7 

Faculty of Medicine, 5-10 

Fees: payment of, 3; application, 26, 29; 
health service and hospital insurance, 
29; late, 30; withdrawal and adjustment 
of, 30; see also Expenses, estimated 

Financial aid, 32-41 

Foreign students: admission of, 27; loans 
to, 37 

General Education, University Program 
of, 51 

Genetics: see Human Genetics and Devel- 
opment 

Gift funds, 37 

Grades and promotions, 43-44 

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: 
relation to P&S, 49 

Gynecology: see Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy 

Harlem Hospital Center, 14, 23 

Health administration: officers of instruc- 
tion, 118-20 

Health service, 29 

Helen Hayes Hospital, 16, 23 

History of the College and the University, 
19-20 

Hospitals, teaching, 14-16, 22-25 

Housing, 32 

Human Genetics and Development: 
course, 45; officers of instruction, 62- 
63 

Human nutrition, 21 

Institute of Cancer Research, 20-21 
Institute of Human Nutrition, 21 



International Institute for the Study of 
Human Reproduction, 21 

Joint Administrative Board, 8 

Julius and Armand Hammer Health 
Sciences Center — Augustus Long Li- 
brary, 17, 20 

Key to course numbers, 44 

Leaves of absence, 43-44 
Lectureships, endowed, 52 
Libraries: Health Sciences, 17, 20; 

University, 20, 41 
Loans, 37-39 

Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, 15, 22 

Master of Science degree: in human nutri- 
tion, 50; in physical therapy and occu- 
pational therapy, 50 

Medical service to students, 29 

Medicine: courses, 45, 46, 47; officers of 
instruction, 63-73 

Microbiology: course, 45; officers of 
instruction, 73-75 

Microscopes, 31 

Morristown Memorial Hospital, 23 

National Board examinations, 44 

Neurological Surgery, officers of instruc- 
tion, 75-76 

Neurology: teaching hospital, 22; courses, 
47; officers of instruction, 76-79 

Nondiscriminatory policies, statement of, 
18-19 

Nursing, School of, 19 

Nutrition: course, 45; special programs in, 
50; see also Institute of Human Nutri- 
tion 

Obstetrics and Gynecology: teaching hos- 
pital, 22; course, 47; officers of instruc- 
tion, 79-83 

Occupational therapy, see Physical Ther- 
apy; Master of Science degree 

Ophthalmology: teaching hospital, 22; 
officers of instruction, 83-86 

Orthopedic Surgery: teaching hospital. 
22; course, 47; officers of instruction, 
86-88 



154 INDEX 



Otolaryngology: course, 48; officers of 

instruction, 89-90 
Overlook Hospital, 16, 24 

P&S Club, 41 

Pathology: courses, 45, 46; officers of 
instruction, 90-96 

Pediatrics: teaching hospital, 22; course, 
48; officers of instruction, 96-103 

Pharmacology: course, 46; officers of 
instruction, 103-4 

Physical therapy and occupational thera- 
py, special programs in, 50; see also 
Rehabilitation Medicine 

Physicians and Surgeons: see College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 

Physiology: courses, 45, 46; officers of 
instruction, 104-5 

Population and Family Health, officers of 
instruction, 120 

Postgraduate Programs, 53-54 

Presbyterian Hospital, 8, 22 

President of the University, 5 

Prizes, 39-41, 52 

Program of instruction for the M.D. 
degree, 43; summary of curriculum, 44 

Programs, postgraduate, 53-54 

Programs, special: for the Ph.D. degree, 
49-51; in physical therapy and occupa- 
tional therapy, 50; in psychoanalytic 
medicine, 50; in nutrition, 50; in biophy- 
sics and biophysical chemistry, 51; in 
clinical genetics, 51 

Promotions, grades and, 43-44 

Psychiatric Institute, New York State, 19, 
25 

Psychiatry: teaching hospital, 22; courses, 
46, 48; officers of instruction, 105-15 

Psychoanalytic Training and Research, 
Center for, special programs, 50 

Public Health: courses, 46; officers of 
instruction, 116-23; School of, 19 

Radiology: courses, 48; officers of instruc- 
tion, 123-26 

Readmission, 43-44 

Registration, 27; dates, 3 late, 30 

Regulations, University, 27 

Rehabilitation Medicine: course, 48; offi- 
cers of instruction, 127-29 

Religious holidays and attendance, 28 



Research: cancer, 20-21; in human 
reproduction, 21; in nutrition, 21, 50; in 
clinical genetics, 51 

Residence halls, 32 

Roosevelt Hospital Division, 15, 24 

St. Luke's Hospital Center Division, 14, 
24 

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, 24 

Scholarships, 32-37 

Seminar, General Education, 51-52 

Sociomedical Sciences, officers of instruc- 
tion, 121 

Specialization: programs for, 49-51; 
graduate, 53-54 

Statement of nondiscriminatory policies, 
18-19 

Students: selection of 26-27; medical 
service to, 29; financial aid, 32-41; 
housing, 32; activities, 41 

Students, roster of: internship placement. 
Class of 1980, 137-40; Class of 1981, 
140-43; Class of 1982, 143-146; 
Class of 1983, 146-49; Class of 1984, 
149-51 

Surgery: courses, 48; officers of instruc- 
tion, 129-34 

Teaching hospitals, 14-16, 22-25 
Teaching staff of the departments: see 

under names of departments 
Transcripts, 31 
Tropical medicine: officers of instruction, 

121-22 
Tuition, 29; refund of, 30 

University Program of General Education, 

51-52 
University Rights, Reservation of, 19 
University Senate delegates, 8 
Urology: teaching hospital, 22; course, 48; 

officers of instruction, 134-36 

Vice President for Health Sciences, 5 
Visiting professorship, 52 

Washington Heights Health and Teaching 

Center, 19 
William Black Medical Research Center, 

20 
Withdrawal and adjustment of fees, 30 



The Morningside Heights Area of New York City 




The Morningside Campus & Environs 



West 123rd Street 



Jewish Theological Seminary 



West 122nd Street 



Corpus Christ! Church 



Grant Sarasota 



Bancroft The Fairholm 



West 121st Street 



Macy 
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West 120th Street 



West 119th Street 



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Affairs 



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Ferris Booth 
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West 116th Street 



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West 11 5th Street 



Woman's Hospital 



Notre Dame Church 
Ell White 



West 114th Street 



George Barry Ford 



Hogan 



Robert Watt 



Ruggles 



St Luke's Hospital 



Armstrong 



West 113th Street 



West 112th Street 



Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 
Columbia University 

HEALTH SCIENCES CAMPUS 




Alumni Auditorium 
Augustus Long Library 
Dana W. Atchley 
Pavilion 

The Babies Hospital 
Babies Hospital Research, 
Teaching, and Office 
Addition 

Bard Hall Medical Student 

Residence 

Bard Haven Towers 

William Black Medical 

Research Building 

Cancer Center/Institute of 

Cancer Research 

Central Service Building 

College of Physicians and 

Surgeons 

Center for Community 

Health Systems 



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22 

23 

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16 
20 



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School of Denial and Oral 

Surgery 

Georgian Nurses 

Residence 

Edward S. Harkness Eye 

Institute 

Eye Institute Research 

Laboratories 

Harkness Memorial Hall 

Harkness Pavilion 

Pauline A. Hartford 

Memorial Chapel 

Julius and Armand 

Hammer Health Sciences 

Center 

Institute of Human 

Nutrition 

International Institute for 

the Study of Human 

Reproduction 



6 Anna C. Maxwell Hall, 
School of Nursing 
Residence 

5 The Neurological Institute 
of New York 

6 School of Nursing 
25 Parking facilities 

17 Presbyterian Hospital 

New York Orthopedic 

Hospital 
Sloane Hospital for 

Women 
Squler Urological Clinic 
4 New York State 

Psychiatric Institute 
4 Psychoanalytic Clinic 
15 School of Public Health 
19 Radiotherapy Center 

13 Vanderbllt Clinic 

14 Vanderbllt Clinic Addition 



The Faculty of Medicine 
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 
& SURGEONS 






1981-1982 



Inquiries 

POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 

College of Physicians and Surgeons 
Columbia University 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

TELEPHONE INQUIRIES: 

Office of Admissions: (Area code 212) 694-3596 
Office of Financial Aid: (Area code 212) 694-4100 

OTHER BULLETINS OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE: 

Human Nutrition 

Nursing (including the Graduate Programs: Adult/Child Acute Care, Adult Nurse Practitioner, 
Gerontology, Maternity Nursing-Nurse Midwifery, Nurse Anesthesia, Pediatric Nursing — 
Ambulatory Care, Perinatal Nursing, Adult/Child Psychiatric-Community Mental Health) 

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy 

Continuing Education in the Heahh Sciences: Postgraduate Courses 

Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research 

Public Health 



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Columbia 
University 
Bulletin 



1981-1982 



Contents 



Academic Calendar 3 

Health Sciences Administration 6 

Faculty of Medicine 6 

College of Physicians and Surgeons and Affiliated Hospitals 19 

Admission, Registration, Expenses, and Financial Aid 27 

Application for Admission, 27. Registration, 28. Regulations, 28. Auditing Courses, 29. 
Fees, 29. Application for a Degree, 31. Requests for Transcripts, 32. Estimated Ex- 
penses, 32. Housing, 32. Financial Aid, 33. Student and Alumni Activities, 41 . 

Program of Instruction 43 

Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence, 43. Key to Course Numbers, 44. Summary 
of Curriculum, 44. Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses, 44. Major Clinical 
Year, 46. Fourth Year, 48. Special Programs, 49. Endowed Lectureships and Visiting 
Professorship, 51. Prizes and Awards, 51. 

Postgraduate Programs 53 

Departments of Instruction 55 

Anatomy and Cell Biology, 55. Anesthesiology, 56. Biochemistry, 59. Dermatology, 61. 
Human Genetics and Development, 62. Medicine, 64. Microbiology, 74. Neurological 
Surgery, 76. Neurology, 77. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 80. Ophthalmology, 84. Or- 
thopedic Surgery, 87. Otolaryngology, 89. Pathology, 91. Pediatrics, 96. Pharmacol- 
ogy, 103. Physiology, 105. Psychiatry, 106. Public Health, 117. Radiology, 126. 
Rehabilitation Medicine, 129. Surgery, 133. Urology, 138. 

First- Year Postgraduate Appointments: Class of 1981 141 

Student Roster 144 

Index 157 



Academic Calendar, 1981-1982 



Major Religious Holidays 

For a statement of University policy on absence for the observance of religious holidays see 
Admission, Registration, and Expenses — Attendance. 



JUNE 

22-26 Monday-Friday.* Registration for fourth-year students. 

22 Monday, through July 2, Thursday.' Registration for third-year students. 

JULY 

1 Wednesday. Academic year begins for fourth-year students. 

4 Saturday. Independence Day. Holiday for fourth-year students. 

6 Monday. Major Clinical Year begins for third-year students. 
AUGUST 

3 Monday. t Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in October (see 
September 10). 

24-28 Monday-Friday. Optional early registration for second-year students. 
SEPTEMBER 

3 Thursday.* Registration for first-year students. 

4 Friday.* Registration for second-year students. 

7 Monday. Labor Day. Holiday for third- and fourth-year students. 

8 Tuesday. Academic year begins for first- and second-year students. 
10 Thursday. Last day to file late applications for October degrees. 
OCTOBER 

28 Wednesday. Award of October degrees. 

NOVEMBER 

3 Tuesday. Election Day. Holiday for first- and second-year students. 

6 Friday.f Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in January (see 
December 11). 

26-27 Thursday-Friday. Thanksgiving holidays for first-, second-, and third-year 
students. 



'Students allowed to register after the period specified must pay a late fee. 
^Students who apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



4 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

DECEMBER 

1 1 Friday. Last day to file late applications for January degrees. 

19 Saturday, through January 3, 1982, Sunday. Vacation for first-, second-, and 
third-year students. 

21 Friday. First semester ends for first-year students. 
JANUARY 

4 Monday. Second semester begins for first-year students. 
27 Wednesday. Award of January degrees. 
FEBRUARY 

22 Monday. Washington's Birthday. Holiday for first- and second-year students. 

22 Monday.* Last day to apply or reapply for all degrees to be conferred in May (see 
April 1). 

MARCH 

7 Sunday. Annual Commemoration Service in St. Paul's Chapel. 
APRIL 

I Thursday. Last day to file late applications for May degrees. 

3 Saturday, through April 11, Sunday. Vacation for first- and second-year 
students. 

6-7 Tuesday-Wednesday. National Boards Part II for students failing September 
22-23 examination. 

MAY 

5 Wednesday. Dean's Day for Medical Student Research. 

19 Wednesday. Columbia University Commencement and Convocation of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

29 Saturday, through June 9, Wednesday. Study period for second-year 
students. 

31 Monday. Memorial Day. Holiday for first-, second-, and third-year students. 

JUNE 

8-9 Tuesday-Wednesday. National Boards Part I for second-year students. 

10 Thursday, through July 4, Sunday. Vacation for second-year students. 

I I Friday. Second semester ends for first-year students. 

18 Friday. Major Clinical Year concludes for third-year students. 

JULY 

1 Thursday. Elective curriculum begins for third-year students. 

5 Monday. Major Clinical Year begins for second-year students. 



^Students who apply after this date must pay a late fee. 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR 5 



Dates of National Board Exams 

Part I September 9- 1 0, 1 98 1 . Not given at P&S. 
June 8-9, 1982. Required by P&S. 

Part II September 22-23, 1981. Required by P&S. 
April 6-7, 1982. Not given at P&S. 



Health Sciences Administration 



MICHAEL I. SOVERN, LL.B., LL.D. President of the University 

ROBERT F. GOLDBERGER, M.D. Provost of the University; Vice President for Health 
Sciences 

PETER LIKINS, Ph.D. Provost of the University 

FRITZ R. STERN, Ph.D. Provost of the University 

KATHLEEN MULLINEX, Ph.D. Deputy Provost for Health Sciences 

NORMAN E. TOY, D.B. A. Deputy Vice President for Health Sciences Administration 

The Faculty of Medicine 

DONALD F. TAPLEY, M.D. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 

BERNARD CHALLENOR, M.D. Associate Dean for Hospital Affairs 

JOSE M. FERRER, M.D. Associate Dean for Postgraduate Education 

FREDERICK G. HOFMANN, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Admissions 

LINDA D. LEWIS, M.D. Associate Dean for Student Affairs 

THOMAS Q. MORRIS, M.D. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 

DOROTHY ESTES, M.D. Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs 

LESTER M. GELLER, M.D. Assistant Dean for Student and Curricular Affairs 

INEZ E. KLINCK, B. A. Assistant Dean for Academic Administration 

PAUL T. McLOUGHLIN, M.B.A. Assistant Dean for Administrative Affairs 

JOANN S. JAMANN, Ed.D. Dean of the School of Nursing 

ROBERT J. WEISS, M.D. Dean of the School of Public Health 

MICHAEL O'CONNOR, M.P.A. Assistant Dean for Administration, School of Public 
Health 

STEPHEN WOTMAN, D.D.S. Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Public 
Health 

Executive Committee of the Faculty Council 

Donald F. Tapley {chairman) Glenda J. Garvey Donald S. Kornfeld 

Henrik H. Bendixen Harold S. Ginsberg Elizabeth A. Mahoney 

William J. Casarella Sylvia P. Griffiths Henry M. Spotnitz 

Bernard D. Challenor Douglas N. Ishii Francis G. Symonds, Jr. 
Isidore S. Edelman 



Faculty Council of the Faculty of Medicine 



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Maxwell Abramson 

Dennis J. Allendorf 

George B. Ambrose 

Ronald A. Andree 

John L. Antunes 

Robert B. Armstrong 

Kimball C. Atwood 

Stephen J. Atwood 

Endre A. Balazs 

Arthur Bank 
'Jennifer J. Bell 

Henrik H. Bendixen 

Ruth E. Benesch 

John Bilezikian 

Laszlo Z. Bito 

Louis S. Blancato 

Andrew Blitzer 

Stanley Braham 
'Leonard Brand 

A. Whitley Branwood 

Marjorie A. Bredice 

Ronald Brisman 

Donald C. Brody 

Charles J. Campbell 
'Bernard Challenor 

Solan Chao 

Leonard Chess 

Stanley Cortell 

Nicholas Cunningham 

Mary G. McCrea Curnen 

Peter Danilo 

Barbara J. Decker 

Ralph B. Dell 

Darryl C. DeVivo 

Barbara S. Dohrenwend 

Anthony Donn 

John A. Downey 
*I. S. Edelman 

Nas S. Eftekhar 
'Rose Ruth Ellison 

Raimond Emmers 

Cecilia M. Fenoglio 

John J. Fenoglio 
'Kenneth A. Forde 

Harold Fox 



Alexander Garcia 
'Glenda Garvey 

Lester Geller 

Michael Gershon 
'Harold S. Ginsberg 

Alexander H. Glassman 

Arnold P. Gold 

Daniel J. Goldberg 

Carolyn P. Greenberg 

Sylvia P. Griffiths 

Ramreddy V. Guntaka 

Leonard C. Harber 

Constance J. Hayes 
"Margaret C. Heagarty 

David S. Hodes 

Brian F. Hoffman 
'Douglas Ishii 

JoAnn Jamann 

Ivo P. Janecka 

Karen Kaplan 

Arthur Karlin 

Michael Katz 

Shyam M. Khanna 
"Donald W. King 
"Thomas C. King 

Richard D. Kittredge 
'Donald S. Kornfeld 

Alvin 1. Krasna 

Dolores Kreisman 

Marianne Legato 

Linda D. Lewis 

Arnold Lisio 
'Elizabeth A. Mahoney 

Sidney Malitz 

Eric Marcus 

Eric C. Martin 

Marie-France Maylie- 
Pfenninger 

Christine Milcarek 

Dorothy A. Miller 

Thomas Q. Morris 

Jane H. Morse 

Stanley Myers 

William L. Nastuk 

Hugh Nellans 



Harold C. Neu 

Barbara C. Neuhaus 

John F. Nicholson 

Hyman Nossel 

Roman Nowygrod 

Eladio A. Nunez 

Carl A. Olsson 

Carmen Ortiz-Neu 

Timothy A. Pedley 

Smriti Penwar 

Peter J. Puchner 

John D. Rainer 

Keith Reemtsma 

Ronald O. Rieder 

James L. Roberts 

Allan G. Rosenfield 

John A. Ross 

Lewis P. Rowland 

James H. Ryan 

Kevin V. Sanborn 

Saul Sanders 

Harvey Schneier 

Gloria O. Schrager 

William B. Seaman 

David Shaffer 

Patrick E. Shrout 

Saul Silverstein 

Michael I. Sovern 
'Henry M. Spotnitz 

Bennett Stein 

Elmer Struening 

Francis L. Symonds, Jr. 

John V. Taggart 

Donald F. Tapley 

Virginia M. Tennyson 
'Gerard M. Turino 

Raymond L. Vande Wiele 

Gilbert J. Vosburgh 

Michelle P. Warren 

Robert J. Weiss 

Marcelle M. Willock 

Andrew L. Wit 
'Marianne Wolff 

Stuart Yudofsky 



Non-voting Participants 

Charles A. Ashley 
Robert S. Beekman 



'Jennifer Bell 
Arun K. Bhattacharyya 



Thomas Blumenfeld 
Robert E. Canfield 



'Member of Executive Committee 
"Senator 



8 THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



Thomas F. Dillon 
Dorothy Estes 
Jose M. Ferrer 
Gary Gambuti 
Marguerite Gates 
Rachael Goldstein 
Frederick G. Hofmann 
Frank E. laquinta 
Norman Kahn 



Eric R. Kandel 
Inez E. Klinck 
Robert Lindsay 
Paul McLoughlin 
William F. Minogue 
James A. Pierce 
Mae Rudolph 
Charles T. Ryder 
Harvey Schneier 



Sol Spiegelman 
Mervyn W. Susser 
David S. Svahn 
Gerald Thomson 
Norman E. Toy 
Stephen Wang 
Walter Wichern 
Myron Winick 
'Marianne Wolff 



Chairmen's Advisory Committee to the Dean 



Donald F. Tapley (chairman) 
Maxwell Abramson 
Charles A. Ashley 
Henrik Bendixen 
Donald A. Bradley 
Charles J. Campbell 
Robert E. Canfield 
Paul J. Cantor 
Bernard D. Challenor 
John A. Downey 
Isidore S. Edelman 
Dorothy Estes 
Jose M. Ferrer 
Allan Formicola 
Gary Gambuti 
Alexander Garcia 
Lester Geller 



Michael Gershon 
Harold S. Ginsberg 
Rachael Goldstein 
Leonard Harber 
Robert E. Heinlein 
Brian F. Hoffman 
Frederick Hofmann 
JoAnn Jamann 
Michael Katz 
Donald W. King 
Linda Lewis 
Paul McLoughlin 
Sidney Malitz 
William F. Minogue 
Thomas S. Morris 
Edward S. Noroian 
Carl Olsson 



Keith Reemtsma 
Rodolfo Reyes 
Lewis P. Rowland 
Charles T. Ryder 
William B. Seaman 
Philip J. Sharkey 
Sol Spiegelman 
Bennett Stein 
Mervyn Susser 
John V. Taggart 
Norman E. Toy 
Raymond L. Vande Wiele 
Stephen F. Wang 
Robert J. Weiss 
Alexander H. Williams 
Myron Winick 



Committees 

ADMISSIONS: Associate Dean Hofmann {chairman); Professors Bell, Blank, Braham, 
Branche, Brust, Donn, Downey, Dunton, Frantz, Gambino, Grossbard, Harvey, Housepian, 
Jagiello, Jewett, Linda Lewis {ex officio), Moore, Ortiz-Neu, Pierson, Schachter {ex officio), 
Silverstein, Jeanne A. Smith, Spotnitz, Jeffrey A. Stein, Thornhill; Dean Tapley {ex officio); 
John Markowitz and Harold Wasserman {students). 

CURRICULUM: Dr. Norman Kahn {chairman); Professors Abramson, Arkow, Atwood, 
Bertsch, Birkhoff, Shu Chien, Despommier, C. Fenoglio, J. Fenoglio, Fine, Geller, Ginsberg, 
Gold, Harvey, Hoffman, Horowitz, Keim, Linda Lewis {ex officio), Lorch, Marcus, Myers, 
Nicholson, Nocenti, Nunez, Petrie, Post, Rosenberg, Sanborn, Spotnitz, B. D. Srinivasan; Flora 
Atkins (ex officio), Rachael Goldstein {ex officio); and Ian Gilchrist, Peter Kao, Virginia Munro, 
Rocky Schoen, Mark Sultan, and Paul Wang {students). 



Delegates to the University Senate 

Jennifer J. Bell, Leonard Brand, Margaret C. Heagarty, Donald W. King, Thomas C. King, 
Gerard Turino, Marianne Wolff, and two student delegates. 



"Senator 



THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 9 



Joint Administrative Board 

REPRESENTING COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Thomas D. Flynn, David B. Hertz, Joan 
Konner, Walsh McDermott, and Michael I. Sovern 

REPRESENTING PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL: John W. Brooks, Thomas H. Choate, Felix 
E. Demartini, George S. Dillon, Jon R. Katzenbach, Ralph F. Leach, Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr., 
and Myles V. Whalen, Jr. 



Administrative Staff 

TERI VAN TATENHOVE. Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Health Sciences 

MARY J. SULLIVAN. Assistant to the Dean 

BERNIS D. MOSS, Jr. Business Officer 

SHEILA BRENNER. Financial Aid Officer 

JOAN BENNIS. Director of the Office of Admissions 

Officers Emeriti 

HENRY AR ANOW, JR. Lambert Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

DANA W. ATCHLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

VIOLA BERNARD. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

STANLEY BRADLEY. Bard Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

HAROLD W. BROWN. Professor Emeritus of Parasitology 

GORDON M. BRUCE. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthalmology 

LESTER CAHN. Professor Emeritus of Oral Pathology 

MARY E. CALLAHAN. Professor Emeritus of Physical Therapy 

ARTHUR C ARR . Professor Emeritus of Medical Psychology 

SIDNEY CARTER. Professor Emeritus of Neurology 

ERWIN CH ARGAFF. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

JOHN J. CONLEY. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Otolaryngology 

WILFRED M. COPENHAVER. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

ANDRE F. COURNAND. Professor Emeritus of Medicine 

DAVID CO WEN . Professor Emeritus of Neuropathology 

GEORGE F. CRIKELAIR. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery 

EDWARD C. CURNEN, Jr. Carpentier Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

ROBERT C. DARLING. Simon Baruch Professor Emeritus of Physical Medicine and 
Rehabilitation 




Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 




View of Bard Hall from Riverside Drive 



to 





Martin Luther King, Jr., Pavilion, Harlem Hospital Center 




jJ 







St. Luke's Hospital Center 





Roosevelt Hospital 




Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 




Overlook Hospital 




Helen Hayes Hospital 




Julius and Armand Hammer Health Sciences Center- 
Augustus Long Library 



The College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 
and Affiliated Hospitals 



The College of Physicians and Surgeons is guided by the principle that medical education is 
university education. The acquisition of knowledge and skills is important in professional 
education, but far more vital is a profound understanding of the science, the art, and the ethic 
within which both knowledge and skill are applied. As a part of Columbia University, the 
College builds its curriculum, selects its officers of instruction, and marshals its enormous 
resources of equipment and clinical experience to develop in the student this understanding of 
medicine. Within the curriculum for the M.D. degree is the fundamental knowledge upon 
which later specialization is built, and from which the natural bent is discovered toward general 
or special practice, or toward research, teaching, or administration. The postgraduate 
programs of the College provide training in the specialties, help the graduate physician to 
keep abreast of new knowledge, and support the research from which the physician's 
knowledge develops. 

Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policies 

The University is required by certain Federal statutes and administrative regulations to publish 
the following statements: 

Consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as 
amended, and Part 86 of 45 C.F.R., the University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in 
the conduct or operation of its education programs or activities (including employment therein 
and admission thereto). Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and Part 86 of 45 
C.F.R. may be referred to Ms. Rosalind S. Fink, the Director of the University's Office of Equal 
Opportunity and Affirmative Action (305 Low Memorial Library, New York, N.Y. 10027, 
telephone 212-280-5511), or to the Director, Office for Civil Rights (Region II), 26 Federal 
Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10007. 

Columbia University admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the 
rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at 
the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in 
administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, 
and athletic and other University-administered programs. 

Consistent with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as 
amended, and Part 84 of 45 C.F.R. , the University does not discriminate on the basis of 
handicap in admission or access to, or employment in, its programs and activities. Section 503 
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires affirmative action to employ and advance in 
employment qualified handicapped workers. 

The University in addition desires to call attention to other laws and regulations that protect 
employees, students, and applicants. 

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination on the basis of 
race, color, or national origin in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance. 
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits employment discrimination 
because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Executive Order 11246, as amended, 
prohibits discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin 
and requires affirmative action to ensure equality of opportunity in all aspects of employ- 
ment. 

The Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in rates of pay. The 
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, prohibits discrimination in 
employment on the basis of age. 



20 COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



The Columbia University Senate on December 1, 1978, passed a resolution announcing its 
general educational policy on discrimination which reaffirms the University's commitment to 
nondiscriminatory policies in the above-mentioned categories, as well as its policy not to 
discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. 

Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as 
amended, prohibits job discrimination and requires affirmative action to employ and advance 
in employment qualified special disabled veterans and veterans of the Vietnam era. 

All employees, students, and applicants are protected from coercion, intimidation, interfer- 
ence or discrimination for filing a complaint or assisting in an investigation under any of the 
foregoing policies and laws. 

The University's Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action has also been 
designated to coordinate the University's compliance activities under each of the programs 
referred to above. Any employee who believes that he or she has been denied equal 
opportunity should contact this Office, which will investigate complaints and counsel 
employees on questions relating to equal opportunity and affirmative action. 

The University's Equal Opportunity Office has also been designated to coordinate the 
University's compliance activities under each of the programs referred to above. 

Reservation of University Rights 

This bulletin is intended for the guidance of persons applying for or considering application for 
admission to Columbia University and for the guidance of Columbia students and faculty. The 
bulletin sets forth in general the manner in which the University intends to proceed with 
respect to the matters set forth herein, but the University reserves the right to depart without 
notice from the terms of this bulletin. This bulletin is not intended to be and should not be 
regarded as a contract between the University and any student or other person. 

History of the College and University 

Columbia University began as King's College, which was founded in 1754 by royal grant of 
George II, King of England, "for the Instruction of Youth in the Learned Languages, and the 
Liberal Arts and Sciences." The American Revolution interrupted its program, but in 1784 it 
was reopened as Columbia College. In 1912 the title was changed to Columbia University in 
the City of New York. 

King's College organized a medical faculty in 1767 and was the first institution in the North 
American Colonies to confer the degree of Doctor of Medicine. The first graduates in medicine 
from the College were Robert Tucker and Samuel Kissam, who received the degree of 
Bachelor of Medicine in May 1769, and that of Doctor of Medicine in May 1770 and May 
1771, respectively. Instruction in medicine was given until interrupted by the Revolution and 
the occupation of New York by the British, which lasted until November 25, 1783. In 1784 
instruction was resumed in the academic departments, and in December of the same year the 
medical faculty was reestablished. In 1814 the medical faculty of Columbia College was 
merged with the College of Physicians and Surgeons, which had obtained an independent 
charter in 1807. In 1860, by agreement between the Trustees of the two institutions, the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons became the Medical Department of Columbia College; 
from that time on the diplomas of the graduates were signed by the President of Columbia 
College as well as by the President of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. The connection 
was only a nominal one, however, until 1891, when the college was incorporated as an integral 
part of the University. Since September 1917, women have been admitted to the College on 
the same basis as men. 

The Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center was opened in the spring of 1928, seven years 
after the establishment of a permanent alliance between Columbia University and the 
Presbyterian Hospital. It consists of the following units: the divisions of the University Faculty 
of Medicine (the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the School of Nursing, the School of 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 21 



Public Health); the University School of Dental and Oral Surgery; the Presbyterian Hospital 
and its subdivisions; the New York State Psychiatric Institute; and the Washington Heights 
Health and Teaching Center. 

The Medical Center occupies a plot of land given to Columbia University and the 
Presbyterian Hospital by Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness and Mr. Edward S. Harkness. It 
comprises about twenty acres extending from West 165th Street to West 168th Street and 
from Broadway to Riverside Drive and is readily accessible from all parts of the city. A map of 
the Medical Center is given on the inside back cover. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons is at 630 West 168th Street between Broadway 
and Fort Washington Avenue in a seventeen-story building, each floor of which connects with 
the wards and services of the Presbyterian Hospital. The William Black Medical Research 
Building is a twenty-story building, containing research laboratories for the faculty members of 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. It is connected with the College building and is located 
at 168th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. The Julius and Armand Hammer Health 
Sciences Center, a twenty-story structure diagonally opposite the William Black Medical 
Research Building, opened its teaching, research, and library facilities in 1976. 

Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library 

The Columbia University Health Sciences Library is housed in the Julius and Armand 
Hammer Health Sciences Center, 701 West 168th Street. The four floors occupied by the 
library offer a comfortable atmosphere conducive to study, including such amenities as 
individual study carrels, group study and conference rooms, typing rooms, and a leisure 
reading lounge. 

With more than 360,000 volumes and a staff of 40, the Health Sciences Library is one of 
the largest medical center libraries in the United States. It is well able to serve the needs of 
faculty, students, and researchers in the health sciences disciplines. More than 3,000 
periodicals are received regularly. An entire floor of the library has been designated as a 
media center and is equipped with a variety of audiovisual materials. In addition to traditional 
reference services, the library offers computerized literature searching on several data bases, 
including MEDLARS. Materials describing library services are available on request. 

Other Columbia libraries, located on the Morningside campus, are open to all students and 
faculty who carry Columbia identification cards. The main collection is housed in Butler 
Library; special and departmental collections are housed in other buildings on the campus. 
Columbia students and faculty are also permitted access to the collections of approximately 
twenty other research institutions including Stanford and Yale Universities, under the auspices 
of the Research Libraries Group. Information about the Research Libraries Group can be 
obtained from the Health Sciences Library. 

Cancer Center/Institute of Cancer Research 

The Cancer Research Center was established in 1973. In 1977 it was designated the Cancer 
Center/Institute of Cancer Research. In 1979 the Center was awarded Comprehensive status 
by the National Cancer Institute in recognition of its broad responsibility for research, patient 
care, and cancer control activities. The Center coordinates, integrates, and facilitates cancer 
research, education, and patient care in the Health Sciences Faculties of Columbia University 
and its affiliated hospitals in New York City — Presbyterian, St. Luke's, Roosevelt, Harlem — 
as well as Overlook in Summit, New Jersey, and Morristown Memorial Hospital in New 
Jersey. The Cancer Center was organized to effect the efficient and cooperative use of all 
Center resources, maximize the dissemination of information among Center personnel, and 
facilitate the rapid translation of cancer research findings into programs for improving 
capabilities for the prevention of cancer and the care of patients with cancer. 

The Institute of Cancer Research of Columbia University, College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, was established in 1911 with funds bequeathed to the University by George 



22 COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

Crocker. It moved from its original quarters on 116th Street to the campus of the 
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in 1938. 

The Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Institute of Cancer Research were separated in 
1980 to function as two separate entities. While both are mutually involved in a clinical and 
basic research cancer effort, their administrations function autonomously. 

Center for Community Health Systems 

The Center for Community Health Systems is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental 
health services and health policy research and development center which enlists varied 
resources of the University, particularly those of the Faculty of Medicine and its affiliated 
hospitals, in a systematic study of problems in the organization and delivery of health care, 
with a predominant, though not exclusive, focus on urban areas. 

Institute of Human Nutrition 

The Institute of Human Nutrition is an interdisciplinary unit whose mission is to study all 
aspects of nutrition that relate to human health. The Institute is organized into three primary 
divisions: Growth and Development, Nutrition and Metabolism, and Community Nutrition. 
Although each division conducts its own research program and offers its own program of 
instruction, these are highly integrated in order to achieve two basic goals: research in all areas 
of human nutrition and an integrated teaching program in areas of nutrition relevant to the 
physician and medical scientist. 

To achieve this integration of purpose and at the same time allow for the specialization 
necessary for the best research and teaching, combined research projects between the 
divisions are under way, and joint seminars and courses involving faculty and students in all 
three divisions are conducted. Constant interchange of ideas is fostered through weekly 
combined staff conferences and special lectures which are open to the medical center 
community. Through its Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and postdoctoral programs, 
the Institute aims to train individuals for scholarly activities in university and research centers 
that are in the forefront of the movement to advance nutrition as a health science. 

The facilities of the Institute include laboratories in the William Black Medical Research 
Center, and the Obesity Center and Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center at St. Luke's 
Hospital Center. The office of the Director and other administrative offices are located on the 
seventh floor of the Health Sciences Center. 

International Institute for the Study 
of Human Reproduction 

The International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction was founded in 1965 by Dr. 
Howard C. Taylor and was made possible by a substantial grant from the Ford Foundation. 
The primary purpose of the founders was to foster research in the sciences relevant to the 
solution of the world population problem. In more recent years, the aims of the Institute have 
been interpreted more broadly to include reproductive health services for women, interna- 
tional research and technical assistance, social science research, and academic programs. The 
Institute now consists of three centers. 

The Center for Reproductive Sciences is composed of an interdisciplinary group of 
investigators devoting themselves to the study of the biochemical and physiological aspects of 
reproduction in men and women. It also comprises a clinical division involved in the diagnosis 
and treatment of the diseases of female reproduction. 

The aims of the Center for Population and Family Health are more specifically relevant to 
the social consequences of human reproduction. The Center's community-oriented Reproduc- 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS • AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 23 

tive Health Services for Women Unit, in cooperation with the division of ambulatory care of 
the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, provides care, with emphasis on services for 
adolescents, to the community surrounding the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. The 
Center's International Research and Technical Assistance Unit works with a number of foreign 
governments and with private organizations toward improved basic health and family planning 
services for poor people in developing countries. The Social Sciences Research Unit conducts 
ongoing evaluations of the Center's domestic reproductive service programs and carries out a 
basic research program on the causes and consequences of adolescent fertility. Finally, as a 
division of the School of Public Health, the Center provides academic programs leading to the 
M.P.H. and Dr.P.H. degrees in the fields of population/family planning, maternal and child 
health, and public health nutrition. 

A third unit has recently been added to the Institute: the Center for Male Reproduction. The 
Center consists of an interdisciplinary group of basic scientists and clinicians engaged in the 
study and treatment of the diseases of the male reproductive system. 

The offices of the Centers for Reproductive Sciences and for Male Reproduction are at 630 
West 168th Street and the office for the Center for Population and Family Health is at 60 
Haven Avenue, Floor B-3, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Affiliated Hospitals 

The Presbyterian Hospital 

Founded in 1868, the Hospital joined with the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons to 
form the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, which opened in 1928. Under the terms of 
the permanent alliance agreement with Columbia University, members of the hospital staff are 
appointed by the Board of Trustees of the hospital on nomination by the Trustees of the 
University. The Presbyterian Hospital has an overall capacity of 1,291 beds and 48 
bassinets. 

The Hospital includes all of the individual units described !ielow: 

Presbyterian Hospital is the single largest hospital unit. 

The New York Orthopaedic Hospital opened as a dispensary in 1866 largely because of the 
interest taken in the care of the crippled by Theodore Roosevelt, father of the president of the 
same name. The hospital was located in its own buildings at 420 East 59th Street until 
December 1950, when it was merged with the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Squier Urological Clinic is the Urology Service of the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Shane Hospital for Women was built at West 59th Street and Amsterdam Avenue and 
presented to Columbia University by Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sloane in 1886. It now is part of 
the Presbyterian Hospital's new Center for Women and Children. 

Harkness Pavilion, erected when the Medical Center was established in 1928, is available for 
the accommodation of private and semiprivate patients from various services. 

Babies Hospital, founded in 1887, provides for general medical and surgical care of infants 
and children up to their late teens, and care for premature babies. It is now part of the Center 
for Women and Children. 

Neurological Institute, one of the first nongovernmental hospitals in the country for the 
treatment of diseases of the nervous system, was founded in 1909. It moved from East 67th 
Street to the Medical Center in 1929. The Institute includes facilities added in 1960 for 
psychiatric patients. 

The Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute, opened in 1933, has complete facilities for the medical 
and surgical treatment of adults and children with diseases of the eye. On January 1, 1940, 
the work of the Herman Knapp Memorial Eye Hospital was taken over by the Institute. 



24 AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 



Vanderbilt Clinic was presented to Columbia University by the Vanderbilt family in 1888 and 
is the outpatient department for the Presbyterian Hospital. 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York, is a rural hospital combining 
the characteristics of a university medical center with a dedication to the delivery of both 
primary health services to the local community and highly specialized services to a large 
referral area. The hospital has 186 beds and a staff of specialists who are all salaried and full 
time. In 1979 there were 116,764 visits to the Outpatient Department. The teaching program 
for house staff and students is a highly personalized one based on a team approach to medical 
care. Members of the staff conduct biomedical research and are interested in models for the 
delivery of health care to the community. The library is unusually extensive for a hospital of 
this size, with over 23,000 volumes and about 350 subscribed journals. Since 1947 the 
hospital has had a formal affiliation with Columbia, and currently about 60 students from 
Columbia elect programs at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital. 

Harlem Hospital Center 

Harlem Hospital Center, founded in 1887, is a general hospital of nearly 1,100 beds serving 
Central Harlem and environs, responsible for the care of approximately 400,000 people. The 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, through a contractual arrangement with the New York 
City Health and Hospitals Corporation, is responsible for all professional services in this 
hospital and nominates its entire professional staff. 

This affiliation presents a unique opportunity for teaching students, interns, and residents in 
the traditional disciplines of medicine and provides increasing opportunities for involvement in 
community medicine. 

The Helen Hayes Hospital 

The Helen Hayes Hospital at West Haverstraw, New York, founded in 1900, is an 
independent rehabilitation hospital with complete medical services, owned and operated by 
the state through the New York State Health Department. Since 1966 the hospital has had a 
formal affiliation with Columbia University. The medical specialties and allied health profes- 
sionals are organized into disability units that provide comprehensive care through an 
integrated team approach, providing unique educational opportunities for residents and allied 
health students. The hospital has 800 admissions and 6,000 outpatient visits a year. In 1980 a 
new 213-bed hospital building was opened, renovation of existing research facilities was 
completed, work began on construction of new research quarters, and plans were completed 
for establishment of several major new research centers. The Hospital's long-standing 
program of bioengineering research now becomes the Orthopedic Engineering and Research 
Center; to this will be added the Regional Bone Center, Regional Arthritis Center, and Skeletal 
Pathology Center. 

Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Morristown Memorial Hospital is a regional hospital center offering comprehensive health 
services for the entire family. It is a voluntary, nonprofit institution with a history of community 
service dating back to 1892. The hospital has become a central health care facility serving 
Morris, Warren, Sussex, and Somerset counties, and a medical referral center for all of 
northwest New Jersey. Morristown Memorial is also a teaching hospital, with programs for 



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medical, nursing, and technical staff. It became affiliated with the College of Physicians & 
Surgeons in 1979. Morristown Memorial, Overlook Hospital in Summit, and St. Barnabas 
Hospital in Livingston are members of the Shared Services Consortium pioneering regionalized 
health care services in northern New Jersey. With 689 beds, 1,700 employees, 678 nurses, a 
medical and dental staff of more than 400, and a full spectrum of basic and highly specialized 
services, Morristown Memorial combines the traditional advantages of a community hospital 
with the advanced capabilities of a progressive medical center. The hospital has two divisions: 
one where the emphasis is on acute care; the other, a center for preadmission testing, geriatric 
extended care, outpatient and alcoholic services, and planned facilities for subacute and 
rehabilitative care. 

Overlook Hospital 

Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey, is a 540-bed suburban community hospital, 
founded in 1906, which became a teaching affiliate of the Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons in 1975. It is a general, voluntary, nonprofit institution accommodat- 
ing 20,000 inpatients and 100,000 outpatients each year. Overlook offers particularly strong 
training in family practice and primary care internal medicine and pediatrics through a 
program of broad-based clinical experience for graduate physicians. Outreach programs have 
been pioneered in alcoholism and other addictive illness, home-care-based hospice, and mobile 
intensive care utilizing paramedics. 

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

St. Luke's Hospital Center, which has included Woman's Hospital since 1953, merged with 
The Roosevelt Hospital in 1979, forming a Hospital Center containing 1,363 beds and serving 
a catchment area spanning Manhattan's west side from 34th to 134th Streets. Both hospitals 
had maintained teaching affiliations with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia 
University for many years before 1971, when they each became full University hospitals. 
Under the terms of the affiliation with Columbia University, new members of the medical staff 
are appointed by the Hospital Center's Board of Trustees after they have received 
appointments as officers of instruction at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

St. Luke's Hospital Center Division 

St. Luke's was established in 1850 and has been on Morningside Heights next to the main 
Columbia campus since 1896. It merged with Woman's Hospital in 1953, and today the 
hospital complex contains 780 beds, including 45 pediatric beds, 59 obstetric beds, and 50 
bassinets. Approximately 24,000 patients are admitted yearly to the four major and eleven 
specialty services. The attending staff numbers 600 doctors; the house staff consists of 219 
residents and fellows. 

St. Luke's is recognized as a leader in such fields as heart surgery, kidney transplantation, 
artificial kidney treatments, and noninvasive diagnosis (ultrasound). The Hospital Center's 
clinically oriented research projects are involved in such areas as blood diseases, coronary 
artery disease, gastroenterology, obesity and nutrition (it is the site of the only federally funded 
obesity research center), pulmonary disease, renal transplant-immunology, and bioengineer- 
ing. A medical library of 22,000 volumes is an integral part of the Hospital Center. St. Luke's 
is both a major referral institution and a community hospital. The more than fifty specialty and 
subspecialty clinics see 50,000 patients yearly (totaling approximately 200,000 visits); the 
Emergency Room is one of the busiest in Manhattan, with 76,000 visits annually. The Hospital 
Center also operates extensive community programs in alcoholism treatment, drug detoxifica- 
tion, and mental health. 



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Roosevelt Hospital Division 



The Roosevelt Hospital treated its first patient in 1871. It contains 583 beds and bassinets. 
There are about 217,000 outpatient and emergency-room visits annually. Approximately 
19,000 patients are admitted to this hospital yearly. The hospital is engaged in many research 
and teaching activities. There are 159 members on the house staff. A new research building 
containing 52,000 square feet of laboratory space for all departments was opened in 1973. 
The medical library contains 17,000 volumes and subscribes to 550 medical and technical 
journals. The hospital is actively engaged in community programs, as represented by its 
Children and Youth Program and by its Drug Addiction and Alcoholism Programs and many 
other outreach and community services sponsored by the Departments of Pediatrics, 
Psychiatry, and Medicine, and the ambulatory care division. 

New York State Psychiatric Institute 

The Institute was built and is maintained by the New York State Department of Mental 
Hygiene. Through a contractual arrangement, it is affiliated with the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. The Institute's functions are to carry out research on the causes and treatment of 
psychiatric disorders and the education of those entering the mental health field. The Institute 
currently maintains twelve major research laboratories, a hospital, and a number of special- 
ized outpatient departments providing diagnostic and treatment facilities. A new thirteen-story 
research building is scheduled to open in late 1981. 



Admission, Registration, Expenses, 
and Financial Aid 



Entering classes are enrolled in the College in September of each year. The minimum 
requirement for admission is attendance for three full academic years at an approved college 
of arts and sciences. Most applicants present four academic years and a bachelor's degree, 
although these are not required. The composition of our entering classes indicates, however, 
that only a relatively small number of three-year students have been accepted in the past by 
our Committee on Admissions. 

The college program must have included English, physics, biology, organic chemistry 
(including at least one semester of laboratory), and some other courses in chemistry covering at 
least one academic year each. These requirements have been designated as mandatory not 
only by our faculty but by various state medical licensure boards as well; accordingly, 
applicants cannot be excused from them. Courses in genetics and embryology will be useful 
but are not required. Students applying for admission must also have taken the Medical 
College Admission Test in the spring or autumn of the year of application, but only if the test 
scores will be sent to medical schools in the State of New York; if the scores will not be sent to 
this school, the requirement will be waived for all applicants. The student may have 
concentrated in any area — in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, or arts — but 
evidence of a balanced education, as well as demonstrated interest and ability in the natural 
sciences, is preferred. 

Application Procedure 

Application for admission must be filed on a special form obtained from the Admissions Office 
of the Faculty of Medicine. Applications should be submitted as promptly as possible, though 
they are accepted only for the next incoming class; requests for application forms may be 
submitted one year in advance of registration. The completed form must be accompanied by 
the application fee of $25. The fee helps to cover the cost of processing the application; it is 
therefore not returnable and is not credited toward tuition. 

Applicants will be notified when their applications have been received. The Committee on 
Admissions, however, evaluates only completed applications, that is, those for which letters of 
recommendation have been received, along with MCAT scores and transcripts. Applicants will 
be notified, also, when their applications have been completed; if such notification is not 
received within sixty days after the date of the preliminary processing of an application, 
applicants should make inquiries at the Admissions Office to learn which items have not yet 
been received. Failure to receive letters of recommendation and transcripts is the most 
common cause of delay in the completion of applications. 

If a personal interview is required in connection with the application, it will be requested 
only by the Admissions Office. 

Selection of Students 

The Committee on Admissions devotes months to the task of selecting a class of 148 from a 
very large number of applicants. Obviously there will be many well-qualified students whom 
the College will not be able to accept. The Faculty of Medicine recognizes its obligations in the 
field of medical education and research not only to the local area but to the nation as well. 
Admission will not be offered to any applicant who has not been interviewed by one of the 
College's representatives. Impressions from such an interview, as well as scores on the MCAT 
and academic records, will be considered in selecting individuals for admission. Other selection 
criteria are listed below. 

The Committee places great importance on the fact that the students have learned to think 



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for themselves, to explore, to work hard under their own initiative, to consider alternatives and 
make decisions, and to develop a desire for a continuous program of self-education. In the 
selection of students, preference is given to those who, in the opinion of the Committee on 
Admissions, have shown high achievement in their college education, a mature sense of values, 
sound motivation, qualities of leadership, and ability to assume responsibility, and to those who 
have already given evidence that they are qualified to complete all requirements of our 
curriculum and to graduate as ethical, compassionate, and competent physicians. 

The practice of medicine is both a science and an art, and to treat the patient as a whole 
person, the doctor must be a whole person. Students planning a career in medicine should be 
motivated toward becoming leaders in medical thinking, rather than technicians, because 
medical practice is both a private enterprise and a public responsibility. The liberal arts college 
offers the opportunity to prepare for a happier and more useful life of citizenship. Years of 
specialization lie ahead in a professional career, but the foundation of all advanced study is a 
broad liberal education, of which science is a part. 

Admission to Advanced Standing 

Only a very small number of vacancies occur during the medical course, and students can be 
accepted on transfer from other schools only when such vacancies do arise. Any student 
desiring to transfer from an accredited school of medicine to the upper classes of the College 
should communicate with the Admissions Office to learn if a vacancy exists. 

Admission of Foreign Students 

Applicants need not be citizens of this country but preferably should have received their 
premedical education at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada. 
Applications may be submitted by individuals who have been educated elsewhere, but in the 
past the Committee on Admissions has had great difficulty in finding a satisfactory means of 
evaluating the caliber of education available in the many colleges and universities throughout 
the world. Likewise, the Committee will accept applications for admission with advanced 
standing to this school from individuals who have begun their medical education in schools 
outside the United States and Canada, but again it has usually been able to admit relatively 
few individuals, either to an entering class or with advanced standing, whose previous 
education has not been obtained in this country or Canada. 

Registration 

Before attending classes, each student must register in person at the Office of the Registrar 
during the registration period listed in the Academic Calendar. The Office of the Registrar, on 
the first floor of the Black Building, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Saturdays, 
Sundays, and holidays. 

All students will be asked to give Social Security numbers when registering in the 
University. Any who do not now have a number should obtain one from their local Social 
Security office well in advance of registration. 

Regulations 

According to University regulations, each person whose registration has been completed will 
be considered a student of the University during the term for which he or she is registered 
unless the student's connection with the University is officially severed by withdrawal or 
otherwise. No student registered in any school or college of the University shall at the same 
time be registered in any other school or college, either of Columbia University or of any other 



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institution, without the specific authorization of the dean or director of the school or college of 
the University in which he or she is first registered. 

The privileges of the University are not available to any student until he or she has 
completed registration. A student who is not officially registered for a University course may 
not attend the course unless granted auditing privileges (see below). No student may register 
after the stated period without the written consent of the appropriate dean or director. 

The University reserves the right to withhold the privilege of registration or any other 
University privilege from any person with unpaid indebtedness to the University. 

Conduct 

All members of the University community, its visitors and guests, are governed by the Rules of 
University Conduct, which apply to all demonstrations, including rallies and picketing, that 
take place on or at a University facility. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all 
provisions, regulations, and procedures contained in the Rules. Copies are available in the 
Office of the University Senate, 406 Low Memorial Library. 

Attendance 

Students are held accountable for absences incurred owing to late enrollment. 

Religious Holidays 

It is the policy of the University to respect its members' observance of their major religious 
holidays. Officers of administration and of instruction responsible for the scheduling of required 
academic activities or essential services are expected to avoid conflict with such holidays as 
much as possible. Such activities include examinations, registration, and various deadlines that 
are a part of the academic calendar. 

Where scheduling conflicts prove unavoidable, no student will be penalized for absence for 
religious reasons, and alternative means will be sought for satisfying the academic require- 
ments involved. If a suitable arrangement cannot be worked out between the student and the 
instructor involved, students and instructors should consult the appropriate dean or director. If 
an additional appeal is needed, it may be taken to the Provost. 

Auditing Courses 

Degree candidates in good standing who are enrolled for a full-time program in the current 
term may audit one or two courses (except during the summer term) in any division of the 
University without charge by filing a formal application in the Registrar's Office (Black 
Building, Room 138) no later than September 12 in the autumn term and January 28 in the 
spring term. Applications require (a) the certification of the Registrar that the student is eligible 
to audit and (b) the approval of the dean of the school in which the courses are offered. 

For obvious reasons, elementary language courses, studio courses, applied music courses, 
laboratory courses, and seminars are not open to auditors; other courses may be closed 
because of space limitations. In no case will an audited course appear on a student's record, 
nor is it possible to turn an audited course into a credit course by paying the fee after the fact. 
Courses previously taken for credit may not be audited. 

Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute for medical students, are subject to change at any 
time at the discretion of the Trustees. 



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Beginning with the academic year 1979-1980, University charges such as tuition and fees, 
residence halls, and board plans may be paid at the student's convenience during the term. 
The full amount of any charge may be paid when due without penalty, or payment may be 
made in installments. If partial payments are made, a finance charge of 1 percent a month is 
assessed on amounts not paid by the due date shown on the monthly bill. In either event, 
however, the student is required to sign a Retail Installment Credit Agreement at the time of 
registration which sets forth the full terms and conditions of payment. All charges must be paid 
by the end of the term. 

Tuition, the student health service fee, and the health insurance premium are payable as 
part of registration. (If the student chooses to pay tuition in two installments, one half of the 
tuition is payable at registration in September and the other half is payable in January.) If 
these fees are paid after the last day of registration (see the Academic Calendar), they will not 
be reduced, and a minimum late fee of $50 will be imposed. Checks for tuition and fees should 
be made payable to Columbia University. 

Tuition 

For the full course in medicine for one academic year (or the equivalent), payable in two 
instaUments $8,600.00 

Health Service and Hospital Insurance Fees 

The following fees, prescribed by statute, are subject to change at the discretion of the 
Trustees. For all full-time students, per year (September 1 -August 31) 

Health service fee $255.00 

Hospital insurance premium 188.00 

The student health service fee contributes to the cost of operating the Student Health 
Service. The hospital insurance fee pays the annual premium to the Associated Hospital 
Service of New York. Participation in these programs is compulsory for all full-time students; 
students who already carry hospital insurance, however, will be charged the health service fee 
only. Proof of comparable coverage must be shown at the time of registration. Upon payment 
of additional fees, students can acquire hospital insurance coverage for their dependents and 
the latter are eligible to receive the benefits of the health service program. Students should 
consult the Office of the Registrar, Black Building, Room 138, for further information on 
dependent coverage. 

The Student Health Service, which holds daily office hours, is on the street level of Bard 
Haven Tower 1 (60 Haven Avenue). 

Application Fees 

For admission $25.00 

For late application, or late renewal of application, for a degree 50.00 

Late Registration Fees 

Full-Time Part-Time 

During late registration $ 50.00 $50.00 

Up to four weeks after late registration 100.00 60.00 

Four to eight weeks after late registration 150.00 70.00 

Eight to twelve weeks after late registration 200.00 80.00 

Beyond twelve weeks after late registration 250.00 90.00 



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Withdrawal and Adjustment of Fees 

A student in good academic standing who is not subject to discipline will always be given an 
honorable dismissal if he or she wishes to withdraw from the University. Withdrawal is defined 
as the dropping of one's entire program in a given semester as opposed to dropping a portion 
of one's program. 

Any student withdrawing must notify the Registrar in writing: failure to attend classes or 
notification of instructors does not constitute formal withdrawal and will result in failing grades 
in all courses. Any adjustment of the tuition that the student has paid is reckoned from the 
date on which the Registrar receives the student's written notification. Application fees, late 
fees, and special fees are not refundable. 

Up to and including the second Saturday after the first day of classes, tuition will be retained 
in the following amount: 

Full-time study $75.00 

Part-time study 40.00 

After the second Saturday after the first day of classes in the term, the above amount is 
retained, plus an additional percentage of the remaining tuition (as indicated in the schedule 
below), for each week, or part of a week, of the term up to the date on which the student's 
written notice of withdrawal is received by the Registrar. 



Adjustment Schedule 



Second Saturday after first 

day of classes 
Week following second 

Saturday after first day 

of classes 
Second following week 
Third following week 
Fourth following week 
Fifth following week 
Sixth following week 
Seventh following week 
Eighth following week 



Minimum Fees 


Percentage of 


Retained 


Remaining Tuition Retained 


$40 or $75 





40 or 75 


10 


40 or 75 


20 


40 or 75 


30 


40 or 75 


45 


40 or 75 


60 


40 or 75 


75 


40 or 75 


90 


40 or 75 


100 (no adjustment) 



Application or Renewal of 
Application for a Degree 

Degrees are awarded three times a year — in October, January, and May. A candidate for any 
Columbia degree (except the Ph.D. degree) must file an application with the Registrar, 630 
West 168th Street. In the 1981-1982 academic year, the last day to file for an October 
degree is August 3; for a January degree, November 6; and for a May degree, February 22. A 
late fee of $50 will be charged after these dates and until the expiration of the late filing period 
for each conferral date (September 10 for October degrees, December 11 for January 
degrees, April 1 for May degrees). Applications received after the late filing period will 
automatically be applied to the next conferral date. 

If the student fails to earn the degree by the conferral date for which he or she has made 
application, the student may renew the application. A $50 late fee will be charged for late 
filing of renewals of application according to the same schedule as for original applications (see 
above.) 



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Requests for Transcripts 

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended prohibits the release of 
educational records by institutions without the specific written consent of the student or 
alumnus. Students or alumni may request copies of their records by writing to the Office of the 
Registrar, 201 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 10027. Official copies 
will be sent directly by the University only to an official address such as another university, a 
business firm, or government agency. However students or alumni may request that unofficial 
copies of their transcripts (stamped "Student Copy") be sent directly to them. 

There is a charge of $5 for each transcript requested singly, or $5 for the first copy and $1 
for each additional copy requested at the same time. There is no charge for intrauniversity 
copies sent between University offices. Transcript requests are processed in the order 
received and require five to seven working days for processing. Specific deadlines should be 
mentioned, and checks accompanying requests should be made payable to Columbia 
University. 

Estimated Expenses 

Current educational expenses for a student attending the College during the first academic 
year are as follows: 

Tuition $8,600.00 

Health and Hospitalization Insurance Fees 443.00 

Books and supplies 675.00 

Microscope rental cost and other equipment 525.00 

In addition to the educational costs listed above, each first-year student should budget 
approximately $5,075 to cover housing ($1,970), food ($2,130), clothing, laundry and dry 
cleaning ($300), and miscellaneous expenses ($675). 

There are differences in the length of each academic year, and living and miscellaneous 
expenses vary. Each year the College Committee on Financial Aid prepares a statement of 
estimated expenses for students in each year of the medical school curriculum. These 
statements are given to all financial aid applicants at the time of distribution of the financial aid 
policy statement. 

Microscope, Instruments, and Books 

Students are required to have microscopes for courses in the first and second years of medical 
school. A microscope rental service is operated by the Medical Center Bookstore. For students 
who wish to purchase a new or used microscope, the faculty recommends a binocular 
instrument of standard make, complete with carrying case, built-in illuminator, and quadruple 
nosepiece (4X, lOX, 40X, and lOOX oil-immersion objectives). 

Students are required to purchase dissection equipment for the first-year course in gross 
anatomy and instruments for the diagnostic examination of patients. 

The books required or recommended for courses of instruction are announced at the 
beginning of each academic year. 

Housing 

Bard Hall, at 50 Haven Avenue overlooking Riverside Park and the Hudson River, is the 
residence for students in the College. Its facilities include lounges, a cafeteria and several 
dining rooms, and a gymnasium with a swimming pool, basketball and squash courts, and 
facilities for other sports. 



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Room rates at Bard Hall depend on the length of the academic year and the room 
assignment, information on the cafeteria service, room application forms, and other details are 
provided for entering students by the Admissions Office. Selected one-bedroom apartments in 
the Bard Haven Towers are reserved for married students. Other one-, two-, and three- 
bedroom apartments can be rented by groups of single students. 

For further information concerning on- and off-campus housing on or near the Health 
Sciences Campus, write to the Assistant Director of Residence Halls, Bard Hall Office, 50 
Haven Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Apartments are available for married students in Bard Haven Tower I on the Medical 
Center campus. Married or single students may rent apartments in Towers II and 111; the rents 
are higher. Information may be obtained from the Manager, Bard Haven Towers, 100 Haven 
Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Financial Aid 

All financial aid awards are based on demonstrated need. Each year applicants for financial 
aid are required to borrow a sum of money (unit loan) before becoming eligible for scholarships 
administered by the College. Financial aid awards are intended to supplement, rather than 
substitute for, the student's resources and parental contributions. 

The federal government makes available each year a limited number of one-year full 
scholarships for first-year students of Exceptional Financial Need (EFN). Funds are allocated to 
medical schools, who are responsible for selection of EFN recipients. Students need not 
request consideration for these funds directly. Awards are determined from the information 
provided on the financial aid application. 

Upon acceptance to the College, students receive the financial aid policy statement, loan 
interest and repayment information, and an application form which must be completed 
promptly. Students enrolled in the College are informed annually about the policies for the 
coming academic year and the dates for submission of the financial aid application and loan 
applications. Further information may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office of the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, telephone (212) 694-4100. 

Spouses of medical students should consult the personnel offices of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons and of the Presbyterian Hospital for information regarding employ- 
ment opportunities at the Medical Center. 

Scholarships 

Students are urged to determine the availability of scholarship assistance from the states in 
which they reside and to make application for such funds when appropriate. As an example, 
New York State provides funds through the Tuition Assistance Program to residents who meet 
financial qualifications. In addition, New York State has instituted the Special Regents Medical 
Scholarship, which is intended to ease the physician shortage in certain areas of the state. The 
Financial Aid Office provides interested students with the necessary information on applica- 
tions for these programs. Applicants to medical school should consult college premedical 
offices for information on the competitive New York State General Regents Scholarships for 
Professional Study of Medicine. 

Among nongovernmental sources of funding there is the National Medical Fellowships, Inc., 
which awards fellowships to needy black Americans, American Indians, Mexican-Americans, 
and mainland Puerto Ricans. Applicants must be citizens of the United States or permanent 
residents (visa status). Awards are given to first- and second-year medical students. Enrolled 
medical students should apply to NMF at 250 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 
before March 1 for financial assistance for the second year of medical school. Applicants to 
medical school should request information from NMF. 

The R.G. Haddad Foundation Scholarship is available for enrolled medical students who are 
United States citizens of Syrian or Lebanese descent. Applicants must have verified financial 



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need. A grant for one year may be renewed upon application. The Financial Aid Office of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons advises students of the availability of this scholarship 
annually. 

There are a number of scholarship funds administered by the Financial Aid Office of the 
College. With the exception of the Lawrence John Durante Scholarship (see below), students 
do not apply directly for these scholarships. The named scholarships listed below have been 
donated by alumni, foundations, corporations, and friends of the University. 



Endowed Scholarship Funds 

ALLEN Gift of Mrs. Vivian B. Allen. 

ALUMNI A limited number of national scholarships. Provided by gifts from the P&S Alumni 
Association and other contributors. 

ANONYMOUS Several; awarded annually. 

BANBURY From the Banbury Scholarship Fund. 

ALICE IDA AND ABRAHAM PENNER BERNHEIM SCHOLARSHIP FUND For tuition. 

ISAAC J. AND REN A HENLY BERNHEIM Given by the family in honor of Isaac J. and 
Rena Henly Bemheim. 

ELSIE J. BIRTWHISTLE Founded by the will of Morell Birtwhistle, in memory of his wife. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, JR. From the George Blumenthal, Jr., Fund. 

ELIZABETH ROCK BRACKETT SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Dr. Brackett, the 
income to be used for scholarship assistance for women medical students studying under the 
Faculty of Medicine. 

DR. HARRY BRITENSTOOL MEMORIAL From the estate of Mrs. Blanche B. Ostheimer, 
in memory of her brother. 

LUCIEN AND ETHEL BROWNSTONE MERIT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND A 
merit scholarship awarded every four years. 

DR. MOSES R. BUCHMAN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students, with 
preference given to those who are residents of Westchester and who plan to practice 
pediatrics. Established by friends of Dr. Buchman. 

DAVID C. BULL MEMORIAL In memory of Dr. David C. Bull, a former member of the 
Department of Surgery. 

RICHARD BUTLER Open to men born in the state of Ohio who are qualified for admission 
to, and plan to enter, Columbia College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the School 
of Law, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, or the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

ALONZO CLARK Founded by the will of Alonzo Clark, M.D., LL.D., for many years 
president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1890 Given by a member of the class. 

CLASS OF 1899 Given by the class in commemoration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of its 
graduation. 

CLASS OF 1912 Given by the class on the fifteenth anniversary of its graduation. 



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CLASS OF 1913 For medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1920 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1924 To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of their graduation. 

CLASS OF 1928 Given at their tenth reunion. 

CLASS OF 1932 For a scholarship room. Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary 
of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1933 For a scholarship. 

CLASS OF 1934 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1936 Given by the class on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1937 Awarded for tuition of medical students. 

CLASS OF 1938 Awarded annually to assist a student in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

CLASS OF 1939 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1940 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1942 Awarded for medical student scholarships. 

CLASS OF 1952 Given by members of the class on the tenth anniversary of its graduation. 

CLASS OF 1953 Given by members of the class. 

CLASS OF 1964 Established in memory of Dr. Howard Gerstel. 

HENRY D. CRUGER Bequest of Helen Cruger, in memory of the Henry D. Cruger family. 

CHARLES A. DANA FOUNDATION, Inc. Established by the Foundation. 

ANTHONY M. DeANGELIS Open to a student of the fourth-year class. Given by Dr. 
Anthony M. DeAngelis. 

HORACE DENNETT Open to students in the third- and fourth-year classes. 

DAVID M. DEVENDORF Preference is given to a candidate from Herkimer County, New 
York, preferably one from the town of Herkimer. Given by Mrs. David M. Devendorf of 
Herkimer, New York, in memory of her husband, Dr. David M. Devendorf, Class of 1861. 

FRANCIS E. DOUGHTY Given by Miss Phoebe Caroline Swords, in memory of Dr. Francis 
E. Doughty, Class of 1869. 

LAWRENCE JOHN DURANTE Given by members of the Class of 1961, in memory of 
Lawrence John Durante. Awarded annually to a senior student with verified financial need by 
the Durante Scholarship Fund Committee after review of the applications of qualified 
students. 

EDWARD PERCY EGLEE Bequest of Edward Percy Eglee, Class of 1913, member of the 
Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons from 1919 until his retirement in 1953, 
when he was a clinical professor of medicine. 

JOSEPH HERMAN AND HANNAH EICHNER Established by the will of Benjamin Bernard 
Eichner, Class of 1919. 

JOSEPH C. FOSTER Given by Mrs. Esther J. Foster, in memory of her husband. 

VIRGINIA KNEELAND FRANTZ Bequest of Dr. Frantz. 



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NELLIE ALDEN FRANZ Bequest of Nellie A. Franz to Columbia University for scholarships 
to worthy young women for undergraduate or graduate study, with preference for those 
interested in medicine, nursing, sociology, and journalism. 

GEORGE AND CHARLIE Given by the Alumni Association of the College, in memory of 
George Peters and Charles Costello, long-time employees of the Medical Center. 

JACOB HARSEN Given by Dr. Jacob Harsen. 

FRANK HARTLEY Given by friends and colleagues of Dr. Frank Hartley, class of 1880. 

WILLIAM H. HEMINGWAY 

AARON HIMMELSTEIN MEMORIAL Open to undergraduate medical students. Given by 
Dr. Himmelstein's friends eind colleagues. 

IRMA T. HIRSCHL SCHOLARSHIPS From the estate of Irma T. Hirschl. Awarded on the 
criteria of financial need, outstanding scholarship and dedication to medical science, the easing 
of pcdn and protection of life. 

CHARLES EUGENE HUBER, SR. Bequest of Francis D. Huber, in memory of his father. 

FRANCIS HUBER Open to a graduate of any institution other than Columbia University, 
City College, Barnard College, or Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis Huber. 

VIOLA B. HUBER Open to a graduate of Hunter College. Given by Dr. Francis Huber. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI For graduates of Columbia University and City College. Given by Dr. 
Francis Huber, in memory of Dr. Abraham Jacobi. 

EDWARD R. JEAL Awarded to deserving students studying under the Faculty of 
Medicine. 

CHARLES CHRISTIAN LIEB Awarded to a student interested in the study of pharmacolo- 
gy. Given in memory of Dr. Charles Christian Lieb, Hosack Professor of Pharmacology. 

LI MING Awarded with preference to students of Chinese birth or descent or nationality. 
Established by bequest of Mr. Li Ming. 

MARJORIE McANENY Open to a graduate of Barnard College. Given by Dr. Francis 
Huber. 

ELIZABETH HALL McCULLOGH Given by Mrs. William G. Heaphy, in memory of her 
sister. Dr. Elizabeth McCullogh, an alumna of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

HERBERT D. MANLEY Given as bequest by the late Dr. Herbert D. Manley. 

FRANCIS HARTMAN MARKOE Given by Madeline Shelton Markoe, in memory of her 
husband. 

M. MONTGOMERY MAZE From the estate of M. Montgomery Maze, Pearl River, N.Y. 
Part of this fund may be used for scholarships and/or fellowships, preferably for graduates of 
the Pearl River High School. 

MABEL C. MEAD Awarded to women students of Chinese ancestry. Preference given to 
those desiring to study medicine. 

VIVIAN AND SEYMOUR MILSTEIN ENDOWMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIPS Established 
by the donors in honor of their friends and physicians, Drs. David Habif and Duane Todd. 

SAMUEL J. MORITZ MEMORIAL Given by the executors of the estate of Samuel J. 
Moritz. 



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GULLI LINDH MULLER Bequest of the donor to be awarded with preference to a gifted 
woman student. 

P&S SCHOLARSHIP AID AND LOAN FUND Established by the wives of the members of 
the Faculty of Medicine, faculty, and friends of the College. 

RUDOLPH AND MARY E. PFEIFFER Given by Mrs. Mary E. Pfeiffer. 

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP Granted with preference to sons 
or daughters of alumni of Presbyterian Hospital. Given by the Society of the Alumni of 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

WILLIAM COLE RAPPLEYE Established at the retirement of Dean Rappleye. 

RICHARD RHODEBECK Given by Mrs. Richard Rhodebeck, in memory of her husband. 

DAVID H. ROUS From family, friends, and business associates of David H. Rous, the 
income to be divided equally among the Graduate School of Business, Columbia College, and 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

LOUIS AND RACHAEL RUDIN Established by the Rudin Foundation for students of 
excellence who would not otherwise be able to complete their education. 

SAGAMORE Awarded to needy students. 

JOSEPH F. SAPHIR MEMORIAL Given by Elsa M. Saphir, in memory of her husband, 
Joseph F. Saphir, Class of 1902. 

THE MARY S. SAXE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Bequest of Mary S. Saxe. 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Given by faculty members, alumni, and students, in honor of 
Dr. Severinghaus's services to the College. 

BERNARD E. SMITH MEMORIAL Given by Mrs. Gertrude Smith, in memory of her 
husband. 

THE JAMES A. STEVENSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by Mrs. Ann 
Stevenson Hardesty, in memory of her brother James Albert Stevenson, Class of 1943. 

EDGAR EGINTON STEWART, Jr., MEMORIAL Given by Dr. E. E. Stewart, in memory of 
his son. 

ARTHUR PURDY STOUT MEMORIAL Given by the Arthur Purdy Stout Society. 

ARNOLD STURMDORF Awarded to one or more students in their third or fourth year of 
medical school. Bequest of Miriam Sturmdorf. 

HAROLD S. VAUGHAN Bequest of Dr. Harold Vaughan, Class of 1904. 

ANDREA VICALE MEMORIAL Established by Dr. Carmine T. Vicale, in memory of his 
father. 

HERMANN VOLLMER Established in his memory by his wife. 

THEODORE L. VOSSELER Preference is given to graduates of Colgate University. Given 
by Dr. Allison J. Vosseler, Class of 1933, in memory of his father. Dr. Theodore L. Vosseler. 

ROBERT M. WECHSLER Given by Dr. I. S. Wechsler, in memory of his son, Robert M. 
Wechsler, Class of 1945, and by members of the class of 1945, in memory of their classmate. 

WHITING— Dr. FORDYCE B. St. JOHN SCHOLARSHIP FUND Gift by the Mrs. Giles 
Whiting Foundation, in honor of Dr. Fordyce B. St. John. 



38 FINANCIAL AID 

Dr. JAMES LANCELOT WILSON Awarded to a student selected by the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



Gift Funds 

CITIBANK MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Established by the Citibank. The recipient must 
have demonstrated need for support and he/she must be a New York State resident. 

VALERIE AND GEORGE DELACORTE FOUNDATION Annual gift. 

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP GIFT FUND Gifts and memorials by various donors. 

CHARLES F. IKLE SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH FUND Grant by the New York 
Community Trust. 

JAMES T. LEE FOUNDATION, Inc. Annual grant to medical students. 

JULIUS E. STOLFI MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FUND SCHOLARSHIP 

THE SULZBERGER FOUNDATION Annual gift. Awarded to senior students with very 
good academic records, significant financial need, and plans to pursue careers in family 
medicine or general internal medicine in nonurban areas. 

Loans 

Loans are available to all full-time medical students. These funds are provided by various 
sources, including the federal and state governments, the University, and also private 
agencies, as outlined below. 

Foreign students who hold an F-1 student visa are eligible to borrow only from University funds 
and must have comakers who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States. 
Comakers should not be University employees. Foreign students may borrow from federal or 
state loan funds upon being granted permanent resident visa status in the United States. 

Health Professions Student Loans. These are allocated by the Bureau of Health Manpower of 
the National Institutes of Health to individual medical schools, which are responsible for 
determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts to be loaned. Assuming the 
availability of adequate funding, the maximum loan to a student in an academic year is the 
cost of tuition plus $2,500. Loans are repayable to the school over a ten-year period beginning 
one year after completing or interrupting the prescribed full-time course of study. Interest at 
the annual rate of 9 percent begins to accrue when the loan becomes repayable. 

Repayment of Health Professions Loans may be deferred up to three years for those who 
become members of a uniformed federal service on sustained full-time duty (i.e., the Army, 
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey), the Public Health 
Service, or the Peace Corps. For those pursuing advanced professional training, repayment 
may be deferred to completion of the training program. Interest does not accrue during period 
of deferment. 

Health Professions Loans are forgiven or cancelled under certain conditions: (1) In the 
instance of students who agree to practice medicine for at least two years in a region of a state 
that has been determined to need additional personnel, the federal government will repay 60 
percent of the outstanding principal and interest on any educational loan(s) for the cost of 
professional education. For a third year of practice in such an area, an additional 25 percent of 
the loan(s) will be repaid. (2) The outstanding loans of students who fail to complete their 
health professions studies will be repaid if they are in exceptionally needy circumstances, from 
a low-income or disadvantaged family, and cannot be expected to resume studies within two 
years. (3) Loans of students who die or suffer permanent and total disability will be cancelled. 



FINANCIAL AID 39 



National Direct Student Loans. Funds are allocated by the Office of Education to schools 
which are responsible for determining both the recipients of such funds and the amounts to be 
awarded. The total (undergraduate and graduate school loans) available to a student from the 
NDSL program is $12,000. The current interest rate, payable during the repayment period, is 
5 percent on the unpaid principal. Repayment begins six months after graduation or after 
leaving school. The repayment period may extend up to ten years. Repayment may be 
deferred for up to three years during active U.S. military service, during service in the Peace 
Corps or Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA), or for up to two years during service in an 
internship required to begin professional practice. 

Federal and State Guaranteed Loans. Under the auspices of the Bureau of Student Financial 
Assistance of the Department of Education, federally insured loans are made by authorized 
beinks, savings-and-loan associations, credit unions, pension funds, and insurance companies. 
The maximum loan each academic year under this program is $5,000, and the total 
outstanding loan balance at any one time may not exceed $25,000. Lending institutions 
participating in this program can provide information regarding interest rates, repayment, and 
deferment of repayment. 

University loan funds are also intended to supplement students' resources when monies are 
available. Included among these are the following funds: 

PETER AMAZON Bequest of Peter Amazon. 

LEONARD ALEXANDER ARMS Bequest of Lydia B. Arms, in memory of her husband, to 
create a revolving loan fund for scholarship and research to medical students and graduate 
students at P&S. 

GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, Jr. Used for the assistance of needy students in the medical 
school. 

CLASS OF 1906 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1906. 

CLASS OF 1919 Gifts from various members of the Class of 1919. To be used for loans to 
deserving students. 

CAROL ELISSA GARDNER Established by Dr. M. Jordan Thorstad, in memory of his wife. 
Dr. Ccirol Elissa Gardner Thorstad, Class of 1941. 

DAVID GREENE A bequest from the estate of Fcinnye Greene Meyerson, in honor of her 
brother. Dr. David Greene. Used for assistance of needy students in the medical school and 
Columbia College. 

GEORGE L. HAWKINS, Jr. Gift of George L. Hawkins, Jr., Class of 1941. 

B. H. HOMAN, JR., REVOLVING LOAN FUND Long-term, low-interest loans for needy 
students. 

ROBERT ABBE MACKENZIE Established by friends, colleagues, and patients of Dr. 
MacKenzie, an alumnus of the Class of 1921. 

GEORGE W. MERCK MEMORIAL Established by the Merck Company Foundation in honor 
of George W. Merck. For graduates of P&S, wherever they are in training, or to graduates of 
other medical schools in training at hospitals affiliated with the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

JESSIE SMITH NOYES 

AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS Established by the Clark Foundation as an unrestricted, 
discretionary fund to be used primarily for the support of students and student activities. 
Priority given to fourth-year students who are subjected to increased living and transportation 



40 FINANCIAL AID 



costs because of electing clerkships at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, 
N.Y. 

WALTER C. AND MARJORIE C. STEIN Bequest of Marjorie C. Stein. 

STEINHARDT MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP Bequest of Samuel C. Steinhardt. Awarded to 
graduates of one of the colleges of the City University of New York who have attended public 
schools exclusively (except for religious instruction). To be repaid in fifteen years; without 
interest for the first ten years; with 5 percent annual interest thereafter on the unpaid 
balance. 

In addition to the foregoing, periodically there are funds for short-term emergency loans, which 
are administered through the Financial Aid Office of the medical school. 

Prizes 

Dr. HARRY S. ALTMAN PRIZE Awarded to an outstanding senior student who demon- 
strates a special interest in pediatric ambulatory care. Established to honor Dr. Harry S. 
Altman, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to scholarship in pediatrics. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARD Given for outstanding achievement. 

HERBERT J. BARTELSTONE AWARD IN PHARMACOLOGY Awarded to a member of 
the graduating class of the College who has demonstrated exceptional accomplishments in 
pharmacology. Established to honor the memory of Professor Herbert J. Bartelstone, member 
of the Department of Pharmacology from 1950 until 1973, dedicated and inspiring teacher, 
and uncompromising advocate of the importance of rigorous preparation in basic medical 
science in the education of the physician. 

COAKLEY MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Otolaryngology to a senior 
student who has done outstanding work in the field. 

TITUS MUNSON COAN PRIZE Awarded to the senior student who has submitted the best 
essay in biological science or otherwise best contributed to its advancement. Bequest of Titus 
M. Coan. 

THOMAS F. COCK, M.D., PRIZE Awarded to a senior student for excellence in obstetrics 
and gynecology. 

FREDERICK PARKER GAY MEMORIAL AWARD Awarded to the senior student whose 
work in microbiology is judged the most outstanding. Given by Mrs. Frederick Parker Gay, in 
memory of her husband. 

JANEWAY PRIZE Awarded to the student graduating from the College with the highest 
marks for efficiency and ability. Given by the bequest of Matilda S. J. Wisner. 

Dr. HAROLD LAMPORT BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PRIZE Awarded to a senior student 
for the best thesis reporting original biomedical research. Gift of the Lamport Foundation. 

ROBERT F. LOEB AWARD Awarded to a senior student who, in the opinion of the 
Department of Medicine, has shown the greatest promise of excellence in clinical medicine. 
Established in memory of Dr. Robert F. Loeb, Bard Professor of Medicine, and chairman of the 
Department of Medicine from 1947 to 1959. 

F. PHILIP LOWENFISH PRIZE IN DERMATOLOGY Awarded to the individual who has 
done the most creative and original research in dermatology. Given by Mrs. Lowenfish, in her 
husband's memory. 

EDITH AND DENTON McKANE MEMORIAL AWARD Bequest of Edith U. McKane. 
Awarded to a senior student for excellence in basic or clinical research in ophthalmology. 



FINANCIAL AID • STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 41 



Dr. HAROLD LEE MEIERHOF MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded on recommendation of the 
professor of pathology to the student who has done the best work in the field during the four 
years of medical school. Given by the parents of Dr. Harold Lee Meierhof, Class of 1917. 

NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL AWARD An annual prize awarded to a senior 
student upon nomination by the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, for outstanding perfor- 
mance in the field. 

JOSEPH GARRISON PARKER AWARD Awarded to the senior in the College who best 
exemplifies, through a continued personal interest and activities in art, music, literature, or the 
public interest, the fact that Living and Learning go on together. Given by Dr. and Mrs. Philip 
Parker, in memory of their son, Joseph, Class of 1948, whose promising career in medicine 
was cut short by death in 1953, but in whose life the love of music and the arts was a constant 
source of inspiration. 

P&S CLASS OF 1924, Dr. ALLEN O. WHIPPLE MEMORIAL PRIZE Awarded to a senior 
student, upon nomination of the Department of Surgery, for outstanding performance in the 
field. 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY PRIZE Awarded by the Department of Psychiatry to a 
second-year student for the best work in psychopathology. 

SAMUEL W. ROVER AND LEWIS ROVER AWARD An annual prize to be awarded to a 
graduating medical student or a male graduate student for scholarship and outstanding 
achievement in biochemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

ANN RYAN PRIZE IN BIOCHEMISTRY To be awarded to deserving women graduate 
students. 

HELEN M. SCIARRA PRIZE Awarded to a senior student in the College for outstanding 
work in neurology. 

Dr. ALFRED STEINER AWARD Presented annually to one or more students chosen by a 
faculty committee on the basis of achievement in medical research. Funded by Harcourt Brace 
Jovanovich in honor of Dr. Steiner. 

Dr. HAROLD B. STEVELMAN AWARD Awarded to a senior student for excellence in 
adult cardiology. In honor of Dr. Harold Stevelman, Class of 1958, in appreciation of his 
service to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert. 

UROLOGY PRIZES Awarded to senior students for the best essays on urological subjects. 

Dr. WILLIAM PERRY WATSON PRIZE IN PEDIATRICS Awarded on the nomination of 
the professor of pediatrics to that member of the graduating class of the College who has 
shown the most notable work in the study of the diseases of infants and children. 

Dr. WILLIAM RAYNER WATSON AWARD Awarded to that member of the graduating 
class who has done the most outstanding work in psychiatry during the four years of 
attendance at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

SIGMUND L. WILENS PRIZE Awarded to a member of the graduating class who, in the 
opinion of the Department of Pathology, has been distinguished by special excellence in 
pathology. Gift of Dr. Marie Renate Dische Wilens, in memory of her husband. Dr. Sigmund L. 
Wilens. 



Student and Alumni Activities 

All students enrolled in the College enjoy the privileges and facilities of the University campus, 
including the University libraries. 



42 STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 



P&S Club 

The P&S Club was founded over eighty years ago by John R. Mott, who later won the Nobel 
Peace Prize. The Club is the most active and comprehensive student organization in Americein 
medical education today. All matriculated students in the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
are members, eligible to participate in extracurricular activities of their choice. Under the 
guidance of the Faculty Advisory Board, the student cabinet, led by the president, assumes 
the entire responsibility for management of the Club. The cabinet consists of four elected 
members from each class and those who chair the following committees: Orientation, 
Handbook, Student-Faculty Home Visits, Films, Concerts, Choral Society, Bard Hall Players, 
Fine Arts, Athletics, Community Youth Work, Accessories, Social, and Columbia-Presbyterian 
Mediccil Society. 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 

A chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honor medical society, was founded at the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1907. Students are elected to membership in the senior 
year by a committee of the faculty appointed by the Dean. The committee is chaired by the 
Alpha Omega Alpha Councilor of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Student member- 
ship is determined according to the constitution of the national society. Election is limited to 
those whose scholastic qualifications place them in the upper 25 percent of the class. The 
number of student members elected from any class may not exceed one-sixth of the number 
expected to graduate in that class. Although scholastic excellence is required for membership, 
integrity, capacity for leadership, compassion, and fairness in dealing with one's colleagues are 
judged to be of equal significance. 

P&S Alumni Association 

The P&S Alumni Relations Office serves to foster and maintain cordial relationships between 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons and its alumni, and is responsible for alumni relations 
programming and alumni annual fund raising projects. 

Regular members of the Alumni Association include all those awarded the M.D. or 
Med.Sc.D. degrees from the College as well as those awarded the Certificate in Psychoanalytic 
Medicine. Associate members include faculty members of the College, all house staff members 
and visiting fellows at hospitals affiliated with P&S, and all Ph.D. graduates of the Basic 
Sciences Curricula. 

The work of the Alumni Association is accomplished through the efforts of its officers and 
the sixteen standing and ad hoc committees, all of whom form the constituency of the P&S 
Alumni Council. Members are encouraged to participate in the work and activities sponsored 
by the Association. Liaison with the College is facilitated through the office of the Assistant 
Dean for Alumni Affairs. Among the important functions of the Association is participation in 
the publication of P&S, a magazine cosponsored by the alumni and the medical school. This 
publication serves as a major form of communication between the school and its alumni, the 
faculty, the students and their parents, and other friends and associates of the College. 

Restricted revenues raised by the Alumni Association provide funds for endowed scholar- 
ships at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and toward the endowment of a P&S Alumni 
Association professorship. Unrestricted revenues raised by the Association allow the College 
flexibility in applying funds to areas of greatest need. Routinely, a substantial stipend from 
unrestricted revenues goes to the P&S Club. 

As future alumni, students play an important role in the work and deliberations of the 
Alumni Association. As members of the Student-Alumni Relations Committee, students and 
alumni work together in addressing students' current needs and seeking solutions to their 
problems. 

Information about the Alumni Association and its activities is avciilable from the P&S Alumni 
Relations Office, 2005-C, Black Building, 630 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 
Telephone: (212) 694-3498. 



The Program of Instruction 



The first-year curriculum is largely devoted to basic science courses with correlation clinics to 
demonstrate the application of scientific information to the practice of medicine. The first-year 
student also studies the impact of health care systems in our current society on the individual 
patient and physician. Second-year courses concentrate on the clinical relevance of basic 
science concepts as the bridging process to clinical instruction begins. Correlations between 
pathology and pathophysiology are emphasized. The development of basic clinical skills begins 
in the second semester and culminates in a four-week clerkship. Throughout both preclinical 
years elective opportunities are available for pursuit of areas of interest. 

The major clinical year is devoted exclusively to rotations on clerkships in the clinical 
disciplines. Under close supervision the students are helped to develop the skills and 
knowledge required for the practice of clinical medicine. Students learn to elicit a comprehen- 
sive history and to carry out a complete physical examination. They learn to develop 
professional relationships with patients, and they acquire an understanding of the mechanisms 
of disease and of the principles necessary for valid diagnostic appraisal and effective 
therapeutic plans. 

All courses of the first three years of the curriculum are required of all students. In the 
fourth year, with the guidance of faculty advisers, students design individual elective curricula, 
drawn from a wide range of basic scientific electives, clinical electives, and research programs 
offered by the faculty. Each fourth-year student is required to take a one-month elective in 
ambulatory care which includes clerkship experience in Public Health/Community Medicine. 
The elective courses of all departments are described in a catalog which is printed annually 
and distributed to students and faculty. Students are permitted to spend three months of the 
curriculum in elective programs offered by other medical schools. In addition, the School of 
Public Health offers international medicine programs that provide opportunities to study the 
orgeinization and delivery of health services in many countries of the world. 

During the elective curriculum students have available the resources of the entire 
University. Students are encouraged to utilize elective curriculum time to reach career 
decisions. Faculty advisers stress the acquisition of knowledge and skills in areas of medicine 
apart from the student's career discipline, and they encourage students to gain experience in 
clinical and/or laboratory research. 

The College reserves the right to make changes in the program of studies and courses of 
instruction at any time. 

Grades, Promotions, and Leaves of Absence 

All courses are rated on an Honors-Pass-Fail system and these ratings only are recorded on the 
official transcripts. Students are not ranked within the class. Faculty provide narrative 
descriptions of student performances in preclinical courses (Abnormal Human Biology, 
Introduction to the Patient, and Psychiatric Medicine I and II), major clinical year clerkships, 
and elective programs. These evaluations become part of the student's permanent academic 
record in the Office of the Dean. 

There are three standing faculty committees concerned with students' academic perfor- 
mances. These committees are: the First Year Class Faculty, the Second Year Class Faculty, 
and the Clinical Committee. The latter deals with academic performances in the major clinical 
year and the elective curriculum. The standing committees meet during each academic year to 
review student performances and to make decisions related to course failures and to 
promotions. Course failures in all years of the curriculum must be corrected according to the 
directives of the faculty committees. A student may be advanced to the next academic year of 
the medical school curriculum only upon recommendation of the faculty committee. In any 
year of the curriculum students may be dismissed for poor scholarship. Repetition of a year of 
the curriculum may be recommended by a faculty committee. The faculty committees may 



44 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 

direct students whose performances are marginal to undertake additional work to correct 
deficiencies and strengthen overall performance in any discipline. 

Students are informed in writing of the academic decisions of all faculty committees. 
Students have the right to appeal decisions of the faculty committees. A student who wishes to 
appeal may request the concerned committee to reverse or alter a decision. If the committee 
reaffirms the original decision, the student may direct an appeal to the Dean of the Faculty of 
Medicine, who may refer the appeal to the Executive Committee of the Faculty Council for 
finail decision. 

The Faculty of Medicine reserves the right to dismiss, or to deny admission, registration, 
readmission, or graduation to any student who in the judgment of the Faculty of Medicine is 
determined to be unsuited for the study or practice of medicine. 

Students in the College of Physicians and Surgeons are required to pass National Board 
examinations Parts I and II prior to graduation. 

Leaves of absence may be granted by the Dean for a limited period of time in exceptional 
circumstances only for health reasons or personal emergencies. 

Key to Course Numbers 

Medical Center courses: The suffixes F and S refer to first- and second-year courses, 
respectively. Numbers without a suffix indicate major clinical year clerkships that are 
repeated throughout the year in instruction periods of twelve weeks or less. 

Summary of Curriculum (for students entering in 
September 1981) 

First Year 

SEPTEMBER 8, 1981, to JANUARY 15, 1982. First semester. 
JANUARY 18, 1982, to JUNE 10, 1982. Second semester. 

Second Year 

SEPTEMBER 1, 1982, through MAY 31, 1983. 

Third and Fourth Years 

JULY 1, 1983, through APRIL 30, 1985. 

Basic Science and Introductory Clinical Courses 
of the First and Second Years 

Abnormal Human Biology lOlS. 

Dr. Canfield and interdepartmental associates: Cardiology, Dr. Drusin; Pulmo- 
nary, Dr. Harvey; Endocrinology-Metabolism, Dr. Holub; Gastroenterology, Dr. 
Glickman; Hematology, Dr. Rifkind; Immunology, Dr. Butler; Infectious Diseases, 
D;. Neu; Oncology, Dr. Weinstein; Nephrology, Dr. Al-Awqati; Surgery, Dr. Lo- 
Gerfo. 

Exercises in the application and correlation of the basic sciences to a broad range of clinical problems. 
Teaching is by seminar/lecture and is closely integrated with courses in pathology, pharmacology, and 
introductory medicine. 



PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 45 



Anatomy lOlF. Microscopic anatomy 
Dr. Nunez and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies of 
structure in relation to function. 

Anatomy 102F. Human anatomy 

Drs. April, Moss, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory encompassing basic morphological and functional human anato- 
my. 

Anatomy 103F. Developmental anatomy 
Dr. Pfenninger and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory emphasizing the fundamental processes of embryogenesis; 
closely integrated with Anatomy 1 OIF-Microscopic anatomy. 

Biochemistry lOlF. Introductory biochemistry 
Dr. Gold and departmental staff. 

Lectures and conferences stressing principles of biochemistry and their relationship to disease processes. 

Genetics lOlS. Introductory clinical genetics 
Dr. Bloom and associates. 

Lectures emphasizing general principles of genetics and their clinical application. 

Medicine lOlS. Introduction to the practice of medicine 
Drs. Ccmfield, Marcus, and associates. 

Lectures, conferences, and seminars addressing ethical and personeil issues relevant to the practice of 
medicine. 

Medicine 102S. Introduction to the patient 
Dr. Morris and associates. 

A series of interdepartmental presentations and demonstrations followed by an intensive four-week 
preceptorship (at Harlem, Overlook, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital) during which the 
student will learn to take a comprehensive medical history and to perform a complete physical 
examination. 

Microbiology lOlF. General microbiology 
Drs. Erlanger, Ginsberg, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory covering the basic principles of cell regulation, immunology, 
virology, and the biology of pathogenic organisms. 

Anatomy-Physiology 106S. Neural science 

Drs. Kandel, Kelly, Kupfermann, Rowland, Schwartz, and Spencer. 

Lectures, seminars, laboratories, and clinical demonstrations to provide an integrated understanding of 
neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, biochemistry, and behavior. 

Nutrition lOlF. Introduction to nutrition 
Dr. Winick and associates. 

Lectures that define the elements of nutrition essential for good health. 

Pathology lOlF. General pathology 
Dr. C. Fenoglio and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory emphasizing the mechanisms of injury and repair in cells, tissues, 
and organ systems. 

Pathology 102S. Systemic pathology 

Drs. Branwood, C. Fenoglio, and departmental staff. 

Lectures, conferences, and laboratory exercises including light and electron microscopic studies to 
elucidate the pathogenesis of findings in disease. 

Pathology 103S. Neuropathology 
Dr. Duffy and associates. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and microscopic studies of diseases of the nervous system. 



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Pharmacology lOlS. General and special pharmacology 
Dr. Kahn and departmental staff. 

Lectures, seminars, and demonstrations to elucidate the basic principles essential for the effective use of 
drugs as therapeutic or diagnostic agents. 

Medicine 105F. Physician-patient relationship 
Dr. Park and associates. 

Preceptor sessions emphasizing the central role of the physician-patient relationship in the practice of 
medicine and the importance of the effects of health care organization and other factors on that 
relationship. 

Physiology 101 F. Human physiology 
Dr. Nocenti and departmental staff. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and conferences to define the function of specific cells, tissues, and organs and 
their homeostatic mechanisms. 

Psychiatry lOlF. Psychiatric Medicine, 1 
Dr. Arkow and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars presenting the salient features of normal development. 

Psychiatry 102S. Psychiatric Medicine, II 
Dr. Arkow and departmental staff. 

Lectures and seminars covering the major mental illnesses and the elements of patient interviewing. 

Public Health 101 F. Structure of health care systems 
Dr. Rosenberg and associates. 

Lectures and seminar groups on the current organization of health care. 

Public Health 102F. Epidemiology 
Dr. Rush and associates. 

Lectures and seminars to present epidemiological principles. 

Public Health 103F. Biostatistics 
Dr. Fleiss and associates. 

Lectures on the basic elements of biostatistics applicable to medicine. 

Public Health 104F. Parasitic diseases 
Dr. Despommier and associates. 

Lectures and laboratories stressing parasitic diseases likely to be encountered and the techniques 
necessary for the diagnosis of these diseases. 



Major Clinical Year 

Anesthesiology 201. Clinical clerkship in anesthesiology 
Dr. Bendixen and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship that provides training in preanesthetic evaluation, management, and postanesthetic care of 
surgical patients. At the conclusion of the clerkship students should be able to do the following: (1) 
describe the major factors to be considered in selecting anesthetic drugs and techniques for patients 
undergoing common surgical procedures; (2) describe indications for positive pressure ventilation of the 
lungs and how the adequacy of such ventilation can be determined; (3) differentiate between a patent and 
obstructed airway in a patient and demonstrate on a patient or mannikin his/her ability to obteiin a patent 
airway by positioning; (4) describe the indications for use of an endotracheal tube; (5) describe procedures 
used for resuscitation of a patient who has had cardiac arrest and demonstrate on a mannikin his/her 
ability to perform mouth-to-mouth ventilation and closed chest cardiac massage; (6) describe indications 
for and contraindications to the use of local anesthetics to provide infiltration and nerve block anesthesia; 
and (7) describe the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of local anesthetic drug toxicity. 

Dermatology 201. 
Dr. Harber and staff. 



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Medicine 201. Clinical clerkship in medicine 

Dr. Loeb and staff at the Harlem, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's 

Hospitals. 

Extended clinical experience under a preceptorship system at Presbyterian Hospital and at another 
affiliated hospital, Harlem, Roosevelt, or St. Luke's Hospital. At the conclusion of the clerkship the 
student should be capable of taking a precise medical history, performing em accurate physical 
examination, interpreting basic laboratory data, formulating a cogent problem list, and communicating 
these data in accurate verbal and written form. These skills will be acquired in the patient care setting in 
order to increase the student's understanding of the physiologic, psychologic, and social aspects of 
medicine and to prepare the student for the assumption of clinical responsibility under close supervision. 

Neurology 201. Clinical clerkship in neurology 

Dr. Rowland and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian Hospitcd. 

A comprehensive experience in clinical neurology provided at the bedside at the Neurological Institute. 
Under close supervision of a junior and senior resident and an attending physician in neurology, students 
learn to obtain a systematic neurological history and to perform and interpret the neurological 
examination. By active participation in the evaluation and care of patients, expertise is obtained in the 
diagnosis and treatment of common neurological diseases. Students learn how to do a lumbar puncture 
and they become familiar with electrodiagnostic and neuroradiologiceil tests. Experience is also obtained in 
neurosurgery and rehabilitation medicine. Management of neurological emergencies is learned during 
night call with the senior resident. In addition, a comprehensive core knowledge of clinical neurology is 
ensured by a course syllabus, daily rounds, and preceptor sessions with the attending physician. 

Neurology 202. Neurosurgery 

Dr. Stein and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 201. Clinical clerkship in obstetrics and gynecology 
Dr. Vande Wiele and staff at the Harlem, Presbyterian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's 
Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in obstetrics and gynecology under close supervision of house staff and 
attendings. On the gynecological wards and in the clinics the student learns to take a sexual and 
gynecological history, to examine the breasts, abdomen, and pelvis, to distinguish normal and abnormal 
findings relative to gynecological disease, and to diagnose and manage benign and malignant gynecologic 
tumors. The student acquires the skills needed to approach problems of sexuality and an understanding of 
the impact of changing physiological states in menarche and menopause. On the obstetrical service the 
student learns the medical and surgical complications encountered during pregnancy and delivery, and 
the student learns to diagnose and manage pregnancy. The student participates in the conduct of labor, 
the delivery, and the care of the newborn. 

Ophthcdmology 201. Clinical clerkship in ophthalmology 
Dr. Campbell and staff. 

Orthopedic Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in orthopedic surgery 
Dr. Garcia and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

On the orthopedic surgery clerkship students learn to perform an orthopedic physical examination and to 
take an orthopedic history from a patient. The clerkship provides students with insight into the more 
common musculoskeletal problems (including fractures and trauma) and the basic approaches to 
management of these problems by an orthopedic surgeon. The student is expected to gain insight into 
how the discipline of orthopedic surgery works in conjunction with other specialties and how an orthopedic 
service provides in-patient and out-patient care. 

Otolaryngology 201. Clinical clerkship in otolaryngology 
Dr. Abramson and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A clerkship designed to teach the skills of physical examination of the ear, nose, and throat and to provide 
an understanding of certain diseases where this examination is crucial in diagnosis and management. The 
clerkship includes selected didactic lectures, followed by a preceptor-type experience in the clinic where 
students examine and work up a number of patients under the direct supervision of a faculty member. 



48 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 



Pediatrics 201. Clinical clerkship in pediatrics 

Dr. Katz and staff at the Babies Hospital (Presbyterian), Harlem, Roosevelt, and 

St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A clinical clerkship providing both in-patient and ambulatory care experience. The student is introduced 
to the study of infants and children: growth and development, diseases, and health care maintenance. The 
student develops basic skills in the following areas: taking the pediatric history from the parents and from 
the older child; performing the physical examination of the pediatric patient, including the young infant; 
observing, analyzing, and recording the interaction between parent and child; and ordering and 
interpreting laboratory tests. The student learns to integrate the data acquired and formulate an 
appropriate problem list and plan for the patient. The student also learns to make the basic 
measurements of physical, neurological, cind psychosocial growth and development, and to plot and 
assess the data. 

Psychiatry 201. Clinical clerkship in psychiatry 

Dr. Malitz and staff at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Harlem, Presby- 
terian, Roosevelt, and St. Luke's Hospitals. 

A comprehensive clerkship in psychiatry. In active participation in patient care under faculty supervision 
the student is expected to learn to conduct a psychiatric history and menteJ status examination and to 
develop refined interviewing skills, noting verbal and nonverbal behavior. The student learns to make a 
psychiatric differential diagnosis, to use psychotropic drugs effectively, to evaluate suicide potential, and 
to develop and enhance therapeutic rapport. The clerkship aims to provide an appreciation of the effects 
of psychological, social, and biological phenomena on illness-related behaviors. 

Radiology 201. Diagnostic radiology (medical) 
Dr. Se<mian and staff. 

Radiology 202. Diagnostic radiology (surgical) 
Dr. Seaman and staff. 

Rehabilitation Medicine 201. 

Dr. Downey and staff at the Neurological Institute of the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Included in Neurology 201. 

Surgery 201. Clinical clerkship in surgery 

Dr. Reemtsma and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

A comprehensive clinical clerkship during which the student is expected to demonstrate improvement in 
ability to perform histories and physical examinations on surgical patients and to formulate rational 
diagnostic and therapeutic plans. The student is expected to demonstrate increasing skill cind competence 
in performing selected procedures, in assuming supervised responsibility for patient care, in communicat- 
ing succinctly and with clarity to patients and colleagues, and in building a functional body of critically 
examined information regarding common surgical entities. 

Surgery 202. Lectures and demonstrations in surgical pathology 
Drs. C. Fenoglio, Lane, and staff at the Presbyterian Hospital. 

Included in Surgery 201. 

Urology 201. Clinical clerkship in urology 
Dr. Olsson and staff. 

During the clinical clerkship in urology students learn to identify common disorders of the genito-urinary 
tract through precise patient interviews and examinations. Both ambulatory and in-patients are evaluated. 
By knowing diagnostic methods unique to urology, students are able to formulate appropriate diagnostic 
and therapeutic plans. 

Fourth Year 

Interdepartment 301. Ambulatory care /public health selective 
Dr. C. Neu, course coordinator. 

Each student in the fourth year is required to select an elective in ambulatory care, which includes 
clerkship experience in Public Health/Community Medicine. (For the rest of the Fourth Year see page 43 
and the elective catalogue.) 



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Special Programs 



M.D.-Ph.D. Program 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences have 
formed a cooperative program leading to both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. This program is 
supervised by the Graduate Biomedical Sciences Advisory Committee and permits medical 
students who have a serious interest in basic biomedical research to obtain the Ph.D. degree in 
one of the fourteen participating disciplines in the program. At least two additional years of 
study beyond the four required for the M.D. degree should be anticipated for completion of 
this program. The program is supported by traineeships from the National Institutes of 
Health. 

Applicants interested in the M.D.-Ph.D. program should write for further information and 
application forms to: 

Dr. David Schachter 

Chairman, Graduate Biomedical Sciences 

Advisory Committee 
Department of Physiology 
630 West 168th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10032 

They should, moreover, make separate, concurrent application for admission to the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



Joint M.D./M.P.H. Program 

This dual degree program is under the joint direction of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons and the School of Public Health. In addition to preclinical and clinical medical 
training, students gain substantive knowledge of the health care delivery system and the 
technological, social, and political forces that contribute to the problems and patterns of illness, 
medical care, and delivery of services. They also develop concrete skills of research or 
administration applicable in interdisciplinary health service settings, both clinical and commu- 
nity based. 

Before being considered for admission to the joint degree program, the applicant must first 
be accepted as a degree candidate in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Formal 
application to the School of Public Health may then be made at any time before the student 
enters the fourth year of medical training. The overall length of the joint program, registration, 
and scheduling patterns differ for individual students. The total elapsed time could be as short 
as four years, but might extend beyond the four-year graduation date of the medical school. In 
general, during the first three years the joint degree student uses vacation and free time in the 
medical schedule to cross-register for public health courses. In the fourth year the student 
registers concurrently in the two schools, permitting opportunities to complete core, track, and 
elective public health courses and also carry the required clinical elective work in the medical 
curriculum. The M.D. and the M.P.H. degrees may be awarded simultaneously at the end of 
the fourth year; either degree may be awarded separately when the requirements have been 
met. 

For further information, consult the Dean's Office in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, 630 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y., 10032, or the Dean's Office in the School 
of Public Health, 600 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 



50 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 



Programs in Physical TFierapy and Occupational Therapy 

Educational programs are offered by the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine to students 
who have already earned a bachelor's degree. They may apply for admission to a two-year 
program leading to the Master of Science degree in physical therapy or occupational therapy, 
or a second professional Master of Science degree in occupational therapy education or 
occupational therapy administration. Details are given in the bulletin of Programs in Physical 
Therapy and Occupational Therapy. 

Program of the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research 

A course of training in the theory and practice of psychoanalytic medicine is offered through 
the Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research of the Department of Psychiatry. The 
program, a minimum of four years in length, leads to the award of a certificate in 
Psychoanalysis. For details, see the bulletin of the Center (formerly the Psychoanalytic Clinic). 

Programs in Nutrition 

The Master of Science program, administered by the Postgraduate Division of the Faculty of 
Medicine, is a twelve-month program that serves as a foundation for students who plan to 
continue for the Doctor of Philosophy degree or to attend a professional school in the health 
sciences. In addition, the master's program is offered to physicians and other health specialists 
who wish to augment their training with a knowledge of nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: a bachelor's degree from an accredited college, with a strong 
emphasis on the sciences, including two years of chemistry, one year of biology, and a course 
in elementary biochemistry. The Graduate Record Examination is required. 

Under the jurisdiction of the Executive Committee on Graduate Instruction of the Graduate 
School of Arts and Sciences, students may follow a program of studies leading to the Ph.D. 
degree. Course work and thesis research in nutritional biochemistry and in clinical and public 
health nutrition are carried out under the guidance of the DoctorcJ Program subcommittee on 
Nutrition. 

Requirements for admission: successful completion of the Master of Science degree 
program as outlined above, or its equivalent, and demonstrated scholarly ability in pursuing 
advanced studies and research. In addition, students must fulfill the general requirements for 
the degree which govern all Ph.D. candidates in the University. 

A program of postdoctoral training in nutrition is offered for qualified individueds having the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine or the degree of Doctor of Philosophy who intend to pursue 
careers in teaching and research in nutrition. The program includes clinics, selected nutrition 
courses, seminars, and participation in research projects, with a view to qualifying the 
individual for teaching in medical schools or in nutrition departments of graduate schools. 
Specific training is given in the areas of nutrition and development, prenatal growth, obesity, 
endocrinology, and nutrition and metabolism. This program has considerable flexibility and is 
arranged with the individual to suit his or her particular goals and needs. 

Inquiries concerning the above programs may be directed to the Office of the Director, 
Institute of Human Nutrition, 701 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Clinical Genetics 

While patient services in genetics are rendered through the existing clinical departments of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, the teaching, research, and clinical services in genetics 



PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 51 



are coordinated and integrated by the Program in Clinical Genetics, under the chairmanship of 
Dr. Arthur Bloom, Professor of Pediatrics and of Human Genetics and Development. The 
membership of this committee includes physicians and scientists from the Department of 
Human Genetics and Development and from numerous other departments of the College. 

The Program in Clinical Genetics offers fellowships in genetics and training in the genetic 
aspects of a wide range of medical and surgical specialties. The Program provides postgrad- 
uate clinical teaching, elective courses for medical students, and regular conferences on 
clinical genetics. The clinical and laboratory facilities of the Presbyterian Hospital, Babies 
Hospital, and other affiliated hospitals are all utilized in the Program, and the research 
laboratories of the Department of Human Genetics and Development actively participate in 
it. 

Interested applicants should write for further information to the Chairman, Program in 
Clinical Genetics, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 West 168th 
Street, New York, N.Y. 10032. 

Program in Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry 

The program of study in biophysics and biophysical chemistry, which leads to the award of the 
degree of Doctor of Philosophy, is under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School of Arts and 
Sciences. Information about admission and degree requirements and courses of instruction is 
given in the bulletin of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 



Endowed Lectureships and Visiting Professorship 

Through the kindness of generous donors, the resources of the Faculty of Medicine include 
several distinguished lectureships and a visiting professorship: 

The Cartwright Lecture Fund, established under the will of Benjamin Cartwright, made 
possible biennial lectures under the sponsorship of the P&S Alumni Association during the 
period 1881-1912. A new series of Cartwright Lectures was inaugurated under the College's 
auspices in November 1974. 

The Alexander Ming Fisher Lectures were established under the terms of the will of Dr. A. M. 
Fisher's half-brother, E. Douglas Southwick, to make possible lectures on the general theme of 
Death and Dying. 

The Michael Heidelberger Lectures were begun in 1955 to honor the notable contributions of 
Dr. Heidelberger, now Professor Emeritus of Immunochemistry, and to stimulate further 
scientific progress in immunochemistry and related disciplines. 

The David Seegal Lectureship and Visiting Professorship Fund, given by the Alpha Omega 
Alpha Honor Medical Society and others, provides for the appointment of a visiting professor 
who is in residence for five days. During this time he or she delivers the David Seegal Lecture 
on Chronic Disease. 



Prizes and Awards 

The Distinguished Service Award of the College of Physicians and Surgeons is given annually 
at Commencement exercises to a member of the faculty for outstanding contributions to 
medicine. 

The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize, the recipient of which traditionally gives a public lecture, was 
established under the will of the late S. Gross Horwitz in honor of his mother and is given 
annually in recognition of outstanding basic research in the fields of biology or biochemistry. 



52 PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION 

The Joseph Mather Smith Prize is awarded to the graduate of the College whose original 
research in medical subjects is deemed by the Dean's Advisory Committee on Honors and 
Awards to be the most meritorious. 

The Stevens Triennial Prize is awarded to the person, not necessarily a graduate of the 
College, whose original research on any medical subject is deemed by the Dean's Advisory 
Committee on Honors and Awards to be most meritorious. 



Postgraduate Programs 



Opportunities for continuing medical education beyond the M.D. degree are offered at the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons through three major programs: (1) the training of 
specialists by means of hospital residencies; (2) special courses in general medicine and in the 
specialties, for practicing physicians and physicians in training who wish to renew and continue 
their educational experiences in the various fields of medicine; and (3) the Doctor of Medical 
Science Program, for physicians with particular interest and competence in research in the 
basic sciences. Further information about these programs may be obtained from the Office of 
the Deem of the Faculty of Medicine. 

Graduate Training of Specialists 

The program offers training opportunities through fellowships at the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons and residencies at affiliated hospitals for holders of the M.D. degree. Proper training 
for specialization includes four major elements. First, it provides a comprehensive clinical 
experience as a resident in a hospital that is equipped and staffed to provide graded 
responsibilities under the supervision of experts in the selected specialty. Second, it disciplines 
the resident in scientific attitudes toward health and disease and enriches the clinical 
experience through advanced training in those medical sciences that are largely concerned 
with the resident's specialty. Third, it enables the resident to see and to begin to understand 
the effect of illness on the individual patient and the response of that person to the illness and 
to the physician. The relationships that the resident physician develops with individual patients 
set the pattern for his or her participation in the delivery of health care after the completion of 
the residency. Finally, it gives the student the opportunity, either as a resident or as a fellow, to 
do basic or clinical research. This, in turn, may stimulate the type of creative productivity that 
may earn the student a recommendation for admission to a program leading to the award of 
the Doctor of Medical Science degree. 

Postgraduate Courses for Practicing Physicians and Specialists 

A variety of short courses have been organized at hospitals and clinics affiliated with the 
University; they are available at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and at the other 
affiliated hospitals. No University credit or certificates are granted for these courses, but 
continuing medical education credit is granted through the Physicians Recognition Award of 
the American Medical Association. 

Courses for the general practitioner furnish opportunities to keep abreast of new knowledge 
and the latest methods of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention; and to learn the indications, 
limitations, and value of those technical procedures that require the attention of a qualified 
specialist. The instruction consists largely of first-hand clinical experience, lectures, demonstra- 
tions, and discussion. 

For those already practicing a specialty, advanced instruction is given in the therapeutic 
and diagnostic methods of certain limited fields of practice. Enrollment is limited to those who 
have the preparation necessary to enable them to benefit by the advanced instruction. 

Program for the Doctor of Medical Science Degree 

The University confers the Med.Sc.D. degree upon a few physicians who have completed a 
research project in one of the basic science fields. Only staff members of the Columbia- 



54 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS 



Presbyterian Medical Center are eligible for this degree. A minimum of two years of full-time 
work in the basic science field is required. Additional requirements include completion of a 
significant and original research project, the passing of comprehensive and oral examinations 
and submission of a dissertation. 



Departments of Instruction 



Listed are only those faculty appointments and promotions approved by September 1, 1981. 

The designation "also" is used with the name of an individual holding a joint appointment in 
two departments. The designation "in" is used when an individual holds an appointment in the 
department where listed, with assignment to the department named after the "in." In either 
case, the name appears in both departmental lists. 

Anatomy and Cell Biology 

Professor and Chairman 

Michael D. Gershon. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., 1963 

Professors 

Charles A. Ely. B.A., Washington and Jefferson, 1946; M.S., Hawaii, 1940; Ph.D., 
Wisconsin, 1949 

Melvin L. Moss. B.A., New York University, 1942; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946; Ph.D., 1954 

Charles R. Noback. B.S., Cornell, 1936; M.S., New York University, 1938; Ph.D., Minneso- 
ta, 1942 

Virginia M. Tennyson (also Pathology). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 1956; 
Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Adjunct Professor 

Manfred Otto Nahmmacher. Ph.D., Giessen (Germany), 1960 

Associate Professors 

Ernest W. April. B.S., Tufts, 1961; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 

Philip W. Brandt. B.A., Swarthmore, 1952; M.S., Pennsylvania, 1957; Ph.D., Columbia, 

1960 
Stephen B. Doty (in Orthopedic Surgery). B.A., Rice, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1965 
Eladio A. Nunez. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1951; M.S., 1953; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1964 
Karl H. Pfenninger. M.D., Zurich, 1971 
Ann-Judith Silverman. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1967; Ph.D., 1970 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Arline D. Deitch. B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1954 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Richard M. Hoar. B.A., Dartmouth, 1950; Ph.D., Kansas, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Richard T. Ambron. B.S., Villanova, 1965; Ph.D., Temple, 1971 

Craig H. Bailey (also Psychiatry). B.A., Lehigh, 1967; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., 1973 



56 ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY • ANESTHESIOLOGY 



Julia R. Currie. B.A., Harvard, 1967; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1974 

Halina Den (in Neurology). B.S., Frankfurt, 1949; M.S., New York University, 1954; Ph.D., 

Michigan, 1958 
Abraham B. Eastwood (in Neurology). B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; Ph.D., 

1971 
James P. Kelly. B.A., Harpur, 1966; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1971 
Daniel M. Linkie (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1962; M.S., State University of New York (Albany), 1963; Ph.D., Michigan, 

1971 
Marie-France Maylie-Pfenninger. Baccalaureate, Algiers, 1960; L. is Sc, Marseilles, 1963; 

Docteur de Specialite, 1967; Ph.D., 1972 
Tuan Due Pham (also Pharmacology). B.S., St. Edward's (Texas), 1962; M.S., Loyola, 

1967; M. Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1975 
Taube Pearl Rothman. B.A., City College, 1969; Ph.D., Cornell, 1975 
Samuel Mark Schacher (also Psychiatry). B.S., Columbia, 1971; M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 1976 
Michael A. Silver. B.A., Colgate, 1971; Ph.D., Rochester, 1977 

Klaudiusz Weiss (also Psychiatry) (in Dentistry). M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State Univer- 
sity of New York (Stony Brook), 1973 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Ian Blair Fries. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1968 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES INSTRUCTOR 

Gary E. Pickard, Ph.D. Sharon C. Colacino, Ph.D. 

PTA^n-^ptT"'^-^- LECTURER 

Ira Walhs, Ph.D. ^j^^^^, p ^^^^^^^^ p^^ 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Rochelle Small, Ph.D. 

Anesthesiology 

Professor and Chairman 

Henrik H. Bendixen. M.D., Copenhagen, 1951 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Gymnasium (Poland), 1941; 

M.D., Geneva, 1957 
Lester C. Mark. M.D., Toronto, 1941 

Gabriel G. Nahas. M.D., Toulouse, 1944; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1953 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Pharmacology). M.B., National Central (Nanking), 1944 

Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Leonard Brand. B.S., Yale, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Edgar C. Hanks. B.A., Gettysburg, 1943; M.D., Jefferson, 1947 

Ernest Salanitre. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1936; M.D., Rome, 1942 

Adjunct Professor 

Sidney Spector (also Pharmacology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jefferson, 
1956 



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Associate Professors 

Ralph A. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1963 

Allen I. Hyman (also Pediatrics). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College 

1959 
Hisayo O. Morishima. M.D., Toho (Tokyo), 1951; Ph.D., Tokyo, 1959 
Eugene J. Pantuck. B.S., Tufts, 1959; M.D., 1963 
J. Gilbert Stone. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate) 

1964 
Lubos Triner. M.D., Charles (Prague), 1955; Ph.D., 1961 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Richard S. Matteo. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Upstate) 
1955 

Assistant Professors 

Jeffrey Askanazi. B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1971; M.D., Upstate Medical 

Center (Syracuse), 1975 
Keith J. Bernstein. B.A., New York University, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1974 
Michael C. Damask. B.A., Case Western Reserve, 1970; M.D., Chicago Medical School 

1974 
Foun-Chung Fan. M.D., Taipei Medical College (Taiwan), 1972 
Arthur Donald Finck. B.S., Lafayette, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
Warren K. Grodin. B.A., Minnesota, 1967; M.D., London, 1975 
John A. Holzer. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Hoshang Jal Khambatta. M.D., Karachi, 1958 
Vance Lauderdale. B.A., Harvard, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1947 
Pat J. Martin. B.S., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 
Leila M. Pang (also Pediatrics). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1964 
Hilda Pedersen. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1958 
David M. Richlin. B.A., Drew, 1970; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistrv 

1974 
Stanley H. Rosenbaum (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard 1969- M.D 

Cornell, 1973 
Peter Salgo. B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.D., 1975 
Yvonne Vulliemoz. M.S., Lausanne, 1956; Ph.D., Paris, 1969 
Sook Young Woo. B.S., Ewha Women's University (Seoul), 1968; M.D., 1972 
Jen-Tieng Wung. M.D., Taipei Medical College, 1956 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ana Maria Lobo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon Faculty of Medicine, 1967 

Dorothy A. Black. B.A., Rutgers, 1957; M.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., Harvard, 1965 

Donald C. Brody. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Boston, 1956 

Kathryn A. W. Cozine. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1961 

EUise S. Delphin. B.A., Barnard, 1971; M.D., Columbia, 1975 

Alber Faltas. M.D., Kasr-El-Ainy Medical School (Egypt), 1961 

Richard F. Gallagher. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1968; M.D., New York University, 1973 

Carolyn P. Greenberg. B.A., Stanford, 1962; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1966 

John W. Hennessey. B.S, Massachusetts, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1966 

Ina Lieberman. B.A., Barnard, 1964; M.D., New York University, 1968 

Dudley D. McDaniel. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1971; M.D., Autonoma (Mexico), 1975 



58 ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Kevin V. Sanborn. B.S., Manhattan, 1969; M.D., New York University, 1973 

Medhat Riad Wassef. M.B., B.Ch., Cairo, 1957 

Gerald S. Weinberger. M.D., New York University, 1948 

Marcelle M. Willock. B.A., New Rochelle, 1958; M.D., Howard, 1962 

Joseph Chuan-Shih Yang. B.S., Taiwan, 1959; M.D., Medical Academy (Dusseldorf), 1964 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL STAFF ASSOCIATES 

ANESTHESIOLOGY James C. Dooley, M.A. 

Alan Jay Young, M.D. Annamarie Giangarra, M.S. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES C^™' Pantuck, B.A. 

Salha S. Daniel, Ph.D. '^^^''^ ^- ^"9""''' ^'^^ 

Mariagnes Verosky, B.A. 
Alvin Wald, Ph.D. 

At Mary Imogens Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Andrew L. Rauscher. M.B., London, 1963; M.B.B.S., University College Hospital, 1966 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Edward Palmer. B.A., Dartmouth, 1967; M.D., Cornell, 1971 

At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Herbert G. Cave. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1942; M.D., Howard, 1947 
Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Elmer S. Foster. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Brussels, 1959 

Archibald K. Hinds. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.D., Montpellier, 1962 

Gilbert Phanor. B.S., Lycee T. Gilboro, 1953; M.D., Medical School of Haiti, 1960 

William Murray Smith. B.A., Michigan, 1954; M.D., Zurich, 1966 

Madisetti Swamy. M.B., B.S., Osmania (India), 1954 

J. Sinclair Trimiar. B.S., Howard, 1960; D.D.S., 1960 

Francis Weekes. B.S., Johnson C Smith, 1941; D.D.S., Meharry, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Samuel C. Brisbane. B. A., Lincoln, 1937jM^+hward, 1949 
Oscar N. Graves. B.A., Lincoln, 1944; M.D., Howard, 1949 

At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

John Rocco Calabro. B.S., Manhattan, 1971; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and 

Dentistry, 1975 
Henry A. Connolly, Jr. B.S., Fordham, 1951; M.D., Hamburg, 1955 
Demetrios B. Kalas. M.D., Aristotelian, 1954 
Mary Louise White. B.S., Maryland, 1943; M.D, 1945 



ANESTHESIOLOGY • BIOCHEMISTRY 59 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY 
Sami A.M. Abadir, M.D. 
Jane deV. Stark, M.D. 
Carol E. Zimmerman, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Professor 

Louis Blancato. B.S., Fordham, 1942; M.D., New York Medical College, 1945 
Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

Ennio Gallozzi. M.D., Rome, 1953 

Joseph lacovelli. B.A., Buffalo, 1952; M.D., Bologna, 1958 

Ronald A. Andree. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1955; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1959 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Errol N. Harding. B.A., M.D., CM, McGiil, 1949 
Aino Tuul. M.D., Tartu (Estonia), 1942 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

ANESTHESIOLOGY ^, ,,, ,, y, ^^ 

Zdan J. Korduba, M.D. 

Guglielmina Bettini, M.D. Han Chiang Lee, M.D. 

Hilda H.C. Liu, M.D. Ignacio U. Ngo, M.D. 

Alfred T.C. Peng, M.D. Kyaw Nyunt, M.B., B.S. 

Altagracia H. Polanco, M.D. Kenneth A. Rothenberg, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL Kristappa Sangavaram, M.D. 
ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Julio M. Garcia-Rodriguez, M.D. 
Byung Yang Kim, M.D. 

Biochemistry 

Robert Wood Johnson, Jr., Professor and Chairman 

Isidore S. Edelman. B.A., Indiana, 1941; M.D., 1944 

University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director, Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City of New 
York, 1939; M.S., Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Pathology). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 

Reinhold Benesch. B.Sc., Leeds, 1941; M.Sc, 1945; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1950 

Ruth E. Benesch. B.Sc, London, 1946; Ph.D., Northwestern, 1951 

Max A. Eisenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1938; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., Duke, 

1950 
Philip Feigelson. B.S., Queens, 1947; Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1951 
Robert F. Goldberger. M.D., New York University, 1958 

Arthur Karlin (also Neurology). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1962 
Alvin I. Krasna. B.A., Yeshiva, 1950; Ph.D. Columbia, 1955 



60 BIOCHEMISTRY 

Seymour Lieberman (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., Illinois, 

1937; Ph.D., Stanford, 1941 
Barbara W. Low. B.A., Oxford, 1942; M.A., 1946; D. Phil., 1948 
Maurice M. Rapport (in Psychiatry). B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; Ph.D., 

California Institute of Technology, 1946 
Parithychery Srinivasan. B.Sc, Madras, 1946; Ph.D., 1953 



Adjunct Professor 

Benno P. Schoenborn. 
(Australia), 1962 



B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1958; Ph.D., New South Wales 



Associate Professors 

Roger M. Burnett. B.Sc, The Polytechnic (London), 1964; Ph.D., Purdue, 1970 
Allen M. Gold. B.A., Chicago, 1950; Ph.D., Harvard, 1955 

Dezider Grunberger (also Public Health). M.Sc, Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; Ph.D., 
Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 1956; Sc.D., 1968 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

John D. Karkas. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

Senior Research Associate 

David Elwyn (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1950 



Assistant Professors 

George Alexander (in Psychiatry). B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 

Hagen P Bayley. B.Sc, Oxford, 1974; Ph.D., Harvard, 1979 

Irving Goodman (in Surgery). B.A., Colorado, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., 1944 

Lee Makowski. B.S., Brown, 1971; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1973; 

Ph.D., 1976 
Herbert L. Meltzer (in Psychiatry). B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 
James L. Roberts (in International Institute for Study of Human Reproduction). B.S., 

Colorado State, 1973; Ph.D., Oregon, 1977 
Kamil Ugurbil. Ph.D., Columbia, 1977 
Bonnie Ann Wallace. Ph.D., Yale, 1977 



ASSOCIATE 

Carola P. Zimmerman, 

Ph.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Martha Redden Kimball, 

Ph.D. 
Jade Li, Ph.D. 
Richard S. Magliozzo, B.A. 
Sahebarao Mahadik, Ph.D. 

(in Psychiatry) 
Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 

(in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology) 
Alicia M. Spencer, Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTOR IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Karen A. Bucher, Ph.D. 
STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Stephen L. Ginell, Ph.D. 
Susanna Yung Kwong, M.S. 
James Pachence, Ph.D. 
Addison Rosenkrans, Ph.D. 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 

Erwin Chargaff, M.D. 
Zacharias Dische, M.D. 

(in Ophthalmology) 
Karl Meyer, M.D. (in 

Ophthalmology) 
David Nachmansohn, M.D. 

(in Neurology) 
David B. Sprinson, M.D. 



BIOCHEMISTRY • DERMATOLOGY 61 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Theodore Peters, Jr. (in Medicine). B.S., Lehigh, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1950 
Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Leonard A. Sauer. M.D., Rochester, 1961; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1966 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Utapalendu S. Maitra, Ph.D. 
Venkitachalem P. Mohan, Ph.D. 

Dermatology 

Professor and Chairman 

Leonard C. Harber. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1949; M.D., New York University, 1953 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Clinical Professors 

Saul L. Sanders. B.A., Kenyon, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1952 
Dorothy Windhorst. B.A., Chicago, 1948; M.D., 1954 

Associate Professor 

Richard L. Edelson. B.A., Hamilton, 1966; M.D., Yale, 1970 

Associate Professor of Clinical Dermatology 

Maureen B. Poh. B.S., Siena, 1964; M.D., Tennessee, 1967 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Jack Eisert. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D., State University of New York, 1956 
David N. Silvers (also Pathology). B.A., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 
Richard A. Walzer. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Assistant Professors 

Alan D. Andrews. B.S., Illinois, 1968; M.D., Virginia, 1972 

Robert B. Armstrong. B.A., Haverford, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Irene E. Kochevar. Ph.D., Michigan State, 1970 

Robert R. Walther. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., North Carolina, 1973 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Irving Abrahams. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New York, 

1954 
Vincent S. Beltrani. B.A., Brooklyn, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
William De Pietro. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972; M.D., Georgetown, 

1976 



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Marc E. Grossman. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1970; M.D., Pennsylvania, 

1974 
Eric W. Herman. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1972; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 

1976 
Einar A. Juhlin. B.S., Illinois, 1950; M.D., Royal Charles (Sweden), 1957 
Steven R. Kohn. B.A., Rutgers, 1964; M.D., Boston, 1968 
Theodore A. Labow. B.S., Miami, 1951; M.D., Tufts, 1955 
Jack H. Rozen. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1958; M.D., 1962 
Gregory Zalar. B.S., George Washington, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

William G. Atwood, M.D. 
Robert P. Feinstein, M.D. 
Paul Ira Schneiderman, 

M.D. 
Eugene W. Sweeney, M.D. 
Harvey I. Weinberg, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Carole L. Berger, Ed.D. 
Shinichiro Takezaki, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Leon K. Demar, M.D. 
Jeffery S. Kezis, M.D. 
Joseph A. Penner, M.D. 
Douglas Pravda, M.D. 
Joseph S. Shapiro, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY {continued) 

Luis A. Suarez, M.D. 
Lawrence M. Wells, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Timothy J. Corey, M.D. 
William J. Cunningham, 

M.D. 
Joan P. Noroff, M.D. 
Margaret S. Ravits, M.D. 
Kass Sadri, M.D. 
Robert S. Seibt, M.D. 
George E. Thome, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Anthony C. Chu, M.B., B.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Sian M. Chu, M.B.B.Ch. 
Francis P. Gasparro, Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Minjoong Yoon, Ph.D. 
J. Lowry Miller, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Margarita S. Hutner, Ph.D. 
Angelo A. Lamola, Ph.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professor 

Alexander W. Young, Jr. B.S, Maryland, 1944; M.D., 1946 
Assistant Clinical Professors 

Peter C. Lombardo. B.S., Rochester, 1955; M.D., Albany, 1959 
David Sibulkin. B.A., New York University, 1962; M.D., 1966 
Gregory Zalar. B.S., George Washington, 1965; M.D., 1969 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Herbert H. Hochman, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Elaine V. DiGrande, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
DERMATOLOGY 

Joshua S. Berger, M.D. 
Stanley J. Lewis, M.D. 



Human Genetics and Development 

Professor and Acting Chanrman 

Arthur Bank (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 1960 



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University Professor 

Sol Spiegelman (Director, Institute of Cancer Research). B.S., College of the City of New 
York, 1939; M.S., Columbia, 1942; Ph.D., Washington (St. Louis), 1944 

Professors 

Kimball C. Atwood. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., New York University, 1946 

Arthur D. Bloom (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 

Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Boston, 

1949; M.D., Tufts, 1955 
Elvin A. Kabat (also Microbiology) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New York, 

1932; M. A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 
Paul A. Marks (also Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1949 
Orlando J. Miller (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1950 
Richard A. Rifkind (also Medicine). B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Professor of Mathematical Statistics and Genetics 

Howard Levene (in Biological Sciences and Mathematical Statistics). B.A., New York 
University, 1941; Ph.D., Columbia, 1947 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

L. Erlenmyer-Kimling. B.S., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 
John D. Rainer. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.A., 1944; M.D., 1951 

Adjunct Professors 

Sidney Udenfriend. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1948 
Arthur Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1947; Ph.D., Columbia, 1953 
Herbert Weissbach. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1953; Ph.D., George Washing- 
ton, 1957 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Dorothy Warburton. B.S., McGill, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 
Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ronald H. Kaback. B.A., Haverford, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 

1962 
Michael Ian Sherman. B.S.C, McGill, 1965; Ph.D., State University of New York (Stony 

Brook), 1969 
David Webb. B.A., California State, 1966; M.A., 1968; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Senior Research Associates 

Harold I. Calvin (in International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction). B.A., 

Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1964 
Fred R. Kramer. B.S., Michigan, 1964; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1969 
Dorothy A. Miller. B.A., Wilson, 1952; Ph.D., Yale, 1957 
Donald R. Mills. B.A., Indiana, 1962; M.A., 1964; Ph.D., Illinois, 1968 

Assistant Professors 

Marian B. Carlson. B.A., Radcliffe, 1973; Ph.D., Stanford, 1978 
Ann S. Henderson. B.S., Winthrop, 1960; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1966 
Debra Wolgemuth. B.A., Gettysburg, 1969; M.A., Vanderbilt, 1971; M. Phil, Columbia, 
1975; Ph.D., 1977 



64 HUMAN GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT • MEDICINE 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Mary Rita Greenwood B.A., Vassar, 1968; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1973 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES LECTURER 

Jye-Siung Fang, Ph.D. Jerard Hurwitz, Ph.D. 

Harlow K. Fischman, Ph.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Ye-Chin Choi, Ph.D. 
John K. Cowell, Ph.D. 

Medicine 

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Acting Chairman 

Thomas Q. Morris. B.A., Notre Dame, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Arthur Bank (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., 

Harvard, 1960 
J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Pharmacology). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 
Vincent P. Butler, Jr. B.A., St. Peter's, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Robert E. Canfield. B.S., Lehigh, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1957 
Paul J. Cannon. B.A., Holy Cross, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 
Rose R. Ellison (in the Cancer Center). B.A., Barnard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Andrew G. Frantz. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
Robert M. Glickman. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
DeWitt S. Goodman (Tilden-Weger-Bieler Professor of Preventive Medicine). B.A., Harvard, 

1951; M.D., 1955 
Rejane M. Harvey. B.A., Vassar, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
John N. Loeb. B.A., Harvard 1957; M.D., 1961 
Paul A. Marks (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 

1949 
Harold C. Neu (also Pharmacology). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1960 
Hymie L. Nossel. M.B., Ch.B., Cape Town, 1953; Ph.D., Oxon, 1962 
Elliott F. Osserman (American Cancer Society Professor). B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 

1947 
Benvenuto Pemis (also Microbiology). M.D., Milan, 1947 
Richard A. Rifkind (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1952; M.D., 

Columbia, 1955 
John V. Taggart (also Physiology). M.D., Southern California, 1940 
Donald F. Tapley. B.S., Acadia, 1948; M.D., Chicago, 1952 
Gerard M. Turino. B.A., Princeton, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1948 
I. Bernard Weinstein (also Public Health). B.S., Wisconsin, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Felix E. Demartini. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1946 

M. Irene Ferrer. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Donald A. Holub. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1952 

Israel Jaffe. B.S., New York University, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1950 



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Edgar Leifer. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., Columbia, 1939; Ph.D., 

1941; M.D., 1946 
Robert Palmer. B.A., Oberlin, 1953; M.D., Harvard, 1957 
Robert N. Taub. B.A., Yeshiva, 1957; M.D., Yale, 1961; Ph.D., London, 1969 
Robert T. Whitlock. B.A., North Carolina, 1950; M.D., 1957 

Professor of Social Medicine 

Robert J. Weiss (also Psychiatry and Public Health). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., 
Columbia, 1951 

Clinical Professors 

Stuart W. Cosgriff. B.A., Holy Cross, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 
John R. Edsall. B.A., Cambridge, 1945; M.B., B.Ch., 1948 
Jay 1. Meltzer. B.A., Princeton, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Kermit L. Pines. B.A., Columbia, 1937; M.D., 1942 
Richard J. Stock. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 
John A. Wood. B.A., Harvard 1943; M.D., 1946 

Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Physiology). M.B., Ch.B., Baghdad, 1952 
Leslie Baer. B.A., Wisconsin, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 
John P. Bilezikian. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Peter R. B. Caldwell. B.A., Dartmouth, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1958 
Leonard Chess. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964; M.D., State University 
of New York (Downstate), 1968 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Yale Enson. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1953 

Dorothy Estes. B.S., Wheaton (Massachusetts), 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Robert H. Heisenbuttel. B.A., Thiel, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Wylie C. Hembree, 111 (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; M.D., 

Washington (St. Louis), 1964 
George W. Melcher, Jr. B.A., Colorado, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 
Jane H. Morse. B.A., Smith, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 
James A. Reiffel. B.A., Duke, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Frank R. Smith. B.A., Dartmouth, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Joseph G. Sweeting. B.S., Holy Cross, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1956 
Henry M. Thomas, III. B.A., Haverford, 1950; M.D., 1957 
Melvin B. Weiss. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962; M.D., State University 

of New York (Downstate), 1967 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Ralph S. Blume. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

John O. Burris. B.S., Wyoming, 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1956 

Peter A. Gross. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., Yale, 1964 

Lionel Grossbard. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

George A. Hyman. B.A., Columbia, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Abbie I. Knowlton. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1938; M.D., Columbia, 1942 

William Lovejoy. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

David J. McConnell. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., Yale, 1962 

George H. McCormack, Jr. B.S., Holy Cross, 1945; M.D., Columbia, 1949 

Hans Neuberg. B.A., Wagner, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1950 



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Earl A. Wheaton, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

Assistant Professors 

Gerald B. Appel. B.A., Cornell, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

Conrad B. Blum. B.S., Northwestern, 1969; M.D., 1971 

Thomas A. Brasitus. B.A., Connecticut, 1967; M.D., Jefferson, 1971 

Randolph Cole. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1973 

Oliver T. Fein. B.A., Swarthmore, 1962; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1967 

Steven M. Friedman. B.A., Princeton, 1968; M.D., Cornell, 1972 

Glenda J. Garvey. B.A., Wellesley, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Elsa-Grace V. Giardina. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D., New York Medical College, 1965 

Steven Grant. M.D., Mt Sinai Medical School, 1973 

Peter Green. M.B., B.S., Sydney (Australia), 1970 

James P. Halper. B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., 1971 

Karen L. Kaplan. B.A., Miami (Ohio), 1963; M.D., Ph.D., Chicago, 1969 

Hugh Nellans (also Physiology). B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 

Allen Bryant Nichols. B.A., Yale, 1961; M.D., Virginia, 1971 

Juan Oliver. B.A., Bachiller Institute, 1961; M.D., Barcelona (Spain), 1967 

John Owen. B.ScM., McMaster (Ontario) 1972; M.D., 1974 

Constance Park. B.A., Radcliffe, 1974; M.S., Harvard, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 

Marjorie Perloff. B.A., Bennington, 1965; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1969 

Eric R. Powers. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., Harvard, 1974 

Frederick G. Rapoport. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 

Stanley H. Rosenbaum (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.A., Harvard, 1969; 

M.D., Cornell, 1973 
William H. Sherman. B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1967; M.D., Jefferson, 1969 
Ethel S. Siris. B.A., Radcliffe, 1967; M.D, Columbia, 1971 
Alan R. Tall. M.B., B.S., Sydney (Australia), 1970 
Francis M. Weld. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D, Columbia, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Lester W. Blair. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D, 1974 

David K. Blood. B.A., Amherst, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Norma M.T.W. Braun. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Peter J. Buchin. B.A., Williams, 1970; M.D., Yale, 1974 

Robert H. DeBellis. B.S., Queens, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Ronald E. Drusin. B.S., Union (Schenectady), 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Kenneth C. Fine. M.D., Catholic (Louvain, Belgium), 1970 

Jerry Glicklich. B.A., Columbia, 1969; M.D., 1975 

Mark J. Goldberger. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 

Victoria E. Guy. B.A., Duke, 1968; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1976 

Thomas P. Jacobs. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1968 

Lynne L. Johnson. B.A., Wellesley, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Cheryl Kunis. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1975 

Rafael A. Lantigua. M.D., Autonomous (Santo Domingo), 1972 

Oscar Lebwohl. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

Robert M. Magrisso. B.A., Franklin and Marshall, 1969; M.S.E., Johns Hopkins, 1972; 

M.D., Albert Einstein, 1976 
Aaron Manson, B.A. Pennsylvania, 1972; M.D., 1976 
Robert McConnell. B.A., Hamilton, 1969; M.D., Columbia, 1973 
Robin O. Motz. B.A., Columbia, 1959; Ph.D., 1965; M.D., 1975 
Carmen Ortiz-Neu. B.A., Wellesley, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 
Kenneth M. Prager. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1968 
Marshall Primack. B.A., Louisville, 1961; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1965 
Edith B. Reilly. B.A., Smith, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 



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John L. Roglieri. B.A., B.S., Lehigh, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1966 

Martin J. Saltzman. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1972 
Harvey A. Schneier. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., 1967 
Peter E. Schrag. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1964 

Allan Schwartz. B.S., City College, 1967; M.S., Harvard, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1974 
Alan H. Seplowitz. B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., 1972 
Richard V. Sims III. B.A., Amherst, 1970; M.D., Harvard, 1974 
Mark Stoopler. B.S., Tulane, 1971; M.D., Cornell, 1974 
Joseph Tenenbaum. B.A., Brandeis, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1974 
Byron Thomashow. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 
Jack B. Weissman. B.A., New York University, 1966; M.D., Harvard, 1970 
Gail S. Williams. B.A., Wellesley 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 
Chun Keung Yip. B.S., St. Francis (Brooklyn), 1972; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1976 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 

Elizabeth R. Prichard. B.A., Adelphi, 1943; M.S., New York School of Social Work, 1947 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Alfred Becker. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 

Michael H. Cohen. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Clarence J. D'Alton. B.A., Yale, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Richard B. Duane, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Juan G. Edreira. M.D., Havana, 1951 

Daniel L. Larson. M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Arnold Lisio. B.S., Rochester, 1956; M.D., 1961 

Daniel L. Macken. B.A., Holy Cross, 1955; M.D., Boston, 1960 

Michael F. Parry. B.A., Yale, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

John Postley. B.A., Yale, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 

Nicholas Rango. B.S., St. Louis, 1966; M.D., Northwestern, 1970 

Arthur 1. Snyder. B.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1950 

Jeffrey A. Stein. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., 1965 

Cornelius J. Tyson. B.A., Princeton, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Medicine 

Eric R. Marcus (also Psychiatry). B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Wisconsin, 1969 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Marcia B. Bull, M.D. 
Elias M. Kaimakliotis, M.D. 
Robert Lewy, M.D. 
Alan L. Saroff, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE IN SOCIAL 
MEDICINE 

Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D. 
RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Steven Birken, Ph.D. 
Bonnie Bray, M.D. 
Gordon A. Campbell, Ph.D. 
Joseph Cerreta, Ph.D. 
Rose D'Alisa, Ph.D. 
Paul Ehrlich, Ph.D. 
Lloyd Fleisher, Ph.D. 
James Koehn, Ph.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Chung Y. Liu, Ph.D. 
Mohammed M. Osman, 

D.V.M. 
lldiko Radichevich, Ph.D. 
Steven L. Roffman, Ph.D. 
Michael Schonberg, Ph.D. 
Robert R. Sciacca, M.S. 
John E. Smith, Ph.D. 
George Taliadovros, M.D. 
Larry D. Witte, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Ronald D. Adelman, M.D. 
Howard J. Barnum, M.D. 
Eli Bauman, M.D. 
Louis D. Carmichael, M.D. 
Herbert Chase, Jr., M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE {continued] 

Jorge Cortes-Quinones, 

M.D. 
Ann P. D'Adamo, M.D. 
Arthur R. DeSimone, M.D. 
Stephen Lyle Gluck, M.D. 
Michael Goldman, M.D. 
Lonnie B. Hanauer, M.D. 
Ralph Herz, Jr., M.D. 
Oscar Irigoyen, M.D. 
Constantine P. 

Ladapoulos, M.D. 
Pamela Ann Lawrence, 

M.D. 
Raymond Lippert, M.D. 
Pier Mancusi-Ungaro, M.D. 
Marcia Naveh, M.D. 
Eduardo R. Pons, Jr., M.D. 



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INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE {continued) 

Harriet Lynn Raik, M.D. 
Susan Lee Rattner.M.D. 
Dennis S. Reison, M.D. 
Elizabeth Shane, M.D. 
Jane S. Sillman, M.D. 
David B. Sutter, M.D. 
Sharon Wardlaw, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Helen-Ann Garcia, M.D. 
Joseph Heller, M.D. 
John E. McWhorter, M.D. 
Mate L. Marinovich, M.D. 
Milovan T. Rakic, M.D. 
Thomas J. Rakowski, M.D. 
John M. Rodgers, M.D. 
Richard H. Runser, M.D. 
Adele Tedeschi, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Joan Sobel, M.S. 
Margaret Willhite, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Hormoz Ashtanyi, M.D. 
Kenneth S. Bannerman, 

M.D. 
John Thomas Barnard, M.D. 
Zea Borek, M.B.Ch.B. 
Deborah L. Brennan, B.S. 
James Coromillas, M.D. 
Mary Dalecki, B.A. 
Michael Drillings, M.S. 
Doris Tse Eng, B.A. 
Sylvia H. Ford, M.A. 
Donald L. Gammon, B.S. 
Michelle Greene, Ph.D. 
Anne Hurlet, M.D. 
Alan 1. Kalischer, M.D. 
Michamasa Kate, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

{continued) 

Kalliope S. LaGamma, B.S. 
Frank D. Livelli, M.D. 
Maria J. Saraiva, M.Sc. 
Yolene Thomas, M.D. 
Dominique A. Weber, L.esSc. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Henry Aranow, Jr., M.D. 
Hylan A. Bickerman, M.D. 
Andre F. Cournand, M.D. 
Albert Lamb, M.D. 
Hamilton Southworth, M.D. 
Alfred Steiner, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Nicholas Christy, M.D. 
Edward E. Fischel, M.D. 
Eric S. Lichtenstein, M.D. 
William M. Manger, M.D. 
John H. McCiement, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

John S. Davis. B.A., Hamilton, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 

Walter Franck. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

Herbert J. Marx. B.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 



M.D., Pennsylvania State, 1972 
B.A., Holy Cross, 1968; M.D., Georgetown, 1972 
B.A., Emory, 1949; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1953 
B.A., Harpur, 1964; M.S., Howard, 1967; M.D., Medical College of 



Peter L. Arquin. 
John F. D'Avella. 
Emery C. Herman. 
Gary S. Hoffman. 

Virginia, 1971 
Peter J. Howard. B.A., Dartmouth, 1971; M.D., McGill, 1975 
Alan J. Kozak. B.A., Rochester, 1965; M.D., 1969 
Don V. Lewis. B.A., North Carolina, 1967; M.D., 1971 
John J. May. B.S., Notre Dame, 1969; M.D., Case Western, 1973 
Eric Michael Mazur. B.S.E., Princeton, 1971; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1975 
Carolyn I. Mook. B.A., Smith, 1969; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1973 
William H. Mook. B.A., Wesleyan, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 
David S. Pratt. B.A., New Hampshire, 1967; M.D., Tufts, 1971 
Donald A. Raddatz. B.A., Holy Cross, 1971; M.D., Minnesota, 1975 
Allan G. Ramsay. B.A., Western Ontario, 1947; M.D., 1948 
William H. Ramsey. B.A., Dartmouth, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Richard E. Reese. B.A., Dartmouth, 1965; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Dennis A. Savoie. B.A., Providence, 1967; M.D., Vermont, 1971 
Robert S. Sioussat. B.A., Wesleyan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1951 
William Streck. B.S., Oklahoma State, 1968;M.D., Missouri, 1973 

David S. Svahn. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1965 
David W. Vaules. B.A., Dartmouth, 1960; B.M.S., 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1963 
Gary Weaver. B.A., Goshen, 1964; M.D, Kansas, 1968 



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Assistant Clinical Professor 

Donald O. Pollock. B.A., Hamilton, 1951; M.D., Harvard, 1955 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE MEDICINE 

Antoinette Kuzminski, M.D. Carole L. Nunamaker, M.D. 

Thomas M. Miller, M.D. 
Stephen E. Szebenyi, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professors 

John Lindenbaum. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.D., Harvard, 1959 

Gerald E. Thomson (Samuel Lambert Professor). B.S., Queens, 1955; M.D., Howard, 
1959 

Clinical Professors 

Harold S. Ballard. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1948; M.D., Meharry, 1952 
Kenneth Sterling. B.A., Harvard, 1940; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1943 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

David Jocelyn Clain. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1959; M.D., 1968 

Charles P. Felton. B.Sc, Xavier, 1949; M.D., Geneva, 1956 

Clayton L. Natta (in Pathology). B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 1957; M.D., Toronto, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professors 

George C. Branche. B.A., Bowdoin, 1944; M.D., Boston, 1948 

John B. Cromie. M.D., Belfast (Northern Ireland), 1949 

William R. Cunnick, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Jeanne A. Smith. B.A., Sarah Lawrence, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 

Charles M. Yergan. B.S., Columbia, 1944; M.D., 1947 

Assistant Professors 

Anne M. Briscoe. M.A., Vassar, 1945; Ph.D., Yale, 1949 
Thomas J. Garrett. M.D., Queen's (Ontario), 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Jay Brown. B.A., Rutgers, 1964; M.D., New York University, 1968 

Peter C. T. Dickinson. B.S., McGill, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Jay Franklin Dobkin. B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., Harvard, 1972 

Donald A. Feinfeld. B.A., Rochester, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 

Kenneth J. Herwig. B.A., Syracuse, 1967; M.D., Pennsylvania State, 1971 

Wanda Devora Huff. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., Yale, 1973 

Steven Z. Kussin. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

James T. Chien. M.D., Yale-in-China Medical College, 1943 
Marvin C. Cooper. B.S., Queens, 1960; M.D., St. Louis, 1965 
Milena L. Lewis. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Richard R. Prouty. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1948 



70 MEDICINE 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

John C. DiJohn, M.D. 
Pearl D. Foster, M.D. 
Paul Killian, M.D. 
Anthony J. Marano, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Jeffrey N. Bradshaw, M.D. 
James T. T. Chien, M.D. 
Bennie W. Chiles, M.D. 
Carl A. Gamier, M.D. 
Major Geer, M.D. 
Michael H. Gordon, M.D. 
Ross T. Hamilton, M.D. 
James H. Hubert, M.D. 
Herbert Knight, M.D. 
Thomas J. Mattimore, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE [continued) 

Clarence S. Murray, M.D. 
Luigi M.F. Negri, M.D. 
Hazeline M. Nurse, M.D. 
Ruth C. Onukwue, M.D. 
Velvie Ann Pogue, M.D. 
Jon Rothenberg, M.D. 
William J. Schwartz, M.D. 
Eric J. Vanderbush, M.D. 
Michael D. Williams, M.D. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Douglas Miller, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 

Cecil G. Marquez, M.D. 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Robert Lindsay. M.P.C.B., Glasgow, 1968; Ph.D., 1969 



At Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Albert S. Klainer. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957; M.D., Tufts, 1961 



Assistant Clinical Professor 



Joseph Ryan. 
1970 



B.S., Notre Dame, 1965; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Kenneth R. Adler, M.D. 
Hillel Ben-Asher, M.D. 
Joel E. Cannilla, M.D. 
Alan Chanin, M.D. 
Bernard Davidoff, M.D. 
Arthur Fisch, M.D. 
Arthur J. Geller, M.D. 
Gary Gerstein, M.D. 
Stephen Guss, M.D. 
Arthur N. Hoagland, M.D. 
Stephen D. Krasnica, M.D. 
Oscar R. Kruest, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE (continued) 

Suohir Mehta, M.D. 
Earl Nielson, M.D. 
John S. Salaki, M.D. 
Michael A. Samach, M.D. 
Felix Schletter, M.D. 
Zalam R. Schrader, M.D. 
Leo H. Siegel, M.D. 
Lawrence B. Stein, M.D. 
Jerrold M. Stock, M.D. 
John S. Thompson, M.D. 
Gary R. Weine, M.D. 
Barry R. Zitomer, M.D. 



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At Overlook Hospital 

Clinical Professors 

Michael Bernstein. M.D., New York Medical College, 1953 

William F. Minogue. B.S., Seton Hall, 1951; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

John J. Gregory. B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1953; M.D., Albany, 1961 

Associate Clinical Professors (Family Practice) 

Donald F. Kent. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1935; M.D., 1940 
Richard N. Podell. B.A., Amherst, 1964; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joel L. Duberstein. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

Robert A. Fuhrman. B.A., Clark, 1962; M.D., Chicago, 1966 

Mary T. Herald. B.A., New Rochelle, 1965; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and 

Dentistry, 1969 
William N. Toth. B.S., Georgetown, 1956; M.D., Hahnemann, 1960 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE MEDICINE (continued) 

Stephen J. Fischl, M.D. R. Gregory Sachs, M.D. 

Peter Goodluck, M.D. Robert R. Springer, M.D. 

William A. Tansey 111, M.D. Michael Suhl, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL ^^^h^^L^- TS^^I^^-^' 

MEDICINE Burton Tucker, M.D. 

„ . r- o II »* i-N William E. Wagner, 

Kevin E. Bell, M.D. J M D 

Donald J. Brock, M.D. d- u ' j \a u; • u x* r> 

„ ^,. „ I »« r^ Richard M. Weinberg, M.D. 

H. Oliver Brown, Jr., M.D. ^' 

Kopel Burk, M.D. ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 

Charles W. Clarke, Jr., M.D. MEDICINE 

Andrew Coronato, Jr., M.D. Joseph Belladonna, M.D. 

H. William Diefendorf, M.D. Joseph T. Faraldo, M.D. 

Charles E. Dooley, Jr., M.D. Eugene R. Kelly, M.D. 

John T. Farry, M.D. Michael B. Kerner, M.D. 

Robert B. Francis, M.D. A. Ralph Kristeller, M.D. 

Sidney E. Friedman, M.D. David P. Miller, M.D. 

Samuel M. Gray, M.D. Lawrence J. Nastro, M.D. 

Thomas V. Inglesby, M.D. Steven J. Stanzione, M.D. 

Robert P. Margie, M.D. David Allen Worth, M.D. 

Sanford M. Reiss, M.D. 

Melvin Rubinstein, M.D. 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professors 

A. L. Loomis Bell. B.S., Wesleyan, 1944; M.D., Harvard, 1947 
John F. Bertles. B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., Harvard 1952 
Robert B. Case. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1958 
Peter R. Holt. B.Sc, Tolington, 1949; M.B., B.S., London, 1954 
Gerald B. Phillips. B.A., Princeton, 1946; M.D., Harvard, 1948 



72 MEDICINE 



Theodore B. Van Itallie. B.S., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1945 
Harvey J. Weiss. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

William S. Clark. B.S., Dayton; M.D., St. Louis, 1938 

Stanley Cortell. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957; M.D., Tufts, 1961 

Michael H. Grieco. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1957 
A. Gregory Jameson. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1950 
Richard N. Pierson, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Clinical Professors 

Philip H. Henneman. B.A., Harvard, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Miles J. Schwartz. B.S., Queens (New York), 1947; M.D., New York University, 1961 

Associate Professor 

F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer. B.A., Oberlin, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Norman A. Cagin. B.S., Rutgers, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 

Edward M. Dwyer, Jr. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Harvey G. Kemp. B.A., Oklahoma, 1955; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1959 

Marianne J. Legato. B.A., Manhattanville, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1962 

Alice Maniatis. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Richard P. Ames. B.A., Williams, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Albert Attia. B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.D., 1958 

C. Redington Barrett. B.A., Yale, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

James B. Gabriel. B.A., Brown, 1945; M.D., Harvard, 1949 

Jonas M. Goldstone. B.A., Harvard, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Albert W. Grokoest. B.S., Hamilton, 1940; M.D., Columbia, 1943 

Saul Kaplan. B.S., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Tennessee, 1959 

Arthur Karanas. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1958 
Richard McCray. B.A., Wesleyan, 1954; B.D., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Myron C. Patterson. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., 1943 
Bruce H. Pinkernell. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1960; M.D., 1964 
Norton S. Rosensweig. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 
Henry G. Schaffeld. B.A., Columbia, 1938; M.D., 1941 
Lawrence Scharer. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 
Gerald Weintraub. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., 1954 
Myron C. Wright. B.A., Dartmouth, 1937; M.D., New York University, 1940 
Herman Ziffer. B.A., Brooklyn, 1949; M.D., Chicago, 1953 

Senior Research Associate 

Beatrice M. Fairchild. B.A., Hunter, 1942; M.A., Bryn Mawr, 1943; Ph.D., 1948 

Assistant Professors 

Richard CoUens. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; M.D., New York 

University, 1966 
Donald Philip Kotler. M. D. , Albert Einstein, 1973 



MEDICINE 73 



Michelle P. Warren (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1961; M.D., 
Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

Judith Axelrod. B.S., Wellesley, 1963; M.D., Cornell, 1967 

Le Clair Bissell. B.A., Colorado, 1955; M.D., 1958 

Jeffrey M. Brensilver. M.D., Columbia, 1971 

Airlee A.C. Cameron. B.A., Radcliffe, 1957; M.D., CM, McGHI, 1961 

Richard Gunnar Carlson. B.S., Trinity, 1966; M.D., Columbia, 1970 

Edward W. Colt. M.D., University College Hospital (London), 1962 

Michael Lange. M.D., Toronto, 1968 

Gertrude Scott Lefavour. B.A., Gaucher, 1965; M.D., Medical College of Pennsylvania, 

1970 
Arthur J. Lennon. B.A., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Jonathan A. Lorch. B.A., Wisconsin, 1968; M.D.,Tulane, 1972 
Allen Mogtader. B.A., Columbia, 1966; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1970 
Robert C. Rinker. B.A., Antioch, 1965; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1969 

Jean W. Saleh. B.A., St. Joseph (Beirut), 1957; M.D., Faculte Francaise de Medicin, 1964 
Seiichi Shimomura. M.D., Okayama (Japan), 1945 
William J. Vicic. B.S., Yale, 1966; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1970 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Samir E. Alam. B.S., American (Beirut), 1968; M.D., 1972 

William J. Athos. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1956 
Robert S. Beekman. B.A., Harvard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1943 
Harvey Benovitz. B.A., Washington & Jefferson, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 
Robert Bernot. B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 
Carlton Boxhill. B.A., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1968 
Earl B. Brown. B.S., Emory, 1938; M.D., 1942 
Donald P. Dallas. B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., 1954 
George Dermksian. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.A., 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
Robert K. Emy. B.A., New York University, 1952; M.D., Medical College of Virginia, 1957 
James A. Feltman. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Richard P. Fried. B.A., Brown, 1964; M.D., Columbia, 1968 
Oscar R. Garfein. B.A., Columbia, 1961; M.D., 1965 
Zane Gaut. B.S., Birmingham Southern, 1950; M.D., Tulane, 1954 
Richard Geltman. B.A., Rutgers, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1971 
Henry M. Greenberg. B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1961; M.D., Tufts, 1968 
Joseph A. Grossman. B.S., City College of New York, 1953; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1957 
Julian B. Hyman. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1947 
John H. Keating. B.A., Columbia, 1941; M.D., 1943 
Ronald Kraft. B.S., Michigan, 1966; M.D., Cincinnati, 1970 
Athanasius Mallios. B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., State University of New York (Upstate), 

1973 
David K. Meriney. B.A., Duke, 1956; M.D., 1960 
Lawson A. Moyer III. B.A., Virginia, 1968; M.D., 1972 
William M. Nicholas. B.A., Williams, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Syracuse), 

1954 
Edward H. Reisner. B.A., Columbia, 1935; M.D., 1939 
Robert B. Roven. B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Eugene Santilli. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1958; M.D., Bologna (Italy), 1964 
Morton Schwimmer. B.A., Lafayette (Pennsylvania), 1948; M.D., Jefferson, 1951 
Kenneth N. Weinstein. B.A., Vermont, 1955; M.D., New York University, 1959 



74 MEDICINE • MICROBIOLOGY 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 

MEDICINE 

Charles A. Adsit, M.D. 
Kenneth A. Altman, M.D. 
Wendy Aronson, M.D. 
Jose L. Barbosa 

Saldivar, M.D. 
John Thomas 

Cappadona, M.D. 
Paul J. Chrzanowski, M.D. 
Albert Cohen, M.D. 
James Ducey, M.D. 
Martin Jay Frankel, M.D. 
Eugene Freundlich, M.D. 
Francis G. Geer, M.D. 
Maurice F. Goodbody, M.D. 
Barry E. Goozner, M.D. 
William S. Hopewell, M.D. 
Michael Robinson Irwin, 

M.D. 
Herbert Ivan Jernow, M.D. 
Annetta J. Kimball, M.D. 
Robert P. Lombardo, M.D. 
Thomas M. Nail, M.D. 
John J. Olichney, M.D. 
Nicholas Steiner, M.D. 
Thomas Tamlyn, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Mukul Kumar Basu, Ph.D. 
M. Saeed Khan, Ph.D. 
Bruce R. Lages, M.D. 
Mohan Muthireval Reddy, 
Ph.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Eric Andreae, M.D. 
Vernon G. Baker, M.D. 
Lestrino C. Baquiran, M.D. 
Michael S. Baum, M.D. 
Michael Borecky, M.D. 
Cecil B. Broderick, M.D. 
David Stewart Carroll, M.D. 
John Cohn, M.D. 
John Cornwall, M.D. 
High C. Davidson, M.D. 
Margaret Dessau, M.D. 
Rosina B. Dixon, M.D. 
Jerome Paul Ehrlich, M.D. 
Jeanne Fastook, M.D. 
Alan Feit. M.D. 
James W. Fingerhut, M.D. 
Donald R. Fishman, M.D. 
Stuart W. Foster 
Dennis Gage, M.D. 
Dulaney Glen, M.D. 
Carolyn E. Goodstein, M.D. 
Antoine C. Harovas, M.D. 
Katherine A. Hawkins, M.D. 
Sheila Joy Herscovitch, 

M.D. 
Karl R. Hoffman, M.D. 
Peter L. Hofmann, M.D. 
Wade A. Johnson. M.D. 
Mitchell Kahn. M.D. 
Martin Philip Kasofsky, 

M.D. 
Edith Joan Langner. M.D. 
Alfred Miller, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE {continued) 

Lazare Novack, M.D. 
Norman Peeler, M.D. 
Anthony J. Pepe. M.D. 
Martin Saul Pine, M.D. 
Ernest C. Richards. M.D. 
Thomas D. Robinson, M.D. 
Harry A. Roselle. M.D. 
Nicholas J. Rummo. M.D. 
Thomas Clark Scanlan, 

M.D. 
Clyde N. Schechter, M.D. 
Howard N. Schwartz. M.D. 
Mark V. Sherrid, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
MEDICINE 

Dennis George Huskins, 

M.D. 
Vincent Mchta, M.B.B.S. 
Richard R. Neufield, M.D. 
Mary E. O'Brien, M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Thalia Boussios, Ph.D. 
Hisham F. Nakshbendi, B.S. 
Katherine P. Porikos. Ph.D. 
Jack Wang, M.S. 
Mei-Uih Yang, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Marcelle Lavau. Ph.D. 
David Schudmmer. M.D. 



Microbiology 



John E. Borne Professor and Chairman 

Harold S. Ginsberg. B.A., Duke, 1937; M.D., Tulane. 1941 



Professors 

Paul D. Ellner (also Pathology). B.S., Long Island, 1940; M.D.. Southern California. 1952; 

Ph.D., Maryland, 1956 
Bernard F. Erlanger. B.S.. College of the City of New York. 1943; M.A.. New York 

University, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1951 
Gabriel S. Godman (also Pathology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Elvin A. Kabat (also Human Genetics) (in Neurology). B.S., College of the City of New York, 

1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 1937 
Wladyslaw Manski (in Ophthalmology). M. Phil.. Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc., Wroclaw, 1951 
Benvenuto Pemis (also Medicine). M.D., Milan, 1947 
Henry J. Vogel (in Pathology). B.S., London. 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941 



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Professor of Oral Biology 

Solon A. Ellison. B.S., Columbia, 1942; D.D.S., 1946; Ph.D., 1958 

Adjunct Professors 

Dean L. Englehardt. B.S., Amherst, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1967 
Louis H. Muschel. B.S., New York, 1936; A.M., Columbia, 1938; M.S., Yale, 1951; Ph.D., 
1953 

Associate Professors 

Sherie L. Morrison. B.A., Stanford, 1963; Ph.D., 1966 
Saul J. Silverstein. B.S., Cornell, 1968; Ph.D., Florida, 1971 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Victor Bokkenheuser. M.D., Copenhagen, 1945 

Assistant Professors 

Andrei Augustin. M.D., Bucharest (Rumania), 1969 

David H. Figurski. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1969; Ph.D., Rochester, 1974 

Ramareddy V. Guntaka. B.S., Andhra (India), 1963; M.Sc, Agra (India), 1965; Ph.D., 

Kansas, 1970 
David S. Hodes (also Pediatrics). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 
Christine A. Milcarek. B.S., Duquesne, 1968; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1972 
Charles S.H. Young. B.A., Oxford, 1966; D. Phil., 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Yvonne A. Lue. Ph.D., Columbia, 1976 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Paul B. Fisher, Ph.D. 
Norbert H. Wasserman, 
Eng.Sc.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

William L. Cleveland, M.D. 
Louise A. Goode, B.A. 
Albert Ming-Tao Wu, Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Harriet Castleman, B.S. 
Shih M. Chen, Ph.D. 
Leila Fisher, Ph.D. 
Paul M. Kalados, Ph.D. 
Ulla Lindholm, Ph.D. 
Judyta Praszkier, Ph.D. 
Arepalli S. Rao, Ph.D. 
Giampaolo Tonda 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 

Charles L. Fox, Jr., M.D. 
Konrad C. Hsu, Ph.D. 
Beatrice C. Seegal, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology 

Angus C. Sampath. D.Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Professor 

George A. Hashim (in Surgery). Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Azra Shahidi. M.S., Wisconsin, 1963; Ph.D., Missouri, 1967 



76 NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Neurological Surgery 

Byron Stookey Professor and Chairman 

Bennett M. Stein. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., McGill, 1955 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

James W. Correll. B.A., Brown, 1941; M.D., Cornell, 19U 
Edgar M. Housepian. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1953 

Associate Professors 

Joao Lubo Antunes. M.D., Lisbon, 1968 

Kalmon Post. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., New York University, 1967 

Associate Professors of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Peter W. Carmel. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 
James G. McMurtry III. B.A., Rice, 1953; M.D., Baylor, 1957 
W. Jost Michelsen. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 

Assistant Professor 

Donald Oliver Quest. B.S., Illinois, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Assistant Clinical Professors 

George L. Becker, Jr. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1950; M.D., Hahnemann, 1954 
Harvey R. Nova. B.A., Brooklyn, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

Ronald Brisman. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., 1965 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

iij-i r> J J- r>u T-> NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Wilson Raddmg, Ph.D. 

David A. Kvam, M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Robert W. Mackie. M.D., Long Island Medical College, 1 944 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Bruce Stephen Harris, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

James E. O. Hughes. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1962 

Robert W. Schick (in Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York Medical College, 
1952 



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Neurology 

Henry and Lucy Moses Professor and Chairman 

Lewis P. Rowland. B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1948 

Professors 

Darryl C. DeVivo (Sidney Carter Professor) (also Pediatrics). BA., Amherst, 1959; M.D., 

Virginia, 1964 
Salvatore DiMauro. M.D., Padova (Italy), 1963 
Stanley Fahn (H. Houston Merritt Professor). B.A., California (Berkeley), 1955; M.D., 

California (San Francisco), 1958 
Arthur Karlin (also Biochemistry). B.A., Swarthmore, 1957; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1962 
Robert E. Lovelace. M.B.,B.S., London, 1953; M.D., 1957 
James H. Schwartz (also Physiology). B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York University, 

1959; Ph.D. Rockefeller, 1964 
Earl A. Zimmerman. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1959; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1963 

Professor of Microbiology and of Human Genetics and Development 

Elvin A. Kabat. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1932; M.A., Columbia, 1934; Ph.D., 
1937 

Professor of Physiology 

John P. Reuben. B.A., Grinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D., Florida, 1959 
Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Abe Chutorian (also Pediatrics). B.A., Manitoba, 1949; M.A., 1950; B.S., 1952; M.D., 

1957 
Arnold Gold (also Pediatrics). B.A., Texas, 1947; M.S., Florida, 1949; M.D., Lausanne, 

1950 
Eli S. Goldensohn (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., George Washington, 1937; M.D., 1940 
James F. Hammill. B.S., LaSalle, 1947; M.D. Pennsylvania, 1948 
Niels L. Low (also Pediatrics). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 
Daniel Sciarra. B.A., Harvard 1940; M.D., 1943 

Associate Professors 

Lucien J. Cote (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S., Vermont, 1951; M.D., 1954 
Claude P.J. Chez (also Physiology). B.Sc, Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 
William Allen Hauser (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Western Reserve, 1958; M.D., St. 

Louis, 1962 
Timothy A. Pedley. B.A., Pomona, 1965; M.D., Yale, 1969 
Audrey S. Penn. B.A., Swarthmore, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Associate Professor of Neurochemistry 

Hai Won Chang. B.A., Ewha (Seoul), 1950; M.A., Wellesley, 1955; Ph.D., Columbia, 1961 
Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology 

C. Dominique Toran-Allcrand (in International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduc- 
tion). B.A.. Smith, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropharmacology 

Charles E. Pippenger. B.A., Ball State, 1961; M.A., 1962; Ph.D., Purdue, 1971 



78 NEUROLOGY 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Robert E. Barrett. B.S., William and Mary, 1953; M.D., Medical College of Virginia, 1957 

Robert A. deNapoli. M.D., Harvard, 1954 

Linda D. Lewis. B.S., Bethany, 1961; M.D., West Virginia, 1965 

Joseph L. O'Brien. B.A., Princeton, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1950 

Senior Research Associate 

George M. Katz. E.E., Columbia, 1961; Ph.D., 1967 

Assistant Professors 

Gary Abrams. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1970; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1974 

Arnold Eggers. B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., 1971 

Daniel J. Goldberg (also Pharmacology). Ph.D., Yale, 1974 

William G. Johnson. B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Columbia, 1967 

Masataki Kawai. Ph.D., Princeton, 1971 

Norman Latov. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1975; Ph.D., 1975 

William A. Maltese. B.S., St. Francis (New York), 1972; Ph.D., Syracuse, 1977 

Gajanan Nilavar. P.U.C, Madras (India), 1963; M.B.B.S., 1968 

Stephen Shafer (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., 

.Columbia, 1970 
Martha M. Sorenson. B.A., Oberlin, 1963; M.S., Washington (Seattle), 1967; Ph.D., 1969 
Joseph H. Willner. B.A., Hamilton College, 1966; M.D., New York, 1970 
Donald Wood. B.S., Washington (Seattle), 1967; Ph.D., Washington State, 1973 

Assistant Professors of Anatomy 

Halina Den. B.S., Frankfurt (Germany), 1949; M.S., New York University, 1954; Ph.D., 

Michigan, 1958 
Abraham B. Eastwood. B.S., Muhlenberg, 1965; M.S., Lehigh, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

Terrone L. Rosenberry. B.A., Oberlin 1965; Ph.D., Oregon, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology 

Eli Shapiro. B.S., Columbia, 1970; M.Phil., Yale, 1972; Ph.D., 1976 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Frank K. Boschenstein. B.A., Toronto, 1950; M.D., 1954 
Theodore A. List. B.A., Kalamazoo, 1963; M.D., Michigan, 1967 
Richard Mayeux. B.S., Oklahoma State, 1968; M.D., 1972 
Robert C. Michener. B.A., California (San Francisco), 1968; M.D., 1972 
James R. Miller. B.A., Amherst, 1960; M.D., New York University, 1964 
Marcclo Olarte. B.S., Marist Brothers, 1962; M.D., Cuyo, 1970 
Stanley R. Resor, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
Richard S. Schoenfeldt. B.A., Claremont, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sidney Starkman. B.A., Brooklyn, 1966; M.D., Georgetown, 1970 
Roger Traub. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1972 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

David J. Adams. B.S., Rochester, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Sarala A. Devi. M.B., Ghandi Medical (India), 1 962 
Robert A. Esser. B.S., Loyola, 1941; M.D., Northwestern, 1945 
Michael Fetell. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 



NEUROLOGY 79 



Eugenia T. Gamboa. B.A., Philippines, 1961; M.D., 1966 

Mark W. Green. B.A., Case Western Reserve, 1971; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 

Stanley W. Holstein. B.S., George Washington, 1963; M.D., Georgetown, 1967 

Charles R. Plank. B.A., Oklahoma, 1961; M.D., 1965 

Jerome S. Resnick. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Kuldup K. Sachdev. M.B.B.S., Agre (India), 1957; M.D., Punjab, 1962 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Sidney M. Cohen, M.D. 
James F. Culleton, M.D. 
Ronald G. Emerson, M.D. 
Stanley Lesse, M.D. 
Richard S. Rhee, M.D. 
Bruce Roseman, M.D. 
Robert Wolff, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
Ernest Amatniek, Ph.D. 
Vinayak Damle, Ph.D. 
Paul Oratofsky, B.A. 
Guy Valiquette, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Daniel A. Alkaitis, M.D. 
Louise Donohue, M.D. 
Damon M. Fellman, M.D. 
Michael L. Gruber, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY (continued) 

Stanley L. Malkin, M.D. 
Alan F. Pertchik, M.D. 
Gerald J. Smallberg, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 

Jean E. Collard, M.A. 

ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
NEUROLOGY 

Stephen C. Klass, M.D. 
SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 
H. Ryan Wagner, Ph.D. 
Leonard Zablow, M.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Ernest Bock, M.A. 
Robert D. Hawkins, Ph.D. 
Ruth Koehle 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Peter Lau, M.A. 

Angel Mozo, Ph.D. 

John Paige, Ph.D. 

Alfred M. Salazar, Jr., Ph.D. 

Haruhide Yumiya, Ph.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 

Sara Ginsburg, Ph.D. 
Harry Grundfest, Ph.D. 
Richard L. Masland, M.D. 
Carmine T. Vicale, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURER IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

David Nachmansohn, M.D. 
LECTURERS 

Robert E. McMasters, M.D. 
Jeffrey Joel Rosen, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

William Amols. B.A., New York University, 1938; M.D., 1942 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lewis L. Hamilton. B.S., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 



At Harlem Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Neurology 

John CM. Brust, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Assistant Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Alfred C. Bannerman. B.Sc, Edinburgh, 1963; M.B.,Ch.B., 1966 
Edward B. Healton. B.S., Oregon, 1964; M.D., Creighton, 1969 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Bertel Bruun. M.D., Copenhagen, 1964 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 
Rafael Borras, M.D. 
William P. Duggan, M.D. 
Renee Malouf, M.D. 



80 NEUROLOGY • OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professor 

Carl W. Braun. B.A., Harvard, 1958; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1962 
Assistant Clinical Professors 

Sidney E. Bender. M.D., Toronto, 1962 

Neil Lombardi (also Pediatrics). B.A., M.D., Boston, 1967 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 

Ann Geller, M.D. 

Donald G. Rawlinson, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Willard C. Rappleye Professor and Chairman 

Raymond L. Vande Wiele (Director, International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduc- 
tion). M.D., Lou vain, 1947 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Mieczyslaw Finster (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Gymnasium (Poland), 1941; M.D., Geneva, 

1957 
Georgiana Jagiello (Virgil Damon Professor) (also Human Genetics). B.A., Boston, 1949; 

M.D., Tufts, 1955 
L. Stanley James (also Pediatrics). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 1948 
Orlando J. Miller (also Human Genetics and Development). B.S., Yale, 1945; M.D., 1950 
Allan G. Rosenfield (also Public Health) (Director, Center for Population and Family 

Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Professor of Biochemistry 

Seymour Lieberman. B.S., Brooklyn, 1936; M.S., Illinois, 1937; Ph.D., Stanford, 1941 

Professor of Reproductive Biochemistry 

Ines Mandl. Ph.D., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1949 

Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Henry Clay Frick II. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

W. Duane Todd. B.A., Princeton, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Michel Ferin. M.D., Louvain, 1964 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Bruce A. Barron. B.A., Allegheny, 1955; Ph.D. Yale, 1965; M.D., New York University, 

1971 
Edward T. Bowe. B.S., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 
Harold E. Fox. M.Sc, Rochester and Oxford, 1972 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 81 

Wylie C. Hembree III (also Medicine). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1960; M.D., Washington (St. Louis), 

1964 
RaphaelJewelewicz. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1960 
Roy H. Petrie. B.S., Western (Kentucky), 1961; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1965 
Gilbert J. Vosburgh. B.A., Princeton, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Vincent J. Freda. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D., New York University, 1952 
Raymond U. McCaffrey. B.A., Fordham, 1954; M.D., Cornell, 1958 
David B. Moore. B.S., Hamilton, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Senior Research Associate 

Inge Dyrenfurth. B.S., Wilhelm, 1942; M.Sc, Strasbourg, 1944; B.Sc, Heidelberg, 1947 

Assistant Professors 

Laxmi Baxi. M.D., Seth G.S. Medical College (Bombay), 1962 

Phyllis C. Leppert (also Pediatrics). M.S., Columbia, 1964; M.D., Yale, 1976 

Ming-Neng Yeh. M.D., National Taiwan, 1964 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Daniel M. Linkie. Ph.D., Michigan, 1971 

Assistant Professor of Endocrine Biochemistry 

Richard B. Hochberg. Ph.D., Hahnemann, 1967 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Nabil Wafik Husami. B.S., M.D., American (Beirut), 1972 

Richard U. Levine. B.S., Tufts, 1962; M.D., Cornell, 1966 

Kevin D. Reilly. B.S., Fairfield (Connecticut), 1965; M.D., Michigan, 1965 

Harold Speert. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1935; M.D., 1939 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Landis K. Crockett. B.S., Michigan State, 1966; M.D., Michigan, 1970; M.P.H., 1975 
Dean J. Grandin. B.A., Columbia, 1936; M.D., 1940 
Wolfgang Tretter. M.D., Heidelberg, 1952 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Charles-N. Bowers, Jr., 

M.D. 
Lawrence J. Severino, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Lajos Bandy, M.S. 
Hosea Fu-Shih Huang, 

Ph.D. 
John Milton Hutson, M.D. 
Norma J. Greenfield, Ph.D. 
Stephen Keller, Ph.D. 
Henry R. Rey, M.S. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Laura Ponticorvo, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Sylvia P. Rubin, M.Sc. 
Moshe Israel Schwartz, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Ina N. Cholst, M.D. 
Feliciana Chuy, M.D. 
John M. Hutson, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY {continued) 

Steven G. Kaali, M.D. 
Andrew L. Loucopoulos, 

M.D. 
Henry A. Sellner, M.D. 
Pamela J. Tropper, M.D. 
Leonardo J. Yunis, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Margarita H. Hawkins, M.S. 



82 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

STAFF ASSOCIATES SPECIAL LECTURER LECTURERS {continued) 

Neil G. Anderson, Ph.D. Equinn Munnell, M.D. John L. Lewis, Jr., M.D. 

Emily Glazer, M.S. Kevin B. ReiUy, M.D. 

Veeramac Prasad, Ph.D. LECTURERS David L. Rosenfeld, M.D. 

Sylvia Rubin, M.Sc. Richard A. Bronson, M.D. Sidney J. Siegel, M.D. 

Barbara Santee M.Phil. Jerome A. Dolan, M.D. Anna L. Southam, M.D. 

Arnold N. Fenton, M.D. Christopher Tietze, M.D. 

At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Douglas H. Bams. B.S., St. Lawrence, 1950; M.D., Cornell, 1954 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Balazs Selendy, M.D. Mark E. Heller, M.D. 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Solan Chao. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

HirokoT. Felton. M.D., Kansai (Japan), 1955 

Jack E. Maidman. B.S., California (San Francisco), 1958; M.D., 1962 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Stephen L. Matseoane. B.S., Fort Hare (South Africa), 1954; M.D., Witwatersrand (South 
Africa), 1959 

Assistant Professor 

Keith F. Rawlinson. B.S., M.D., Alberta (Canada), 1966 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Sunthorn Bunyaviroch. B.S., Chulalongkom (Thailand); M.D., Mahidol (Thailand) 

Young Sook Cho. M.B., Yonsei, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Nomenida A. Lazaro. B.S., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1960; M.D., 1965 

Meredith F. Sirmans. B.S., Lincoln, 1961; M.D., Meharry, 1965 

Esther S. Suarez. A. A., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1955; M.D., 1960 

Alfred J. Williams. B.A., Howard I960; M.D., Meharry, 1964 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Pisan Unchalipongse. M.D., Chiengma Medical School (Thailand), 1965 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS {continued) ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 

OBSTETRICS AND a u i *u \/i-^ t \a u n c OBSTETRICS AND 

GYNECOLOGY Ashalatha Mital, M.B.,B.b. GYNECOLOGY 

r- ,r . 1^1. . ».rN Rajasingham Rahulatharan, . i r> _x i \a c 

Sitaram Vithal Chitnis, M.D. i^^) Angela Portale, M.S. 

MiUicent Comrie, M.D. j^j^^" " ^ wQliams, M.D. 

nasi Das, M.D. 
Jean D. Joseph, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 83 

At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor 

Robert S. Neuwirth (F. Huntington and Dorothy Babcock Professor). B.S., Yale, 1955; M.D., 
1958 

Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Thomas F. Dillon. M.D., Georgetown, 1947 

Harold M. M. Tovell. B.A., Toronto, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Abraham Risk. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1957; M.P.H., Johns Hopkins, 1969 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Hussein K. Amin. M.B., Ch.B., Alexandria (Egypt), 1955 
John F. Dwyer. B.A., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1960 

Senior Research Associate 

Muriel Feigelson. Ph.D., New York University, 1961 

Assistant Professor 

Michelle P. Warren (also Medicine). B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1961; M.D., Cornell, 1965 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Ernst G. Bartsich. M.D., Frankfort, 1962 

Terusada Horiguchi. M.D., Keio (Tokyo), 1961 

Hamid Mootabar. M.D., Pahlavi (Iran), 1966; M.P.H., Columbia, 1974 

Haldar K. Shamsi. M.B., B.S., King Edward Medical College (Pakistan), 1965 

Ivan K. Strausz. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Alexander Coman. M.D., Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1948 

David B. Crawford. B.S., North Carolina, 1943; M.D., New York University 1946 

Emmcinuel L. Greenberg. M.D., Downstate Medical Center (Brooklyn), 1941 

Ivan J. Jacobson. B.A., Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 1948; M.D., 1955 

Gyula Nemes. B.A., Gymn. Szekesfehervar, 1946; M.D., Budapest, 1954 

Ian G. Van Praagh. M.D., Toronto, 1955 

Marcia L. Storch. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1955; M.D., Woman s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 

1973 
Riley W. Waller. B.S., LeMoyne, 1943; M.D., Howard, 1947 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

OBSTETRICS AND OBSTETRICS AND ^ . . t^ r^u 

GYNECOLOGY GYNECOLOGY batwant Kaur Uhamoon, 

Bernardo Handszer, M.D. Farshad Agahi, M.D. d- :' ' o • ' xm r\ 

r> ■ 1 A -r • x/ T>v -r I A J »/ r^ Bialines Espinosa, M.D. 

Daniel A. Tsin, M.D. Terry L. Andrews, M.D. d tn r 

IT I- o i-r A "aui G. raroqui, 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE ^^ '°Pf ^°^°' ^'^ ,, ^ M.B., B.S. 

Kok Chung Chang, M.D. n i cm- \/i i-\ 

Malathy Sin* M.Sc, Q j ./catalog M.D. f.^, ^Kgha^n) 

'^«<'="* Clare, M.D. Hakimi-Fard, M.D. 



84 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY • OPHTHALMOLOGY 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 

John Jakus, M.D. 
Jay Joel Kelinson, M.D. 
Nicholas Klein, M.D. 
Gary M. Levine, M.D. 
Leon Lewenstein, M.D. 
Ezatolah Mohajer- 

Shojai, M.D. 
Adamandia 

Panayotopoulos, M.D. 
Benu Pascariu, M.D. 
Humberto Portillo, M.D. 
Meera Prabat, M.B., B.S. 
George S. Radney, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Raphael Reiss, M.D. 
Ronald J. Reiss, M.D. 
Irving Ward Robinson, M.D. 
Arnold Roufa, M.D. 
Peter S. Sailon, M.D. 
Bruce M. 

Schiffman, M.D. 
Istvan Paul Tornai, M.D. 
Filippo Vita, M.D. 
Olwen Joy 

Wellington, M.B., B.S. 
Mary E. Wilson, M.D. 



ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Malca Sane, M.D. 
LECTURERS 
Naif K. Basile, M.D. 
Charles H. Debrovner, M.D. 
Michael Harel, M.D. 
Roger Hassid, M.D. 
Andre Nehorayoff, M.D. 
Robert M. Podell, M.D. 
Richard A. Ruskin, M.D. 
Fouad Surur, M.B., B.Ch. 



Ophthalmology 

Edward S. Harkness Professor and Chairman 

Charles J. Campbell. M.D., George Washington, 1948; B.S., Muskingum, 1949; M.S., 
Rochester, 1951; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 1957 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Endre A. Balazs (Malcolm P. Aldrich Professor). M.D., Budapest, 1942 
Peter Gouras. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1951; M.D., 1955 

Professor of Ocular Physiology 

Laszlo Z. Bito. B.A., Bard, 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1963 

Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

Abraham Spector. Ph.D., New York University, 1957 

Professor of Microbiology 

Wladyslaw Manski. M.Phil., Warsaw, 1939; D.Sc, Wroclaw (Poland), 1951 

Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Philip Knapp. B.A., Harvard, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 

Clinical Professors 

Robert M. Day. B.A., Wesleyan, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1944 
Ira S. Jones. B.A., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 1943 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Jorge Fischbarg. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago, 1971 

Associate Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Myles M. Behrens. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Richard W. Darrell. B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959; Sc.D., Columbia, 1965 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 85 

Andrew de Roetth, Jr. B.S., Northwestern, 1943; M.D., 1946 
Anthony Donn. B.S., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 
R. Linsy Farris. M.D., Duke, 1961 
Max Forbes. BA., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Chicago, 1957 
Francis A. L'Esperance, Jr. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Harold F. Spalter. B.A., Brown, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Stephen Trokel. B.A., Cornell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; M.D., 1959; Med Sci.D., 
Columbia, 1965 

Associate Clinical Professors 

William C. Cooper. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
John W. Espy. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1956 
George M. Howard. B.A., Dartmouth, 1952; M.D., Albany, 1959 

Assistant Professor of Biophysical Ophthalmology 

Charles J. Koester. B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1950; Ph.D., Rochester, 1955 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmic Biochemistry 

James P. Dillon. B.S., Canisious College, 1964; M.S., Columbia, 1973; Ph.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmic Pharmacology 

Prasad S. Kulkarni. B.S., Shivaji (India), 1965; M.S., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1971; Ph.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Radiation Biology 

Basil V. Worgul. B.S., Miami, 1969; Ph.D., Vermont, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Arnold W. Forrest. B.A., Columbia, 1939; M.D., New York University, 1942 

Frank B. Hoefle. B.A., Dartmouth, 1957; M.D., Harvard, 1961 

Sally Moore (Orthoptics). B.S., Delaware, 1952 

Balachandran D. Srinivasan. Ph.D., Columbia, 1964; M.D., 1967 

Emil Wirostko. B.S., Fordham, 1956; M.D., Cornell, 1960; Med.Sc.D., Columbia, 1967 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Hugh M. Moss. B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1954 
Ellen F. Regan. B.A., Wellesley, 1940; M.D., Yale, 1943 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Howard M. Eggers, M.D. 
William A. James, Jr., M.D. 
Rainer N. Mittl, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
E. Anita Anderson 
Ethel I. Anderson, Ph.D. 
Gerard Armand, Ph.D. 
Mary K. Cowman, Ph.D. 
Mary T. Flood, B.S. 
William H. Gamer, Ph.D. 
James E. Haley, Ph.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
(continued) 

Lu-Ku-Li, Ph.D. 
Jong J. Lim, Ph.D. 
Kasimierz Malinowski, Ph.D. 
Victoria Ozanics, M.S. 
Debutta Roy, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Albert J. Hofeldt, M.D. 
Lawrence G. Pape, M.D. 
Louis D. Pizzarello, M.D. 
Jaime Santamaria 111, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Richard D. Banyard, M.D. 
Donald H. Green, M.D. 
Martin L. Leib, M.D. 
Richard G. Lennon, M.D. 
Lance D. Redler, M.D. 
Jesse L. Sigelman, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Suraj Prakash Bhat, Ph.D. 
Margaret H. Garner, Ph.D. 
Heinz Rosskothen 
Charles Weiss, M.D. 



86 OPHTHALMOLOGY 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Roger A. Baroody, B.A. 
Sarah Oliver Briller, M.Sc. 
Janet L. Denlinger, M.D. 
Maria O. Longas, B.A. 
Hermann D. Schubert, M.D. 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 

Frank D. Carroll, M.D. 
George R. Merriam, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
IN BIOCHEMISTRY 

Zacharias Dische, M.D. 
Karl Meyer, M.D. 



LECTURERS 

Frank De Benedetto, Ph.D. 

Frederic H. Deutsch, Ph.D. 
Hampson A. Sisler, Ph.D. 
Julius A. Vida, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Thomas A. Farrell. B.A., Hamilton, 1957; M.D., McGill, 1961 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Charies B. Deichman, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 



Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Herman C. Jordan. B.A., Colgate, 1954; M.D., Howard, 1964 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Rajendra K. Bansal, M.B., B.S. 
Antonio M. Gonzalez, M.D. 
John P. Mitchell, M.D. 
Ram P. Tiwari, M.S. 



ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Andrew Goldstein, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Clinical Professor 

James C. Newton. B.S., Fordham, 1949; Ph.D., 1953; M.D., Jefferson, 1957 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

John Eden, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Louis V. Angioletti, Jr., 

M.D. 
Chin Wing Chu, M.D. 
Bernard J. Fowler, M.D. 
Charles Merker, M.D. 
Chalermpong Sarakhun, 

M.D. 
Howard K. Weisberg, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Ulises Arango, M.D. 
Philip A. Bonanno. M.D. 
Robert C. DellaRocca, M.D, 
Bruce M. Hyman, M.D. 
Richard S. Kochman, M.D. 
Thomas O. Muldoon, M.D. 
Robert P. Newhouse, M.D. 
Paul D. Satya, M.D. 
Morton H. 

Seelenfreund, M.D. 



ASSISTANTS (continued) 

George Traykovski, M.D. 
Joseph Wynn Wesley, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Dennis Freilich, M.D. 
Edward L. Raab, M.D. 



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Orthopedic Surgery 



Frank Stinchfield Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery and 
Chairman 

Alexander Garcia. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; M.D., Long Island College 
of Medicine, 1943 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

C. Andrew L. Bassett. M.D., Columbia, 1948; Med.Sc.D., 1955 

Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Robert E. Carroll. B.A., Yale, 1938; M.D., 1942 

Harold M. Dick. B.A., Princeton, 1956; M.D., New York University, 1960 

S. Ashby Grantham. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1952; M.D., 1955 

Charles S. Neer II. B.A., Dartmouth, 1939; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1942 

Charles T. Ryder. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1939; M.D., Harvard, 1943 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Austin D. Johnston. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1947 

Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Stephen Bruce Doty. B.A., Rice, 1961; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1965 

Associate Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George B. Ambrose. B.A., Columbia, 1940; M.D., 1943 
Nas S. Eftekhar. M.D., Teheran, 1960 

Hugo A. Keim. B.S., St. Mary's (Minnesota), 1956; M.S., Northwestern, 1966; M.D., 
Loyola, 1960 

Associate Clinical Professor 

David L. Andrews, B.A., Williams, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Senior Research Associate 

Arthur A. Pilla. B.S., St. Joseph's, 1958; M.S., Pennsylvania, 1958; D.Sc., Paris, 1964 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Robert M. Reiss. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., 1959 

James N. Worcester, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1955 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

John R. Denton. B.S., West Point, 1960; M.D., Medical College of Alabama, 1967 
Rosamond Kane. M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Howard A. Kieman, Jr. B.S., Holy Cross, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1966 
Christopher B. Michelsen. B.A., Bowdoin, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1969 



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Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Biomechanics 

Robert W. Pawluck. B.S., Columbia, 1974; M.B.A., 1977 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Louis U. Bigliani, M.D. 
Peter N. Carbonara, M.D. 
William U. Cavallaro, M.D. 
Robert N. Dunn, M.D. 
Merle H. Katzman, M.D. 
Harvey Orlin, M.D. 
Thomas D. Rodda, M.D. 
Joseph E. Salvatore, M.D. 
E. Baldwin Self, Jr., M.D. 
William A. Sinton, M.D. 
L. Arne Skilbred, M.D. 
David M. Smith, M.D. 
Martin L. Sorger, M.D. 
Joel D. Weinstein, M.D. 
Eric K. Zeitzmann, M.D. 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Harshad R. Chokshi, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Steven Berkowitz, M.D. 
Stuart J. Fischer, M.D. 
Richard E. Fleming, Jr., 

M.D. 
Lawrence A. Lefkowitz, 

M.D. 
Stephen J. Mcllveen, M.D. 
David Price Roye, Jr., 

M.D. 
Harvey S. Sicherman, M.D. 
Ronald Tietjen, M.D. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
George Tzitsikalakios, M.S. 
STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Sharon M. Mitchell, B.S. 
SPECIAL LECTURER 
Frank Stinchfield, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Marvin L. Shelton. B.S., Howard, 1951; M.D., 1956 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Aaron M. Gold, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

John F. Crowe, M.D. (in Surgery) 
William L. King, M.D. (in Surgery) 
John B. Nailor, M.D. (in Surgery) 
Germukh S. Walha, M.D. (in Surgery) 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Professors of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

George Van B. Cochran. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1956; Med.Sc.D., 1967 
Alice L. Garrett. B.S., Washington State, 1944; M.D., Southern California, 1954 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Raphael K. Levine. B.A., Brandeis, 1961; M.D., Jefferson, 1965 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Robert L. S. Boothe, M.D. 
Abraham C. Kovarsky, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

Joseph W. Fielding. M.D., Toronto, 1946 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY • OTOLARYNGOLOGY 89 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Robert E. Zickel. B.A., Cornell, 1952; M.D., 1958 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Vincent G. Fietti, Jr. B.A., Boston, 1968; M.D., 1972 
Frederic E. Helbig. B.A., Brown, 1964; M.D., Boston, 1969 
Tarek Hisham Mardam-Bey. M.D., American (Beirut), 1972 
Ronald M. Match. B.A., Hofstra, 1953; M.D., Jefferson, 1957 
Andrew H. Patterson. M.D., Columbia, 1958 

George L. Unis. B.A., New York University, 1960; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine 
and Dentistry, 1975 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

William G. Hamilton, M.D. Richard J. Cea, M.D. 

James C. Parkes II, M.D. Sanford A. Ratzan, M.D. 

Joel E. Rothermel, M.D. Luther F. Warren, M.D. 



Otolaryngology 

Professor and Chairman 

Maxwell Abramson. B.A., Wesleyan, 1957; M.D., Union (Albany), 1961 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professor 

Juergen Tonndorf. M.D., Kiel (Germany), 1938; Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1945 

Professors of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Robert M. Hui. B.A., Southern California, 1943; M.D., 1946 

Robin M. Rankow. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1935; D.D.S., Columbia, 1940; 
M.D., Rochester, 1950 

Professor of Clinical Audiology and Speech Pathology 

Thomas H. Fay. B.A., Florida, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Illinois, 1958 

Associate Professor of Auditory Biophysics 

Shyam M. Khanna. B.Sc, Lucknow (India), 1951; D.R.E., St. Xavier College (Bombay), 
1954; Ph.D., City College, 1970 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Frank V. Mignogna. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., New Jersey College of Medicine and 

Dentistry, 1965 
Lawrence Savetsky. B.A., New York University, 1951; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1955 
Malcolm H. Schvey. B.A., Lehigh, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1950; M.D., Amsterdam, 1956 



90 OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



Assistant Professors 

Andrew Blitzer (also Oral Surgery). B.A., Adelphi, 1966; D.D.S., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 

Mt. Sinai School of Medicine (New York), 1973 
Anthony Frederick Jahn. B.Sc, Toronto, 1969; M.Sc, 1970; M.D., 1974 

Assistant Professor of Biochemical Otolaryngology 

Cheng Chun Huang. B.S., Taiwan, 1963; M.S., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., Iowa, 1970 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology 

Soly Baredes. B.A., Columbia, 1972; M.D., 1976 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

John D. Piro (also Prosthodontics). B.A., Fordham, 1943; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 
Raymond B. Strauss. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1950; Ph.D., Florida, 1956, M.D., 
Western Reserve, 1968 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Hiroshi Moriyama, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Vincent G. Caruso, M.D. 
Milton Ivker, M.D. 
Theodore Kramer, M.D. 
Arthur B. Lacher, M.D. 
Richard S. Mega, M.D. 
Daniel J. Pender, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Nicholas D. Pontilena, 

M.D. 
William J. Richtsmeier, 

M.D. 
Peter D. Westerhoff, M.D. 
Melvin Wiederkehr, M.D. 
Carl Wiesenthal, M.D. 
Howard D. Zipper, M.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Michel Berreby, M.D. 
Svetlana Kaufman, M.D. 
Chih-ho Lai, M.D. 

LECTURER 

Clarissa R. Smith, Ph.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Errol A. Thompson. M.B., University College (Dublin), 1936 

Assistant Professor 

Lee David Eisenberg (in Surgery). B.S., St. John's (New York), 1967; M.D., State University 
of New York (Downstate), 1971 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Ransford C. Newman. M.B.,B.S., London, 1960; F.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1968 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Associate Clinical Professors 

John S. Lewis. M.D., Alberta (Canada), 1943 

Stanley Whitfield. Certificate, Harris Academy, Dundee, 1940; M.B., Ch.B., St. Andrew's 
University Medical School, 1946 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Awny Aziz Abdou, M.B., 

Ch.B. 
Arshad H. Amjad, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Maria Aramburu, M.D. 
Neville W. Carmical, M.D. 
James F. Grillo, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Tay Bong Lee, M.D. 
Pi-Tang Lin, M.D. 
Mauriciu Rodescu, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 91 



Pathology 



Francis Delafield Professor and Chairman 

Donald W. King. M.D., Syracuse, 1949 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Richard Axel (also Biochemistry). B.A., Columbia, 1967; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
William A. Blanc. B.A., Geneva, 1940; M.D., 1947; Ph.D., 1952 
Paul EUner (also Microbiology). M.S., Southern California, 1952; Ph.D., Maryland, 1956 
S. Raymond Gambino. B.S., Antioch, 1948; M.D., Rochester, 1952 
Gabriel C. Godman (also Microbiology). B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Conrad L. Pirani. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D., Rochester, 1958 
Ralph M. Richart. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1954; M.D., Rochester, 1958 
Virginia Tennyson (also Anatomy). B.S., Pennsylvania State, 1946; M.S., Baylor, 1956; 
Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Professor of Microbiology 

Henry J. Vogel. B.S., London, 1939; M.S., New York University, 1941; Ph.D., 1949 

Professor of Comparative Pathology 

Ross M. Grey. D. V.M., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1945 

Professors of Neuropathology 

Phillip E. Duffy. B.A., Columbia, 1943; M.D., 1947 

Leon Roizin (in Psychiatry). B.A., State Lyceum (Bessarabia), 1930; M.D., Royal University 
(Milan), 1936 

Professor of Surgical Pathology 

Luciano Ozzello. M.D., Turin (Italy), 1951 

Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Arthur W. Branwood. M.B., Ch.B., Edinburgh, 1942; M.D., 1948 

Carmia Borek (in Radiology). B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weitzmann Institute (Israel), 1967 

Austin D. Johnston (in Orthopedic Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1947 

Adjunct Professors 

Robert V. Hutter. B.A., State University of New York (Syracuse), 1950; M.D., 1954; M.A., 

Yale, 1968 
Harry L. loachim. M.D., Bucharest, 1949 
Sidney Pestka. B.A., Princeton, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 

Clinical Professors 

Victor Herbert. B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., 1952 
Pablo Rubinstein. M.D., Chile, 1962 
Sheldon C. Sommers. M.D., Harvard, 1941 



92 PATHOLOGY 



Clinical Professor of Oral Pathology 

Melvin N. Blake. D.D.S., New York University, 1955 

Associate Professors 

Cecilia M. Fenoglio. B.S., St. Elizabeth, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John J. Fenoglio, Jr. B.A., Harvard, 1965; M.D., Georgetown, 1969 
John F. Nicholson (also Pediatrics). B.S., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

David J. Zegarelli. B.A., Columbia, 1965; D.D.S., 1969 

Associate Professors of Neuropathology 

Lester M. Geller. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.A., Michigan State, 1948; Ph.D., New York 

University, 1953 
Mavis Kaufman (in Psychiatry). M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Richard F. Defendini. B.A., Michigan, 1948; M.A., 1952; M.D., Rochester, 1961 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Thomas A. Blumenfeld. A.A., North Carolina, 1960; M.D., Tennessee, 1964 

Arline D. Deitch (in Anatomy). B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.A., Columbia, 1946; M.D., 1954 

Reba A. Goodman. B.A., Indiana, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1952; Ph.D., 1955 

Mary E. King. B.A., Smith, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Nicole Suciu-Foca (in Surgery). B.S., Bucharest (Rumania), 1959; M.S., 1960; Ph.D., 1965 

Myron Tannenbaum (in Urology). B.S., New York University, 1952; M.S., 1955; Ph.D., 

1957; M.D., Chicago, 1961 
Ruth H. Vogel. Ph.D., New York University, 1958 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric Pathology 

H. Joachim Wigger. M.D., Hamburg, 1954 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Karl Perzin. B.A., Columbia, 1954; M.D., 1958 

Marianne Wolff. B.A., Hunter, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ernest Baden. M.A., Sorbonne, 1946; D.D.S., New York University, 1950; M.D., Geneva, 

1962 
Jcin Vincents Johannesen. M.D., Bergen (Norway), 1966 
M. Richard Pachter. M.D., Zurich, 1956 
William Pollack. M.S., Rutgers, 1950; Ph.D., 1964 
Robert R. Rickert. B.A., Michigan, 1958; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1962 
Harry H. Stumpf. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1951 
John A. Terzakis. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 
Kaity Yannopoulos. M.D., Greece, 1954 
Frederick T. Zugibe. B.S., St. Francis (Illinois), 1951; M.S., Chicago, 1959; Ph.D., 1960 



PATHOLOGY 93 



Associate Clinical Professors 

Irwin A. Almenoff. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1948; M.D., Cornell, 1952 

Daniel W. Benninghoff. B.A., Yale, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Donald E. Brown. M.D., Harvard, 1943 

John M. Budinger. B.S., Northwestern, 1950; M.D., 1954 

Robert L. Hirsch. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., 1951 

David N. Silvers (also Dermatology). B.A., Haverford, 1964; M.D., Duke, 1968 

Stanley Simbonis. B.S., Yale, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Harold J. Sobel. B.A., Brooklyn, 1950; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1954 

Richard L. Swarm. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1949; M.D., 1950 

Associate Clinical Professor of Neuropathology 

Nicholas J. Willson. B.S., Saint Peter's, 1959; M.D., Seton Hall, 1963 

Assistant Professors 

Jerome Owen Cantor. B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1975 

Christopher P. Crum. B.A., Virginia, 1970; M.D., 1974 

Seth Goldberg. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966; B.A., California, 1964; 

M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1970 
Stephen Keller. B.S., Pace, 1971; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 
Daniel M. Knowles. B.A., Bridgeport, 1969; M.D., Chicago, 1973 
Jay Lefkowitch. B.A., Clark, 1972; M.D., Columbia, 1976 
Charles C. Marboe. B.A., Princeton, 1971; M.D., Pennsylvania State, 1976 
Merlin D. Marquardt (in Opthalmology and Pathology). B.S., Wisconsin, 1967; M.D., 1971 
Ricardo Mesa-Tcjada. B.S., Manhattan, 1964; M.D., Madrid, 1970 
Armand Miranda. B.S., Columbia, 1969; Ph.D., 1973 
Neelavathy Pushparaj. M.B.B.S., Stanley Medical College (India), 1961 
Janet Tannenbaum. B.A., Brandeis, 1969; Ph.D., Columbia, 1975 

Assistant Professor of Neuropathology 

Arthur P. Hays. B.A., Dartmouth, 1962; B. Med. Sci., 1963; M.D., Colorado, 1966 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuropathology 

Herbert Barden. B.S., Brooklyn, 1952; M.S., New York University, 1960; Ph.D., 1964 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

E. Glenn Armstrong. B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1966; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., Mary- 
land 1975 

Daniel J. Fink. B.S., Cornell, 1968; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1970; 
M.D., Columbia, 1975; M.Phil., 1980 

Gerda Nette. B.S., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., 1973 

Michael Pesce. B.S., St. Johns, 1967; Ph.D., 1971 

Maria Mahdalyna Shevchuk. B.A, Fordham, 1970; M.D., Upstate Medical Center (Syra- 
cuse), 1974 

Philip Tomashefsy (in Urology). Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Solcuige G. Abunassar. M.D., American (Beirut), 1968 

Majid Ali. M.B., B.S., Punjab (India), 1963 

Paul Bachner. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 



94 PATHOLOGY 



Harry Woodson Carter. M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Larry E. Douglass. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1959; M.D., Vanderbilt, 1960 
Howard B. Goldstein. B.A., Colgate, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1959 
Arthur I. Hurvitz. D. V.M., Michigan State, 1964; Ph.D., California (Davis), 1967 
Catherine Kambolis. M.D., Athens, 1955 

Paul A. Krieger. B.S., City College, 1967; M.D., New York Medical College, 1971 
Richard A. McReynolds. M.S., Virginia, 1968; M.D., 1971 
Basil Moumgis. M.D., Pittsburgh, 1949 

Frederick Muschenheim. B.A., Howard, 1953; M.D.C.M., McGill, 1963 
Robert D. Newman. 5.5., California (Los Angeles), 1958; M.D., 1962 
Joseph E. O'Brien. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 
1961 



Assistant Clinical Professors 

Giles G. Allard. B.A., Montreal, 19U; M.D., Laval, 1950 

Lucretia Allen. B.A., New York University, 1948; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1952 
Ada B. DeChabon. B.S., Liceo Senoritas, 1949; M.D., Buenos Aires, 1957 
Stefan E. Epstein. B.A., Columbia, 1956; M.D., State University of New York (Buffalo), 

1960 
Michael Kogan. Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1972 
Hiroshi Nakazawa. M.D., Keio (Tokyo), 1958 

Henry G. Schriever. B.A., Vermont, 1956; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 
Ralph W. Snyder. B.S., McGill, 1951; M.D., 1953 
Heidrun Zweitnig-Rotterdam. M.D., Munich, 1968 



ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

May Parisien, M.D. 
RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Reba Goodman, Ph.D. 
David J. Pierson, M.S. 
Moshe Rosen, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

James W. Allen, M.D. 
Julianne M. Byrne, Ph.D. 
Marguerite M. Duby, M.D. 
Milagros Ona-Sarino, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Ranjit Kaur Sachdev, 

M.B.B.S. 
Monica C. Yang, M.D. 
Elena Zegarelli-Schmidt, 

Ph.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Margaret M. Grimes, M.D. 
Charles Chostner Marboe, 
M.D. 

STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Elena Agranovsky, M.D., 
Ph.D. 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Lester R. Cahn, D.D.S. 
David Cowen, M.D. 
C. Zent Garber, M.D. 
Raffaele Lattes, M.D. 
Meyer M. Melicow, M.D. 
Abner Wolf, M.D. 

LECTURERS 
Michael Baden, M.D. 
Paul A. Brown, M.D. 
Hyman Donnenfeld, M.D. 
Frederick A. Jacobiec, M.D. 
Janis F. Klavins, M.D. 
David Spain, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 



Associate Clinical Professor 

Charles A. Ashley. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D, 1947; M.S., Illinois, 1951 
Assistant Clinical Professor 

Harlan D. Alpern. B.S., Michigan, 1967; M.D., Chicago, 1971 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

Charles A. Ellsworth 
William B. Giuney, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 95 

At Harlem Hospital 

Professor 

Jack W. C. Hagstrom. B.A., Amherst, 1955; M.D., Cornell, 1959 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Prem Chauhan. F. Sc. Med., Punjab (India), 1942; M.D., B.S., 1948 
Carlos Navarro. B.S., National University (Mexico), 1947; M.D., 1955 
Angus C. Sampath (in Microbiology). D. Sc, Strasbourg, 1966 

Associate Professor of Medicine 

Clayton L. Natta. B.A., McMaster (Ontario), 1957; M.D., Toronto, 1961 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Helen M. S. Richards. M.B., B.S., Colombo (Sri Lanka), 1969 
INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 

Luritz C. Creque, M.D. 
Juan B. Gabriel, Jr., M.D. 
Louys Thomas, M.D. 

At Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Jerry Rothenberg. M.D., Medical College of Georgia, 1964 

At Overlook Hospital 

Clinical Professor 

Bernard M. Wagner. M.D., Hahnemann, 1949 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Robert Galen. B.A., Boston, 1966; M.D., 1970 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Alberto Elguerzabal. M.D., Salamanca (Spain), 1952 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Steven L. Goldberg. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1968 

Anthony Marchand. B.A., Connecticut, 1966; M.D., Duke, 1970 

Joel A. Roth. B.A., Brooklyn, 1964; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1968 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
Frederick van Lente, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Stephen F. Ryan. M.D., Colorado, 1961 



96 PATHOLOGY • PEDIATRICS 



Professor of Clinical Surgical Pathology 

Robert R. Pascal. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Associate Clinical Professors 

John Y. Kiyasu. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1951; Ph.D., 1955 

Artemis D. Nash. B.A., Smith, 1949; M.D., Columbia 1953 

Louise L. Phillips. B.S., William and Mary, 1934; M.D., Columbia, 1940; Ph.D., 1950 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Lazarevic Bozidar. M.D., Belgrade, 1956 

John J. Di Re. B.S., McGill, 1953; M.D., George Washington, 1957 

Harold P. Gaetz. B.S., McGill, 1953; M.D, 1958 

Martin S. Krumerman. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D, 1965 

Corazon Sian. B.A., Santo Thomas, 1958; M.D., 1963 

Assistant Professor 

Deng Fong Liau. M.Sc, McGill, 1968; Ph.D., 1971 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Kenneth F. Button. B.A., Indiana, 1966; M.D., 1970 
Derek Englander. M.D., Royal College (London), 1963 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY 

Petra Elena P. Banogon, M.D. 
Vijni Katatikarn, M.D. 
Rose-Sunitha Thayaparan, M.D. 
Mah Manzar Yamohommady, M.D. 



Pediatrics 

Reuben S. Carpentier Professor and Chairman 

Michael Katz (also Public Health). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of New 
York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 



At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Arthur D. Bloom (also Human Genetics and Development). B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D., 

New York University, 1960 
Ralph Dell. B.A., Pomona, 1957; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1961 
Darryl C. De Vivo (also Neurology). B.A., Amherst, 1959; M.D., Virginia, 1964 
Welton M. Gersony. B.A., Syracuse, 1954; M.D., State University of New York (Upstate), 

1958 
L. Stanley James (also Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Otago (New Zealand), 1948 
Robert B. Mellins. B.A., Columbia, 1948; M.D, Johns Hopkins, 1952 
Sergio Piomelli. B.A., Liceo Sannazzaro (Naples), 1948; M.D., Naples, 1954 



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Myron Winick (Williams Professor and Director of Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A.. 

Columbia, 1951; M.S., Illinois, 1952; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1956 
Robert W. Winters. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., Yale, 1952 

Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Abe Chutorian (also Neurology). B.A., Manitoba, 1949; B.S., 1952; M.D., 1957 

Arnold R. Gold (also Neurology). B.A., Texas, 1947; M.S., Florida, 1949; M.D., Lausanne, 

1950 
Sylvia P. Griffiths. B.A., Hunter, 1944; M.D., Yale, 1948 
Jerry C. Jacobs. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., 1956 
Niels L. Low (also Neurology). M.D., South Carolina, 1940 
David Shaffer (also Psychiatry). M.D., London, 1961 
Joe D. Wray (in Public Health). B.A., Stanford, 1947; M.D., 1952 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

H. Donald Dunton. M.D., Rochester, 1945 

Clinical Professor of Pediatric Psychology 

Michael Lewis. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1958; Ph.D., 1962 

Associate Professors 

Jo Anne Brasel (in Institute of Human Nutrition). B.A., Colorado. 1956; M.D.. 1959 
Nicholas Cunningham (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 

1955 
Joseph Graziano (also Pharmacology). B.S., Long Island, 1967; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 
William C. Heird. B.S., Maryville, 1958; M.S., Vanderbilt, 1963; M.D., 1964 
Allen I. Hyman (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., Albany Medical College, 

1959 
Ehud Krongrad. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1965 
Gilbert W. Mellin. B.S., Bethany, 1945; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 
Akira Morishima. M.D., Keio (Japan), 1954; Ph.D., 1961 
John F. Nicholson (also Pathology). B.A., Vanderbilt, 1955; M.D., 1958 
Pedro Rosso (in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Institute of Human Nutrition). M.D., Chile, 

1966 
David Rush (also Public Health). B.A., Harvard 1955; M.D., 1959 
Katherine Sprunt. B.A., Wellesley, 1942; M.D.. Johns Hopkins, 1945 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Russell S. Asnes. B.A., Boston, 1959; M.D., Tufts, 1963 

Jennifer J. Bell. B.A., Swarthmore, 1953; M.D., New York, 1961 

William J. Davis. B.A., Wilkes, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 

John M. Driscoll. B.A., Hamilton, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1962 

David Hodes (also Microbiology). B.A., Princeton, 1963; M.D., Harvard, 1969 

Anthony Mansell. B.A., Princeton, 1961; M.D., Ohio State, 1965 

Martin Nash. B.A., Duke, 1960; M.D., 1964 

Jane Pitt. B.A., Radcliffe, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 

Anneliese L. Sitarz. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 

Carl N. Steeg. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1958; M.D., New York Medical College, 1962 

Dorothy Warburton (in Human Genetics and Development). Ph.D., McGill, 1961 



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Associate Clinical Professors 

Fred Agre. B.A., Lafayette, 1957; M.D., Duke, 1961 

Robert Appleby. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

William A. Bauman. B.S., Harvard, 1943; M.D., Columbia, 1946 

Constance J. Hayes. B.S., St. Rose, 1959; M.D., Loyola, 1965 

John J. Kangos. B.S., Rutgers, 1945; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1948 

Jack Shiller. B.A., North Carolina, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1952 

Joseph A. Silverman. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1956 

Leo F. J. Wilking. B.S., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 



Assistant Professors 

Kwame Anyane-Yeoba. M.D., Ghana, 1972 

Stephen J. Atwood. B.A., Dartmouth, 1968; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1972 

Frederick Bierman. B.S., Union (Schenectady), 1969; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1973 
Vincent Bonagura. B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.D., 1975 
Dennis Davidson. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1963 
Candace Jean Erickson. B.A., George Washington, 1969; M.D., Maryland, 1973 
Gabriel G. Haddad. B.S., American (Beirut), 1969; M.D., 1972 
Karen Hein. B.A., Wisconsin, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Joseph S. Levy. M.D., Hadassah (Israel), 1971 
Adrien Moessinger. M.D., Lausanne, 1971 
Emi Okamoto. M.D., Columbia, 1973 
Nigel Paneth (also Public Health) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., 

Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Leila M. Pang (also Anesthesiology). B.A., Hawaii, 1966; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1970 
Joan A. Regan. M.D., Missouri, 1974 
Tove Rosen. B.A., Rochester, 1961; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1965 
Philip Rosenthal. B.S., State University of New York, 1971; M.D., 1975 
Karl F. Schulze. B.A., Carleton, 1961; M.D., Rochester, 1965 
Robert L. Seigle. B.A., Northwestern, 1970; M.D., Columbia, 1974 
S. Alex Stalcup. B.A., Whittier College, 1967; M.D., California, 1971 
Raymond I. Stark. B.S., Columbia, 1963; M.D., 1970 
Shobhana Vora. M.D., Bombay (India), 1973 
Christine Ann Walsh. M.D., Yale, 1973 
Michael. A. Weiner. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1968; M.D., State University of New York 

[Upstate), 1972 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Bernard R. Feldman. B.S., William and Mary, 1955; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1959 
Charles Feldman. B.A., Columbia, 1966; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1970 
William Gerba. B.S., Fordham, 1971; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 
Burton Grebin. B.A., Adelphi, 1962; M.D., New York Medical College, 1966 
Donald E. Hutchings (also Psychiatry). B.A., Lake Forest, 1959; M.A., Chicago, 1963; 

Ph.D., 1965 
Matilde Irigoyen. B.S., Military Lycecum (Buenos Aires), 1965; M.D., Buenos Aires, 1971 
Celia Ores. M.D., Berne (Switzerland), 1956 



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Assistant Clinical Professors 

Rose G. Ames. B.A., Barnard, 1939; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Alexander Blum, Jr. B.S., Yale, 19U; M.D., Harvard, 1947 

Frederick M. Bomback. B.A., Brandeis, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 1969 

Matilda B. Brust. B.A., Marietta, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 

Roger Challop. B.S., Brooklyn, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 

Yvonne T. DriscoU. B.A., Trinity, 1958; M.D., Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 

1962 
T. Donald Eisenstein. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1952; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1956 
Marguerite J. Gates. B.A., Barnard, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1954 
Gustave Gavis. B.A., Indiana, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Thurman B. Givan, Jr. B.S., Pittsburgh, 1949; M.D., Columbia, 1953 
Stephen Glaser. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., New York University, 1964 
Bertram H. Grossman. B.A., North Carolina, 1948; M.D., Georgetown, 1959 
Jeannette J. Jansky. M.S., City College, 1960; Ph.D., Columbia, 1970 
Kenneth H. Katz. B.A., Lafayette, 1968; M.D., New York Medical College, 1973 
Murray D. Kuhr. B.S., Cincinnati, 1961; M.D., Chicago, 1965 
Betty C.M.L. Kuo. B.A., Vassar, 1959; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1964 
George Lazarus. B.A., Yale, 1967; M.D., Columbia, 1971 
Dean N. Martin. B.A., Hofstra, 1959; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1963 
Harriet E. McGurk. B.A., R^dcliffe, 1967; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1973 
Daniel J. Melia. B.A., Harvard, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1949 
Harriette R. Mogul. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1961; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1965 
Damyanti Moorjani (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.S., Bombay, 1953; M.D., Grant (Bom- 
bay), 1957 
Gilda Morillo-Cucci. M.D., Phillipines, 1962; M.P.H., Columbia, 1975 
Stanley Morrison. B.A., Temple, 1963; M.D., George Washington, 1967 
Michael Novogroder. B.S., Brooklyn, 1965; M.D., State University of New York (Upstate), 

1969 
Herbert Poch. B.A., Columbia, 1949; M.D., 1953 
Morton H. Rachelson. B.A., Syracuse, 1946; M.D., Tulane, 1950 
Margaret M. Rice. B.S., Marymount, 1943; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Roderick C. Richards. B.A., Cornell, 1945; M.D., 1948 
Louis Rodregues. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955; M.D., State University of 

New York (Downstate), 1959 
Albert P. Rosen. B.B., North Carolina, 1939; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1943 
John S. Rosmaita. B.A., St. Peter's, 1953; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1957 
Malcolm S. Schwartz. D.D., College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, 1967 
Edith M. J. Kuo-Ying Shen. M.D., Ludwig-Maximilian (Munich), 1960 
Kung-Tso Sheng. M.D., St. John's (Shanghai), 1954 
Elliot J. Siegel. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1954; M.D., 1968 
Gilbert Simon. B.A., Colgate, 1958; M.D., Rochester, 1962 
William H. Smith. B.A., Rochester, 1941; M.D., 1944 
Susan Speer. B.A., Wellesley, 1968; M.D., Columbia, 1972 
David Stiles. B.A., Harvard 1940; M.D., 1943 
Martin B. Vita. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., 1954 

William W. Whitten. B.A., Wesleyan, 1945; M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
David Wisotsky. B.S., City College, 1970; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Edwin A. Goldstein. B.A., Brooklyn College, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 



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ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Lilian Wah-Ying Chiu, 

M.D. 
Maryann J. Colenda, M.D. 
John L. Costa, M.D. 
Alan Kanter, M.D. 
Peter F. Migel, M.D. 
Robert M. Schwartz, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
William B. BeU, M.D. 
David Evans, Ph.D. 
Helen Johnson, Ph.D 
Grace Leidy, M.D. 
Frank T. Nakamura, B.S. 
Rajasekhar 

Ramakrishnan, Sc.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Martha L. Amarant, M.D. 
Gaya Aranoff, M.D. 
Betty Chang, M.D. 
William J. Chernack, M.D. 
Michele Denize, M.D. 
Agnes D. Dilworth, M.S.S. 
Arlene Falk, M.D. 
Bernadette Piscina, M.D. 
Stanley H. Gilbert, Jr., 

M.D. 
Nora Haddad-Farkouh, 

M.D. 
Robert A. Hands, M.D. 
Patrick Hicks-Hartman, 

M.D. 
Marie B. Keith, M.D. 
Michael L. Lapkin, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
William L. Lupatkin, M.D. 
Sylvia Morgan, M.D. 
Marilyn Nosh, M.D. 
Mary R. Richards, M.D. 
Steven Selbst, M.D. 
Morton J. Seligman, M.D. 
John G. Slater, M.D. 
D. Loren Southern, M.D. 
Nikki Lynn Temkoa, M.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Alma T. Blitz, M.D. 

Knang-Chung Chien, M.D. 

Bernard Etra, M.D. 

Matheu; Feldman, M.D. 

Rosalinda Rubenstein, 

M.D. 
Susan Skalsky, M.D. 
Samuel T. Wilmit, M.D. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Carol Seaman, M.S. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Fred S. Barash, M.D., 

Ph.D. 
Bruce Beeber, M.D. 
Linda D'Angelo, M.S. 
Steven Elias, M.D. 
Mysore R. Gandhi, M.S. 
Ludovico Guarini, M.D. 
Michael Koch, Ph.D. 
Dorcas Koeningsberger, 

M.S. 
Joel S. Lipset, M.A. 
Anita Lustenberger, M.S. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES [continued) 
Dolores McCann, M.S. 
Ernest J. Millman, Ph.D. 
Catherine Muttart, M.S. 
Cheryl L. Nagel, M.S. 
Takayuki Nogawa, M.D. 
Ulana Sanocka, M.D. 
Regina Santella, M.S. 
Robin Schwartz, M.S. 
Thomas Soulos, M.S. 
Mark D. Starr, Ph.D. 
Phyllis Taterka, M.S. 
Piper Weldy, B.A. 
Alan Zubrow, M.D. 
Christine L. Zucker, M.S. 

SPECIAL LECTURER 
James A. Wolff, M.D. 

LECTURERS 
Albert Aharon, M.D. 
Armond V. Mascia, M.D. 
Yaakov Shechter, Ph.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Joe H. Cannon. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1942; M.D., 1945 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS 
Allan S. Cunningham, M.D. 
Pedro DeAlarcon, M.D. 
John G. Freehafer, M.D. 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor 



Margaret Heagerty. 
1961 



B.A., Seton Hill, 1957; B.S., West Virginia, 1959; M.D., Pennsylvania, 



PEDIATRICS 101 



Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Wiener Leblanc. B.S., Haiti, 1950; M.D., 1956 

Gene- Ann Polk. B.A., Oberlin, 1948; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 
1952; M.P.H., Columbia, 1958 

Assistant Professors 

Ilene Fennoy. B.A., Stanford, 1968; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1973 
Mark Rapoport. B.A., M.D., Boston, 1970; M.P.H., Howard, 1973 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Araceli R. Ancajas. M.D., Santo Tomas (Philippines), 1961 

Josephine Kerr. B.A., Cornell, 1947; M.D., New York University, 1951 

Yusuf M. Khakoo. M.B., B.S., Bombay, 1962 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine 

Lucille C. Gunning. B.A., New York University, 1945; M.D., Women's Medical College of 
Pennsylvania, 1949 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL PEDIATRICS INSTRUCTORS [continued] 

Beverly Anderson, M.D. Petronella Manning-Allegre, M.D. 

Viruppamattam Augustin, M.B., B.S. Rochelle Scott, M.D. 

David Bateman, M.D. Marguerita A. Silvera, M.D. 

Serge Fenelon, M.D. Claudina Y. Wallace, M.D. 
Wilfrid Florvil, M.D. 



Delore J. Gayle-Thompson, M.D. 
Anne Hutcheon, M.A., M.D. 
Robert Hutcheon, M.D. 
Vincent E. Hutchinson, M.B., B.S. 



ASSISTANT IN CLINICAL PEDL^TRICS 



Anne Hutcheon, M.A., M.D. ' Kuang-Chung Hu Chien, M.D. 

Robert Hutcheon, M.D. 



At Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Stephen F. Wang. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., 1964 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Robert Komblum. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1962 
Lawrence M. Skolnick. B.A., Queens (New York), 1968; M.D., New York University, 1972; 

M.P.H, North Carolina, 1980 



At Overlook Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Solomon J. Cohen. B.A., Cornell, 1944; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1951 
Gloria Schrager. B.A., Brooklyn, 1944; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 
1948 



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Assistant Clinical Professors 

Joseph I. Boylan. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Yale, 1955 

Frederick C. Braun, Jr. B.S., Georgetown, 1951; M.D., Jefferson, 1955 

Howard S. Britt. B.A., Boston, 1970; M.D., 1970 

Burton M. Feinsmith. B.S., Arkansas, 1949; M.S., Florida, 1951; M.D., Berne, 1961 

Benjamin H. Josephson. B.S., North Carolina, 1949; M.D., New York Medical College, 
1952 

Joseph Kalbacher. B.S., Yale, 1944; M.D., Cornell, 1946 

John H. Krikorian. B.A., Yale, 1958; M.D., Bowman Gray, 1963 

Carolkay Lissenden. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1959; M.D., Woman 's Medical College of Philadel- 
phia, 1964 

Lewis I. Sank. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1957; M.D., 1961 

Frederic A. Schulaner. B.S., Tufts, 1955; M.D., 1959 

Margaret E. Symonds. M.B., London, 1941; B.S., 1945 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Paul Avondoglio, M.D. 
Arnold N. Constad, M.D. 
Paul A. Kearney, M.D. 
Barry Lauton, M.D. 
Wayne D. Stettler, M.D. 
Charles B. Terhune, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Frank P. Frenda, M.D. 

Carl H. Herman, M.D. 

Alexander R. Horowitz, 

M.D. 
Victor S. Lamberto, M.D. 
Bharati S. Mullick, M.D. 
Vinnakota V. P. Rao, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Dudley A. Roberts, M.D. 
Stanislawa Rosnowski, 

M.D. 
Arvind P. Shah, M.D. 
James Sorger, M.D. 
John F. Vigorita, M.D. 
Sandy P. Waran, M.D. 



At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Professor of Pediatrics 

Louis Z. Cooper. B.S., Yale, 1954; M.D., 1957 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

Susan G. Gordon. B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1946; M.D., Howard, 1950 
Doris L. Wethers. B.S., Queens (New York), 1958; M.D., Yale, 1952 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Helen Rodriguez-Trias. B.S., Puerto Rico, 1957; M.D., 1960 
Phillip R. Ziring. B.A., New York University, 1958; M.D., 1962 

Assistant Professor 

Elena B. Klein. M.D., State Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rumania), 1953; Ph.D., 
Institute of Microbiology (Rumania), 1972 



Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatric Psychology 

Madeline W. Appell. B.A., Queens, 1962; M.A., 1963 

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. B.A., Connecticut College, 1969; Ed.M., Harvard, 1970; Ph.D., 

Pennsylvania, 1975 
Nathan A. Fox. B.A., Williams, 1970; Ph.D., Harvard, 1975 



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Assistant Clinical Professors 

Dennis Allendorf. B.S., Georgetown, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 1970 

Anastasios Anastasiades. M.D., Athens, 1950 

Robert Antar. B.S., Brooklyn, 1965; M.D., Louvain (Belgium), 1970 

Saroj Sahgal Bakshi. M.B., B.S., Government Medical College (India), 1960; M.D., Institute 

of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (India), 1969 
Chhaya Chakrabarti. B.Sc, Calcutta, 1963; M.D., 1969 
Herbert I. Cohen. M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1949 

Gisela T. Dalrymple. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1951 
Ragabardial R. Dwarka. M.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1969 
Donald L. Feinberg. B.A., Hamilton, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 
Joan M. Flanigan. B.A., Case Western Reserve, 1962; M.D., 1966 
Erwin Friedman (Pediatric Psychology). Ph.D., Peter (Budapest), 1949 
Fadel M. Hochroth. B.A., Louisville, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Harry Kimmel. B.A., St Andrews (Bucharest), 1940; M.D., Bucharest, 1949 
Katherine Lodyjensky. M.D., Montreal, 1943 
Neil Lombardi (also Neurology). B.A., M.D., Boston, 1967 
Rogelio F. Lucas. A. A., University of the East (Manila), 1956; M.D., 1961 
Anthony F. Michel. MD., Faculte de Medecine (Haiti), 1956 
Mona Milstein. B.A., State University of New York (Binghamton), 1965; M.D., State 

University of New York (Buffalo), 1969 
Richard Mones. B.A., Brooklyn, 1967; M.D., New York Medical College, 1971 
Marianne Schwob. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1956 
Farrokh Shahrivar. M.D., Tehran, 1966 
Shantha Subramaniam. M.B., B.S., Madras (India), 1962 
Lucy M. Swift. B.A., Barnard, 1948; M.D., Columbia, 1953 

Phienjit Tantibhedhyangkul. M.D., Mahido (Thailand), 1959; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Sayenna A. Uduman. D.M.E.S., Kilpauk (India), 1963; M.D., Madras, 1966 
Ranjeet Virdi. B.S., India, 1960; M.D., 1960 
Elizabeth Watkins. B.A., Randolph-Macon Women's College, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 



ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PEDIATRICS 

Ricarda L. Baum, M.D. 
Renata Frenkel, M.D. 
Diane Hochlerin, M.D. 
Nancy Holahan, M.D. 
Ruth E. Kessler, M.D. 
Kusum Khanna, M.B.B.S. 
Priscilla W. Lewis, M.D. 
Edward A. Nichols, M.D. 
Flora Ramirez, M.D. 
Thelma Verano-Santiago, 
M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PEDIATRICS 

Robert William Amler, M.D. 

Carlois Emilio Arzeno, M.D. 

William R. Brown, M.D. 

Myrna Aquino Damien, 

M.D. 
Morel Duverseau, M.D. 
Luis Antonio Goyco, M.D. 
Robert L. Hite, M.D. 
Thomas H. Hyatt, Jr., M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 
Christodoulos lordanou, 

M.D. 
Richard Gary Merkler, M.D. 
Melanie Rivenzon, M.D. 
Nathan E. Saint-Amand, 

M.D. 
Michael Glen Teitel, M.D. 
Steven Tsoutsouras, M.D. 



Pharmacology 



David Hosack Professor and Chairman 

Brian F. Hoffman. A.A., Princeton, 1943; M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1947 



Professors 

J. Thomas Bigger, Jr. (also Medicine). B.A., Emory, 1955; M.D., Georgia, 1960 
Frederick G. Hofmann. B.A., Michigan, 1943; Ph.D., Harvard, 1952 



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Norman Kahn (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., Columbia, 1954; D.D.S., 1958; Ph.D., 

1964 
Harold C. Neu (also Medicine). B.A., Creighton, 1956; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1960 
Shih-Hsun Ngai (also Anesthesiology). M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1944 
Michael R. Rosen (also Pediatrics). B.A., Wesleyan, 1960; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1964 
Wilbur H. Sawyer (Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1942; M.D., 

1945; Ph.D., 1950 
Hsueh-Hwa Wang. M.D., National Central (Nanking), 1 946 
Andrew L. Wit. B.S., Bates, 1963; Ph.D., Columbia, 1968 

Adjunct Professors 

Paul F. Cranefield. Ph.B., Wisconsin, 1946; Ph.D., 1951; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1964 

Jurg Schneider. M.D., Basle (Switzerland), 1945 

Sidney Spector (also Anesthesiology). B.S., Denver, 1948; M.S., 1950; Ph.D., Jefferson, 

1956 
Robert M. Weiss. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1957; M.D., State University of New York 

(Downstate), 1960 

Associate Professor 

Joseph Graziano (in Pediatrics). B.S., Long Island, 1967; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Marvin R. Blumenthal. B.S., Michigan, 1946; M.D., Columbia, 1949 
Martin M. Winbury. B.S., Long Island, 1940; M.S., Maryland, 1942; Ph.D., New York 
University, 1954 

Senior Research Associate 

Lance L. Simpson. B.A., Vanderbilt, 1966; Ph.D., California, 1969 

Assistant Professors 

Larry Crawshaw (also Rehabilitation Medicine). B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1964; Ph.D., 

California (Santa Barbara), 1970 
Kenneth Dangmein. Ph.D., Columbia, 1977 
Peter Danilo, Jr. Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 
Daniel J. Goldberg. Ph.D., Yale, 1974 
Jaya Haldar. M.Sc, Calcutta, 1961; Ph.D., London, 1966 
Douglas N. Ishii (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 
Lou Katz (in the Cancer Center). Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1959 
Tucin Due Pham (also Anatomy). B.S., St. Edward's (Texas), 1962; M.S., Loyola, 1967; 

M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 1975 
Richard B. Robinson. Ph.D., Illinois, 1975 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Edward B. Kirsten. B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1962; M.S., New York University, 1966; 

Ph.D., City College, 1969 
Lawrence Tilley. D. V.M., Iowa State, 1969 



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RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 

Samuel M. Ross, B.E.E. 
(Electrical Engineering) 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Arline Albala, B.A. 
Pamela Garlick, B.A. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Ofer Binah, Ph.D. 
Penelope Altman Boyden, 

Ph.D. 
Florence Chan, M.D. 
William Eng, B.S. 
Irinia Golyakhovsky, Ph.D. 
Kenneth W. Hewett, 

Ph.D. 



STAFF ASSOCIATES (continued) 
Arthur Hoffmeyer 
Iris Nemhauser, M.A. 
Jorg Dietrich Schoenen, 
M.D. 

LECTURER 

Kwang Soo Lee, M.D. 



Physiology 



John C. Dalton Professor and Chairman 

John V. Taggart (also Medicine). M.D., Southern California, 1940 

Professors 

Shu Chien. M.B., National Taiwan, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957 

Eric R. Kandel (also Psychiatry). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 

Irving Kupfermann (also Psychiatry). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 

William L. Nastuk. B.S., Rutgers, 1939; Ph.D., 1945 

Mero Nocenti. B.A., West Virginia, 1951; M.S., 1952; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1955 

John P. Reuben (in Neurology). B.A., Grinnell, 1954; M.S., Rochester, 1956; Ph.D., Florida, 

1959 
David Schachter. B.S., New York University, 1946; M.D., 1949 
James H. Schwartz (also Neurology). B.S., Columbia, 1954; M.D., New York University, 

1959; Ph.D., Rockefeller, 1964 

Associate Professors 

Qais Al-Awqati (also Medicine). M.B., Ch.B., Baghdad, 1962 

Martin Blank. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1954; Ph.D., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 

Cambridge, 1959 
Louis J. Cizek. B.S., Fordham, 1937; M.D., Columbia, 1941 
Raimond Emmers. B.A., East Texas Baptist, 1953; M.A., North Carolina, 1955; Ph.D., 

Syracuse, 1958 
Michel Ferin (in Obstetrics and Gynecology). M.D., Louvain, 1964 
Jorge Fischbcirg (in Ophthalmology). M.D., Buenos Aires, 1962; Ph.D., Chicago, 1971 
Claude P. J. Ghez (also Neurology). B. Sc, Geneva, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1964 

Senior Research Associates 

John D. Koester. B.A., Wooster (Ohio), 1965; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 
Shunichi Usami. M.B., Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine (Japan), 1940; Ph.D., 
1957 



Assistant Professors 

Kung-Ming Jan. M.B., National Taiwan, 1967; Ph.D., Columbia, 1971 

Herbert H. Lipowsky. M.S., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1968; Ph.D., California (San 

Diego), 1975 
Hugh Nellans (also Medicine). B.A., Lawrence, 1967; Ph.D., Yale, 1971 



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RESEARCH ASSOCIATES STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Richard E. Abbott, Ph.D. Dean Handley, Ph.D. 

Jack T. Alexander, B.S. Robert G. King, B.Sc. 

Ronald D. Carlin, Ph.D. Lily M. Soo, Ph.D. 
Szloma Kowarski, M.A. 
Mary M. L. Lee, Ph.D. 



Psychiatry 



Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Acting Chairman 

Sidney Malitz. B.S., Tidane, 1943; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1946 

At New York State Psychiatric Institute 

Professors 

Eric R. Kandel (also Physiology). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 
Donald F. Klein. B.A., Colby, 1947; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1952 
Irving Kupferman (also Physiology). Ph.D., Chicago, 1964 
Edward J. Sachar (Laurence Kolb Professor). B.A., Harvard, 1952; M.D., Pennsylvania, 

1956 
Robert L. Spitzer. B.A., Cornell, 1953; M.D., New York University, 1957 
Robert J. Weiss (also Medicine). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., Columbia, 1951 

Professor of Biochemistry 

Maurice M. Rapport. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; Ph.D., California Institute 
of Technology, 1946 

Professors of Medical Psychology 

Samuel Sutton. Ph.D., Chicago, 1955 
William N. Thetford. Ph.D., Chicago, 1949 

Professor of Neuropathology 

Leon Roizin. B.A., State Lyceum (Bessarabia), 1930; M.D., Royal University (Milan), 1936 

Professor of Social Sciences 

Bruce Dohrenwend (also Public Health). B.A., Columbia, 1950; Ph.D., Cornell, 1955 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Gene G. Abel. M.D., Iowa, 1965 

H. Donald Dunton (in Pediatrics). M.D., Rochester, 1945 

L. Erlenmeyer-Kimling (in Human Genetics). B.S., Columbia, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

Ronald R. Fieve. B.A., Wisconsin, 1952; M.D., Harvard, 1955 

Archie R. Foley (in Public Health). B.A., Queens (Canada), 1943; M.D., CM., 1947; M.S., 

Columbia, 1962 
Lothar Gidro-Frank. M.D., Columbia, 1948 
Alexander H. Glassman. B.A., Illinois, 1956; M.D., 1958 
Murray Glusman. B.S., New York University, 1934; M.D., 1938 



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Barry K. Gurland. M.B., Ch.B., Capetown, 1955 

Joseph Jaffe. B.A., Columbia, 1944; M.D., New York University. 1947 

Donald S. Kornfeld. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1950; M.D.. Yale, 1954 

John D. Rainer (in Human Genetics). M.D., Columbia, 1951 

James H. Ryan. B.A., Yale, 1952; M.D.. Harvard, 1956 

David Shaffer (also Pediatrics). M.D., London, 1961 

John Weber. B.A., Duke, 1939; M.D., Yale, 1943 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner (in Public Health). B.A., Harvard 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 

Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Anke Ehrhardt. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1969 

Rachel Gittleman-Klein. B.A., College of the City of New York. 1957: Ph.D.. Columbia. 
1966 

Clinical Professors 

Willard Gaylin. B.A., Harvard, 1947; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1951 
Roger MacKinnon. M.D., Columbia, 1950 

Lionel Ovesey. B.A., California (San Francisco). 1937; M.D., 1941 
Ethel Person. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York University. 1960 

Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology 

Rita Rudel. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1946; M.A., 1949; Ph.D.. New York 
University, 1955 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 

Austin H. Kutscher. B.A., New York University, 1945; D.D.S., Columbia, 1946 

Associate Professor of Medical Psychology 

Jacques Rutschmann. D. Sc, Geneva, 1956 

Associate Professor of Neuropathology 

Mavis Kaufman. M.D., New York Medical College, 1944 

Associate Professor of Public Health (Sociomedical Sciences) 

Denise Kandel. Ph.D., Columbia, 1960 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurobiology and Behavior 

Vincent F. Castellucci. B.A., Uval, 1960; B.Sc., 1964; Ph.D.. Washington (St. Louis). 
1968 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurochemistry 

Hadassah Tamir. M.S., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1955; Ph.D.. Israel Institute of Technology, 
1959 



108 PSYCHIATRY 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Liselotte Graf. M.D., Vienna, 1937 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Ruth Bennett. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 
Jerrold S. Maxmen. B.A., Wayne State, 1963; M.D., 1967 

Frederic M. Quitkin. B.A., Princeton, 1958; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1962 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Judith V. Becker. M.S., Eastern Washington State, 1968; Ph.D., Southern Mississippi^ 

1975 
W. Crawford Clark. Ph.D., Michigan, 1958 
Jean Endicott. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 
Heino F.L. Meyer-Bahlburg. Ph.D., Dusseldorf, 1970 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychopharmacology 

Thomas Cooper. M.A., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1970 
James M. Perel. Ph.D., New York University, 1964 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Paul A. Bradlow. M.D., Hahnemann, 1946 

Richard G. Druss. B.A., Yale, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 

Gloria Faretra. M.D., Georgetown, 1952 

Kenneth Frank. M.S., Columbia, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 

Richard A. Gardner. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1956 

Rodman Gilder, Jr. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Stanley Heller. B.A., Yale, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 

Winslow R. Hunt. B.A., M.A., Chicago, 1950; M.D., Columbia, 1958 

Samuel Klagsbrun. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1955; B.R.E., Jewish Theological 

Seminary; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1962 
Alexander N. Levay. M.D., Rochester, 1957 
Robert S. Liebert. B.S., Syracuse, 1951; M.A., Clark, 1956; M.D., New York University, 

1960 
Mary C. MacKay. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1959 

Donald I. Meyers. B.S., Franklin and Marshall, 1946; M.D., Jefferson, 1950 
Helen C. Meyers. B.A., Hunter, 1945; M.D., New York University, 1949 
John F. O'Connor. B.S., Columbia, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1952 
Seymour Post. M.D., New York University, 1947 
Daniel Shapiro. M.D., Illinois, 1945 

Leonard M. Sheehy. B.A., Harvard I960; M.D., McGill, 1968 
Henry 1. Spitz. B.A., Lafayette (Pennsylvania), 1961; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1965 
Bluma Swerdloff. D.S. W., Columbia, 1960 
Ralph N. Wharton. M.D., Columbia, 1957 

Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatric Social Work 

Winifred Winikus. M.S., Columbia, 1949 



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Assistant Professors 

Craig H. Bailey (also Anatomy). B.A., Lehigh, 1967; M.S., 1969; Ph.D., 1973 
Samuel M. Schacher (also Biochemistry). B.A., Columbia, 1971; M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 1976 
Klaudiusz Weiss (also Biochemistry) (in Dentistry). M.A., Warsaw, 1967; Ph.D., State 
University of New York (Stony Brook), 1973 

Assistant Professors of Biochemistry 

George Alexander. B.S., Hobart, 1949; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1953 
Herbert L. Meltzer. B.S., Long Island, 1942; Ph.D., Columbia, 1950 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology 

Thomas J. Carew. M.A., California (Riverside), 1967; Ph.D., 1970 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Gregory Asnis. B.S., Dickinson College, 1968; M.D., Hahnemann, 1972 

Miron Baron. M.D., Tel Aviv, 1972 

Jerry Finkel. B.A., Columbia, 1957; M.D., 1961 

David V. Forrest. B.A., Princeton, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1964 

David Friedman. B.A., Queens (New York), 1965; Ph.D., City University of New York, 

1972 
Abby Joy Fyer. B.A., Reed, 1969; M.D., New York University, 1973 
Madelyn S. Gould. B.S., City University of New York, 1972; M.A., Princeton, 1974; 

M.P.H., Columbia, 1976; M. Phil., 1980 
Laurence L. Greenhill. B.A.,. Columbia, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967 
Kenneth Greenspan. M.D., Albert Einstein, 1963 
Frederick Kass. B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1970 
Michael R. Liebowitz. B.A., Yale, 1965; M.D., 1969 
Patrick J. McGrath. B.S., Seton Hall, 1970; M.D., Columbia, 1974 
Joaquim Puig-Antich. B.A., LaSalle Bonanova (Spain), 1960; M.D., Barcelona (Spain), 

1967 
Ronald O. Rieder. B.A., Harvard, 1964; M.D., 1968 
Steven Paul Roose. B.A. Harvard, 1970; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 1974 
Lawrence Sharpe. D.P.M., London, 1961 
Andrew Skodol. B.A., Yale, 1967; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1971 
Bernard T. Walsh. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Harvard, 1972 
Daniel T. Williams. B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Cornell, 1969 
Stuart C. Yudofsky. B.A., New York University, 1966; M.D., Baylor, 1970 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychology 

Edward Scott Charles. B.A., City University of New York, 1965; M.A., 1968; M.A., New 

School for Social Research, 1971 
Miriam Cohen. B.A., Michigan, 1961; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1964; Ph.D., 1967 
Donald J. Dillon. Ph.D., Fordham, 1955 
Helen Hanesia. B.S., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1953; M.A., Columbia, 1961; 

Ed.D, 1966 
Donald E. Hutchings (also Pediatrics). Ph.D., Columbia, 1965 
Maureen Kanzler. B.A., Hunter, 1938; M.A., New York University, 1940; M.S., Hunter, 

1959; Ph.D., Fordham, 1967 
Stephen E. Karpiak. Ph.D., Fordham, 1972 
Dennis D. Kelly. Ph.D., Columbia, 1966 



110 PSYCHIATRY 



Dolores Kreisman. B.A., Barnard, 1953; Ph.D., Columbia, 1969 
Cornelis Stokman. Ph.D., Columbia, 1967 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Social Work 

Janet B. Waiiams. B.S., Tufts, 1969; M.S., Southeastern Massachusetts, 1972; M.S.W., 
Columbia, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Social Sciences 

Alexander Askenazy. Ph.D., Columbia, 1962 

Muriel Hammer. Ph.D., Columbia, 1961 

Carol C. Schwartz. B.S, Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., Yale, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Work 

Nettie Terestman. M.S. W., Columbia, 1940; D.S. W., 1963 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Syed Abdullah. M.A., Calcutta, 1961; M.B., 1962 

Morton J. Aronson. B.A., Temple, 1944; M.D., 1947 

John A. Atchley. M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Athanasia Balkoura. M.D., Athens, 1960 

Amiram Barkai. M.Sc, Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1963; Ph.D., 1970 

Lecih Beck. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1943 

Christian C. Beels. B.A., Rochester, 1960; M.D., Harvard, 1963 

Robinette Bell. B.A., Smith College, 1951; M.D., Columbia, 1962 

Stephen L. Bennett. B.S., Queens (New York), 1949, M.D., Cornell, 1953 

Anne E. Bernstein. B.A., Barnard, 1958; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1962 

Stanley Bone. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1970; M.D., Mt. Sinai, 1974 

Paul F. Califano. B.A., Adelphi, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1954 
Robert J. Campbell. M.D., Columbia, 1948 

Ian Alberto Canino. B.S., Georgetown, 1966; M.D., Puerto Rico, 1970 
William J. Chambers. B.A., Princeton, 1967; M.D., Tufts, 1972 
Harvey R. Chertoff. B.A., Columbia, 1962; M.D., Einstein, 1966 
Stanley J. Coen. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., 1962 
Frances Cohen. B.A., Harvard, 1971; M.D., Columbia, 1975 
Max P. Cohen. M.D., New York Medical College, 1947 
Louise Coleman. M.D., Southern California, 1948 

Francine Coumos. B.S., City College (New York), 1967; M.D., New York University, 1971 
DeWitt L. Crandell. M.D., Arkansas, 1955 
Barbara H. De Betz. M.D., Miami, 1970 
Zira De Fries. M.D., New York Medical College, 1942 
Leonard Diamond. B.A., Tulane, 1949; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1953 
Richard A. Dickes. B.A., Columbia, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967 
Robert M. Elvolve. B.A., Michigan, 1962; M.D., Chicago, 1966 
Charies F. Entelis. M.D., Virginia, 1974 
James W. Flax. B.A., Antioch, 1971; M.D., Minnesota, 1974 
Gerald I. Fogel. M.D., Michigan, 1962 

Bruce Forester. B.A., Dartmouth, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 
Eugene A. Friedberg. M.D., Buffalo, 1958 

Bimalendu Ganguly. M.B., B.S., Calcutta Medical College (India), 1964 
Lee R. Gardner. B.A., Barnard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 



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Myron R. Gershberg. B.A., Cornell, 1955; M.A., 1956; M.D., Buffalo, 1960 

lona Ginsburg. B.A., Vassar, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 

Richard J. Glavin. B.A., Cornell, 1951; M.D., Rochester, 1955 

Ana B. Glick. B.A., Bennington, 1958; M.D., New York Medical College, 1963 

Robert Glick. B.A., Yale, 1962; M.D., Columbia, 1966 

Edwin Goldstein (in Pediatrics). B.A., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D., Union (Albany), 1958 

Charles Goodstein. B.A., Columbia, 1958; M.D., Pittsburgh, 1962 

Harvey M. Hammer. B.A., Cornell, 1956; M.D., New York Medical College, 1960 

Gary J. Grad. B.A., Illinois, 1965; M.D., 1969 

Rose Hartmann. B.A., New York University, 1937; M.D., Woman's Medical, 1945 

Myra S. Hatterer. B.A., New York University, 1955; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1959 
Gregory Heimark. B.A., St. Olaf (Minnesota), 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Michelle L. Hirsch. B.S., City College, 1968; M.D., State University of New York (Syracuse), 

1973 
Joel S. Hoffman. B.A., Harvard 1959; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Steven E. Hyler. B.A., New York University, 1971; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1975 
David Iverson. B.A., Rochester, 1963; M.D., Boston, 1968 
Roberta Jaeger. B.A., Barnard, 1963; M.D., Columbia, 1966 
David Jaffe. M.D., Jefferson, 1950 
Frank S. Jewett. B.A., Yale, 1953; M.D., Columbia, 1957 
Lila J. Kalinich. B.A., Northwestern, 1966; M.D., 1969 
Neil B. Kavey. B.A., Princeton, 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1969 
Thomas Kranjac. B.A., New York University, 1970; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1975 
Peter Laderman. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1940; M.D., New York Medical 

College, 1947 
Frederick Lane. B.A., Cornell, 1949; M.D., Yale, 1953 
Norman D. Lazar. M.D., Louisville, 1948 

Milton Lee. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., New York Medical College, 1956 
Leon Lefer. B.A., New York University, 1941; M.D., Lausanne, 1952 
Burton Lerner. B.A., Columbia, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Steven J. Levitan. B.A., New York University, 1961; M.D., Buffalo, 1965 
Henry L. McCurtis. B.S., Texas Southern, 1968; M.D., Stanford, 1974 
William McFarlane. B.A., Earlham (Indiana), 1965; M.D., Columbia, 1970 
Eric R. Marcus (also Social Medicine). B.A., Columbia, 1965; M.D., Wisconsin, 1969 
Susan Matorin. B.A., Vassar, 1964; M.S. W., Columbia, 1966 
Frederick Mendelsohn. B.A., Harvard, 1954; M.D., Stanford, 1958 
Michael Milano. B.A., Harvard, 1960; M.D., Albany Medical College, 1964 
Bobba Jean Moody. B.A., Hunter, 1964; M.S. W., Fordham, 1968 
Robert S. Mumford. M.D., McGill, 1943 

Philip R. Muskin. B.A., Cornell, 1969; M.D., New York Medical College, 1974 
Joseph C. Napoli. B.S., State University of New York (Stony Brook), 1977; D.D.S., 

Columbia, 1981 
Jaime Nos. M.D., Valencia (Spain), 1967; M.P.H., Columbia, 1975 
Patricia O'Connor. B.A., St. Mary's (Indiana), 1964; M.A., New York University, 1976; 

Ph.D., 1978 
David Douglas Olds. B.A., Yale, 1960; M.D., Columbia, 1981 
Louis Padovano. B.S., Georgetown, 1952; M.D., 1956 
Robert P. Parkin. M.D., Dalhousie (Canada), 1950 
David Peretz. B.A., College of the City of New York, 1954; M.A., Columbia, 1955; M.D., 

New York University, 1959 
Kathryn F. Prescott. M.D., New York University, 1950 
Lyle E. Rosnick. B.A., Columbia, 1970; M.D., 1974 
Arnold Rothstein. B.A., Brown, 1958; M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1962 



112 PSYCHIATRY 



Boris Rubinstein. B.A., Colegio Israelite (Mexico City), 1961; M.D., NacionaJ (Mexico), 
1970; M.P.H., Harvard, 1974 

M. Bruce Sarlin. B.A., M.D., Tulane, 1957 

Irene B. Seeland. M.D., Heidelberg, 1965 

Lawrence Shaderowfsky. B.A., Chicago, 1956; M.D., New York Medical School, 1960 

Edward M. Shelley. B.A., Columbia, 1960; M.D., State University of New York (Down- 
state), 1964 

Charles Siegal. B.A., New York University, 1954; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1958 

Eric H. Singer. Ph.D., New York University, 1975 

Frieda H. Spady. B.S., Columbia, 1963; M.D., New York Medical College, 1967 

Jerome Steiner. B.A., Chicago, 1949; M.A., 1951; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1962 

Jonathan W. Stewart. B.A., Swarthmore, 1967; M.D., Yale, 1971 

Diane L. Stone. B.A., Johns Hopkins, 1939; M.D., George Washington, 1943 

Kenneth G. Terkelsen. B.A., Georgetown, 1965; M.D., Jefferson, 1969 

Ann R. Turkel. B.A., Barnard, 1947; M.D., Albany, 1952 

Gloria M. Warner. M.D., New York, 1959 

Gail A. Wasserman. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1967; M.A., Illinois, 1970; Ph.D., City University 
of New York, 1977 

Martin Weiler. B.A., Syracuse, 1949; M.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Chicago Medical 
School, 1954 

Richard M. Weiss. M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1960 

Josef H. Weissberg. M.S., Albany Medical College, 1952 

George H. Wilkie. M.D., Harvard, 1957 

Donald A. Winn. M.D., Oklahoma, 1957 

Beth K. Yudofsky. B.A., Smith, 1972; M.D., Columbia, 1976 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatric Psychiatry 

Jeanette J. Jansky. M.S., College of the City of New York, 1960; Ph.D, Columbia, 1970 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Health 

Judith Rabkin. B.A., Wellesley, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1967; M.P.H, Colum- 
bia, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

Mark J. Blecher. M.S., Yale, 1975; Ph.D., 1977 
Melinda Broman. B.A., Cornell, 1967; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1977 
Irwin Mansdorf. M.A., Adelphi, 1973; Ph.D., 1976 

Letty Munz. B.A., New York University, 1950; M.D., College of the City of New York, 
1952; Ph.D., Columbia, 1974 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatric Social Work 

Susan Matorin. B.A. Vassar, 1964; M.S. W., Columbia, 1966 

ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES (continued) RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

PSYCHIATRY Virginia Lozzi, M.D. Samuel W. Anderson, 

Burton August, M.D. George Luhrmann, M.D. Ph.D. 

Alvin J. Glick, M.D. Ira L. Mintz, M.D. David P. Birkett, M.D., 

Ivan Goldberg, M.D. Hannah Shields, M.A. B.Ch. 

Gurston Goldin, M.D. Cerda Striker, M.D. Richard L. Blumenthal, 

Naomi Leiter, M.D. p|^ D 



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RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 
{Continued) 

Barbara Ann Cornblatt, 

Ph.D. 
Richard S. Feldman, M.D. 
Anita K. Fischer, Ph.D. 
Mitchell L. Kietzman, 

M.D. 
Morton Levitt, Ph.D. 
John A. Logan, M.D. 
Yvonne Marcuse, Ph.D. 
John Nee, M.P.H. 
Arthur S. Perumey, Ph.D. 
Stephanie Portnoy, Ph.D. 
Kurt Salzinger, Ph.D. 
Suzanne Salzinger, M.D. 
David Wilder, M.D. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES IN 
BIOCHEMISTRY 
Sahebarao P. Mahadik, 

Ph.D. 
A.S. Perumal, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRY 

Geary E. Ahern, M.D. 

Satwani Ahluwalia, 

M.B.B.S. 
Peter Aldin, M.D. 
Paul J. Ambrosini, M.D. 
Houshang Aminia, M.D. 
llena L. Appleby, Ph.D. 
Stan S. Arkow, M.D. 
John J. Barsa, M.D. 
Anne Bartlett, M.D. 
Raymond Bernick, M.D. 
Bruce Y. Bleecker, M.S.W. 

Edward N. Brenna, M.D. 

Abraham A. Bridger, M.D. 

Sydney C. Bush, M.D. 

Leon Chattah, M.D. 

Daniel Elliott Cohen, M.D. 

Charles Andrew Dackis, 
M.D. 

Susan M. Deakins, M.D. 

Dominick De Fabio, M.D. 

Grace De Vierno, M.Ed. 

Jennifer i. Downey, M.D. 

Katherine Falk, M.D. 

Sylvia M. Furstenberg, M.D. 

Jack Matthew Gorman, 
M.D. 

Rosalie Greenberg, M.D. 

Wilma Marsha Harrison, 
M.D. 

Stanley M. Hertz, M.D. 

Martin J. Hoffman, M.S. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Arthur R. Jacobs, M.D. 
Stanislaw P. Jonas, M.D. 
Sherry Katz-Bearnot, M.D. 
Bonnie Kaufman, M.D. 
Richard A. Kresch, M.D. 
David Barry Leibow, M.D. 
David Y. Levine, M.D. 
Craig M. Morris, M.D. 
Joseph H. Owens, M.D. 
Patricio R. Paez, M.D. 
Jeffrey M. Pines, M.D. 
Leslie Lynne Powers, 

M.D. 
Phyllis B. Robbins, M.D. 
Rogelio Roncal, M.D. 
Robert SantuUi, M.D. 

David P. Schiebel, M.D. 

Maria 1. Schneider, M.D. 

Karl John Schroeder, 
M.D. 

Jonathan R. Schwartz, 
M.D. 

Beth June Seelig, M.D. 

Samuel Simmens, M.A. 

Linda J. Skinner, M.D. 

Elizabeth C. Smith, M.D. 

Marjorie Jane Smith, M.D. 

Gloria Jean Stern, M.D. 

Fay Stetner, M.S. 

Paul Douglas Troutman 

Alan J. Tuckman, M.D. 

Thomas J. Yager, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 
Rhianon Allen, Ph.D. 
Susan Cohen, Ph.D. 
Richard P. Cressen, Ph.D. 
Judith F. Feldman, Ph.D. 
Richard W. Gaines, B.A. 
Michael Seth Quittman, 
Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL 

WORK 

Eleanor F. Smyth, M.S.W. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 
Susan Braiman, M.S.W. 
Carla Daichman, M.S.W. 
Patricia Fink, M.S.W. 
Miriam Gibson, M.S.W. 
Elizabeth Golden, M.S.W. 
Kathleen C. Lopez, M.S. 
Sally Lord, M.S.W. 
Anna G. Welton 



ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Rhea Fox, M.S. 

Ellen P. Lukens, M.S.W. 

James W. Montgomery, 

M.S. 
Doris M. Mortenson, M.D. 
Reed C.W. Moskowitz, M.D. 
Barbara C. Sacco, R.N. 
Reggie Swenson, M.S.W. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
SOCIAL WORK 

Selda Diatlo, M.S. 
Karen Goldberg, M.S.W. 

SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Laura Lee Dean, B.A. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 

Joan Layton, M.A. 
Mary W. Masland, M.S. 
Gregory Schimoler 
Margaret Shannon, M.S. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Viola W. Bernard, M.D. 
John A. Cook, M.D. 
Katrina De Hirsch, B.A. 
Marjorie H. Frank 
Olga Frankel, M.D. 
George Goldman, M.D. 
Soil Goodman, M.D. 
George A. Jervis, M.D. 
Henriette R. Klein, M.D. 
Lawrence C. Kolb, M.D. 
Bernard Pacella, M.D. 
Helen Schucman, M.D. 
Herbert Spiegel, M.D. 
Leo Srole, Ph.D. 
Alberta Szalita, M.D. 
Joseph Zubin, M.D. 

LECTURERS 

Kenneth Z. Altshuler, 

M.D. 
Jacob A. Arlow, M.D. 
Stuart S. Asch, M.D. 
Bruce Ballard, M.D. 
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. 
Milton M. Berger, M.D. 
Hector Bird, M.D. 
Marion S. Blank, Ph.D. 
Henry Brill, M.D. 
Gerard E. Bruder, Ph.D. 
Arnold M. Cooper, M.D. 
Paul William DeBell, M.D. 
Lawrence Deutsch, M.D. 
Samuel L. Feder, M.D. 



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LECTURERS {continued) 
Allen Frances, M.D. 
Sheldon Gaylin, M.D. 
Barbara Gillam- 

Lawargren, Ph.D. 
Eugene L. Goldberg, M.D. 
David S. Goldman, M.D. 
Gary Grad, M.D. 
William I. Grossman, 

Ph.D. 
Ernest M. Gruenberg, 

M.D. 
Gad Hakerma, Ph.D. 
Howard P. Hunt, Ph.D. 



LECTURERS {continued) 
Jerome Jaffe, M.D. 
Steven E. Katz, M.D. 
Otto F. Kernberg, M.D. 
Paulina Kernberg, M.D. 
Erica Loutsch, M.D. 
Abbas Nahas, M.D. 
John M. Oldham, M.D. 
Samuel W. Perry, M.D. 
Robert W. Rieber, Ph.D. 
Bennett L. Rcsner, M.D. 
Franklin D. Russek, M.D. 
Harold Sackeim, Ph.D. 



LECTURERS {continued) 
Michael Sacks, M.P.H. 
Richard S. Sauber, Ph.D. 
Roy Schafer, Ph.D. 
Jonah W. Schein, M.D. 
Jesse Schomer, M.D. 
Gerri Ellen Schwartz, 

Ph.D. 
Bonnie Jean Spring, Ph.D. 
Leo Stone, M.D. 
Milton Viederman, M.D. 
Martin S. Willick, M.D. 
Sheldon Zimberg, M.D. 



At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Harvey Gurian. M.D., Toronto, 1949 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Larry Kenneth Brown. B.S., Maryland, 1972; M.D., Columbia, 1976 
John E. Denny. Ph.D., Massachusetts, 1971 
Charles J. Hudson. B.A., Princeton, 1959; M.D., McGiU, 1963 
Charles W. Lamb. Ph.D., Ohio State, 1966 



At Harlem Hospital 

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

Virginia N. Wilking. B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1941; M.D., Columbia, 1944 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Gladys Egri. M.D., Madrid, 1955; M.S., Columbia, 1965 

William A. Ellis, Jr. B.S., Howard, 1960; M.D., 1965 

Margaret M. Lawrence. B.A., Cornell, 1936; M.D., Columbia, 1940 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

Seymour Gers. B.S., Brooklyn, 1952; M.D, State University of New York (Downstate), 

1956 
Emery S. Hetrick. B.A., Ohio State, 1953; M.D., Cornell, 1957 
Austin Moore. B.S., Queens (New York), 1955; M.D., Howard, 1959 
Peter H. Schween. M.D., Hamburg, 1955 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Sumanasirir Alahendra. M.B.B.S., Ceylon (Sri Lanka) 

Irwin J. Averbach. B.S., Michigan, 1949; M.D., Buffalo, 1954 



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Shale Brownstein. B.A., State University of New York (Buffalo), 1955; M.D., 1959 

Jeffrey Hammer. B.A., Adelphi, 1962; M.D., New York University, 1967 

Carol Leal. B.S., Louisiana State, 1963; M.D., Howard, 1967 

J. Trevor Undo. B.A., New York University, 1946; M.D., Lausanne, 1957 

Sidney M. Lytton. B.A., Maryland, 1949; M.D., 1955 

Gideon Nachumi. B.S., Columbia, 1950; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1958 
Raymond W. Ransom. B.S., Howard, 1962; M.D., 1967 
Raymond Raskin. B.A., New York University, 1942; M.D., 1946 
Sady Sultan. M.D., Universidad Central de Venezuela 
Pauline E. Thompson. M.D., Howard, 1944 
Anthony F. Villamena. B.A., New York University, 1965; M.D., New York Medical College, 

1969 
Robert L. Walton. M.B.B.S., Melbourne, 1966 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Joseph C. Napoli, M.D. 
M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Ellis B. Charles, M.D. 
Frederick H. Kahn, M.D. 
Canilo R. Marques, M.D. 
Frank F. Thompson, M.D. 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Carol Garmiza, Ph.D. 



At Helen Hayes Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Lloyd A. Hamilton, Jr. B.A., Yale, 1950; M.D., Harvard, 1954 

INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

James Wickstrom, M.D. 



At Overlook Hospital 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Albert M. Bromberg. B.S., College of William and Mary, 1953; M.D:, Duke, 1957 
Linus Root. B.S., Georgetown, 1953; M.D., 1957 

Ronald Sorvina. B.S., St. John's (New York), 1954; M.D., State University of New York 
(Downstate), 1958 

LECTURER 

Morton Friedman, M.D. 



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At St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

Clinical Professors 

Clarice Kestenbaum. B.A., California (Los Angeles), 1950; M.D., 1960 
Harley C. Shands. B.S., Tulane, 1936; M.D., 1939 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Gary Lee Lefer. B.S., Stanford, 1962; M.D., Georgetown, 1966 
Adam Munz. Ph.D., New York University, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

Shepard J. Kantor. B.A., Colby, 1965; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1969 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology 

Harry Kissileff. B.A., Pennsylvania, 1962; Ph.D., 1966 

Assistant Clinical Professors 

Gail B. Allen. B.A., Wellesley, 1957; M.D., New York University, 1961 

Frederic A. Ailing. B.A., Princeton, 1952; M.D., Columbia, 1961 

Alex Caemmerer, Jr. B.A., Princeton, 1944; M.D., Columbia, 1947 

Irene Chiarandini. M.D., Buenos Aires, 1963 

Ralph Colp, Jr. B.A., Columbia, 1945; M.D., 1948 

Kathleen Deagen. B.A., St. Joseph's, 1967; M.D. Bologna, 1972 

Paul Dince. M.D., New York University, 1948 

Nathaniel Donson. B.A., Cornell, 1958; M.D., New York University, 1962 

John A. Fogelman. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1964 
Leo Kron. M.D., British Columbia, 1971 
David M. McDonald. B.S., Oregon, 1945; M.D., Tufts, 1949 
Eugene Mahon. M.D., National (Ireland), 1964 
John A. Milici. B.A., Yale, 1947; M.D, Geneva (Switzerland), 1957 
Howard Millman. B.A., Cornell, 1965; M.D., New York University, 1969 
Paul William Nassar. B.A., New York University, 1963; M.D., Rome, 1968 
Kenneth Porter. B.A., Harvard, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1969 
Harry R. Potter. B.S., Yale, 1957; M.D., Columbia, 1962 
Stephen P. Reibel. B.A., Harvard, 1957; M.D., 1961 
John W. Rosenberger. B.A., Dartmouth, 1956; M.D.C.M., McGill, 1960 
Sirgay Sanger. B.A., Harvard, 1956; M.D, 1960 

George Satran. B.A., Columbia, 1952; M.D., New York University, 1956 
Robert D. Scharf . B.S., Union, 1966; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1970 
Eleanor Schuker. B.A., Swarthmore, 1961; M.D., Columbia, 1965 
Ira B. Silverstein. B.A., Princeton, 1960; M.D., Pennsylvania, 1964 
Howard K. Welsh. B.S., City College (New York), 1966; M.D, Albert Einstein, 1971 
Harvey L. White. B.A., Harvard, 1959; M.D., New York Medical College, 1964 
C. Philip Wilson. B.A., Yale, 1942; M.D, Columbia, 1945 

Assistant Clinical Professors of Medical Psychology 

James D. Meltzer. B.A., Columbia, 1968; Ph.D., New York University, 1973 
Arthur Weider. Ph.D., New York University, 1946 



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ASSOCIATES IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

William H. Brownlee, 

M.D. 
Lucy E. Collins, M.D. 
Blanche Glass, Ph.D. 
Justin L. Greene, M.D. 
Sonia W. Hyman, M.D. 
Arthur M. Perlman, M.D. 
Barbara R. Rosenfeld, 

M.D. 
Mitchell S. RosenthcJ, 

M.D. 
William M. Tucker, M.D. 
William D. Wheat, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Alma Levinson, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Savador Eduoardo Algaze, 

M.D. 
Cyrus Aroomloui, M.D. 
Michael E. Barberie, M.D. 
Charles Lee Bell, M.D. 
Kenneth M. Berc, M.D. 
Arlene C. Caldwell, M.D. 
Robert Allen Cutick, Ph.D. 
Victor D'Arc, M.D. 
Paolo Decina, M.D. 
Leonard Deutsch, M.D. 
Andrew B. Druck, Ph.D. 
Laura Duval, M.D. 
Osvaldo J. Evangelista, 

M.D. 
Bruce W. Fader, M.D. 
Harold H. Fogelman, M.D. 
Joanne Leslie Foster, 

M.D. 
Stephen C. Glassberg, 

M.D. 
Maurice R. Green, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Maurice Haberman, M.D. 
Charles L. Ihlenfeld, M.D. 
Charles G. Jackson, Jr., 

M.D. 
David K. Jordan, M.D. 
Kenneth R. Junblut 
Willard S. Kahn, M.D. 
Jerome Edward Kaufman, 

M.D. 
Robert J. Kent, M.D. 
liana Kochen, M.D. 
Rhoda N. Krawitz 
Marvin Roy Kremberg, M.D. 
Woon Soon Lee, M.D. 
Ernesto Lozano, M.D. 
James M. McGowan 
Enrique Madrigal-Segura, 

M.D. 
Henry Clay Mallard, M.D. 
Donald Mayerson, M.D. 
Ruth Wallach Mollod, Ph.D. 
Jeffry R. Nurenberg, M.D. 
Antonio Parras 
Henry A. Paul, M.D. 
Michael A. Pawel, M.D. 
Antonio G. Pena, M.D. 
Michael Piercy, M.D. 
Arthur S. Piatt, D.O. 
Ellen M. Piatt, M.D. 
Corey Nyles Rigberg, 

M.D. 
Mary Rodriguez-Boulan 
Jonathan E. Rosenfeld, M.D. 
George Edward Rowan 
Jeffrey H. Sacks, M.D. 
Ranja Katerina Schilot, 

M.D. 
Mona Schneider 
Susan Butler See 
Christina M. Sekaer, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS {continued) 
Roy Shapiro 
Jane Simon 
Michael Stern 
Melvin L. Thrash, M.D. 
Joel Tricarico, M.D. 
Martha C. Troutman, 

M.D. 
Maria L.C. Velez, M.D. 
Alexander V. 

Voitashevsky, M.D. 
Joel Wallack, M.D. 
David S. Weinberger, 

M.D. 
Olin West, M.D. 

INSTRUCTORS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Robert A. Cutick, Ph.D. 
Andrew B. Druch, Ph.D. 
Joan Schaeffer, Ph.D. 

ASSISTANTS IN CLINICAL 
PSYCHIATRY 

Hanne E. Favelukes, M.D. 
Shirin Ghaemma-Ghami 
Edward E. Gilmour, M.D. 
Joel Gonchar, M.D. 
Alan Kouzmanoff, M.D. 
Keith Sedlacek, M.D. 
Victor Syrmis, M.D. 
Nestor J. Totero 
Charles F. Yackulic, M.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
John Cotton, M.D. 
Lilli C. Shalsa, M.D. 

LECTURERS 
Terry J. Golash 
Wayne A. Myers 



Public Health 



Delamar Professor, Dean, and Chairman 

Robert J. Weiss (also Medicine) (also Psychiatry). B.A., George Washington, 1947; M.D., 
Columbia, 1951 



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Biostatistics 

Professors 

Joseph L. Fleiss. B.A., Columbia, 1959; M.S., 1961; Ph.D., 1967 

John Van Ryzin. B.S., Marquette, 1957; M.S., 1959; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1964 

Adjunct Professor 

Carl H. Erhardt. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1941; M.P.A., New York 
University, 1957; M.S, Harvard, 1958; D.Sc., 1962 

Associate Professor 

Agnes P. Berger. Ph.D., Budapest, 1939; M.A., Columbia, 1944 

Senior Research Associates 

Neal W. Chilton. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1939; D.D.S., New York University, 

1943; M.P.H., Columbia, 1946 
Allen S. Ginsberg (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.M.E., Cornell, 1958; 

M.I.E., 1959; Ph.D., Stanford, 1970 

Assistant Professors 

Robert R. Golden. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1960; M.S., Oregon State, 1963; 

Ph.D., Minnesota, 1976 
Bruce Levin (Mathematical Statistics). B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.A., Harvard, 1972; Ph.D., 

1974 
Patrick E. Shrout (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., St. Louis, 1972; Ph.D., Chicago, 1976 
Sylvan Wallenstein. B.S., City College, 1966; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1971 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Sol Blumenthal. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955; M.B.A., New York University, 

1958; Ph.D., New School for Social Research, 1969 
Joseph Breuer. M.D., Vienna, 1937; M.P.H, Columbia, 1960; M.S., 1962; Ph.D., 1969 
Turkan K. Gardenier. B.A., Vassar, 1961; M.A., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., 1966 
Neil Jay Risch. B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1972; M.S., Illinois, 1947; Ph.D., 

California, 1979 
Donald C. Ross. B.A., Rochester, 1955; M.A., North Carolina, 1957; Ph.D., 1960 

INSTRUCTORS RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Carol A. Bodian, M.S. Jennie K. Kline, Ph.D. (in the 

Frieda Nelson, B.A. Sergievsky Center) 

Alex Tytun, M.S. Molly Park, M.A. 

Robert A. Strauss, M.D. 

Livia R. Turgeon, M.S. 



Environmental Health Sciences 

Professor 

I. Bernard Weinstein (also Medicine) (in the Cancer Center). B.S., Wisconsin, 1952; M.D., 
1955 



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Associate Professors 

Dezider Grunberger (also Biochemistry) (in the Institute of Cancer Research). M.Sc, 
Technical (Czechoslovakia), 1950; Ph.D., Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 1956; 
ScD., 1968 

Jeanne M. Stellman. B.S., City College, 1968; Ph.D., 1972 

Senior Research Associate 

Granville H. Sewell. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; Ph.D., 1966 

Assistant Professor 

Alan M. Jeffrey. B.S., Hull (UK), 1966; Ph.D., University College of North Wales (UK), 
1970 

ASSOCIATE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Michael Gochfeld, M.D. Leslie R. Andrews, M.A. 

Gloria C. Gordon, Ph.D. 



Epidemiology 

Professors 

Bruce P. Dohrenwend (also Psychiatry). B.A., Columbia, 1950; M.A., 1951; Ph.D., Cornell, 

1955 
Zena A. Stein (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Cape Town, 1941; M.A., 1942; M.B., B.Ch., 

Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1950 
Mervyn W. Susser (Gertrude H. Sergievsky Professor and Director, Sergievsky Center). 
M.B.,B.Ch., Witwatersrand (South Africa), 1950 

Professor of Clinical Psychiatric Epidemiology 

Thomas S. Langner. B.A., Harvard, 1948; Ph.D., Columbia, 1954 

Adjunct Professors 

Peter Greenwald. B.A., Colgate, 1957; M.D., State University of New York, 1961; M.P.H., 

Harvard, 1967; Dr.P.H., 1974 
Wolf Szmuness. M.D., Kharkov Medical Institute (USSR), 1955; D.Med.Sc, Academy of 

Medicine (Lublin, Poland), 1964 

Associate Professors 

Mary G. Curnen. M.D., Louvain (Belgium), 1948; D.T.M., Antwerp (Belgium), 1949; Dr. 

PH., Columbia, 1972 
David Rush (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., 1959 
Elmer F. Struening. B.S., Hastings, 1949; M.S., Purdue, 1951; Ph.D., 1957 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Patricia Cohen. B.A., Hamline, 1958; Ph.D., New York University, 1968 
Holger H. Hansen (in the Sergievsky Center). M.D., Freie Universitat (German Federal 
Republic), 1961; M.P.H, Columbia, 1967; Dr.P.H, 1973 



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Senior Research Associates 

Lillian M. Belmont. B.A., Brooklyn, 1947; M.A., College of the City of New York, 1949; 

Ph.D., New York University, 1957; M.S., Columbia, 1970 
Inge F. Goldstein. B.A., Wellesley, 1951; M.S., Pittsburgh, 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1968 

Assistant Professors 

Ora S. Fagan. B.A., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1961; M.S.W., California (Berkeley), 1965; 

D.S.W., 1973 
Bruce G. Link. B.A., Earlham, 1971; Ph.D., Columbia, 1980 
Nigel S. Paneth (also Pediatrics) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Columbia, 1968; M.D., 

Harvard, 1972; M.P.H., Columbia, 1978 
Stephen Shafer (also Neurology) (in the Sergievsky Center). B.A., Harvard, 1966; M.D., 

Columbia, 1970; M.P.H., 1977 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Ann B. Goodman. B.A., Radcliffe, 1953; M.A., George Washington, 1963; M.S., Columbia, 

1972 
Paul S. May. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1951; M.S., Syracuse, 1952; D.Sc, 

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1955; M.P.H, Columbia, 1970 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Robert Lubin, M.P.H., Ph.D. 

Health Administration 

Professors 

Lowell E. Bellin. B.S., Yale, 1948; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 1951; 

M.P.H, Harvard, 1964 
Lucie S. Kelly (also Nursing). B.S.N, Pittsburgh, 1947; M.Litt., 1957; Ph.D., 1965 
Frank W. van Dyke (Administrative Medicine). B.A., Union (Schenectady), 1939; M.S., 

Columbia, 1954 
Samuel Wolfe. M.D., Toronto, 1950; M.P.H, Columbia, 1960; Dr.P.H, 1961 

Adjunct Professors 

Arne C. V. Barkhuus (Public Health Practice). B.A., Copenhagen, 1926; M.D., 1933; 

D.P.H, Johns Hopkins, 1938 
Joseph V. Terenzio. B.A., Yale, 1939; J.D., Fordham, 1947; M.S., Columbia, 1954 

Clinical Professor 

Arthur Manoharan (at Harlem Hospital). M.B.B.S., Madras, 1951; Dr.P.H, Columbia, 
1960 

Associate Professors 

Bernard Challenor. B.A., Hunter, 1957; M.D., State University of New York (Downstate), 

1961; M.P.H, Harvard, 1963 
Bruce Vladeck (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Harvard, 1970; M.A., 

Michigan, 1972; Ph.D., 1973 



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Adjunct Associate Professors 

Noreen M. Clark. B.S., Utah, 1965; M.A., Columbia, 1972; Ph.D., 1976 

Harold Fruchtbaum (History and Philosophy of Public Health). B.C.E., New York University, 

1955; M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1956; Ph.D., Harvard, 1964; M.A., 

Cambridge, 1968 
Lloyd F. Novick. B.A., Colgate, 1961; M.D., New York University, 1965; M.P.H., Yale, 

1971 
Irving S. Shapiro (Public Health Education). B.S., College of the City of New York, 1938; 

M.S., Columbia, 1941; Ph.D., 1954 

Senior Research Associate 

Regina Loewensteia (in the Center for Community Health Systems). B.A., Barnard, 1936; 
M.A., Columbia, 1937 

Assistant Professors 

Fred Goldman. B.A., Queens (New York), 1967; M.A., Brown, 1970; Ph.D., City College, 

1975 
Harriet S. Goldman (also Dental and Oral Surgery). B.A., New York University, 1962; 

D.D.S., 1965;M.P.H., Columbia, 1966 
Sheila A. Gorman. B.S., R.N., Niagara, 1959; M.P.H., Columbia, 1972 
Marcia L. Pinkett-Heller. B.A., Howard, 1963; M.P.H., Michigan, 1970 
Ralph Joseph UUman. B.A., Cornell, 1970; M.B.A., Rochester, 1972; M.S., 1979 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Public Health 

Stephen N. Rosenberg. B.A., Cornell, 1963; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1967; M.P.H., Harvard, 
1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Raymond S. Alexander. B.A., Dartmouth, 1953; M.B.A., 1954; M.S., Columbia, 1956 
John Baer. B.A., Oberlin, 1959; M.S., Columbia, 1961; D.P.A., New York University, 

1967 
Arlene Bregman. B.A., State University of New York (Albany), 1971; M.P.H., Columbia, 

1975 
Annette Choolfaian. B.S. Bridgeport, 1964; M.P.A., New York University, 1972 
Anita Stiles Curran. B.A., Connecticut, 1951; M.D., New York Medical College, 1955; 

M.P.H., Columbia, 1974 
William H. Hermann. B.S, Missouri, 1951; M.S., Yale, 1953 
Nicholas Herskovits. B.B.A., Bernard Baruch School of Business and Public Administration, 

1963 
Henry R. Karpe. B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1952; M.S., Wisconsin, 1972 
Nicetas H. Kuo (Public Health Practice). M.D., Philippines, 1941; M.P.H., Columbia, 1953 
W. David Latham. B.S., Stanford, 1966; M.B.A., 1968 
Francis C. Lindaman. B.A., Gettysburg, 1935; M.A., 1936 
William L. Nute, Jr. B.A., Swarthmore, 1938; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1943 
Percival B. Phillips (Public Health Practice). B.A., San Francisco State, 1954; M.A., 1956; 

Ed.D, Columbia, 1965 
Eleanore Rothenberg. B.A., Brooklyn, 1955; M.P.A., New York University, 1969; Ph.D., 

1975 
Esther A. Schisa (Public Health Practice). B.S, Syracuse, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1955 



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Martin Schnall. B.A., Yesbiva, 1955; M.S., Columbia, 1957; M.B.A., New York University, 

1974 
Sheila M. Smythe. B.S., Creighton, 1952; M.S., Columbia, 1956 
Boris A. Vanadzin. M.D., Munich, 1955; M.P.H., California (Berkeley), 1959 



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Ward S. Condelli, Ph.D. 
Everett D. Hines, M.S. 
Lawrence Krasnoff, Ph.D. 
Kathleen L. MUler, Ph.D. 
Carol S. Vance, Ph.D. 

INSTRUCTORS 
Stephen Banks, M.A. 
Peter D. Bardax, J.D. 
Barbara S. Cooper, M.D. 
Catherine D. Crone, M.D. 



INSTRUCTORS (continued) 

Michael Goldfarb, M.S. 
Ruth Haase, M.A. 
Margaret L. Haynes, 

M.P.H. 
Steven Karten, M.B.A. 
Dulcy B. Miller, M.S. 
Thomas A. Sherwood, 

M.P.H. 
Virginia K. Stowe, M.S. 



SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 
Vicki Ashton, M.S.W. 

STAFF ASSOCIATES 
Stephanie M. Duberman, 

M.D. 
Monica Gail Reiss, M.P.H. 
Arthur G. Schatzkin, M.D. 
Barry Snow, B.A. 



Population and Family Health 

Professor 

Allan G. Rosenfield (also Obstetrics and Gynecology) (Director, Center for Population and 

Family Health). B.A., Harvard, 1955; M.D., Columbia, 1959 
John A. Ross (in HSHR). B.A. Ottawa, 1956; M.A., Yale, 1957; Ph.D., 1961 

Professor of Clinical Public Health 

Joe D. Wray. B.A., Stanford, 1947; M.D., 1952; M.P.H., North Carolina, 1967 

Associate Professors 

Giorgio R. Solimano (in the Institute of Human Nutrition). M.D., Chile, 1960 

Nicholas Cunningham (also Pediatrics). B.A., Harvard, 1950; M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1955; 

Dr. PH., 1976 
Susan G. Philliber. B.A., Florida State, 1965; M.S., 1966; Ph.D., 1968 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Susann Bennett-Clark (at St. Luke's- Roosevelt Hospital Center). Ph.D., Western Australia, 

1963 
John Bongaarts. M.S., Eindhoven Institute of Technology, 1968; Ph.D., Illinois, 1972 
Thomas Frejka. Engineer, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 1966 

Associate Professor of Clinical Public Health 

Martin E. Gorosh. B.A., Brooklyn, 1959; M.P.H, Johns Hopkins, 1969; Dr. PH., 1973 

Senior Research Associate 

Walter B. Watson. B.A., Southern Methodist, 1953; M.S., Wisconsin, 1954; Ph.D., 1959 



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Assistant Professors 

Katherine F. Darabi. B.A., Syracuse, 1969; M.F., Columbia, 1975: M.Phil.. 1977; Ph.D.. 

1980 
Stephen L. Isaacs. B.A., Brown, 1961; J.D., Columbia. 1965 
Judith E. Jones. B.A., Hunter, 1956 
Joanne E. Revson. B.A., Clark, 1969; M.P.H.. California (Berkeley). 1972; Dr. P.M.. 

Columbia, 1980 
Pearilla Rothenberg. B.A., Pennsylvania. 1970; M.Phil., Columbia. 1974; Ph.D., 1976 
William A. Van Wie. B.A., College of Wooster, 1961; B.D., Pittsburgh Seminary 1964; 

M.P.H., North Carolina, 1968; Dr. P.H., 1974 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Joy G. Dryfoos. B.A.. Antioch. 1951; M.A.. Sarah Lawrence. 1966 

Assistant Clinical Professor 

Rosemary Barber-Madden. B.A., Jersey City State College, 1968; M.S., Hunter, 1977; 
Ed.D., Temple, 1980 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Henry G. Elkins, Jr., Ph.D. Marjorie A. Costa, M.P.H. Mohammed Matthews, M.S. 

Sociomedical Sciences 

Professors 

Barbara Dohrenwend. B.A., Wellesley, 1947; M.A., Columbia, 1948; Ph.D., 1954 
Jack Elinson. B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937; M.A., George Washington, 1946; 
Ph.D., 1954 

Associate Professors 

John L. Colombotos. B.A., Columbia. 1949; M.A., 1952; Ph.D.. Michigan, 1961 
Denise B. Kandel (in Psychiatry). B.A., Bryn Mawr. 1952; M.A.. Columbia. 1953; Ph.D.. 
1960 

Senior Research Associates 

Ann F. Brunswick. B.A, Hunter, 1946; M.A., Clark, 1947 

Paul W. Haberman. B.S., Pennsylvania, 1948; M.B.A.. New York University. 1961 
Eric Josephson. B.A., New York University, 1947; M.A., Columbia. 1949; Ph.D., 1959 
Mata K. Nikias. D.D.S., Athens (Greece), 1953; M.P.H. Columbia. 1960; Ph.D., 1967 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Social Sciences 

Carol C. Schwartz. B.S., Columbia, 1962; Ph.D., Yale, 1969 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

Margery M. Braren. B.A., Barnard, 1961; M.A.. Columbia. 1963; Ph.D.. 1971 

Scilly Guttmacher. B.S., Wisconsin, 1963 

Matthew A. Rosen. B.A., Columbia. 1967; M.A.. 1969; M.Phil.. 1975; Ph.D.. 1979 



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Mitchell Schorow (Medical Education). B.A., Roosevelt, 1950; MA., Northwestern, 1961; 
Ph.D., Utah, 1971 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATE 

Israel Adler, Ph.D. Lambros Comitas, Ph.D. 
Stanley Fisher, M.S. 

Corinne Kirchner, M.Phil. f,"^^ ASSOCIATE 

Athilia E. Siegmann, M.S. ^'^^o"^ R^^^^s- ^P"- 
Morton Siege! (at Harlem Hospital), M.A. 



Tropical Medicine 

Professors 

Michael Katz (also Pediatrics). B.A., Pennsylvania, 1949; M.D., State University of New 

York (Downstate), 1956; M.S., Columbia, 1963 
Roger W. Williams (Medical Entomology). B.S., Illinois, 1939; M.S., 1941; Ph.D., Columbia, 

1947 

Associate Professors 

Philip A. D'Alesandro (Parasitology). B.S., Rutgers, 1952; M.S., 1954; Ph.D., Chicago, 

1958 
Dickson D. Despommier (Parasitology). B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson, 1962; M.S., Columbia, 

1964; Ph.D., Notre Dame, 1967 

Adjunct Associate Professors 

Ashton C. Cuckler (Parasitology). B.A., Nebraska, 1935; M.A., 1936; Ph.D., Minnesota, 

1941 
John D. Frame. B.A, Wheaton, 1938; M.D., Northwestern, 1943 

Assistant Professor 

Suzanne Holmes (Parasitology). B.A., New York University, 1966; Ph.D., Rutgers, 1974 

INSTRUCTORS 

Martin G. Blechman, M.D. 

Chung C. Wang, M.D. 



Faculty Members Not Affiliated with 
Specific Divisions 

Professor 

Sami A. Hashim (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Beirut, 1950; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., 
Harvard, 1955 

Adjunct Professor 

Myron Brin (Public Health Nutrition). B.S., Cornell, 1947; M.N.S., 1948; Ph.D., Harvard, 
1951 



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Assistant Professors of Anthropology 

Leith P. Mullings. B.S., Cornell, 1966; M.A., Chicago, 1970; Ph.D., 1975 
Robert J. Wasserstrom. B.A., Harvard, 1970; M.A., 1973; Ph.D., 1977 

Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Lois Arlene Grau. B.S.N., Marquette, 1968; M.S., Wisconsin, 1976; Ph.D., 1979 

Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Paul N. Borsky. B.A., Brooklyn, 1942 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Nancy Graham. B.S., Columbia, 1956; M.A., New York University, 1960; M.P.H., Colum- 
bia, 1972; Dr.P.K, 1976 



Lecturers in All Divisions 



Kenneth F. Adamec, M.S. 
George H. Adams, M.S. 
Frederick D. Alley, M.D. 
Allan C. Anderson, M.H.A. 
Lenore M. Appenzcller 
Peter Baglio, Sc.M. 
Richard A. Berman, 

M.B.A., M.H.A. 
Robert Boyar 
Roy Brown, M.A. 
Carlos Caguiate, M.P.H. 
Martin Cherkasky, M.D. 
Irene J. Clark, M.P.H. 
Allan Conney, Ph.D. 
Alvin J. Conway, M.S. 
Jean B. Cropper, M.P.H. 
Daniel L. Drosness, 

M.P.H. 
Gary M. Eidsvold, M.D. 
Rinaldo A. Ferrer, M.D. 
Andrew C. Fleck, M.D. 
Thomas J. Foley, M.S. 
Stephen L. Forstenser, 

M.S. 
Herbert Friedman, M.B.A. 
Richard C. Friedman, M.D. 
Steven Friedman, M.D. 
Nicholas Frudenberg 
Bernard Fuss, M.S. 



Robert Galton, Ph.D. 
Gary Gambuti, M.P.A. 
George Goldberg, M.B.A. 
Judith D. Goldberg, Sc.D. 
Edward V. Grant 
Margaret Griesmer, B.S. 
Margaret T. Grossi, M.D. 
David Harris, M.D. 
Frank W. Hays, M.B.A. 
Robert E. Heinlein, M.S. 
Donald W. Helbig, M.D. 
E. Geoffrey High, M.S. 
Florence Kavaler, M.D. 
Howard R. Kelman, Ph.D. 
John T. Kolody, M.S. 
Elaine Lugovoy, M.A. 
Lawrence E. McDevitt, 

B.A. 
Mary C. McLaughlin, M.D. 
Robert Markowitz, M.S. 
John S. Marr, M.P.H. 
Charles H. Meyer, M.S. 
Anthony C. Mustalish, 

M.D. 
Janet Nakushian, M.A. 
Karl E. Nelson, M.S. 
Margaret J. O'Brien, 

M.P.H. 



Donna O'Hare, M.D. 
Jaime Olle, M.D. 
Jean Pakter, M.D. 
George W. Parsons, B.S. 
Dhun B. Patel, Ph.D. 
Clarence E. Pearson, M.S. 
Richard H. Perry, M.S. 
Olive E. Pitkin, M.D. 
Dorothy P. Rice, B.A. 
Peter Rogatz, M.D. 
Edward Rosasco, M.B.A. 
Alan H. Rosenblut, M.B.A. 
Hana Rostain, M.D. 
Rachel Rotkovitch, M.S. 
Harvey Schoenfeld, M.S. 
Joseph Sherber, M.S. 
Elliot J. Simon, M.S. 
Louis E. Stesin, Ph.D. 
Thomas J. G. Tighe, Jr., 

M.P.H. 
Andre A. O. Varma, M.D. 
Margaret Walsh, M.L.H. 
Jacqueline WarrRn, J.D. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS 
Gloria Damann, M.P.H. 
Anna C. Gelman, C.P.H. 
Beatrice Mintz, M.D. 
Samuel M. Wishik, M.D. 



126 RADIOLOGY 



Radiology 

Professor and Chairman 

William B. Seaman. M.D., Harvard, 1941 

At Presbyterian Hospital 

Professors 

Philip O. Alderson. B.A., Washington (St. Louis), 1966; M.D., 1970 

David H. Baker. M.D., Boston, 1951 

Walter E. Berdon. B.A., Syracuse, 1950; M.D., 1955 

Chu Huai Chang. M.D., St. John s (Shanghai), 1944 

Zang-Hee Cho (Physics). B.S., Seoul National (Korea), 1960; M.S., 1962; Ph.D., Upsala, 

1966 
Kent Ellis. M.D., Yale, 1950 

Eric J. Hall (Physics). D. Phil., Oxford, 1962; D. Sc, 1978 
Sadek Hilal. M.D., Cairo, 1955 
Harald H. Rossi (Physics). Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1942 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 

Carmia Borek. B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Weizman Institute (Israel), 1967 

Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Frieda Feldman. B.A., New York University, 1953; M.D., 1957 
Donald L. King. B.A., Stanford, 1956; M.D., Columbia, 1960 
Ralph Schlaeger. B.S., Wisconsin, 1942; M.D., 1945 

Adjunct Professors 

Victor P. Bond. B.A., California (Berkeley), 1943; M.D., California (San Francisco), 1945; 

Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1952 
^ Simon Larach. Ph.D., Princeton, 1955 

Associate Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Thane Asch. B.A., Columbia, 1951; M.D., Cornell, 1955 

John H. Austin. B.A., Harvard, 1961; M.D., Yale, 1965 

Rashid Fawwaz. M.D., American (Beirut), 1960; Ph.D., California (Berkeley), 1968 

Monique C. Katz. B.A., Vassar, 1959; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1963 

Adjunct Associate Professor 

Lawrence A. Shepp. B.S., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1958; M.A., Princeton, 1960; 
Ph.D., 1960 

Associate Clinical Professors 

Sundara R. Ganti. M.B.B.S., Guntur Medical College (India), 1967; M.D., 1967 
Kevin L. Macken. M.D., National (Ireland), 1947 
Eric C. Martin. M.D., St. Thomas (London), 1967 
Paul Sane. M.D., Bucharest, 1950 



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Senior Research Associate 

Charles R. Geard (Radiation Biophysics). B.A.S., Melbourne, 1960; M.Sc., Tasmania, 1969; 
Ph.D, Australian National, 1973 

Assistant Professors 

Andrew Arthur Maudsley. B.S.C., Nottingham, 1973; Ph.D., 1976 
Richard C. Miller. B.A., Iowa, 1969; M.S., 1972; Ph.D., 1976 

Steven P. Singer. B.S., City University oi New York, 1970; M.D., New York Medical 
College, 1974 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

Benjamin Bashist. B.S., Brooklyn, 1972; M.D., Albert Einstein, 1975 

Kaaren N. Bergquist. B.S., Wisconsin State, 1967; M.D., Case Western Reserve, 1968 

Nicholas M. Dzebolo. B.S., Union (Schnectady), 1969; M.D., Hahnemann, 1973 

Peter D. Esser (Radiation Biophysics). B.A., Brown, 1961; M.S., Adelphi, 1964; Ph.D., 

1971 
Elliott Fanchuken. B.A., N