We enjoyed holding last year's party in January
so much, we decided to do it again this year!
The party in full swing
A festive group of GIM Fellows and friends
As always, there was dancing
Joy Mays and a friend
Dr. Mary Catherine Beach and her
husband, Dr. Robert Conners
Dr. Jodi Segal with her husband
Former GIM Fellows and now GIM faculty members:
Drs. Wendy Bennett, Raquel Charles, Madhav Goyal,
and Nisa Maruthur, with an assortment of spouses
In the holiday spirit!
Sarah Longenecker and Kathy Michalski
Girl power! From left, GIM Fellows Drs. Tabor Flickinger, Kim Gudzune, Meghana Gadgil, Anne Monroe,
Kim Martin, and Brooke Cunningham
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Representatives of the male contingent of GIM Fellows,
Drs. Saul Blecker, Henry Michtalik, and Reza Alavi
Quite the gregarious group!
GIM Director Dr. Fred Brancati greets
faculty member Dr. Vinayak Kottoor
Lots of conviviality
GIM Director Dr. Fred Brancati and Welch Center Director
Dr. Larry Appel chat with Dr. Nisa Maruthur
Leslie Gregg and Erika Vaitekunas
GIM Fellow Dr. Saul Blecker and his wife, Nina.
GIM's Dr. Kimberly Peairs and her husband
Welch Center core faculty members
Kit Carson and Dr. Brad Astor
GIM Fellow Dr. Reza Alavi and his wife, Nassim
The crowd grows thicker
Richard Matens and his wife, with a young party-goer
No shortage of talk
The ever-elegant Dr. Ebony Boulware
A point of convergence
GIM's Marcia Gethers and her husband, Rickey
Our hosts, Welch Center Director Dr. Larry Appel and GIM Division Director Dr. Fred Brancati greet the assembly
Dr. Appel has a few words to say
Then Dr. Brancati addresses the guests
Watch those doctors dance!
The D.J. makes it all possible
Hands over your heads, everyone!
Dr. Liz Jaffe gets her husband, Dr. Fred Brancati,
out on the dance floor
The stars of the dance!
Dr. Rasika Mathias shows how it's done!
It must be contagious! Call a doctor!
Dr. Gail Daumit and James Trudeau. . .
bitten by the dancing bug
Some, like Dr. Mary Catherine Beach (center),
take time for a breather and to watch
For some, work is never far away