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These scholarships are for students with financial need unless otherwise noted. Most of these funds are awarded to qualified students by the Office of Financial Aid and do not require a special application process. An endowed fund totaling $1 million or more is given the prestigious designation of Hopkins Scholarship.
Warde B. Allan Scholarship
Established in 1968 by an anonymous gift to honor Dr. Allan, who served as director of Hopkins' Chest Clinic where he helped develop a technique for the early detection of lung cancer. Dr. Allan died in 1985. The fund has been augmented by gifts from his widow, Angelica P. Allan.
Vivian B. Allen Scholarship
Established in 1955 by Mrs. Allen. The fund has been supported by the Vivian B. Allen Foundation, Inc.
Alumni Class Scholarships
Supported by various classes of alumni through the School of Medicine reunion and annual giving programs.
Marcia Anderson Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1989 by R. David Anderson, Med 1990, of Sarasota, Florida, and family in memory of his wife, Marcia Anderson. The fund is augmented by gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Gary Beinhaker.
E. Cowles Andrus Scholarship
Established in 1981 in memory of her husband by Miriam "Jay" Andrus, A&S 1934 (M.A.), who also studied at Peabody. E. Cowles Andrus, Med 1921, was a distinguished Hopkins physician, teacher, and pioneer in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Preference is given to students planning a career in cardiovascular medicine.
Ralph F. and Ellen Anthony Medical Scholarship
Established in 1984 by Ralph and Ellen Anthony. Mr. Anthony, who died in 1996, served on the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine. He was a founding partner of the Gibney, Anthony, and Flaherty law firm in New York. The fund is sustained by gifts from Mrs. Anthony of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, and the Palisades Education Foundation.
Mrs. Raymond B. Apgar Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Mr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Cullen of Sacramento, California, in honor of Mrs. Cullen's sister on her 82nd birthday.
Richard Westcott Appleton Scholarship
Established in 1973 by Vivia B. Appleton, Med 1906, SPH 1929 (M.P.H.), of Honolulu, Hawaii, in honor of Richard Appleton. Vivia Appleton, who died in 1978, began her career as an instructor in pediatrics at the University of California, then served at hospitals in Europe through World War I.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred B. Aurin Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Dr. Aurin and his wife, Gene. Dr. Aurin, Med 1942, is a retired general surgeon who spent most of his career practicing in Fort Worth, Texas.
Charles R. Austrian Fund for Medical Education
Established in 1956 by friends and colleagues in memory of Dr. Austrian, A&S 1904, Med 1909. A member of the Hopkins medical faculty, he served for many years in the Phipps tuberculosis clinic. Dr. Austrian, who also was physician-in-chief of Sinai Hospital, was recognized as a superb clinician and was well known for his work in infectious diseases. His son, Robert Austrian, A&S 1937, Med 1941, served as a University trustee from 1963 to 1969.
Robert L. Avery, M.D., Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Robert L. Avery, Med 1987, in honor of his 15th reunion. Dr. Avery served as a resident, chief resident, post-doctoral fellow, and faculty member at the Wilmer Eye Institute. More recently he served on the Class of 1987's 15th anniversary reunion committee.
David Graham Baird and Mildred Batchelder Baird Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1988 by the Baird Family Fund.
Frances Ward Banks Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1992 in memory of her mother by Elizabeth B. Banks, a teacher and farmer in Rockville, Maryland.
Dr. John W. Barnaby Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Dr. Barnaby, A&S 1928, Med 1933, of Baltimore, who died in 1995.
Jeremiah A. Barondess, M.D., Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by Dr. Barondess, Med 1949, of New York City, in honor of his 50th reunion. He is president of the New York Academy of Medicine and is a University trustee emeritus, having served on the board from 1977 to 1994.
The Jennie Lee Batson, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1998 in memory of Jennie Lee Batson, Med 1984, of Snohomish, Washington, through the generosity of family, friends, colleagues, and especially classmates. The Class of 1984, of which her husband, Oliver A. Batson, is a member, dedicated its 15th reunion to her memory.
Dudley Beaumont Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1945 by the Louis D. Beaumont Trust in memory of Louis Beaumont's son.
Thomas Allen Beetham and Ida Covert Beetham Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1982 by the estate of Martha E. Beetham, SPSBE 1925, 1932 (M.A.), of Baltimore.
Elston L. Belknap Family Scholarship
Established in 1981 by a bequest from Dr. Belknap, Med 1923. His son, Elston L. Belknap Jr., of Madison, Wisconsin, is a 1949 School of Medicine graduate.
Fredericka Benton, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1995 by John J. Benton, Med 1945, of Panama City, Florida, in memory of his wife Fredericka Bart Berger Benton, Med 1945, and enhanced by loving contributions from all 10 of their children.
Barnett Berman, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1999 by an anonymous donor to honor Dr. Berman's service and leadership to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Berman has long been associated with the Johns Hopkins institutions, initially as a fellow in neuro physiology research and later as part-time staff physician in the Hospital and medical school. Dr. Berman served as preceptor in clinical skills for over 40 years.
Laura L. and Kenneth I. Berns, M.D., Ph.D., Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Kenneth I. Berns, A&S 1964, Med 1966, and his wife, Laura L. Berns, A&S 1963 (M.A.), in honor of Dr. Berns' 35th reunion and to recognize his devotion to medicine and his lifelong affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Berns is a university trustee, a member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, and has served on the medical faculty. He has been involved with many societies and organizations including the American Society for Microbiology, the Association of American Medical Colleges, the American Society for Virology, and the National Advisory Research Resources Council at the National Institutes of Health.
Laurence H. and Ida Lea Blackburn Endowed Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2000 by Laurence H. Blackburn, Jr., Med 1955, SPH 1965 (M.P.H.), and his wife, Rose A. Blackburn, of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, in honor of Dr. Blackburn's parents. Dr. Blackburn is retired from the full-time practice of occupational and aviation medicine. Since his retirement, he has served as an industry consultant in the occupational therapy field.
Dr. Alfred Blalock Scholarship
Established in 1966 by Thomas Harrold, Med 1924, and his wife in memory of Dr. Blalock, Med 1922, the Hopkins surgeon who is credited, along with pediatric cardiologist Helen Taussig and technician Vivian Thomas, with developing the blue-baby operation to correct congenital heart abnormalities. Dr. Harrold died in 1973.
Joseph N. and Elisa Bongiovanni Medical Student Aid Fund
Established in 1987 by the estate of Alfred M. Bongiovanni in honor of his parents. Alfred Bongiovanni, a Philadelphia resident, served on Hopkins' pediatrics faculty from 1952 to 1955 and later as professor of pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
Andrew Bozzelli Scholarship
Established in 1985 by Dolores and Andrew Bozzelli, Engr 1953, of Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. A University trustee since 1977, Mr. Bozzelli also serves on the board of Johns Hopkins Medicine and is a member of the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine. In 1993, he received the Alumni Association's Heritage Award. The fund assists medical students enrolled in the biomedical engineering program.
Luna Taylor Bradshaw and James S. Taylor, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1997 by the Luna Taylor Bradshaw Trust through the estate of Miss Taylor's brother, James S. Taylor, Med 1928, in recognition of the tuition assistance Dr. Taylor received in medical school. Dr. Taylor, of Danbury, North Carolina, served on the pathology faculty at Hopkins' School of Medicine. Miss Taylor was a Winston-Salem resident.
Brantigan Clinical Research Fund
Established in 1998 by John W. Brantigan, Med 1970, of San Antonio, Texas, to support promising medical students in conducting research as part of their medical education and/or in presenting their findings at refereed professional meetings. Preference is given to third- and fourth-year medical students whose interests include both clinical practice and research.
Samuel H. Brethwaite, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1998 by the estate of Samuel H. Brethwaite, Med 1935, who had retired as an internist affiliated with Cornell University's New York Hospital.
William and Wendyce Brody Scholarship
Established in 1992 by Dr. and Mrs. Brody for medical students pursuing a degree in one of the engineering disciplines. Dr. Brody, who became president of Johns Hopkins in 1996, was director of radiology at Hopkins from 1987 to 1994 with faculty appointments in the Schools of Medicine and Engineering.
Dr. Patrick and Judith Brookhouser Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Patrick E. Brookhouser, Med 1966, and his wife, Judith A. Brookhouser, of Omaha, Nebraska.
Arnold S. Broudy, M.D., and Regina H. Broudy Scholarship Fund
Established in 2001 by Arnold S. Broudy, Med 1971, and his wife Regina Broudy, reflecting their devotion to medical excellence and lifelong affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Broudy is a past chief of the division of orthopedics, president of the medical staff, and a member of the board of directors of Forbes Health System. He is a past president of the medical staff for the Greater Pittsburgh Rehabilitation Hospital, and a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Broudy currently practices with the Orthopedic Associates of Pittsburgh.
Grafton Rayner Browne and Edna Spriggs Browne Scholarship Fund
Established in 2000 by Grafton Rayner Browne through a planned gift. Dr. Browne and his wife, Edna Spriggs Browne, enjoyed a long relationship with Johns Hopkins. Their son-in-law, Robert W. McDaniel, M.D., was on staff at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and their grandson, Robert B. McDaniel, M.D., graduated from the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences in 1971. Dr. Browne was a member of the Baltimore Chirugical Society, the Monumental City Medical Society, and the American Medical Society. He died in 1973 and Mrs. Browne, in 1978. Preference in the award of this scholarship is given to minority students.
Art Buchwald Scholarship
Established in 1989 in honor of the Centennial of Johns Hopkins Medicine by Mr. Buchwald, a well-known satirist. A Centennial dinner speaker, he returned his speaking fee to Hopkins to create the scholarship.
Harlan P. Burbage Scholarship
Established in 1989 by the Ernest E. Burbage Jr. Trust in memory of Ernest Burbage's brother Harlan P. Burbage, A&S 1935. The scholarship benefits pre-medical and medical students.
Alden H. and Mary K. Burkholder Scholarship in Medical Education
Established in 1995 by John A. Burkholder, Med 1966, and his wife, Martha Burkholder, in honor of his parents. John Burkholder is a cardiac surgeon at the Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh and serves as Class of 1966 representative.
Douglas G. Carroll Jr. Student Aid Fund
Established in 1978 by the estate of Dr. Carroll, Med 1942, who served as associate professor at the School of Medicine and assistant chief of medicine at City Hospitals. Support has also come from his widow, Marguerite Carroll, Med 1949 (M.A.), who died in 1998, and his daughter Susan Immelt, Nurs 1977, 2000 (Ph.D).
David J. Carver Scholarship
Established in 1957 by Dr. Carver, A&S 1919 (Ph.D.), who was a teacher, businessman, and art collector.
Centennial Scholarship and Loan
Established in 1989 by the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association to commemorate the Johns Hopkins Medicine Centennial.
Jerry and Ruth Chang Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Helena Chang Chui, Med 1977, on the occasion of the 25th graduation anniversary of the Class of 1977. The scholarship honors Dr. Chui's parents, Jerry and Ruth Chang, their accomplishments, and their international work in pursuit of peace, in the hope that future generations of physicians will share a global vision that advances peace and health to the many countries of the world. Dr. Chui is a Professor of Neurology at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and has a practice at the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. Preference in award of this scholarship is given to students who have received, or expect to receive, a Master's in Public Health while at Johns Hopkins University.
Dean Alan M. Chesney and Dean Thomas B. Turner Scholarship
Established in 1975 by friends and admirers of Dr. Chesney, Med 1912, and Dr. Turner, both former deans of the School of Medicine. Dr. Chesney, now deceased, served from 1929 to 1953. Dr. Turner, who was awarded an honorary degree by Johns Hopkins in 1991, was dean from 1957 to 1968.
Clark Foundation Scholarship
Established in 1983 by the Clark Foundation of New York City.
Class of 1915 Memorial Scholarship
Established by gifts and bequests from, and as a tribute to, the class.
Class of 1926 and Charles O'Donovan Scholarship
Established in 1950 by members of the Class of 1926 to honor Dr. O'Donovan, Med 1925, a pediatrician and member of the Hopkins faculty from 1946 to his death in 1964. His father, two sons, and a daughter all graduated from Hopkins.
Medical School Class of 1936 Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1968 in memory of deceased members. The corpus was subsequently augmented by a bequest from Anne M. Bahlke, Med 1936.
Class of 1937 Philip Bard Scholarship
Established in 1987 by members of the class in honor of their 50th reunion and in memory of Philip Bard of Ojai, California. He served as director of Physiology and dean of the School of Medicine from 1953 to 1957. Dr. Maurice Chassin serves as the stewardee for this fund.
Class of 1949 Endowed Scholarship
Established in recognition of their 50th anniversary in 1999 by members of the Class of 1949. William H. Fritz, Med 1949, is class representative.
Class of 1956 Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1971 by members of the class and supported by annual gifts.
Class of 1960 Scholarship
Established in 1998 by William D. Kerr Jr., Med 1960, of Winnetka, Illinois, and other class members.
Class of 1964 Physicians of Letters Merit Scholarship
Established in 1991 by members of the Class of 1964 to provide merit scholarship support. Vaughan A. Johnson, A&S 1959 (M.A.), Med 1964, of Danville, California, serves as class representative.
Class of 1965 Scholarship
Established in 1989 by members of the class in honor of their 25th reunion. Barry S. Strauch, A&S 1962, Med 1965, of McLean, Virginia, is class representative.
Class of 1966 Scholarship
Established in 1989 by members of the class in honor of their 25th reunion. John A. Burkholder, Med 1966, of Verona, Pennsylvania, serves as class representative.
Class of 1976 Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2001 by members of the class of 1976 in honor of their 25th reunion. Raymond S. Martin III and class representative Arnold D. Gale, both Med 1976, served as co chairs. Dr. Gale served as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Pediatrics and as a member of the Hospital staff in the Department of Neurology.
Class of 1978 Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2003 by members of the class in honor of their 25th reunion. Class representative Richard S. D'Agostino and Walter H. Ettinger, who served as a postdoctoral fellow in the Departments of Rheumatology and Geriatrics and as a faculty member in the Department of Medicine, served as class co-chairs.
Class of 1980 Scholarship
Established in 1994 by reunion class chair John T. Thompson, A&S 1977, Med 1980, of Baltimore, and other members of the class, in honor of their 15th anniversary.
Class of 1983 Scholarship
Established in 1999 by reunion class co-chairs Randall S. Moore, Med 1983, of Long Grove, Illinois, and John G. Heller, Med 1983, of Atlanta, Georgia, and members of the class, in honor of their 15th reunion.
Class of 1986 Scholarship
Established in 2000 by members of the class in honor of their 15th reunion.
Elaine Hefty Cleary Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1996 by members of the Class of 1985 in memory of Elaine Hefty Cleary, Med 1985, who had served on the internal medicine faculty of the University of Colorado and spent her career caring for indigent patients and teaching medical students and residents.
Berhnard and Anna Cline Student Aid Fund
Established in 1995 by the estate of Elbert F. Eibling.
A. J. Coelho Scholarship
Initiated in 1994 through a planned gift by Jack H. Silveira, Med 1957, of Monte Sereno, California.
William A. Crawley, M '79, M.D., D.D.S. Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established in 2004 by William A. Crawley, Med 1979. After receiving his degree from Johns Hopkins, Dr. Crawley completed his postdoctoral studies in oral surgery, surgery, and plastic surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He currently serves on the faculty in the School of Medicine and has a private practice in Baltimore. Dr. Crawley has affiliations with several professional societies including the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, the American College of Surgeons, and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is vice president of the John E. Hoopes Foundation for Plastic Surgery, a former member of the Maryland State Board of Physician Quality Assurance, and past president of the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons. Dr. Crawley served as the second vice president of The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association and as co-chair of his School of Medicine 25th reunion committee. He has also served as his class representative since 1989 and on the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine since 1991.
Richard S. D'Agostino, M.D., Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Richard S. D'Agostino, A&S 1974, Med 1978. Dr. D'Agostino served as reunion co-chair for his Class of 1978 25th anniversary reunion committee and serves as his class representative.
Virginia Wells Davies Scholarship
Established in 1981 by the estate of Mrs. Davies.
Thomas E. Davis Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1993 by members of the Class of 1969 in memory of Thomas E. Davis, A&S 1965, Med 1969, who was a resident of Stanford, California.
William P. Didusch Scholarship and Loan Fund
Established in 1973 for students in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine with a generous gift from Mr. Didusch. A significant contribution was added to this fund by the estate of Bertha M. Trott whose death in 1973 ended a life filled with dedication and service to urologists at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere. Memorial contributions from friends and colleagues have been added to this fund since the death of William P. Didusch in 1981.
Dlabal Clinical Research Fund
Established in 2005 by Paul W. Dlabal, Med 1975, through The Dlabal Foundation. After completing his medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center at Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas, Dr. Dlabal was elected to fellowship in the American College of Physicians and the American College of Cardiology, as well as the council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. He then served with the United States Air Force as a staff cardiologist and director for the cardiac catheterization laboratory at Keesler USAF Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi, as well as clinical assistant professor of cardiology at Tulane University. Dr. Dlabal later served at the David Grant Medical Center at Travis USAF in California as assistant director of internal medicine and Chief of Cardiology. In 1984 he moved to Austin, Texas to practice interventional cardiology and founded Texas Cardiovascular Consultants, P.A.; in 1990 he founded the center for Cardiac Rehabilitation in Austin; and in 1995 he founded Cardiovascular Research Associates, P.A. Dr. Dlabal founded The Dlabal Foundation to support the arts, education, and medical research. This scholarship supports students conducting research as part of their medical education and as they present their findings at refereed professional meetings.
Marguerite T. Doane Scholarship
Established in 1952 by Mrs. Doane.
Oscar and Victoria Dorsch Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2003 by Carole A. Dorsch, Med 1968, in honor of her parents for their love of learning and their sacrifices. Dr. Dorsch served on the medical staff during her residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital and on the faculty from 1974 to 1982. She is in private practice in rheumatology in York, Pennsylvania.
Victoria S. Doust, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Brewster C. Doust Jr. in honor of his wife, Victoria S. Doust, Med 1951, of Skaneateles, New York.
Denise Dufer, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1990 by family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. Dufer, Med 1988, of Pittsburgh.
Marcia Thomas Duncan Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1980 by a bequest from Thomas Duncan in honor of his wife and awarded annually to a first-year medical student.
Joseph C. Eggleston Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1989 by family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. Eggleston, Med 1962, who was a pathologist at Hopkins for over 20 years, serving as professor and director of surgical pathology. Dr. Eggleston was an international authority on tumors of the lung.
Robert Biggs Ehrman Scholarship
Established in 1970 in memory of Mr. Ehrman.
Epps Family Fund
Established in 1999 by physicians Charles H. Epps Jr. and his wife, Roselyn Payne Epps, SPH 1973 (M.P.H.), in honor of their son Howard R. Epps, Med 1989, and in memory of their son Charles H. Epps III, Med 1983. Charles H. Epps Jr., a longtime member of the School of Medicine faculty, is associate professor emeritus of orthopaedic surgery. The fund assists medical students who have unanticipated expenses requiring emergency support.
Jean Epstein Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1985 for female students interested in neurology by the Alvin and Louella Epstein Foundation in memory of Mr. Epstein's sister.
Nancy Burton Esterly, M.D., Scholarship for Medical Education of Women in Pediatrics and Dermatology
Established in 2002 by Nancy Burton Esterly, Med 1960. Dr. Esterly is the head of Pediatric Dermatology at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is the former head of Pediatric Dermatology at Northwestern University. She is the editor of The Journal for Pediatric Dermatology. This fund supports a medical student, with a preference for women interested in pediatrics and/or dermatology.
Mrs. Richard P. Ettinger Scholarship
Established in 1979 by Mrs. Ettinger, of East Norwalk, Connecticut, who became acquainted with Johns Hopkins through her association as a donor and trustee of the Educational Foundation of America.
Larry Evans Scholarship
Established in memory of Mr. Evans to benefit students with special interest in the area of drug addiction.
Eugenio Fernandez-Cerra, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Dr. Fernandez-Cerra, Med 1943, of Puerto Rico, with preference given to medical students from Puerto Rico. He is a retired pulmonary specialist.
Dr. Nathaniel and Norma W. Finby Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2005 by the estates of Nathaniel Finby, A&S 1938, Med 1942, and his wife, Norma W. Finby. After receiving his medical degree from Hopkins, Dr. Finby served as a captain in the U. S. Medical Corps in World War II. After five years in general practice, he became a resident in radiology at Cornell Medical Center. At retirement, he was the director of radiology at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center and professor emeritus of the Radiology College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York City. Dr. Finby died in 1999, and Mrs. Finby in 2004. Preference in awarding this scholarship is given to students from the states of New York and New Jersey.
Dr. Edward M. and Marcella Finesilver Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Frances F. Blumenthal of West Hartford, Connecticut, in memory of her father, Dr. Finesilver, Med 1924.
Warfield M. Firor Scholarship
Established in 1989 by the estate of Thomasena Allen, longtime secretary to Warfield Firor, A&S 1917, Med 1921, professor emeritus of surgery at Hopkins. Dr. Firor died in 1988.
Fischer Family Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2002 by Dr. Newton Duchan Fischer and his wife, Janet Jordan Fischer, Med 1948, to recognize the Hopkins medical legacy of the Fischer family. Newton and Janet Fischer, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, both served on the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine faculty and at Johns Hopkins Hospital. At the University of North Carolina, Newton Fischer founded the Department of Otolaryngology and served as chair, and Janet Jordan Fischer was a professor of infectious diseases. Their daughter, Anne Crowe Fischer, Med 1991, is a faculty member in the Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Waldo Emerson Floyd III Scholarship
Established in 1975 by Class of 1954 representative Waldo Emerson Floyd Jr., Med 1954, of Macon, Georgia, in honor of his son, who trained at Hopkins Hospital and went into practice with his father at the Macon Orthopaedic and Hand Center. The Floyd family, friends, and associates have contributed to the fund. Preference is given to students from Georgia or the southeastern United States.
Eric W. Fonkalsrud, M.D. and Margaret Z. Fonkalsrud Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2002 by Eric W. Fonkalsrud, Med 1957, and his wife, Margaret Fonkalsrud. The couple have a life-long affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Fonkalsrud served on the faculty at the School of Medicine's Department of Surgery and as a surgeon at the Hospital. He was inducted into the Society of Scholars in May 2003.
Sharon Fox Scholarship in Memory of Henrietta B. Fox
Established in 1967 by the estate of Mr. Fox.
Bernard S. French Scholarship
Established in 1974 by the estate of Sallye Lipscomb French of Washington, D.C., in memory of her husband, Bernard French, Med 1923.
I. Phillips Frohman, M.D., Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2000 by I. Phillips Frohman, who worked at Greater Washington Community Hospital, George Washington Hospital, and the Washington D.C. Hospital Center. Dr. Frohman was a Maryland resident and died in 2001. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Collins of Arlington, Virginia, close friends of Dr. Frohman, were instrumental in making this gift possible.
Bernice and Joseph Fuld Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Stuart L. Fuld, Med 1963, and his wife, Ulrike L. Fuld, in memory of his parents and in honor of his 35th reunion. Dr. Fuld is an attending radiologist at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham and Natick, Massachusetts.
Dr. J. Alex and M. Arlene Gardner Scholarship
Established in 1996 by Dr. and Mrs. Gardner. Dr. Gardner retired after a long career in radiology in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Preference is given to students from southwestern Michigan.
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Genecin Memorial Fund
Established in 1999 by Rita Genecin of Baltimore in memory of her husband. Dr. Genecin, Med 1944, was a cardiologist in private practice. He also served as an associate professor of cardiovascular medicine at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Jacques Genest Scholarship
Established in 1985 by Jacques Genest of Montreal, Canada, in honor of Richard Ross, dean emeritus of the School of Medicine. Dr. Genest served on the Hopkins medical faculty from 1945 to 1948.
Gilliam Family Scholarship Fund
Established in 2001 by the Gilliam Foundation and James H. Gilliam, Jr. Mr. Gilliam, who died in 2003, was the former Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Beneficial Corporation, chairman of Beneficial National Bank, and secretary of the Department of Community Affairs and Economic Development under Delaware Governor Pete DuPont. He was a member of the board of directors of Household International, a trustee of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, chairman of the Governor's Judicial Nominating Commission of the State of Delaware, a member of the board of visitors of the Columbia University School of Law, chairman of the Gilliam Foundation, a trustee of the Hodson Trust, a member of the board of trustees of the National Geographic Society, and a consultant and counsel to Knickerbocker LLC. Mr. Gilliam's wife, Dr. Linda J. Gilliam, is a dentist in Philadelphia. She is Vice President and Director of The Gilliam Foundation, a Director of the Delaware Community Foundation, and a member of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine's Board of Overseers. She has also served as a Director of the MBNA Excellence in Education Grants Committee of the MBNA Foundation. Preference in awarding this scholarship is given to students who attended Morgan State University.
Anita Desch Gipe Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 2001 by the estate of R. Norman Gipe of Heathsville, Virginia, in memory of his wife, Anita Desch Gipe, who died in 1981.
Maurice H. Givens-David E. Rogers Scholarship
Established by the estate of Dr. Givens of Jacksonville, Florida, in honor of Dr. Rogers, who completed post-doctoral work at Hopkins. Dr. Rogers, who died in 1994, was on the faculty of Cornell University Medical College.
Gwynne M. Gloege Endowed Scholarship Fund in Medical Art
Established in 2004 by Gwynne M. Gloege, who received her Certificate of Graduate Studies in Art as Applied to Medicine from Johns Hopkins in 1956. This fund provides financial assistance to medical art students.
Emil Goetsch Scholarship for Medical Students
Established in 1980 by the estate of physician Arthur Goetsch of Rutherford, New Jersey, in memory of both his brother, Emil Goetsch, Med 1909, and his niece, Margaret L. Goetsch, Med 1940.
Morton F. Goldberg, M.D. Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Frank E. O'Donnell, Jr., Med 1975, in honor of Morton F. Goldberg, M.D. After a highly successful fourteen-year tenure of providing brilliant leadership as director of the Wilmer Eye Institute and as the William Hollan Wilmer Professor of Ophthalmology, Dr. Goldberg stepped down as the Institute's fifth director in 2003. Dr. Goldberg continues to be a vital force in Wilmer's clinical, teaching, and research activities. Dr. O'Donnell completed his ophthalmology residency and plastic surgery fellowship at Johns Hopkins before becoming chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the St. Louis University School of Medicine. In 1986, Dr. O'Donnell opened a private practice, and in 1995 he helped form The Hopkins Capital Group, a venture capital group.
David Goldfarb Family Scholarship
Established in 1995 by Dr. Goldfarb, A&S 1959, Med 1963, and his wife, Joan Goldfarb, of Wilson, Wyoming. Dr. and Mrs. Goldfarb increase the fund through annual gifts.
Lillian Ruth Goldman Scholarship
Established in 1986 by a bequest from Ms. Goldman of Baltimore.
Gerald L. and Florence J. Gordon Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1998 by the estate of Florence Gordon for medical students who are specializing in the study of arthritic diseases, or for research in rheumatology. Mrs. Gordon and her husband, Gerald L. Gordon, Engr 1931, were residents of Silver Spring, Maryland.
Gorham Family Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2000 by George W. Gorham, Med 1954, of New York City, and his family to recognize the medical legacy of his father, L. Whittington Gorham, Med 1910, and his grandfather, physician George Elmer Gorham. George Gorham, a member of the Hopkins faculty in 1965, serves on the internal medicine faculty at Cornell University Medical College and is a member of the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Leonard L. Greif Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1957 by Amy Greif and her sons, Leonard L. Greif Jr. and Roger L. Greif, Med 1941, in memory of her husband. Baltimore photographer Leonard L. Greif Jr. and his wife, Ann, are prominent advocates of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Roger L. Greif is a physician at Cornell Medical College.
Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross Scholarship
Established in 2002 by the Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross Trust. Mr. and Mrs. Gross were well known for their care and compassion for others. Their tremendous wealth and generosity in the past will continue through the foundations and trusts they have set up for the future. The fund will provide students the opportunity to pursue their education at the Johns Hopkins Medical School.
Helen L. and William D. Guynn Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1991 in memory of his parents by Robert W. Guynn, Med 1967, chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston.
Richard D. Hahn Scholarship
Established in 1980 by the Israel Myers family of Baltimore in honor of their family physician, Dr. Hahn, A&S 1932, Med 1936, associate professor emeritus at Johns Hopkins, to recognize the competence and compassion with which he served his patients. The fund supports third-year students who intend to specialize in internal medicine or pediatrics.
Rowena Sidbury Hall, M.D. Scholarship for Medical Education of Women in Pediatrics
Established in 2002 by Rowena Sidbury Hall, Med 1943, of Silver Spring, Maryland. She served as a member of the faculty at the School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and as a pediatrician at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Prior to her retirement, Dr. Hall worked with the Montgomery County (MD) Public Health Department and in private practice in Wilmington, North Carolina. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to women interested in pediatrics.
Louis Hamman Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1950 by friends from the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association in memory of Dr. Hamman, Med 1901, a longtime member of the Hopkins medical faculty.
Isabella Harrison, M.D., Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 1999 by Dr. Harrison, Med 1938, of Virginia Beach, to provide scholarship support for female medical students interested in a surgical career. Now retired, she had been chief surgeon at the Veteran's Administration Medical Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Dr. Harrison is professor emerita of surgery at George Washington University.
Charles L. Hartsock Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1961 in memory of Dr. Hartsock, Med 1920, by family and friends.
Morrison Leroy Haviland Scholarship
Established in 1978 by James W. Haviland, Med 1936, of Mercer Island, Washington, and Morrison C. Haviland, of Highland Park, New Jersey, in honor of their father, Morrison L. Haviland, Med 1902, who died in 1966. James Haviland, now retired, was clinical professor of medicine and assistant dean at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle.
Dr. George and Catherine Hayes Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. Hayes, Med 1943 (November), a neurosurgeon, and his wife, in recognition of his 50th reunion. They reside in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Edward C. Held, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1996 by Helen Duryea of West Hempstead, New York, in memory of Dr. Held, Med 1926, a family practitioner for more than 60 years and longtime physician to Ms. Duryea's family.
John Helfman Scholarship
Established by a bequest from Mr. Helfman.
Margaret A. Hicks Medical Research Scholarship
Established in 1972.
Frank Norman Hillis Jr. Memorial Scholarship in Medical Education
Established in 2000 by Panamerican Consulting International Ltd. in memory of its founder, F. Norman Hillis Jr., who died in 1999. His son, F. Norman Hillis III, Engr 1956, and grandson, Stephen Hillis, were instrumental in creating this scholarship. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to students from either Florida or Maryland who plan to specialize in cardiology.
Franklin T. and Jean Hoaglund Scholarship
Established in 1994 by Franklin T. Hoaglund, Med 1956, representative for the Class of 1956, and his wife, Barbro Jean Hoaglund, of Hillsborough, California. Dr. Hoaglund is a professor and an orthopaedic surgeon at the University of California, San Francisco.
Dorothy D. Hoelzer Scholarship
Established in 2002 by the estate of Dorothy D. Hoelzer. Mrs. Hoelzer, who died in 2002, is survived by her daughter, Jacalyn Hoelzer Pierce of Hawaii.
Mary Margaret Hopkins and the James E. T. Hopkins Scholarship
Initiated in 1993 through a planned gift by James E. T. Hopkins, A&S 1937, Med 1941, and his wife, Mary Margaret Hopkins, of Baltimore. Dr. Hopkins, a retired thoracic surgeon, is a great-grand-nephew of University and Hospital founder Johns Hopkins.
Jesse W. and Emma Dieringer Hubbard Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1992 by Jesse Donald Hubbard, Med 1951, and John Stanley Hubbard, Med 1953, in memory of their parents. Jesse D. Hubbard, who lives in Indianapolis, served in the Air Force in World War II as a meteorologist and is retired from the Department of Pathology at Indiana University School of Medicine. John Hubbard, who served in the Army in World War II and was held as a German prisoner-of-war, is a retired surgeon living in Winchester, Kentucky.
George Skaife and Fredericka Louise Hughes Family Scholarship
Established in 1997 in memory of George S. and Fredericka L. Hughes and their children, Mary, Augustus, and Emily Hughes, and Margaret Hughes Beckman. This memorial scholarship was established by both William H. C. Hughes of Baltimore, son of George and Fredericka, and Gail Hughes Deets of Lawrenceville, Georgia, daughter of Augustus. Preference is given to students specializing in geriatrics.
Evelyn M. Hurlburt and Irene H. Sluckis Scholarship
Established in 1997 in memory of Dr. Hurlburt by her friends Charles O. Banks and Irene H. Sluckis of Naples, Florida. Dr. Hurlburt was a diagnostic radiologist and had served on the faculty at Hopkins' School of Public Health. She had come to Hopkins from the University of Maryland, where she earned her doctorate, to work with Henry N. Wagner Jr., A&S 1948, Med 1952, on his research.
Waddie Pennington Jackson Scholarship
Established in 1963 by Dr. Jackson, Med 1917, in memory of his wife, Bessie Gills Jackson.
Edwin Bosley and Dorothy Duncan Jarrett Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1977 by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foss Wilson in honor of their physician and friend, Edwin Bosley Jarrett, A&S 1918, Med 1922, and his wife, Dorothy D. Jarrett, of Baltimore. Dr. Jarrett, who died in 1985, served as a University trustee from 1957 to 1969 when he was named an emeritus trustee. He also was a member of the Medicine Advisory Council. Mr. Wilson, who died in 1994, was a business executive who lived in the Washington, D.C., area and served as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the Eisenhower administration.
William H. Jarrett II Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. Jarrett, Med 1958, in honor of his 35th class anniversary. Dr. Jarrett, a retina specialist from Atlanta, now retired, has served on the faculty of Emory University and is the representative for his class.
Dr. Nancy Blanche Jenison Scholarship
Established in 1963 with preference given to female medical students by a bequest from Dr. Jenison, Med 1911.
Allan D. and Claire Jensen Endowed Scholarship
Initiated in 1997 through a planned gift by Allan Jensen, A&S 1965, Med 1968, and his wife, Claire Jensen. Dr. Jensen is an associate professor at the Wilmer Eye Institute and serves as representative for the Class of 1968.
Claire S. Jensen and Allan D. Jensen, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2004 through an estate gift by Allan D. Jensen, A&S 1965, Med 1968, and his wife, Claire S. Jensen, in honor of their devotion to medicine and their lifetime affiliation with the School of Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Jensen served as an intern at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, and carried out his residency at Hopkins and at the Khalili Hospital in Shiraz, Iran. He then completed a fellowship at the Harvard Medical School before returning to Hopkins in 1973 to serve as Chief Resident at the Wilmer Eye Institute. Dr. Jensen served in the United States Air Force in Texas for two years before returning to Baltimore to open his own practice. He currently serves on the ophthalmology staff at Union Memorial Hospital and is an associate professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He held several positions with the American Academy of Ophthalmology, including that of president, and has also served in leadership roles at the Maryland Ophthalmological Society, the Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons, MedChi: The Maryland State Medical Society, MedStar Health, the Baltimore Opera Company, and the Maryland Health Care Commission. Dr. Jensen has served on the Hopkins Alumni Council, as chair of his School of Medicine 25th and 35th reunion committees, and has received the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Johns Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1985 by Richard J. Johns, Med 1948, and his wife, the late Carol J. Johns, Med 1950, of Baltimore, and Dorothy J. and Richard J. Barksdale of Riverside, California, in memory of their parents, James S. and Pearl M. Johns. Carol Johns, who died in 2000, was the representative for the Class of 1950.
Carol J. Johns, M.D., Scholarship Fund
Established in 2000 by friends and colleagues in memory of Dr. Johns, Med 1950, of Baltimore. Dr. Johns, a world-renowned expert in lung disease, was a member of the Hopkins faculty for nearly 50 years. She served as assistant dean and director of Hopkins continuing medical education from 1981 to 1993 and was representative for the Class of 1950. A University Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Dr. Johns also served on many boards and committees for the School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital during the 1970s. She was acting president of Wellesley College in 1979-1980. Her husband, Richard J. Johns, Med 1948, is Distinguished Service Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Hopkins and former chairman of that department.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Women's Board Scholarship
Established by the Women's Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association Scholarships
Established by the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association (the alumni association for all graduates of the School of Medicine and for all current and former faculty, fellows, and house staff) to provide a varying number of scholarships each year. These are named to honor the memory of distinguished, highly admired alumni or to recognize achievements of current or former faculty.
Morris Joseph Medical Residence Scholarship
Established by Dr. Joseph, Med 1915, to defray the cost of a student's room in Reed Hall.
John L. Kee Jr., M.D., Scholarship
Established by Mrs. Kee of Dallas, Texas, in memory of her husband, John L. Kee Jr., Med 1945.
Elaine G. and Dr. Thomas J. Kennedy Jr. Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. Kennedy, Med 1943 (November), and his wife, Elaine G. Kennedy, of Garrett Park, Maryland.
Dr. John T. King Jr. Scholarship
Established in 1978 by Dr. King, Med 1914, a Hopkins physician for more than six decades. He died in 1979.
Fred and Ruth Kort Young Scholar Fund
Established in 2004 by James S. Kort, Med 1977, in honor of his parents, Fred and Ruth Kort. Dr. Kort practices orthopaedics in Connecticut.
Herbert Koteen, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1993 by the family of Dr. Koteen, Med 1939, in honor of his 80th birthday. Dr. Koteen practiced in New York City and had been associate professor of internal medicine at Cornell University Medical College prior to his retirement. He now lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Milton B. Kress Scholarship
Established in 1987 by a bequest from Dr. Kress who served on the Hopkins School of Medicine faculty.
Louis F. Krumrein, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1977 by a bequest from Dr. Krumrein, A&S 1914, Med 1918, of Baltimore, a member of the Hopkins medical faculty in the 1950s.
Donald and Alice Lappe Endowed Scholarship
Initiated in 1998 through a planned gift by Donald Lappe, Med 1972, a former faculty member of the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins. He and his wife, Alice Lappe, reside in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Oliver and Elizabeth Laster Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2001 by Oliver and Elizabeth Laster of Hewlett, New York. This fund honors their children, Andrew J. Laster, A&S 1975, Med 1979; Steven B. Laster, Med 1986; and Geraldine Laster Macomber; and memorializes their parents, Alan and Caroline Laster and Dr. Bernard and Hannah Aschner. Drs. Andrew and Steven Laster served as members of The Johns Hopkins Hospital staff in the Department of Medicine.
Blanche Lee Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1997 by family and friends in memory of Blanche Lee.
Dr. Maurice Lenarsky Scholarship
Established in 1991 by Jane Lenarsky in honor of her father's 88th birthday. Maurice Lenarsky, Med 1929, was a pediatrician and professor emeritus of adolescent medicine at Saint Clare's Hospital and Health Center, and was a Navy commander in World War II. A resident of Framingham, Massachusetts, he died in 1999. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to students who have excelled in their pediatric rotation or who have expressed an interest in specializing in pediatrics.
Eleanor I. Leslie Scholarship
Established in 1973 by the estate of Dr. Leslie, Med 1924, a pediatrician whose family founded the Signode Corporation.
Warren Harmon Lewis and Margaret Reed Lewis Scholarship in Biological Science
Established in 1993 by Jessica H. Lewis, Med 1942, and her husband, Jack D. Myers, of Pittsburgh, to honor Dr. Lewis' parents, who had long and distinguished careers in the School of Medicine's Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy. Margaret Lewis, A&S 1937 (Ph.D.), of Cambridge, Massachusetts, has also contributed to this fund in honor of her parents. The scholarship assists medical students pursuing interests in marine biology, molecular biology, or related fields.
Dr. Martin Macht and Joseph Spaulding Scholarship
Established in 1984 by Ruth Spaulding to honor her physician, Martin Macht, A&S 1939, 1942 (Ph.D.), Med 1945, who lives in Cincinnati, and in memory of her son, Joseph, who was a medical student at the time of his death. Mrs. Spaulding, of Boynton Beach, Florida, died in 1997. Dr. Macht, a University trustee emeritus, served on the board from 1975 to 1989.
Cary M. Maguire Scholarship
Established in 1996 by Mr. Maguire, head of Maguire Oil Company in Dallas, Texas. Preference is given to students who have graduated from Southern Methodist University or are from Texas.
John I. Mandler, M.D., and Marilyn S. Mandler, R.N., Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2003 by Marilyn Simmons Mandler, Nurs 1956, and John I. Mandler, A&S 1952, Med 1956. After graduating from medical school, Dr. Mandler completed a surgical internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital while Mrs. Mandler served as head nurse of pediatric surgery during the early years of open heart surgery. Following internship, Dr. Mandler became a flight surgeon with the U.S. Air Force for two years of active duty, then remained in the Air Force Reserves until retiring with the rank of major. He returned to Baltimore for his residency in urology at the Johns Hopkins Brady Urological Institute, followed by two years on staff at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In 1965 he returned to his home area of Abington, Pennsylvania where he entered into private practice and began a lifelong commitment to the care of his patients. Dr. Mandler was associated with Hahneman University Hospital and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia; Abington Memorial Hospital, where he served as president of the medical staff; Holy Redeemer; and Doylestown Hospitals. He was a member of the American Medical Association, the American Urological Association, and was past president of the Philadelphia Urological Society. Taking great satisfaction from his years at the medical school and hospital, and security in the quality of preparation he had received there, he remained active in the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association and Johns Hopkins Alumni Association. Dr. Mandler died in September 2001 and is survived by his wife and three children.
Jeffrey L. Marsh, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2005 by Jeffrey L. Marsh, A&S 1967, Med 1970. After completing his clinical experience in general and in plastic surgery, Dr. Marsh was the Appoline Blair St. Louis Children's Hospital Professor of Surgery, professor of surgery in pediatrics, and professor of radiology in research at Washington University in St. Louis. He served for 25 years as chief of pediatric plastic surgery at St. Louis Children's Hospital. He established the Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Deformities Institute in 1978 and served as the institute's Medical Director. In 2003, Dr. Marsh established Kids Plastic Surgery at St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis, and became the medical director of their new cleft lip/palate and craniofacial deformities center. Dr. Marsh is currently a clinical professor of surgery at the St. Louis University School of Medicine. He has been active in international cleft care in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, and Thailand since 1991.
Rex Martin, M.D., and Ann T. Martin Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Rex Martin, Med 1950, and his wife, Ann Martin, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin's graduation.
Bessie Darling Massey Scholarship for Medical Students
Established in 1967 by the estate of Mrs. Massey who, with her husband, J. Alan Massey, owned the Hamilton Hotel in Ocean City, Maryland.
Maxwell Family Scholarship
Established in 2004 by the Maxwell family in honor of their School of Medicine graduates, and in recognition of their lifelong commitment to excellence in medicine at Johns Hopkins. Members of the Maxwell Family include R. Ryan Maxwell, Med 1977; Keith D. Maxwell, Med 1973, who died in 1982; Lynne Gerson Maxwell, Med 1973; Grace Rushing Maxwell, Ph.D.; and Micah J. Maxwell, Med 2007; as well as future generations of the Maxwell family.
Keith D. Maxwell, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1999 in memory of Keith D. Maxwell, Med 1973, by classmates in commemoration of their 25th reunion and by the Maxwell family, two of whom are also graduates of the Hopkins School of Medicine: Lynne Gerson Maxwell, Med 1973, widow of Keith Maxwell, and his brother, R. Ryan Maxwell, Med 1977.
Manfred Mayer Scholarship
Established in 1985 by colleagues, friends, and family of Dr. Mayer, who died in 1984. A professor in Hopkins' Department of Immunology, he had been honored for his research on and discoveries about the body's immune system. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to displaced persons or refugees.
John Scott McFarland Scholarship
Established in 1965 by a bequest from Dr. McFarland, Med 1902.
Robert S. McGraw Scholarship
Established in 1983 in memory of Dr. McGraw, Med 1954, by his sisters through their family foundation, and augmented by Dr. McGraw's nephew, Peter S. Cinelli of Yarmouth, Maine, through The Triton Foundation.
Dr. Victor A. McKusick Scholarship
Established in 1974 by an anonymous donor in honor of Dr. McKusick, Med 1946, who has served the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine continuously since his graduation. He is also the Class of 1946 representative.
Dr. Edwin Leonard McQuade Scholarship
Established in 1954. The late Dr. McQuade, SPH 1931 (Dr.P.H.), was an epidemiologist.
Dorothy Reed Mendenhall Scholarship
Established in 1957 to provide an annual scholarship to a deserving female medical student by members of the family of Dorothy Reed Mendenhall, Med 1900, of Madison, Wisconsin. Dorothy Mendenhall, whose research in pathology established Hodgkin's disease as a distinct disorder characterized by a specific blood cell (the Reed cell), died in 1964.
Rose Meinhardt Scholarship
Established in 1989 by the estate of Ms. Meinhardt of Tampa, Florida, for students pursuing careers in medical research.
H. Houston Merritt Scholarship
Established in 1990 by the estate of Dr. Merritt, Med 1926. Preference in the award of the scholarship is given to students from North Carolina.
Adolf Meyer Scholarship
Established by a former student of Hopkins faculty member and psychiatrist Adolf Meyer.
Mildvan Alumni Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Patricia Tarr Mildvan, Med 1959, Albert S. Mildvan, Med 1957, and Donna Mildvan, Med 1967, in honor of their devotion to medicine and their lifetime affiliation with the School of Medicine. Dr. Albert Mildvan has been a professor of Biological Chemistry at the School of Medicine since 1981. His wife, Dr. Patricia Mildvan, has served as an instructor at the Children's Center and later joined a practice in Dundalk, Maryland. Albert Mildvan's sister, Dr. Donna Mildvan, was the Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. This fund will provide assistance to medical students or M.D./Ph.D. students in good standing.
Orville and Kathryn Miller Scholarship
Established in 1965 by Kathryn Miller and her son, Orville Miller of Portland, Oregon. Preference is given to students from Oregon.
Daniel L. Moore, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. Moore, Med 1958, and his wife, Sheila Moore, in honor of his 35th class reunion. Dr. Moore is associate professor of surgery at Columbia University.
Dr. L. F. Morawetz Endowed Scholarship
Established in memory of Dr. Morawetz.
William W. More, Ph.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1994 by Thomas H. Powell, Med 1962, assistant professor emeritus in orthopaedic surgery at Johns Hopkins and representative for the Class of 1962.
M. Sandra Morse Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Ms. Morse in appreciation of the medical students with whom she worked during her 29 years as director of financial aid at the School of Medicine.
Morris J. Moskowitz, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 2000 by the estate of Morris J. Moskowitz, Med 1922. Dr. Moskowitz died in 1979.
Dr. Donald G. and Barbara Mulder Scholarship
Established in 1994 by Dr. Mulder, Med 1952, professor of thoracic surgery at UCLA Medical Center, and his wife, Barbara Mulder.
Leslie E. Myatt, M.D., and Marion D. Myatt Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2000 by the estate of Marion D. Myatt in memory of her husband, Leslie E. Myatt, Med 1921. Harland M. Davis, Mrs. Myatt's closest living relative, was instrumental in making this gift possible. Mrs. Myatt requested that recipients of this fund make a commitment to repay the University the principal sum, without interest, within a reasonable time after graduation and entering into practice.
Jesse Myers Scholarship
Established in 1971 in memory of Jesse Myers, a first-year medical student who died in an automobile accident. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to minority students.
James F. Nabwangu, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1995 by Dr. Nabwangu, A&S 1964, Med 1967, a neurosurgeon from Minot, North Dakota, to celebrate his 25th class reunion.
Edith Ellen Nell Scholarship
Established in 2005 by the estate of Edith Ellen Nell, SPH 1952 (M.S.). After receiving her Masters degree in Bacteriology from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Miss Nell served on its Microbiology faculty as well as at the School of Medicine until her retirement in 1989. She served as a volunteer at Paul's Place Outreach Center in Baltimore, and was a member of the Baltimore Chapter of the Wilson College Alumni Club, the West River Sailing Club, and the Johns Hopkins Club of Baltimore. She was an avid sailor, a gardener, and an accomplished pianist. Preference in awarding this scholarship is given to physically handicapped students.
Russell A. Nelson Scholarship
Established in 2002 by Russell A. Nelson, Med 1937, and his wife, Ruth J. Nelson, Nurs 1937, through the Russell A. and Ruth J. Nelson Trust and the Ruth J. Nelson Trust. Dr. Nelson served as a Hospital Trustee, a faculty member at the School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and as president of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Nelson both died in 2001. Dr. Nelson became director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1952, executive vice-president in 1958, and president in 1963, a position he held until his retirement in 1973. Throughout his 34-year career at Hopkins, Dr. Nelson was an innovator in the field of health care delivery. He served as a consultant on the design and operation of the medical complex at the Free University of Berlin and on the planning and development of the Leiden Hospital in the Netherlands. In 1965, during the height of the Cold War, Dr. Nelson was appointed to a five-person U.S. delegation that studied hospital services in the Soviet Union. Closer to home, Dr. Nelson chaired the Board of Commissioners of the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Hospitals from 1961 to 1962; from 1959 to 1960, was president of the American Hospital Association; and a decade later, chaired the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges. In addition to many other awards, Dr. Nelson received the Distinguished Service Medal and the Johns Hopkins University Heritage Award.
Robert Ney Scholarship
Established in 1986 by friends and colleagues in memory of Dr. Ney, chairman of the division of endocrinology and metabolism at Johns Hopkins.
John L. O'Day, M.D. Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2004 by Steven J. O'Day, Med 1988, and Carol Ann O'Day in honor of Dr. O'Day's father, John L. O'Day. Dr. O'Day treats patients afflicted with cancer and develops novel clinical research programs in an effort to improve survival and quality of life.
Peter D. Olch, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1995 by Oliver N. Massengale, Med 1955, in memory of Dr. Olch, Med 1955, who trained as a surgeon and pathologist and became the deputy director of the medical history division of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health. Upon retirement from the National Library, Dr. Olch was an adjunct associate professor in medical history at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Dr. Massengale is in private practice in Portland, Oregon, and has been a regional interviewer for the Hopkins School of Medicine Admission Committee since 1974.
Dr. E. Paul O'Sullivan Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. O'Sullivan, Med 1943, who died that year, in honor of his 50th class reunion. He was a surgeon and director of medical education at Orange Memorial Hospital in New Jersey, and also operated a clinic in Newark to help those in need.
Sheila Sutland Pakula and Lawrence Charles Pakula, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Mrs. Pakula and her husband, Lawrence C. Pakula, who is associate professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins.
Emanuel and Patricia M. Papper Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Dr. Emanuel Papper, who was Dean Emeritus and Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Papper earned his medical degree from New York University, served in the Army Medical Corps, and eventually became chief of anesthesiology at Walter Reed Hospital. He went on to become the head of anesthesiology at Columbia University and Presbyterian Hospital in New York. He was the co-founder and first president of the Association of University Anesthetists, first president of the Anesthesiology Section of the New York Academy of Medicine, and served as president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the New York Society of Anesthesiologists, and the World Federation of nesthesiologists. He also served as director of the Anesta Corporation, and was a member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Board of Visitors until his death in 2002. Dr. Papper, who initiated this scholarship in 1999 through a planned gift, is survived by his wife, Patricia.
Parents Fund for Medical Students
Established in 1990 by parents of medical students with financial need.
Edwards A. Park Scholarship
Established in 1957 by friends, former students, and colleagues on the 80th birthday of Dr. Park, director of pediatrics at Hopkins from 1927 to 1946 and a noted researcher in bone pathology.
Gertrude Wills Parker and Edward Milton Parker Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1996 by Ronald E. Parker, Med 1958, in honor of his parents and in recognition of his 35th reunion. Retired after a career in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Parker lives in North Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Dr. John W. and Isabella Hunner Parsons Scholarship Fund
Established in 1969 by Mrs. Roger G. Walker in memory of her parents. John Parsons, Med 1930, was an internist, allergist, and member of the School of Medicine faculty. Mrs. Parsons was a portrait painter whose work hangs in the Hospital and the University.
Samuel H. Payne Scholarship
Established by Mosby H. Payne with preference for students from Virginia.
Willis C. Penney Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1986 in Mr. Penney's memory by his wife, the late Della N. Penney, and their daughter, Susan E. Penney, of Duquesne, Pennsylvania.
Virginia Romberger Reber Pettijohn Scholarship
Established in 1995 by the estate of Mrs. Pettijohn, an engineering draftsman and technical illustrator. Her husband, Francis J. Pettijohn, a renowned geologist at Hopkins, died in 1999.
Giacomo and Jan Pirzio-Biroli Scholarship
Established in 2002 by the estate of Giacomo Pirzio-Biroli, Med 1951, and his wife, Jan M. Pirzio-Biroli, of Mercer Island, Washington. Prior to his death Dr. Pirzio-Biroli often expressed his gratitude for the medical education he received after World War II at Hopkins, where he completed his internship. This fund will assist future generations of medical students to experience similarly enlightened medical education in the tradition of Johns Hopkins.
Virgil A. Place, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1994 by Dr. Place, Med 1948, an internist and endocrinologist from Kawaihee, Hawaii, who has spent his medical career in pharmaceutical research. Dr. Place directed medical research programs for the ALZA Corporation; is the founder, chairman of the board, and chief scientific officer of VIVUS, Inc.; and has recently started ZZVAX, a company focused on new hormone delivery systems.
Gregory L. Plock Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 1993 in memory of Gregory L. Plock, Med 1987, by the Plock family and members of the class of 1987. Prior to his death in 1993, Dr. Plock was a neurologist at the University of Pennsylvania. James R. Barrett, Med 1987, of Oklahoma, currently serves as class representative.
Warner M. and Lora Kays Pomerene Scholarship
Established in 1975 by Ohio attorney Warner Pomerene and his wife, Lorna K. Pomerene. Preference is given to students who plan to become general practitioners.
Kathleen Mackay Powell Memorial Scholarship
Created to assist and benefit students in the field of medical illustration in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, in memory of Kathleen Mackay Powell who studied in the department from 1930 to 1931 under Max Broedel.
Jeanette B. and Loring W. Pratt Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Dr. Pratt, Med 1943 (November), and his wife, Jeanette Pratt, on the occasion of his 50th reunion. The Pratts live in Fairfield, Maine, where Dr. Pratt is retired after a career as a surgeon specializing in otolaryngology.
Radiology Fund for Medical Students Scholarship
Established in 1984 by the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science. The fund receives ongoing support from the department.
Harry A. Raider Scholarship
Established in 1979 by the estate of Harry Raider of Baltimore.
Rita Meena Raju Memorial Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 1999 by Dr. and Mrs. Pal P. Raju, of North Chelmsford, Massachusetts, in memory of their daughter, who was a second-year medical student at the time of her death in 1995. Support has also come from the Raju family, friends, and members of the Class of 1997. The fund supports medical students who exemplify Rita Raju's extraordinary accomplishments in community service, women's and children's health, alleviation of suffering among disadvantaged populations, and international health care.
Established in 1961 by an anonymous alumnus.
Rosemarie Hope Reid, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1994 by family, friends, and former classmates in memory of Dr. Reid, Med 1992, who had served as a pediatric intern at the Wright Patterson Hospital in Dayton, Ohio.
Ferdinand O. Reinhard Medical Scholarship
Established in 1951 by a bequest from Dr. Reinhard, Med 1914, SPH 1923.
Herbert Remmer Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1986 by Hilda Remmer of Ambridge, Pennsylvania, in memory of her brother.
Dr. Maurice L. Richardson Scholarship
Established by a bequest from Dr. Richardson, Med 1913.
C. Alvin Riebling Scholarship
Created in 1999 by Jean Riebling Sherman, Med 1945, of Rochester, New York, in memory of her father, Alvin Sherman, of Baltimore. Dr. Sherman specialized in gynecology and practiced in neighborhood and student health centers, as well as hospital clinics.
William F. Rienhoff Jr., M.D., Scholars Program
Established in 1997 by Francis C. and Anne Rienhoff in memory of his father, William F. Rienhoff Jr., Med 1919, who was the last surgical resident of famed Hopkins surgeon William Halsted. Dr. Rienhoff gained international recognition as a gifted professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins, where he developed several innovative surgical techniques. The fund provides scholarships for medical students, as well as teaching or research fellowships for house staff and faculty, with preference for those interested in surgery.
Bissell Robbins Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1996 by Charlotte L. R. Stodden, Med 1950, in memory of her mother. Dr. Stodden, who lives in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, spent her career in the pharmaceutical industry, retiring as a director of Merck & Company.
Louis M. Rosenfeld Scholarship
Established in 1990 for Maryland residents by the estate of Madalyn Schwentker Rosenfeld, Nurs 1930, in memory of her husband, Louis M. Rosenfeld; father-in-law, Jesse Rosenfeld; mother-in-law, Carolyn Rosenfeld; and sister-in-law, Carolyn Rosenfeld.
Stephen J. Ryan, M.D. Scholarship Fund
Established in 2001 by Stephen J. Ryan Jr., Med 1965, and the W. M. Keck Foundation to commemorate his 35th reunion. Dr. Ryan, of San Marino, California, is the senior vice president for medical care and the dean of the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. He is the founding and current president of the National Alliance for Eye and Vision Research, the president of the Doheny Eye Institute, and is a member of the Institute of Medicine at the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Ryan served on the faculty and staff at Johns Hopkins after completing his residency at the Wilmer Eye Institute. He was a member of the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine. He has served as president of the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology and The Macula Society; and has served on the Study Section and on the NIH National Advisory Eye Council (NAEC). His numerous awards include the Louis B. Mayer Scholar Award from Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; the Johns Hopkins University Society of Scholars; the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Senior Honor Award; and the Fight for Sight/Mildred Weisenfeld Lifetime Research Achievement Award. Dr. Ryan has authored over 250 publications. This scholarship supports students planning to enter the field of ophthalmology, with preference given to those accepted into the Wilmer residency program.
Florence Rena Sabin Scholarship
Established in 1959 for female medical students by the Johns Hopkins Women's Medical Alumnae Association in memory of Dr. Sabin, Med 1900, who was the first woman professor at Hopkins, the first woman president of the American Association of Anatomists, and the first woman elected to the National Academy of Sciences, in 1925. She was an authority on blood cells and the body's defenses against infection.
Arun B. Sapre, M.D., Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1995 by Tonya T. Sapre, family members, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. Sapre, a Baltimore-area neurosurgeon.
W. B. Saunders Company Scholarship in Art as Applied to Medicine
Established in 1964 in honor of Lawrence Saunders upon his retirement after 50 years of distinguished leadership in medical publishing.
Michael F. Saviano Scholarship
Established in 2004 by the estate of Michael F. Saviano. After serving as a captain in the United States Air Force Medical Corps, Dr. Saviano completed his otolaryngology training at Hopkins and then started his own practice in San Francisco in 1967.
Morris Schapiro Scholarship
Established in 1954 by the Morris Schapiro and Family Foundation of Baltimore in honor of Mr. Schapiro's 70th birthday.
Robert, M.D. and Ann Reath Schapiro Scholarship Fund for Medical Education
Established in 2004 by Robert H. Schapiro, Med 1958, and his wife, Ann Reath Schapiro. Dr. Schapiro holds a unique place of honor at the School of Medicine, thanks to a tradition he started while still a medical student. He is the creator of the FYBIGMI button, which is distributed at the Match Day festivities for all 4th year medical students as part of this annual rite of passage. He served on the American Board of Internal Medicine and the New England Endoscopy Society. Dr. Schapiro spent his entire professional career at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston where he eventually became the Chief of gastrointestinal endoscopy. Mrs. Schapiro attended the School of Medicine and helped raised the three Schapiro children.
Oscar B. Schier Fund for Medical Student Aid
Established in 1981 by the estate of Ida F. Schier in memory of her brother Oscar Schier, who came with their brother Carl in the late 1800s to Baltimore, where the two established the Schier Hygea Dairy. Oscar Schier, a national authority on milk handling and the first in Baltimore to pasteurize and bottle milk, worked with the city's health commissioner to develop standards requiring all dairies to pasteurize milk. Ida Schier, a nurse, emigrated from Germany to New York, later settling in Baltimore, where she worked for a radiologist.
Ottilie Schillig Scholarship
Established in 1982 by the estate of Ms. Schillig.
Leon Schlossberg Scholarship Fund
Established in 2004 by friends and colleagues of Leon Schlossberg, who was an associate professor in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine at the School of Medicine. He was also known internationally as a medical illustrator. His most famous work, The Johns Hopkins Atlas of Human Functional Anatomy, is an all-time best seller for the Johns Hopkins University Press and has been translated into over 10 languages. Mr. Schlossberg was a charter member of the Association of Medical Illustrators and, in 1991, received its highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award. In 1998, he was made an honorary doctor of humane letters at Johns Hopkins. Mr. Schlossberg died in 1999 and is survived by his wife, Jean, and their two children, Dr. Richard Schlossberg and Mrs. Linda Rothleder. This fund will support a student in the Graduate Program in Medicine and Biological Illustration.
Elizabeth Schmiedicke Schiebel Scholarship in Medical Education
Initiated in 1991 through a planned gift by H. Max Schiebel, A&S 1929, Med 1933, in honor of his mother, who came to Baltimore from Berlin, Germany, at the age of six. Further funding for this scholarship was added in 1997 with a second planned gift from Dr. Schiebel, who is the representative for the Class of 1933 and professor emeritus of surgery at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
School of Medicine Alumni Scholarship
Established by graduates of the School.
School of Medicine Scholarship
Established by the University's Board of Trustees.
Henry M. Seidel, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1991 with gifts from the Class of 1984 and endowed by gifts from the Classes of 1978 through 1990 in honor of professor emeritus of pediatrics Henry Seidel, Med 1946, for his service to medical students as associate dean for student affairs.
Ezra S. Shaya Scholarship
Established in 1989 by Dr. Shaya, Med 1954, a surgeon and family practitioner in Warren, Michigan, who has served on the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Dr. Bernard E. Simon and Bitten H. Simon, R.N., Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by the estate of Dr. Simon, Med 1937, a renowned plastic surgeon whose work with the "Hiroshima Maidens" after World War II won him international acclaim. He served as Class of 1937 representative for many years.
J. Morris Slemons Scholarship
Established by a bequest from Anne G. Slemons of Pasadena, California, in honor of Morris Slemons, Med 1901, a member of the obstetrics faculty for 10 years.
Herbert Sloan, M.D., and Doris Edwards Sloan Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2003 by Herbert E. Sloan Jr., Med 1940. Dr. Sloan is Professor Emeritus of Surgery at the University of Michigan Medical School. He completed a war-shortened residency in surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. After three years in the Armed Services, he completed a residency in thoracic surgery at the University of Michigan where he became head of the Section of Thoracic Surgery. He was elected president of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery and of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons. Dr. Sloan also served as editor of the Annals of Thoracic Surgery and as secretary of the American Board of Thoracic Surgery. His wife, Doris Edwards Sloan, Nurs 1940, was the top graduate of her class and a lifelong supporter of Johns Hopkins. After raising a family of five children she turned to her love of art, and helped establish the first docent program at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. By the time of her death in 1989, Mrs. Sloan had acquired an important art collection.
Elizabeth A. Small, M.D., Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Dr. Small, Med 1977, who completed her residency in dermatology at Hopkins, is now in private practice, and serves as clinical associate professor at the Southern Illinois School of Medicine. The scholarship supports female students interested in a career in dermatology.
Wladimir Solowiej, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1980 by the estate of Dr. Solowiej. This fund provides two scholarships, one in his name and one in the name of his sister, Augenia Zebrowska. Dr. Solowiej was an otolaryngologist who left Poland in World War II and practiced in Vienna and London before coming to Baltimore.
Alberta Speaks Scholarship
Established in 1986 by a bequest from Miss Speaks of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who left her life savings to Johns Hopkins.
Lisa Maria Sprague Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Arthur Y. Sprague, Med 1960, and Roberta A. Sprague of Honolulu, Hawaii, in memory of their daughter. The fund supports medical students and may provide for medical expenses for catastrophic illnesses of children of medical students.
Paul Luther Stine Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1996 by the estate of Mildred C. Stine of Hagerstown, Maryland, in memory of her brother. Preference is given to a graduate of Brunswick (Maryland) High School, residents of Frederick County, or residents of Maryland.
Barry S. Strauch, M.D., and Evelyn M. Strauch Scholarship Fund
Established in 2001 by Barry S. Strauch, A&S 1962, Med 1965, and his wife, Evelyn Strauch, to commemorate his 35th reunion. Their gift reflects the couple's devotion to medical excellence and their lifelong affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Strauch is a physician with Washington Nephrology Associates. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Vapotherm, Inc., and on the National Council for Johns Hopkins Medicine. Formerly he was chairman of Washington Nephrology Associates, one of the two largest groups of nephrologists in the United States, and chairman of the Nephrology Section at INOVA Fairfax Hospital. Mrs. Strauch serves on the Board of Trustees for the INOVA Health System Foundation.
Josephine S. Sutland Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 1998 in honor of Mrs. Sutland by physician Lawrence C. Pakula and Sheila S. Pakula, her son-in-law and daughter.
Awarded annually since 1997 with funding from the J. T. Tai and Company Foundation of New York.
Joseph J. and Mary Richeson Takacs Trust
Established in 1997 following the death of Judge Joseph Takacs of Jamesburgh, New Jersey, in memory of his wife, Mary R. Takacs, Nurs 1922. The trust, managed by colleagues of Judge Takacs in Ohio, allocates funds each year for scholarships for outstanding nursing or medicine students from Ohio or New Jersey.
Helen B. Taussig Scholarship
Established in 1986 by Dr. Taussig, Med 1927, who died that year. The pediatric cardiologist at Hopkins who helped develop the surgery for "blue babies," she later fought to block the use of thalidomide in the U.S. and received the Medal of Freedom.
Owsei Temkin Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Barbara P. Wasserman, Med 1968, and her husband, Martin P. Wasserman, Med 1968, in honor of Dr. Temkin, their former teacher and mentor, and in honor of their 25th reunion. Dr. Temkin is the William H. Welch Professor Emeritus of the History of Medicine. Preference is given to students with a special interest in the humanities.
Vander Salm Family Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Thomas J. Vander Salm, Med 1966, in honor of his devotion to medical excellence and his lifetime affiliation with The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Vander Salm served as a resident in the Department of Surgery. More recently, he served on his Class of 1966's 35th anniversary reunion committee. Dr. Vander Salm served as the Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and is currently the Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital's Northshore Medical Center.
Roger L. von Heimburg, M.D., and Mary J. von Heimburg Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 1999 by Roger L. von Heimburg, A&S 1952, Med 1955, and his wife, Mary J. von Heimburg, of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Retired as a surgeon in private practice in Green Bay, Roger von Heimburg died in September 1999. Mrs. von Heimburg served for several years as a staff member in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to medical students from the Midwest.
William D., M.D., and Selma S. Voorhees Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 2000 by Selma S. Voorhees in memory of her husband, William D. Voorhees Jr., Med 1945, who died in 1987. Prior to his death, Dr. Voorhees was a psychiatrist in Tacoma, Washington.
Elmer Wakefield, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1998 through the estate of Elmer G. Wakefield, Med 1925.
Dr. Arthur Nathan Wang Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1988 for students pursuing a career in clinical neurosurgery by the family and friends of Dr. Wang, Med 1982, of New York. His promising career as a neurosurgeon was ended by a fatal accident. Preference is given to a student pursuing a career in clinical neurosurgery.
James Johnston Waring Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1962 by Ruth Porter Waring of Denver, Colorado, in memory of her husband.
Frederick and Gladys C. Warring Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1996 by the estate of Gladys Warring of Southburg, Connecticut, in memory of her husband, Frederick Warring Jr., A&S 1930, Med 1935.
Established in 1994 by James Watt, Med 1935, SPH 1936 (Dr.P.H.), and Myron Wegman, SPH 1938 (M.P.H.), to support students seeking degrees in both medicine and public health. Dr. Watt of Norfolk, Virginia, who died in 1995, was the first of four generations of Watt/Hansell family members to combine medical studies with training in public health at Hopkins. One of the original diplomates of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Watt inspired family and friends, including Dr. Wegman, to help create the endowment. Dr. Wegman, now retired, is dean emeritus of the University of Michigan School of Public Health in Ann Arbor.
David R. Weakley, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1993 by the late Dr. Weakley, Med 1957, in honor of his 35th reunion. A dermatologist and surgeon whose special emphasis was cosmetic surgery, Dr. Weakley was a professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. He died in 1995.
Drs. A. Peter and Yvonne Weiss Scholarship Fund for Medical Education
Established in 2003 by Yvonne Weiss, and A. Peter Weiss, A&S 1982, Med 1985 to provide financial assistance to medical students. After graduation, Dr. A. Peter Weiss did residencies and post-graduate fellowships in the Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He also served on his Class of 1985's 15th anniversary reunion committee and acts as his class representative. He is currently Professor of Orthopaedics at Brown University. Dr. Yvonne Weiss was a resident and post-graduate fellow in the Department of Pediatrics.
Margaret Morris Weiss, M.D., and Robert A. Weiss, M.D., Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2003 by Margaret Morris Weiss and Robert A. Weiss, both Med 1978, in honor of their devotion to medicine and their lifetime affiliation with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Drs. Weiss served as postdoctoral fellows in the Department of Dermatology, began a private practice in dermatology in 1980, and are faculty members in the Department of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Dalton M., M.D., and Mary Brinham Welty Scholarship for Medical Education
Established in 1999 by Mary Brinham Welty of Williamsport, Maryland, in memory of her husband. Dalton M. Welty, Med 1939, practiced internal medicine and was an Osler resident. The scholarship also honors the memory of her father, physician Alfred William Brinham.
Scholarship in Memory of Dr. James H. Whitcraft
An anonymous donor supports this scholarship which was established in memory of Dr. Whitcraft, Med 1910.
Frances Turner White Scholarship
Established in 1980 by the estate of Mrs. White, a teacher from Baltimore.
Robert T. White, M.D. Scholarship
Established in 2004 by Robert T. White, A&S 1947, Med 1952, via the Greater Alliance Foundation, Inc. Dr. White completed his obstetrical residency and gynecological training at Hopkins before serving as the acting head of the Obstetrics and Gynecological Department at the University of Colorado Medical Center. In 1958 he opened his private practice in Alliance, Ohio, from which he retired in 1990.
Dr. Raymond Wing Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1981 by Mrs. Wing in memory of her husband. Dr. Wing, Med 1927, served Easton, Pennsylvania, as an internist for 42 years.
Winslow Foundation Scholarship
Established in 1974 by the W. R. Winslow Residuary Trust and the W. R. Winslow Trust, with preference given to students from Maryland, the District of Columbia, or North Carolina.
Charles Marion Wolfe Scholarship
Established in 1997 through the estate of Doris L. Wolfe of Orlando, Florida, in memory of her husband.
Ruth P. Young and Joseph M. Young, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2004 by Joseph M. Young, Med 1945. After receiving his degree from Hopkins, Dr. Young completed his postdoctoral studies in surgery. He made his career at the Army Veteran's Administration Hospital in Memphis where he served as Chief of Laboratory Services and as a clinical professor of pathology at the University of Tennessee at Memphis until his retirement in 1986.
Evers P. and Adeline E. Zepp Scholarship
Established by a bequest from Mrs. Zepp.
Harold E. C. Zheutlin, M.D., Scholarship
Established in 1998 by family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. Zheutlin, A&S 1938, Med 1942, assistant professor of dermatology at Johns Hopkins.
Lionel J. Zheutlin, M.D., Scholarship
Established by Dr. Zheutlin, A&S 1944, Med 1947, just prior to his death in 1997. A distinguished and beloved pediatrician in Bergen County, New Jersey, he was known for his compassionate, attentive medical care. This fund was created with the assistance of Dr. Zheutlin's two sons, Michael and Peter.