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Celebration for Dr. Pete Miller's Promotion to Professor, January 2013

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The reception for Dr. Miller is held in the former West Reading 
Room of the historic Welch Medical Library, presided  over by
  a portrait of Medical School patron Mary Elizabeth Garrett.
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       Guests find a buffet of appetizers and beverages on their arrival.
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Dr. Miller chats with mother and daughter scientists Kit and Christine Carson.
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The Chairman of the Department of Medicine,
    Dr. Myron Weisfeldt, greets Dr. Miller's mother.    

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Dr. Miller gets a congratulatory hug from Welch Center
associate faculty member Jeanne Charleston.
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Dr. Miller's mother chats with his Welch Center and General Internal
Medicine colleagues, Dr. Hunter Young and Dr. Larry Appel.
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Chair of Medicine Dr. Myron Weisfeldt delivers a short talk in Dr. Miller's honor.
Director of the Welch Center, Dr. Larry Appel, has a few words to say that
elicit laughs from GIM Associate Director Dr. Fred Brancati and Dr. Miller.

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 Dr. Appel prepares to present Dr. Miller with a very special gift . . .
. . . a necktie in the shape of a fish!
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 Thanks and praise from one of Dr. Miller's trainees, Dr. Stephen Juraschek.
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Long-time GIM colleague Dr. Eric Bass offers his congratulations
as several of the GIM financial analysts listen.
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A round of applause for Dr. Miller's family.
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Chair of Medicine Dr. Myron Weisfeldt, Dr. Pete Miller, GIM Associate Director Dr. Fred Brancati and Welch Center Director Dr. Larry Appel, composed in 
a striking resemblance to the John Singer Sargeant portrait below!

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Dr. Miller with Dr. Larry Appel, below the portrait of the four  
physician founders of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

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Dr. Miller introduces his mother to Welch Center colleague Dr. Deidra Crews.
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Dr. Miller and his proud wife.
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Dr. Miller's son, mother, Dr. Miller, his wife, father and daughter.
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Ceiling detail in the Welch Medical Library: Looking up offers an inspiring view!