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Faculty, Fellows and House Staff
Date: May 20, 2011
John Hsu (HS, fellow, orthopaedic surgery, 1964-71), of Downey, Calif., is the 2010 recipient of the Weinstein-Goldenson Medical Science Award from the Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation. Hsu, emeritus clinical professor of orthopaedics at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, was honored for outstanding medical research that has enhanced the lives of people with cerebral palsy and neuromuscular disorders, as well as their families.
Peter Dorsen (fellow, medicine, 1972-74), of St. Paul, Minn., is a medical columnist for Peasant Remedies, an online alternative magazine, and a lecturer in Western medicine at the Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Roseville, Minn.
Stuart Fine (fellow, ophthalmology, 1972-73; faculty, ophthalmology, emergency medicine, 1973-94), of Carbondale, Colo., retired as professor and chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and director of the Scheie Eye Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. Fine now serves as professor of clinical ophthalmology at the University of Colorado. This spring, he received the University of Maryland’s Medical Alumni Association Honor Award and Gold Key for “outstanding contributions to medicine and distinguished service to mankind.”
Gordon Klein (fellow, pediatrics, 1976-78), of Dickinson, Texas, has been elected a Fellow of the American Gastroenterological Association. He is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Scott and White Healthcare, clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, and on the medical staff at Shriners Burns Hospital, also in Galveston.
James Coplan (fellow, pediatrics, 1977-79), of Bryn Mawr, Pa., an expert on early child development, has published Making Sense of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Random House, 2010).
Domenic Coletta, Jr. (HS, emergency medicine, 1983-85), of Marmora, N.J., a boxing ringside physician since 1988, has been inducted into the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame.
Jeremy Berg (fellow, biophysics, 1984-86; faculty, biophysics, 1986-2003), of Lutherville, Md., director of the NIH’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences, announced that he will step down at the end of June to become the next associate senior vice chancellor for science strategy and planning in the health sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. He will also be a faculty member in the Department of Computational and Systems Biology at its school of medicine.
Daniel Pauly (HS, internal medicine, 1990-93; fellow, cardiology, 1993-97), of Newberry, Fla., has been elected president of the Alachua County Medical Society. The organization was founded in 1880, and Pauly, associate professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine, is its 80th president.
Linda Guydon (fellow, allergy and immunology, 1992-94), of Duluth, Ga., was chosen by her peers as one of Atlanta’s “Top Docs” in allergy/immunology.
Stuart Varon (faculty, psychiatry, 1994-present), of Baltimore, was named a “Top Doctor” in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry by Baltimore Magazine in 2010, based on votes by his peers. He has a private practice in Lutherville, Md.
David Goldenberg (fellow, otolaryngology, 2002-05), of Hershey, Pa., and Bradley Goldstein (HS, surgery, 1999-2000; HS and faculty, otolaryngology, 2000-05) of Bar Harbor, Maine, published the Handbook of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, a comprehensive source of information and a conveniently portable clinical reference (Thieme Medical Publishers, 2011).
Ivan Mikolaenko (fellow, neurology, 2002-04), of Long Beach, N.Y., joined Neurological Surgery, P.C., adding his expertise of neurocritical care to one of the largest and most highly specialized private practices in the greater New York area.