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Outstanding Alumni Honored at Reunion Gala
At the P&S Alumni Gala Reception, outstanding members of the alumni community were recognized for contributions in medical research, clinical medicine, and support of the Alumni Association.
Ryan England, '17 - Gold Medalist
Daniel Von Hoff, '73 - Gold Medalist
Kenneth A. Forde, '59 - Presenter
Kathie-Ann Joseph, '95 - President of the Alumni Association
George M. Lazarus, '71 - Gold Medalist
Suzanne Oparil, '65 - Gold Medalist
Dean Lee Goldman
Yvonne S. Thornton, '73 - Virginia Kneeland Frantz '22 Awardee
A Family of P&S Alumni
A family with four generations of P&S alumni gather to march at graduation. Pictured left to right are: Joshua Rosenthal'17 with his parents Margaret Fisher'83 and Jonathan Rosenthal’83, and his grandfather George Fisher’48. Joshua's grandmother Mary Stuart Blakely Fisher'48 (wife of George) and great-grandfather Stuart Banyar Blakely (class of 1908) are deceased and also P&S graduates.
P&S Alumni March at Graduation
P&S 250 at Yankee Stadium
On April 28, P&S celebrated its 250th anniversary with the New York Yankees during a nail-biting game against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. P&S was recognized in honor of its 250th anniversary with an on-field ceremony before the game. These images were highlighted as the "Photo of the Week" by CU168. See more photos.
P&S Leaders at Yankee Stadium
The College of Physicians & Surgeons partnered with the New York Yankees for a special evening on April 28 at Yankee Stadium. In a special on-field ceremony, the Yankees recognized the school's leaders and partners, including Dean Goldman, Dr. and Mrs. Roy Vagelos, Len Tow, PhD, and Phyllis Mailman. See more photos.
Precision Medicine Forum
The Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) community enjoyed a lively panel discussion at the #ColumbiaPS250 Precision Medicine Forum on April 26. Faculty panelists shared their insights on "Harnessing the Power of the Genome to Meet Medicine's Greatest Challenges." Pictured left to right are Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, PhD, Ali Gharavi, MD, David Goldstein, PhD, Wendy Chung, MD, PhD, Dinakar Singh, Tom Maniatis, PhD, and journalist Max Gomez, PhD (the moderator).