Current Mailing Address
Present Activity Status: Retired
Tell us about your community activities:
Past President D.C. Medical Society
Past chairman Metropolitan Washington Polio Vacc. Program
Past President Bradley Blvd Citizen Association
Past chair exec/committee- Washington Reforming Arts Society
Past President Washington Academy of Medicine
Family Status: Married
What path has your career taken since your residency? Include military service, private practice, academic career, teaching and research accomplishments.
Assistant Surgeon Us Public Health Service NIH
í53-í55. Private Practice since 1955 in
We are interested in anecdotes and experiences from your residency years. Include interactions among fellow residents and teaching staff.
Most unusual experiences were working thru the polio epidemic in the early 50ís. Residency form 1950-53. The teaching passion of Abe Baker, Harold Noran, Royal Gray, and Zon Miller was remarkable.
Looking back, would you do it again? What would you change?
Share your thoughts regarding the changes in medicine since your residency. In your opinion, is Neurology positioned well for the future?
Yes neurology is well positioned for the future
1. High tech diagnostics
2. Potential for testing genetic disorder
3. Malpractice crises
4. Marked decline in use of hospital
5. Marked increase in educational programs
Review of articles and publications
Emphasis on practice methods
6. Increase in lobbying: efforts on behalf of neurology