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Stephen Sullivan ’67 still practices ophthalmology, is married, and has four sons and four grandchildren.


Naomi Das Neufeld ’69 MMS’71, P’99, ’03 is in private practice in Los Angeles, specializing in pediatric endocrinology. She is on the attending staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she formerly served as the director of Pediatric Endocrinology. In 2006 Naomi was a finalist for U.S. Surgeon General. KidShape, the pediatric weight management program she established in 1986, has grown to more than 40 sites nationally and she has published two related books, KidShape: A Practical Prescription for Raising Healthy, Fit Kids and KidShape Cafe: Over 150 Kid-tested Recipes. KidShape has been featured on The Today Show, Oprah, and in Time and Newsweek. Naomi has two daughters, Pamela Collingwood ’99, who is an attorney and works at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and Katherine Neufeld ’03, who lives in New York City and works for a hedge fund.

Robin Winkler Doroshow is chief of the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Georgetown University Medical Center and a pediatric cardiologist at Children’s National Medical Center. She moved to Washington, DC, from LA in 2003 and has since received her MEd at George Washington University. Robin’s daughter Deborah Blythe Doroshow is studying for her MD at Harvard and her PhD at Yale.


Stephen M. Sagar ’68 became a clinical researcher at Lundbeck Inc. in Deerfield, IL, after a career in academic neurology. He says that his marriage to Susan Semonoff, Pembroke ’68, “has been an even greater adventure than


Glenn Mitchell ’67 ScM’69 has been named chief medical officer at the Sisters of Mercy Health System in St. Louis after helping set up a patient safety center. Glenn writes: “I hope to take an active role in revamping our nation’s health care system.”

Valerie Parisi ’72 is the vice dean of medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Birmingham, MI, and is currently acting as the dean of medicine during the Dean’s leave of absence.
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