3 QUESTIONS for Raj Thakrar Class of 2016 medical student and member of the University of Vermont Board of Trustees Secondyear medical student Raj Thakrar came to the College of Medicine after earning
Endowments Market Value as of June 2013 2013 Department Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69,862,436 Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making Scientists st for the 21 Century As the nature of scientific inquiry has become more interdisciplinary, and the range of job expectations for new scientists has radically changed, UVM has resha
says Benjamin Littenberg, M.D., Henry and Carleen Tufo Professor of Medicine and Professor of Nursing. In the mid2000s, Littenberg found himself tapped to help transform this loose network into an aca
FOR MORE THAN THREE DECADES, FRANK ITTLEMAN, M.D., HAS OFFERED THE GIFT OF COMPASSION AND SURGICAL SKILLS TO HIS PATIENTS. AND THEY IN TURN HAVE GIVEN HIM SOMETHING JUST AS VALUABLE. Professor of Surg
Hes smart, and hes humble, says John Rao, a Burlington restaurateur who underwent a triple bypass at Ittlemans hands nearly a decade ago. He was surprised to find that Ittleman was just a regular guy.
Do I deserve my name being on this gift, Ittleman decided to put it into a professorship, with an eye toward perpetuity. In October the surgery faculty contributed another 1 million toward the ultimat
THE GIFT TFIG EHT TFIG EHT I SHOULD HAVE DIED THAT DAY, as difficult as it is for me, even now, to recall that bleak prospect. It was late August of last year. The morning began innocuously enough, co
A BANNER YEAR On behalf of the College of Medicine and University of Vermont, thank you for a tremendous year of giving and of creating transformational impact Fiscal Year 2013 culminated in the third
The Gift of Teamwork Class of 2013 Funds Wilderness Training When the College of Medicine Class of 2017 headed out into the woods on the second day of orientation for an afternoon of team building and
Ira Allen Society The Ira Allen Society recognizes UVMs most loyal donors by acknowledging individuals whose cumulative lifetime gifts and commitments to UVM reach or exceed 100,000, with special reco
Vermont Cancer Center Donors The College of Medicine and the Vermont Cancer Center are grateful to the following donors of 100 or more who made contributions to support cancer research and education p
Patrick Michael Catalano Emanuele Q. Chiappinelli Eugene Louis Curletti Thomas Edward Duff, Jr. Allen Edmund Fongemie James Gerard Gallagher Stephen John Haines Alan Howard Kanter Douglas Norman Klauc
Martha Field McCarty David Kenneth Murdock Diane C. Rippa David Lucien Roy Priscilla Shube Mark J. Stenclik Scott W. Treworgy MG George W. Weightman Participation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contributors 1999 Christopher Abadi Thomas Allen Atkins Paul Phillip Bergeron Jennifer Van Noy Cochran Timothy Scott Howard Nicholas James Kenyon Eddy HsinIh Luh Eric Mukai Manisha Ami Patel Seth Alan
Named Lectureships As of June 30, 2013. John Abajian, Jr.John E. Mazuzan, Jr. Endowed Lectureship in Anesthesiology Arnold H. Colodny, M.D. Visiting Professorship in Pediatric Surgery John H. Davis, M
Obituaries Ray W. Collins Jr., M.D. Dr. Collins died September 14, 2013, in Middlebury, Vt. He was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, in 1914, while his father, Ray Sr., was a pitcher for the Boston Re