DMS Alumni Newsletter
Please find the first installment of Intermin Notes-DMS Alumni's online only newsletter edition!
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Inside: Unveiling of portait of Harold Amos; New Harvard President and Dean of HMS; New Immunology building; New BBS Program; "'Still Alice': An Alumna Looks at Alzheimer's," a report on Lisa Genova's ('98) new book; Notes from the HMS Postdoctoral Association and upcoming Reception; Biomedical Graduate Student Organization's new 'Lunch with Alumni' program; and list of 2006-2007 degree recipients.
Inside: Articles on the current pursuits of the Biomedical Graduate Student Organization (by Allan Gurtan) and the HMS/HSDM Postdoctoral Association (by Amy Baldwin); list of 2004-2005 degree recipients; and images from the 2005 DMS Recognition Dinner and Hooding Ceremony.
Inside: “Speakers Discuss Biotech’s Path Toward New Therapies”; a reprint of a “Focus” article reviewing the 2003 DMS Alumni Symposium; list of 2002-2003 degree recipients; online resources for Alumni/ae; and facts and figures breakdown from the special “Focus” edition.
Inside: Tribute to Harold Amos; Focus on the 1950’s with updates from Alumni in classes 1950-1959; message from Renee Zlochover Dintzis (‘53) and Howard Dintzis (‘53);“One Peek at the Early Days in the Golden Years of Biomedical Science Following WWII,” an autobiography by F.M. Richards (‘52);“Paths to Diversity – an Update,” by Jocelyn Spragg (‘69); Alumni/ae updates; and fundraising figures.
Inside: Updates and pictures from various Alumni events (June Symposium, Commencement Recognition Dinner; Harold Amos reception, and Los Angeles and New York Alumni receptions); list of 2001-2002 degree recipients; notes from Alumni/ae; and a message from Norman Marshall (‘56).
Inside: HMS Opens Postdoctoral Fellows office for those in Quad-based labs; DMS Approaches Century through Continual Change; overview of BBS Program; updates from Alumni/ae; and a breakdown of DMS student demographics.
nside: History of Neuroscience Program; updates from Alumni/ae; articles on minority/diversity programs within DMS and on construction for the New Research Building on Ave. Louis Pasteur; and information about Alumni Week June 6-8.
Inside: Dr. Amos receives first Leadership Alliance Award; recognition of other Alumni Council Members; Alumni/ae updates; and Alumni Week information for June 9-11.
Inside: History of Virlogy Program; summary of Alumni Week Symposia; updates from Alumni/ae; call for suggestions with celebrating 90th Anniversary of DMS; and invitation to upcoming events.
Inside: History of Immunology Program; Alumni/ae updates; and invitation to Alumni Symposium June 3.
Summer 1996 (first issue)
Inside: Brief updates on the status of DMS to date: demographic of students, activities, programs, location, and other updates; articles postulating the organization of a DMS Alumni group and recounting DMS Alumae and students participating in the November 1995 Women in Medicine celebration; and highlights of Alumni/ae in the news.