Dr. Stanley Gartler was the first faculty member hired in the Division of Medical Genetics in 1957.
Celebrating our world-class teachers, clinicians and researchers.
Dr. Stanley Gartler
Remembering Ollie Press
The department mourns the loss of Ollie Press, who died from complications from glioma, a brain cancer. He was 65.
Dr. Paul Pottinger
Paul Pottinger dreamed of climbing Mt. Everest since the second grade. His first attempt ended with a devastating earthquake. He remained determined to try again.
Dr. Werner Samson
Werner Samson was just ten years old when he left his hometown of Hamburg, Germany on a children’s transport to England to escape Nazi persecution.
Dr. W. Conrad Liles
One in 65 people in the United States will have a blood transfusion over the course of a year. Last April, Dr. W. Conrad Liles was added to that list.
Dr. Bessie Young
We have selected Dr. Bessie Young for the first Faculty Spotlight. Dr. Young is a professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology and holds adjunct titles in the Departments of Epidemiology and Health Services.