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TheReviewThe Magazine for the Alumni and Friendsof the Jefferson College of Health ProfessionsThomas Jefferson UniversityJCHP Welcomes Dr. Barchi, the University’s 4th President30 Years of Academic Nursing History at JCHPOn-line Giving Site LaunchedFALL 2004

Table of ContentsTheIn This e From the DeanUniversity PresidentRobert L. Barchi, MD, PhDJCHP DeanJames B. Erdmann, PhDThe Review Editorial BoardSupporting JCHP Through Online GivingEditorDorothy GriebDirector, Alumni RelationsManaging EditorJane A. ClintonMarketing and PR ManagerEditorial AssistantKelly CarlucciPR/Publications AssociateEditorial BoardAdel Herge, OT, ’86Instructor, Department ofOccupational TherapyCheck Out The New Jefferson BookstoreJefferson Welcomes New PresidentStaff Changes at JCHPJCHP Dean Named Honorary Professor30 Years of Nursing at JCHPAnne M. Markham, BSN, ’93Clinical Research Coordinator/Nurse PractitionerThomas Jefferson UniversityNursing MemoriesNursing Faculty Member Awarded Nightingale AwardJCHP Grad Student Wins AwardMichael J. PaquetAssociate DeanOffice of the DeanSummer Science Camp Called a SuccessOT Helps Children with Sensory IntegrationJefferson Debuts DPTRS Student Takes First PlaceNew Sonography EquipmentFaculty NewsAlumni EventsAlumni NewsAllied Health WeekPT Student Wins Student Life AwardJCHP Commencement 2004Cover Photograph:On behalf of the Thomas JeffersonUniversity faculty, Dr. Janice Burke,Chair of the Department ofOccupational Therapy, welcomedDr. Barchi as the fourth President ofthe University. The investitureceremony was held October 5, 2004.Pictured from left to right:Dr. James B. Erdmann, PhD,Dean of Jefferson College of HealthProfessions, Rosemarie Greco,Director of the Office of Health CareReform, Commonwealthof Pennsylvania, Robert L. Barchi,MD, PhD, President of ThomasJefferson University, Janice P. Burke,PhD, Chair of Department ofOccupational Therapy, and Brian G.Harrison, Chair, Board of Trustees,Thomas Jefferson UniversityBoard of Directors 2004-2005PRESIDENTBeverly Zimmerman, LS ’97GENERAL STUDIESRADIOLOGIC SCIENCESJohn F. Bauer, DI ’95,Chairman, Events CommitteeVICE-PRESIDENT/PRESIDENT-ELECTJoanne Gauthier, GS ’00Lillian Owens, GS ’02Luel San Diego, GS ’03Jill Carroll, LS ’96,Chairman, Nominating CommitteeNURSINGJoanne Gauthier, GS ’00Laurie Didyk, N ’00Thomas Loveless, N ’02Victoria Weinstein, N ’98PAST PRESIDENTOCCUPATIONAL THERAPYMichael Hartman, DI ’88Jennifer R. Palko, OT ’98,Chairman, Advancement CommitteeSECRETARYPARLIAMENTARIANJoann Ludwig, DI ’67BIOSCIENCE TECHNOLOGIESJill W. Carroll, LS ’96Michael Finley, BT ’04Beverly Zimmerman, LS ’97ReviewThomas Jefferson UniversityJefferson College of Health ProfessionsSpecial OccasionsJefferson College of Health ProfessionsAlumni AssociationTheReviewVictoria Cava, DI ’97Michael Hartman, DI ’88Joann Ludwig, DI ’67Lisa Strohl, DI ’93Susan Lahmann, OT ’97Rachel Wagner, OT ’00,Chairman, Java CommitteePHYSICAL THERAPYKathleen Ucciferri, PT ’982Bill ThygesonAssistant Dean/Director ofStudent AffairsProduction/Photography ServicesGraphic DesignBeatris Santos,Barcelos DesignPhotographyJane A. ClintonKelly CarlucciBob NeroniDon WalkerPrinterPaul JacksonKnepper PressThe Review is published twice annually bythe Jefferson College of Health ProfessionsOffice of Alumni Relations to encourage alumniinterest and support for the Jefferson Collegeof Health Professions.For more information about the Alumni Associationor activities, call 215-503-7709, email information todorothy.grieb@jefferson.edu or visit our web site:www.jefferson.edu/jchp/alumni.Change of address may be submitted via web siteor by email (both addresses listed above).Send correspondence to: Editor, The Review,130 S. 9th St., Suite 705, Philadelphia, PA19107-5233 or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at215-503-7709.

Message From The DeanDear Alumni and Friends,It is always a pleasure for me to share with youinformation about the many good things that aretaking place at Jefferson. Following a successfulsite visit in April 2004, the Commission onHigher Education of the Middle StatesAssociation reaffirmed the University’s accreditation for a full 10-year term. As detailed in thisissue’s featured article, however, the “big story,”as they say on Action News, is the investiture onOctober 5, 2004 of the University’s fourthPresident, Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhD, distinguished scholar, researcher and universityadministrator. Dr. Barchi succeeds Dr. PaulBrucker, who stepped down after 14 years ofdistinguished service as Jefferson’s President. Inthis issue, you will find a wealth of informationon the investiture ceremony at the KimmelCenter, our new President’s background and hisvision for the future direction of Jefferson.Regarding activities related specifically toJefferson College of Health Professions, I willshare with you a very brief summary of the mostsalient current events; however, for a morecomplete picture, I invite you to visit the JCHPhome page (http://www.jefferson.edu/jchp)where you can access a detailed account in theCollege’s recently published annual report.Academic year 2003-04 marked another busyand productive period in JCHP history, and2004-05 is off to an equally promising start.Enrollment in the 2004 fall semester increasedover last year by more than 200 students, as thefirst cohorts entered new academic programs inthe departments of nursing, physical therapy andradiologic sciences. At the same time that a newchapter opened in the distinguished history ofnursing education at Jefferson with the implementation of the ASN program at MethodistHospital and the Geisinger Medical Center, theJCHP Alumni Association and the Departmentof Nursing are preparing a gala celebration forthe 30th anniversary of the first graduation ofstudents from the nursing degree programs. Inaddition to launching the ASN program, the newbachelor’s degree programs in radiation therapyand medical dosimetry and the first doctoralprogram in the College’s history (DPT) furtherattest to JCHP’s continued dynamic response tothe need to prepare future healthcare professionals at the full spectrum of academic levels.Research awards and related scholarly activitiesof the faculty continue to grow at impressiverates. The 4.6 million in grants and contractsawarded in FY 04 is more than double theamount received in FY 00 and places JCHPamong national leaders in research support forschools of allied health. In the most recent NIHstatistical report, JCHP’s nursing departmentranked 29th among nursing education programsnationwide that receive NIH funding.Increased collaboration between the College andother University and Hospital divisions continuesto provide new opportunities for the Jeffersonfamily. Dr. Laura Gitlin has helped to extend thelinkages of the College through her collaborationwith Dr. Sam Gandy in the Farber Institute forNeurosciences, who is conducting research onthe biology of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.This past year JCHP’s and TJUH’s nursingdepartments hired two nurse specialists who willhold joint appointments in the two organizations.JCHP’s nursing faculty also includes a neonatalnurse practitioner jointly appointed with theduPont Hospital for Children. Perhaps the mostsignificant proposal for collaboration in theeducational arena is the plan to develop trulyinterdisciplinary learning experiences fornursing and medical students, including clinicalprocedural skills, confronting simulated clinicalsituations as a team, and rounding together onseveral units in the Hospital.Financial support for nursing students grewsignificantly over the past year as the number ofservice commitment scholarships with TJUH andother health systems hospitals increased from 38to 66, with a total value of almost 1.7 million.Additionally, a graduate assistantship program forstudents in occupational therapy and physicaltherapy, sponsored by the University Office ofFinancial Aid, continues to grow.Similarly, improvements have been made tofacilities and equipment in the Edison building.A portion of the space on the first floor formerlyoccupied by the sports medicine department hasbeen converted for use by the Department ofRadiologic Sciences and is now furnishedwith state of the art diagnostic equipment.The University has also approved plans for therenovation of additional space on the first floor toaccommodate the move of the JCHP AdmissionsOffice to an ideal location for increased visibilityand convenient access for prospective studentsand their families. A general “facelift” of theEdison lobby (improved lighting and appearance) is also underway, which, coupled with thecreative and informative designs of AlumniDirector Dottie Grieb in the glass display cases,continues to make this “gateway” to the Collegea brighter and more welcoming venue.Although these improvements represent agood start, much work is still needed. Increasingthe amount of funding available for generalscholarship support remains a significantchallenge. Constraints on capital funds over thepast several years have curtailed the facilities andtechnology development necessary to remaincompetitive in the current higher education marketplace. President Barchi has set a high priorityon determining the feasibility of addressing thisissue through the construction of the proposededucation/research building as a major component of a revised strategic plan for the University.Strategies to expand academic programs andincrease philanthropic support to the levelsnecessary to promote growth and developmentare vital elements of future planning.Clearly, Jefferson continues to achieve manyaccomplishments while also facing significantchallenges. With the support of alumni andfriends, and the renewed energy andcommitment of faculty, students and administration to our shared institutional mission andvision of advancing as a premier academichealthcare center, we can all be confident thatthe future remains bright and promising.James B. Erdmann, PhDDean3FALL 2004

Special Occasions Make Special NewsSpecial Occasions Make Special NewsPlease use the inserted form or e-mail us withall of your news. However, please keep inmind that we particularly want to highlightyour big events with a photo!Weddings Are Wonderful.Tell Us About Yours!Please let us know about your recent wedding, so we can include your happyannouncement in a future issue of TheReview. Include with your announcement apicture we can print, and wewill send you a Jefferson gift. You can e-mailus a picture or send us one in the mail.(Please clearly identify the picture.) Also,include your name at graduation, your year,your married name, your spouse’s name, thedate of your wedding, and your address.We Bet You Had A Beautiful Baby!Please, tell us more, so we can include yourbaby announcement in a future issue ofThe Review. Include in your information, yourbaby’s name, date of birth, and any otherinformation you would like to share aboutyour joyous event. Also, please include yourname, your spouse’s name, your name atgraduation, your program, year and address.Baby pictures are extra special and a welcomeaddition to yourannouncement, soplease send aphoto by mail ore-mail. We have aJefferson baby giftready to send outto you!Send Us Your Special OccasionNews, General News or Changeof Address: E-Mail via our web sitewww.jefferson.edu/jchp/alumnior use the inserted card in this issue. E-Mail, Mail, Phone, or Fax:Dorothy GriebDirector of Alumni RelationsJefferson College of Health Professions130 S. 9th Street, Suite 705Philadelphia, PA 19107-5233(215) 503-7709 telephone(215) 503-9834 faxdorothy.grieb@jefferson.eduOnline GivingSupporting JCHPThrough Online GivingThomas Jefferson University’s Office of Institutional Advancement has a completely redesigned web site (www.jefferson.edu/giving) that offersmany choices and possibilities for alumni of the Jefferson College of Health Professions who want to learn more about how they can supportprograms at JCHP both now and in the future.The new web site includes: A secure way to make an immediate gift to JCHP with your credit card. An easy link to the JCHP web pages. A video presentation about Jefferson’s rich history and legacy of donor support. Extensive information about planned gifts — bequests, gift annuities, and more. GiftTree — an interactive program to guide you in choosing the best ways to give. Printable documents with in-depth information. A Donor’s Bill of Rights. Our donors — how and why they support Jefferson. An easy way to request a personal illustration of how different types of planned giving vehicles can work to your benefit. A photo directory of the Office of Institutional Advancement staff. A gift calculator that shows how your gift can offer income and tax advantages.New information will be added on a regular basis. Consider making www.jefferson.edu/giving a “favorite” on your computer.A world of possibilities is waiting for you.TheReview4

New Jefferson BookstoreCheck Out The New Jefferson BookstoreOver the summer Jefferson Medical andHealth Science Bookstore moved into therenowned Victory Building at 10th andChestnut streets. The official grand opening was held the week of September 13,with festivities, discounts and give-awaysplanned for everyday.Monday’s grand opening kick off hada Philadelphia theme, with a focus onlocal interest titles and Jefferson authors.The Fralinger String Band made anappearance in the middle of the day,and lots of famous Philly snackswere enjoyed by all.Search the extensive database ofapproximately 75,000 print and non-printproducts from more than 300 publishers.Health science titles include selectionson medicine, nursing, and all of thehealth-related professions.Jefferson Medical and Health ScienceBookstore1009 Chestnut Street215-955-7922Toll free: 1-888-TJU-BOOKFax: 215-923-1844www.jefferson.edu/bookstoreOn Tuesday severalpublishingrepresentativesspent the daydiscussing newtitles and rafflingoff books.Fralinger String Band plays outside of Jefferson’s newbookstore.On Wednesday,representatives from3M Littman andWelchAllyn demonstrated the latest diagnostic equipment. Free bloodpressure screenings were provided by theOffice to Advance Population Health atThomas Jefferson University Hospital.Thursday was Technology and StationeryDay, with Jeff IT on hand to answerquestions about technology and softwareproducts.The week ended with Jefferson Spirit Day.Representatives from apparel, gift,class ring, graduation announcementand diploma frame companies promotedways to show Jefferson Spirit!On Wednesday, October 13, CommuterServices and the Security ID Center alsomoved into the new bookstore.If you haven’t had a chance to stop by thenew space, be sure to visit the website,where you can buy books online andreceive a 10 percent discount off mosttitles! Visit www.jefferson.edu/bookstoreand select "Buy Books Online."Dr. Barchi and Fralinger String Band5FALL 2004

Jefferson Welcomes New PresidentMeet Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhDThomas Jefferson University’s New PresidentDr. Robert L. Barchi became the fourthpresident of Thomas Jefferson Universityon September 1, 2004. A formal investitureceremony was held on October 5 at theKimmel Center for the Performing Arts.Prior to coming to Jefferson, Dr. Barchi wasProvost of the University of Pennsylvania.As the chief academic officer of theUniversity, Dr. Barchi was responsible for theoversight of Penn’s 12 schools as well as theinstitution’s research enterprise, academicpolicies and student activities.ACADEMIC CAREERDr. Barchi received Bachelor of Science andMaster of Science degrees from GeorgetownUniversity, as well as a Doctor of Philosophydegree and a Doctor of Medicine degree,both from the University of Pennsylvania.Board-certified in neurology, he rose fromassistant professor of biochemistry tobecome the David Mahoney Professor ofNeurological Sciences within a decade.In 2004, in recognition of his many contributions to research, education and trainingat Penn, Dr. Barchi was named the FairhillProfessor of Medicine, one of the oldestendowed chairs at that University.President Barchi has been actively involvedin academic leadership and administrationthroughout his career. He served as Directorof the Mahoney Institute of NeurologicalSciences at the University of Pennsylvaniafor more than 12 years, bringing that entityto national prominence as one of the world’spreeminent institutions for neuroscienceresearch and training. He has also served asVice Dean for Research in the School ofMedicine, Director of the ClinicalNeuroscience Track, and was founderof Penn Neurocare, a regional neurologynetwork. He was the founding chair ofPenn’s Graduate Group in Neuroscience andwas a leader in the establishment of theDepartment of Neuroscience. While servingas that Department’s first Chair, he was alsoappointed Chair of the Department ofNeurology, posts he held concurrently untilhis appointment as Provost in 1999.TheReviewRESEARCH INTERESTSDr. Barchi’s research has focused on the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channels. These complex molecular machines arefound in the surface membrane of nerve andmuscle cells and generate the electrical signalsby which these cells process and communicateinformation. Dr. Barchi’s research team wasamong the first to characterize, clone, andfunctionally express these critical proteins andto identify channel genetic mutations thatcause a variety of human diseases. He has beenat the forefront of the design and implementation of important multidisciplinary advances inneuroscience research, medical education, andin the clinical practice of neurology.Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhD is the fourth president ofThomas Jefferson University.Dr. Barchi is the author of more than 150research publications and three books inhis field. A highly respected researcher andscholar, his coedited text on the Molecular andGenetic Basis of Neurological Disease is now inits third edition.He has also been named Fellow, AmericanAcademy of Neurology; Fellow, College ofPhysicians; and Fellow, AmericanAssociation for the Advancement ofScience. Dr. Barchi has also served on theBoard of Councilors of the AmericanNeurological Association.EXTERNAL ACTIVITIESDr. Barchi has always maintained an activeinvolvement in both civic and private externalboards. He serves on the boards of a numberof regional economic development institutions,including BioAdvance and the Ben FranklinTechnology Partners, and is an overseer of theWistar Institute. He is a director of Covance,Inc. and is a member of the medical advisoryboard of Cephalon, Inc.For his excellence in research, Dr. Barchihas received the NIH Javits NeuroscienceInvestigator Award, the Senior InvestigatorAward of the American Heart Association,and the Distinguished Alumni Award ofPenn’s School of Medicine. His reputationas a teacher of excellence has beenrecognized at Penn by the University’sprestigious Lindback Award.He has also served on the editorial boards ofnumerous professional journals, includingJournal of Neuroscience, Journal ofNeurochemistry, Muscle and Nerve, Ion Channels,Current Concepts in Neurology and Neurosurgery,The Neuroscientist, Neurobiology of Disease,and inScight.PERSONAL INTERESTSAn avid sports enthusiast throughout hislife, Dr. Barchi played lacrosse and footballat Georgetown, and was captain of thefootball team in his senior year. He startedrowing in high school at St. Joseph’s Prepin Philadelphia and continues to row asingle scull on the Schuylkill River today,where he has raced at the master’s level. Heis also a recently converted tennis addict.AWARDSDr. Barchi is the recipient of many honors andawards in recognition of his contributions as aresearcher, clinician, and educator. He hasbeen elected to membership in the Institute ofMedicine of the National Academy of Sciences,the American Society for Clinical Investigation,and the Association of American Physicians.6Dr. Barchi enjoys collecting antique clocksand watches from the 17th and 18thcenturies. In addition to repairing andconserving these old timepieces, he designsand constructs his own clocks in hisextensive basement machine shop.

Jefferson Welcomes New PresidentThe Investiture of Dr. Robert L. BarchiAs President of Thomas Jefferson UniversityThomas Jefferson University held the investiture of its fourth president, Robert L. Barchi,MD, PhD, on Tuesday, October 5 at 10:30a.m., at the Kimmel Center for the PerformingArts, 260 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia. Areception followed in the Kimmel Centerfrom 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.The presidential investiture gave the Jeffersoncommunity an opportunity to celebrate itsnew president with a formal ceremony filledwith academic traditions and protocols.Representatives of more than fifty collegesand universities joined Jefferson's own facultyin a colorful procession, wearing the academicregalia of their own institution.Speakers from the Jefferson communityincluded:From AlumniWalter F. Wrenn, III, MD, PresidentJefferson Medical College Alumni AssociationFrom FacultyJanice P. Burke, PhD, ChairDepartment of Occupational TherapyJefferson College of Health ProfessionsFrom StudentsKelly M. Champagne, StudentJefferson College of Graduate StudiesFrom StaffBrian P. Bowie, JDAssociate Vice President, Human ResourcesThomas Jefferson UniversityThe ceremony included many greetings to thepresident, interspersed with musical selections performed by thePhiladelphia Singers and aBrass, Organ andI foresee a future in whichPercussion Ensemble.Jefferson produces theRepresentatives of thequintessential academicfaculty, alumni, students,symphony, through itsstaff and governmentofficials welcomedmany partnerships andDr. Barchi to his new role.through its maximal inte-Following the greetings, Brian G.Harrison, Chair of the Board ofTrustees at Thomas JeffersonUniversity, formally inductedPresident Barchi and presentedhim with the University Charterand Presidential Medallion.Following this presentation,Dr. Barchi made his inauguralgration across disciplines.Jordan J. Cohen, MD,address, titled “Shaping thepresident of theFuture of Clinical Care.” In hisAssociation of Americanspeech, Dr. Barchi explained why he chose toMedical Colleges, was the keynote speaker.come to Jefferson:Rosemarie Greco, Director, Office of HealthCare Reform, Commonwealth ofPennsylvania, offered Dr. Barchi greetingsfrom Governor Edward G. Rendell.[Keynote speaker] Dr. Cohen posed the questionearlier: “why would anyone even want toconsider becoming president of Thomas JeffersonUniversity?” My answer, like his, is: who couldpass up the chance to lead an institution that hasprovided so much to this nation and to theworld? Who, when presented with Jefferson'slegacy, would not jump at the opportunity tocontinue to build on its outstanding record ofscience and service? This is the job of a lifetime.Today, we celebrate aninstitution. We gather torejoice in ThomasJefferson University'shistory, its traditions,its successes, and itsrich potential. As a university dedicated to preservinghealth and advancing health care, we willcontinue to meet our mission of providingthe best education to students at both theundergraduate and graduate level. As a university committed to medical research,we will continue to promote investigation thatwill improve both the health and the quality oflife in this nation and around the globe. As a university devoted to excellence in medical practice, we will continue to prepare practitioners for the life-long learning that does notand cannot end with a medical degree. As a university with almost two centuries ofdevotion to patient care, we will continue tolead the way from a health care system basedon episodic treatment to one predicated oncontinuous care. And as a university with deep roots in this cityand state, we will heed Dr. Cohen's words to“bridge” the diversity gap that plagues ourhealth professions, working to ensure that theJefferson of tomorrow truly reflects the publicwe serve.Dr. Barchi continued by explaining thatcollaboration will be the key to the successof the University’s goals.As he continued his speech, Dr. Barchi outlinedsome of his goals for the University.The Presidential Investiture was held at the Kimmel Centerfor the Performing Arts on October 5, 2004.Working with Jefferson's trustees, faculty, staff,and students, we can and will build onJefferson's greatness. Together, we can expandthe university's leadership in spawning newresearch, in broadening medicine's horizons,and in shaping the future of clinical care.Mr. Harrison gives Dr. Barchi the President’s Medallion which isworn by the President at all convocations of the University.7FALL 2004

Jefferson Welcomes New PresidentOlder Adults: The ProtectiveRole of Primary ControlJefferson himself saidBehaviors.” As described in thethat “a little rebellionA future in which weSymposium program, her presnow and then is a goodredefine the educationentation “provided data to supthing, and as necessarywe provide for doctors,port a novel approach to pronurses, and other healthin the political world astecting against functionalcare professionals.storms in the physical.”decline and the onset of frailtyWell, in health care,in older adults living in theA future in which we reccommunity. Evidence from anit's time for a storm.ognize that collaborationNIA-funded randomized trialin research can producesuggests that a multi-comporemarkable results thatnentinterventioninvolving occupationalwould have been impossible otherwise.therapy, physical therapy, and home modifiA future in which we maximize the impactcation affords important protection againstof these advances on all levels of our society.fear of falling, near falls, home hazards,functional difficulties, and mortality.”Ladies and gentlemen, it is a signal honor toquality primary andpreventive medicine.In his Presidential Address, Dr. Barchi stated, “In order to fulfillour own expectations, Jefferson's future must be one ripe withcollaboration.”In order to fulfill our own expectations,be part of an institution with such an augustJefferson's future must be one ripe withpast; to be part of a university with such acollaboration. We simply cannot accomplishvibrant present; and to be part of a teamour goals through individual effort alone.working to shape such a brilliant future forCollaborations strengthen us. PartnershipsThomas Jefferson University.lead to shared goals and incentives. They proI look forward to joining all of you –vide immense leverfaculty,students, and staff – inage. They are fundaWe are ideally configuredmeeting the challenge of changemental to our futureto build on Jefferson’sas together we shape the future ofand to our success.rich past and to pursueclinical care.a promising future ofHe went on to explainthat collaborationsintegrated health care.Thank you.include partnershipsbetween patients andSCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM CELEBRATEDphysicians, clinicians and researchers,NEW PRESIDENTacademic institutions, and within the comThe investiture was followed in themunity. At the end of his speech, Presidentafternoon by a scientific symposium,Barchi shared his view of Jefferson’s future.A Vision of Science: A Look at Jefferson'sJefferson is ideally prepared to turn its dreamResearch in the Twenty-First Century,into reality. We have a long history of clinicalheld at Bluemle Life Sciences Building.excellence, a richThe symposium highlightededucational tradition,Jefferson's research accomPAST TJU PRESIDENTSan outstanding researchplishments and work on thecomponent, an involvedhorizon. Marion J. Siegman,1990 to 2004community, a committedPhD, professor and chairPaul C. Brucker, MDboard, and devotedof Physiology, Jefferson1977 to 1990faculty, staff, and alumni.Medical College, presided.Lewis W. Bluemle Jr., MDWe have all the elementsA reception followed.of first-rate health care1976-1977JCHP’s own Laura N. Gitlin,delivery on one compactGeorge M. Norwood,PhD, Professor ofcampus. And we are idealInterim PresidentOccupational Therapy andly configured to build onDirector of the Center forJefferson's rich past and to1969 to 1976Applied Research on Agingpursue a promising futurePeter A. Herbut, MDand Health, presented at theof integrated health care.symposium. Her topic wasA future in which far more“Breaking through Frailty inpeople in this country have access to highTheReview8Other researchers who presented at thesymposium included: Emad S. Alnemri, PhDProfessor of Microbiology andImmunologyJefferson Medical College Jeffrey L. Benovic, PhDProfessor of Biochemistry and MolecularPharmacology andProfessor of Microbiology andImmunologyJefferson Medical College Walter J. Koch, PhDProfessor of Medicine and director,Center for Translational MedicineJefferson Medical College Judith L. Ross, MDProfessor of PediatricsJefferson Medical CollegeThree Thomas Jefferson University presidents: Paul C. Brucker,MD (1990-2004), Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhD (2004) andLewis W. Bluemle Jr., MD, DSc, LHD (1977-1990).

Jefferson Welcomes New PresidentA Conversation With Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhDPresident, Thomas Jefferson UniversityA new era began on September 1, 2004,when Robert L. Barchi, MD, PhD, becamethe fourth president of Thomas JeffersonUniversity. From day one, he has demonstrated incredible energy, curiosity andenthusiasm for his new position and theUniversity. The day after his October 5thInvestiture, Dr. Barchi took time out of hisbusy schedule to grant an interview toThe Review.Editor: Dr. Barchi, on behalf of theJefferson College of Health ProfessionsAlumni Association, welcome to Jefferson.Your curriculum vitae indicates that youhave led a life of scholarship and leadershipand now a new chapter begins at Jefferson.At first glance, what do think your initialchallenges will be as President?Dr. Barchi: Jefferson today faces manychallenges. We must capitalize on ourlong history of excellence in clinical care,education and re

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