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Foreword: Then and Now
In 1867, Samuel D. Gross, MD 1828, spoke to incoming Jefferson students about the value of historical perspective. In a 44-page speech entitled “Then and Now,” he reflected on the remarkable progress made since his own graduation four decades prior...
100 Years of the Bulletin
It is fitting that what may be America’s first medical college alumni association (1870) also has the second oldest continuous alumni publication, the Bulletin (1922). Let’s look back on 100 years of the magazine.
Jeffersonian Roots and Branches: An Educational Legacy in Bloom
In the May 1955 issue of the Bulletin, pages 20 and 21 listed “Senior Students with Jefferson Medical College Relationships,” including the student’s name, as well as the name, relationship and graduation year of their relative.
Today, in 2022, the Bulletin continues to celebrate the families whose Jefferson legacies span multiple generations. These inspiring individuals exemplify how Jefferson’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College has not only influenced but also transformed the face of medicine for nearly two centuries.
From generation to generation—while the families hail from different corners of the country with varying backgrounds and unique, compelling stories—the links in the chain that connects them are the same. They practice medicine based on an educational legacy built on the tenets of leading-edge research, clinical excellence, and compassionate care, with the patient squarely in focus.
Leading by Example
Galicano Inguito Jr., MD ’90; Kai Inguito, MD ’22; and Kameron Inguito, SKMC ’26
The ‘Aloha’ Spirit
Henry Yim, MD ’56; Gregory Yim, MD ’88; Robyn Yim Pang, MD ’89; and Zachary Pang, SKMC ’23
Love and Legacy
Thomas Green, MD ’94, and Caitlin Green, MD ’22
Her Own Footsteps
Patricia Curtin White, MD ’88, FEL ’00, and Mary B. White, MD ’21
Where Are They Now?
As the Bulletin celebrates its centennial, we are proud to have been the conduit between our distinguished alumni for 100 years and look forward to continuing our vital mission, to forge important, invaluable connections and share stories, memories, and information with each and every class and alum.
Although we can’t always follow up on every story, we are thrilled to enable you to catch up with five of your fellow alumni who have been featured in past issues over the years. While they could not have predicted their futures, they can all be incredibly proud of their accomplishments and contributions to medicine, and we are just as proud to share their journeys and updates.
From the Editor
It is with great pride and deep gratitude that we present this Centennial Issue of the Bulletin, reflecting on—and celebrating—our 100-year expedition through the annals of Jefferson’s storied history...