Samuel Thompson, Ph.D., was the Associate Vice Chancellor for Community Relations, Planning and Development and Associate Dean for Administration and Finance at the University of Massachusetts Medical School from 1977- 1992. This photo was taken for the university's 1988 yearbook.
H. Brownell Wheeler, M.D., a vascular surgeon, educator, administrator, end-of-life care advocate, and inventor, was the first faculty member and first department chair to be hired by the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Wheeler was the Founding Chair of the Department of Surgery. This photo was taken for
University of Massachusetts Medical School Class of 1975
Portraits of the members of the University of Massachusetts Medical School Class of 1975: Claudio M. Delise, William T. Edwards, John J. Zajac, Anita M. Karcz, Jennifer H. Caskey, Lawrence G. Kidd, Frederick K. Poulin Jr., Peter P. Anas, James D. Sousa, Stanley M. Cole, Margaret A. Hatch, Paul
University of Massachusetts Medical School Class of 1974
Head shots of the members of the Class of 1974, the first class to graduate from the University of Massachusetts Medical School: Donald W. Abbott, Richard V. Aghababian, William W. Estabrook, Leonard M. Finn, Donald J. Gentile, P. David Jarry, Dana G. Killam, Kenneth M. Kornetsky, James L. McGuire,
Groundbreaking ceremony at the University of Massachusetts Medical School on October 23, 1969. Kneeling, l. to r.: Senator John J. Conte, Rep. Joseph D. Early, Dr. Lamar Soutter, Rep. Charles T. Tagman, Sen. Philip A. Quinn Standing: l. to r.: Rep. J. Edmond Harris, Rep. Albert L. Nash, Rep.
James P. Loughlin was Secretary-Treasurer of the Massachusetts State Labor Council, AFL-CIO from 1962-1979. He is credited by many people as being influential in locating the University of Massachusetts Medical School and its affiliated hospital in Worcester, Mass.
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