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John Patrick Gallagher recently completed a three-year term as chair of the Pennsylvania Medical Society and has retired from the active practice of medicine. Dr. Gallagher continues his active advocacy on the opioid crisis, medical legislation, and community service.
Kevin Kelly is an ophthalmologist practicing in Wellington, Fla.
Susan Ellen Kirk specializes in diabetes and metabolism, endocrinology, and internal medicine and is affiliated with the University of Virginia’s Endocrinology Clinic in Charlottesville.
Saad Fuad Habba is a gastrologist and an attending physician at Overlook Medical Center in New Jersey, who also maintains a private practice and serves as a clinical assistant professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Kathryn Lois Holloway has focused on func- tional neurosurgery for the past 10 years. Dr. Hol- loway leads innovation in deep brain stimulation surgery at the Parkinson’s Disease Research, Educa- tion, and Clinical Centers Southeast, Richmond, Va.
Vincent W. Yang is the Simons Chair of Medicine and professor of medicine, biomedical informatics, and physiology and biophysics at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University.
Claire Hughes Jacobus practices endocrinol- ogy, diabetes and metabolism, and internal medi- cine in Arlington, Mass.
Patrick J. Gainey practices neurology at Sutter Health in Modesto, Calif. Dr. Gainey is af- filiated with Memorial Medical Center Modesto.
Nancy Phillips is a faculty member at the Women’s Health Institute, part of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Her clinical interest is in vulvovaginal health, with an emphasis on vulvodynia. Dr. Phillips has been an investigator on more than 10 clinical trials.
Jeffrey S. Aronoff is an attending physician in colon and rectal surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, N.Y. Dr. Aronoff has authored many peer-review arti- cles, several book excerpts, and has consistently won awards as a Patient's Choice, Best Physi- cian, and Best Compassionate Physician from major New York City Hospitals.
Kelly Anne Lynch practices endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, obstetrics and gynecology, and reproductive endocrinology at Baystate Medical Practices in Springfield, Mass.
David S. Shields is a gastroenterologist at Inspira Medical Center, in Vineland, N.J.
Percival Buenaventura joined Wheeling Hospital’s team of thoracic surgeons and is also director of Esophageal Surgery and director of Outreach Thoracic Services at West Virginia University Health Sciences.
Mary E. Hutchin practices at Zaladonis Dermatology Associates in Bethlehem, Pa.
William D. Kalichman is an internal medicine physician at Kadlec Clinic-South Richland Primary Care in Richland, Wash.
David Knowlton practices family medicine at McKenzie Family Practice in Eugene, Ore.
Maynard Holgado is an internal medicine physician at Inspira Medical Group Primary Care in Sicklerville, N.J.
David Wohl is a professor of medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine, site leader of the HIV Prevention and Treatment Clinical Trials Unit at Chapel Hill, and co-lead of the UNC Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Research Working Group.
Fernando A. Moya is an orthopedic surgeon practicing in Hollywood, Fla.
Wayne R. Kotzker was recognized by Conti- nental Who's Who as a Top Medical Professional for his outstanding contributions in the field of nephrology at Florida Kidney Physicians.
Angela M. Wimmer is an obstetrician- gynecologist with Axia Women's Health, attending to patients at the Contemporary Women's Care offices in Kearny, West Orange, and Westfield, N.J. She is also affiliated with St. Barnabas Hospital and Clara Mass Medical Center.
Patricia A. Generelli is an obstetrician- gynecologist with Coastal Monmouth Obstetrics-Gynecology in Lincroft, N.J.
Michael C. Diem is the chief business officer at Century Therapeutic. Dr. Diem has more than 15 years of experience in the global pharmaceuti- cal and biotech industries and nearly 10 years of experience in academic and clinical medicine.
John Friend was appointed chief medical officer at Cellectar Biosciences, Inc., overseeing CLR 131’s late-stage oncology clinical develop- ment plans and FDA engagement for adult and pediatric programs.
Bert Mandelbaum is the chair of pediatrics at Penn Medicine Princeton Health.
Steven Bromley is a neurology specialist in Linwood, N.J., and is affiliated with Virtua West Jersey Hospitals, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, and Cooper University Hospital.
David Yeshwant Gaitonde practices endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, and internal medicine at Dwight Eisenhower Army Medical Center Endocrinology in Fort Gordon, Ga.
Craig Gronczewski is the chair of Emergency Services at Penn Medicine Princeton Health.
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