Emily E. Volk, MD, MBA, FCAP (ACLPTH ’98), is Vice President of System Pathology and Laboratory Services at UofL Health in Louisville, Kentucky. She recently completed two years as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Baptist Health, Floyd, in New Albany, Indiana. She is an associate professor of pathology at the University of Louisville …Read More
Dr. and Mrs. Saha Make Major Gift to Centennial Legacy Society
Gopal Saha, PhD, and his wife, Sipra, became founding members of the Centennial Legacy Society’s prestigious Centennial Circle with a generous gift they call a tribute to Cleveland Clinic.
Alumnus Honors His Father, His Field and His Training by Riding in VeloSano
Alumni who are passionate about patient care and medical research and looking for a fun way to support both should consider joining Joseph A. Bauer, PhD, and the rest of the VeloSano Alumni Team this year. Dr. Bauer shares why he joined the team and how important VeloSano is to cancer research at Cleveland Clinic.
David O. Taylor, MD, Recognized with Special Achievement Award
For his notable accomplishments, including exceptional patient care and leadership, Dr. David O. Taylor, who passed away on Feb. 5 at the age of 60, is being honored with The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Alumni Association Special Achievement Award.
Cleveland Clinic Alumna Urges Action on Climate Change
A nationally recognized expert on climate change and health, Renee N. Salas, MD, MPH, MS (’09), is the lead author on a pivotal climate change report, tracking the ways in which climate change is affecting the health of Americans.
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Alumnus Models Healthcare for Vogue
Cleveland Clinic Alum, Siriorn P. Watcharananan, MD, has a new position to add to her professional CV: cover model for Vogue Thailand. And like other Vogue models, she is wearing the latest fashion – in this case, a mask and gown.
Building THE BRIDGE PROJECT
Before becoming a physician, Matthew Kampert, DO, (FM’19, PC/SM’20), was an exercise physiologist. In that role, he says, he saw firsthand how people improved their health through lifestyle choices. He wanted to help influence the direction of healthcare, turning it toward disease prevention.
Alumni Association Honors Fellow, Intern
The Alumni Association congratulates cardiology fellow Amit Goyal, MD, who received the Michener Award for his innovative educational podcast, and Kavya Kommaraju, MD, who became the 33rd annual GL-1 Award Recipient.