General Surgery Resident, Dr. Abby Gross, Named GL-1 Award Recipient

Abby Gross, MD, General Surgery, says she was “very honored and surprised” to be named the 2022 recipient of the Cleveland Clinic Alumni Association’s Graduate Level-One Award. The award recognizes clinical excellence/knowledge, interpersonal communication skills, character and unique accomplishments. Dr. Gross earned her medical degree at Case Western Reserve University after graduating from the University … Read More

Longtime Researcher Shares Gratitude

In 1976, Belinda Yen-Lieberman, PhD (RES/I’78), began her post-doctoral fellowship training at Cleveland Clinic. As her career progressed, she served as Medical Director of the Clinical and Molecular Virology Lab for 26 years. Today, she works as Contract Staff in the Microbiology Lab Special Projects Section. In all, she has been a caregiver at Cleveland … Read More

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Cancer. Dementia. Multiple Sclerosis. Patients faced with life-altering diagnoses like these and other serious conditions often seek out a second opinion. But, for a variety of reasons, second opinions can sometimes be difficult to obtain. The Cleveland Clinic has stepped up to help these patients— and is changing the entire second-opinion paradigm in the process— … Read More

Congratulations to our 2021 Alumni Award Recipients

GEORGE E. TESAR, MD:KNOWN FOR HUMOR, HUMILITY, SKILLED LEADERSHIP George E. Tesar, MD (IM’80), who recently retired after 31 years at Cleveland Clinic, received awards throughout his career. These include Cleveland Clinic’s Bruce Hubbard Stewart Award; Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association; recurring recognition as one of the Best Doctors in America; Exemplary Psychiatrist Award … Read More

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Alumnus Joins Kidney Transplant Team

On completing her fellowship training at Cleveland Clinic in 2014, Hannah Kerr, MD (U/RT’14) was given a rare and exciting opportunity to return to New Mexico, where she did her residency, to develop and lead a brand-new pancreas transplant program. While there, at Presbyterian Hospital, she also made medical history by performing New Mexico’s first-ever kidney/pancreas transplant. Now, Dr. Kerr is back at Cleveland Clinic as a member of the transplant team led by Alvin Wee, MD (U/RT’08), at the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute’s Center for Renal and Pancreas Transplantation.  “My Cleveland … Read More