Paul Benedetto, MD (IM’09, D’12, MSDO’13), is Chair of the Dermatology Department at Cleveland Clinic Florida and the Alumni Association Board Specialty Director for Dermatology. Q. Describe your current position. A. I currently serve as Chair of the Dermatology Department for Cleveland Clinic Florida. Our group of five physicians and three APPs sees patients in …Read More
Gratitude led him to make gifts supporting cardiology at Cleveland Clinic and the Alumni Association’s Centennial Legacy Society project. In doing so, he says, he is honoring both his medical training and his love for his parents, Dr. Ralph and Kathryn Young.
Anthony J. “Tony” Thomas Jr., MD (Staff’82), who passed away Nov. 5, 2017, is being honored for his expertise, kindness and compassion with an Alumni Association Special Achievement Award. The award was established to recognize exceptional, enduring achievements and leadership at Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic alumni Gregory Hall, MD, MBA (IM’94) and Charles Modlin, MD, MBA, (U/RT’96), Founder and Director of the Minority Men’s Health Center of Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological Institute and Executive Director of Minority Health for Cleveland Clinic, have served together on the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. Independently, they focus on healthcare disparities and the health concerns of the African American community.
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Cleveland Clinic is the first hospital in the world to use a recently FDA-approved ablation technology that can destroy large liver tumors.
Aziz Nazha, MD, (H/O’16), and his team of medical students, residents and fellows at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence are helping to shape a new field of medicine that will improve patient outcomes and reduce the cost of care.
In the Biomedical Engineering Department, Dr. Jihad Kaouk and five engineers are working on robotic automation.
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.
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.
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.