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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "A recipient of the Alma Dea Morani Renaissance Woman in Medicine award and the President of the United States Award for Science the highest prestigious award in the United States. She was the first woman to…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: " She is the geriatric doctor taking care of my husband and myself. She is a gentle caring human being, always available to allay my anxieties and is very complete in assessing complications and preventing…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Friend and co-worker at Montefiore Medical Center. She was a radiotherapist whom I worked closely with for my patients and clinics. She had been a graduate of University of Pennsylvania and entered med…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Ellen R. Gritz, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who is the chair of the Department of Behavioral Science at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. Her work in cancer prevention, especially…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Edie Langner is a retired Internist and Endocrinologist affiliated with Weill-Cornell Medical College. For many years she has worked with medical students in the 'Art of Observation' class at the Frick…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "This is a psychological portrait with photo collage. Christine was a winner of Alma Dea Morani Renaissance Woman in Medicine. She was known for her work in Womens health issues and sports medicine and she…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Dr. Catherine D. DeAngelis currently serves as Editor-in-chief of JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. Before her appointment with JAMA, she served as vice dean for Academic Affairs and…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Dr Nadelson has had a major impact on the career development and advancement of women physicians and scientists throughout the world, pioneered work in women's health and mental health, dedicated herself to…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Awardee of Alma Dea Morani Renaissance Woman in Medicine. Received Noble Prize for Doctors for Human Rights. Her husband Leon is on the faculty and both have Emeritus status at Harvard University. We met in…

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Artist Wilma Siegel describes the subject: "Awardee of Alma dea Morani Award. Dr. Barlow is Professor and Director of Surgery, Columbia University at Harlem Hospital and Director of the Injury Free Coalition of Kids, which has its main offices at the…
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