Class Notes — Holiday 2010

Medical School
Phillip Z. Saba, M.D. (’47)
Frank H. Austin Jr., M.D. (’48)
Jerome Gaber, M.D. (’48)
James Walter Gilbert, M.D. (’52)
Larry A. Gladstone, M.D. (’52)
William S. Marrow, M.D. (’52)
John Edward Griffin, M.D. (’56)
Francis “Mac” McIntyre, M.D. (’57)
Forrest Benjamin Selman, M.D. (’57)
Allen F. Reid, M.D. (’59)
Jerry R. Roberts, M.D. (’61)
Gary Louis Rose, M.D. (’75)
Joe L. Wallace, M.D. (’76)
Steven C. Elbein, M.D. (’80)


Loyce Leanore Crawford, M.D.
Richard L. McDonald, M.D.
Jack S. Stern, M.D.

School of Health Professions
David E. Walston (’76)
Virginia Lane Cleary (’87)
Pamela Pope (’96)

Graduate School
Benita Mays (’69)

1966: Allen Childs, M.D., president of the Class of ‘66, has published the first history of Texas’ most famous thoroughfare, Austin’s Sixth Street (Arcadia Publications). He invites classmates and others with Austin memories to see excerpts at his website:

1994:  Deidi (Strickland) Bergestuen, M.D., who lives in Oslo, Norway, with her husband, was awarded a Ph.D. in medicine by the University of Oslo on Sept. 3. Her project involved studying the pathogenesis behind cardiac fibrosis associated with small intestinal neuroendocrine tumors as well as searching for potential new biomarkers for this condition. She currently works in the division of gastroenterology at Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet (the national referral hospital) and is one of three physicians running the National Center for Neuroendocrine Tumors at the institution.

1988: Michael Holdeman, M.D., is now a practicing anesthesiologist/pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist in Greenville, N.C., with his wife, Molly, and their children, Noah, 10, and Ella, 6.  He celebrated his 50th birthday this summer by swimming the Strait of Gibraltar.

2000: Colby Evans, M.D., was named to the Board of Trustees by the National Psoriasis Foundation in recognition of his commitment as a longtime member and volunteer.

2004: Matthew A. Stair, M.D., has joined Radiology Associates in Baton Rouge, La.  He is a board-certified, fellowship-trained radiologist who brings a comprehensive radiological background to the group. “It’s a privilege for me to be back home in my local community,” Dr. Stair said. 


1996: Pamela Marshall, Ph.D., is proud to announce her tenure and promotion to associate professor, in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University.  Further, Dr. Marshall was recognized as an Exemplar in the process.

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