Kenneth Kiehl, M.D. ’56, retired from his family practice in obstetrics, pediatrics, internal medicine, and surgery.

Donald M. Allen, M.D. ’71, is a diagnostic radiologist who has served as president and counselor of the Virginia Chapter of the American College of Radiology for six years.

Bruce L. Bigman, M.D. ’71, has a private practice in internal medicine and critical care in Deland, Florida. Dr. Bigman has served as chief of medicine, chief of staff, head of the ICU Committee, and head of cardiology services at the local hospital. He also is the vice-chief of the hospital board.

Arthur Deo Klein III, M.D. ’71, served as chief of dermatology, chief of medicine, and acting commander in several military health care facilities before retiring from the Army in 1990. Dr. Klein now has a private dermatology practice in Statesboro, Georgia.

Marlene Langer, M.D. ’71, has a gynecology practice emphasizing perimenopause and menopause in Tiburon, California. Besides her practice, Dr. Langer owns a small business that produces Juice Plus Vegetable Whole Food Supplement for Preventive Health Care.

Stuart Rollin Weiss, M.D ’71, is primarily involved in research on new endocrine therapies for the pharmaceutical industry, after practicing consultative endocrinology until 1989. He is heavily involved in the development of insulin by inhalation. Dr. Weiss has been published in The New England Journal of Medicine and many other journals. He also has appeared on several national news broadcasts, such as Good Morning America and NBC Nightly News, discussing advances in osteoporosis and the development of new drugs for its treatment.

Elliott M. Stein, M.D. ’73, was named the recipient of the 2001 Jack Weinberg Memorial Award in Geriatric Psychiatry. The Weinberg Award recognizes leadership in geriatric psychiatry practice, training, or research. Dr. Stein has a private practice in Miami Beach, Florida, that specializes in the treatment of older adults suffering from depression, stress disorders, relationship problems, memory problems, and other problems that occur later in life.

Kathy Zeoli, M.D. ’79, is practicing dermatology at the Skin Cancer Treatment Center in Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Al Rivera, M.D. ’81, is a retina and vitreous subspecialist at the Center for Excellence in Eye Care at Baptist Hospital in Miami, Florida. He also serves as the president of A & L Associates, Inc., a worldwide e-commerce business that he operates with his wife of 20 years, Lourdes. Dr. Rivera also sings as a baritone for the Florida Grand Opera Chorus.

Steven D. Weiss, M.D. ’81, is the medical director of laboratories at Northwestern Medical Center and associate pathologist at American Laboratory Associates, a division of Ameripath, in Margate, Florida.

Ron Zodkevitch, M.D. ’84, is a board-certified adult and child psychiatrist working closely with the Screen Actors Guild in Beverly Hills, California. In addition, Dr. Zodkevitch is an associate professor at UCLA.

Bruce Eisenberg, M.D. ’87, is an active voluntary professor of pediatrics at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Eisenberg also has a private practice in Miami Beach, Florida.

Faith Rochell Protsman , M.D. ’90, recently opened the Center for Stress Management in Gilroy, California, where she is practicing privately with an emphasis on stress management and wellness medicine.

Caroline Szabo Cederquist, M.D. ’91, is medical director of Cederquist Medical Wellness Center, where she specializes in the treatment of overweight adults and children. She also is nearing publication of a book titled How to Help Your Overweight Child.

David Flum, M.D. ’91, recently became a general surgeon at the University of Washington after finishing three years of public health service on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona.

Michael S. Friedman, M.D. ’91, completed his medical residency in pediatrics, then worked in Rald, India, for one year before taking part in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) public health fellowship. Upon completion of the fellowship, Dr. Friedman spent two years working for the Indian Health Service in Zuni, New Mexico, and currently is studying air pollution and asthma at the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia.

David Ring, M.D ’91, has plans for a fellowship in interventional radiology at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, upon completion of his obligation to the U.S. Navy.

Jeremy A. Schwartz, M.D. ’97, is chief resident in orthopaedics at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. In August, Dr. Schwartz will begin a one-year fellowship in foot and ankle surgery in Tampa, Florida.

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