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July 11, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-11

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WSU Medical School Award Named for Late Dr. Brown

A group of physicians
from Sinai Hospital of De-
troit has established a stu-
dent scholarship award at
the Wayne State University
School of Medicine in mem-
ory of their longtime col-
league, Dr. Saul Brown.
Dr. Sidney Kobernick and
associates, pathologists at
Sinai Hospital, have
created the Saul Brown
Memorial Prize in Path-
ology to annually recognize
one sophomore medical stu-
dent's outstanding per-
formance in the study of
that specialty. The award is
Lo be presented each year
uring the school of

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PD POL AE A/

VOTE AUG 5TH

PATRICIA A. KELLY

State Representative — 69th District

GU. C.
Trojan

medicine's Alumni Reunion
Day.
The late Dr. Brown, a
1951 WSU Medical School
graduate, served on the
pathology staff of Sinai
Hospital for 25 years. A spe-
cialist in gynecological
pathology, he was a clinical
associate professor of path-
ology at WSU at the time of
his death in a drowning ac-
cident in August 1978. Dr.
Brown is remembered by
his colleagues as a skilled,
knowledgeable physician
with a warm sense of
humor.
Dr. Kobernick and
associates hope to per-
petuate Dr. Brown's
memory and encourage
an interest among medi-
cal students in the spe-
cialty of pathology
through the establish-
ment of the Saul Brown
award. The student
selected each year for the
prize will have his-her
name inscribed upon a
plaque displayed in the

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H. Scott Hall of Basic
Medical Sciences, and
also will receive a schol-
arship award.

The first Saul Brown
Memorial Prize in Path-
ology will be awarded in
May 1981.

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Alecia Sue Wise and
Stephen Craig Heaslip
were married in a recent
ceremony at Kingsley Inn.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
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The bride is the daughter of
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Detroit News staff writer
Jim Treloar described on
Sunday the work of Dr.
George Mogill of Hun-
tington Woods in aiding
people to stop smoking.
Dr: Mogill claims an
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He gives the patient an
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Wayne State University Medical School Interim
Dean Dr. Lawrence Weiner, left, accepts the Saul
Brown Memorial Scholarship from Sinai Hospital
pathologist Dr. Sidney Kobernick.

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Friday, July 11, 1980 31

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —
Albert M. Sacks, who be-
lieves that 10 years is "long
enough for anyone,to serve
as a dean," resigned from
his post of dean of the Har-
vard Law school last month.
Sacks, who had been in
the post since 1971, will re-
main on the faculty at Har-
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