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May 20, 1983 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Gary Friedlaender New
Head of Medical Association

Dr. Gary Friedlaender,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Alex

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Friedlaender of Huntington
Woods, was elected
president of the American
Association of Tissue
Banks.
The younger Dr. Fried-
laender, a former Detroiter
of New Haven, Conn., last
year won one of the nation's
highest awards for medical
research, the Kappa Delta
Award, for his research into
"Apropos Bone Allografts."
He was educated at Ke-
nyon College, the Univer-
sity of Michigan and pur-
sued an internship and re-
sidency at the U-M Medical
Center and a residency at
Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Dr. Friedlaender was
awarded several re-
search fellowships, won
numerous honors and
was appointed to many
honorary societies. He
holds membership in
many professional
societies and associa-
tions.

He is the author or co-
author of numerous articles
for professional medical
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The Jewish community of
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Joseph Eisenberg, the
executive director of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, at a Negev Testimonial
Dinner June 22 at Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue,
under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund.
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of Windsor-Essex County,
as a founder of the Windsor
Mental Health Council,
teacher of sociology at the
University of Windsor, lec-
turer in group work and
community organization,
and as a participant in the
work of the United Israel
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Jewish Congress and
Canada-Israel Committee.
The Dinner Chairman
will be William Silver,
president of the Jewish
Community Council of
Windsor.
The proceeds from this
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the creation of "Galil
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will hold two Havura Study
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The first will take place
July 4-10 at the University
of Hartford, West Hartford,
Conn. and the second Aug.
8-14 at the Douglass Cam-
pus of Rutgers University,
in New Brunswick, N.J.
For information on either
program, write the Havura
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way, New York, N.Y.
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