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Monday, March 29, 2010
John and Tee Kelly served as hosts for the event.
New Waves in Medicine was the theme of this year’s Fund for Medicine Gala, held March 27, 2010 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel. “Our faculty work to extend the knowledge of science and the scope of practice, creating new horizons in medicine,” said E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA, acting president of the
These new waves of discovery were highlighted in a video about faculty research breakthroughs shown to the over 700 guests who attended the gala (click on video to the right to view it now). The evening also included a presentation about the ongoing work that many of our faculty are doing in
After the program, which was hosted by John Kelly of Kelly Benefit Strategies and his wife, Tee, guests couldn’t resist hitting the dance floor thanks to a vibrant performance by Mood Swings, featuring alumnus Jack Vaeth, MD, Class of 1992.
The gala raised more than $376,000 for the
Special thanks goes to the sponsors of this year’s gala. Whiting Turner was the presenting sponsor of the event. Platinum Sponsors were PNC Bank and
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A powerful image from the Power Point presentation on our faculty's mission work in Haiti.
Dean Reece thanked the many generous donors who came out to support the School of Medicine even in these trying financial times.
Last year's hosts, Dr. Robert E. Fischell and wife Susan, could not resist cutting a rug to the sounds of Mood Swings.
Dr. Donald Wilson, former dean of the School of Medicine, and his wife Patricia caught up with Michael Cryor, chair of the Board of Visitors.
The wave theme extended to the decor, which featured rich shades of blue.
The guest list included students, as well as faculty, donors and other friends of the School.