Joseph Giordano, M.D., former chair of the Department of Surgery at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, received the Alumni Achievement Award from the Jefferson Medical College Alumni Association for his extraordinary 40-year career in trauma surgery.

In 1980, men and women who were diagnosed with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) had little to no hope of living long, full lives. Thanks to advances in science and medicine, this is no longer the case.

Legacy families and adopt-a-doc families from 1975–96, gathered for the second annual Medical Legacy Brunch at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C. Aug. 18.

Develop the right mentors, continue to learn, and be open and alert. These were words of advice given by Jonathan Himmelfarb, M.D. ’83, professor of Medicine and Joseph W.