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UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association

board of directors

President
Topher Stephenson, M.D.,

Residency 2008

Vice President
John M. Osborn, M.D.,

Residency 1972

Daniel Benson, M.D.
Residency 1973

Mark V. Blum, M.D.
1977

Matthew S. Chan, M.D., 2004

Terrance T. Chang, M.D.,
1975

Jamie Cobb, M.D.,1993
Residency 1996

Douglas S. Gross, M.D., Ph.D., 1990

Kimberly A. Henry, M.D., 1985

Richard S. Isaacs, M.D., FACS,
Residency 1995

Jamie McManus, M.D., FAAFP, 1979

Peggy Portwood, M.D., 1977
Residency 1980

Firdos Sheikh, M.D., 1994

John Vogelsang, M.D.,
Residency 1998

Gordon G. Yenokida, M.D., 1975

ex officio members

Mark C. Henderson, M.D., FACP
Associate Dean, Admissions and Outreach

Timothy Maurice, M.B.A.
Chief Financial Officer, UC Davis Health System

Julie A. Freischlag, M.D.
Vice Chancellor, Human Health Sciences,
Dean, School of Medicine

Chong Porter
Associate Vice Chancellor, Health Sciences Development

Ben A. Rich, J.D., Ph.D.
UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association,
Endowed Chair of Bioethics

Mark Yarborough, Ph.D.
Dean's Professor of Bioethics, UC Davis Health System

school of medicine alumni office

Elizabeth Abad
Senior Director of Development, Alumni and School of Medicine

Welcome to the Medical Alumni section of UC Davis Medicine magazine. This section includes news and updates from the UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association. It is also a source to keep in touch with faculty, staff, students and graduates of UC Davis Health System’s many programs.

Mother and daughter share the journey of being doctors

Alumni Spotlight:
Mother and daughter share the journey of being doctors

Spend some time with UC Davis medical alumnae Joan Smith-Maclean and Hayley Coker and you'll find scant evidence of a generation gap between the mother and daughter physicians.

Drugs and the pregnant patient: Perils, pitfalls and promising policy approaches

On Bioethics: Ben Rich
Drugs and the pregnant patient: Perils, pitfalls and promising policy approaches

Enlightened public policy approaches to cases involving pregnant women with a legitimate medical need for medications that pose potential risks to the fetus can come about only through the inclusion of a multidisciplinary clinical perspective.

Alumni updates Fall 2014

Alumni Updates

 UC Davis Health > Fall 2014 > Health Alumni and Friends

Spring 2014

Fall 2014 Issue Cover
Fall 2014 Issue

UC Davis Children's Hospital promotes a lifetime of health

UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni