Michael Frakes (Accel ’97) and Malisa Iannino Frakes welcomed a son, Gabriele Ray, on July 23. He joins his brother Charlie at their home in Mansfield, MA. Michael is the chief quality officer and director of clinical care for Boston MedFlight. Malisa is a clinical nurse in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Anne-Marie Somerville completed her doctor of nurse anesthesia practice at Texas Wesleyan University in August 2019. She earned an MSN from the University of North Carolina–Greensboro and her post-master’s certificate in nurse anesthesia from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in 2011. In August, she was a presenter at the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress, where she discussed best practices to mitigate emergence delirium in adult patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Erica Wikan spoke with Inspirational Podcast about offering acupuncture to pregnant patients at a Swedish OB/GYN. Listen here.
Katherine Whitlow received her MPH from the University of Colorado with areas of concentration in community behavioral health and global health. Katherine was also the Daisy Award recipient at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Czareyna “Zare” Carcellar opened Zare MedSpa & Wellness in Nottingham, MD.
David Hunt, ’04, ’11, became senior vice president of the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center after serving University Maryland Medical Center for 12 years.
Deborah Cory continues to be a leader with the American College of Cardiology (ACC). She is currently working on a journal article on telemontoring and older adults, a two-day workshop at the ACC’s Heart House, and an ACC Scientific Session on telemedicine.
Roberto L. Roman Laporte is one of the first 50 people to earn the Evidence-based Practice certification offered by the Helene Fuld Trust National Institute, the only globally recognized EBP-C certificate.
Pictured at top: Dean Patricia Davidson hosted a dinner for alumni atop the landmark Meier & Frank Building in Portland, OR.
Johns Hopkins In Memoriam
Gertrude Raab Bengtson ’45
Joan Urch Huse ’60
Margaret Sussmann Izzo ’69
Mary Ellen Mackert ’52
Alice Kay Potter ’46