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Volume 5, Number 38Space holderSept. 21, 2001

Mulligan, Fishbein, Aldea, and Deaver at press conference
Photo of Van Voorhis and Jarvis
UW faculty members go beyond call of duty during national crisis

Pictured above during a Sept. 17 press conference, from left to right, are Drs. Mulligan, Fishbein, Aldea and Joan Deaver, wife of lung transplant recipient Ralph Deaver of Onalaska, Wash. Mulligan flew with the donor organs from Anchorage to Seattle the day after the attack and was intercepted by a fighter jet.

At left are Dr. Wesley Van Voorhis and his wife, Rev. Debra Jarvis. The couple were in New York City during the attack and they volunteered their services to assist victims and recovery efforts.

For details on their efforts, see the lead story in this issue.

Happenstance brings UW faculty to New York City rescue

A cardiology conference and, in another case, a visit with friends put at least two UW-affiliated physicians in the vicinity of the Sept. 11 destruction of the World Trade Center. (Full Story)

ZymoGenetics names building for Davie

ZymoGenetics has named one of its buildings in honor of UW biochemist Earl W. Davie, a pioneer in blood coagulation research. (Full Story)

American Medical News features WWAMI rural medicine teaching

The Sept. 10 issue of American Medical News contains an article on the ways the UW School of Medicine and the WWAMI program expose medical students to rural practice. (Full Story)

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