Published quarterly, Vermont Medicine magazine features news and stories about faculty, students, staff, alumni, and the community.
Strapped into a passenger seat of a twin-engine aircraft a few hundred feet above White Plains, N.Y., John Mazuzan, M.D.’54, certainly had no time to think of the next 50 years stretching out ahead of him. Having another 50 minutes guaranteed would have been more than enough.
Along the bays and beaches of the Long Island shoreline, a vibrant mix of land and sea creatures captivated the attention of a little boy so deeply that he knew by the age of seven he would one day be a biologist. A couple of hours to the north, in a town east of Hartford, Conn., the son of a widowed Irish maid grew to be an ...
Helen White,* a twenty three-year-old skateboarder, grits her teeth and lets out a deep grunting moan. Her knuckles look like hamburger meat. She has black flakes of blood on her lower lip and around her nose, a curving laceration across her forehead, and two glistening gashes in her knee.