News & Notes

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Jenny T. Wang, Ph.D., (Biomedical Sciences ’09)
published Permission to Come Home, a book analyzing Asian American and immigrant identities and their effects on mental health.

Medical School

Vincent Michaud, M.D., (Medicine ’88)
NASA's Deputy Chief Health and Medical Officer, spoke to UT Southwestern medical students as a guest presenter.

Brett Miles, M.D., D.D.S., (Medicine ’02)
appointed Chair of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital in New York, New York, as well as Vice President of Otolaryngology for Northwell Health System's Western Region.

Bradford W. Holland, M.D., (Medicine ’97)
re-elected Speaker of the Texas Medical Association's House of Delegates, the organization's policymaking body.

Richard W. "Rick" Snyder II, M.D., (Medicine ’87, Fellow ’93)
named President-Elect of Texas Medical Association.

Friends we'll miss

Wayne Agnew, M.D., (Housestaff ’58)
a U.S. Army flight surgeon who co-founded the Arlington Women's Clinic in Arlington, Texas, died Mar. 2, 2022.

James M. Allen, M.D., (Medicine ’05)
a Dallas native, outdoorsman, and world traveler, who specialized in psychiatry, died Apr. 18, 2022.

Robert L. Allison, M.D., (Medicine ’57)
an U.S. Air Force internist and cardiologist who had a 36-year private practice in internal medicine died Jan. 1, 2022.

John W. Boyd, M.D., (Medicine ’82)
an anesthesiologist and Founder of Pinnacle Anesthesia died Mar. 26, 2022.

Christopher Lee Bryson, M.D., (Medicine ’97)
a clinician and pioneering investigator in the early efforts to measure medication adherence died Mar. 12, 2022.

J. Paul Crider, M.D., (Medicine ’73)
a resident of Houston died May 7, 2022.

John P. Eberts, M.D., (Medicine ’61)
a former radiologist at the United States Army Hospital in Okinawa who held leadership positions in local, state, and national medical organizations died Feb. 27, 2022.

James W. Geisler, M.D., (Medicine ’55)
an Air Force veteran and Professor of Medicine at Ochsner LSU Health - Monroe Medical Center died Jan. 13, 2022.

James E. Goodwin, M.D., (Medicine ’82)
the first Internal Medicine Inpatient Hospitalist hired when Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City began its program died May 10, 2022.

John G. Henry, M.D., (Medicine ’66)
a Navy veteran who deployed with a MASH unit in Vietnam and practiced as a general surgeon for more than 35 years died Mar. 31, 2022.

Carol S. Kelly-James, (Graduate School ’76)
a counselor to sexual assault victims and expert witness for the Dallas County courts who invented a rape kit still in use died Mar. 14, 2022.

Elbert H. Lewis, M.D., (Medicine ’52)
an Air Force veteran, Navy reservist, and a plastic and reconstructive surgeon died May 12, 2022.

James D. Maberry, M.D., (Medicine ’60)
an Army doctor who practiced dermatology in Fort Worth, Texas, for almost 50 years died Mar. 23, 2022.

Hodges L. Martin, M.D., (Medicine ’64)
an Army veteran in Korea who served as Chief of Staff for the Choctaw National Indian Hospital and later as adjunct faculty for the University of Alabama died Jan. 5, 2022.

Don McCord, M.D., (Medicine ’53)
a U.S. Navy surgeon who practiced at Medical City Dallas and in the surrounding communities died Mar. 16, 2022.

Jack H. McCubbin, M.D., (Medicine ’71)
a U.S. Army National Guard veteran and OB/GYN for more than 30 years died Mar. 1, 2022.

Carroll T. Moore, M.D., (Medicine ’67)
a member of the U.S. Army Medical Department, Chief of Orthopedics at the General Leonard Wood Army Hospital in Missouri, and an orthopedic surgeon in Big Spring, Texas, died Mar. 29, 2022.

David Newbern, M.D., (Housestaff ‘56)
an Air Force reservist and former Air Force radiologist who was one of seven founding partners of Radiology Associates died Apr. 24, 2022.

Gerald B. Phillips, M.D., (Medicine ‘59)
a county jail physician, Medical Director of multiple nursing homes and Atacosa County EMS, and a faculty member of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio died Apr. 27, 2022.

William Rubenstein, M.D., (Housestaff ‘72)
an Air Force Captain and Flight Surgeon who served as Chief of Surgery at Memorial Hermann Hospital died Mar. 27, 2022.

Walter N. Skinner, M.D., (Medicine ‘59)
an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and member of the Texas Medical Board who practiced 38 years at Presbyterian Hospital and was the first Chairman of the hospital's teaching program died Jan. 15, 2022.

Wynne M. Snoots, M.D., (Medicine ’64)
a general orthopedist appointed to the Texas Medical Board who held academic appointments at UT Southwestern and Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine died Mar. 31, 2022.

Walter D. Wilkerson Jr., M.D., (Medicine ‘55)
a U.S. Navy physician who served as Chairman of the Texas State Board of Health died Apr. 29, 2022.

James F. Witten, M.D., (Medicine ‘55)
a U.S. Navy ship’s doctor who practiced with the Medical Arts Clinic in Corsicana, Texas, died Feb. 24, 2022.