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Karl Landsteiner, ForMemRS (June 14, 1868 – June 26, 1943), was an Austrian biologist and physician and immunologist. He distinguished the main blood groups in 1900. Continue reading Karl Landsteiner
Established in November 2008, The Connecticut Doctors’ Orchestra (CDO) is comprised of a group of health care and medical science professionals who love music and wish to share music with the community. Continue reading The Connecticut Doctors Orchestra
THE DOCTORS ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK is celebrating its 78th Season. It was founded in 1938 by physicians interested in performing symphonic music under the direction of Ignatz Waghalter (see December 2016 Concert information for more on Waghalter or waghalter.com). Continue reading THE DOCTORS ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
Perri Klass is an American pediatrician and writer who has published extensively about her medical training and pediatric practice. Among her subjects have been the issues of women in medicine, relationships between doctors and patients, and children and literacy. She is the author of both fiction and nonfiction novels, stories, essays, and journalism. Continue reading Perri Klass
Ray is a native of Snyder, Texas, where his parents were advised by a doctor to have him play a wind instrument as therapy for childhood asthma. A call to relatives soon turned up an old slide trombone in the family. So at age 10 Ray began a life-long love affair with music and the trombone. Continue reading Ray Ware
Mitchell Gibson, MD is a board-certified forensic psychiatrist, writer, artist, software developer, public speaker, and spiritual teacher. He has been listed among the Top Doctors in Arizona and one of the “Best Doctors in America”. Continue reading Mitchell Gibson
It is very fitting that the heart of this organization is a medical doctor. Since his retirement from the practice of radiology, Dr. Dave Dahlgren has become an active freelance solo and ensemble performer on bass trombone, as well as on tenor trombone. Continue reading Dave Dahlgren
Internationally recognized healer ERIC PEARL has appeared on countless television programs in the US and around the world, spoken by invitation at the United Nations, presented to a full house at Madison Square Garden and his seminars have been featured in various publications including The New York Times. Continue reading Eric Pearl
In 2005, Shelby Marquardt, the creator of blue sky scrubs, LLC, was an anesthesiology resident at Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas when she introduced the good-looking scrub hats that were blue sky’s first product. Continue reading Shelby Marquardt
John Diamond has written numerous books about applied kinesiology, music, spiritualit, holistic medicine. Continue reading John Diamond
Sir David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, spiritual lecturer, and mystic. Author of more than eight books, including the bestseller Power vs. Force, Dr. Hawkins’s work has been translated into more than 17 languages. Continue reading David Ramon Hawkins
Caroline Myss (pronounced mace; born 1952) is an American author of numerous books and audio tapes, including five New York Times Best Sellers: Anatomy of the Spirit (1996), Why People Don’t Heal and How They Can (1998), Sacred Contracts (2002), Invisible Acts of Power (2004), Entering The Castle (2007), and Defy Gravity (2009). Her most recent book, Archetypes: Who Are You? was published in 2013. She describes herself as a medical intuitive and a mystic. Continue reading Caroline Myss
Marlo Morgan (born September 29, 1937) is an American author, best known for the bestselling book Mutant Message Down Under. She has also written Message from Forever (1998), another novel based on Australian Aboriginal themes. She lives in Lee Summit, Missouri. Her first novel, Mutant Message Down Under, was a New York Times bestseller for thirty-one weeks and was published in twenty-four countries. Continue reading Marlo Morgan
Tess Gerritsen (born June 12, 1953) is an American novelist and retired physician. Continue reading Tess Gerritsen
Jonathan Max Mann (July 30, 1947 – September 2, 1998) was an American physician who was an administrator for the World Health Organization, and spearheaded much early AIDS research in the 1980s. He was co-founder of the charity organisation DoctorsOfTheWorld. Continue reading Jonathan Mann
The music, covering a 50-year span, will be the work of the Musical Medics, an orchestra made up of members of the Huntington Memorial Hospital medical staff. The creators of this prime-time music are Dr. Ted Burdomy, anesthesiologist, on drums; Dr. Larry Jones, urologist, on trombone; Dr. Allen Mathies Jr., former hospital president, on vocals; Dr. Malcolm Mitchell, internal medicine/oncology, on piano; and Dr. Patrick Plunkett, orthopedic surgeon, on saxophone.
Dr Blues has spent his entire life wrapped around music from all of its aspects. Early on, he worked as a roots DJ, fronted own bands, worked as a recording engineer in Europe and USA (Stone Tone Studios), engineered instrument amplification and sound enforcement systems.
Lambert Abeyatunge is a surgeon from Las Vegas who plays the saxophone very beautifully and professionally. Continue reading Lambert Abeyatunge
Reuben Hoch is an excellent Jazz drummer and creates events and groups like: The Chassidic Jazz Project, The Miami Jazz Quartet, Time, pocket Junkies. Continue reading Reuben Hoch
Fawzi Habboushe is founder and conductor of the Philadelphia Medical Chamber Orchestra and conducted it for 25 years. Continue reading Fawzi Habboushe
The Philadelphia Doctors’ Chamber Orchestra is a nonprofit organization made up of approximately 40 volunteer musicians. Our mission is to present and perpetuate symphonic music for the community.
The orchestra was founded and is conducted by Dr. Fawzi Habboushe, a general and thoracic surgeon. The membership was originally comprised largely, but not exclusively, of medical professionals. Our current membership reflects many diverse backgrounds, all brought together by a love of music. Continue reading Philadelphia Doctors Chamber Orchestra
Robert Lee “Bobby” Satcher, Jr. (born September 22, 1965) is an American physician, chemical engineer, and NASA astronaut. He became the first orthopedic surgeon in space during STS-129. He participated in 2 spacewalks during STS-129, accumulating 12hrs 19min of EVA time. Satcher holds two doctorates (Ph.D., M.D.) and has received numerous awards and honors as a surgeon and engineer. He is married and has two children. Bobby Satcher enjoys running, scuba diving, and reading.