Messages for MD'20 Graduates
Messages for MD'20 Graduates
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Dr. Brian Alverson
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Dr. Katherine Sharkey
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Dr. Lisa Swartz Topor
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Dr. Jordan White
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Mark Zonfrillo '99 MD'03
Jillian and Wes,
You've taken flight, now it's time to soar!!!!!
You have worked and studied with great focus and dedication, progressing from eager naïveté (remember 1st year “Doctoring” class with your mentor?) to confident fledgling physician. Now your next challenge awaits you. Best wishes for a successful and fulfilling career.
One of the happiest moments of my life was when I graduated from Brown Medical School in May 2005- it was a day of culmination of hard work and the door to a lifetime of giving in the medical profession. While these are unprecedented circumstances and you are all not getting the traditional graduation ceremony today, I truly believe that you have never been more needed on the battlefield more than right now. You should be proud of your amazing achievements, and the day will come next year or maybe at your 5-year reunion to have a physical party to celebrate! I am so excited to call you all my colleagues and welcome you to this wonderful profession that you chose. Chapeau!
To Sigrid with seven "L"'s:
We are very proud of you. We are really LUCKY to have a LOVELY daughter. It never occurs to us that our enjoyable daughter is becoming a promising medical doctor today. We are greatly appreciated your passion in medical fields and your hard working over the past years. With good cheers, we strongly believe that you will continue to LOVE your patients, to LISTEN to your patients and to LEARN the updated medical knowledge.
Wish you have a wonderful LIFE - LONG medical career and a happy family!
Congratulations, Hannah! We are so proud of you and cannot even begin to imagine all the wonderful things you will accomplish in your career. As a clinician, mentor, and leader we are certain you will continue to make the world a better place and bring joy to all those who enter your orbit, as you have always done with us. Love you to the moon and back! Xo
Heartiest Congratulations to our Princess Dr.Karishma Bhatia. We are so proud of you. We love you. May your kindness, compassion, courage, skills & knowledge bring comfort to all your patients. Love & Blessings,
Messages for MD'20 Students -- from Dr. Shideh Shafie
Congratulations to our son, Dr. Evan Stern. We wish you well as you begin your residency in Emergency Medicine. Cheers to the Class of 2020!
Hi Dr. Joey DiZoglio, Jr. !!! Congratulations on this milestone achievement. On to St. Francis Hospital, Hartford CT. for Ob/Gyn. !! Best wishes, Love, Mom, Dad, Ben
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 - We enjoyed working with all of you at Women and Infants.
Matt, we are bursting with joy for you and all of the graduates! Please know that love will guide you on your journey of service. Never stop learning, and always remember that daily kindness is what truly matters.
Congrats to the Brown MD class of '20 including my son, Michael Broder!! It is exciting to look back at all your great accomplishments and just as exciting to look forward to new challenges. Michael, I wish you and your class all the best.
"I thank God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes."
Congratulations SARAH KATHRYN DOMINGUEZ MD !
We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished.
May God continue to bless you in all that you do.
With all of our love and prayers,
On behalf of the Brown Medical School class of 1975, congratulations on your graduation from medical school! We had looked forward to celebrating our 45th Reunion alongside you as you celebrated your graduation. Though that was not to be, we want you to know how proud we are of you, especially of those who graduated early to join the COVID battle on the frontlines. We look forward to meeting all of you in 5 years, when you return for your 5th reunion and we come back for our 50th! Best wishes to all!
Dear Julia Gelissen, Congratulations on your medical school graduation. We are so very proud of you and all your hard work and persistence throughout these many years of schooling.
We know that as you move into your next chapter of training you will continue to grow and learn. Your patients will be fortunate to have you as their healer.
Please remember to always make time for self care and a balanced existence.