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The Light Within


In all her years conducting research, Narine Sarvazyan, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology and physiology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), has had several ideas, but one — a cardiac imaging catheter — is the closest she’s come to traversing the information chasm between bench and bedside.

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The Winding Road to Pharma


A straight line might be the shortest route between two points, but it’s not always the most desirable course. For J. Carl Craft, M.D. ’72, a more direct path might have led him far afield from his ultimate career, and the world of pharmaceutical research would have been far poorer as a result.

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Championing an End to
Organ Trafficking


n an evening last summer, Francis L. Delmonico, M.D. ’71, and his wife, Janice, attended a fundraising dinner at the tony Beacon Hill residence of Martin Walsh, the mayor of Boston.

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