Andrew Holman ’77

Had a great visit with Faramarz Rabii and Mark Petschek in Boston and am looking forward to the reunion. I am bringing our autonomic nervous system (ANS) EKG-based prototype originally used to measure stress state for NFL, Olympic and elite pro soccer players. It’s more important applications are in autoimmune disease and cancer prevention and […]

William Rigby ’70

Son married, daughter graduated, both employed, still doing research and seeing patients as a Professor of Medicine and Microbiology at Dartmouth. I am a boring guy–e.g. one of the longest (32 years) serving members of the Department of Medicine. A life in biomedical research was keyed by two Thacher Science teachers (Milton Frye, Chuck Warren) […]