From the January 2000 ACP-ASIM Observer, copyright © 1999 by the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine.
NEW ACP-ASIM MASTERS
George Link Ackerman, Little Rock, Ark.
Whitney W. Addington, Chicago
Arthur J. Atkinson Jr., Bethesda, Md.
H. Verdain Barnes, Norfolk, Va.
John B. Bass Jr., Mobile, Ala.
Ronald R. Blanck, Falls Church, Va.
James L. Borland Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
Frank M. Calia, Baltimore
Robert M. Carey, Charlottesville, Va.
David B. Case, New York City
Yank D. Coble Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
Burke A. Cunha, Mineola, N.Y.
Coy D. Fitch, St. Louis
Marvin Forland, San Antonio
David J. Gullen, Phoenix
Bernadine P. Healy, Washington
John R. Hogness, Mazama, Wash.
J. O'Neal Humphries, Columbia, S.C.
Pascal J. Imperato, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Carol J. Johns, Baltimore
Mohammed S. Khuroo, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Robert A. Kyle, Rochester, Minn.
Edward C. Lynch, Houston
Dennis G. Maki, Madison, Wisc.
Monte Malach, Staten Island, N.Y.
Emile R. Mohler Jr., Baltimore
John H. Mulholland, Baltimore
Raymond H. Murray, Indianapolis
Alan R. Nelson, Washington
John Noble, Boston
Richard B. Perry, Washington
Paul H. Plotz, Bethesda, Md.
Don W. Powell, Galveston, Texas
Ananda S. Prasad, Detroit
Edward L. Quinn, Birmingham, Mich.
C. Venkata S. Ram, Dallas
B. Lawrence Riggs, Rochester, Minn.
Kenneth I. Shine, Washington
Mark E. Silverman, Atlanta
Ronald H. Smith, Billings, Mont.
Burton E. Sobel, Burlington, Vt.
Robert C. Talley, Sioux Falls, S.D.
James S. Tan, Akron, Ohio
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