The Department of Alumni Affairs
The Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center serves alumni of the MD, House Officer, Graduate School, Medical Technology, Nursing, Nurse Anesthesia, Pastoral Care and Physician Assistant programs.
Save the Date: Alumni Weekend 2014, Sept. 19-21
This year's Alumni Weekend events will blend
established traditions with exciting new activities. The weekend includes a welcome reception for all alumni, hosted by
the MAA Board and featuring current and emeriti faculty, students and the 2014
MAA Award winners:
- Distinguished Faculty: Patty Adams, MD ’74
- Distinguished Achievement: Daniel Tolan, MD ’85
- Distinguished Service: Velma Watts, PhD
All alumni are invited to the MAA Annual Meeting, featuring the inaugural State of the School Address by Dean Edward Abraham, MD.
Special activities are scheduled for reunion classes of ’54, ’59, ’64,
69, ’74, ’79, 84, ’89, ’94, ’99 and ’04.
Enjoy breakfast and class reunion photos on Alumni Plaza, an Alumni Family Picnic at BB&T Ballpark downtown, and tours of the Medical Center and Wake Forest Biotech
Check back soon for a detailed schedule and online registration.
Review pictures from the weekend's activities, including hooding and graduation ceremonies:
MD Class of 2014
Physician Assistant Class of 2014 Graduation
MAA Honors Six with Annual Distinguished Awards
Six individuals were honored by the Medical Alumni Association with awards on Sept. 28, 2013, as part of the School of Medicine's Alumni Weekend:
Distinguished Achievement: Thomas H. Marshburn, MD '89
Distinguished Faculty: Charles S. Turner, MD '70
Distinguished Service: R. Merrill Hunter, MD '78; Joel B. Miller, MD '74; Allen H. Van Dyke, MD '71; and Fred T. Robinette
Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
P.O. Box 571021
Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1021
Keep classmates up-to-date on professional and volunteer activities, as well as personal milestones by completing an AlumNotes update form.
Ways to Give
Private support has allowed us to build upon our commitment to excellence in patient care, medical education and research. The generosity of those who give makes a vital difference in our ability to fulfill this important mission.
There are a number of Ways of Giving to the Wake Forest School of Medicine.