Pain specialist selectedM. Mike Massumi, M.D., has been...

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July 01, 1992

WESTMINSTER — Pain specialist selected

M. Mike Massumi, M.D., has been named director of Carroll County General Hospital's Center for Pain Management and Rehabilitative Medicine.

Massumi has experience in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of patients in chronic pain.

Massumi is a diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Academy of Pain Management. He completed medical school at the University of Birmingham in England and conducted his residency at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Assisting Massumi is psychologist Thomas Trautmann, who received his undergraduate degree at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Trautmann has a master's degree in clinical psychology from Loyola College and a doctorate in counseling psychology from the American University in Washington.

During the past seven years, Trautmann's clinical practice has focused on behavioral medicine, pain management and clinical neuropsychology. He was the director of Behavioral Medicine and Neuropsychology at Homewood Hospital, an affiliate of the Hopkins Hospital System.

The Maryland Industrial Partnership program has awarded a $50,000 matching grant to Laser Application Inc. for its phase II robotics control system project.

MIPS distributes matching funds and pairs University of Maryland researchers with companies that have ideas for using the latest technology.

LAI, in the Air Business Center, is a precision non-traditional machining job shop company that uses lasers, electrical discharge machining and high-pressure water jets.

The MIPS grant will allow the company to develop an easy-to-assemble motion control system for its robotics system.

MIPS awards grants for up to $70,000, renewable for three years, firms that want to develop engineering, computer technology, physical or life science projects.

& Information: 857-2070.

Bank pays dividend

TANEYTOWN

Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. has declared a second quarter dividend of 12 cents per share to be paid July 13 to stockholders of record as of June 25.

Total assets of the bank were $154.9 million and total deposits were $139.8 million as of March 31. The bank operates six full-service branches in Carroll and owns and operates TBT Insurance Inc.

House help available

HAMPSTEAD

Long & Foster Real Estate Co. is offering several free consumer brochures to the public.

"Long & Foster's Homes for Sale" showcases homes for sale in Washington, suburban Maryland and northern Virginia.

"The Home Buyer's Guide" provides an overview of the buying process from the planning table to the closing table.

To receive a copy of either pamphlet, visit the Long & Foster office at 720 Hanover Pike or call 239-6111.

Apartment wins award

WESTMINSTER

Ridgeview Chase Apartments, owned by Questar Properties Inc., has received a Apartment Builders and Owners Council Award of Excellence for 1992.

The apartments, in the $626 to $725 per month price range, will be included in ABOC's brochure, "Best in Apartment Living."

The ABOC award is presented to apartment units and communities exhibiting superiority in various categories and price ranges. Apartments are judged on such things as curb appeal, exterior appearance, community amenities, interior plan and features and marketing presentation.

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