December 6, 2004
Leasure named official on judicial advisory board Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure has been named vice chairwoman of the Maryland Conference of Circuit Judges. Prince George's County Circuit Court Judge William D. Missouri has been named chairman. The Maryland Conference of Circuit Judges serves as a policy advisory body to the Robert M. Bell, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, and to the Court of Appeals, and other judicial branch agencies in Circuit Court matters. Howard woman to direct Mercy hospital radiology Patricia A. Sheehan of Ellicott City has accepted the position of director of radiology at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.
April 24, 2008
Tyeisha C. Jones is the new director of Autism & Related Services for the League for People with Disabilities. Jones will coordinate therapeutic integration, individual support, family support and respite services for the league's autism services. She has worked for more than eight years in case management for Baltimore-area service agencies, including for ARC of Baltimore and Service Coordination Inc. Jones has her master's degree in rehabilitation counseling and bachelor's degree in applied psychology from Coppin State University.
April 15, 1992
Dr. Martin W. Donner, retired head of radiology at the Johns Hopkins medical school and hospital and a world expert on swallowing, died Monday at Hopkins Hospital of complications after an apparently successful heart transplant March 6. He was 71 and lived on South Wind Road in Ruxton.Services for Dr. Donner will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church near Baltimore's City Hall.He became director of the Department of Radiology in the medical school and chief of radiology in the hospital in 1972.
December 5, 1993
Dr. Nathan B. Hyman, a radiologist and Jewish community leader, died Friday of cancer at his home in Mount Washington. He was 72."He was the consummate physician and a really wonderful guy," said Dr. Sherman Bearman, a radiologist who worked with Dr. Hyman for the last 20 years at the radiology practice of Copeland, Hyman and Shackman."
July 24, 1991
Dr. Robert M. Barnhart, 55, a radiologist at the Harbor Hospital Center and the Liberty Medical Center, died Monday after collapsing at his summer home on Wiltshire Lane in Severna Park.A memorial service will be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Towson Presbyterian Church, Chesapeake and Highland avenues.Dr. Barnhart lived on Templeton Road in Towson. As a partner in Harbor Radiologists for more than 20 years, he was the senior attending physician in the imaging departments of both hospitals.
April 15, 1992
Dr. Martin W. Donner, retired chief of radiology, expert on 0) swallowing, diesServices for Dr. Martin W. Donner, retired head of radiology at the Johns Hopkins medical school and hospital and a world expert on swallowing, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church near Baltimore's City Hall.Dr. Donner, who lived on South Wind Road in Ruxton, died Monday at Hopkins Hospital of complications after an apparently successful heart transplant March 6. He was 71.He became director of the Department of Radiology in the medical school and chief of radiology in the hospital in 1972.
April 22, 2007
Dr. Bruce Line, a cancer researcher, professor in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and director of Nuclear Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center, died Tuesday of cancer at his home in Cockeysville. He was 59. Dr. Line's most recent work focused on molecular targeted therapy in cancer as part of the American-Russian Cancer Alliance. Dr. Ruben Mezrich, chairman of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Maryland, called the research being done by Dr. Line and his colleagues "groundbreaking" in cancer treatment.
March 19, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Doctors would be prohibited from referring patients to clinics or laboratories in which the physician has an interest under a bill passed by a House committee yesterday."
December 20, 1998
Carroll County General Hospital has two projects on the drawing board for 1999: the construction of an oncology center in Westminster and the opening of an outpatient radiology center at the nearby Richard N. Dixon Building.The hospital's plan to build a one-story, 13,250-square-foot cancer treatment center on South Center Street is scheduled for a hearing before the county Board of Zoning Appeals on Dec. 29.In the Dixon Building, the hospital plans to renovate the second floor to consolidate outpatient radiology services offered at Carroll County General and at a Poole Road facility operated by the hospital's partner, Advanced Radiology, P.A.The hospital has added services or facilities in each of the past two years.