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Friday recipe: when you’re loaded with lettuce

Sky of blue, sea of green: lettuce, that is. The spouse’s garden has been pushing the stuff out of the ground faster than Bugs Bunny can say, “What’s up, Doc?” Not that I’m complaining; home-grown veggies of any kind are wonderful, and they’re the best when they’re husband-grown. That still leaves the challenge of using […]

— Barb Boose

Friday recipe: colorful pad Thai

I’m not one to clutter up the kitchen with lots of gizmos and gadgets (well, other than our invaluable Cuisinart, garlic/ginger press, rice cooker – my spouse’s pick – and our must-have electric mixer), but I’ve been enjoying my latest equipment purchase, a Veggetti. This hand-held device lets you transform vegetables into spaghetti, which is […]

— Barb Boose

Kyle T. Pearson, D.P.M.’11, M.H.A.’11

Kyle T. Pearson recently graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center foot and ankle surgical residency program. He plans to join Rezin Orthopedics in Morris, IL, as a foot and ankle surgeon.

— Gretchen Johnson

Leonard A. Mermel, D.O.’84, ScM, AM (Hon.), FSHEA, FIDSA, FACP

Leonard A. Mermel presented a keynote address at the 24th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases in Barcelona, Spain, May 10-13, 2014. It was titled “On the Cutting Edge of Infection Control Research: What To Do When the Evidence is Missing.” He is also the 2014 recipient of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology […]

— Gretchen Johnson

Ryan J. Smith, M.H.A.’13

Ryan J. Smith works for Mayo Clinic Health System in St. James, MN. The organization, recently named a “Best Minnesota Hospital Workplace” by the Minnesota Hospital Association, has gone through a culture transformation that has improved employee and community engagement and the lives of the patients it serves. Its efforts to build a culture of […]

— Gretchen Johnson