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In memoriam

Discussion in 'MSK and EMG Case Discussions' started by Ludicolo, Sep 24, 2009.

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  1. Ludicolo

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    I remember meeting Dr. Krivickas at the AAP two years ago when I gave my oral presentation. I was so nervous but Dr. Krivickas was sitting towards the front and I kept making eye contact with her throughout the presentation. She somehow had a calming effect on me - she would smile at my remarks reassuringly and nod when I was explaining my research. Afterwards, she came up to me and congratulated me on my research and presentation. I remember thinking about how lucky the Spaulding residents must be to have someone like her around. I did not know about her diagnosis. It truly is a shame that so many brilliant young physiatrists have passed in the past few years.... Dr. Nadler, Dr. McLean, etc. etc.... :(
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    Scott Nadler was the very first physiatrist I met. Amazing role model. It is sad to think about who we've lost recently.

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