<P>26 TULANE | MEDICINE FALL 2013 tulane.edu/som of Bench Top Atlas of Mycology, published by the College of American Pathologists. Dr. Love and his wife, Margaret, are in the process of relocating to the Los Angeles area. 79 Dr. Jesse P. Penico has been added to the Memorial Physician Clinics in the practice of infectious diseases. Dr. Bernard H. Eichold (A&S 75, PHTM 78, PHTM 80) was named the 2012 Mobilian of the Year by the Cottage Hill Civitan Club of Mobile County, Ala. The award has been given annually since 1948 to an individual who has made an extraordinary, positive impact on the Mobile community. In the last two decades, Eichold has revolutionized the Mobile County Health Department. His engagement of public-private partnerships has helped advance several public health initiatives. Dr. Gordon L. Love (R 83), medical director of the Los Angeles Quest Diagnostics laboratory, has been appointed medical director of the western region of Quest Diagnostics. Love directs Quest Diagnostics clinical laboratory activities in six western states from Alaska to California, including Nevada and Idaho. The Los Angeles laboratory is the largest laboratory in the western region as well as one of the largest free-standing medical laboratories in the world, processing more than 50,000 patient requisitions per day and more than a billion individual laboratory tests per year. Love was previously the medical director of Sacramento Quest Diagnostics. He is a professor of clinical pathology at the University of California–Davis School of Medicine. Board-certi?ed in anatomic and clinical pathology, cytopathology, medical microbiology, and medical and public health mycology, Dr. Love is the author 80 Dr. Mary P. Lupo (NC 76, R 84) was named a Castle Connolly Top Doctor for 2013. Lupo is a board- certi?ed dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine. Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.s highly selective list of regional top doctors in their specialties highlights less than ?ve percent of the nations licensed physicians. 81 Dr. Gail C. Brady (R 87) lives in Los Angeles with her 15-year-old daughter, Lesley. Brady still practices psychiatry, and she is getting used to Los Angeles. The hiking and climate are wonderful, but she will always love Louisiana. PHYSICIAN HONORED FOR LIFETIME DEVOTED TO CHILDRENS SAFETY F ederal safety and labeling standards for childrens drugs are the legacy of Dr. John T. Wilson, recipient of the Tulane Medical Alumni Associations 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. Wilson is a professor of pediatrics, section chief and director of the Childrens Clinical Research Center at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center–Shreveport. Early in his career, Wilsons research ?ndings showed that 78 percent of drugs lacked suf?cient information for use in children. This prompted Wilson to ask a fundamental question: How do we know what medications are safe for our children? As a result of this questioning plus 40 years of research and effort by Wilson, products and drugs are studied now to determine safety and ef?cacy in children. The congressional passage of the 2012 FDA Safety and Innovation Act signi?es Wilsons lasting impact on childrens safety. This act secures enhanced drug labeling for children, making sure that drugs used for children have the same safety standards as those found in studies with adults. Upon receiving the award at the Tulane Class of 1963s 50th reunion in May, Wilson credited his medical education with giving him the basis to achieve such success in his career. Fellow classmate Dr. Paul Winder, a Shreveport, La., physician, sponsored Wilson for the award. Wilson complimented his fellow classmates as a strong group of achievers that pushed him to strive further in his academic studies. Giving a nod to Alice in Wonderland, Wilson told his classmates, I had to run twice as fast just to stay in the same place with you. Dr. John T. Wilson has made a remarkable contribution to the ?eld of pediatrics and child public health not only in our country but worldwide, said Dr. Benjamin Sachs, right. 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