Broncos published in prestigious medical journal

Brophy alumnus Jake Kloeber ’12 and Joseph Neely ’12 were recently published as co-authors in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology and the Journal of the American Society of Hematology, Blood.

With the help of Brophy Environmental Science teacher Patty Mazier, both Kloeber and Neely began interning at the Mayo Clinic in their junior year at Brophy.

Additionally, Kevin Shim ’08 co-authored the JASH, Blood article. He worked at Mayo Clinic while at Brophy and is now in the combined M.D./Ph.D. program at Mayo Clinic Medical School in Rochester, MN. He is one of 6 students worldwide to be accepted into the program last summer.

“Homologous recombination into the eosinophil peroxidase locus generates a strain of mice expressing Cre recombinase exclusively in eosinophils”

Journal of Leukocyte Biology

“Expression of the secondary granule proteins major basic protein (MBP)-1 and eosinophil peroxidase (EPX) is required for eosinophilopoiesis in mice

Blood, the Journal of American Society of Hematology

Brophy Yearbook photos: Jake Kloeber (top); Joseph Neely (middle); Kevin Shim (bottom)




Bill Dunn, MD, ’72 named “top doctor”

Bill Dunn, MD, ’72 was named “Top Doctor” by US News and World Report.

He was also award the “Citation Honor Pin” from Cessna Aircraft Company at the Citation Jet Owner-Pilot’s Association meeting last fall (Amelia Island, FL.) The award is given to owner-pilots with over 1000 total Citation hours. Bill is one of two owner-pilots in the U.S. to receive this honor.

Bill’s eldest daughter, Lisa (Spruce Creek IB, Class of 1999), was just awarded a full Merit Based Grant to Harvard University for her Masters of Education in Language and Literacy. She and her husband Neal, graduating Pediatrician from Johns Hopkins Residency, are celebrating the 1st birthday of Gabriel Liam this spring before they move to Boston!