Faces and Places Posted by Kathy Whitney on Tuesday, January 3, 2023 in Alumni News, Faces and Places, Fall 2022, Vanderbilt Community . Jeffrey Cluver, MD’00, here with his wife, Stephanie, recently opened his new psychiatric office on Daniel Island, South Carolina. Robert Carey, MD’65, FE’72, is co-chair of the Endocrine Society Clinical Guideline Writing Committee on Primary Aldosteronism. Sharica Brookins, MD’15, CEO, Nephrologist & Nutritionist with Remote Renal Care, discussed nutrition with USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack on C-SPAN in June. Elizabeth H. Johnson, MD’90, MS, has been named the president of Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care. Eli Zimmerman, MD’10, associate professor of Neurology, lives in Green Hills with his husband, Daniel, and their two cavapoos. Keith Rosing, MD’74, retired in 2020 after 45 years in Emergency Medicine Chirayu Patel, MD, MPH, HS’18, received the ARRO Educator of the Year Award by the residents at Massachusetts General Hospital in June. Emily Long, BA’16, MD’20, married Michael Murray, BA’15, MA’16, on June 18 in Boston. Ryan Lang, MD’13, was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine class of 2022. Maria Ladino Sturchler, MD’17, and her husband, Emmanuel Sturchler, MD, welcomed their second child, Ferdinand Theodore (Teddy) on Feb. 28. He joins his sister, Josephine, and family dog, Cosmo. Kathy Niu, MD’13, is a dual-boarded psychiatrist-neurologist at Vanderbilt and is the psychiatry clerkship director and co-director of the Brain, Behavior, and Movement course. Mary Ellen Koran, PhD’14, MD’16, and her husband, Cody Goodwin, PhD’13, have returned to Nashville, and she is an assistant professor at Vanderbilt in diagnostic radiology. Richard B. Johnston Jr., BA’57, MD‘61, HS’63, was the Conference Honoree of the IXth International Symposium Recent Advances in Neonatal Medicine, in Wurzburg, Germany, last year. Salim Akrabawi, MD’77, HS’80, has retired after 41 years of medical practice as a corporate research officer and emergency medical provider.