Jewish Journal


August 10, 2010

The Circuit: Los Angeles PBS’s KCET, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine


Los Angeles PBS station KCET held its 10th Visionary Awards gala at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on June 8. The event honored Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong and his wife, Michele B. Chan, for transformational developments in medicine and innovative approaches to health care.

Guest performer Molly Ringwald, actress and jazz vocalist, and Sandy Krause.

Bram and Elaine Goldsmith.

Film producers and directors Jerry and Janet Zucker during their “roast” tribute to the honorees.

Abigail Goldman and Jonathan Anschell, executive vice president and general counsel of CBS Broadcasting.

Dr. Gerald S. Levey, center, was honored with the UCLA Medal at the David Geffen School of Medicine’s June 4 commencement ceremony, where the former dean delivered the keynote address. Pictured with Levey are, from left: LuAnn Wilkerson, senior associate dean of education; Dr. Alan Robinson, associate vice chancellor of medical sciences and executive associate dean at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Leonard Rome, senior associate dean of research; and Judith Rothman, associate vice chancellor and senior associate dean for finance and administration. Photo courtesy Carolina Swanberg at GradTrak

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