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Tribute to David Kearny McDonogh, MD (1821-1893)
Served New York Eye and Ear Infirmary as a physician for 11 years.
America’s first African American Eye/ENT specialist.
Born enslaved, graduated from Lafayette College
And from Columbia University Medical School.
Tribute commissioned and donated to
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, 8/13/2020,
By Dr. Daniel and Marjorie LaRoche.
Artist: Leroy Campbell.
2020 Reception Replay
2020 Event E-Journal
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The David K. McDonogh, MD Scholarship in Ophthalmology/Otolaryngology
Specialties is dedicated to building a diverse pipeline in ophthalmology and
otolaryngology specialties. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited
medical school in the United States; be from a African American / Black, Afro-Latino(a), or
Native American background; be committed to academic excellence, research, leadership
and service; and have an interest in a career in ophthalmology/otolaryngology specialties.
The David K. McDonogh, MD Scholarship Fund
2020 New York Committee Members
Karen Allison, MD, MBA*
Ann Arthur-Andrew, MD*
Nneka O. Brooks, MD
Jacqueline Busingye, MD
Benjeil Edghill, MD
Tamiesha Frempong, MD, MPH
Chaneve Jeanniton, MD
Daniel Laroche, MD*
John Mitchell, MD*
2020 National Committee Members
Barry E. Breaux, MD*
David J. Brown, MD*
Ninita Brown, MD
Joseph M. Coney, MD
Oswaldo A. Henriquez, MD
2020 Academic Advisory Board
Michael Stewart, MD