MPH IBCLC (29 July 1946 – 20 January 2010) was a noted lactation consultant, director of the Department of Lactation Services at the University of North Carolina's Women's Hospital, and an adjunct clinical instructor of pediatrics at the University of North Carolina's School of Medicine. She researched and helped to expand knowledge of human breast milk. In the mid-1970s, she helped establish the non-profit Piedmont Milk Bank, now known as the WakeMed Mothers' Milk Bank and Lactation Center located in Raleigh, North Carolina. She was a founding member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America in 1985 and received a lifetime achievement award from the organization in 2007.
14.05.2012 [Wellsville Daily Reporter] - By Anonymous Mary Rose Sanford (Molly) of Roxford, NC, died at Duke University Hospital, April 22, 2012, after a brief illness, with her son, John Sanford Friedrich, and John's father, Mark, at her side. She was 63. Molly was born in Olean in 1948 to
07.05.2012 [Pacific News Center] - Chemistry major Mary Rose Canlas was accepted to the the University of Massachusetts Medical School Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity, a ten-week, structured research experience which runs May 27-Aug 3. The program consists of hands-on
04.05.2012 [Lifestyles Publications] - (LR) Local University Women's Club member Cheryl Andrist presented the Mary Rose Boyer Memorial Scholarship to Shalini Vijay. The local chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women raised money for their local efforts, and celebrated the
30.04.2012 [Fire Chief] - By Mary Rose Roberts An economic downturn means municipalities are handing down more forced retirements, according to Paul Antonellis, a retired fire chief and adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University. Chief officers need to prepare
26.06.2011 Mary-Rose Papandrea joined the BC Law faculty in 2004. Prior to coming to Boston College, Professor Papandrea was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Connecticut and Fordham. Professor Papandrea was ...