Experiences in Haiti after the Earthquake - Dooley Society Football Lecture


Location: Jordan Hall of Science

Emil T. Hofman Lecture by Ralph Pennino, M.D., ND '75 and Marty Dineen, M.D., ND '74.

Dr. Pennino, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon from Rochester, New York is the founder and president of InterVol, a network of healthcare providers and volunteers that coordinates and delivers medical care, supplies, and professional support around the globe.  He has led several missions to Haiti.

Dr. Dineen, a urologist from Florida, was one of the early volunteers on the missions to Haiti.  he has performed hydrocele surgeries there on male victims of elephantitis.

The Dooley Society hosts or supports a speaker before all of the Notre Dame home football games.  For medical professionals, category 1 CME credit will be offered for most meetings.

Lectures are free and guests are invited to attend. For more information, visit the Dooley Society website.