GS Class of 1998
Patricia MacBride Hendrickson is living alone in her home in the Highlands, an assisted living community in Topsham, Me. While confined largely to her own space, she is able to take long walks around the beautiful surrounding rural area. She orders her groceries through the Highlands management and they deliver the groceries to her door. She maintains her very active involvement in politics, writing letters to the editor, participating in webinars, and working on campaigns to elect progressive leadership. Her daughter Laura Hendrickson ’88 AM, ’08 PhD, and husband Rupert, who is an anthropology professor at Cambridge University, UK, are self-isolating at home. Groceries are delivered by their food cooperative, and their 7-year-old daughter is engaged in remote learning with her school.
Clinical immunologist, Dr. Helen Su ’90, ’98 MD, ’98 PhD, is the recipient of the Drukier Prize in Children’s Health Research, presented by Weill Cornell Medicine for recognition of her innovative research into rare pediatric immunodeficiency diseases and translating findings into potential treatments. Her work has provided critical insights into DOCK8 immunodeficiency syndrome.