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Drs. Rosalie Burns and Herbert I. Goldberg Support the Teen Media Program
Looking closely with the aid of new technologies and informed minds comes naturally to Drs. Rosalie Burns and Herbert I. Goldberg. Indeed, it has been the core of their professional, personal, and philanthropic lives. Rosalie Burns Goldberg is a neurologist—the first woman in the United States to chair a medical school department of neurology (at the former Medical College of Pennsylvania); Herbert Goldberg is a radiologist with a subspecialty in diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology. He has served hospitals throughout Philadelphia and is currently a Professor Emeritus of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania. The Goldbergs have been members of the Museum since 1992 and Patrons since 2005. They and their family are leading supporters of the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, New York, where education in visual literacy for youth is a major undertaking, and they have generously underwritten the Summer Teen Media Program at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Drs. Rosalie Burns and Herbert I. Goldberg
“ I was very impressed with the program's scope and quality... ” — Rosalie Burns Goldberg
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