Andrew Cohen is a practicing radiation oncologist at and president of Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada, a 47-physician multispecialty group. He does prostate-cancer brachytherapy and management. He and his wife, Kim, have two children, Adam and Ilana. Dennis Kelleher was featured in the HBO Max documentary “Gaming Wall Street.” He also served as script consultant for an episode of the Apple TV+ series “The Problem With Jon Stewart” titled “How Redditors Exposed the Stock Market,” and appeared with Stewart on a Twitter Space discussion about the stock market and Wall Street. Laura Levine, P’21, P’24, is associate director of clinical services at CODAC Behavioral Healthcare. She and husband Alan Krinsky, P’21, P’24, who live in Providence, Rhode Island, have three children: Shira, Shalom ’21 and Menucha ’24. In her free time, Laura enjoys playing board games. Douglas Mona­sebian, P’25, is a plastic surgeon in New York City. An exhibition on the history of plastic surgery, which featured more than 70 books, prints and ephemera from his private collection, recently closed at the Grolier Club. He and his wife, Jackie, are proud that son David ’25 is attending Brandeis. Neal J.Z. Schwartz is founding principal of Schwartz and Architecture, a San Francisco-based firm, which won the 2019 James Beard Award for Restaurant Design for its pro bono work with the nonprofit La Cocina and the restaurant El Pípila. Neal is also a professor of architecture at the California College of the Arts, where he has taught for 25 years. In 2020, he became a fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Eric Tuchman, executive producer and writer on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” was nominated for a 2022 Writers Guild of America Award for the series’ fourth season.
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