Jude A. Thomas, DMD
This page died in the
1990's, and it's just here for chuckles. Its offspring may be found
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This fish may symbolize my life...
the heck is Jude Thomas?
From a career standpoint, anyway: I graduated from the University of
Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in June 1996, and then
completed a one year
General Practice Residency in dentistry at Abington Memorial Hospital
in suburban Philadelphia. I am currently wrapping up a year at Temple
University Hospital and the
Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia,
where I have been doing an internship in oral and maxillofacial
surgery. I recently accepted a position (beginning July 1st, 1998) in a
four year oral and maxillofacial surgery residency. The residency is
located at Westchester
Medical Center in Valhalla, New York, and the position
carries the option to earn an M.D. at nearby New York Medical College,
if I choose to stay an additional two years.
makes this Jude Thomas guy tick?
Many things...a few that I can even explain. Want to get to know me
better? Check out my journal excerpts below
is Jude crowding up cyberspace with his homepage?
I created this site in order to teach myself how to write HTML code,
which is the language basis of web pages. Over time, these pages have
evolved into something like a multi-colored, egomaniacal personal
statement, probably revealing more than you could ever really want to
know about me!
this guy serious?
Well...don't take me too seriously. I still like to
Some of the
interesting things you'll find in my corner of cyberspace:
--my search for the people who slipped off...
a curriculum vitae and links
to some of my research
that you can sign
excerpts from my sporadic journal --details
of what I'm all about
an organized collection of
They're playing my
song! Click the clef for musical entertainment...
Speaking of music, here is what's in my CD
player right now...
Want to see what I
deal with professionally everyday? Sure you do! Just click here!
Here is a link to a
fantastic volunteer organization called City Cares of America.
This organization essentially serves as a brokerage for thousands of
local and nationally affiliated volunteer efforts. Their premise is
that they help volunteer-minded individuals with busy schedules
dedicate some of their time to volunteer activities that are both
interesting and convenient to them. The affiliate that I worked with is
Cares, which deals with groups such as Habitat for Humanity,
Big Brothers and Sisters, Green Harvest, and Riverfront Clean Up
projects, to name a few. If you live in or near a major city, visit the
City Cares page
to find out if there is an affiliate in your area.
Alas, this may not
have been a thrilling trip through cyberspace. If I've really bored
you, why not consider things
to do when you're really bored? This is a link to a really
amusing site which was created by Dylan
Owens, obviously a child prodigy with a wry sense of humor
and some time on his hands.
This site has been
accessed an impressivetimes, to date.
Thanks to Webcounter for the
counter gadget...which only works sporadically. Yell at them, not me!
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created this site with good old-fashioned "hand-written" HTML. No HTML
editors were harmed!