In 1956 Chuck earned a medical degree at Johns Hopkins, then turned to research in India for two years until returning to serve as a professor at Johns Hopkins and physician-in-chief at Baltimore City Hospitals. From 1973 until 1986 he was chief of medicine at Case Western Reserve, where he founded the Division of Geographic Medicine.
Chuck went to Brown University, where he was a professor of medicine and physician in chief at the Miriam Hospital, as well as head of an AIDS research program. His commitment to the study of AIDS ranged over a number of countries and populations, including women and prisoners. He was co-editor of seven editions of Cecil Essentials of Medicine.
Chuck died March 19, 2020, covered with professional distinctions, and much missed by his wife, Sally; and sons Charles ’82, Murray, and Andrew. The class sends condolences and respect for our distinguished brother to them all.