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Dr. Murray M. Kappelman

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Director Emeritus

Phone: (410) ***-****  HQ Phone
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
©2001 Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall 1212 Cathedral St
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Professor and Professor
    University of Maryland
  • Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry
    University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Director, Professor, Division of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics
    University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Associate Dean for Medical Education and A Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry
    University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry
    University of Maryland Medical School

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.D.
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Murray M. Kappelman, ...
www.BSOMusic.org, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Murray M. Kappelman, M.D.
CoverStory
www.jewishtimes.com, 27 May 2005 [cached]
Murray Kappelman
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Joan and Murray Kappelman sit in the comfortable living room of their Greenspring area home, a room filled with mementos of their family, and recall how they got involved with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
They'd been longtime subscribers when, about 10 years ago, Dr. Kappelman helped to found the Governing Members, a "new group of givers," in his words, who not only contribute financially but also initiate and volunteer on a variety of BSO projects.
There are now about 100 members in the group, and they do things like a student ticket program that provides BSO tickets to high school students in public and private schools.Mrs. Kappelman belongs to the Governing Members and works on that project.
But the Governing Members is also a social outlet.It has its own lounge at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, and its own activities like out-of-town trips to hear other orchestras.They particularly enjoy a speakers series given by the BSO's musicians themselves that, says Dr. Kappelman, "gives you insights into the music and the players."
Dr. Kappelman is also a member of the BSO board, although not all Governing Members are invited to join."We really love the orchestra," he says."Every year they get better and better."
Members of Har Sinai Congregation, both of the Kappelmans are Baltimore natives and both are a lively age 73.Dr. Kappelman, who modestly calls himself a "retired pediatrician," was associate dean for medical education and a professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.Mrs. Kappelman retired as a speech pathologist from the Baltimore City Public Schools.
Dr. Kappelman says he got interested in classical music when, at the age of 12, he saw the movie "Song of Norway," a biopic of the life of a classical music composer.
Mrs. Kappelman tells a different story.Her parents were professional vaudevillians â€" mother a dancer, father a bandleader â€" who traveled the circuit and played on Broadway.She had extensive dance training although, she cheerfully admits, she never did anything with it.
As a board member, Dr. Kappelman sees two challenges for the BSO.One is fund-raising.The BSO has an annual budget of $30.1 million but "attendance has not kept pace with operational costs," he says.
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Dr. Kappelman believes that the BSO's impact extends far beyond its role as a musical entity.It is part of the cultural life of the city and as such, "it is essential to the success of the city," he says.
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www.mdaap.org, 6 Mar 1999 [cached]
Murray Kappelman, MD, FAAP
has done more than any other pediatrician to foster the teaching of behavioral pediatrics in the primary care setting.Dr. Kappelman is Director of Training Programs for the Division of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics at the University of Maryland and Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry.He has had a distinguished career supervising and teaching the care of children, as Assistant Chief and Chief of Pediatrics at Church Hosptial, Baltimore County General Hospital and Sinai Hospital.His Directorship as Assistant Professor and Professor at the University of Maryland, as well as Associate Dean, has allowed for more than 30 years of dedication and support to students and House Staff.In 1983, he became a founding member of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, and for more than 20 years, he has been on the editorial boards of educationa and medical journals.He has served on more than 50 national, state and local Boards and committees focused on the improvement of child physical and emotional health and the teaching of the same.He has been grant funded for the teaching of behavioral pediatrics since 1986.He is the author of 8 books, as well as multiple chapters and innumerable journal articles.Dr. Kappelman has been a visting professor in Japan each of the past 3 years.He has delivered countless presentations and workshops on behavioral pediatrics, school health and pediatric teaching.The Maryland Chapter proudly honors Murray Kappelman, MD, FAAP for is huge contribution to behavioral pediatrics, and for the impact that contribution has had upon countless children.
Maryland Chapter AAP Chapter Newsletter, Winter (February) 2000 Contents
2000 in Annapolis
2000 will be a very importatn year in Annapolis for children, with $ 1 billion in tobacco settlement funds and an equally large surplus, we must be sure that children's needs are on the table. 2000 offers Mayrland an opportunity to address Maryland's many poor indicators of child well being, and to invest in our future.Our legislative issues address the needs that you, as members, have told us about.
eMedicine - Conduct Disorder : Article by W Douglas Tynan, PhD
www.emedicine.com, 10 April 2006 [cached]
Editor(s): Chet Johnson, MD, Medical Director, Child Development Unit, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas Medical Center; Mary L Windle, PharmD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Editor, eMedicine.com, Inc; Caroly Pataki, MD, Associate Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital, UCLA; Carrie Sylvester, MD, MPH, Director of Education in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Northwestern University Medical School; and Murray M Kappelman, MD, Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Editorial Board
cme.emedicine.com, 26 Feb 2006 [cached]
Murray M. Kappelman, MD, Director, Professor, Division of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine
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