Dr. Tom named Maria Shriver’s Architect of Change

Dr. Tom was chosen by Maria Shriver as this week’s Architect of Change, which profiles leaders who inspire others to make a difference. In the interview, Dr. Tom speaks about

The Heart of Nuba will be screened on all seven continents beginning this week in observance of the United Nations Genocide Prevention Day on December 9 and Human Rights Day

Brown Alumni Magazine: A Life In War

A Life In War By Beena Sarwar ’86 Filmmaker Ken Carlson ’86, who has produced such television shows as America’s Most Wanted and Lost, stepped into a different world with

NCAA feature: Tom Catena–Man on a mission

Tom Catena: Man on a mission Dr. Tom Catena’s passion is to improve access to health care in Sudan Antonov aircraft drop shrapnel bombs with alarming frequency on the war-torn

Dr. Tom Catena to be Awarded Honary Doctorate at Brown

Brown University announced last week that Dr. Tom Catena, Class of ’86, will be one of eight scholars and intellectuals to be given honorary degrees during the school’s 248th commencement

The Doctor – Atavist Magazine

“Catena started Mother of Mercy with a small group of foreigners. He took on Nuban employees gradually. “There was nobody who could do anything,” he said. The war had closed

Tom Catena, Aurora Prize Finalist

Dr. Tom Catena was one of four finalists for the first Aurora Prize, presented last month in Yerevan, Armenia. The prize was given to Marguerite Barankitse, of Rwanda, “for the extraordinary

Kristof: Dr. Tom Among Worst Paid Doctors in the World

“Dr. Tom, as he is known, battles leprosy, delivers babies and amputates arms of kids hit by shrapnel. He pulls maggots out of burn wounds and struggles to get United