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Professor and Interim Vice Chair Department of Dermatology University of Mississippi Medical Center
Dr. Helms arrived at the University of Mississippi with 35 years of private practice experience in Warren, Ohio. He graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and completed his Dermatology residency at the University of Pittsburgh.
In addition to teaching medical students and dermatology residents at Northeastern Ohio Medical University and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, he frequently has taught at regional and national venues.
His dermatology subspecialty interest is in occupational dermatology and contact dermatitis. Dr Helms has 65 scientific publications, is a reviewer for three journals; Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Cutis, and American Family Practice. He has also participated as an investigator or sub-investigator in a number of clinical trials. He enjoys fishing, reading, watching classic movies, and especially, travelling with his wife, two children and their families.
Professor and Chair of Dermatology
Professor of Pathology
University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC)
Bob Brodell attended the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and then completed two years of Internal Medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York before serving as a dermatology resident and dermatopathology fellow at Barnes Hospital/Washington University in St Louis. He is the author of more than 360 articles and two books.
Dr. Brodell is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, American Academy of Dermatology, Noah Worcester Dermatological Society, American Society of Dermatopathology and he serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the American Dermatological Association.
He is a past president of the American Board of Dermatology and served on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Dermatology from 2012-16. He was honored to be a Master Teacher in his previous role at Northeastern Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) and served as chairman of the Master Teacher Guild.
He is currently Professor and Chair, Department of Dermatology and Professor of Pathology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. His interests are in general dermatology; dermatologic ethics; the treatment of warts; and, simple, quick, reproducible, almost fail-safe approaches to dermatologic procedures.
Bob enjoys travelling with his wife, Linda, a retired ophthalmologist, and their 5 children and 6 grandchildren.
Our staff can assist you with all your travel arrangements.
|DATE||PORT OF CALL||ARRIVE||DEPART|
|Wed Apr 08||Paris, France
|Thu Apr 09||Conflans
||1:30 am||5:00 pm|
|Fri Apr 10||Rouen
||8:00 am||5:30 pm|
|Sat Apr 11||Le Havre (Paris ), France
|Sun Apr 12||Le Havre (Paris ), France
|Sun Apr 12||Caudebec -En-Caux
||3:00 pm||10:00 pm|
|Mon Apr 13||Les Andelys
||8:00 am||9:00 am|
|Mon Apr 13||Vernon
||11:30 am||1:30 pm|
|Tue Apr 14||Paris, France
|Wed Apr 15||Paris, France
Paris, France - For most, Le Havre is the gateway for a day-visit to Paris. Survey the city of lights from the Eiffel Tower or from a cruise of the Seine. And there is the food (oh, the food). Wander through the beautiful architecture of St. Germain or the Latin Quarter and find a bistro to settle into with a bottle of wine and experience the culinary delights that only the French seem able to offer. And, then there are the absolutely stunning museums (Musee du Louvre, Musee de l'Orangerie, Musee d'Orsay, and the Musee d'Art Moderne). Or, if shopping is for you, Paris has it: from souvenirs and t-shirts to high fashion, small antiques and fine art, you can find something that'll catch your eye. But, pace yourself; you're not going to get all this done in a day: pick your battles, whet your appetite and plan a return trip.
If the journey to Paris sounds like too much for you (about three and a half hours each way by auto, two and half by train), Le Havre itself is a beuatiful little French city where you can find great food, charming streets and beautiful architecture. It also has a nice not-too-big Museum of Modern Art with an excellent collection of France's many great expressionist painters.
Conflans - At the confluence of the Oise and the Seine rivers, Conflans is a treasure trove of beauty. The immediate area is home to Napolean & Josephone Bonaparte's Château Malmaison and served as the inspirational landscape for many masters of Impressionist painting: Cezanne, Pissarro, Daubigny and, of course, Van Gogh - who painted more than a canvass a day here, during his 70 day stay at the end of his life. You can visit his attic room at Auberge Ravoux or pay homage at his burial site. At the Bonapart's Château, you can see what they intended to be "the most beautiful and curious garden in Europe."
Rouen - Rouen, often called the "Ville musée" (Museum Town). If you enjoy museums, visit one of the many art, history, and antiquities museums scattered through the city. Visit the cathedral that inspired Claude Monet and the modern Church of Joan of Arc with its magnificent 16th-century stained-glass windows. See the "Gros Horloge," the astronomical clock, and the Parliament of Normandy. Also in Rouen is the &apost;Place du Vieux Marché&apost;, the site where Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake. This afternoon venture down the romantic "Abbey Trail" for a view of countless churches, castles, and abbeys.
Le Havre (Paris ), France - The allure and romance of cruise to Paris are legendary. This capital city of France is home to innumerable museums, such as the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Musée Picasso and Musée Rodin, parks and gardens, including the Tuileries Garden on the banks of the Seine and the Left Bank Luxembourg Garden, as well as monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
Les Andelys - Today, your vessel anchors in the little town of Les Andelys in the shadow of Chateau Gaillard, the one time home to Richard the Lionheart. Relax in town or venture farther afield to nearby Giverny, home to Impressionist Claude Monet, until his death in 1926. The beautiful surroundings and vivid flora, were inspiration for some of his most famous works. Return to the ship in Vernon for lunch. Round out your Normandy experience with a visit to the spectacular Palace of Versailles. Originally a small hunting lodge, the palace was extended to its current size by the "Sun King" Louis XIV and is now one of Europe's largest palaces. Onboard, the Captain's Gala Dinner is a wonderful finish to a fantastic day.
Our staff can assist you with all your travel arrangements.Questions? Call us at 800-422-0711.