Dr. Lea Vella MPH, PhD

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BirthKaiser Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
MarriageAug 5, 2006First Unitarian Universalist Church, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
AuthorLea Vella has published 33 peer reviewed psychology journal studies.

Validating the measurement of real-world functional outcomes: phase I results of the VALERO study
…, T Raykov, EW Twamley, L Vella… - American Journal of …, 2011 - Am Psychiatric Assoc
Objective: Treatment of cognitive impairment has been proposed as an intervention to
reduce disability in people with schizophrenia. The Validation of Everyday Real-World
Outcomes (VALERO) study was conducted to evaluate functional rating scales and to ...
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7 - Relationships among depressive symptoms, benefit-finding, optimism, and positive affect in multiple sclerosis patients after psychotherapy for depression.
Stacey L SL Hart, Lea L Vella and David C DC Mohr. Health Psychol 27(2):230-8 (2008) PMID 18377142
Data were analyzed with multilevel random-effects models, controlling for time since MS diagnosis and type of treatment. Improved depression was associated with increased benefit-finding over time.

Relationships among depressive symptoms, benefit-finding, optimism, and positive affect in multiple sclerosis patients after psychotherapy for depression.
SL Hart, L Vella, DC Mohr - Health Psychology, 2008 - psycnet.apa.org
1. Objective: While many patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience psychological
problems, such as depression, benefit-finding is commonly reported. Using the Broaden-and-
Build Model of positive emotions (Fredrickson, 2001) and the Expectancy-Value Model of ...
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8 - Assessing everyday functioning in schizophrenia: Not all informants seem equally informative.
Samir Sabbag, Elizabeth M Twamley... Philip D Harvey. Schizophr Res () (2011) PMID 21620682
Self reports of everyday functioning on the part of people with schizophrenia have been found to be poorly correlated with the reports of other informants and with their own performance of tests of cognition and functional abilities.

Assessing everyday functioning in schizophrenia: not all informants seem equally informative
S Sabbag, EM Twamley, L Vella, RK Heaton… - Schizophrenia …, 2011 - Elsevier
Abstract Self reports of everyday functioning on the part of people with schizophrenia have
been found to be poorly correlated with the reports of other informants and with their own
performance of tests of cognition and functional abilities. However, it is not clear which ...
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9 - Reduction in disability in a randomized controlled trial of telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy.
David C Mohr, Stacey Hart and Lea Vella. Health Psychol 26(5):554-63 (2007) PMID 17845107
Patients in both treatments showed significant improvements in disability and fatigue. These improvements were related to reductions in depression. T-CBT produced significantly greater decreases in disability and fatigue, compared with T-SEFT, even after controlling for depression. The greater benef...

Reduction in disability in a randomized controlled trial of telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy.
DC Mohr, S Hart, L Vella - Health Psychology, 2007 - psycnet.apa.org
1. Objective: The authors examined the efficacy of telephone-administered cognitive-
behavioral therapy (T-CBT) and telephone-administered supportive emotion-focused
therapy (T-SEFT) in reducing disability among disabled patients with multiple sclerosis ...
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10 - Predictors of the accuracy of self assessment of everyday functioning in people with schizophrenia
S Sabbag, EW Twamley, L Vella, RK Heaton… - Schizophrenia …, 2012 - Elsevier
Despite multiple lines of evidence suggesting that people with schizophrenia have
substantial problems in self-reporting everyday functioning and cognitive performance, self-
report methods are still widely used to assess functioning. This study attempted to identify ...
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11 -Compensatory cognitive training for psychosis: who benefits? Who stays in treatment?
Elizabeth W Twamley, Cynthia Z Burton and Lea Vella. Schizophr Bull 37 Suppl 2():S55-62 (2011) PMID 21860048
These results suggest that those with lower baseline functioning may have more room to improve following CT. The pattern of correlations in this sample indicated that many types of individuals can improve with CT treatment, including older patients....


Compensatory cognitive training for psychosis: effects in a randomized controlled trial
EW Twamley, L Vella, CZ Burton… - The Journal of clinical …, 2012 - psychiatrist.com
Objective: Treatments for the cognitive impairments of schizophrenia are urgently needed.
We developed and tested a 12-week, group-based, manualized, compensatory cognitive
training intervention targeting prospective memory, attention, learning/memory, and ...
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12 - Compensatory cognitive training for psychosis: who benefits? Who stays in treatment?
EW Twamley, CZ Burton, L Vella - Schizophrenia bulletin, 2011 - MPRC
Abstract Enhancing cognitive performance to improve functioning in schizophrenia is a
fundamental research priority. Previous investigations have demonstrated that various types
of cognitive training (CT) can improve neuropsychological performance, psychosocial ...
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13 - Alliance in Two Telephone-Administered Treatments: Relationship with Depression and Health Outcomes
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, v75 n3 p508-512 Jun 2007
Beckner, Victoria; Vella, Lea; Howard, Isa; Mohr, David C.

Alliance in two telephone-administered treatments: Relationship with depression and health outcomes.
V Beckner, L Vella, I Howard… - Journal of Consulting and …, 2007 - psycnet.apa.org
Abstract 1. The present study examined the relationship between therapeutic alliance and
both depression and health outcomes in a randomized clinical trial of 2 telephone-
administered treatments with 97 clients with multiple sclerosis (MS). The 16-week...
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14 - Telephone-administered psychotherapy for depression in MS patients: moderating role of social support
Victoria Beckner, Isa Howard... David C Mohr. J Behav Med 33(1):47-59 (2009) PMID 19941048
We examined whether baseline social support might differentially affect treatment outcome in 127 participants with MS and depression randomized to either Telephone-administered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (T-CBT) or Telephone-administered Emotion-Focused Therapy (T-EFT).


Telephone-administered psychotherapy for depression in MS patients: moderating role of social support
V Beckner, I Howard, L Vella, DC Mohr - Journal of behavioral medicine, 2010 - Springer
Abstract Depression is common in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). While
psychotherapy is an effective treatment for depression, not all individuals benefit. We
examined whether baseline social support might differentially affect treatment outcome in ...
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15 - The efficacy of supported employment for middle-aged and older people with schizophrenia.
Elizabeth W Twamley, Lea Vella... Dilip V Jeste. Schizophr Res () (2011) PMID 22197080
Middle-aged and older adults with schizophrenia are good candidates for supported employment services.

The efficacy of supported employment for middle-aged and older people with schizophrenia
EW Twamley, L Vella, CZ Burton, DR Becker… - Schizophrenia …, 2012 - Elsevier
OBJECTIVE: Supported employment is the evidence-based treatment of choice for assisting
individuals with severe mental illness to achieve competitive employment, but few supported
employment programs specifically target older clients with psychiatric illness. The purpose ...
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16 - Factor structure of the MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery (MCCB) in schizophrenia
CZ Burton, L Vella, PD Harvey, TL Patterson… - Schizophrenia …, 2013 - Elsevier
BACKGROUND: The MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery (MCCB) and proposed co-
primary measures are gaining momentum as outcome measures in clinical trials,
highlighting the need to evaluate their psychometric properties. The MCCB composite ...
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17 - Differential effects of executive functioning on suicide attempts.
Cynthia Z Burton, Lea Vella... Elizabeth W Twamley. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 23(2):173-9 (2011) PMID 21677246
Suicide is common among individuals with psychiatric illness; executive functioning may be associated with suicide risk. The authors examined demographic, clinical, and executive-functioning variables in suicide ideators and suicide attempters, hypothesizing that attempters would dem...

Differential effects of executive functioning on suicide attempts
CZ Burton, L Vella, JA Weller… - The Journal of …, 2011 - Am Neuropsych Assoc
Suicide is common among individuals with psychiatric illness; executive functioning may be
associated with suicide risk. The authors examined demographic, clinical, and executive-
functioning variables in suicide ideators and suicide attempters, hypothesizing that ...
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18 - Factor structure of neurocognition and functional capacity in schizophrenia: a multidimensional examination of temporal stability
…, T Raykov, EW Twamley, L Vella… - Journal of the …, 2013 - Cambridge Univ Press
Abstract Although neurocognition is commonly described in terms of different functional
domains, some factor analytic studies have suggested a simpler dimensional structure for
neuropsychological (NP) tests in patients with schizophrenia. Standardized tasks of ...
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19 - Homelessness and neuropsychological impairment: preliminary analysis of adults entering outpatient psychiatric treatment.
Chad A Bousman, Elizabeth W Twamley... Robert K Heaton. J Nerv Ment Dis 198(11):790-4 (2010) PMID 21048468
We performed brief NP testing examining learning, recall, processing speed, executive functioning, and verbal fluency in 50 ever- and 22 never-homeless persons entering outpatient psychiatric treatment. Groups were matched a priori on key demographic, substance use, psychiatric, and premorbid intell...


Homelessness and neuropsychological impairment: Preliminary analysis of adults entering outpatient psychiatric treatment
CA Bousman, EW Twamley, L Vella… - The Journal of …, 2010 - journals.lww.com
Abstract Homelessness has been associated with neuropsychological (NP) impairment, but
few studies have adequately controlled for factors known to affect NP performance. We
performed brief NP testing examining learning, recall, processing speed, executive ...
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20 - Clinical and cognitive insight in a compensatory cognitive training intervention
CZ Burton, L Vella, EW Twamley - American journal of psychiatric …, 2011 - Taylor & Francis
The impact of limited insight is a crucial consideration in the treatment of individuals with
psychiatric illness. In the context of psychosis, both clinical and cognitive insight have been
described. This study aimed to evaluate the relationships between clinical and cognitive ...
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21- Effects of COMT genotype on cognitive ability and functional capacity in individuals with schizophrenia
EW Twamley, JPY Hua, CZ Burton, L Vella… - Schizophrenia …, 2014 - Elsevier
Abstract Cognitive and functional impairments are core features of schizophrenia. This study
examined the catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) genotype and its relationship to
cognition and functional capacity in 188 individuals with schizophrenia or schizoaffective ...
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22 - Stress Facilitates Consolidation of Verbal Memory for a Film but Does Not, Behavioral Neuroscience, 2006, Vol. 120, No. 3, 518–527, Affect Retrieval, Victoria E. Beckner, David M. Tucker, and Yvon Delville, David C. Mohr (Lea Vella for her statistical consultation)

Stress facilitates consolidation of verbal memory for a film but does not affect retrieval.
VE Beckner, DM Tucker, Y Delville… - Behavioral …, 2006 - psycnet.apa.org
... We would also like to thank Owen Wolkowitz, Heather Burke, and Russell Lemle for
their thoughtful reading of the manuscript; Lea Vella for her statistical consultation;
and Doug Beckner for his graphics consultation. Appreciation ...
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23 - [BOOK] Neurocognition and social cognition in schizophrenia patients: basic concepts and treatment
V Roder, A Medalia - 2010 - books.google.com
... The subchapter by Elizabeth W. Twamley, Cynthia H. Zurhellen and Lea Vella describes a
concrete therapy approach for neurocognition, while chapter 4, by Wolfgang Wölwer, Dennis
R. Combs, Nicole Frommann and David L. Penn, synthesizes the literature on behavioral ...
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24 - [HTML] A quantitative review of cognitive functioning in homeless adults
CA Depp, L Vella, HJ Orff… - The Journal of nervous and …, 2015 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Abstract Homeless people experience elevated rates of risk factors for cognitive impairment.
We reviewed available peer-reviewed studies reporting data from objective measures of
cognition in samples identified as homeless. Pooled sample-weighted estimates of global ...
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25 - Supported Employment for Individuals with Severe Mental Illness
CZ Burton, L Vella, EM Littlefield… - International handbook of …, 2015 - Springer
Abstract Occupational dysfunction is one of the most devastating and disabling
consequences of severe mental illness. Supported employment (SE) is an evidence-based
practice for assisting clients with severe mental illness to find and keep competitive jobs in ...
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26 - [PDF] Cognitive Impairment and Disability Determination in the Sheltered Homeless
L Vella - ddp.policyresearchinc.org
Abstract With lifetime prevalence as high as 7% in the United States, homelessness
continues to be a major social and financial problem. In the context of a homeless shelter,
homeless individuals who are also cognitively impaired may be at a disadvantage when ...
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27 [PDF]
Cognitive Assessment of the Sheltered Homeless
L Vella - 2014 - escholarship.org
Homelessness is a major social and financial problem in the United States. A 1990 national
household telephone survey (n= 1,507) found that the lifetime prevalence of homelessness–
defined as staying in shelters, emergency housing, cars, outside, and abandoned ...
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28 - Catechol-O-methyltransferase genotype and response to Compensatory Cognitive Training in outpatients with schizophrenia
CZ Burton, L Vella, JR Kelsoe, RM Bilder… - Psychiatric …, 2015 - journals.lww.com
Abstract The catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) Val 158 Met polymorphism is associated
with cognitive functioning in schizophrenia and may predict cognitive training outcomes.
This study aimed to explore the contribution of COMT genotype in predicting improvement ...
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[CITATION] COMPENSATORY COGNITIVE TRAINING FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS IN SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT
EW Twamley, C Burton, L Vella… - …, 2015 - OXFORD UNIV PRESS GREAT …
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[CITATION] COMT GENOTYPE AND MEMORY PERFORMANCE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
EW Twamley, L Vella, CZ Burton, GN Savla… - Schizophrenia …, 2010 - Elsevier
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[CITATION] ASSESSMENT OF VOCATIONAL CAPACITY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
L Vella, NM Loebach, CZ Burton… - …, 2009 - OXFORD UNIV PRESS GREAT …
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[CITATION] Interesting Articles
…, AM Nave, DF Tolin, C Michael, EW Twamley, L Vella… - Psychiatry, 2012
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[CITATION] THE MATRICS CONSENSUS COGNITIVE BATTERY: RELATIONSHIPS WITH PERFORMANCE-BASED MEASURES OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY
L Vella, CZ Burton, PD Harvey… - …, 2011 - OXFORD UNIV PRESS GREAT …
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29 - Genes and Schizophrenia—Feature Editor: Aiden Corvin Where GWAS and Epidemiology Meet: Opportunities for the Simultaneous Study of Genetic
C Corner - MPRC
... 979 Gauri N. Savla, Lea Vella, Casey C. Armstrong, David L. Penn, and Elizabeth W. Twamley
Effects of Risperidone and Olanzapine Dose Reduction on Cognitive Function in Stable Patients
With Schizophrenia: An Open-Label, Randomized, Controlled, Pilot Study . . . . . ...
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[CITATION] Positive Psychology at Melbourne
W Ngo - 2012 - The University of Melbourne

30 - Therapeutic alliance mediates the relationship between interpersonal problems and depression outcome in a cohort of multiple sclerosis patients
Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 62 Issue 9, Pages 1197 - 1204, Published Online: 29 Jun 2006
Isa Howard, Rebecca Turner, Rhoda Olkin, David C. Mohr In addition, I would like to thank Lea Vella for her help with the statistical analyses.

Therapeutic alliance mediates the relationship between interpersonal problems and depression outcome in a cohort of multiple sclerosis patients
I Howard, R Turner, R Olkin… - Journal of clinical …, 2006 - Wiley Online Library
... I would like to thank the three members of my committee, Dr. Rebecca Turner, Dr. Rhoda
Olkin, and Dr. David Mohr, for their generosity and contributions to this work. In addition,
I would like to thank Lea Vella for her help with the statistical analyses. ...
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31 - [PDF] Neurocognitive insight in people with schizophrenia
CZ Burton - 2015 - escholarship.org
... Burton, Cynthia Z; Vella, Lea; Twamley, Elizabeth W., Routledge Press, 2011. The dissertation author was the primary investigator and author of this paper. Chapters 3 and 4 are currently being prepared for submission for publication of the material. ...
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32 - Compensatory cognitive training for people with first-episode schizophrenia: Results from a pilot randomized controlled trial
PD Mendella, CZ Burton, GA Tasca, P Roy… - Schizophrenia …, 2015 - Elsevier
... data interpretation, and drafted the introduction section of the manuscript; Giorgio A. Tasca
conducted the initial analyses and contributed to data interpretation; Paul Roy contributed to
study design and data interpretation; Lea St ... Burton et al., 2013; CZ Burton, L. Vella, PD Harvey ...
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33 - Treatment of Surgical Scars Using a 595?nm Pulsed Dye Laser Using Purpuric and Nonpurpuric Parameters: A Comparative Study
JA Gladsjo, SIB Jiang - Dermatologic Surgery, 2014 - Wiley Online Library
... We thank Dr. E. Victor Ross for his input on the design of our study. We also appreciate the
statistical advice and expertise of Lea Vella, who performed the data analysis. Appendix. ...
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Father*Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. b. 26 Dec 1944
Mother*Marilyn Uran b. 14 Jan 1946

Dr. Maya Vella MD

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BirthKaiser Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
Authorbetween 2012 and 2020Comparison of MRI, MRA, and DSA for Detection of Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations in Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2020 Jun; 41(6):969-975. Vella M, Alexander MD, Mabray MC, Cooke DL, Amans MR, Glastonbury CM, Kim H, Wilson MW, Langston DE, Conrad MB, Hetts SW. PMID: 32381546.

Are Women Disproportionately Represented in Education Compared to Other Roles in Academic Radiology? Acad Radiol. 2020 Feb 25. Webb EM, Kallianos KG, Vella M, Straus CM, Bucknor MD, Galvan J, Scoutt LM. PMID: 32111467.

Association of Receipt of Positron Emission Tomography-Computed Tomography With Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Mortality in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System. JAMA Netw Open. 2019 11 01; 2(11):e1915828. Vella M, Meyer CS, Zhang N, Cohen BE, Whooley MA, Wang S, Hope MD. PMID: 31747036.

Metastatic cervical paravertebral solitary fibrous tumor detected by fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography-computed tomography. Radiol Case Rep. 2018 Apr; 13(2):464-467. Cheung H, Lawhn-Heath C, Lopez G, Vella M, Aparici CM. PMID: 29682136.

Interpretive versus noninterpretive content in top-selling radiology textbooks: what are we teaching medical students? Acad Radiol. 2015 Apr; 22(4):520-6. Webb EM, Vella M, Straus CM, Phelps A, Naeger DM. PMID: 25601307.

Contrast staining on CT after DSA in ischemic stroke patients progresses to infarction and rarely hemorrhages. Interv Neuroradiol. 2014 Jan-Feb; 20(1):106-15. Amans MR, Cooke DL, Vella M, Dowd CF, Halbach VV, Higashida RT, Hetts SW. PMID: 24556308.

Studies of TBX4 and chromosome 17q23.1q23.2: an uncommon cause of nonsyndromic clubfoot. Am J Med Genet A. 2012 Jul; 158A(7):1620-7. Lu W, Bacino CA, Richards BS, Alvarez C, VanderMeer JE, Vella M, Ahituv N, Sikka N, Dietz FR, Blanton SH, Hecht JT. PMID: 22678995.

AuthorJun, 2012First publication: Lu W, Bacino CA, Richards BS, Alvarez C, VanderMeer JE, Vella M, Ahituv N, Sikka N, Dietz FR, Blanton SH, Hecht JT. 2012. Studies of TBX4 and chromosome 17q23.1q23.2: An
uncommon cause of nonsyndromic clubfoot. Am J Med Genet Part A 158A:1620–1627.
Father*Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. b. 26 Dec 1944
Mother*Marilyn Uran b. 14 Jan 1946

Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD.

M, #3, b. 26 December 1944

Notable Houghton

     Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. was the author of Temporal perspective: Validation and psychosocial correlates among college students (UC Berkeley, dissertation, 450 pages). in 1977. Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. is the compiler of the Houghton Surname Project and the originator of the Houghton DNA Project.

Biography

BirthDec 26, 1944Naxxar, Malta
MarriageAug 19, 1972San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, at the Unitarian Church on Geary Blvd with Hans Bertsch, OFM, officiating.
Author1977Temporal perspective: Validation and psychosocial correlates among college students (UC Berkeley, dissertation, 450 pages).

Family

Marilyn Uran b. 14 Jan 1946
Marriage*Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. married Marilyn Uran, daughter of Marshall Milton Uran and Rosalind Herschin, on Aug 19, 1972 in at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA; at the Unitarian Church on Geary Blvd with Hans Bertsch, OFM, officiating. 
Children

Marilyn Uran

F, #4, b. 14 January 1946

Biography

BirthJan 14, 1946Stanford University Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
MarriageAug 19, 1972San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, at the Unitarian Church on Geary Blvd with Hans Bertsch, OFM, officiating.

Family

Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. b. 26 Dec 1944
Marriage*Marilyn Uran married Dr. Charles Joseph Vella PhD. on Aug 19, 1972 in at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA; at the Unitarian Church on Geary Blvd with Hans Bertsch, OFM, officiating. 
Children
Father*Marshall Milton Uran b. 7 Nov 1911, d. 30 Aug 2005
Mother*Rosalind Herschin b. 2 Apr 1918, d. 14 Mar 2011

Susan Gail Uran

F, #13, b. 22 August 1951

Family

Martin Edward Evind b. 2 Jan 1950
Marriage*Susan Gail Uran married Martin Edward Evind on Jan 12, 1980 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
Children
Father*Marshall Milton Uran b. 7 Nov 1911, d. 30 Aug 2005
Mother*Rosalind Herschin b. 2 Apr 1918, d. 14 Mar 2011

Marshall Milton Uran

M, #14, b. 7 November 1911, d. 30 August 2005

Biography

BirthNov 7, 1911Wellsburg, Grundy Co., IA, USA
MarriageSep 5, 1942Reno, Washoe, NV, USA, Per Marshall, they had known each other for 9 months. Marshall had lost his wallet and Roz paid the $15 for the judge. Returned to San Francisco and rented a flat.
DeathAug 30, 2005NobHill HealthCare Center, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, at 8:15 AM
BurialSep 17, 2005Unitarian Church, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, with 60 people present. Susan read a memorial of his life. Charlie created a slide show of 180 photos of his life.

Family

Rosalind Herschin b. 2 Apr 1918, d. 14 Mar 2011
Marriage*Marshall Milton Uran married Rosalind Herschin on Sep 5, 1942 at Reno, Washoe, NV, USA, Per Marshall, they had known each other for 9 months. Marshall had lost his wallet and Roz paid the $15 for the judge. Returned to San Francisco and rented a flat. 
Children
Father*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Mother*Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970

Rosalind Herschin

F, #15, b. 2 April 1918, d. 14 March 2011

Biography

BirthApr 2, 1918Yakima, Yakima Co., WA, USA, age 1 year and 8 months in 1920 census
MarriageSep 5, 1942Reno, Washoe, NV, USA, Per Marshall, they had known each other for 9 months. Marshall had lost his wallet and Roz paid the $15 for the judge. Returned to San Francisco and rented a flat.
DeathMar 14, 2011Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, of dystolic heart dysfunction, age 92

Family

Marshall Milton Uran b. 7 Nov 1911, d. 30 Aug 2005
Marriage*Rosalind Herschin married Marshall Milton Uran, son of Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. and Vivian Imogene Morgan, on Sep 5, 1942 at Reno, Washoe, NV, USA, Per Marshall, they had known each other for 9 months. Marshall had lost his wallet and Roz paid the $15 for the judge. Returned to San Francisco and rented a flat. 
Children

Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D.

M, #23, b. 3 October 1877, d. 11 November 1958

Biography

BirthOct 3, 1877Kankakee, Kankakee, IL, USA, age 3 in 1880 census; age 23, 10/1876, in 1900 census
MarriageApr 26, 1910Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA, at her parents home
DeathNov 11, 1958University Hospital, Iowa City, Johnson Co., IA, USA, of subdural hemorrhage
BurialNov 15, 1958Riverside Cemetery, Riceville, Mitchell Co., IA, USA, Nov 14 given in family bible

Family

Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970
Marriage*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. married Vivian Imogene Morgan, daughter of James Hamilton Morgan and Lydia May Houghton, on Apr 26, 1910 at Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA, at her parents home. 
Children

Vivian Imogene Morgan

F, #28, b. 10 April 1891, d. 17 March 1970

Biography

BirthApr 10, 1891Gilman, Marshall Co., IA, USA, Apr 1891, age 9 in 1900 census
MarriageApr 26, 1910Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA, at her parents home
Author1954Riceville, IA, USA, Author: "Houghton Genealogy - 1066-1953" by Mrs. Joseph Alfred Uran
It took Imogene 6 years to complete; completed in July 1953.
Author1960"Morgan Genealogy 1816-1955", a 223 page genealogy, of her Morgan family, compiled by E. Beulah Hauser, her cousin
DeathMar 17, 1970Mitchell Memorial County Hospital, Osage, Mitchell Co., IA, USA, from congestive heart failure
BurialRiverside Cemetery, Riceville, Mitchell Co., IA, USA, She willed her body to the Medical School at the State University of Iowa. Ellen stated that she donated her body to the Iowa City Hospital for research and was then buried there.
Contributn

Contribution:

     Contribution: Vivian Morgan Uran contributed the genealogy of Seth Houghton through her 1953 manuscript, The Houghton Genealogy.

Family

Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Marriage*Vivian Imogene Morgan married Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. on Apr 26, 1910 at Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA, at her parents home. 
Children
Father*James Hamilton Morgan b. 31 Mar 1864, d. 4 Feb 1961
Mother*Lydia May Houghton b. 16 Apr 1867, d. 15 Nov 1938