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Dr. Janice Dorn was a well respected member of the Spec List for many years. She became a dear friend via e-mail and phone, though we never met. When she did not respond to my e-mail and her message box on her phone was full, I became concerned and checked the web. Her husband and two sisters had all passed away in the past couple of years. So I had no one else to contact to find out what might have happened. So I was greatly saddened this morning to find that she passed away on April 25th at the age of 78 from cancer. She will be greatly missed by me as she was a wonderful person.

Her obituary can be found here:

In Memory of Janice Bebe Dorn

October 13, 1938 - April 25, 2017 Obituary

Dr. Janice Dorn, M.D., Ph.D., 78, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away April 25, 2017 peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer. Born October 13, 1939 in Canton, Ohio, she graduated from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine with a Ph.D. in Neuroanatomy and did her postdoctoral work in Neurophysiology at the New York Medical College. She went on to receive her M.D. from La Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez, then onto a year of clinical clerkships in Phoenix, Arizona as well as a Neurology Internship at The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Dr. Dorn subsequently trained in Anesthesiology at UCLA and also completed a Fellowship in Cancer Pain Management. After the conclusion of a Psychiatric Residency at the Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, she accepted the position of Associate Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, The University of Missouri Medical Center at Columbia and The Chicago Medical School. She won numerous awards for teaching and eventually held the position of Director of International Clinical Research for a major pharmaceutical company that sent her around the world for nearly a decade searching for methods of life extension and optimal aging. After living in Scotland, Germany and South Africa, in 1987, she began her private boutique practice of Biological Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and Psychoneuroendocrinology in Phoenix, Arizona.

Dr. Dorn held the following Board Certifications:

• Diplomate, General Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

• Diplomate, American Society of Addiction Medicine

As a Coach University graduate, in 1994, Dr. Dorn had focused her attention on trading, mentoring and commentary in the financial markets with emphasis on Behavioral Neurofinance, Mass Psychology, Trading Neuropsychology, Futurism and Life Extension. She is believed to have been the only M.D. Psychiatrist and Ph.D. Brain Anatomist in the world who traded actively and coached traders while writing commentary about the financial markets. She authored over 1000 publications relating to Trading and Investing Neuropsychology, Market Mass Neuro-psychology, Behavioral Neurofinance as well as Holistic Wellness and Longevity as she provided coaching/mentoring to more than 600 traders around the world. She also published two books, her first in 2008 entitled "personal Responsibility: The Power of You". She served in the position of Global Risk Strategist for Ingenieux Wealth Systems in Sydney, Australia. She became a sought after media personality, lecturer and trading coach.

Dr. Dorn most recently honored as a faculty member at The University of Arizona College of Medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. Her greatest joy was helping others grow & prosper. She was a lover of music, an accomplished pianist and dancer. As a long time advocate of health and wellness, she was also a multiple medalist in the Senior Olympics. She was predeceased by her longtime husband, Thomas McNaughton D.O., M.D. and will be missed by her family, friends, students and colleagues. Donations may be made in Janice's memory to a charity of your choice.

J.T Holley writes: 

She was a kind soul. She reached out to me during my divorce to ease my mind. The world lost an incredible mind and warm heart.

anonymous writes: 

One of the most perceptive people I've ever met.

Jeff Watson writes: 

I've been trying to contact her for months. She was a friend and helped me through a period of great difficulty. Requiescat in Pace.

Jeff Rollert writes:

She was one great lady, and a particularly impressive addition by Vic to our group. I will miss her a lot. There have been too many who have gone silent in my life over the last year. I'd like to ask the List how we replace them in our lives. There must be a practical way.

Russ Sears writes: 

Like Jeff, she helped me through a hard time, all the while she was suffering from impending death of her husband. She also helped me with some writing. She was always eager to help me with any idea I thought was clever. And loved to share her plans. But last contact I could not get any response to what projects she was working on. I had been trying to contact her but was getting no answer. Like Scott, I have a pit in my stomach from the loss. She will be missed. 


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  1. marion dreyfus on May 21, 2017 9:08 pm

    Devastated by learning of Janice’s death. We have had a lively correspondence for a decade and more, and I edited her first book. I too sent her emails this week and for several weeks, and did not get a response, usually immediate and full of intelligent energy and friendship.

    I mourn her passing, much too soon. a wonderful person, a caring wife, a loving friend. She unfailingly gave me greast feedback on my articles and poetry, which I sent her before they were published.

    What a loss to us. What a loss to me.

    I miss her already.

    How wonderful of Rudolf to have told us; otherwise, how would I have known?

    marion

  2. marion dreyfus on May 27, 2017 3:04 pm

    Devastated by learning of Janice’s death. We have had a lively correspondence for a decade and more, and I edited her first book. I too sent her emails this week and for several weeks, and did not get a response, usually immediate and full of intelligent energy and friendship.

    I mourn her passing, much too soon. a wonderful person, a caring wife, a loving friend. She unfailingly gave me great feedback on my articles and poetry, which I sent her before they were published.

    What a loss to us. What a loss to me.
    I miss her already.

    How wonderful of Rudolf to have told us; otherwise, how would we have known?

    marion

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