Raymond Nelson DuBois, Jr., MD, PhD, Oral History Interview, November 13, 2018
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Major Topics Covered:
- Personal background and education
- Research: Molecular biology, colorectal cancer, cancer interruption
- The Provost’s Office at MD Anderson (2000s): plan to build research; working with faculty
Chapter 01: A Texas Family in a Small Town
Chapter 02: A World of Research Opens Up at Texas A & M and UT Southwestern
Chapter 03: Medical School with a View of How the Basic Sciences Might Address Clinical Problems
Chapter 04: Research and Administration at Vanderbilt University, Focusing on Cancer
Chapter 05: Thoughts on Healthcare, Academic Medical Centers and the Medical University of South Carolina
Chapter 06: An Offer from MD Anderson
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DuBois, Raymond N. Jr., MD, PhD and Rosolowski, Tacey A. PhD, "Raymond Nelson DuBois, Jr., MD, PhD, Oral History Interview, November 13, 2018" (2018). Interview Sessions. 106.
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About the Interview
About the Interview Subject:
Dr. Raymond DuBois (b. Runge, Texas) came to MD Anderson in 2007 to serve as Provost and Executive VP under Dr. John Mendelsohn. He left the institution in 2012 and, since 2016, has been Dean of the College of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.