Raymond Nelson DuBois, Jr., MD, PhD, Oral History Interview, November 15, 2018
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Major Topics Covered:
- Institutional changes under Ronald DePinho, MD\
- Leadership: philosophy, leadership growth, fostering leadership; UT System’s process of selecting a new president
- Academic medical centers: developing research and education
Chapter 14: An Institution Transitions Under a New President
Chapter 15: Institutional Changes and the Decision to Leave MD Anderson
Chapter 16: New Roles at Arizona State University and the Medical University of South Carolina
Chapter 17: Advances in Cancer Interruption
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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 15, 2018" (2018). Interview Sessions. 108.
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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.