Donald A. Podoloff, MD, Oral History Interview, June 04, 2015
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Major Topics Covered:
- Research culture at MD Anderson
- Growth at MD Anderson
- Ethics in medicine and research
Chapter 21: Next Steps --for the Division of Radiology and the Field
Chapter 22: Medical Education, Radiology Researchers, and The Future of Radiology Research (in the Healthcare Economy)
Chapter 23: MD Anderson Growth as an Impact on Institutional Culture and on Radiology
Chapter 24: Legacy Left at MD Anderson; A Love of French Cooking; Life and Work Fed by Spirituality
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About the Interview
About the Interview Subject:
Donald A. Podoloff, MD (b. 23 December 1937, New York, New York) came to MD Anderson in 1986 as an Associate Professor in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. Today he has joint appointments in the Departments of Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, and Clinical Systems Imaging, all in the Division of Diagnostic Imaging. He currently serves as Director of Clinical/Translational Research in that Division.
Dr. Podoloff’s research has focused on diagnostic methods and therapies for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma as well as functional imaging to locate tumors and determine drug dosages. His administrative roles have included Department Chair, Department of Nuclear Medicine (9/1993-9/2005) and Division Head, Division of Diagnostic Imaging (9/2001-9/2010). He currently serves as Medical Director for the Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (3/2009-present), a center he helped to found.