Nancy Catherine Andrews Oral History Interviews, 2010-2019 2 interviews (1 Master CD, 1 Use CD, 2 transcripts, 8 files totaling 1.2 GB)
Includes 2 oral history interviews with Dr. Nancy C. Andrews conducted on November 30, 2010 by Jessica Rosenberry and January 8 and 10, 2019 by Joseph O'Connell.
In the November 30, 2010 interview, Andrews discusses how dual degree (MD-PhD) is prevalent in deanship positions across the country; translational medicine; Duke's strength in translational medicine; her own research; the difference between what she experienced as a student and what a medical student would experience today at Duke; new learning center opening on Duke campus; financial aspects of the school of medicine and the health system; needs of both the clinical and basic sides of the medical campus; defining her leadership style; direction for school of medicine; study that was done on women in science at MIT in the late 1990s; what Duke is doing to combat the problems that might face women in science; Benjamin Reese of the Duke Office of Institutional Equity and some ways that equity might be achieved; strategies for women trying to achieve success in the sciences; and the uniqueness of this period in history. This interview was done as part of the Women in Duke Medicine oral history exhibit.
In the January 8 and 10, 2019 interviews, Andrews discusses her family background; early interest in science; undergraduate education at Yale; pursuing MD PhD at Harvard and MIT; fellowship research on red blood cells; influence of David Nathan, chair of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School; development of research on iron; administrative roles at Harvard; her transition to deanship at Duke; promoting inclusion and diversity; Duke's characteristics as a younger institution; continuing research during deanship, specifically iron research and iron disease patients; achievements as dean; concluding term as dean; ongoing contributions to Duke including supporting new dean, Mary Klotman; and reflections on scope of dean responsibilities and the importance of a supporting team.
William G. Anlyan Oral History Interviews, 1978-2007 9 interviews (2 CDs, 1 DVD, 12 audio cassette tapes, 7 U-Matic tapes, 4 transcripts)
Daniel (Dan) G. Blazer Oral History Interviews, 1995, 2005 2 Interviews (2 transcripts, 3 audiocassette tapes)
Includes 2 oral history interviews with Dr. Daniel (Dan) G. Blazer conducted on March 31, 1995 by Dr. James Gifford and January 28, 2005 by Jessica Roseberry. The 1995 interview is included in the Dr. David Sabiston Oral History Project.
In the March 31, 1995 interview, Blazer discusses his career, thoughts on medical education, and his specific views on the teaching of surgery at Duke.
In the January 28, 2005 interview, Blazer discusses his experiences in the Duke University School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry.
Robert M. Califf Oral History Interview, 2007-2007 2 Interviews (2 CDs, 2 transcripts) and 1.08 GB
Includes 2 oral history interviews with Dr. Robert M. Califf. The first interview was conducted by Jessica Roseberry on June 11, 2007. The second interview was conducted by Josephine McRobbie on October 18, 2019.
In the June 11, 2007 interview, Califf, then the vice chancellor for clinical research and the director of Duke Translational Medicine Institute, discusses how he got into the field of cardiology, his work at the cardiology databank, early days of computing, medical school at Duke University, experiences working at Duke, and the evolution of the databank into the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI).
In the October 18, 2019 interview, conducted several weeks before Califf left Duke for a position at Google parent company, Alphabet as head of strategy and policy for Google Health and Verily Life Sciences, Califf discusses his upbringing in South Carolina; his formation as a cardiologist; his work as a clinician, researcher, and administrator at Duke; and his 2016-2017 tenure as Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. Major topics include advances in cardiology, developments in clinical trial research, leadership, and mentorship.
Wilburt Cornell Davison Papers, 1881-1979 72.3 Linear Feet (46 cartons, 2 manuscript boxes, 3 flat boxes, 1 large map folder) and 4 academic robes
Contains materials include correspondence, subject files, memorabilia, scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, programs, budgets, reports, deeds, poems, manuscript materials, creative writings, genealogical materials, article reprints, diplomas, certificates and invitations pertaining to the career of Wilburt Cornell Davison. Materials date from 1881 to 1972.
William J. Donelan Oral History Interviews, 2003, 2004, 2020 3 interviews (3 master audiocassette tapes , 2 use audiocassette tapes, 1 transcript) and 11.4 MB
Includes 3 oral history interviews with William J. Donelan conducted on November 11, 2003 and May 26, 2004 by Jessica Roseberry and March 10, 2020 by Emily Stewart as part of the Dr. David Sabiston Oral History Project.
In the November 11, 2003 interview, Donelan discusses his role in the administration of the Duke University Health System. In the May 26, 2004 interview, Donelan continues to discuss his role in the administration of Duke University Health System. In the March 10, 2020 interview, Donelan discusses his early life, his educational background, his professional career path at Duke, the business administration side Duke's transformation into a premier academic hospital, his relationship Sabiston, and Sabiston's legacy at Duke.
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Records, 1944-1992 8 linear feet (5 cartons, 1 flat box) and 3 items on the mobile art cart
Contains administrative records of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, as well as a small amount of portraits and scrapbooks. Materials range in date from 1960 to 1979.
Vice Provost's Advisory Committee Records, 1963-1977 0.5 Linear Feet (1 manuscript box)
Includes correspondence, minutes, handwritten notes, and meeting agendas pertaining to Duke University Medical Center's Vice Provost's Advisory Committee. Materials date from 1963 to 1977.
Office of Grants and Contracts Records, 1984-1993 1.5 Linear Feet (1 carton)
Contains the administrative files from the Office of Grants and Contracts pertaining to budgets, reports, grant funding, and research grants. Materials date from 1984 to 1993.