Organized by accession: A2004-010, 2001-2002; A2004-034, 1994-2004; A2004-038, 1990-2004; A2004-047, 1967-2004.
Organized into the following series: Subject Files, 1974-1987; Correspondence, 1974-1984; Meetings Attended, 1980-1985. This collection forms part of the Chancellor for Health Affairs Records.
Ralph Snyderman Oral History Interviews, 1990-2019 8 Interviews (6 transcripts, 15 audiocassette tapes) and 77.9 MB
Includes 8 oral history interviews with Dr. Ralph Snyderman. The interviews conducted on December 14, 1990; March 23, 1993; April 22, 1994; and April 28, 1995 were done by Dr. James Gifford. The April 28, 1995 interview is included in the Dr. David Sabiston Oral History Project.The interviews conducted on March 6, 2003; December 16, 2003; January 16, 2004; and February 23, 2004 were done by Walter E. Campbell for the book "Foundations for Excellence: 75 Years of Duke Medicine".The interview contacted on July 22, 2019 by Dr. Justin Barr is part of the Dr. David Sabiston Oral History Project. In the interviews, Snyderman discusses his life leading up to the time he spent at the National Institutes of Health, his time at Genentech, accepting the chancellor position at Duke, Duke Medical Center's 75th anniversary, his tenure as chancellor, his background, and his memories of Sabiston.
Ralph Snyderman (Personal) Papers, 1899-2006 57.5 Linear Feet (38 cartons, 1 flat box)
Contains the collected papers of Ralph Snyderman. Materials document Snyderman's professional appointments at both Duke University and Genentech, Inc., a biomedical technology firm in San Francisco, California. The papers consist of publications, manuscript materials, research materials, collected publications and citations, presentations and related correspondence, travel files, Genentech, Inc. research and administrative materials, subject files, business records from Snyderman's role as Duke's Chancellor for Health Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) committee and working group files, and papers from other committees and professional organizations of which Snyderman was a member. Major subjects include Snyderman's research in inflammation, immunology, and rheumatology; health care reform; medical administration and the role of the academic health center; and integrative and prospective medicine. Materials range in date from 1899 to 2006.