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Title: Edward Shorter "The Health Century" Interview Collection
Creator: Shorter, Edward
Dates: 1986-1987
Extent: 0.9 linear feet (2 boxes)
Abstract:The collection consists of interviews conducted by Edward Shorter in preparation for his book The Health Century (1987).
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• ... recruiting and training young scientists; important contemporary research such as AIDS and cancer drugs. The corporate interviewees explore more technical aspects of drug production; the h ...
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• ...incent DeVita; Gordon Zubrod; Howard Skipper; cell kill hypothesis; Tom Frei and Jay Freireich; NCI cancer screening program; Platinol; leadership figures; coming to Bristol-Myers; commercial industry ...
• ...ts as musicians; coming to NIH, Dave Rall, pharmacology; Hodgkin's disease research; role in war on cancer; Yarborough Commission; Mary Lasker influence; developing research agendas, Friday seminars, ...
• ... William Sebrell, James Shannon, Joseph Smadel; holding back her polio vaccine research; move to cancer; Sarah Stewart; family and educational background; University of Cincinnati; Carville Lepraso ...
• ...h Stewart, Ludwig Gross; SV40 Sabin vaccine controversy again; William Sebrell's leadership; war on cancer; gender discrimination; culture of lab work ...
• ... discovery of adenovirus, developing a vaccine, and beneficial impact for the military; tumors as cancer causing agents; why he came to Merck, Vannevar Bush, solving 1957 Asian influenza pandemic, b ...
• ...ed there, first purification of interferon through viral induction, abandoning interferon research, cancer immunology and etiology, relationship with NIH cancer programs; discovery of oncogenes as new ...
• ...al induction, abandoning interferon research, cancer immunology and etiology, relationship with NIH cancer programs; discovery of oncogenes as new era of modern science, molecular biology, genetics; p ...
• ...nter of virology; Huebner, Ender, Habel and how their labs operated, big vs. small science; rise of cancer immunology and molecular genetics; early history of NIH beginnings, Sebrell, Smadel, Shannon, ...
• ...nnon, Lister Hill, John Fogarty; impact of politically mandated or targeted research such as war on cancer; AIDS research 1 ...
• ...pics: Educational background in microbiology, immunology; recruited to NIH by John Maloney in 1973, cancer virus program; reverse transcriptase research; looking for viruses in human cancer; downfall ...
• ...Maloney in 1973, cancer virus program; reverse transcriptase research; looking for viruses in human cancer; downfall of the virus cancer program; Bob Gallo; return to animal models; rise of monoclonal ...
• ... reverse transcriptase research; looking for viruses in human cancer; downfall of the virus cancer program; Bob Gallo; return to animal models; rise of monoclonal antibodies and hybridoma tech ...
• ...idoma technology; Hilary Koprowski influence on his work; how his lab started using biopsied breast cancer tissue instead of cultured tissue as revolutionary; relationship with Malloy pharmaceuticals ...
• ...ate industry; forecasting future applications for Inteferon, monoclonal antibodies; Schering's anti-cancer drug program, lymphokines; migration of young scientists from NIH to industry instead of acad ...
• ...testifying before Congress; James Shannon's personality and political skills; opinion of the war on cancer, strategy of targeted research programs; impact of AIDS; family genealogy; current work start ...
• ...rch to understand the underlying mechanisms of diseases, Bristol Myers on verge of breakthroughs in cancer research and infectious disease, genetic engineering and microbiology, receptorology, cell bi ...
• ... consulting for Upjohn, politics of biochemistry vs. pharmacology; azauracil azauridine research, cancer research, working with Cal BioChem and NIH, application for psoriasis, FDA denied approval, p ...