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Southern Oral History Program Interview Database
  • All fields: L.11.2. University of North Carolina: School of Medicine and UNC Hospitals: N.C. Memorial Hospital Oral History Project
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    • L-0366
    • Barkley, Karl L., 1932-
    • 16 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Karl Barkley discusses the early influences of his father, the value of his education and naval training and, most importantly, the importance of mentors throughout his medical training and career. Dr. Barkley attributes a large majority of his...
    • L-0379
    • Hoole, Axalla J., 1938-
    • 2 December 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Axalla (“Zell”) Hoole discusses his medical training and career, including his medical training in South Carolina, his service in the U. S. Air Force which took him to Newfoundland and California, his residency training at Emory Hospital in...
    • L-0367
    • Bashford, Robert A., 1945-
    • 18 October 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Robert Bashford discusses his upbringing, medical training, mentorship experiences, and career transitions within the fields of obstetrics and psychiatry. Particular emphasis is on his educational experiences, the changes he has witnessed in...
    • L-0374
    • Grimes, David A.
    • 29 October 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. David Grimes discusses his upbringing in Greensboro, undergraduate and medical education and his work at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) within the abortion surveillance branch. Dr. Grimes frames his life decisions in political context:...
    • L-0377
    • Harper, James R., Sr., 1934-
    • 24 September 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. James Harper Sr., MD from the Department of Cardiology at the University of North Carolina Hospital discusses his upbringing, medical training, pioneering work in both public and private health care in North Carolina, and his ongoing role as...
    • L-0378
    • Hedgpeth, Edward McG, Jr.
    • 18 September 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Edward McG “Ned” Hedgpeth, Jr., MD discusses his upbringing in Chapel Hill, NC (including his experience with viral myocarditis as an adolescent) and his experiences during his medical training. He focuses on what it was like to be a...
    • L-0372
    • Fisher, Otis N., 1933-
    • 23 October 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Otis Fisher discusses his early childhood and the fortuitous circumstances that led to his acceptance to medical school at the University of North Carolina. As a member of the sixth graduating class, he reminisces on the atmosphere of medical...
    • L-0371
    • Edwards, James Ronald, 1934-
    • 5 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • In the following interview, Dr. James (J. Ron) Edwards discusses his early life in Mitchel County, NC, his college years at East Tennessee State and the sequence of events that led to his matriculation at the University of North Carolina School of...
    • L-0376
    • Hamrick, Harvey J.
    • 15 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Harvey Hamrick briefly describes his family background and education before medical school. He discusses the differences and similarities of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s medical education in the 1960s compared to today,...
    • L-0373
    • Fox, J. Thomas.
    • 8 October 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Thomas Fox discusses his upbringing and childhood in Asheville, family and medical training. He discusses his process of applying and being accepted to the University of North Carolina as an undergraduate and then as a medical student. Dr. Fox...
    • L-0383
    • McDaniel, W. Jason.
    • 20 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. W. Jason McDaniel, graduate of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and UNC Orthopedic Residency Program, discusses how he became interested in orthopedic surgery, the process of applying to medical school, his...
    • L-0380
    • Hubbard, William C.
    • 20 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Hubbard discusses his upbringing, motivations for entering the medical field, and his experiences as an undergraduate, medical student, and resident at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Some emphasis is placed on the ways medical...
    • L-0370
    • Burns, William Woodrow, Jr., 1937-
    • 18 September 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. William Burns shares with us his upbringing, medical training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine (1965-1969) and General Surgery residency at North Carolina Memorial Hospital (1970-1974) with a brief training...
    • L-0369
    • Brown, Robert C., 1933-
    • 20 September 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Robert Brown, a pathologist who received his medical school, residency, and fellowship training at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and North Carolina’s Memorial Hospital from 1955-1964. Dr....
    • L-0381
    • Kopp, Vincent J., 1951-
    • 20 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • In this interview, Dr. Vincent Joseph Kopp recounts his story, having lived in the Raleigh-Chapel Hill area over the last 50 years. Dr. Kopp grew up in upstate New York and moved to North Carolina around the time he started high school. He...
    • L-0368
    • Bilbro, Robert H., 1940-
    • 8 November 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Robert Bilbro, MD discusses his early life, his training and his career in medicine. Dr. Bilbro mentions the influences of his father and his tenth grade biology teacher, Miss Picklesimer, in influencing him to choose a career in medicine. He...
    • L-0375
    • Hamby, George W.
    • 7 October 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. George Hamby discusses his upbringing, family life, medical training both in medical school and residency, and his current practice. Particular emphases are on the changes in treatment regimens and the change in the scope of medical psychiatry...
    • L-0382
    • Mann, Tift, 1942-
    • 29 September 2013
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Dr. Tift Mann discusses his upbringing, his internship and residency at N. C. Memorial Hospital, and his development of a catheter laboratory at Wake Hospital. Dr. Mann highlights the differences between the internship year as it was in the 1960s...
    • L-0347
    • Axelbank, Arthur, 1951-
    • 7 November 2012
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Arthur Axelbank, MD (University of North Carolina Department of Family Medicine): Dr. Axelbank discusses his upbringing, medical training, mentorship experiences, and career transitions as a Family Medicine practitioner within North Carolina...
    • L-0358
    • Pagano, Joseph S., 1931-
    • 18 October 2012
    • No restrictions. Open to research.
    • Joseph Pagano, MD (UNC School of Medicine): Dr. Pagano discusses his upbringing, medical training, mentorship experiences, and career transitions within North Carolina Memorial Hospital (now UNC Hospitals). Particular emphasis is on his transition...

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