|Title:||Carl Baker oral history interviews|
|Creator:||Baker, Carl G.|
|Size:||2 boxes (2 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Contains twenty-four transcripts from oral history interviews conducted by Dr. Carl Baker with scientists at the National Cancer Institute, Cancer Viruses Research Programs, National Institutes of Health. Interviewees include: Dr. Norman Anderson, Dr. John Bader, Dr. Carl Baker, Dr. Nathaniel Berlin, Dr. Charles Boone, Dr. Robert Depue, Dr. James Duff, Dr. Robert Gallo, Dr. Giovanni Gori, Dr. Janet Hartley, Dr. Samuel Herman, Dr. Robert Holdenried, Dr. Gary Kelloff, Dr. Ruth Kirschstein, Dr. Robert Manaker, Mr. Gerry Meyer, Dr. Robert Miller, Dr. Bayard Morrison, Dr. Marvin Schneiderman, Dr. Lou Sibal, Dr. Robert Stevenson, Dr. Harold Varmus, Dr. William Walter, and Dr. Gordon Zubrod.|
|Citation:||Carl Baker oral history interviews, Center for Biological Sciences Archives, Collection 48, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Dr. Carl G. Baker (1920-2009) was a prominent viral oncology researcher, former director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) from 1969-1972, and a proponent of the National Cancer Act (1971).
Transcripts are arranged alphabetically by interviewee.
Donated by Catherine Baker, 2009.
Oral History Archive, Office of History, National Institutes of Health.
Describing Archives: a Content Standard (DACS)
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Release forms are unavailable so reproductions are not currently allowed. Forms may be available at the National Institutes of Health, Office of History. Copyright maintained by the creator.
Baker, Carl G.
Anderson, Norman G. (Norman Gulack), 1919-
Berlin, Nathaniel I., 1920-2008
Boone, Charles W.
Gallo, Robert C.
Kirschstein, Ruth L.
Zubrod, C. Gordon (Charles Gordon), 1914-1999
National Cancer Institute (U.S.)
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
Cancer -- Research
Baker, Carl G. -- Archives