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1Title:  Oral history interview with Robert C. De Lisle, 2000 April 10-12   
 Creator:  De Lisle, Robert Charles | Cohen, Helene L. | Chemical Heritage Foundation | Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences | Pew Charitable Trusts 
 Notes:  This oral history is part of a series supported by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts based on the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences. This collection is an important resource for the history of biomedicine, recording the life and careers of young, distinguished biomedical scientists and of Pew Biomedical Scholar Advisory Committee members. Interview conducted by Helene L. Cohen at the University of Kansas Medical Cener, Kansas City, Kansas. From the original collection at the Center for Oral History Research, UCLA Library, UCLA. The following oral history, originally processed at the UCLA Center for Oral History Research, has been reformatted by the Chemical Heritage Foundation. The text of the oral history remains unaltered; any inadvertent spelling or factual errors in the original manuscript have not been modified. The reformatted version and digital copies of the interview recordings are housed at the Othmer Library, Chemical Heritage Foundation. The original version and research materials remain at the Darling Library, University of California, Los Angeles and at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. Robert C. De Lisle was born in Buffalo, New York. He credits his father (an electrical engineer and inventor) with influencing Robert's interest in science. Having won a National Merit Scholarship, he entered University of Massachusetts, Boston, where he discovered a love of lab work, then went onto Case Western University, where he worked in the Ulrich Hopfer laboratory, researching the pancreas. Next, he accepted a postdoc at the University of California, San Francisco, working with John Williams, whom he followed to the University of Michigan. Eventually De Lisle accepted a position at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He is currently working on two broad projects: what muclin protein does in the exocrine pancreas, and applications to cystic fibrosis. 
 Extent:  digital, mp3 file. 
 Subjects:  De Lisle, Robert Charles | National Institute of Health (U.S.) | Cytologists -- Interviews | Cytologists -- Biography | Medical scientists -- Biography | Medical scientists -- Interviews | Medicine -- Research | Oral histories | Interviews

 
Collection:  Science History Institute 
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