Oral history interview with Alice Huang (video and transcript)

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Title

Oral history interview with Alice Huang (video and transcript)

Subject

Huang, Alice
Virology
Peptides--Synthesis
Mentoring
Work-life balance

Abstract

Oral history interview with Alice Huang, M.D. As Director of the Laboratories of Infectious Diseases at Boston's Children's Hospital, Dr. Huang leads a team of physicians and scientists who are exploring virus structure and function. Dr. Huang explains how recent advances in peptide synthesis may lead to the development of vaccines for some of the world's worst diseases. Married to Nobel Laureate David Baltimore and mother of a young daughter, Dr. Huang talks of the decisions and problems involved in combining family responsibilities with a demanding career.

Creator

Joint Committee on the Status of Women

Date Created

1982

Rights

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Is Part Of

Joint Committee on the Status of Women Records

Format

video

Extent

1 videorecording (165 MB) and transcript (9 pages)

Medium

Videotape

Language

English

Type

moving image

Identifier

https://vimeo.com/51462474

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Interviewee

Huang, Alice

Original Format

Videotape

Duration

00:20:59

Files

Huang_Alice_1982_transcript.pdf

Citation

Joint Committee on the Status of Women, “Oral history interview with Alice Huang (video and transcript),” OnView, accessed July 15, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/5992.

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