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Office of Research Development (Clinical Translational Science Award).
How long at MUSC: Almost 2 years.
What is the most rewarding aspect of
your job: Being at the forefront of translational science.
What did you want to be when you were
What was your first job: Runner
for a law firm.
If you could change careers, what would
you be doing: This is the career change.
Item you must have in your
refrigerator: Coke Zero and ketchup.
Bad habit: Taco Bell.
Pet peeve: Crooked pictures on
Something people don’t know about you:
I used to book Broadway shows.
Favorite saying: “... like
What was your life’s biggest moment: There
have been many. When I was finance director for the Mayor’s Office of
Cultural Affairs, we received the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Award (which
is the governor’s award for arts). And another was being elected to
public office …on the constituent school board.
If today were your last day on earth,
how would you spend it: I’d rather not know it was. I’d have
ulcers worrying about it.
Friday, Jan. 18, 2008
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