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Name: Beth Hansell.
Biostatistics, Bioinformatics & Epidemiology (business manager).
long at MUSC: I’ve been with this department for about seven
years, but I’ve been with MUSC for 33 years.
What did you want to be when you were
little: A nurse.
What was your first job:
Receptionist at a travel agency.
What is the most rewarding aspect of
your job: The health research piece of it.
Item you must have in your refrigerator:
A bottle of wine.
Pet peeve: Pushy, impatient
Favorite way to unwind after a long
day: Sitting on the deck sipping a glass of wine.
Idea of a perfect vacation:
Scuba diving in sparkling, blue, warm water from a remote tropical
If you could relive any day of your
life, what would it be: Getting married was fun.
Words of advice: Don’t sweat the
Something you do that is silly but
really fun: Play Wii with my husband, especially the boxing one
game. I think my husband lets me win.
If I were the U.S. president for a day,
I would ....: Lower gas prices and figure out this economy.
Friday, May 30, 2008
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