Minnesota Psychiatry in the Mid-to-Late Twentieth Century Oral History Project: Interview with S. Charles Schulz, M.D.
Dr. Schulz was the third chair of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota medical school. Born and raised in Illinois, he describes a fascinating education leading to academic psychiatry. It was a chance occurrence that led Dr. Schulz to medicine and psychiatry. He held a number of important academic and research positions - especially research in schizophrenia - and founded the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, as well as the National Institute of Mental Health Public/Academic Liaison (PAL) Program. He was chair at Case-Western Reserve in Cleveland for ten years before coming to Minnesota in 1999. In Cleveland, Dr. Schulz participated in wrenching downsizing of hospital programs, experience that served him well when he came to Minnesota. In the interview, he reviews all his experience in detail, and the segment on his success in expanding research and faculty at the University is especially valuable.
20 pages transcript
Content Category: text
Interviewer: Cline, Dr. David
Interviewee: Schulz, Dr. S. Charles
|Holding Type||Oral History - Interview|
OH 124 (Library Call Number)
AV2011.14.29 (Accession Number)
MHS Library Catalog
Oral History - Project, MHS Collection, project: 'Minnesota Psychiatry in the Mid-to-Late Twentieth Century Oral History Project'