Shanthi Raam, American Cancer researcher. Recipient Kenneth Dodgson Memorial Lecturer award University Georgia, Athens, 1992.
Raam, Shanthi was born on November 26, 1941 in Madras, India. Came to the United States 1964, naturalized 1977.
Bachelor of Science in Zoology, U. Madras, 1960;
Master of Science in Parasitology, U. Madras, 1962;
Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology, Immunochemistry, U. Georgia, 1973.
Research assistant department zoology, U. Madras, India, 1962-1964;
research assistant department zoology, U. Tennessee, Knoxville, 1964-1965;
teaching assistant, Medical College Georgia, Augusta, 1968-1970;
teaching assistant then research assistant, U. Georgia, Athens, 1970-1973;
postdoctoral research fellow then research associate, Cancer Research Center School Medicine Tufts U., Boston, 1973-1985;
director oncology laboratory, Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Boston, 1976-1992;
associate professor (research), School Medicine Tufts U., Boston, 1986-1994;
independent sales representative, Equinox International Inc., Las Vegas, 1995-1996;
realtor, Jack Conway & Company Inc. Realtors, Norton, Massachusetts, since 1996. Chairman ad hoc peer review committee National Institutes of Health, 1989-1990, advising committee for clinical trials and cancer interventions, since 1990.
Member program committee International Congresson Breast Diseases, 1990. Member biomedical research technical special emphasis panel National Institutes of Health, since 1997.