Paul W. Kincade, Ph.D.

Paul W. Kincade

 Brief Bio

Paul Kincade is vice president of research, member of the Immunobiology and Cancer Research Program, and the William H. and Rita Bell Chair in Biomedical Research at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. He is also the scientific director of the Oklahoma Center for Adult Stem Cell Research and an adjunct professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Dr. Kincade was president of The American Association of Immunologists from 2002 to 2003 and served on the AAI Council from 1997 to 2003. He was awarded the AAI Distinguished Service Award in 1998.

 Oral History - Full Interview

 

Interview Date: Saturday, May 3, 2014
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

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 Oral History - Transcript

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 AAI Service History

Joined: 1975
President: 2002–2003
Vice President: 2001–2002
Councillor: 1997–2001

The Journal of Immunology
Associate Editor: 1979–1984
Committees
Trainee Affairs Committee: 1983–1985
Program Committee: 1988–1993
Nominating Committee: 1991–1992
Program Committee: 1993–1994 (vice-chair), 1994–1997 (chair)

Other Service
AAI Representative to FASEB Board: 1998–2004
AAI Representative to FASEB Public Affairs Executive Committee: 1998–2000, 2002–2004
AAI Representative on IUIS Council: 1994–2004

 President's Address

"The Importance of Environment in the Production of Lymphocytes and Immunologists," Delivered May 6, 2003

The Journal of Immunology 171, no. 10 (2003): 4953–56.

 President's Message

"Do We Need More Scientists?" August 2002

AAI Newsletter (August 2002), 1, 5.

"Our Place in the World," June 2003

AAI Newsletter (June/July 2003), 2.

 Awards and Honors

  • NIH Research Career Development Award, 1978–1983
  • M.E.R.I.T. Award (NIH), 1989
  • AAI Distinguished Service Award, 1998
  • ISI List of Highly Cited Scientists, 2006

 Institutional/Biographical Links

  • Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation profile