Innovative African American alumnus featured by Michigan Video Abstracts
“Be true to yourself. Do what it is you want to do.” — Roy Hudson, Ph.D., M.S.
As the first African American man to earn a pharmacology degree from U-M, Danforth Foundation fellow, Brown University Graduate School assistant dean and president of Hampton University…Roy D. Hudson has a long list of accomplishments to his name.
In a recent Michigan Video Abstracts interview, you can hear Hudson recount stories of his humble beginnings and what it was like to make the scientific discovery of how adrenaline affects blood pressure.
As for advice to those just starting out? “Think about where you’re going and keep your eyes there.”
Learn more about Hudson by checking out the links below:
- Alumni Spotlight: Roy Hudson
- African Americans in Science, Math, and Invention
- Dr. Hudson’s full MVA interview (32 minutes, 21 seconds)
Michigan Video Abstracts, a novel online forum for biomedical research, learning, and scholarship at Michigan Medicine