Conversations with Founders of the Field of Human Inborn Errors of Immunity
Jean-Laurent Casanova (JLC):Rebecca, could you please tell us about your ancestry and education?
Rebecca H Buckley (RHB): My ancestry is Scotch Irish: English. My father’s family had come to this country several generations before and settled in Virginia and North Carolina. My mother’s family had also come to this country several generations before and she grew up in South Carolina. I grew up in Hamlet, North Carolina, a small railroad town of about 5000 people where my father was a general practitioner and my mother a school teacher. My father took house calls and the telephone was right outside my bedroom door so I heard most conversations. My father also took care of people who got sick on the train. My aunt, who also lived with us, taught me in the fourth grade in a small primary school and then I went to high school where I graduated in a class of 55 students. I was the only one who went to college. I also took piano lessons throughout my childhood.
JLC:How about college and...