Dr. Randolph Howes
Prof. Randolph Howes is the author of The Fire Eaters: Molding Your Own Destiny More Easily. He is an accomplished scientist, surgeon, writer, visionary, philanthropist, singer, songwriter, broadcaster, inventor, author, columnist, international speaker, corporate executive and rancher. Dr. Howes was the first in the history of Tulane School of Medicine to receive an M.D. and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry simultaneously. He trained in general and plastic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital and was the first to obtain board eligibility in both simultaneously. He invented the triple lumen venous catheter, which has helped save the lives of over 20 million critically ill patients worldwide. It became #1 in the world. He received the Harper Award from the American College for Advancement in Medicine and in 2013, he was awarded the first Charles Farr Award for "excellence in oxidative medicine." He has written 23 books on oxygen metabolism, 9 science fiction novels and over 350 medical editorials.