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Rose Hogan

Margaret Rose Hogan, 1932–2013

Year Fellowship Conferred: 1991

MLA Elected Offices and Committee Chair Appointments

MLA
  • National Program Committee, member, 1969, 1980, 1983
  • Ad Hoc Committee to Recommend Additional Sources of Income for MLA, chair, 1980
  • Annual Meeting, Local Arrangements Committee, Scientific Exhibits, chair, 1973
  • Committee on Scholarships, member, 1971–1975, chair 1975
Chapter
  • South Central Chapter of MLA, Chapter Council representative, 1981–1984; president, 1971–1972

Honors and Awards

MLA

Fellow, 1991

Other Awards
  • Arkansas Library Association, Distinguished Service Award, 1983
  • Sigma Xi, 1958
Other Accomplishments and Activities (selected)
  • Founding member, South Central Academic Medical Libraries Consortium (SCAMeL)
  • Arkansas Library Association, president, 1970
  • American Library Association, Arkansas councilor, 1971–1973

Publications (5 representative)

  • Hogan R. An evaluation of MEDLARS output: demand and recurring bibliographies. Bull Med Lib Assoc. 1966 Oct;54(4):321–4 [cited 30 May 2014].
  • Felter J, Hogan R, Livingston F, Divett R. CE 1 basic punch card principles for librarians. MLA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1964.
  • Dinning JS, Hogan R. A relationship of vitamin B12 to hydroxymethyl tetrahydrofolic dehydrogenase. Federation Proc. 1960;19:418.
  • Douglass CD, Hogan R. A metabmolite of 1–hydrazinophthalazine (Hydralazine). Proc Soc Exp Bio Med. 1959:100:446–8.
  • Hogan MR. Studies on the tissue metabolism of flavonoid compounds [master’s thesis]. Little Rock, University of Arkansas, 1959.

Professional Positions

  • Director, , 1966–1990, Reference Librarian, 1962–1966; UAMS Library, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS)–Little Rock
  • Medical Researcher, Veterans Administration Hospital, Little Rock, AR, 1960–1962
  • Biochemistry Department, UAMS, Little Rock, AR, 1956–60
  • Graduate Teaching Fellow, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, 1954–1955

MLA published statements about the fellow

Education

  • MS, biochemistry, University of Arkansas, 1959
  • Little Rock VA Hospital Medical Technology Program (incomplete), 1955–1956
  • Graduate School, St. Louis University, 1954–1955
  • BS, biology and chemistry, St. Louis University, 1954

 

Rose Hogan