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History of the Health Sciences Caucus 

Members: 86     Discussions: 220     Files: 6

The History of the Health Sciences Caucus promotes interest in history of the health sciences collections, improves connections among libraries with history of health sciences collections and librarians, and provides opportunities for the education of HHSC members.

Member Benefits

  • The caucus newsletter, Incipit.
  • Communication and cooperation among colleagues having similar interests and/or professional responsibilities.
  • Opportunity to be active in the Medical Library Association by serving as a caucus officer or committee member.
  • Opportunity to take part in caucus sponsored programming at the MLA annual meeting.
  • Opportunity to write and publish articles in the caucus newsletter.
  • Access to the caucus forum and member directory

Contact HHSC Membership Chair, Deirdra Woodson, with any questions.

Public Resources

Explore out extensive list of history of the health sciences links, including sites on the history of diseases; historical libraries and archives; and history of the health sciences education programs.

HHSC Leaders

NamePosition
Nancy Gayle Burford
Texas A&M University
Chair; Community Council Alternate
Mary E. Helms, AHIP
Immediate Past Chair; Community Council Representative
Megan Rosenbloom, AHIP
University of Southern California
Chair-elect; Program Chair
Jennifer Davidoff Miglus, AHIP
UConn Health
Secretary/Treasurer
Deidra Woodson
Membership Committee Chair
Stephen J. Greenberg, AHIP
Feature Editor, History Matters
Marie Cirelli
Penn State University
Blog Editor
Alyssa Kathryn Migdalski
University of Oklahoma - Tulsa
Community Manager
Richard H. Nollan, AHIP
Texas Tech University HSC
HHS Liaison to the Oral History Committee
Gale A. Oren, AHIP
University of Michigan
Continuing Education Chair