Monday, December 14, 2009

Oral history on tap: Meyer memories

The third oral history interview of the (fiscal) year is on schedule for today, and it looks like we're sticking with the M's. After great interviews last month with David Mahler, PhD, and William Morton, MD, DrPH, we are set to sit down with E. Alan Meyer, PhD (who has been donating some of his papers to the archives; about which more here). Lesley Hallick, PhD, President of Pacific University, will be the interviewer. We hope to hear more about his exciting stint as a cryptographer in World War II, his work with giardia, and his fifty-plus years in the Dept. of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at OHSU.

[Meyer shown here circa 1957]

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