It's Research Week 2015 at OHSU and HC&A is joining in the fun! Alongside May 8th's History of Medicine lecture on the Philadelphia Chromosome, we are hosting an open house Tuesday (that's today!) and Wednesday from 12pm-4pm in the History of Medicine Room in the Old Library - just up the steps from the main Research Week action!
We are sharing programs from past OHSU research events, artifacts from the history of research at the university, and a sneak peak of some of the materials from our LSTA digitization and data curation project! (If you are a public health nerd and love historical renderings of data, these are the materials for you...)
Here's a sampling of the materials we've pulled out to share with all of the awesome folks who are filling the Old Library with research excitement and energy this week:
|UOMS/OHSU research events through the ages!|
|Artificial heart valves from the Jeri L. Dobbs Collection|
|Haven't you always wanted to get up close and personal with a Starr-Edwards valve??|
|What do these cool artifact have to do with the history of research at the university? You'll have to come and find out!|
If you're thinking of attending Research Week this year, we can't recommend it enough. See a full schedule of events here: https://www.conftool.pro/research-week-2015/sessions.php. We hope to see you there!