This collection contains correspondence, reports, committee materials, speeches, lectures, presentation notes, manuscript materials, research files, and grant files belonging to David E. Yount, primarily during his tenure at the University of Hawaii. Many papers, speeches, and lectures are located in folders related to conferences, annual meetings, and workshops that Yount attended. Major subjects include diving, acoustics, decompression, decompression sickness, high-energy physics, and diving physiology. Materials range in date from 1862 to 2000, the majority of the papers are from the years 1975 to 2000.
This collection consists notebooks from Dr. John D. York's laboratory ("York Lab") at Duke University Medical Center from 1996 to 2012, as well as some notebooks from before he came to Duke . Notebooks belong to York, and numerous other members of his lab, including, but not limited to: Makoto Fujii, Shuling Guo, Andy Seeds, B. Speigelberg, Jill Stevenson Paulik, and Leslie Stolz. This collection also contains procedures, notes, and other files from Dr. York's office.
Contains the correspondence, subject files, speeches, travel records, and reprints of James B. Wyngaarden, former professor and administrator of the Duke University School of Medicine and Duke University Hospital in Durham, N.C. Materials range in date from 1958 to 1993.
Includes 3 oral history interviews with Dr. James B. Wyngaarden conducted on April 9, 1982 by Dr James Gifford, March 21, 2005 by Jessica Roseberry, and October 17, 2007 by Jessica Roseberry as part of the Women in Duke Medicine Oral History Exhibit.In the April 9, 1982 interview, Wyngaarden discusses his background, education, professional career, research, his time at Duke and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and research training programs.In the March 21, 2005 interview, Wyngaarden discusses his work at both the NIH and Duke, as well as his commitment to the concept of the physician scientist and his continued work in scientific fields since leaving the NIH.In the October 17, 2007 interview, which is part of the Women in Duke Medicine Oral History Exhibit, Wyngaarden discusses Dr. Grace Kerby and his understanding of her experiences in the Department of Medicine.
James B. Wyngaarden Oral History Interviews, 1982-2007, undated 3 interviews (4 audiocassette tapes, 2 CDs, 3 transcripts)
Contains correspondence, brochures, speeches, minutes, clippings, reports, programs, notes, photographs pertaining to the career of Barnes Woodhall. Materials largely pertain to the development of curriculum, regulation, and continuing education of surgeons. Major subjects in this series include Association of American Medical Colleges, Veterans Administration Committee, building, development, and expansion, the Cushing Society, Fallout Preparedness Committee, Health Planning Council for North Carolina, Journal of Neurosurgery, the Medical Center Library, long range planning, North Carolina Atomic Energy Advisory Committee, Research Triangle Institute, and the Veteran's Administration hospitals. Major correspondents include , R. Taylor Cole (provost), Everett Hopkins of the Office of Institutional Advancement, and Douglas M. Knight (president).Materials range in date from 1930 to 1987.