Image showing behind the scenes at the recording of Dr. Lynne Shinto's oral history interview; Shinto's face is shown on a television screen along with the recording studio.

Oral History: Lynne Shinto and integrative medicine

This post comes from Roman Block, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Integrative medicine, which pairs the use of natural medicine with that of conventional...

Jeff Colby retires after four decades with the OHSU Library

This week we celebrate our colleague, Jeff Colby, as he retires after four decades (you read that right, 40 years!) with OHSU. Jeff's seen the Library, and the institution, through many changes...

OHSU doctors Krystle Collins, M.D., left, and Jason Campbell, M.D., M.S., gather with other medical professionals in Pioneer Courthouse Square on Friday, June 5, 2020, hold up signs: Dr. Collins holds up a sign reading "We have so much potential if you would just let us live." Dr. Campbell holds up a sign reading "Dear your boys of color: this is your future!"

New Resource Guide on Race, Racism and Health Disparities

In collaboration with the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and in response to requests from our community, the Library has published a new guide: Resources on Race, Racism and Health...

Image of two Starr-Edwards ball-and-cage style artificial heart valves set on an orange-red background. The valve on the left has a metal ball, while the valve on the right has a white plastic ball. Both balls are enclosed in white mesh cloth-covered cages.

Oral History: James A. Wood and the artificial heart valve

This post comes from Roman Block, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Each year, our lives are changed by new inventions, revelations about our collective...

Anytime, anywhere: The Library is here to help

Did you know that you can video chat with a librarian to get help with things like conducting a literature review, searching PubMed or learning how to use EndNote? Or that you can request free...

Signs from OHSU student-led Black Lives Matter Protest on June 13, 2020. Signs read "Black Lives Matter" and "Nurses Against Racism."

Archiving the present: Documenting OHSU history-in-progress

Historically speaking, university archives are often a bit ... behind the times. It’s the nature of the work. We retain records that are no longer in active use, but which document the people,...

History and Resources in Observance of Juneteenth

The OHSU Library continues to work toward inclusion, diversity, equity and access for all. We understand all institutions need to examine their practices and root out racism, white supremacy, and...

Oral History: Dr. Peter Kohler

This post comes from Roman Block, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Another interview from our Oral History Collection is now available online. The subject...