Verne E. Chaney established Thomas Dooley Foundation and Intermed Inc., which became Intermed International in 2000. He trained as a general surgeon and later a thoracic surgeon at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.


Contains correspondence, reports, promotional materials, and other items pertaining to Irvington House, a medical research and patient treatment center located in New York. These materials were created and collected by Robert L. Heckel, a white anthropologist who conducted an administrative study of Irvington House in the 1950s.
Charles Henning Hendricks (1917-2010) was a practioner and professor of obstetrics and gynecology. Hendricks practiced and taught at Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University) beginning in 1957, served as a Macy Fellow in the Seccion Fisiologica Obstetrica at the University of Uruguay in Montevideo, and came to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1968. During his time at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Hendricks served as a professor and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Hendricks retired as a Robert A. Ross Distinguished Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology emeritus in December 1988.


Frank H. Netter (1906-1991) was a white artist and physician whose illustrations depicted many medical conditions, treatments and anatomy of the human body. Before Netter studied medicine and became a physician he studied art and had established himself as a commercial artist early in his career. After completing medical school he set up his medical practice but was unable to make a living as a physician because of the Great Depression. It was at this time that he began making medical illustrations for various pharmaceutical companies. His pictures appeared in medical advertisements, pamphlets and books. His relationship with Ciba Pharmaceutical Company (later called CIBA-GEIGY Corporation and Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation) encompassed most of his career and resulted in the publication of many anatomy books. The best known of these is the eight volume set titled the Ciba Collection of Medical Illustrations or the "green books." The first volume of this collection was published in 1953 and the last volume was published posthumously in 1993. This collection is now known as the Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations. Frank H. Netter completed the 'Atlas of Human Anatomy' in 1989 and a large number of his illustrations were used in Clinical Symposia which was a publication of Ciba.
The collection consists of post-1801 theses in multiple languages from leading medical schools throughout the world. Europe is well represented, with many theses originating from universities in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. Countries with lesser quantities in the collection include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Algeria, Indonesia, and others.


Daniel Okun (1917-2007) worked in 89 countries over the course of his career. He began his career in the Army as a Sanitary Engineering Officer, and later switched to the private sector, working for Malcolm Pirnie. In 1957, he moved into academia at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (though he continued to consult), where he remained until his retirement.


Spurlock-Neal Company started out as a drug store in Nashville, Tennessee in 1868, expanding later into a wholesale distributor of products from cough medicine and sarsaparilla to candies and syrups. By 1910, the company had become one of the largest retail druggists in the South.


This collection consists of two notebooks kept by Roscious P. Thomas, a white medical student, while taking classes at the University of Virginia, circa 1870. The vast majority of the notes appear to be from 1870. Roscious P. Thomas (1845-1916) was born in Hertford County, N.C. He attended Wake Forest College, the University of Virginia, and the Medical University of New York. After completing his medical education, Thomas returned to Hertford County. He married Mary Mitchell in 1878. The Dr. Roscius P. and Mary Mitchell Thomas House and Outbuildings, also known as the Ruth Thomas Home Farm, is located in Hertford County and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


The Department of Health Behavior was established in 1942 as the Department of Public Health Education. The department has gone through several name changes: the name changed to the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education in 1988 and to the Department of Health Behavior in 2012. The department is part of the Gillings School of Global Public Health.
The Department of Health Policy and Management was established in 1936 as the Department of Public Health Administration. The department has gone through several name changes: the name changed to the Department of Health Administration in 1969; to the Department of Health Policy and Administration in 1982; and to the Department of Health Policy and Management in 2009. The department is part of the Gillings School of Global Public Health.
Biographical and subject files collected by UNC Health Sciences Library staff until the collection moved to the Wilson Special Collections Library in 2019.
This collection contains publications from the 1990s and early 2000s. Some titles have since ceased publication.
Founded in 1953 as the History Club of the UNC School of Medicine, the Bullitt History of Medicine Club promotes the understanding and appreciation of the historical foundations upon which current medical knowledge and practice is constructed, by encouraging social and intellectual exchanges between faculty members, medical students, and members of the community.