By Susan L. Speaker ~ The National Library of Medicine recently launched a new Profiles in Science site! Unlike most of our earlier Profiles, which
Explore historical collections, exhibitions, and resources relating to HIV/AIDS.
NLM Collections Tour: HIV/AIDS
Welcome to a virtual tour of the historical collections of the National Library of Medicine. To commemorate the 40 years that the US has been responding to the crisis, this post features materials related to HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Posters: A Community Tool Used to Save Lives
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Theodore (ted) Kerr to discuss his research in the AIDS poster collection at the National Library of Medicine and his
June 5, 1981—The First Report of AIDS in the U.S.
By Erika Mills ~ In the June 5, 1981 edition of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), the CDC described a rare lung infection
Education in the Eighties: Preserving HIV/AIDS Audiovisuals
By Sarah Eilers ~ This year, the Historical Audiovisuals Program at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), with support from the Exhibition Program, digitally preserved
Visualizing World AIDS Day
By Ginny A. Roth ~ Annually on December 1st, World AIDS Day energizes the public to unite in the fight against AIDS and to commemorate
Archiving HIV/AIDS on the Web
Christine Wenc describes her work to develop a web archive to provide historians, healthcare providers, and biomedical researchers with significant historical data for their present and future work.
Remembering & Witnessing: AIDS35 and the NLM Exhibition “Surviving and Thriving”
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Thomas Lawrence Long from University of Connecticut School of Nursing. Drawn from a presentation given as part of a bimonthly
Trade Cards in The Fight Against AIDS
By Ginny A. Roth ~ World AIDS Day is an international observance held on December 1st each year and an opportunity for people
June E. Osborn: At the Center of National Policy on AIDS
By Gregory Pike and John Rees ~ A new archival collection, June E. Osborn Papers, 1954–2001, is now available at the National Library of Medicine