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Lister Hill Center for Biomedical Communications Records

Established by a joint resolution of the United States Congress in 1968, the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications (LHNCBC) is a research and development division of the National Library of Medicine. Seeking to improve access to high quality biomedical information for individuals around the world, the LHNCBC conducts and supports research and development in the dissemination of high quality imagery, medical language processing, high-speed access to biomedical information, intelligent database systems development, multimedia visualization, knowledge management, data mining and machine-assisted indexing. The staff have backgrounds in medicine, computer science, library and information sciences, linguistics, cognitive science, education, and engineering.

Further information is available at http://lhncbc.nlm.nih.gov/

Call NumberTitle

0710

AIM/TWX & GM

2000-052

Alaska Health Communications (reports, correspondence, notes, and reference materials), 1968-1991 (0.84 linear ft.)

2000-062

Lister Hill records, 1969-88

2001-037

Architectural Feasibility Study by O’Connor & Kilham (3 large bound volumes, 1967, 1968, 1969), 1967-1969 (1 linear ft.)

2001-047

Development of ELHILL-III (proposals, evaluations, reports and a speech), 1968-1971 (0.21 linear ft.)

2001-101

LHNBC - medicine/El Hill competitive analysis, 1971-86

2002-002

Biomedical Communications Network

2009-070

NLM.LHC.CSB. Branch Chief records.Larry Kingsland

2001-047

NLM.LHC. Development of ELHILL-II

 

NLM. Lister Hill dedication, program planning files

 

Lister Hill office files. Research

2007-007

NLM.LH. "Technology in support of medical education" by Ruth Davis