ASH Oral Histories
The ASH oral history project is a series of interviews, conducted by the Columbia University Oral History Research Office in the late 1980s to early 1990s, documenting the history of ASH and the development of the profession of hematology in the United States.
Browse the oral history transcripts below to learn more about the early years of the Society from legends in the field.
ASH Oral Histories Copyright
The oral history transcripts are copyrighted by Columbia University. Proper permission must be received in order to cite or quote any part of these interviews in a published work or commercial production. In order to receive the appropriate approval, please contact the Columbia University Oral History Research Office at least four weeks in advance of publication or distribution. Any use beyond standards of "fair use" may require a fee.