We preserve and make readily available records about the intellectual history of scientific and medical advancements in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) research, from early observations of blood cells and patient case studies to modern research and treatment, contextualizing these advancements by providing a rich set of resources for study.
We will be known for comprehensive collections on the intellectual history of CLL that represent the lifelong contributions and collaborative spirit of leading CLL scholars around the world.
Our collections are designed to preserve a historical record of advancements in CLL research. More than just published works, we seek to document the context around the development of new understandings of and treatments for CLL. To this end, we aim to collect three types of materials: oral history interviews, personal papers, and books and other published works.
Dr. Gerald Marti
Founder and Director
Deputy Director and Archivist
Erica T. Gresham