Oral history interview with Elizabeth Hay (video and transcript)

Dublin Core

Title

Oral history interview with Elizabeth Hay (video and transcript)

Subject

Hay, Elizabeth D.
Electron microscopes
Regeneration (Biology)
Women medical students
Autoradiography--Technique

Abstract

Oral history interview with Elizabeth Hay, M.D., Chair of the Department of Anatomy at Harvard Medical School. In her interview, Dr. Hay explains how she combines administrative and teaching responsibilities with her laboratory research in developmental biology. A pioneer in the field of electron microscopy, Dr. Hay recalls the excitement of those early years: "Everything I looked at had never been seen before!" Dr. Hay comments on her experiences at Smith College and Johns Hopkins Medical School, and encourages students to seek the new frontiers of science.

Creator

Joint Committee on the Status of Women

Date Created

1982

Is Part Of

Joint Committee on the Status of Women Records

Format

video

Extent

1 videorecording (113 MB) and transcript (7 pages)

Medium

Videotape

Language

English

Type

moving image

Identifier

https://vimeo.com/51462480

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Embedded Media

Interviewer

Denterlein, Geri

Interviewee

Hay, Elizabeth D.

Original Format

Videotape

Duration

00:14:29

Files

Hay_Elizabeth_1982_transcript.pdf

Citation

Joint Committee on the Status of Women, “Oral history interview with Elizabeth Hay (video and transcript),” OnView, accessed March 5, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/6000.

Document Viewer

Item Relations

Item: Women in Medicine: Guide For Classroom Use Digital Object This Item

Transcribe This Item

  1. Hay_Elizabeth_1982_transcript.pdf