Disclaimer: This wiki is a supplemental venue for discussion related to the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting; it's NOT hosted or officially endorsed by SAA. Check the SAA Annual Meeting Site for the most up-to-date program information.
 Drew Bourn
Lane Medical Archives
Stanford University School of Medicine
(650) 725-8045 phone
(650) 725-2238 fax
I oversee the Lane Medical Archives, which is the archival repository for the Stanford University School of Medicine. Our holdings include institutional records, collections of personal papers, thousands of rare medical books dating back to the 13th century, and a collection of artifacts (primarily historic medical instruments).
The Lane Medical Archives supports programming of other departments at the medical school (such as the Dean's office, the Office of Communications & Public Affairs, and the Office of Medical Development / Alumni Affairs) as well as assisting researchers both within the wider Stanford campus and outside Stanford.
I work closely both with archivists at other repositories at Stanford, as well as with archivists who oversee history of medicine collections at other institutions. I am particularly interested in opportunities to leverage new technologies when improving our services and collections. I have recently been profiled in the Stanford University Medical Center Report.
I also am working on a PhD dissertation in early San Francisco history. In my spare time, I am actively involved in the San Francisco Museum & Historical Society and the San Francisco History Association. I have volunteered for the San Francisco City Archives (which has involved news coverage), and serve as a consultant for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society in San Francisco.