The Jerry D. Hendricks Papers document the research conducted by Hendricks using rainbow trout and zebrafish as models for cancer prevention; the collection consists primarily of research project records. Hendricks was a faculty member in Food Science and in Environmental and Molecular Toxicology at Oregon State University from 1975 until his retirement in 2003.
12.3 cubic feet, including 600 photographs; 13 boxes
The Archives holdings also include the George S. Bailey Papers as well as the Environmental Health Sciences Center Records (RG 155). The John L. Fryer Papers document Fryer's microbiology research on the diseases of fish. The Agricultural Experiment Station Records (RG 025) include materials pertaining to Hendricks' aflatoxin research.