Dr. Varmus opened his comments with a vignette regarding his own foray into the publishing world. Based upon his exposure to Cornell's arXiv.org, (the evolutionary result of Ginsbarg's "e-print archives" for electronic research publications for physics materials), he eventually pursued similar means of electronic research publishing in the areas of biology and medicine. Though challenged by the academy, these efforts guided by accompanying constructive criticisms led to the development of PubMed Central(tm). ...
Miller, M. J. (2014). Open Access and the Public Library of Medicine, Summary of a Presentation by Dr. Harold Varmus. Urban Library Journal, 14 (1). Retrieved from http://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol14/iss1/33