I am interested in knowledge management, specifically the systems and processes used by libraries to acquire, organize, store, access, retrieve, teach, and disseminate knowledge and information in all formats, digital and traditional. I am interested in scientific scholarly publishing and the changing technological environment in which scientists and physicians create and use the published scientific record. I am also interested in how the process of publishing, literature retrieval and evaluation, and evidence-based decision making can be effectively taught to students in the sciences and medicine. I am interested in the concept of the "informationist" or "embedded analyst" working directly with clinical or research teams as an expert searcher and organizer of knowledge for the team's use.
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- Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics
- CERT 1 - Graduate Training Program in Medical Librarianship (USPHS Fellowship) UCLA Biomedical Library and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of California, Los Angeles
- Internship - Biomedical Library University of California, Los Angeles
- MA - Graduate Library School University of Chicago
- BA - Major: History
Minors: Chemistry, Biology Lewis and Clark College