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  • University of Michigan Health Sciences Libraries Bioinformatics Support and Education Jean Song University of Michigan [email_address] March 2008
  • Overview
    • The Bioinformationist
      • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics (NCIBI)
      • Core 5
      • Licensing
      • Research
    • Bioinformatics Interest Group (BIG)
      • Workshops
      • Libguide
    • Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA)
      • CTSA Librarian
      • Projects
    • Future Goals
  • The Bioinformationist
    • Early 2007, pilot project collaboration
    • Health Sciences Libraries and NCIBI
    • Purpose: test the viability of a bioinformationist to increase research support in bioinformatics
    • Recruitment
    • Initial work
    • Position funding
  • Health Sciences Libraries
    • Mission: a valued partner, fully integrated into the work of the university and providing leadership in knowledge management for education, research, patient care, and community outreach
    • Serves School of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Public Health, University of Michigan Health System
    • Working and historical collection
  • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics
    • A National Center for Biomedical Computing (NCBCs) in the NIH Roadmap
    • University of Michigan’s Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (CCMB)
    • Problem-centric development based on Driving Biological Projects
  • NCIBI Structure
    • Core 1 – Computer and Information Science
    • Core 2 – Bioinformatics & Knowledge Acquisition
    • Core 3 – Driving Biological Problems
    • Core 4 – Computational Infrastructure
    • Core 5 – Education
    • Core 6 – Outreach and Dissemination
    • Core 7 – Administration
  • Core 5 Support
    • Education
      • Tools documentation
      • Tutorials
      • Tools analysis
    • Usability Analysis
      • User testing
      • Heuristic evaluations
    • Design Analysis
      • Web design
      • Tools design
  • Core 5 Contributions
    • Education
      • Tools documentation
      • Tutorials
      • Tools analysis
    • Usability Analysis
      • User testing
      • Heuristic evaluations
    • Design Analysis
      • Web design
      • Tools design
  • Core 5 Contributions
    • Education
      • Tools documentation
      • Tutorials
      • Tools analysis
    • Usability Analysis
      • User testing
      • Heuristic evaluations
    • Design Analysis
      • Web design
      • Tools design
  • Support Initiatives
    • Licensing
      • Incoming data sources
      • General Terms of Use
      • Outgoing data
    • Scholarly Publishing
      • Open Access Week
      • Natural Language Processing
      • NIH Public Access Policy compliance pilot
    • The Bioinformationista
    • Licensing
      • Incoming data sources
      • General Terms of Use
      • Outgoing data
    • Scholarly Publishing
      • Open Access Week
      • Natural Language Processing
      • NIH Public Access Policy compliance pilot
    • The Bioinformationista
    Support Initiatives
  • Support Initiatives
    • Licensing
      • Incoming data sources
      • General Terms of Use
      • Outgoing data
    • Scholarly Publishing
      • Open Access Week
      • Natural Language Processing
      • NIH Public Access Policy compliance pilot
    • The Bioinformationista
  • Bioinformatics Interest Group
    • Divisional collaboration within the University Library system
      • Science, Health Sciences Libraries, Engineering
    • Challenges of supporting bioinformatics research
      • Multi-disciplinary nature
      • Historical compartmentalization of library services
      • Geographic separation of libraries and campuses
    • Cannot be achieved by a single person
    • Mission: provide innovative resources to support bioinformatics research on campus
    • Meets on alternating campuses with informational session on current bioinformatics topic
  • BIG Support Initiatives
    • NCBI User Services training alternative
      • Collaborated with CCMB
      • Bioinformatics workshops: Field Guide, Powerscripting
      • Future: PubChem, Patents
    • Development of bioinformatics library guide
  • Clinical and Translational Science Award Liaison
    • CTSA Goals
      • Develop new methods to clinical/translational research
      • Improve training and mentoring
      • Design clinical research informatics tools
      • Assemble interdisciplinary teams
      • Forge new partnerships with private and public health care organizations
    • CTSA Liaison Librarian
    • Support Initiatives
      • Infobuttons: drug resources, clinical trials
      • Portal
      • Curriculum committee
  • Partnerships
    • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics (CCMB)
    • Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (CTSA)
    • University Library
    • School of Information
      • Community Informatics, Informatics, HCI
      • Practical Engagement Program
      • Projects
        • Bioinformatics library guide
        • Gene name curation
      • Extended collaboration
        • National Cancer Institute
        • Workshops using NCIBI tools, tutorials, user testing
    • Taubman Medical Research Institute
    • Office of Technology Transfer
    • General Counsel
  • Future Goals
    • Additional partnerships
      • Internal: Schools of Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health
      • External: Public health practice professionals, information specialists
    • Collaborative research
      • Funding
      • Grant applications
      • Integral team member
      • Citation analysis, research productivity
    • Education
      • Curriculum integration
      • Workshops
  • Acknowledgements
    • Health Sciences Libraries
    • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics NIH Grant #U54-DA021519
  • MICHR
    • Collaboration of over 30 schools, departments and centers
    • 12 cores
      • Clinical translational science
      • Pilot and collaborative grants
      • Biomedical informatics
      • Biostatistics
      • Ethics
      • Regulatory knowledge and support
      • MCRU (Michigan clinical research unit)
      • Community engagement
      • Technical cores program
      • Health disparities research
      • Pediatrics (consultation on inclusion of pediatric populations)
      • Education career development and mentoring