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  • 1. Health Sciences Libraries: Synergistic Partnerships Jean Song Bioinformationist, Health Sciences Libraries National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics University of Michigan [email_address] May 18, 2008
  • 2. HSL Partnerships
    • Human Genetics Liaison
    • Bioinformationist
    • School of Information Internship
    • Bioinformatics Interest Group (BIG)
    • Public Health Subcontract
    • Clinical and Translational Science Award consortium
  • 3. Human Genetics Liaison
    • Person-to-unit collaboration
      • Human Genetics Department of the School of Medicine
      • Established relationship
      • Professional appointment with the department
      • Tap into external expertise
    • Major projects
      • NCBI in-house training (e.g. Field Guide, PubChem, BLAST)
      • Jackson Laboratory Mouse Genome Informatics in-house training
      • Mouse club
      • Grant-writing series
    HSL Human Genetics Librarian School of Medicine
  • 4.
    • Organization collaboration
      • Health Sciences Libraries
      • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics
    • Pilot
    • Purpose: test the viability of a bioinformationist to increase research support in bioinformatics
    The Bioinformationist
  • 5.
    • A National Center for Biomedical Computing (NCBC)
    National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics
    • University of Michigan’s Center for Computational Medicine and Biology (CCMB)
    • Problem-based tool development applied to Driving Biological Problems
  • 6. The Bioinformationist
    • Recruitment
    • Initial work
    • Continued funding for position
    • Major projects
      • Intellectual property management
      • NIH Public Access Policy compliance
      • Education Core participation
        • Heuristic evaluations
        • Needs assessment
      • Usability testing participation
    HSL Bioinform- ationist NCIBI
  • 7. Internship
    • Organization collaboration
      • HSL, NCIBI, School of Information
      • Faculty, researcher, student
    • Multiple mentors
    • Major projects
      • Gene name curation
      • Citation analysis
      • Impact factor assessment
      • Tools analysis
    HSL Internship School of Information
  • 8. Bioinformatics Interest Group
    • Divisional collaboration within the University Library system
      • Science
      • Engineering
      • Health Sciences Libraries
    • Challenges of supporting bioinformatics research
      • Multi-disciplinary nature of the field of bioinformatics
      • 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
  • 9. BIG Structure
    • Members
      • Diverse: Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, NLM Associate Fellow
      • Subject and professional expertise: BS, MS, PhD
    • Meetings
      • Monthly, alternating campuses
      • Include informational session
    • Major Projects
      • NIH Public Access Policy compliance and institutional repository pilot
      • NCBI User Services training alternatives development
      • Needs assessment for bioinformatics portal development
    BIG HSL Engineering Science
  • 10. Public Health Subcontract
    • Unit collaboration with local governments
      • HSL
      • Genesee and Monroe counties’ health departments
    • Creating a Roadmap: Local Public Health 2.0
      • Needs assessment
      • Web 2.0 technologies
      • Technology integrated projects as examples for other health departments
  • 11. Local Public Health 2.0
    • Goal: best practices for Web 2.0 technologies to improve communication
    • Objectives
      • Needs assessment
        • Focus groups
        • Surveys
      • Training
      • Integrate technologies into workflow
        • Create technology integrated projects
        • Evaluation survey
      • Website development
        • Wiki based sharing tool
        • Usability testing
  • 12. HSL Strengths
    • HSL
    • Public Hlth depts
    • Librarians
    • Public Hlth Professionals
    Public Health Depts
    • Engineering Library
    • HSL
    • Science Library
    • School of Information
    • Librarians
    • NLM Associate Fellow
    • Student
    BIG
    • HSL
    • NCIBI
    • School of Information
    • Developers
    • Faculty
    • Librarians
    • Student
    Internship
    • HSL
    • NCIBI
    • Developers
    • Faculty
    • Librarian
    Bioinformationist
    • HSL
    • External Informatics Institutions
    • School of Medicine
    • Faculty
    • Librarian
    • Researchers
    Human Genetics Librarian Institutional Involvement Partnerships Collaboration Training & Education Outreach & Dissemination Information Access Research & Development
  • 13. HSL Collaborations School of Medicine AAEL Science Library School of Information Public Health Depts Internship BIG Bioinfor- mationist Human Genetics Librarian HSL NCIBI
  • 14. Clinical and Translational Science Award Consortium
    • Institutional collaboration
      • HSL
      • CTSA consortium
    • CTSA Goals
      • Develop new methods to clinical and translational research
      • Improve training and mentoring
      • Design clinical research informatics tools
      • Assemble interdisciplinary teams
      • Forge new partnerships with private and public health care organizations
    • HSL involvement
      • Community outreach
      • Education
      • Informatics
  • 15. References
    • http:// www.lib.umich.edu/hsl /
    • http://www.ncibi.org/
    • http://nnlm.gov/gmr/
    • http://www.ctsaweb.org/
  • 16. Acknowledgements
    • Health Sciences Libraries
    • National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics NIH Grant # U54-DA021519
    • National Networks of Libraries of Medicine, Greater Midwest Region, Public Health subcontract NO1-LM-6-3503, CFDA 93.879 between the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan