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Data Management Resources for Academic Health Sciences Libraries: Home

This guide is maintained by the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries and is intended as a resource for academic medical librarians who are planning, offering, and evaluating data management resources and services in their institutions.

Welcome

Welcome to the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries (AAHSL) Data Management Resources subject guide.

This guide is maintained by the AAHSL Research Enterprise Task Force and is intended as a resource for academic medical librarians who are planning, offering, and evaluating data management resources and services in their institutions.

It contains links to selected resources and is not meant to be comprehensive.  If you have a resource to contribute to the guide, please send the information to the task force via Ruth Riley.

AAHSL Research Enterprise Task Force

Karen Butter, UC San Francisco, Chair

Barbara Epstein, U of Pittsburgh

David Gillikin, National Library of Medicine

Neil Rambo, NYU

Ruth Riley, U of South Carolina

The Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries (AAHSL) supports academic health sciences libraries and directors in advancing the patient care, research, education and community service missions of academic health centers through visionary executive leadership and expertise in health information, scholarly communication, and knowledge management.

AAHSL promotes the success of its members through relevant programming and services; benchmarking; advocacy; partnerships with like-minded organizations; and the development of a community of colleagues.

 

Contact

Ruth Riley
Contact:
Assistant Dean for Executive Affairs & Director of Library Services

School of Medicine Library

University of South Carolina
(803) 216-3220
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