Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences welcomes New Librarians

Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences welcomes New Librarians

The Tompkins-McCaw Library is pleased to welcome Jennifer McDaniel, Kimberly Brady, Roy Brown and Emily Johnson to our staff.

Kim Brady, joined November 10, 2010 Kim previously held positions at the University of Michigan Health System’s Patient Education Resource and the Mardigian Wellness Resource Centers where she gained experience with searching health sciences database and providing research support to resource center users. Ms. Brady holds the B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience from Kenyon College and the Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan’s School Of Information.

Roy E. Brown, joined November 29, 2010 Roy’s previous experience includes positions at INTEGRIS Medical Center and at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center’s Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library where he has gained extensive experience in a variety of library service areas including inter-library loan, research and instructional support, and collection development. He also worked as a secondary school teacher for 14 years. Roy holds a B.S. in Social Science Education from Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina and the Masters in Library and Information Studies from the University of Oklahoma.

Jennifer McDaniel, joined August 16, 2010 Jennifer came to Tompkins-McCaw Library from George Washington University’s Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library. At GWU, Jennifer gained experience in technical services operations related to acquisitions, cataloging, course reserves, and instruction. She also has worked as a research assistant for scientists in private industry, and as a teaching assistant in sciences and chemistry. Ms. McDaniel holds a B.S. in Biology from Mount Saint Vincent University and the M.S. in Library Science from Catholic University.

Emily Johnson, joined November 10, 2010 Emily joined the VCU Libraries faculty after completing an internship at the University of Pittsburgh’s Falk Health Sciences Library, where she gained experience in providing reference services and instructional support. Ms. Johnson holds a B.S. in Information Resources with a minor in Health Care Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) and the Master in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh.

Please join me in welcoming Jennifer, Kim, Roy, and Emily to Tompkins-McCaw Library, VCU Libraries and to the MAC Region!

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