Dr Kristi Holmes, Bioinformaticist, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, will lecture from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday 12th September, at the EPA lecture room, Lincoln EPA Science Centre, Museum Road, Oxford (tea and coffee from 1.30 p.m.).
To be followed from 3.30 p.m. by a free hands-on workshop at the Radcliffe Science Library on key bioinformatics resources.
The lecture will offer a discussion of the role of libraries in meeting the changing information needs of the clinical and research communities including: the role of the informationist; the library’s role in bioinformatics and research support; new library-based efforts to help track, assess, and enhance the impact of research outputs; and the significant role that libraries can play in supporting discovery and collaboration.
All members of the University of Oxford are welcome to attend but reservations are essential. To reserve a place please email :
firstname.lastname@example.org stating if you'll be attending the presentation or the workshop or both.
Early booking is recommended.
Further information: www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/medicine/holmes