Vedana Vaidhyanathan

Vedana Vaidhyanathan
Assistant Librarian, Health and Life Sciences Librarian
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B.A. Florida International University
M.S.L.S. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Experience

I have been a librarian since 2008. I have worked at the University of Miami, University of Chicago, SUNY Downstate Medical Center and Baylor University. I specialize in health and life sciences and have worked in clinical, basic, translational and allied health science programs. My interests include expanding diversity in libraries, expanding health care to those who do not have it and endometriosis research.

Memberships, Committees, Publications

  • Member of the Medical Library Association and the Medical Library Association's South Central Chapter
  • National Committee Membership includes the Medical Library Associations Books Panel and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Data Thesaurus team

Barr KL, Vaidhyanathan V. Chikungunya in Infants and Children: Is Pathogenesis Increasing? Viruses. March 2019 23;11(3).  

Vardell, E., Loper, K., Vaidhyanathan V. Capturing Every Patron Interaction: The Move from Paper Statistics to an Electronic System to Track the Whole Library. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. April 2012, 31(2) 159-170.
   
Vaidhyanathan, V, Moore M, Loper K, Van Schaik J, Goolabsingh D. Making bibliographic researchers more efficient: tools for organizing and downloading PDFs, Part 1: iCyte, Mendeley Desktop, Papers, PDF Stacks, PubGet PaperPlane, WizFolio, and Zotero. J Electron Resour Med Lib. January 2012, 9(1) 47-55.
   
Vardell, E., Goolabsingh, D., Vaidhyanathan, V. Pillbox: A Solid Dosage Medication Identification Tool. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. October 2011, 30(4) 382-392.
   
Vaidhyanathan, V. Why Can’t It All Be On the Web?: The Information Needs of Biomedical Informatics Scientists. A Master’s paper for the M.S. in L.S. Degree. July, 2008. 42 Pages. 2008.
   

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