As a trained neuroscientist, I bring research expertise to my role as library liaison to Biological Sciences. I spent 10+ years studying plasticity of neural circuits in sensory cortex while receiving my Ph.D. in Neuroscience at Brandeis University and my postdoctoral training at U.C. Berkeley. As liaison to Biological Sciences, I’m passionate about teaching information literacy, helping researchers navigate resources and software, and advocating for open access initiatives.
Do you need help with research? Not sure where to start or what the Libraries can help with?
We offer a variety of services to meet your needs, wherever you are in your research process.
Browse below for more information about how we can help you.
Find a subject expert
Find and contact a librarian with expert knowledge in your assignment or field's subject.
We have guides tailored to classes and subject areas—see if we have one that can help you.
Need help with a digital humanities project? Learn about services offered through dSHARP, GIS, and Text & Data Mining.
Communication tutoring (GCC)
Get one-on-one help with written, oral, and visual presentations at the Global Communication Center.
Tools & Tech
Need a tool to help improve your research process? Check out these suggestions.
BrowZine is a new, easy way to read, download, and share current journal content. Use your iPad, Android tablet, or iPhone to read anywhere.
The #OpenCMU campaign aims to increase access to CMU work and the impact of CMU work.
Bloomberg brings together real-time market data, news and research, analytics, and communication tools. We have a terminal at Hunt and one at Sorrells.