photo montage that includes casual headshots of two women and six men

Delivering on a Commitment: The NIH Manuscript Submission Team

If information is power, then the NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) team is a super generator. Every month, the NIHMS team receives approximately 6,000 to 8,000 manuscripts for submission to PubMed Central (PMC). It’s part of a mission to make government-funded research available to everyone, everywhere, at any time. Managing the workflow efficiently is as complex…

headshots of seven women and one man

NLM Associate Fellows: A Blast from the Past and Present

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) Associate Fellowship Program is for early career librarians who are interested in becoming leaders in health sciences librarianship. Most Associate Fellows move on to careers in library science outside of NLM, but some stay. NLM in Focus asked the eight former Associate Fellows who are still at NLM about their…

headshot of Valerie Schneider

Focus on Valerie Schneider—Diving Deep into Information Engineering

Valerie Schneider, PhD, dives deep—whether it’s into the ocean or her work. Ironically, if it weren’t for a fish, this developmental biologist and deep-sea diver might not have rediscovered her love of genetics and landed a career as a staff scientist at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Whether she’s 100 feet below the…

Big data and globe / flat illustration showing connectivity between different devices and information like mail, analytics,smart watch, smart phone, tablet, notebook, server and storage

Data Science and You: NLM Staff Speak Out

As the National Library of Medicine seeks to serve as a platform for biomedical discovery and data-powered health, NLM in Focus asked seven staff members to tell us how they fit into data science. Their answers are encouraging. Dwight Clarke IT Specialist (Information Security) Very briefly, what do you do at NLM? In my role as…

three women and a man pose for a group photo

NLM Associate Fellows 2008–2009…10 Years On

Ten years ago, the National Library of Medicine welcomed four recent library science graduates to form a cohort of Associate Fellows who would spend the year learning about NLM, working on projects, and taking those first steps in shaping their careers. From those humble beginnings the Fellows have followed their unique career paths and interests,…