Biography of Nancy K. Roderer, MLS, AHIP, ACMI
Ms. Roderer is a Professor of Medicine and Public Health at
Johns Hopkins University and serves as the Director of the Welch Medical Library
and the Director of the academic Division of Health Sciences Informatics
(DHSI). She has pursued her interests in understanding and facilitating
information use and in integrated information management through both
operational and research activities at Columbia, Yale and Johns Hopkins
Universities. She teaches in the areas of library and information science and
health sciences informatics, and is currently Co-Director of a National Library
of Medicine-funded post-doctoral training program in informatics. Her recent
research efforts address issues related to providing human support to users
interacting with digital libraries.
Ms. Roderer is a graduate of the University of Dayton (Mathematics and Computer Science) and the University of Maryland (Library and Information Services and Computer Science). She is a Distinguished Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and a fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.