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Introducing the "Librome Research Core"

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"Research core facilities are centralized shared research resources that provide access to instruments, technologies, services, as well as expert consultation..." That sounds a lot like a library to me. What would look different about libraries if we thought of them as a research core facility?

This was a presentation for a research lab at the University of Michigan, May 28, 2019.

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Introducing the "Librome Research Core"

  1. 1. Introducing the “Libriome Research Core” PF Anderson, @pfanderson <pfa@umich.edu> Emerging Technologies Informationist, Taubman Health Sciences Libraries May 28, 2019
  2. 2. UM Research Cores <https://cores.research. umich.edu>
  3. 3. UM Research Cores <https://umich.corefacilities.org/landing/139#/cores> & <https://brcf.medicine.umich.edu/resources/um-cores-resources/> Affymetrix, Animal Biosafety, Animal Diagnostic Lab, Animal Husbandry, Animal Imaging, Animal HistoPath, Animal Phenotyping, Animal Research Technical Services, Animal Surgery, Basic Biology of Aging, Beamline, Bioanalysis & Pharmacokinetics, BioNMR, Biochemical NMR, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Imaging, Biomedical MassSpec, Biomedical Research, Biorepository, Biostatistics, Biostatistics and Economic Modeling, CAMTraST, Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office, Cancer Informatics, Central Biorepository, Chemical Genomics, Chemistry NMR, Clinical, Clinical Ligand Assay Service Satellite (CLASS), Clinical Research Informatics Core (CRIC), Collaborative Access Team, Computer Data Recovery, Core Assay Facility (CAF), Cryo-EM, CyTOF, Data Coordinating Center, Data Office for Clinical & Translational Research, DNA Sequencing, Drosophila Aging, Echocardiography, Electrical Shop, Electron Beam Analysis, Epigenomics, Experimental Irradiation Core, Flow Cytometry, Functional Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (fMRI), Genomic Diversity, Germ Free (Gnotobiotic/Axenic), Health Communications, Histology, HTS, Human Applications Laboratory (HAL), Human Subjects and Assessment, Hybridoma, Integrative Genomics, Immunologic Monitoring, In Vivo Animal, Ion Beam, Liquid Scintillation, Live Cell Imaging, LSI Equipment, LSI Mass Spec, Mass Spectrometry, Materials Characterization, Mechanical Shop, Metabolomics, Methods and Measurement, Microscopy, MiChart Research, MicroCT, Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Imaging, Morphology and Image Analysis (MIAC), Mouse Phenotyping, Musculoskeletal Phenotyping, Nanofabrication, Organogenesis, Pathology Proteomics, Physical Activity and Exercise Intervention Research (PAEIR), Physiology Phenotyping, Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis, Proteomics Resource Facility, Pyrosequencing, Radiology, Regulatory Support, Research Development, Rodent Health Surveillance, Sample Preservation Freezer Facility, Sleep Research, SMART (Single Molecule Analysis in Real-Time), Spectroscopy, Stem Cell Therapies, Structural Biology, Tissue Procurement, Transgenic Animal Model, Tumor Imaging, Vector, Vision Research, X-Ray Crystallography-Small Molecule...
  4. 4. UM’s meta-structures for cores Research Cores Clinical Trials Support Units Patient Data & Biospecimens Research Technologies <https://research.medicine.umich.edu/cores-research -resources> <https://research.medicine.umich.edu/sites/default/fil es/2018_research_project_lifecycle-flyer.pdf>
  5. 5. What do research cores have in common? “What is a core facility? … core facilities are centralized shared research resources that provide access to instruments, technologies, services, as well as expert consultation and other services to scientific and clinical investigators.” NIH: Frequently Asked Questions: Core Facilities: <https://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/core_facilities_faqs.htm>
  6. 6. The Libriome Core (a.k.a. The Library) Standard Core Elements ● Centralized shared research resources ● Access ● Information & Resources (including instruments) ● Technologies ● Services ● Expert consultation Libriome Core Expertise (information) ● Discovery ● Access ● Assess/Appraise ● Organize ● Synthesis ● Apply ● Create ● Disseminate/Share
  7. 7. But, wait! There’s more!
  8. 8. Grant Support & Compliance National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy (NIHPAP): <https://guides.lib.umich.edu/ nihpublicaccesspolicy>
  9. 9. Intellectual Property University of Michigan Library Copyright Office: <https://www.lib.umich.edu/copyright> University of Michigan Author’s Addendum for Articles/Books: <https://www.lib.umich.edu/copyright/authors-addendum> Contract Request Letter: <https://www.lib.umich.edu/copyright/contract-request-letter> Workshops: <https://www.lib.umich.edu/copyright/presentations>
  10. 10. Data Science / Data Sharing Spatial and Numeric Data Services (SAND) <https://www.lib.umich.edu/clark-library/ser vices/sand> Research Data: Finding, Managing, Sharing <https://guides.lib.umich.edu/data> Research Data Services <https://www.lib.umich.edu/research-data-se rvices> Research Data Management <https://guides.lib.umich.edu/datamanageme nt/planning>
  11. 11. Data Visualization / #DataViz Programming and expertise on a range of visualization software (Tableau, R, Cytoscape), basic data visualization principles, and help finding appropriate data sets. Training: open workshops, in-course instruction, and individual consultations. Tech: Advanced hardware and software configurations including the Vis Hubs (high powered machines with 84 inch 4K displays) located in Shapiro Library and the Duderstadt Center are also available. Contact us: <libvisualization@umich.edu> [Network image credit: Wikimedia Commons]
  12. 12. New Kinds of Publications ● Data journals ○ Data journals: A survey (2015) ○ Data, Open Access Journal ○ Peer REview for Publication & Accreditation of Research data in the Earth sciences (PREPARDE) ○ FOSTER: Open Data Journals ● Protocols (JMIR, MDPI, Nature)
  13. 13. New Kinds of Publications ● FOSTER: Open Data Journals
  14. 14. Research Impact Core Understand strengths and limitations of common metrics, like the Journal Impact Factor Use tools like Scopus and Web of Science to access citation metrics Learn about holistic assessment frameworks and responsible uses of impact metrics Increase your research visibility and discoverability Identify high quality journals in your field Contact us: <THLImpactCore@umich.edu> [Megaphone image credit: Flickr user Free Press / Free Press Action Fund ]
  15. 15. Research Promotion & Translation ● Creative ways to promote and tell your stories to promote awareness, engagement, adoption, and impact ○ Graphic medicine ○ Social media (#SciComm) ○ Storytelling ○ Visual abstracts ● Consider different audiences ○ Public, patients, caregivers ○ Insurers ○ Primary care ○ Policy makers Image from: <https://www.graphicmedicine.org/the-human-microbiome-megan-diddie-interviews-dr-eugene-b-ch ang/>
  16. 16. Visual Abstracts Visual Abstract, Open Source Primer: <https://www.surgeryredesign.com/reso urces> PDF
  17. 17. Visual Abstracts Polytrauma example: <https://twitter.com/WomenSurgeons/status/1053734213558636544> Lung microbiota example: <https://twitter.com/ATSBlueEditor/status/1034078368323514368>
  18. 18. Altmetrics <https://www.lib.umic h.edu/altmetric-and-alt metric-explorer-institu tions>
  19. 19. Social Media & Social Networks: Hashtags #Microbiome #GutMicrobiome Others: #FMT, #Microbiota, #Microbioma, #Metabolites. #MassSpec, #Exposome, #Transcriptomic, #Bioinformatics, #PCR, #Phages, #Biofilm, #DataScience, #prebiotics, #MolecularBiology, #Proteomic, #Proteomics, #Metabolomic, #Metabolomics, #STEMcareers, #FreeTheData, #WomenInSTEM, #ScienceIsSexy, #ECRchat, #ImposterSyndrome, #synbio #yeast #labautomation #molecularbiology #protocols #bioautomation #aquariumsoftware #klavinslab #syntheticbiology #postdoc #proteinengineering
  20. 20. Social Media & Social Networks Journals & Researchers #PHDchat, #PHDlife, #PHDadvice, #PHDforum, #PostDocLife https://twitter.com/WriteThatPhD/status/1128984846125154304 | Conferences (#DDW18, #DDW19, #GMFH2019, #PMWC19, #COS18, #PBI19, #ASMicrobe) Gastroenterology Tag Ontology https://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/ontology/gastroenterology/
  21. 21. Collaborations Date: March 28 Speaker: Patrick Schloss (Microbiology & Immunology) Title: “The Carpentries at Michigan: Building a Community of Practice Around Data Analysis” Associated Link: https://carpentries.org
  22. 22. Meta https://twitter.com/awilkinson/status/1122290736693751808
  23. 23. Meta https://twitter.com/VS_Turner/status/1102735357626396672
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  31. 31. Lib Guides <https://guides.lib.u mich.edu/microbiom e>
  32. 32. Lib Guides <https://guides.li b.umich.edu/pre cisionhealth>
  33. 33. Lib Guides <https://guides.li b.umich.edu/pre cisionhealth>
  34. 34. Questions?

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