House Librarians and Liaisons

House Librarians and Liaisons

House Librarians

A central component of the new UMMS Learner-centered Integrated Curriculum (LInC) is the assignment of each School of Medicine student into one of five learning communities or "houses". In this environment small-group learning, career development and mentoring will occur. In addition to house leaders and faculty advisors/mentors, each house has been assigned a librarian who will help students develop life-long skills at finding and interpreting high quality and Evidence-Based medical information.

BlackstoneJudy Nordberg
BurncoatLen Levin
KelleyCatherine Carr
QuinsigamondPenny Glassman
TatnuckNancy Harger

Departmental Liaisons

Liaison librarians serve the faculty, students and staff of UMass Medical School and clinical affiliations by sharing information about library collections, services, department-specific resources, and by supporting the teaching, clinical, and research needs of each department.

If your department would like a librarian assigned to be a liaison, contact Len Levin, Head, Education and Clinical Services, at 508-856-6028.

Clinical Librarians

Family Medicine Residency Programs

Librarians attend chart rounds at several area health centers.

  • Barre Family Health Center Residency Program – Len Levin
  • Family Health Center at Queen Street (Worcester) – Len Levin
  • Hahnemann Family Health Center – Judy Nordberg

Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research (IRB)

Librarians are members of the IRB committees and also assist in locating evidence/literature to support the reviewers of the protocols.

For more information, contact Len Levin, Head, Education and Clinical Services, at 508-856-6028.

Last updated: 05/29/2014 08:45:29