Lonelyss Charles joined the National Institutes of Health Library in 2014. Prior to joining NIH, she was the Network Librarian for Upstate New York Department of Veteran Affairs. Select earlier positions include: information consultant for the World Health Organization, contract librarian for the American Urological Association, and National Library of Medicine Fellow. Ms. Charles serves the National Institute on Aging (AlzPED), Administration for Community Living, Health in Buildings Roundtable, and IACUC member for AFRRI.
What Can I Do For You
Ms. Charles provides a variety of information management and research services including:
- Handles training for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee: oversees database training ensuring compliance with federal regulations for live animals, with emphasis on reduction, refinement and replacement.
- Link existing resources to provide in-depth cutting edge knowledge about animal models, therapeutic agents or targets.
- Systematic reviews; Quantitative and qualitative data collection.
- Evidence-based medicine.
- Knowledge management.
- Scientific and copy editing.
- Instruction and one-on-one training.
- Analysis and forecasting research.
- Nanomedicine and precision medicine research.