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Reference Desk
Worcester: 508.373.5631
Manchester: 603.314.1717

Boston: 617.732.2252
Worcester: 508.373.5618
Manchester: 603-314-1726 (main) OR 603.314.1717 (backup)


Richard Kaplan, MLS
Associate Professor
Dean of Library and Learning Resources, Director of Libraries

Reference and Instruction Services - Boston

Erica Cataldi-Roberts, MLIS
Assistant Professor
Head, Information Literacy Services

Liaison to: Health Psychology (BS Boston), History, Humanities, Information Literacy, Introduction to the Major, Literature, Premedical and Health Studies (BS Boston), Social Sciences, Undergraduate Academic Bridge Programs (Boston)

Betsy Eggleston, BA, MSLIS
Reference Assistant

Shanti Freundlich, MSLIS
Assistant Director for Library Assessment & Online Learning
Assistant Professor

Liaison to: Dental Hygiene (MS Online), Health Sciences (BS Boston, MHS Online, DHS Online)

Mariana Lapidus, MSLIS
Associate Professor
Reference Coordinator, Boston

Liaison to: Dental Hygiene (BS Boston, BS Worcester, Post Baccalaureate BS Boston, Post Baccalaureate BS Worcester), Pharmacy Practice/PharmD (Boston)

Sarah McCord, MLIS, MPH
Associate Professor
Research Data and Informatics Librarian

Liaison to: Biology, Chemistry/Pharmaceutical Chemistry (BS/MS Boston), Mathematics and Statistics, Medical and Molecular Biology (BS), Medicinal Chemistry (MS Boston, PhD Boston), and Physics

Technical/Access Services - Boston

Joanne Doucette, MS, MLIS
Associate Professor
Associate Director – University Libraries

Liaison to: Clinical Research (MS Boston, MS Online), Diagnostic Medical Sonography – General (BS Boston), Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Echo (BS Boston), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) (BS Boston), Medical Imaging and Therapeutics, Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) (BS Boston), Pediatric and Congenital Echocardiography (MS Boston), Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy (MS Boston, PhD Boston), Pharmaceutical Sciences (BS Boston), Pharmaceutics (MS Boston, PhD Boston), Pharmacology (MS Boston, PhD Boston), Pharmacology and Toxicology (BS Boston), Radiation Therapy (BS Boston), Radiography (BS Boston), and Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy (RAHP Boston, RAHP Online)

Janina Mueller, MA, MI
Metadata and Digital Initiatives Librarian

Liaison to: School of Healthcare Business, Health Care Administration

Erin Wentz, MSLIS

Assistant Professor
Electronic Resources Librarian

Liaison to: Public Health (BS Boston, BS/MPH Boston, MPH Boston, MPH Online)

Sarah Muellers, MLIS
Interlibrary Loan Specialist

Circulation Supervisor (TBD)

Media Production Services
Or, call Greg Martin at 617.732.2814

Blais Family Library - Worcester Campus

Irena Bond, MSLIS, MA
Associate Professor
Library Manager – Blais Family Library

Liaison to: Acupuncture (MAc, DAc), Master of Acupuncture with a Chinese Herbal Medicine Specialization (MAC CHM), Medication Therapy Management (MS Online), Personalized Medicine (MS Online), Pharmaceutics (MS Worcester, PhD Worcester), Pharmacology (MS Worcester, PhD Worcester), Pharmacy (Accelerated PharmD Manchester/Worcester)

Sarah Callanan, MSLIS
Special Projects Librarian

Karen Alcorn, MLS
Associate Professor
Reference and Instruction Librarian

Liaison to: Nursing (Accelerated BS Boston), Nursing (CAGS Family Nurse Practitioner Track Manchester/Worcester, CAGS Family Nurse Practitioner Track Online), Nursing (CAGS PMHNP Online), Nursing (MS Family Nurse Practitioner Track Online), Nursing (MS Nurse Educator Online), Nursing (MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Track Manchester/Worcester), Nursing (MSN PMNHP Online), Doctor of Nursing Practice, Optometry (OD Worcester), Physical Therapy (DPT Worcester)

Marc Kulkin, MLIS
Administrative and Finance Coordinator

Manchester Campus Library

Natalie Hutchinson, MSLIS
Instruction and Outreach Librarian

Liaison to: Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies

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Henrietta DeBenedictis Library, Boston campus
2nd Floor, Matricaria Building
179 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA 02115

Blais Family Library, Worcester campus
2nd Floor, Henrietta DeBenedictis Building
19 Foster St, Worcester, MA 01608

Manchester Campus Library, Manchester campus
2nd Floor, Joseph F. Brant Academic and Student Center
1260 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101

Who Can Visit?

Normally, anyone would be able to visit the library to use our physical materials and some of our online materials. The library is currently not available to visitors because of COVID-19.

About Us

Most of our print collections have been converted into an elec­tronic format, enabling users to access material remotely and from all three campuses. Each library maintains small print and reserve collections to support its campus programs. Through its combined print and electronic collections, the libraries maintain research-level collections in pharmacy and drug information, as well as core collections in pharmaceutical sciences, clinical medicine, nursing and the allied health sciences. Our current collection has nearly 200,000 items (print books, electronic books, and media items).

Students, faculty and staff have additional access to:

  • more than 48,300 e-journals
  • 188 databases

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