UMass Medical School's Lamar Soutter Library Welcomes Regina Raboin

This post by Elaine Martin originally appeared on the LSL Staff News page.

Lamar Soutter Library is very pleased to announce that they have a new addition to their staff! Regina Fisher Raboin joined them this week as the Associate Director for Library Education and Research.  In this position Regina serves as one of two of the library’s associate directors and is a member of the library’s administrative team. She oversees the library’s clinical, research, education, and data services initiatives.

Regina was formerly the Tisch Library Data Management Services Group Coordinator and Science Research and Instruction Librarian at Tisch Library, Tufts University, where she led a group of Tufts librarians who assisted Tufts Arts, Sciences and Engineering faculty with their NSF, NIH and digital NEH grants data management plans, and coordinated workshops on best practices in research data management.  She was also one of the creators and instructors for Research for Success: Using the Library for Thesis and Capstone Projects, a credit-bearing research methods class through Tufts University’s Experimental College (ExCollege). While at Tufts University Regina was the recipient of Tufts University’s 2013 Distinction Award, The Extra Mile Award, for exceptional customer service.

She has presented nationally on STEM resources and information literacy at RDAP Summit (Research Data Access & Preservation), Computers in Libraries, ACRL STS National, ALA, and ACRL New England NELIG. Regina is no stranger to the University of Massachusetts Medical School and has collaborated with the library and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region on several projects. She is the chair of the advisory board for the e-Science Portal for New England Librarians, an associate editor for the Journal of eScience Librarianship and has presented on the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum (NECDMC). Regina’s Twitter handle is @RegRab77.