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Nancy Allee is Deputy Director, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University Library and Library Faculty, Department of Learning Health Sciences, Medical School.
She provides leadership for the day-to-day operations of the Taubman Health Sciences Library and works in close collaboration with the director and management team to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and services in the areas of academic and clinical engagement; research and informatics; educational technology; and collections and information services. She also fosters collaboration between the health sciences schools and the health sciences library on the establishment of new degree programs, faculty development efforts, and other curriculum integration and innovation initiatives.
Allee serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of the Medical Library Association and Medical Reference Services Quarterly, is an Editorial Advisor to Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, and a member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals at the distinguished level. She previously held a joint appointment as Director, Public Health Informatics Services & Access in the School of Public Health and University Library, and prior to this position, was co-head of reference and resource coordinator in the areas of education, optometry, and nursing at Northeastern State University, located in the capital of the Cherokee Nation.
She has served as project director for several projects funded by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Greater Midwest Region (NNLM GMR), including an NLM Internet Access to Digital Libraries grant, the MI-INFO (Michigan Informatics) and Public Health 2.0 subcontracts, and the Partners in Information Access' Public Health Information & Data Tutorials project. Allee is chair of the Partners in Information Access Public Health Training Subcommittee and past chair of the Leadership and Management Section and the Public Health/Health Administration Section of the Medical Library Association.