Brianna Marshall | UW-Madison Libraries (RDS Chair)
Brianna is the Digital Curation Coordinator for the General Library System. She manages UW’s open access institutional repository, MINDS@UW, and helps develop and support data curation services across campus. Learn more about Brianna and her work with RDS.
Trisha Adamus | Ebling Library
Trisha is the Data, Network, and Translational Research Librarian. Her interests include data sharing, open access for datasets and publications, data management best practices, data visualization and data management policy. Trisha was formerly an eScience Fellow at Syracuse University and a formulations chemist for Bausch & Lomb. Learn more about Trisha and her work with RDS.
Allan Barclay | Ebling Library
Allan is the Information Architecture Librarian at the Ebling Library for the Health Sciences. His interests include web development, resource indexing and discovery, and games and simulation in healthcare. He is particularly interested in ways to make research data more findable, sharable, and usable.
Luke Bluma | Campus Computing Infrastructure
Luke is the Engagement Manager for the Campus Computing Infrastructure (CCI) initiative, which focuses on shared IT infrastructure services (hosting, storage, backup, data centers, etc.). Luke graduated from UW-Madison with a BBA in Information Systems in 2008 and has been working on campus for nearly a decade. He also worked for a year in the private sector as an IT Analyst. Learn more about Luke and his work with RDS.
Erin Carrillo | Steenbock Memorial Library
Erin is an Information Services Librarian at Steenbock Memorial Library. She has a background in creating online educational materials to support data management planning, and assists UW-Madison researchers with maintaining compliance with the NIH’s Open Access Policy. She is interested in tools that support data management and awareness-raising and education about data management issues and opportunities. Learn more about Erin and her work with RDS.
Jan Cheetham | Office of the CIO & DoIT
Jan is the Research Cyberinfrastructure Liaison in the Office of the CIO and a Research Technologies Consultant at DoIT. Her interests include methods to sustain the lifespan of research data and tools that help integrate data management with research workflows. Jan is a biochemist by training with several years of research experience. She drifted into the IT field a while back and her work now centers on IT services and infrastructure to enable research.
Cameron Cook | UW-Madison Libraries
Cameron is the Digital Curation Resident Librarian for the General Library System and works under Brianna Marshall. Her role focuses on assisting with the institutional repository and working closely with RDS. Her interests include learning tools and languages for working with data and building reproducible workflows, data management education, data information literacy, digital scholarship, digital humanities, and openness. Learn more about Cameron and her work with RDS.
Cid Freitag | DoIT Academic Technology
Cid is an instructional technology program manager and consultant in DoIT Academic Technology. Her areas of interests include digital humanities, information design, and data visualization, particularly geospatial data and mapping, and in the applicability of data and visualization tools in support of students learning research skills. Learn more about Cid and her work with RDS.
Laura Grady | DoIT
Laura is a marketing specialist with the Division of Information Technology (DoIT). Her background is marketing, communications, graphic design and writing.
Barry Radler | Institute on Aging
Dr. Radler’s research interests explore how human beings process information, make decisions, and behave in social, political, and marketing contexts. For the last 20 years he has explored, advocated, and implemented the use of information technologies to improve research processes and data. Dr. Radler is currently the Data Management Director for the MIDUS study, a complex longitudinal study that uses an XML metadata standard called the Data Documentation Initiative to develop web-based documentation.