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Are you finishing your graduate work and wondering what to do next? Are
you already experienced in health sciences librarianship and looking for
a new challenge?  If you answered yes (or even maybe) you should read
about the program described below.

The University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System (HSLS) and
Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) offer two types of training
programs in health sciences librarianship and biomedical informatics as
a component of the Biomedical Informatics Training Program of the CBMI.

The Health Sciences Librarianship & Biomedical Informatics traineeship
is a post-degree, work/study experience designed for an entry level or
mid-career professional who has experience or special interests in
health sciences librarianship. The year-long training experience
concentrates on supplementing academic experience with practical
experience in the operational units of the HSLS and the projects at CBMI.

The Bioinformatics & Health Sciences Library traineeship is a year-long
educational opportunity for individuals with a masters or doctoral
degree in molecular or cell biology, genetics, or a related area or an
MLS degree with an undergraduate degree in biology, with special
interests or experiences in molecular biology or genetics. The trainee
will gain an understanding of the specialized information services
offered by HSLS in support of researchers, students and clinicians in
molecular biology and genetics.

Applications are now being accepted for two trainees, who will begin in
August 2005.  To learn more about the program and for application
information, see

Nancy Tannery, MLS
Associate Director for Information Services
Health Sciences Library System
University of Pittsburgh
200 Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Phone: 412-648-9688 Fax: 412-648-8819
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