Gerald (Jerry) Perry, MLS, AHIP
Director (2007 to present)
Health Sciences Library, University of Colorado Denver
12950 E. Montview Blvd.
Mail Stop A003
Aurora, CO 80045
- Library policies
- Giving to the Library
- Opportunities for collaboration and partnering
- Library budget
MLS, State University of New York at Buffalo 1986
BA, Anthropology/Journalism, Syracuse University 1979
- Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP), Medical Library Association (MLA) Distinguished Member 2012-2016
- Medical Library Association (MLA) President 2011-2012
- University Leadership Development Institute, Office of the President, University of Colorado System Emerging Leaders Program 2005-2006
- Recipient, Commitment to Diversity Award for Faculty (Health Sciences), University of Colorado Denver, two consecutive years - 2005 and 2006
- National Library of Medicine/Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries Leadership Fellow 2002-2003
- University of Arizona Continuing Status, Librarian Rank 2001
- Perry GJ. Viva la evolution! Specialized adaptation and the Medical Library Association's ongoing commitment to the teaching and learning roles of health sciences librarians. J Med Libr Assoc. 2013 Jan; 101(1):1-3.
- Browne R, Lasserre K, McTaggart J, Bayley L, McKibbon A, Clark M, Perry GJ, Murphy J. International trends in health science librarianship: part 1 - the English speaking world. Health Info Libr J. 2012 Mar; 29(1):75-80.
- Grefsheim SF, Rankin JA, Perry GJ, McKibbon KA. Affirming our commitment to research: the Medical Library Association's research policy statement: the process and findings. J Med Libr Assoc. 2008 Apr; 96(2):114-20.
- Perry GJ, Roderer NK, Assar S. A current perspective on medical informatics and health sciences librarianship. J Med Libr Assoc. 2005 Apr; 93(2):199-205.
- Perry GJ, Kronenfeld MR. Evidence-Based Practice: a new paradigm brings new opportunities for health sciences librarians. Med Ref Serv Q. 2005; 24(4):1-16.
- Perry, GJ, Weldon S. Consumer health informatics research: implications for consumers, health information professionals and researchers. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet. 2005; 9(2):1-11.