Mona Ramonetti is Head of Scholarly Communication at Stony Brook University Libraries and Open Educational Resources Campus Lead. She is the liaison to the following departments: Biology, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Graduate Genetics and Neurobiology.
Her research interests include Open Access, Open Educational Resources, Information Literacy, Instruction, Public Speaking, and Diversity related issues.
2017-present: Stony Brook University: - Head of Scholarly Communication
- Open Educational Resources Campus Lead
- Life Sciences Librarian
- Adjunct Professor: Global Studies Seminar
2013-2017: SUNY Maritime College: - Collection Development, Instruction, Outreach and
- Institutional Archivist
- Adjunct Professor: Leadership
- Student Academic Advisor
Summer 2013: Columbia University Science and Engineering Library:
- Intern: Collection Development for Science Collections
Spring/Summer 2013: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library and Archives:
- Fellowship: Research, Outreach and Promotion
Fall 2012: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library and Archives:
- Intern: Archives
Spring 1996: Columbia University: - Teacher's Assistant: Undergraduate Biology
1991-1994: Cornell University Medical Center:
- Research Assistant: Hematology/Oncology
Publications: M. Ramonetti f/k/a M.Pernambuco:
- J. Koos & M. Ramonetti. 2020. Planning and Promoting Library Events. Women Of Color in Medicine: A Panel Discussion.
- M. Ramonetti & V. Pilato. 2019. Keeping the Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Conversations Going. Urban Library Journal. 1190.
- M. Ramonetti. Fall, 2016. Review of God and Sea Power: The Influence of Religion on Alfred Thayer Mahan. Sea History 156.
- A.S. Acsh, I. Liu, F.M. Briccetti, J.W. Barnwell, F. Kwakye-Berko, A. Dokun, J. Goldberger and M. Pernambuco. 26 Nov 1993. Analysis of CD36 Binding Domains: Ligand Specificity Controlled by Dephosphorylation of an Ectodomain. Science, 262: 1436-4.
- M. Pernambuco. May 1991. What is the Basis for Mortality in Infested Pinyon Pine Trees. Senior Thesis, Wheaton College.
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