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Library Liaison Profiles

Mona Ramonetti

Mona Ramonetti

Head of Scholarly Communication

Liaison Areas: Biology, Biochemistry and Cell Biology,
Biomedical EngineeringEcology and Evolutionary Biology,
GeneticsNeurobiology

mona.ramonetti@stonybrook.edu
Melville Library, CS1-J | 631.632.1740

How Can Mona help you?

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.

 

Education:

BS in Plant Biology: Wheaton College, Massachusetts

PhD Candidate in Molecular Biology: Columbia University, New York

MSLIS: Queens College, New York

MSMNS: SUNY Maritime College, New York

Experience:

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

                                                                    Reference Librarian

                                                                 - 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.