Joy A. Russell is the Systematic Review and Grants Education Librarian in the Service and Partnerships Division of the Health Sciences Digital Library and Learning Center.
She received her Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in teacher education from Texas Tech University. In addition, she received her Masters in Library Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Early Childhood Education with a focus on Special Education from Texas Woman's University. Upon completion of her study, she taught Special Education classes in the Crowley Independent School District and is certified in English as a Second Language [ESL].
Dr. Russell's scholarship in Libraries has awarded her an Impact Grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, the William D. Postell, Sr. Professional Development Award from the South Central Chapter of the Medical Library Association [SCC/MLA], and the Professional Development Award from the National Libraries of Medicine. In 2015, Dr. Russell achieved the Academy of Health Information Professionals [AHIP] membership.
- Tarrant County College (2006), Arts
- Texas Woman's University (2008), Special Education
- Graduate School
- Texas Woman's University (2010), Library Science
- Graduate School
- Texas Tech University (2016), Curriculum and Instruction
- Markers of coagulation activation, inflammation and fibrinolysis as predictors of poor outcomes after pediatric venous thromboembolism: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Zia A, Russell J, Sarode R, Veeram SR, Josephs S, Malone K, Zhang S, Journeycake J Thromb. Res. 2017 Oct 160 1-8
- Treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis with dornase alfa in patients with cystic fibrosis: A systematic review
- Shah G, De Keyzer L, Russell J, Halderman A Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. [In Press] 2018
- The Presenter's Toolbox
- Russell, J J Med Libr Assoc 2017 July; (3) 105 310-312