Renee Drabier named VP of Information Resources and Technology
Renee Drabier, PhD, has been named vice president for Information Resources and Technology. Dr. Drabier reports to the provost and oversees the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library, Academic Information Services, Information Technology and Biomedical Communication.
Prior to joining the Health Science Center she was assistant vice president of health informatics and associate dean of health informatics at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. She led Faculty Instructional Technology Services, the library, and Biomedical and Media Communication Services.
Dr. Drabier has a PhD in distance education and educational technology from Texas A&M University, an MBA from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas.
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