Juliane is the Lead Data Curator for Harvard Catalyst’s eagle-i. She has had a long, weird library career, starting as a traditional cataloger and is currently using ontologies and data harmonization to maximize discovery and data sharing/reuse. Her previous work includes a stint as an insurance librarian on Wall Street, bibliographic database librarian for NYU Medical Center, metadata librarian for Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and most recently, part of the Research Data Curation Program at UC San Diego. She is a certified instructor for Data Carpentry (http://www.datacarpentry.org/).
Her interests include the Software/Data/Library Carpentry movements, open science, travel, gin, Britpop and 18th century novels.