Head, Veterinary Medical Library, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Veterinary Population Medicine

Veterinary Medical Library; 450 Veterinary Sciences Building
612-624-5376
naulta@umn.edu

André has a background in wildlife research and veterinary practice management. His current research interests include veterinary informatics, open-access, and support of systematic reviews.

Education

Diplome d'étude collegiale in Health Sciences, Dawson College, Montreal

BSc in Wildlife Resources, McGill University, Montreal

Masters in Library Studies (MLS), University of Rhode Island

Selected Presentations & Publications

Evanson, J., Alexander, C., Sampedro, F., Boyer, T. Nault, A.J., Goldsmith, T. 2019. Methodology for Creating an Information Tool for Animal Food Facilities. Journal of Agriculture and Food Information. 20(3): 220-236.

Root, MV, and Nault, A.J. 2019. Measuring Productivity and Impact of Veterinary Education-Related Research at the Institutional and Individual Levels Using the H-Index.  Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. Nov 15:e0618072r1. doi: 10.3138/jvme.0618-072r1.

de la Cruz ML, Conrado I, Nault A, Perez A, Dominguez L, Alvarez J. 2017. Vaccination as a control strategy against Salmonella infection in pigs: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the literature. Research in Veterinary Science. (114): 86–94.

Nault, André J. Weasels and Honey Badgers: Networking for Librarians. Book chapter in: The Machiavellian librarian : winning allies, combating budget cuts, and influencing stakeholders. P. 17-28, 2013. Chandos Publishing, Cambridge, UK.

Nault, A.J. 2011. Open Access of Publications by Veterinary Faculty in the United States and Canada. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 38(1):33-41.

Root Kustritz MV, A. Nault. 2010. Professional development training through the veterinary curriculum at the University of Minnesota. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 37(3):233-237.