Pharmacy Liaison

Health Sciences Libraries, Education & Research Services; 314 Diehl Hall

Franklin Sayre serves as the liaison to the College of Pharmacy where his focus is on serving the education and research needs of students, researchers, and faculty.  Franklin received his double B.A. in the History and Philosophy of Science and Psychology from York University in Toronto, and his Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) from the University of British Columbia. He comes to University of Minnesota from the University of British Columbia where he served as the liaison to the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the School of Population and Public Health. Franklin’s main areas of interest are teaching evidence-based practice, understanding the data management practices of bench scientists, and supporting research commercialization.

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Frank Sayre