Stacey E. Wahl
Research and Education Librarian
Tompkins-McCaw Library, Research and Education
Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences, RED Suite
Stacey Wahl, Ph.D., works with students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty in the basic sciences at the VCU School of Medicine to enhance their research, scholarship, and teaching. She provides one-on one consultations, in-class and online instruction and special outreach programs including managing the How-to Talks by Postdocs series.
Before joining VCU Libraries in 2018, Stacey was an IRACDA Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biology department at VCU. She received her dual-doctoral degree in biomedical sciences from Rutgers University and Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences. During her time as a researcher, Stacey received multiple NIH grants and published several peer-reviewed manuscripts. Her teaching experience includes undergraduate courses at VCU and Virginia State and several presentations on molecular biology techniques, teaching pedagogy and neurodevelopment for undergraduate and graduates.
As a new librarian, her research interests are evolving as she engages in this profession. A topic of interest is the intersection of basic scientists and the library, specifically how perceptions affect interactions and consultations.