Research & Publications
Rolando oversees the Yale Medical Library Bioinformatics Support Program and is Lecturer in Epidemiology for the Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) Department, Yale School of Public Health. This end-user-centered bioinformatics program provides resources, training, consultations, and collaboration to the biomedical sciences researchers at Yale including finding, retrieving, analyzing and sharing molecular datasets. After obtaining his B.S. in Biology at the University of Havana, Cuba, he worked for seven years at the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in Havana on projects related to the effect of cytokines on Human Papillomavirus-associated diseases. Before coming to Yale he provided bioinformatics support at Univ. of Florida -where he worked for four years- teaching several workshops and a credit-bearing course on bioinformatics for health sciences.
Education & Training
- MLSSouthern Connecticut State University (2012)
- Biomedical Informatics FellowMarine Biological Laboratory/ National Library of Medicine
|Academy of Health Information Professionals||Committee Member||2018 - Present|
|Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee||Committee Member||2014 - 2018|