H.M. Fishbon Memorial Library

Library Staff

All staff may be reached by phone at (415) 885-7378.

Michelle Henley

Michelle Henley, MLS
Clinical Research Librarian, Systematic Review Support

Michelle has provided research support for clinical staff at the San Francisco General Hospital and Parnassus campuses. In her current role, she provides literature searching and teaching to UCSF Medical Center staff in support of systematic reviews.

Ari Kleiman

Ari Kleiman, MLIS
Clinical Research Librarian, Patient and Family Support

Ari has worked in biomedical libraries since 1998. His primary focus is to provide research services for patients and families to locate health and medical information that fulfills their individual needs.

Laura Olson

Laura Olson, MSLIS
Clinical Research Librarian, Clinical Staff Support

Laura has 30 years of experience in academic, special and biomedical libraries serving in both public access and technical service areas. Contact Laura for help with:

  • literature searching in Pubmed, CINAHL and other databases
  • support for Endnote and other citation management tools
  • access to electronic resources

John Phillips

John Phillips
Library Assistant

John received his bachelor’s degree in English literature from UC Berkeley, and has worked in UCSF’s academic and medical libraries since 1984. He specializes in cataloging and interlibrary loan. Contact John for assistance with verifying citations or to request articles and books not readily available at UCSF.

Kristiana Rockne

Kristiana Rockne
Library Assistant

Before joining UCSF, Kristiana provided support at the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah and the Salt Lake City Public Library. At the Fishbon Library, she is responsible for the archives, serials, and providing general support to library staff and patrons. She holds a BA in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies from the University of Utah and is currently finishing her MLIS at San Jose State University.



Resources for Patients

Patients and visitors can learn more about the resources available to them at the UCSF Patient Health Library website.