Megan Von Isenburg
Megan is Associate Dean for Library Services & Archives at the School of Medicine. Megan is responsible for planning and implementing high quality information services and resources to support the missions of Duke Health. She provides leadership for the Duke University Medical Center Library, which serves as a resource library for the state of North Carolina and the Mid-Atlantic region and is known for its innovations in health sciences librarianship and expertise in evidence-based practice. Von Isenburg also oversees the retention and preservation of institutional records through Medical Center Archives services. In addition to providing access to administrative records, the Archives capture the history of Duke Medicine through its record retention services.
Graduate Certificate in e-Learning, North Carolina State University (2011)
MSLS Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2004)
BA, American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1997)
By appointment at the Medical Center Library
Current Appointments and Affiliations
206 Seeley Mudd Bldg,
Durham, NC 27710
Service to Duke University
- Franz, L, Chambers, N, von Isenburg, M, & de Vries, PJ. (2017, March). Autism spectrum disorder in sub-saharan africa: A comprehensive scoping review. Autism Research.
- Lunyera, J, Mohottige, D, Von Isenburg, M, Jeuland, M, Patel, UD, & Stanifer, JW. (2016, March). CKD of Uncertain Etiology: A Systematic Review. Clinical journal of the American Society of Nephrology : CJASN, 11 (3), 379-385. (Review)
- Staton, C, Vissoci, J, Gong, E, Toomey, N, Wafula, R, Abdelgadir, J, Zhao, Y, Liu, C, Pei, F, Zick, B, Ratliff, CD, Rotich, C, Jadue, N, de Andrade, L, von Isenburg, M, & Hocker, M. (2016, January 6). Road Traffic Injury Prevention Initiatives: A Systematic Review and Metasummary of Effectiveness in Low and Middle Income Countries. PloS one, 11 (1), e0144971-. (Review)
- Staton, C, Vissoci, J, Gong, E, Toomey, N, Wafula, R, Abdelgadir, J, Zhao, Y, Liu, C, Pei, F, Zick, B, Ratliff, CD, Rotich, C, Jadue, N, de Andrade, L, von Isenburg, M, & Hocker, M. (2016, January). Correction: Road Traffic Injury Prevention Initiatives: A Systematic Review and Metasummary of Effectiveness in Low and Middle Income Countries. PloS one, 11 (2), e0150150-.
- Chu, PY, Maslow, GR, von Isenburg, M, & Chung, RJ. (2015, September). Systematic Review of the Impact of Transition Interventions for Adolescents With Chronic Illness on Transfer From Pediatric to Adult Healthcare. Journal of pediatric nursing, 30 (5), e19-e27. (Review)
- Peterson, RA, von Isenburg, M, Dietsch, B, & Lucas, D. (2014, January 2). Going Green: One Library's Journey Toward Sustainability. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 14 (1), 14-23.
- Perez, BA, von Isenburg, MA, Yu, M, Tuttle, BD, & Adams, MB. (2013, April). Exploring the impact of tablet computers on medical training at an academic medical center. J Med Libr Assoc, 101 (2), 154-157.
- Shurtz, S, & von Isenburg, M. (2011, April). Exploring e-readers to support clinical medical education: two case studies. Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA, 99 (2), 110-117.
- Tuttle, BD, Von Isenburg, M, Schardt, C, & Powers, A. (2009, July). PubMed instruction for medical students: searching for a better way. Medical reference services quarterly, 28 (3), 199-210.
- Murphy, B, Peterson, RA, Vines, H, von Isenburg, M, Berney, E, James, R, Rodriguez, M, & Thibodeau, P. (2008). Revolution at the library service desk. Med Ref Serv Q, 27 (4), 379-393.
- von Isenburg, M. (2007, January). Electronic resources reviews - HubMed. JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, 95 (1), 95-97.
- Von Isenburg, M, & Lackey, M. (2014). Global Health Sources. In J Huber and S Swogger (Eds.), Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences, Sixth Edition Chicago, IL: ALA Neal-Schuman. (Chapter)