Kate Ghezzi-Kopel biography

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel is Health Sciences and Evidence Synthesis Librarian at Cornell University’s Albert R. Mann Library. She is the liaison to the Cornell Department of Human Development and the Division of Nutritional Sciences. 

As coordinator of the Cornell University Library Systematic Review Service, Kate provides evidence synthesis methodology guidance and instruction across disciplines at Cornell. She serves as teaching faculty in the annual WHO/Cochrane/Cornell Summer Institute for Systematic Reviews in Nutrition, and is co-author of systematic reviews and scoping reviews in the fields of nutrition, agricultural economics, human development, public health, and information sciences. 

Kate brings to Ceres2030 experience promoting evidence-based research practices, and leading information specialist collaboration on evidence synthesis work. Kate received her Masters degree in Library and Information Science from Syracuse University. Before becoming a librarian, Kate was an acquisitions editor for academic books. 

Ceres 2030 is a partnership between Cornell IP-CALS,  the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and the  International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD)