Ana D Cleveland, Ph.D., AHIP, FMLA, is a Regents Professor, Sarah Law Kennerly Endowed Professor, and director of the Health Informatics Program at the University of North Texas. She is a recognized educator in medical librarianship and health informatics. Under her leadership, UNT's Medical Librarianship/Health Informatics Program has been highly ranked. Her research interests are in curriculum development, health information-seeking behavior of underserved populations, indexing of medical information and health information and social media.
She has received awards and recognition from the Medical Library Association, the South Central Chapter of the MLA and the Texas Library Association. She has an extensive list of publications, including two textbooks co-authored with Dr. Donald Cleveland, on indexing and abstracting and health informatics for medical librarians. She has served as a consultant to the National Institutes of Health, the National Library of Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She worked on developing the Disaster Information Specialization and served as a consultant with international organizations in Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Australia and Africa. She serves as the academic liaison for the Research Training Institute (RTI) 2020–2022.