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Workshop – Introduction to Bioinformatics Databases

There are a vast number of bioinformatics databases, software tools, and resources available on the web covering a wide range of biological data including genes, genomes, sequences, molecular structures, proteins, gene expression and genetic variation. This workshop will help you

Posted in Health Sciences, Health Sciences Library

Systematic Reviews Workshop March 5

Considering doing a systematic literature review, but not sure how to get started or what is involved? The Health Sciences Library is offering a one-hour Introduction to Systematic Reviews workshop this Thursday, March 5, 1-2pm in Classroom 1. The session

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Welcome Molly Higgins!

On February 2, the Health Sciences Library welcomed a new Librarian to our team – Molly Higgins. Molly was most recently a library fellow at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, MA.  Previously, she worked at the University

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HSL Librarian Jennifer Lyon accepted to NLM Bioinformatics Course

Jennifer Lyon, HSL Biomedical and Translational Research Librarian will attend the Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course this Spring. The course is a National Libraries of Medicine (NLM) fellowship program directed at medical educators, medical librarians, medical administrators, clinical practitioners, and faculty,

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Nature promotes read-only sharing of articles

Nature will make its articles back to 1869 free to share to be read online but not to be printed or downloaded. All research papers from Nature will be made free to read in a proprietary screen-view format that can

Posted in Health Sciences, Health Sciences Library, Open Access, Research, Scholarly Communication, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

NSF Integration with NCBI SciENcv

Users of NCBI Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) will soon be able to create profiles in the National Science Foundation (NSF) biographical sketch format. This newly added format will be available to download in PDF, MS Word or XML, and

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New ILLiad log in!

Thank you for your patience.  The new ILLiad log in page is now available.  Users with a NetID can now log in using the NetID.  This change will help expedite requests by new users. Some current users may be prompted

Posted in Health Sciences, Health Sciences Library, Interlibrary Loan

Updated Health Sciences Website

  The Health Sciences Library website has been updated! Enhancements include a more streamlined graphical interface, prominent links to top research guides, easy to find links to top resources and quick links to most used services. All of the former

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Browzine Now Has Health Sciences eJournals

BrowZine delivers thousands of academic journals to your iPad or Android tablet. BrowZine works by organizing the articles found in Open Access and University Libraries subscriptions (including Health Sciences Library subscriptions), uniting them into complete journals, then arranging these journals

Posted in Health Sciences

Flame Challenge: What is Sleep?

The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science asks “What is Sleep?” Some Stony Brook University students seem to be already doing some head nodding experimentation in the library. If it’s your dream to take on this challenge, though, Stony Brook

Posted in Databases, Education, Health Sciences, Research, Uncategorized