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New Graphic Medicine Titles Now Available

Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung recently secured a grant from Region 7 of the National Network of the Libraries of Medicine (NNLM), which was used to purchase additional graphic medicine titles for University Libraries. Graphic medicine is the use of

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Laurel Scheinfeld Awarded Systematic Review Services Specialization Certificate

Health Sciences Librarian Laurel Scheinfeld has successfully completed all of the necessary activities to obtain a Level II Systematic Review Services Specialization (SRSS) certificate from the Medical Library Association. Earning the SRSS demonstrates Laurel’s use of a range of information

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Match Day 2024

It’s that time of the year again! Tomorrow is what is known as Match Day. Match Day signifies a pivotal moment when medical students learn of their placements for the upcoming phase of their educational pursuit. The National Residency Match

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Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung Selected for the MLA Rising Star Program

Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung has been chosen to join the upcoming cohort of the Medical Library Association’s Rising Stars. This selective initiative is designed to equip emerging librarians with the skills and knowledge necessary for future leadership roles within

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Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung Featured by NNLM

Our very own Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung has been featured in an article by the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM), where her background, accomplishments and future directions are highlighted. To read the article, click here. Congratulations,

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Upcoming Dryad Digital Repository Workshop for Stony Brook Researchers

Are you looking for a place to store and share your research data? Then Dryad may be just the solution you need!  The Dryad Digital Repository provides a secure generalist platform for users to share their research data with the

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Health Sciences Librarian Laurel Scheinfeld Wins Research Award

Health Sciences Librarian Laurel Scheinfeld won the 2023 State University of New York Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Excellence in Scholarship Award at this year’s conference. This honor is granted to a SUNYLA member who has published a particularly impactful research article.

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Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung Earns Accredited Health Information Professional (AHIP) Certification

Sunny Chung, who currently works as a Health Sciences Librarian to the School of Nursing, recently earned the status of Accredited Health Information Professional (AHIP), Provisional Member. This certification is awarded by the Medical Library Association (MLA) after the applicant

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NEW Dryad Digital Repository Workshop on April 13th

Are you looking for a place to store and share your research data? Then Dryad may be just the solution you need!  The Dryad Digital Repository provides a secure generalist platform for users to share their research data with the

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Stony Brook University Libraries is Partnering with Ithaka S+R on “Building Campus Strategies for Data Support Services.”

Stony Brook University Libraries is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Ithaka S+R in the second cohort of Building Campus Strategies for Data Support Services.  This partnership consists of a two-year research and consultation project.  The goal

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