- Official Spring & Summer Hours
- Hashtags of the Week (HOTW): Stem Cells, Cloning and Publishing, Oh My! (Week of May 20, 2013)
- One-stop Health Sciences Funding Portal – Now in Beta!
- Rewarding Open Access – Nominations for the Accelerating Science Award Program
- Mendeley + Elsevier – A Marriage Made in Bibliographic Heaven?
Tag Archives: Library
From the National Library of Medicine: The National Library of Medicine (NLM) TOXNET TRI and TOXMAP now include the 2011Toxics Release Inventory data, the most current US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data available. The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), a resource of the EPA, is a set of … Continue reading
The Taubman Health Sciences Library is offering a free workshop on using EndNote. In EndNote Basics for Researchers, you’ll learn how to import references from online resources, organize your personal database, and insert and properly format citations and bibliographies. Date: … Continue reading
The Taubman Health Sciences Library (THL) is pleased to announce a new resource: GIDEON (Global Infectious Disease & Epidemiology Network). It is an interactive database that provides a wealth of information on health research and current trends in tropical and infectious diseases, epidemiology, … Continue reading
Please join MLibrary for a distinguished panel of faculty members from across disciplines who will discuss the academic publishing experience for aspiring authors from a variety of viewpoints. All are welcome to attend. Panelists include: Laura Buttitta, Professor of … Continue reading
The University Library is hosting two workshops on searching SciFinder on March 20. Peter Blasi, an application specialist from Chemical Abstract Services (CAS), will be the instructor. Please register for the session(s) you’d like to attend via the links below. If … Continue reading
Ever have a headache or facial pain that seemingly comes and goes without warning? Ever been diagnosed with migraines, TMD or facial neuralgias but feel that your ability to explain your pain is limited? PainTrek is a novel app that … Continue reading
Need help using library resources for research projects or class papers? Don’t know which citation management tool to use? Come to drop-in office hours today! Librarians from the Taubman Health Sciences Library will be in 1629 Crossroads. If you’re not … Continue reading
Need to learn how to use EndNote? Need to learn about grant writing for NIH grants? The Taubman Health Sciences Library provides free workshops on these and other topics. Find a complete list of THL workshops and register here.
Publishers will soon have the opportunity to submit non-English abstracts to PubMed. The additional language view(s) will be links on the Abstract display, with bold text indicating the language currently displayed (see Figure 1). The abstract text will default to English when … Continue reading
Alex DaSilva, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biologic and Materials Sciences, and Director of the Headache & Orofacial Pain Effort (H.O.P.E.) at University of Michigan School of Dentistry, will share his methods and innovations in the area of chronic … Continue reading