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Hands on version of our popular brownbag. Learn how to build and manage EndNote libraries...
The course is a general introduction to Microarrays and the use of R/Bioconductor to carry...
This is Session 1 of the R programming series. In this class we will cover the basics of R...
This hands-on session introduces participants to PubMed’s advanced searching features. Learn...
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are post-transcriptional regulators that silence gene expression by binding...
JMP Statistical Discovery Software from SAS provides the complete spectrum of statistics and...
In this session we will cover the other key concept in R: data frames. Almost all data are...
MetaDrug (GeneGo Inc.) is a unique systems chemical biology suite designed for the analysis of...
Ensembl provides unified access to genomic information and annotation for more than 50...
Looking for online dental and oral sciences journals? This database from EBSCO provides index and search capabilities for 160 journals and dozens of monographs and includes access to full text articles from more than 130 of them.
The MHL promotes free and open access to quality historical resources in medicine.
VAST+ is a tool designed to identify macromolecules that have similar 3-dimensional structures, with an emphasis on finding those with similar biological assemblies ("biological units" or "biounits"). The similarities are calculated using purely geometric criteria, and therefore can identify distant homologs that cannot be recognized by sequence comparison.
Partners ID Images is a free, image-based collection of cases studies and atlas entries developed in support of medical education at all levels. Browse, search and explore over 450 individual cases, 1600 images, and 80 organism descriptions.
It's not about Impact Factor anymore. A quote from the declaration
The Harvard School of Public Health adopted an open access policy at its November 26 faculty meeting.
Improving Public Access to Research Results ...as of spring 2013 we will begin to hold processing of non-competing continuation awards if publications arising from grant awards are not in compliance with the public access policy. Once publications are in compliance, awards will go forward. For more details.
Offered by the Harvard Catalyst the Elements of Grant Writing guide is a compilation of tools, timelines, and templates from a variety of grant-writing experts and funders designed to aid investigators in successfully applying for grants from federal, foundation, and corporate sources. Harvard or eCommons ID and PIN required.
The Countway's twitter page is a Web 2.0 extension of the library's outreach to patrons, increasing ambient awareness of the Countway's resources and collections, and opening dialogue with members of the HMS, HSPH, and HSDH communities and the larger national and international medical field. See what we have to offer.
Harvard's Borrow Direct program enables current faculty, staff, and students to borrow circulating materials that are not available at Harvard from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale. See the Borrow Direct "Get It" page for more information.
Eva Neer Papers Now Open
February 24 & 26: Reconstructing Medieval Medical Libraries: Between the Codex and the Computer
Countway and University of Alberta team up to bring hidden medical data to light
Southard in the Spotlight
Staff Finds: Jonathan Beckwith’s Social Activism Records
Abraham Myerson Papers Open to Research
Welcome to our new Records Management Assistant!
Oedipus and the Sphinx: a Gift for Isador H. Coriat
2015-2016 Women in Medicine Fellowship: Application Period Open
Warren Anatomical Museum loans artifacts to Ernst Mayr Library Exhibit on Vision
A first step towards a saner, more efficient medical research enterprise.
Worrisome Trends in Ebola
Near real-time tracking of Ebola
Classification system worthy of legislative intervention?