January Class Schedule – Health Sciences Library

The Health Sciences Library will be offering the following classes during the month of January 2010. To see complete descriptions and/or to register please visit the class calendar on the library’s web page at http://library.nymc.edu/Calendar/calendar3.cfm

Tuesday 1/5 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM   Topics in Web 2.0: Twitter 101/ Instructor: Marie Ascher Wednesday 1/6 1:00 . . . → Read More: January Class Schedule – Health Sciences Library

GSBMS Literature Review and Thesis Preparation Workshop

This series of lectures, discussions and hands-on activities is intended for those Basic Medical Sciences students who expect to complete an M.S. Thesis or Literature Review by Spring 2010.  The series is sponsored by the GSBMS in partnership with the Health Sciences Library faculty.  All sessions are held in the Health Sciences Library rooms . . . → Read More: GSBMS Literature Review and Thesis Preparation Workshop

New Books at the Health Sciences Library

The following titles were added to the NYMC Health Sciences Library collection Nov 1-Nov 30, 2009.

A whole new mind : why right-brainers will rule the future / Daniel H. Pink. Call Number: BF408 P655w 2006

Forces for good : the six practices of high-impact nonprofits / Leslie R. Crutchfield and Heather . . . → Read More: New Books at the Health Sciences Library

Stat!Ref now has export to RefWorks and EndNote

Stat!Ref, one of the collections of online books licensed by the Health Sciences Library, now has an export function to major bibliographic management software programs, RefWorks and EndNote. From the “Bibliography” section found at the bottom of any STAT!Ref document, you’ll be able to export to RefWorks, EndNote or copy/paste a pre-formatted citation.

Export . . . → Read More: Stat!Ref now has export to RefWorks and EndNote

Nanosensors Spot Early Signs of Cancer

Miniature “nanosensors” can detect early signs of cancer in everyday blood samples taken from patients, researchers report. Read More…