NYMC Inauguration Exhibit

The Health Sciences Library is currently hosting a display to commemorate the inauguration of Drs. Halperin and Kadish that was held at Pepsico Theater Sunday December 9, 2012. Come see the accolades and well-wishes from institutions around the country. All are urged to stop by and sign the guest books!

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Health Sciences Library Classes — January 2013

Please register ahead of time by using the calendar found at http://library.nymc.edu/calendar/calendar3.cfm . For further information, stop by the Reference Desk in the Library. We recommend that you sign up for classes at least 24 hours in advance to avoid cancellation.

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BMJ Holiday Issue Provides A Dose of Cheer

An annual tradition for medicine geeks is awaiting the arrival of the annual BMJ holiday issue. For the past 30 years, BMJ has offered an issue that combines science and fun in a bizarre combination of good methodology and hilarity. Here’s a selection of articles from this year’s issue:

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Save the Date: The 19th Annual Author Recognition Celebration

From the Health Sciences Library of New York Medical College…

 

Save the Date

  The Nineteenth Annual Author Recognition Celebration recognizing faculty authors from July 2011- June 2012 academic year

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

from 4:00 to 5:30 PM in the Library

 

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Data Curation Profiles Project

“Which researchers are willing to share data, when, with whom, and under what conditions?”

This was the central question at the start of the Data Curation Profiles project, an endeavor between Purdue University Libraries and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  The project has resulted in the creation of . . . → Read More: Data Curation Profiles Project