Shine a Light on Your Contributions with ORCID

On Wednesday, September 25th, we will celebrate the scholarly publications and activities of New York Medical College’s esteemed faculty with our 26th Annual Author Event.

What better time to register for your ID which will distinguish you and and all of your hard work from everyone else’s.

You can associate your ORCID ID with all . . . → Read More: Shine a Light on Your Contributions with ORCID

Don’t Get Left in the Dark: Register for an ORCID ID

It began in 2016 when a growing list of journals and publishers, including PLoS, Wiley, the American Chemical Society, EMBO Press and others, required authors to have an ORCID number. Now, starting on January 25, 2020, the National Institutes of Health or NIH will require ORCID ID’s for researchers who are receiving research training, . . . → Read More: Don’t Get Left in the Dark: Register for an ORCID ID

Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Do you want to research whether calorie or nutrition labeling helps reduce obesity or diabetes? Do you need to know the number of nurses needed on staff for your hospital to meet the demands of its patients? Or, do you want to discover whether participation in the creative arts helps reduce cognitive decline in patients . . . → Read More: Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Ten Signs that a Journal Might be Predatory

Predatory publishers and journals are entities that take advantage of an academic’s need to publish without giving anything in return. They engage in questionable business practices and fail to adhere to industry standards, especially in regards to peer review. Unfortunately, the number of these fraudulent publishers and journals continue to increase over time. Therefore, . . . → Read More: Ten Signs that a Journal Might be Predatory

Most Popular Works in Touro Scholar: November 2018

791 downloads for November 2018

Total no. of downloads in Touro Scholar, the College’s institutional repository

There are a lot of things to be thankful for this past November including the fact that this month has been our highest number of downloads ever. Interestingly, 225 of those downloads were for issues of The Chironian.

The top three most . . . → Read More: Most Popular Works in Touro Scholar: November 2018