New Books in the Biomedical Library – December 2016

Developing a Program of Research in Nursing Developing a Program of Research in Nursing
Matthews-Fuller Library
RT81.5 .B43 2016

Essentials of Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary PracticeEssentials of Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC440 .B665 2017

Interventional OncologyInterventional Oncology
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC271.R3 I583 2016

Introduction To Health Research MethodsIntroduction To Health Research Methods
Matthews-Fuller Library
R850 .J33 2017

Medical School and the Residency Match: A Post-Match Debrief From Recent MatchersMedical School and the Residency Match: A Post-Match Debrief From Recent Matchers
Matthews-Fuller Library
R840 .M43 2015

Conservation of Freshwater FishesConservation of Freshwater Fishes
Dana Library
QL624 .C658 2016

Land-Use Change Impacts on Soil Processes: Tropical and Savannah EcosystemsLand-Use Change Impacts on Soil Processes: Tropical and Savannah Ecosystems
Dana Library
S596 .L36 2015

Organisms, Agency, and EvolutionOrganisms, Agency, and Evolution
Dana Library
QH366.2 .W355 2015

Understanding Statistical Error: A Primer for BiologistsUnderstanding Statistical Error: A Primer for Biologists
Dana Library
R853.S7 G54 2016

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Exploration of NCBI Tools & Resources, December 1 & 2, 2016

ncbiAn In-Depth Exploration NCBI Online Tools and Resources

Guest speakers from NCBI: Peter Cooper & Bonnie Maidak

4 workshops, 2 days, 2 locations, 1 event !

* Free Registration & Detailed Schedulehttp://dartgo.org/ncbi

The Dartmouth Libraries, the Biomedical Libraries, and Research Computing are hosting four hands-on workshops on NCBI online tools and resources. The level of these workshops ranges from introductory to advance. Sessions offer a well-balanced combination of presentations, examples, and hands-on training.

Bring your laptop (Mac/Win).

Provided lunches are sponsored by Synergy and Thursday night’s Reception by the Dept. of Biomedical Data Sciences at Geisel.

SCHEDULE

Thursday, December 1, 2016 – Life Science Center, Room 201

8:30 am – 9:00 am   Sign-In, Coffee, Speaker Introduction

9:00 am – 12:00 pm   Gene Expression Resource at the NCBI
(Includes 15-Minute Break)

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm   Synergy sponsored Lunch (provided)

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm   EDirect: Command Line Access to NCBI’s Biomolecular Databases (Includes 15-Minute Break)

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm   Biomedical Data Science Dept. sponsored Reception, LSC 2nd Floor Atrium

Friday Dec. 2, 2016 – Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Auditorium F

8:30 am – 9:00 am   Sign-in, Coffee, Speaker Introduction

9:00 am – 12:00 pm   NCBI’s Medical Genetics Resources: ClinVar, GTR, MedGen (Includes 15-Minute Break)

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm   Synergy sponsored Lunch (provided)
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Fuller 571

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm   Using Genomes, Assembly and Gene to Access Genome Sequences and Annotations (Includes 15-Minute Break)

* Breaks, lunch, and evening reception will be provided for the first 40 registrants.

* Free Registration & Detailed Schedulehttp://dartgo.org/ncbi

Seating is Limited | Advance Registration is Requested | Laptops (Mac/Win) Required

Questions: Contact Brenda F. Green, MLS, Head of Education, Research and Clinical Services, Biomedical Libraries, Brenda.F.Green@Dartmouth.edu

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Thanksgiving 2016 Holiday Hours

thanksgiving-owls-2015Dana Biomedical Library
Wednesday, November 23,  7:30AM – 5:00PM
Thursday, November 24,  CLOSED
Friday, November 25,  CLOSED
**After hours access with Dartmouth ID is unchanged**

Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library
Wednesday, November 23,  8:00AM – 6:00PM
Thursday, November 24,  CLOSED
Friday, November 25,  CLOSED
**24/7 access for authorized individuals is unchanged**

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New Exhibit of Paintings at the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library

This exhibit of paintings by Susan Parmenter will be on display until January 29, 2017. The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00am – 6:00pm, and is located on the 5th floor of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

About the Artist
A realist painter and award winning artist, Susan Parmenter lives and works in Sunapee, NH. Interested in art since childhood, her professional career began in illustration and transitioned to fine art painting. Susan likes to work primarily in oils or pastels, but often sketches outdoors and from life using gouache, watercolor, charcoal, and ink. These smaller studies become reference material for larger paintings done in studio, as well as mosaics, made with stained glass and repurposed ceramics.

Susan enjoys creating with a variety of subject matter in mind, but finds particular inspiration in the elements of nature.

Artist Statement
Painting Birds & Wildlife by Susan Parmenter

Blog-Who Cooks For You-Barred Owl Portrait

Barred Owl – Who Cooks For You? by Susan Parmenter

A side effect of Climate Change and human over-population is the declining health of migratory birds and wildlife species world-wide. Both on land and in the water, their numbers are dropping. Nature and our important coexistence with her seems incredibly out of balance.

I have personally witnessed this bird and wildlife decline within my own, sixty-year life span (so far). This is of great concern to me! It makes me wonder what will be left of the natural/animal world in another sixty years? I am compelled to paint the beauty, character and elegant wonder of these birds and animals, if only to leave an artistic commentary that I was able to observe their beauty and celebrate that they are still here!

Susan Parmenter in her studio painting "Pileated Pair"

Susan Parmenter working in her studio.

I urge all who view these paintings to be inspired to act. The concern is real and happening now.

Let’s not passively accept the news of one more species disappearing, as in the sad story of the Carolina Parakeet (depicted in my painting “Gone And Forgotten”). This colorful and social parrot, once native and common to the Eastern portion of the United States became extinct in early 1900. Yet despite all that we have learned and the growth of technology (or perhaps because of it?) our life-styles and behaviors continue to imperil bird, animal and insect populations to this day. Consider the Northern White Rhino – as of 2016 there are only three of these animals left on the planet.

A few things that each of us can do:

  • Advocate for creating and protecting migratory wildlife corridors here in NH, across the country and the globe.
  • Advocate for banning the use of neonicotinoids (widely used systemic insecticides, chemically related to Nicotine, that are wiping out bee populations) and glyphosphates (the widely used systemic herbicide/crop desiccant and potential carcinogen commonly known as Round Up).
  • Plant and foster natural Wildlife habitats in your own back yard.
  • THINK about your individual impact (e.g., certain insects, birds and animals depend on dead trees for habitat, so consider leaving some in your yard.)
  • Educate future generations to VALUE wildlife, wilderness and undeveloped spaces.
  • To achieve all of the above, support local and global wildlife organizations like the National Audubon Society (or it’s NH chapter), The Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club, The National Wildlife Federation or American Bird Conservancy.
  • And finally, get quiet and observe what is out there. You’ll be glad you did!

Susan’s work can also be viewed at:

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Gear Up for Research, Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

gear-up-blogGear Up For Research is an information fair designed to inform researchers of the resources, tools, and consultation services available from departments across Dartmouth.  Join us on November 18  from 10:30AM – 12:30PM at DHMC in Auditoriums A-D, to learn about how Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center can assist you in with your research, from proposal submission to publication.

Click here for more information.

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – November 2016

Applied Mathematics and Omics to Assess Crop Genetic Resources for Climate Change Adaptive TraitsApplied Mathematics and Omics to Assess Crop Genetic Resources for Climate Change Adaptive Traits
Dana Library
SB123.57 .A67 2016

Canopy Photosynthesis: From Basics to Applications Canopy Photosynthesis: From Basics to Applications
Dana Library
QH541.5.F6 C33 2016

Pattern Recognition in Computational Molecular Biology: Techniques and Approaches Pattern Recognition in Computational Molecular Biology: Techniques and Approaches
Dana Library
QH506 .P38 2016

The Sociology of Food and AgricultureThe Sociology of Food and Agriculture
Dana Library
S419 .C366 2016

50 Imaging Studies Every Doctor Should Know50 Imaging Studies Every Doctor Should Know
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC78.7.D53 A15 2017

Essential Clinical NeuroanatomyEssential Clinical Neuroanatomy
Matthews-Fuller Library
QM451 .C53 2016

Manual for Eye Examination and DiagnosisManual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis
Matthews-Fuller Library
RE75 .L44 2017

The Psychiatric InterviewThe Psychiatric Interview
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC480.7 .C315 2017

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Open Access Week: October 24-28, 2016

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Monday, October 24th
Open Access Info Table:  2:30PM – 4:30PM, Berry Library, Main Street
OA week Kick-Off and Poster Exhibit Opening: 2:30PM – 4:30PM
Refreshments! Remarks at 3:00PM, Berry Library, Main Street
Posters will be on display from October 17 – 28

Tuesday, October 25th
Open Access Info Table:
10:00AM – 12:00PM, MacLean Atrium
Public Talk: Open Access and the Social Sciences: Changing Rules, Roles, & Responsibilities, Gregg Gordon, SSRN Pres/CEO
3:00PM, Rockefeller Center 003

Wednesday, October 26th
Open Access Info Table: 2:00PM – 4:00PM, Jones Media Center

Thursday, October 27th
Open Access Info Table: 10:00AM – 12:00PM, Fairchild Tower
Workshop: Opening Access through Canvas Legally, 12:00PM – 1:00PM
DCAL, Baker 102, Please register! Visit the DCAL workshop website.

Friday, October 28th
Open Access Info Table: 9:00AM – 11:00AM, Life Sciences Center Lobby
Workshop: Author Rights and Scholarly Identity, 12:30PM – 1:30PM
DCAL, Baker 102, Please register! Visit the DCAL workshop website.

New to open access?
Stop by one of our open access info tables to chat with a librarian, ask questions, and get a button!

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – October 2016

Dermatology Simplified: Outlines and Mnemonics Dermatology Simplified: Outlines and Mnemonics
Matthews-Fuller Library
RL105 .L57 2016

Fundamentals of Clinical TrialsFundamentals of Clinical Trials
Matthews-Fuller Library
R853.C55 F75 2015

Global Healthcare: Issues And PoliciesGlobal Healthcare: Issues And Policies
Matthews-Fuller Library
RA441 .G573 2017

Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of PracticeNursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice
Matthews-Fuller Library
RT50.5 .N8696 2015

Bark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive SpeciesBark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive Species
Dana Library
QL596.S35 B375 2015

Flight Identification of Raptors of Europe, North Africa and the Middle EastFlight Identification of Raptors of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
Dana Library
QL696.F3 F665 2016

The Paradigm of Forests and the Survival of the FittestThe Paradigm of Forests and the Survival of the Fittest
Dana Library
SD387.S55 P365 2016

Robins and ChatsRobins and Chats
Dana Library
QL696.P288 C53 2015

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ORCiD Sign-Up Event, Tuesday, October 11, 2016

orcidWhen: Tuesday, October 11, 2016,  10:30AM – 2:00PM
Where: Outside the DHMC Cafeteria
Please bring your laptop or mobile device to create your ORCID iD.

ORCiD is an open, non-profit, community-driven organization that provides a unique and persistent identifier to researchers, connecting them with their activities through integration in key research workflows.

Through linkages with other systems, ORCiD improves discoverability and reduces repetitive data entry. Researchers control the privacy of the information displayed in their ORCiD record, and determine what, how, and with whom information is shared.

Distinguish yourself in three easy steps:

  1. Register for an ORCID iD
  2. Connect your iD to your work
  3. Use your iD in grants, publications, datasets and more

For further information contact Brenda Green, Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries, Brenda.F.Green@Dartmouth.edu

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – September 2016

Climate Change and Insect PestsClimate Change and Insect Pests
Dana Library
QL469 .C55 2015

 

 
 

Jawetz, Melnick & Adelberg’s Medical MicrobiologyJawetz, Melnick & Adelberg's Medical Microbiology
Dana Library
QR46 .J39 2016

 

 
 

Plant Genes, Genomes, and GeneticsPlant Genes, Genomes, and Genetics
Dana Library
QK981.4 .G76 2015

 

 

 
Writing in Biology A Brief GuideWriting in Biology A Brief Guide
Dana Library
QH304 .R65 2016
 

 

 
 
Biostatistics in Public Health Using STATABiostatistics in Public Health Using STATA
Matthews-Fuller Library
RA409 .S79 2016

 

 

 
Krause's Food & the Nutrition Care ProcessKrause’s Food & the Nutrition Care Process
Matthews-Fuller Library
RM216 .M285 2017
 

 

 

Mucosal ImmunologyMucosal Immunology
Matthews-Fuller Library
QR185.9.M83 M84 2015 v.1 & v.2

 

 

 
Pathophysiology of Heart Disease: A Collaborative Project of Medical Students and FacultyPathophysiology of Heart Disease: A Collaborative Project of Medical Students and Faculty
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC682.9 .P255 2016

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