April 28th, 2014 by Mary Wood
FASEB Releases Updated NIH State Factsheets
FASEB has created a new set of factsheets describing the importance of NIH funding to each state. The factsheets include a table listing NIH funding by congressional district, a summary of the biomedical research profile for the state, and talking points on how investment in NIH research benefits the economy of the state.
California State Factsheet (pdf)
April 24th, 2014 by Mary Wood
Friday, April 25, 2014 Third annual Bay Area World Malaria Day Symposium UC Berkeley
This symposium will convene the area’s top malaria researchers and experts for a day of innovation, knowledge-sharing and collaboration. Symposium schedule
Joseph DeRisi, Professor and Vice Chair of the Dept. Biochemistry & Biophysics, UCSF
Aydogan Ozcan, Professor, Electrical Engineering & Bioengineering Depts., UCLA
Elizabeth Ponder, Ctr Emerging & Neglected Diseases, UC Berkeley
Participating UC Davis malaria researchers include:
Gregory Lanzaro, Professor, SVM, PMI
Yoosook Lee, Assistant Researcher, SVM, PMI
Shirley Luckhart, Professor, SOM, MMI
Laura Norris, National Institutes of Health T32 postdoctoral fellow
Bradley Main, National Institutes of Health T32 postdoctoral fellow
April 21st, 2014 by Mary Wood
Animal Welfare Short Course
May 15-17, 2014
North Carolina State University
College of Veterinary Medicine
Raleigh, North Carolina
Veterinarians interested in gaining specialized knowledge regarding animal welfare assessments, contemporary animal welfare issues, and the veterinarian’s role in animal welfare should plan to attend, including veterinarians interesting in preparing for board certification by the American College of Animal Welfare.
Registration, the course agenda, speaker list, and additional information
April 15th, 2014 by Mary Wood
The User Services Unit, NLM Reference and Web Services Section, Public Services Division, compiled this set of subject guides. The Guides are meant to serve as research starting points for health professionals, researchers, librarians, students, and others. Each guide lists a variety of resources, many of which are Internet accessible and free. The guides are not meant to be comprehensive but to introduce some of the major resources available on each topic.
The topics for these Subject Guides are drawn from the most frequently asked questions the Reference and Web Services staff encounters in e-mails and onsite. (Note expanded sub-topics in left margin.)
A Genetics/Genomics subject guide will be available later this year, and more subject guides will be developed, as needed.