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Welcome to New UW Students, Fellows, Faculty, and Staff!

2016 Library Orientation Handout for Students, Faculty, Fellows, and Staff in the Biomedical Sciences

Your Library Liaison

Ways I can help you:

  • Setting up current awareness alerts for you, your lab, or department.
  • Helping you find information and articles in databases such as PubMed, Embase, Web of Science, ClinicalTrials.gov, & many others.
  • Assisting with search strategies for systematic reviews or other literature reviews.
  • Advising on information resources for scientific, clinical, regulatory, genetics, or interdisciplinary information.
  • Helping you locate funding opportunities.
  • Using molecular biology and genetics information in NCBI databases.
  • Using citation management tools like EndNote.
  • Teaching a workshop tailored to your group's needs.
  • Discussing your suggestions for ebook, journal, or database subscriptions.
  • Discussing strategies for describing and increasing the impact of your research.
  • Helping you with NIH public access policy or research data management questions.
  • Tracking down difficult-to-find information -- I love a challenge!

Contact me by email or phone.  I look forward to working with you.

 

Biomedical & Translational Sciences Librarian

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Diana Louden
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Biomedical & Translational Sciences Librarian, Health Sciences Library
206-221-3480
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