You've found the Guide to resources for biomedical researchers!
Here's an overview of what you'll find in this guide:
Share Your Experience: Food Provided!
The Medical Center Library & Archives and Duke Office of Clinical Research are looking for early career researchers (graduate students, post-docs, residents, fellows, junior faculty) to share their experience as a researcher in either focus groups or individual interviews.
If you would be interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
By responding to this request, you do agree to being contacted again via email, but may decide not to participate in the future at any time.
Upcoming NIH Public Access Policy Classes:
Currently we have no NIH classes scheduled; however we are happy to meet with individuals and provide 1-on-1 help. You may also view our entire calendar of classes.
The Medical Center Library & Archives is pilot testing BioMedSearcher, a new tool that searches across biomedical sciences databases and resources.
- Searches across many different biomedical sciences resources
- Returns results in one search page
- Presents results according to relevancy ranking
- Allows users to limit to more specific topics or resources
- Includes major biomedical databases such as PubMed, Embase, and Web of Science
- Includes specialized databases such as CINAHL, Biosis, and Engineering Village
- Searches the NCBI Entrez collection including Gene and Genome
- Search by categories of resources – Basic Sciences, Medicine, and Nursing
- Choose one or several categories
- Select one or several resources to search
- Choose the fields, years, etc. to be searched
Please try this new approach to searching and give us your feedback on how useful it is.