May 4, 2016
The Library will return to its regular hours starting May 20. This means we will close at midnight Sunday through Thursday, so plan accordingly! Remember, our 24/7 Computer & Study Space is always open, and accessible through an after-hours entrance when the library is closed.
May 3, 2016
(Guest post by the YSM, YSN, and PA Classes of 2016) If you've visited the library recently, this unusual sculpture may have caught your eye as you entered. The 2016 Class Gift is a collective effort between the Yale School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Physician Associate Program. The gift is a tree sculpture made from molds of the limbs of first-year students in the 3 programs, and serves as a reminder of the collaborative process between the bodies of students and donors in the... Read More
Apr 25, 2016
The Day of Data 2016 Spring Discussion Series will feature Dr. Alexander Cloninger. Dr. Cloninger has active applied collaborations with medical researchers at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation at Yale and the National Institutes of Health. His current research deals with defining and analyzing patient similarity for the purposes of clustering and outcome prediction. Thursday, May 5, 2016 1:30 – 3:00 pm Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall Alex Cloninger is a Gibbs... Read More
Apr 20, 2016
The End-user Bioinformatics Program at the Yale Cushing/Medical Library is hosting these four workshops on tools for the analysis of NGS data. Besides the two trainings on tools for functional analysis of NGS data already supported by the Medical Library (Ingenuity Pathway Analysis and MetaCore), we will have a presentation on Partek Flow, and another one on CLC Bio (QIAGEN). The medical library will ask for feedback on these tools for future support and licensing. If you are interested in... Read More
Apr 17, 2016
As part of its End-user Bioinformatics Program, the Cushing Whitney Medical Library is providing access to the the Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD®) to all Yale affiliates. This database organizes all known genotypes responsible for causing human inherited disease along with disease-associated polymorphisms published in the peer-reviewed literature— HGMD mutation data are manually curated from the scientific literature. HGMD is available in two versions: one public, one obtainable by... Read More
Apr 15, 2016
Miriam Olivares, GIS Librarian, now consults with Medical Library patrons on Wednesday afternoons. We are kicking off this service with Open Houses on April 27 and May 4. Drop in between 3pm and 5pm with your questions about geospatial applications in medicine and public health – or just come to hear more about this service. Join us in our Gordon Conference Room (L101) at the front of the library, or get more information here.
Apr 12, 2016
Maybe you've noticed a donation box in the library lobby. YSM students involved with AMWA (American Medical Women's Association) & ACOG (American College of Obstetrician's & Gynecologists) District I are gathering supplies for 2 organizations that provide supplies for survivors of domestic violence and other underserved women: The Women's Health Resource Center (NH) and The Women's Center of Rhode Island. The Women's Resource Center would like diapers & wipes, which are essential... Read More
Apr 8, 2016
YaleLinks is not working for PubMed. While we are waiting for a solution from the vendor, please use the E-Journals list. Alternately, you can also search Ovid MEDLINE.
Apr 4, 2016
(by Katie Hart) The Medical Library spaces are heavily booked this week. The Historical Library will be closed at some point almost every day, and the Morse Reading Room will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Study space in other parts of the library will be at a premium. Also, a brief reminder that Wednesday is the Annual Associates Lecture. Here are a list of the closing times for our spaces: Monday, 4/4: Historical Library, 3-7pm, “The Emperor’s New Genes: Science, Race,... Read More
Mar 31, 2016
Finn, the library's therapy dog, is back from vacation! He starts back to work tomorrow working his regular hours: Fridays, noon – 2 pm.