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The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library offers a high-performance workstation with a suite of licensed and open source tools, such as BRB-Array Tools, Cytoscape, and Qlucore, to process, manage, analyze, and visualize data in a variety of formats. Available to anyone with a Yale netID, this workstation can be used for high-throughput data analysis, such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis and any other type of data that requires powerful computing capabilities.
The computer is located behind the library's Information Desk.
If you would like access to this computer, please contact Rolando Garcia Milian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gracie is a 9 years old Goldendoodle (part Golden Retrieve and Poodle) and is a member of Pet Partners Therapy Animal Program and K9 First Responders (K9FR), a Critical Incident Mental Health Support (CIMHS) organization.
Gracie and her handler, Lou Siegel will be at the Library most Tuesdays from noon to 2:00 pm. Gracie’s therapy status is rated “Complex” which means she can handle noisy and populated areas.
Melanie Zheng, Yale School of Medicine, class of 2021 and student library representative, said, “My classmates and I were all so excited to hear about Gracie's visits. Having a therapy dog come to visit regularly has been such a good way to de-stress in the middle of busy schedules. She is such a sweet dog, and we really appreciate the library for hosting her!
Join us on October 17th, 12:00 - 1:00 pm in the Medical Historical Library (Sterling Hall of Medicine, L-wing, 333 Cedar Street) for a lunchtime workshop entitled, "The Time is Now! The Many Faces of Disability." The talk will be led by Dr. Cindy Miller, MD, Department of Radiology. Dr. Miller's workshop will focus on the relationship between disability and diversity, the definition of disability, the diversity within disability, and disability as a "process." Additionally, the discussion will include what Yale is doing well with respect to disability, and directions in which Yale could continue to move for improvement.
The workshop is sponsored by DiversAbility at Yale (DAY) Affinity Group and in celebration of National Disability Awareness Month
This event is open to all members of the Yale Community.
Afternoon group meditation for the Yale Community
Beginners or experienced practitioners, all are welcome
Free, no equipment needed, no sign-up required!
Sterling Hall of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street
Wednesdays 12:15-12:45 pm
Medical Library, L Wing, Room E25
Note: Sept 13 and Nov 15 sessions will be held in Room 103
Sept 27, Oct 25, Nov 8 sessions will be held in Room 101a
Fridays 12:15-12:45 pm
C Wing, Room smh c103
The meditations are led by either Anne Dutton, of the Yale Stress Center or Danielle Casioppo, of Being Well at Yale.
Stay up to date! Join the Mindfulness on the Medical Campus
Wellness & Self-Care Space: Can't make these times but still want to take a break and meditate? Visit our Wellness and Self-Care Space in the lower level of the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Room 22B. Please note that this room will not be available during CWML Renovations. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
When researchers consider where to submit an article, they often consider a journal’s impact factor. The impact factor is a measure of the frequency an average article has been cited in a particular year. However, some journals, such as those not indexed by Thompson Reuters’ Journal Citation Report (JCR), or journals with less than three years of publication, will not have an impact factor. Another option to view journal level impact is Scopus’s serials comparison tool lists the journals CiteScore, and various other journal metrics such as SNIP and SJR. In addition, Scopus can provide you with article-level information such as how many times an article has been cited by other articles.
You can access Scopus through the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library’s home page: http://library.medicine.yale.edu/
Winter Blues got you down? Try the HappyLight! The lamp is available for checkout at the circulation desk, for use within the library.
The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library is hosting a Book Swap from October 3rd to October
Bring a book, leave a book.....
This event is coordinated by the Library Staff Association (LiSA) as part of Yale Celebrate Sustainability week.
Finn the Therapy Dog will return this semester. Starting Friday, January 29th he will resume his regular schedule. Come take a break from 12pm-2pm and visit Finn and his friend Krista Knudson in the library foyer.
Note: Finn will be on vacation: February 12, March 11, 18, and 25.