Biomedical Resources Browse by Title: R
Curated research guide with library tools and databases for radiology and biomedical imaging.
Read by QxMD is a web and mobile application that provides full text access to institutional journals subscriptions via the iPad, iPhone, Android, and web-enabled desktop.
Available through the Apple App Store or the Android Play Store. Download the app and create an account. Once you are logged in on the mobile, go to Settings and select 'Yale' as your institution.
RefWorks enables users to create their own personal research database of citations to books, journal articles, and web pages, by importing references from online databases. They can use these references in writing their papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography.
Citations imported into RefWorks will display with Yale links. These links will lead to electronic full text (when available) along with other library services, such as Interlibrary Loan. RefShare allows users to easily share a folder of RefWorks citations with others at Yale University. Users will be able to read, print and export these references to their own RefWorks database.
RefWorks users who are no longer affiliated with Yale may need to provide a group code; contact your librarian to obtain the code.
Reprotox contains summaries of the effects of medication, chemicals, infections, and physical agents on pregnancy, reproduction, and development. This resource is intended for clinicians, scientists, and government agencies.
ResearchIT CT (formerly known as iConn) is part of the Connecticut Education Network. It provides access to a wide selection of information databases and other electronic resources such as InfoTrac One File, General Reference Center GOLD, Expanded Academic Index, Business & Company Resource Center, and Health & Wellness Resource Center, to support the educational, cultural, personal and economic interests of Connecticut citizens.