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Archive for February, 2014

Bugs Rule!: An Introduction to the World of Insects
Dana Library
QL463 .C77 2013
bugs-rule

Epidemiology of Chronic Disease: Global Perspectives
Dana Library
RA644.5 .H37 2013
epidemiology

Public Health Entomology
Dana Library
RA639.5 .G63 2013
public-health

Understanding Microbes: An Introduction to a Small World
Dana Library
QR41.2 .D35 2013
microbes


Handbook of Physical Measurements

Matthews-Fuller Library
QM28 .H23 2013
physical

Sleep and Movement Disorders
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC547 .S518 2013
sleep

The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult
Matthews-Fuller Library
RJ48 .A15 2012
pediatric

Egan’s Fundamentals of Respiratory Care
Matthews-Fuller Library
RM161 .E37 2013
egans

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Judith Lerner paintingPlease stop by the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library on the 5th floor of DHMC (right above the Main Entrance) to see Judith’s work.

About Judith Lerner:

Judith is a colorist, exploring shapes formed by shadows and light, threading colors on their way from the gaudy to refinement.  Her perception of the richly patterned countryside focuses on a continuing investigation of the colors in nature and the seasonal changes, always filtered through imagination and memory.

As a landscape painter, her technique in gouache presents broad vistas as well as details, using her immediate environment of the Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and travels.

Though best known for landscapes, she also produces paintings of botanicals each summer – a series of lotus dancing, roadside wildflowers, and garden flowers.

She has been a printmaker, an art director and designer of record album covers, and a book illustrator.

She received her BFA from the University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, and completed graduate work in Classical Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Her paintings and prints have been the subject of many solo gallery and group exhibitions in New York, Boston, New England, Washington, D.C., and London; and her paintings have been represented in the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies program.

Lerner is represented in public, private and corporate collections including the De Cordova Museum, the First National Bank of Boston (Bank of America), the Philadelphia Print Club (The Print Center), the New Hampshire State House, and the Fletcher Allen Health Care Hospital in Burlington, Vermont.

The Seasons, a four panel mural series of Vermont landscapes, was commissioned by the Vermont Council on the Arts, and is installed in the Franklin County Courthouse in St. Albans, Vermont.

Lerner moved to Lyme, NH in 1971 and joined the beginnings of AVA Gallery in 1973.

Work can be seen in the studio by appointment, on the website, and during Open Studios throughout the Summer and Fall seasons, and as currently represented by Burlington City Arts.

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gearsDo You Do Research?
Come to the “Gear Up!” event and build your research toolkit!

Click here for the Gear Up website and more information.

  • Meet the people who can support your research; bring your questions to ask the experts.
  • Get to know the software, tools, resources, and services available for your research.

When: Friday, February 28, 2014, 11:00AM – 1:00PM
Location:  DHMC, Auditorium F

Drop by ANY time during the event and learn about these and more:

  • RAPPORT – research administrative system
  • PIVOT – the grants database
  • DMPTool – data management planning tool
  • BrowZine – journal browsing app
  • Reference managers, e.g., Zotero, Mendeley and RefWorks
  • Data for Health Policy Analysis: World Development Indicators, Social Explorer for U.S. Census Data, CDC Wonder
  • Synergy: The Dartmouth Clinical and Translational Science Institute
  • Computational resources: servers, clusters, and virtual machines
  • RStor – secure file storage for research data
  • Support for statistical and math packages
  • Code development, optimizing, and debugging services
  • Funding for open access publishing
  • Synergy: Biomedical Informatics Core, eagle-i, REDCap
  • Dartmouth Life Sciences Shared Resources
  • Copyright and Creative Commons
  • Text and data mining-getting APIs
  • Research and productivity apps
  • Measuring your research impact (e.g., impact factors)
  • Conflict of Interest: online disclosure system and College policy
  • CTO: Ensure fiscal and regulatory compliance in clinical trials
  • Find out about Material Transfer Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements and Invention Disclosures
  • CPHS: Understanding of human subjects research, including federal regulations, ethical standards, and IRB review process
  • Center for Program Design and Evaluation: provides research and consulting in program design, evaluation, needs assessment, and more
  • Get answers to your invention and patent related questions
  • Books from the Dartmouth College Library on statistics, writing for publication, presenting your research, and planning your career
  • And more!

SPONSORED BY THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY & BIOMEDICAL LIBRARIES

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RefWorks LogoOn February 15, 2014 RefWorks will make improvements to its internal systems to accommodate a growing number of users and reduce the need for future downtime.

An eight hour (8) maintenance window is needed to perform these enhancements, lasting from 3:00 UTC through 11:00 UTC.

During this time period RefWorks users can expect sporadic availability, including short periods of complete downtime. We anticipate that access issues and possible functionality problems will last anywhere from 3 to 15 minutes. If you experience issues with RefWorks during this maintenance window we recommend that you close your browser session, and return to RefWorks at a later time.

See below for a more complete list of times and time zones.

  • Eastern Time: Saturday, February 15 at 10:00 PM for eight (8) hours

ProQuest RefWorks welcomes customer feedback. Please email your comments to refworks.support@proquest.com or visit www.proquest.com/go/suggestions.

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