80 Works

Celebrating African-American Graduates of the Medical School

Ronald H Sims
Article prepared for the Galter Library's website during Black History Month that features African American graduates of Northwestern University's Medical School.

Dermatology at Northwestern: A History

Ronald H Sims
One of a series of articles prepared for the Galter Library's website about the history of Northwestern University's medical school, its departments, and notable persons. A related presentation was made by Ronald H. Sims to the department and its residents: Pictorial History of Dermatology at Northwestern University on July 2010, Chicago, IL.

Lasting Legacy: How One Faculty Member's Research Lives On (A)

Ramune Karolina Kubilius, Karen E Gutzman & Corinne Holden Miller
Article written for Galter Health Sciences Library's website in May 2017 that was also featured in a "Galter Library connection" column, entitled "A Lasting Legacy: Research Continues to Inform Practices for Many Years" on p.10 of the May 2017 issue of "Breakthroughs", published by the Feinberg School of Medicine Research Office (Northwestern University).

Using REDCap for Data Capture in Clinical Studies: Database Management on a Budget

Jody Dyan Ciolino

Clusters of CTS

Kristi Holmes, Ehsan Mohammadi, Karen E Gutzman & Pamela L Shaw
In a preliminary assessment of the CTS literature, natural language processing techniques were used to create a term co-occurrence network based on publications citing CTSA U54 awards through 2016. Relevant and non-relevant terms were distinguished algorithmically to yield a list of over 2K most-frequently occurring terms.

Scientific writing seminar series. Back to basics

Patty Lauren Smith

Celebrating Cultural Diversity at the Medical School

Ronald H Sims

Workshop Evaluation Form

Karen E Gutzman

Enhancing the Visibility and Dissemination of Research

Karen E Gutzman
This presentation was given as part of an invited panel for the American Library Association 2017 Annual Conference on Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 8:30 am - 10:00 am. The panel session was hosted by ACRL units: Education and Behavioral Sciences Section, University Libraries Section, and Research and Scholarly Environment Committee. The panel session was titled: Impactful Partnerships: Navigating the Evolving Scholarly Communication Landscape with Faculty. Those involved were Nicky Agate, Rachel Borchardt, and Karen...

Dissemination, Impact and Access Workshop Schedule

Karen E Gutzman

Does COUNTER tell the whole story? Case-by-case examples demonstrating the limitations of COUNTER, and suggestions for alternative evaluation metrics

Jonathan P Shank
PowerPoint slides and notes from a talk given at the 2017 CARLI Spring Forum on Collections Data Analysis and Maintenance, held at Governors State University.

Amputation of the Leg: a Brief History of the Surgery with Emphasis on the War of the Rebellion

Ronald H Sims

Using REDCap for data in clinical trials : database management on a budget

Jody Dyan Ciolino, Hannah Louks Palac, Amy Yang & Firas Hazem Wehbe
These files contain (1) a checklist of items to consider before moving a clinical database from development mode to production mode in REDCap, and (2) a set of tutorial slides illustrating basic and some advanced REDCap features presented at an international conference (The Society for Clinical Trials 2017 meeting).

Keeping up with Demand: Doing NIH Biosketch Support

Karen E Gutzman & Pamela L Shaw
Lightning talk presentation for the Medical Library Association annual conference in May, 2017. Describes the rapid success of a library-based NIH biosketch consultation service.

Relative Citation Ratio and iCite Tool

Karen E Gutzman & Patty Lauren Smith
This presentation is given upon request by the Galter Library Metrics and Impact Core.

Switching nanofibers

Ronit Freeman & Mark Trosper McClendon
This image originally appeared as part of Northwestern's Scientific Images Contest. The contest and subsequent exhibitions are organized by Science in Society, the university's research center for science education and public engagement. Further information and opportunities to participate are available on their website. Prints and canvas editions of these Northwestern research images can also be purchased online (with the small net profit going to science education and outreach programming in the Chicago area).

Accidental beauty

Alexandra Edelbrock
This image originally appeared as part of Northwestern's Scientific Images Contest. The contest and subsequent exhibitions are organized by Science in Society, the university's research center for science education and public engagement. Further information and opportunities to participate are available on their website. Prints and canvas editions of these Northwestern research images can also be purchased online (with the small net profit going to science education and outreach programming in the Chicago area).

CCH Intake & Tracking - Project Details

Grisel Marie Robles-Schrader

CCH Consult Satisfaction Survey

Grisel Marie Robles-Schrader

CCH Intake & Tracking - Consult Outcomes Form

Grisel Marie Robles-Schrader

The Impact of Other Factors: Confounding, Mediation, and Effect Modification

Amy Yang

3-D printed copper or air?

Adam Edward Jakus
This image originally appeared as part of Northwestern's Scientific Images Contest. The contest and subsequent exhibitions are organized by Science in Society, the university's research center for science education and public engagement. Further information and opportunities to participate are available on their website. Prints and canvas editions of these Northwestern research images can also be purchased online (with the small net profit going to science education and outreach programming in the Chicago area).

Black hole encounter

Aaron M Geller
This image originally appeared as part of Northwestern's Scientific Images Contest. The contest and subsequent exhibitions are organized by Science in Society, the university's research center for science education and public engagement. Further information and opportunities to participate are available on their website. Prints and canvas editions of these Northwestern research images can also be purchased online (with the small net profit going to science education and outreach programming in the Chicago area).

Collaborating Within the Library: Bringing History and Impact to the Forefront

Ramune Karolina Kubilius

Dissemination and Outreach Overview

Karen E Gutzman

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