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Louden, Diana  

Last Updated: Jul 31, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Your Library Liaison

Ways I can help you:

  • Setting up current awareness alerts for you, your lab, or department
  • Providing search assistance for PubMed, Embase, Web of Science, SciVal,, & other databases
  • Locating funding opportunities
  • Suggesting strategies for identifying collaborators, or mentors
  • Finding molecular biology or genetics information in NCBI databases
  • Providing an introduction to nucleotide and amino acid searching with BLAST
  • Creating a subject guide or web page of key resources for a class or special project
  • Helping you with citation management tools like EndNote
  • Teaching a workshop tailored to your group's needs
  • Discussing your suggestions for ebook, journal, or database subscriptions
  • Helping you with NIH public access or data management questions
  • Tracking down difficult-to-find information -- I love a challenge!

Contact me by email or phone.  I look forward to working with you.


Share Your Experience with Research Data Management

Do you generate or analyze scientific or clinical research data?   We'd like to learn from your experience. 

Here's a chance to tell your story about a mishap or triumph with storing, organizing, sharing, or analyzing your research data. 

Click HERE to anonymously share your experience.

Biomedical Research News

  • SciENcv: new tool for efficiently generating NIH biosketches
    o The NIH is offering a new tool in your PubMed My NCBI account that lets you efficiently generate your biosketch.
    o Set up your SciENcv profile using the steps in this guide.
  • Computational Biology Online Course Catalog by David B Searls
    o Catalog of recommended online courses, tutorials, and books for people wishing to expand their knowledge of bioinformatics and computational biology.
    o Courses are organized into eleven subject areas: Mathematics, Computer Science, Data Science, Chemistry, Biology, Computational Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Systems Biology, Neurosciences, Translational Sciences, and Humanities.
    o Recommendations accompanied by commentary and career advice.

Explore the New Biomedical Sciences Toolkit

UW HSL has launched a new Biomedical Sciences Toolkit, a portal for resources and research strategies for people working in the biomedical sciences.  Start here for:

Contact Your Librarian

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Diana Louden
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Biomedical & Translational Sciences Librarian
Health Sciences Libraries
University of Washington
Box 357155
Seattle, WA 98195-7155

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New Guide to Lab Protocols & Resources

Check out this new guide to help you locate protocols and lab supplies.

What kinds of information resources would you like help finding & using?  Feel free to email me.

  • Lab Protocols & Resources
    Lab protocols, e-books on lab techniques, sources of reagents, open-source LIMS, and safety information (including MSDS) for health sciences lab researchers.
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