Student Staff Bio: Katee Wensinger

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Continuing the series of Student Staff Bios, we have the fabulous Katee Wensinger! Katee is brand new to the library and is learning fast. She likes to hike in the Summer, ski in the Winter, play outside with her dog Bella and explore Denver’s downtown with her boyfriend. Her favorite part of working at the Health Sciences library so far is getting to know more about the services the Health Sciences Library offers. “There are so many cool services that I never knew about, but will definitely take advantage of now.”

New Books and Media List

Greenfield’s surgery : scientific principles and practice
Theoretical nursing : development and progress
Nursing care plans : diagnoses, interventions, & outcomes
Cloherty and Stark’s manual of neonatal care
Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base physiology : a problem-based approach
Anatomy trains : myofascial meridians for manual and movement therapists
Targeting the broadly pathogenic kynurenine pathway
Evidence-based nursing : the research-practice connection
Handbook of contemporary Chinese pulse diagnosis
Stoned : a doctor’s case for medical marijuana
Mosby’s fundamentals of therapeutic massage
Atlas of Chinese tongue diagnosis
A census of Greek medical manuscripts : from Byzantium to the Renaissance
The treatment trap : how the overuse of medical care is wrecking your health and what you can do to prevent it
Prescription TV : therapeutic discourse in the hospital and at home
Hooked : ethics, the medical profession, and the pharmaceutical industry
Bittersweet : diabetes, insulin, and the transformation of illnessFixing men : sex, birth control, and AIDS in Mexico
Prozac on the couch : prescribing gender in the era of wonder drugs
Medicine and Western civilization
Into our own hands : the women’s health movement in the United States, 1969-1990

Embed the NCBI Sequence Viewer into Your Pages

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The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel introduces the Sequence Viewer embedding API. A few quick examples illustrate how easy it is to embed Sequence Viewer into your own pages.

Sequence Viewer is a graphical view of sequences and color-coded annotations on regions of sequences stored in the Nucleotide and Protein databases.

Subscribe to the NCBI YouTube channel to receive alerts about new videos ranging from quick tips to full webinar presentations.

5 Questions you can answer using Gene

The Gene resource from NCBI is a central hub for accessing nearly all molecular and literature resources for a particular gene. You can easily answer the most common questions and perform the most common tasks by starting in Gene.

In this webinar you will learn about the structure and contents of the Gene resource and how to use Gene to answer the following questions about a gene:

  • Where is the gene located (chromosome and position) in the genome assembly?
  • What are the Reference genomic, transcript and protein sequences for the gene?
  • What variations are present in the gene and are they associated with disease?
  • In what tissues and under what conditions is the gene expressed?
  • What are the equivalent genes (homologs) in other species?

Presenters:

Peter Cooper and Bonnie Maidak, NCBI

Class Details:

Mar 9, 2017

1:00PM – 2:00PM ET

Registration: https://nnlm.gov/class/five-questions-you-can-answer-using-ncbi-gene-database/7094

 

Art from the CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Community 2017

Come see this exhibit of art by members of the CU Anschutz community! On view in the library’s 3rd-floor gallery through March 31st. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the art (and artists) included. There are some great deals on art for your home or for a loved one!

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Guests admiring the show at the opening reception, January 26th, 2017

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While you are here we can swim in the sea, 21″x38″ & Gone with the wind, 11″x35.” Tapestry-soumak by Gina Clayton

 

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Defiance, 20″x30.” Photography by Kelsey Weigel

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Raven’s Wish, 6″x8.” Colored Pencil and ink by Barabara Sanchez

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Morning over the bells, 60″x40.” Photograph on acrylic by Kyle Kenyon

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New Zealand Glacier, 12″x14.” Oil on canvas by Alicia Vagts

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Grape Leaves, 9″x12.” Graphite on paper by Lilian Hoffecker

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Broken, 23″x35.” Acrylic, ink and pastel on yupo by SaraMarie Bottaro

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Ray of Hope, Moraine Park, and Arches National Park, all 11″x14.” Photographs by Trudy Boudreau

Come see this beautiful work, and many more pieces, in person at the Health Sciences Library!

 

ScienceDirect problems with Article Linker

UPDATE: ScienceDirect reports that they have fixed the problem. If you still encounter any problems, please contact the library.

ScienceDirect articles are having problems linking through Article Linker. Users are seeing this error message:

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Workaround #1: (on campus, within the campus network, or if off campus – using Google Scholar preferences to select HSL as your library) Click on the link to search Google Scholar:
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Next, click on the article title and NOT the Full text@Anschutz link or you will just circle back:

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Workaround #2: (either on or off campus) try to go to the journal and click down to your article:

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If you need assistance, please contact the library. ScienceDirect is working to correct this error and we will update this post with any news.

NCBI Minute Webinar: Finding Gene, Protein and Chemical Names, Aliases and Synonyms on February 8, 2017

NCBI staff will discuss the systems in the NCBI Gene and PubChem resources that identify and correlate various names used for genes, proteins, and chemicals.

Date and time: February 8, 2017 10:00 AM MT

To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6498213056303481858

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about attending the Webinar. After the live presentation, the Webinar will be uploaded to the NCBI YouTube channel. Any related materials will be accessible on the Webinars and Courses page.