Himmelfarb Headlines - May / June 2019

Director's Desk

Congratulations to all of our hard-working students who will be graduating on May 19!  It has been a pleasure to work with you over the last year on your research, systematic reviews and culminating experiences.  We are proud of your accomplishments and happy to be able to document many of them in our institutional repository, the Health Sciences Research Commons.
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Himmelfarb Library Responds to B-Level Stacks Flood Event

Himmelfarb Library Responds to B-Level Stacks Flood EventIn early February, pipes supplying steam for heating in Ross Hall burst in the Himmelfarb basement level book stacks. Books directly beneath the pipes sustained water damage.
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Writing Support for Students, Residents - and FacultyWriting Support for Students, Residents - and Faculty

Do your students or residents need writing support for their papers and articles? Do you need input and feedback on a paper or grant proposal?
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3D Printing @ Himmelfarb3D Printing @ Himmelfarb

Thanks to a grant from the GW Hospital Women’s Board, Himmelfarb Library has launched a 3D Printing service. In December 2018, Himmelfarb patrons began submitting 3D files for printing. Faculty and students utilized the new service to print a variety of objects including skulls, brains, and even parts for a prosthetic hand and arm! Depending on the object’s density and size, individual print jobs took from two to twenty-two hours to print.
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Get Published: BMJ Case ReportsGet Published: BMJ Case Reports

BMJ Case Reports publishes cases that provide valuable clinical lessons in all medical disciplines. Himmelfarb Library has provided an institutional fellowship to BMJ Case Reports since 2013.
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What's New at HimmelfarbWhat's New at Himmelfarb Library

The LWW Health Library: Board Review Series is now available! Search, browse, and study 10 core textbooks from Wolters Kluwer to prepare for USMLE 1. Access self assessment tools, including 5,000 multiple choice Q&A questions. Students can track their performance.
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Staff Spotlight, Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Publishing LibrarianStaff Spotlight - Introducing Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Publishing Librarian

Learn more about Himmelfarb Library staff members. In this issue we learn more about Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Publishing Librarian.
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Faculty Profile - Interview with Ashley Darcy-Mahoney, Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of Infant ResearchFaculty Profile - Interview with Ashley Darcy-Mahoney, Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of Infant Research

Himmelfarb Library continues this feature in our newsletter that lets us become better acquainted with our friends and colleagues at the George Washington University. In this issue, we learn more about Ashley Darcy-Mahoney, Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of Infant Research at GW’s Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute.
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Student Profile, Leeann Kuehn, a medical studentStudent Spotlight - Meet Jackie Omorodion, a medical student

This feature lets us become better acquainted with the students that use the Himmelfarb library resources on a daily basis. Meet Jackie Omorodion, a medical student.
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