New Service! CTSC Research Librarian Available to Assist with Scholarly Research

The CTSC research librarian, Lyubov Tmanova, MLIS, MS, DVM, is available through the CTSC to assist investigators in gathering preliminary study information from peer-reviewed databases. The CTSC research librarian offers one-on-one consultation as well as weekly office hours. Training and research support in biomedical informatics are also offered.

Services Include:
Research Development Support
Comprehensive literature and database searching
Translational, comparative-effectiveness and community research resources
Research and teaching portfolio
Biomolecular data discovery
Systematic review support

Publishing support
Custom journal recommendations and impact factors
Manuscript guidelines and standards
Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights
NIH Public Access Policy compliance

Education Support
Discipline-specific educational resources
Student-focused information resources assistance and training
Information literacy

Classes and consultations
Customized consultations on biomedical informatics research databases, NCBI resources, searching citation databases, bibliographic management tools, publishing, presenting, and biomedical writing
You can request one-on-one consultations on biomedical informatics research databases, NCBI resources, searching citation databases, bibliographic management tools, publishing, presenting, and biomedical writing by contacting Lyubov directly or visiting during office hours.

Lyubov Tmanova, MLIS, MS, DVM
CTSC Research Librarian
Office Hours:
Wednesdays 1-3pm
407 E. 61st St., 2nd Floor
Email: lyt2002@med.cornell.edu
Phone: (646) 962-2555
Website: http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/services_and_resources/wcmc_library.html

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