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Gear Up!

Gear Up! February 28, 2014

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Do You Do Research?

Come to the “Gear Up!” event and build your research toolkit!

  • Meet the people who can support your research; bring your questions to ask the experts.
  • Get to know the software, tools, resources, and services available for your research.

When: Friday, February 28, 2014
11:00am-1:00pm
Location:  DHMC, Auditorium F

Drop by ANY time during the event and learn about these and more:

  • RAPPORT – research administrative system
  • PIVOT – the grants database
  • DMPTool – data management plan tool
  • BrowZine – journal browsing app
  • Data for Health Policy Analysis: World Development Indicators, Social Explorer for U.S. Census Data, CDC Wonder
  • Reference managers, e.g., Zotero, Mendeley and RefWorks
  • Synergy: The Dartmouth Clinical and Translational Science Institute
  • Computational resources: servers, clusters, and virtual machines
  • RStor – secure file storage for research data
  • Support for statistical and math packages
  • Code development, optimizing, and debugging services
  • Funding for open access publishing
  • Synergy: Biomedical Informatics Core, eagle-i, REDCap
  • Dartmouth Life Sciences Shared Resources
  • Copyright and Creative Commons
  • Text and data mining-getting APIs
  • Research and productivity apps
  • Measuring your research impact (e.g., impact factors)
  • Conflict of Interest: online disclosure system and College policy
  • CTO: Ensure fiscal and regulatory compliance in clinical trials
  • Find out about Material Transfer Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements and Invention Disclosures
  • CPHS: Understanding of human subjects research, including federal regulations, ethical standards, and IRB review process
  • Center for Program Design and Evaluation: provides research and consulting in program design, evaluation, needs assessment, and more
  • Get answers to your invention and patent related questions
  • Books from the Dartmouth College Library on statistics, writing for publication, presenting your research, and planning your career.
  • And more!

 

SPONSORED BY THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY & BIOMEDICAL LIBRARIES

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