2013 Members' Publications
Banick, C. (2013). Personal health records: A look at My Health e Vet. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 13(2), 142-9.
Barr, D. (2013). Bioluminescence: An adventure in learning and outreach. Presented at: 39th International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (AMSLIC). Dania Beach, FL. Oct. 20-24.
Bronars, L. (2013). Reviews of science for science librarians: Best botany and plant science books 2008-2012. Science & Technology Libraries, 32(3), 123-36.
Chojnacki, B., & White, R. F. (2013). The BRCA gene patents: Arguments over patentability and social utility. World Medical & Health Policy, 5(3), 276-300. DOI: 10.1002/wmh3.54
Dawson, P. (2013). Creating online tutorials: A way to embed research instruction into distance learning and traditional classes. Presented at: European Conference on Information Literacy. Istanbul, Turkey. Oct. 22-25.
Dawson, P. (2013). Exploring assessment based pedagogies for helping students learn information literacy skills. Presented at: European Conference on Information Literacy. Istanbul, Turkey. Oct. 22-25.
Hsieh, M., Dawson, P., & Carlin, M. (2013). What five minutes in the classroom can do to uncover the basic information literacy skills of your college students: A multiyear assessment study. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 8(3), 34-57. http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/article/view/19065
Dean, E., & Williams, M. (2013). Getting started with electronic reference statistics: Case studies and best practices for collection and analysis. Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice, 1(2), 135-148. DOI:10.5195/palrap.2013.16
Donahue, A., & Feathersone, R.M. (2013). New roles for hospital librarians: A benchmarking survey of disaster management activities. JMLA, 101(4), 315-18. DOI: 10.3163/1536-5050.101.4.014:315
Donahue, A. (2013). Internet resources: Medical education. MLA News, 53(8), online.
Blackwelder, M., Donahue, A., Handel, P., Hanus, K., Sieracki, R., Suelzer, E., & VonRuden, A. (2013). Tackling a large scale h-index project: Calculating h-indices using a team approach. Poster presented at: Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, East Peoria, IL. Oct. 4-8.
Donahue, A. (2013). Technology in disaster planning/emergency management. Invited speaker: Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, East Peoria, IL. Oct. 4-8.
Donahue, A. (2013). New librarian roles and services. Lightening Round speaker “Health Information Practice Summit.” at: Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, East Peoria, IL. Oct. 4-8.
Duggar, D. C., & Tudor, C. (2013). Promoting the environmental health student portal through school science teachers and librarians. Presented at: South Central Chapter-Medical Library Association Annual Meeting. Fort Worth, TX. Oct. 29.
Duggar, D. C., Craig, P., Dobbins, M., Tarver, T., & Tudor, C. (2013). Are we prepared? Our first steps in promoting disaster preparedness in northwest Louisiana through the public libraries. Presented at: South Central Chapter-Medical Library Association Annual Meeting. Fort Worth, TX. Oct. 29.
Rader, R.A. (2013). An analysis of the U.S. biosimilars development pipeline and likely market evolution. BioProcess International, 11(S6), 16-23.
Langer, E. S., & Rader, R.A. (2013). Introduction to continuous manufacturing: technology landscape and trends. In: Continuous bioprocessing: Current practice and future potential (3-8). Refine Technology.
Rader, R.A. (2013). The biosimilars pipeline and U.S. market evolution: A 2013 assessment. In: Biopharmaceutical R&D Statistical Sourcebook 2013/2014 (113-6). Parexel.
Rader, R.A. (2013). FDA biopharmaceutical approvals and trends in 2012: Up from 2011, but innovation and impact are limited. BioProcess International, 11(3), 18-26.
Stankus, T. (2013). Profiles in science for science librarians: Anthony S. Fauci, M.D. Science & Technology Libraries, 32(3), 211-233. DOI:10.1080/0194262X.2013.822255
Stankus, T. (2013). Reviews of science for science librarians: Eating small pelagic fish vs. using them to produce fishmeal and fish oil for aquaculture and livestock feed: A controversy of interest to librarians serving the marine and food sciences. Science & Technology Libraries, 32(1), 45–67. DOI: 10.1080/0194262X.2013.763648
Rev. April 2014