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Graduate Student Orientation to Biomedical Engineering 2018-2019: Miscellaneous Resources


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Miscellaneous Resources

ANALYTICAL TOOLS - ISI Journal Citation Reports (JCR) for Science and Social Sciences - online from 1999 but tables include additional years of data through the most recent year
 
BUSINESS RESOURCES - There are many resources that contain information about business and entrepreneurial strategies in biomedical engineering and product development.  The marketing trends, business cycles and company information, business news and investment opportunities are noted on the Business & Management Subject Pages.
 
MEDICAL RESOURCES - The clinical collection is at the Grunigen Medical Library but the Science Library has the largest medical collection.  Please consult the Medical Subject Guide.
 
REFERENCE ASSISTANCE - Besides contacting the Engineering Librarian, you can visit the Langson Library Reference Desk (hours), engage in eMail reference or LIVE CHAT, or schedule a research consultation by using the Ask-a-Librarian Service.

Bibliographic Management Software

BIBLIOGRAPHIC MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE - allows you to discover, find, manage, recall and apply the citations you retrieve from all formats of work - journal articles, book chapters, edited volumes, standards, specifications, patents, conference papers & proceedings, lectures, etc. Neither Zotero nor EndNote support BibTeX or LaTeX, only the usual wordprocessing languages or Legal Style Manual.  For additional information, please visit the Bibliographic Management Software page.

About Dissertation Preparation at UCI

You may not be ready to consider your dissertation right away, but it should not be far from your thinking.  By the end of the second year you will begin working closely with a faculty advisor and formulating your research topic.  It is smart to think about the final product from the onset, so as to learn how you will format it and prepare the document so that the writing, revisions, and updating can take place easily and seamlessly.  There are many documents to direct you in this endeavor and some beginning resources include the UCI Thesis and Dissertation Manual

Liaison Librarian

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Julia Gelfand
Contact:
Office: Science Library 228

Phone: 949-824-4971

EMail: jgelfand@uci.edu