Award Recipients from Our Region
The 2014 Award recipients for NLM Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH-funded Research Projects include members of our region: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/ep/InfoSplmnts.html#2014
Synaptic Basis of Perceptual Learning in Primary Auditory Cortex
New York University School of Medicine
Informationists: Theodora Bakker and Catherine Larson, NYU Health Sciences Library. They will create a process to add new data to supplement figures in new and existing publications; develop online interface for researcher communication and access to data; develop an online system to link and download data from published figures; and foster a consortium of researchers.
Multicultural Community Dementia Screening.
New York University
Informationists: Alice Graff and Joseph Nicolson, NYU Health Sciences Libraries. They will build a web-based input tool for data capture at point of collection; establish a generalizable data model and data dictionary to facilitate searching, sharing and expansion over time; and develop a web-based approach for sharing anonymized datasets to foster further research.
Cell Adhesion Molecules in Autism: A Whole-brain Study of Genetic Mouse Models
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Informationist: Matthew Covey, CSHL Library. He will implement a solution to automated organization/management retrieval and archiving of serial two-photon (STP) data; assist with management and integration of previously collected STP data; assist with identifying relevant resources; and develop a comprehensive reference management protocol for the team.