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This is the blog for Faculty of 1000, which provides learned commentary on the biomedical literature: 'post-publication peer review.' We are looking at how best to serve researchers and clinicians as they navigate the jungle of published papers This blog is run by our Information Architect,... Full Bio
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Easter F1000 Twitter round up by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine A round-up of the most popular tweets on @F1000 this week, as well as other choice picks from the Twittersphere. Continue reading → Read on »
Announcing a plethora of F1000Prime award winners by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We are delighted, once again, to be able to announce the winners of our annual ‘Faculty Member of the Year’ and ‘Associate Faculty Member Travel Grant’ awards. In addition, ... Read on »
Video tips: Get familiar with your F1000Prime homepage by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine This is the first in a short series of video demonstrations of major features of F1000Prime. If you can’t wait for the next blog post, take a look at all our recorded demons ... Read on »
Stephen Udem by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It is with great sadness that we note the death of Pharmacology & Drug Discovery Faculty Member Stephen A. Udem. Stephen joined F1000Prime in 2010. A native New Yorker, he w ... Read on »
F1000Prime most influential: Oncology by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine While more than 18,000 cancer researchers are gathered in San Diego for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) meeting this week, we’re highlighting the most in ... Read on »
Are we all done with citations? by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The most comprehensive analysis to date finds that F1000Prime-recommended articles receive more citations compared to other articles, and that a higher F1000Prime score is a ... Read on »
How the stem cell acid trip went bad by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Those who follow life sciences won’t have failed to pick up on the impact and controversy of two particular papers appearing in Nature at the end of January. The STAP (stimu ... Read on »
F1000 Cambridge (UK) community meet-up – thanks for attending! by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Last Wednesday 26th March, F1000 invited local life scientists and clinicians to Cambridge’s Baroosh for an evening of talking publishing and science, as well as to learn h ... Read on »
The Lurie Prize in the Biomedical Sciences 2014 by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The Lurie Prize in the Biomedical Sciences is an annual prize awarded by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH), designed to honour outstanding achievem ... Read on »
Psychosis and phagocytosis by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Here are this week's most popular tweets on the @F1000 feed, as well as some other interesting picks from the rest of Twitter... Continue reading → Read on »
Interview with the Faculty: Pamela Stanley by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine This is a guest post from Yan Zheng, an F1000Specialist. Yan graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with a PhD in the Biomedical Sciences. Currently, Yan is doin ... Read on »
Controversial conservation and death-delaying biomarkers by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Marvier vs. Soulé on maximizing biodiversity outcomes: conservationists, whose side are you on? http://t.co/4jdPxzndct — F1000Prime (@F1000) March 19, 2014 Staying one step ... Read on »
Budgeting education, science and innovation in the UK by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Following yesterday’s UK budget announcement by Chancellor George Osborne, we look at the implications for UK life scientists and those thinking of embarking on a PhD. Conti ... Read on »
The F1000 community meet up in Cambridge, MA by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Last week, the US F1000 outreach team headed to Boston, Massachusetts, for a busy week of talks and meetings. We had a lot of fun, particularly at the Boston F1000 community ... Read on »
In Cambridge on March 26th? So are F1000 – join us! by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Next Wednesday (March 26th) F1000 arrive in Cambridge for the next F1000 Meetup. This event is open to all life science researchers and clinicians in the Cambridge area. If ... Read on »
F1000Prime most influential: Critical Care & Emergency Medicine by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine In the second in our series of F1000Prime most influential articles we present the top-ranking articles in Critical Care & Emergency Medicine in 2013 and speak to a global i ... Read on »
The Brain Prize 2014 by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We’re thrilled to be able to congratulate Trevor Robbins, Section Head for Behavioral Neuroscience at F1000Prime, on being awarded the prestigious ‘Brain Prize’. The Brain P ... Read on »
Peanuts and paleontologists by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Here are the week's most popular recommendations from @F1000 , as well as some other interesting Tweets we spotted... Continue reading → Read on »
More reviews of post-publication peer review by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine “Do you know any online resource which captures specialists’ knowledge and makes it available to the wide audience of researchers? I do, it’s called Faculty of 1000.” – Yuli ... Read on »
More fat, cooler cooking, and fewer antioxidants by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine To reduce obesity… eat more fat? A high dairy fat intake is associated with less central obesity. http://t.co/919aRGKgYs — F1000Prime (@F1000) March 6, 2014 ... Read on »