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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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F1000 Specialist of the Year 2014 by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine This is a cross-post from F1000Research, written by Eva Amsen. For the past few weeks, the F1000 Outreach Directors have looked at lists of all of your past activities to fi ... Read on »
Changing science culture: Nuffield Council on Bioethics by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Last week, F1000Research’s managing director, Rebecca Lawrence, attended a meeting with the Nuffield Council on Bioethics to discuss the culture of science research and the ... Read on »
Mice and museums by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Chilly mice: does it matter that rodents used as preclinical models for translational research are cold? http://t.co/Qk497pulvr — F1000 (@F1000) December 5, 2014 Save the mu ... Read on »
Dame Kay Davies on her lifetime’s work in Duchenne muscular dystrophy by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Recently, F1000 Publisher Kathleen Wets visited Dame Kay Davies in Oxford soon after she won the WISE Lifetime Achievement Award. The award celebrated her outstanding career ... Read on »
Physics is the alphabet, chemistry is the dictionary, biology is literature. by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine This week's most popular tweets on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
#F1000Talks: Personalized medicine tweet chat by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We'll be hosting another #F1000Talks live chat on Wednesday 3rd December, 1pm EST/6PM GMT. Join us to talk about personalized medicine! We'll be tweeting from @F1000 , usin ... Read on »
Sleep, cleanliness and order in disorder by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine You can be 'too clean': exposure to fewer microbes and more chemicals could explain the rise in allergic disease. http://t.co/R4u5urIEYv — F1000 (@F1000) November 26, 2014 R ... Read on »
Featured F1000Prime Report: developing tools for malaria surveillance. by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine From this month’s batch of F1000Prime Reports, the peer-reviewed open-access review series on emerging themes in biology and medicine, we thought we’d feature a report deali ... Read on »
SfN 2014 highlights by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine So that’s it! SfN is over and done with for another year. We’ve loved meeting all of you who visited our booth, we’ve given away F1000 and F1000Research #SfNswag and we had ... Read on »
Clocks, cardiac injury and losing control 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 »
Dame Kay Davies wins WISE Lifetime Achievement Award by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We are thrilled to congratulate Dame Kay Davies, F1000 International Advisory Board member, on being awarded the 2014 WISE Lifetime Achievement Award. WISE Awards celebrate ... Read on »
Clinical challenges in colon cancer: an interview with Heinz-Josef Lenz by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Heinz-Josef Lenz, Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine and Associate Director for Clinical Research at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, is one of the F10 ... Read on »
Atlases and antioxidants 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 »
Ebola collection: sharing critical information faster by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Beat Ebola with better research sharing, says the discoverer of virus. Continue reading → Read on »
Seeking the light and snails that smell 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 »
Denise Montell wins 2014 NIH Pioneer award by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Many congratulations to Cell Biology Section Head Denise Montell, who has been given a 2014 Pioneer award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The award recognizes ... Read on »
Faculty honoured amongst Institute of Medicine New Members 2014 by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recently elected 70 new members and 10 foreign fellows at their 44th annual meeting. I’m pleased to announce that a number of F1000 Faculty w ... Read on »
Allison Doupe by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It is with great sadness that we mark the passing away of Allison Doupe, Section Head of the Behavioral Neuroscience Section, last week. Allison was a much-respected and bel ... Read on »
Scratching the surface of itch and the benefits of broccoli 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 »
Halloween competition: gruesome papers by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine “This vampire bat knows when you are sleeping, and it knows that you are you” … so begins one of my favourite recommendations on F1000 of the more gruesome papers. In it, Fa ... Read on »