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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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Interview with tomorrow’s #F1000talks host Kirsten Lee by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine F1000 Specialist Kirsten Lee is the host of our next #F1000talks tweetchat, which takes place tomorrow (Wednesday April 15), 1 PM EST/6 PM GMT on the @F1000 channel. Here we ... Read on »
EB2015: our highlights by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We had a lot of fun attending #EB2015 in Boston. We met many old friends and made firm new ones, including #EBmouse. Here are our highlights from the conference… [View the s ... Read on »
Hollywood & the environment, exodus of the exosomes, and feeding time… by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
#F1000talks: Social media and biomedical science by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine F1000 Specialist Kirsten KyungWha Lee will be hosting the #F1000talks tweet chat on @F1000 next week. Kirsten is a neuroscientist at the City University of New York, curre ... Read on »
HIV’s hand, fresh blood and processed food: the F1000 Easter round up by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
FM of the Year and Outstanding FM of the Year awards 2014 by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine April is F1000 awards season: yesterday we announced the winners of the AFM Travel Grants, and today, we are thrilled to announce the winners of the ‘Faculty Member of the Y ... Read on »
AFM Travel Grant 2014 winners! by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It’s F1000 award season once again, and up first are the winners of the 2014 AFM travel grants – a chance for us to show our appreciation for the invaluable contributions of ... Read on »
Tourism/conservation link, evolving favoritism, and diet vs lungs by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
Head transplants, leptin and bone diseases, and HIV breakthrough: the F1000 round up by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
Gillian Murphy by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Gillian Murphy is professor emeritus of cancer cell biology at Cambridge University. She visited F1000 Publisher Kathleen Wets at the F1000 offices last week. In this video, ... Read on »
Dirty laundry, transmitting traits, and root awakenings by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
Plants and politics, alien/invasive species and culturing the unculturable by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The trending article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
Talk to your librarian by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine “Talk to your librarian.” It’s remarkable how often I have to use this sentence, considering I don’t work with books, don’t work in academia anymore, and rarely set foot in ... Read on »
Translating the editor: using genome editing tools to develop therapeutics by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Associate Faculty Member and F1000 Specialist Jeffrey Hannah recently attended the New York Academy of Sciences meeting on Harnessing the potential of genome editing for dru ... Read on »
We’re coming to Boston! by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We'll be at EB 2015 AND we're holding a Boston meet-up! Continue reading → Read on »
Bruce Alberts wins 2014 AAAS Hauge Abelson prize by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Bruce Alberts, a member of F1000’s International Advisory Board, has received the 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Hauge Abelson prize. Albert ... Read on »
Smoking and span, successful submissions and cellular self control by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The most popular article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »
David Tilman takes BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine David Tilman, Community Ecology & Biodiversity Section Head in the Ecology Faculty, has taken the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Ecology and Conservation Bi ... Read on »
Philippa Marrack wins 2015 Wolf Prize by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We are pleased to be able to say that Immunology Head of Faculty Philippa Marrack has jointly won the 2015 Wolf Prize in Medicine – a prestigious prize that recognises scien ... Read on »
Foxes, second-hand smoke and ABC transporters – the F1000 weekly round up by f1000 Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The most popular article recommendations on the @F1000 feed this week, as well as other interesting picks from around Twitter. Continue reading → Read on »