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Academic Search Premier
Covers all academic and research disciplines in the sciences, social sciences and humanities in a collection of 8000+ journal titles. Citations and abstracts with some full text. Provided by the MUSC Library in partnership with PASCAL via EBSCO.
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CBRC - Computational Biology Resource Center
The Computational Biology Resource Center (CBRC) provides state-of-the-art computational infrastructure. MUSC scientists can now tackle complex biological problems using advanced computer algorithms to reveal new insights that will enhance research productivity and discovery. At the heart of the CBRC is a dedicated 16-node, 132 CPU computing cluster armed with a host of biological databases and applications for drug discovery, molecular modeling, structure determination and bioinformatics. The CBRC encourages broad use of the facility. Individuals interested in using the CBRC should contact Dr. Starr Hazard at hazards at musc dot edu.
Covers public health data including national health statistics. Mostly full text. Provided by the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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EBSCO Publishing Service Selection Page
Covers all aspects of computer science and technology. Mostly full text. Provided by the MUSC Library in partnership with Collegiate DISCUS, via EBSCO.
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Current Index to Statistics
Covers statistics and related fields. Citations and abstracts with some full text. A subset of the CSI database.
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Good Citations!
Covers latest information on clinical medicine and basic medical sciences. Citations and abstracts, links to full text via library holdings. Provided by the MUSC Library via Pubmed.
HSSR - Health Services and Sciences Research Resources
The HSRR database contains descriptions of research datasets, instruments/indices, and software applications that are frequently used in health services research and in the behavioral and social sciences. These research-oriented tools may be used to assess data variables and data collection methodologies.
JSTOR Backfiles
The Archives Collections are multi-disciplinary and discipline-specific collections that include complete runs of journals. These collections span across more than 50 disciplines of academic content.
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Library, Information Science & Technology (LISTA) (PASCAL)
Covers librarianship, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more. Coverage begins in the mid 1960s. Citations and abstracts only. Provided by the MUSC Library in partnership with Collegiate DISCUS via EBSCO.
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MEDLINE contains references to articles in the health science and biomedical journals published world-wide. Topics include clinical and experimental medicine, basic sciences as related to medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacology, psychiatry, public health and veterinary medicine. Biological and physical sciences, humanities and information science as related to medicine and health care are also included.
POPLINE (Population Information Online)
POPLINE (Population Information Online)is a bibliographic database about reproductive health. Subjects covered include family planning technology, family planning programs, fertility, population law and policy, demography, maternal and child health, adolescent reproductive health, aids and other sexually transmitted diseases, related reproductive health programs, women in development, men, primary health care communication, governance and democratization, population and environment, and environmental health.
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The PubMed service provides access to over 12 million MEDLINE citations and additional life sciences journals. The topic areas include medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, and the preclinical sciences. Covers 1948-present
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ScienceDirect provides a full-text database of more than 1000 scientific, technical & medical peer-reviewed journals. Fields covered include agricultural and biological sciences; arts and humanities; biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology; business, management and accounting; chemical engineering; chemistry; civil engineering; decision science; earth and planetary sciences; economics, econometrics and finance; energy and power; engineering and technology; environmental science; immunology and microbiology; materials science; mathematics; medicine; neuroscience; pharmacology, toxicology and pharmaceutics; physics and astronomy; psychology; and social science.