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 Elsevier launches OA journal – Physics Open
Elsevier, the global information analytics business specialising in science and health, is launching a novel broad scope open access journal, covering all areas of physics and related interdisciplinary areas – be that fundamental or applied. With multiple points of submission, authors will access a novel editorial model with experienced editors, ensuring their paper is published swiftly with a maximum of visibility through the gold open access route. The journal is open for submissions as of May 21, 2019.
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 ConTech Forum scheduled for June 21 in London
An international audience is set to attend the brand new ConTech Forum in London next month. The Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Bulgaria, India, US, Israel, France and the UK are all represented so far. The programme tackles the impact of AI, machine learning, data science and other emerging technologies on your content creation, dissemination and consumption.
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 SAE International brings together public and private partners to address mobility data-sharing principles
SAE International®, a global mobility standards developer, has announced plans to form a consortium to develop a framework of best practices to support effective and secure mobility data sharing. This new consortium will fill a critical need by providing a collaborative model that can evolve and augment existing data-sharing frameworks. It will develop standardized data definitions and metrics as well as best practices to ensure appropriate safeguards of highly sensitive geolocation and personal data of users shared between shared mobility operators and cities.
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 4open announces new special issue – Mathematical Models
4open, a multi-disciplinary Open Access journal, has announced the new special issue ‘Mathematical Models’, guest edited by Dr. Fernanda Ferreira and Dr. Flávio Ferreira. This special issue follows the 16th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM 2018) where, as part of a special collaborative issue, 4open welcomed submissions developed from research presented at this conference.
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 McGraw-Hill and Alchemie to co-develop mobile AR learning tools for general chemistry courses
McGraw-Hill has announced a new collaboration with Alchemie, a Troy, Michigan-based educational technology startup, on a National Science Foundation grant to research the development of three-dimensional (3D) and augmented reality (AR) learning tools for teaching college-level general chemistry. Over the next year, a team of McGraw-Hill authors, along with McGraw-Hill instructional designers and product managers will work with the Alchemie team to co-develop and test mobile AR tools for the general chemistry curriculum.
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 CCC to host Boston Apache Spark User Group Meetup at its Danvers headquarters
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, is sponsoring and hosting the Boston Apache Spark User Group Meetup, to be held on May 30, 2019 at its Danvers headquarters. The Boston Apache Spark User Group is open to technology professionals in the Greater Boston area interested in Apache Spark – what it is, what it does, and what other people are doing with it.
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 Clarivate Analytics’ Executive Chairman Jerre Stead will expand his role and become CEO
Clarivate Analytics Plc, a global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, has announced that Executive Chairman Jerre Stead has agreed to expand his role at the company and become Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective June 30. As CEO, Jerre will focus on accelerating growth and profitability for Clarivate. Jay Nadler will transition from his role as CEO and member of Clarivate’s board of directors at the end of the second quarter and will serve as an advisor to the company through year-end.
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 ARL comments on RA21 proposal for access to licensed information resources
On April 17, 2019, the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) issued a call for public comments on a draft recommended practice for improving access to institutionally provided information resources. The draft is based on findings from the RA21: Resource Access for the 21st Century initiative and provides recommendations for using federated identity as an access model and for improving the federated authentication user experience. The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has offered its comments on the proposal, based on input from member representatives and broader engagement within the community.
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 SAGE Publishing to publish the Journal of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rehabilitation
Academic publisher SAGE Publishing has partnered with the Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association (HKOA) and Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons (HKCOS) to publish the Journal of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rehabilitation (JOTR). The open access (OA) journal will be published twice a year by SAGE, with each issue featuring articles that focus on the journal’s areas of study and subjects related to orthopaedics.
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 University of the Sunshine Coast opts for Ex Libris Esploro early adopter program
Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), in Queensland, Australia, has opted to become an early adopter of the Ex Libris EsploroTM research services platform. Seamlessly integrated with an institution’s research workflows, the Esploro platform increases the impact of academic research by systematically capturing, managing, and disseminating research output and data; leveraging library expertise and technology; and strengthening compliance with institutional policies and government and funder requirements.
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 Registrations for 2019 OASPA Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing now open
The Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) has announced that registrations are now open for the 2019 Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing, to be held from September 24 – 26, 2019, at the Royal Library in Copenhagen, Denmark. Now in its 11th year, the OASPA annual Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing is a major scholarly publishing conference that brings the open access community together to discuss new developments and innovations in scholarly publishing and unite in their shared goal to enable research around the world to be openly accessible.
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 Royal Society’s digital publishing platform migrated to Atypon’s Literatum platform
The Royal Society’s digital publishing platform migrated from HighWire to the Literatum platform from Atypon at the end of 2018. The move enabled the Royal Society to host the same high quality content but do so in a way that improves the online experience for all users, with optimised viewing capabilities and other new features.
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 Springer Nature updates policy to encourage preprint sharing for its journals
Springer Nature has announced an updated policy encouraging preprint sharing for Springer Nature journals. This intends to remove ambiguity on two important points. All Springer Nature journals will adopt a unified policy that encourages preprint sharing and provides further details on preprint licensing, citation and communications with the media.
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 Atairos acquires ownership position in ProQuest
ProQuest, a global leader in educational technology, and Atairos, an independent private company focused on supporting growth-oriented businesses, have announced that Atairos will acquire an ownership position in ProQuest. ProQuest will use the proceeds from the transaction to repurchase most of the shares owned by entities affiliated with the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs, which will retain a minority interest in the Company. Cambridge Information Group (CIG) will maintain its majority ownership of ProQuest.
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 ConTech 2019 first draft programme released
ConTech.Live has announced the release of the ConTech 2019 first draft programme. At ConTech, delegates get ground-breaking insights into the biggest technical revolution to hit the content world since the birth of the internet – the intersection of data science and content. This year attendees will get to hear from innovators, pioneers and businesses taking a futuristic approach to what they do.
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 Future Science Group set to launch The Evidence Base at the upcoming ISPOR 2019 Conference
Future Science Group (FSG) will be launching their newest resource, The Evidence Base, at the upcoming ISPOR 2019 Conference. The Evidence Base is a free-to-join, online community to share knowledge, discuss the latest research and continue developments in real-world data and its applications to real-world problems in healthcare.
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 DOAJ reaches its funding target to cover operational costs
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) has reached its funding target to cover its operational costs as outlined in its SCOSS application. Eight consortia and 175 institutions/organisations from 18 different countries have committed support to DOAJ. There are organisations that have already made the decision to help fund DOAJ, but are still deliberating over the details of their financial commitment. Furthermore, the SCOSS Board has allowed DOAJ to present a new work package, both to these organisations and any additional organisations that come forward in 2019.
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 Latest edition of Blogspeak now online
The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Simon Wakeling, Stephen Pinfield and Peter Willett (Guest Post – A Study of Commenting on PLOS Articles); Kurt Heisler (Is Your APC Workflow Working?); Inez van Korlaar (Find out who’s talking about your funded and Open Access research); Lisa Matthias, Najko Jahn and Mikael Laakso (Open and closed – What do reverse flips tell us about the scholarly publishing landscape?); and Gwen Evans (Guest Post: Evaluating Open Access in a Consortial Context). Blogspeak includes blog posts relevant to the publishing industry, particularly STM publishing. Subscribers are invited to participate in the latest edition of Blogspeak Here.
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Latest Publications: UC Davis/UC Davis Medical Center

 

Your search alert called “UCD/UCDMC” has found 196 new results.

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1. Effect of a phosphodiesterase-5A (PDE5A) gene polymorphism on response to sildenafil therapy in canine pulmonary hypertension Ueda, Y., Johnson, L.R., Ontiveros, E.S., (…), Gunther-Harrington, C.T., Stern, J.A. 2019 Scientific Reports, 9(1), art. no. 6899.
2. The Rabl configuration limits topological entanglement of chromosomes in budding yeast Pouokam, M., Cruz, B., Burgess, S., (…), Vazquez, M., Arsuaga, J. 2019 Scientific Reports, 9(1), art. no. 6795.
3. Women in economics: Stalled progress Lundberg, S., Stearns, J. 2019 Journal of Economic Perspectives, 33(1), pp. 3-22.
4. Modeling analysis of grain morphologies in Directed energy deposition (DED)coating with different laser scanning patterns Li, W., Soshi, M. 2019 Materials Letters, 251, pp. 8-12.
5. RNA interference and CRISPR: Promising approaches to better understand and control citrus pathogens Goulin, E.H., Galdeano, D.M., Granato, L.M., (…), Dalio, R.J.D., Machado, M.A. 2019 Microbiological Research, 226, pp. 1-9.
6. Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water Bachand, S.M., Kraus, T.E.C., Stern, D., (…), Horwath, W.R., Bachand, P.A.M. 2019 Ecological Engineering, 134, pp. 26-38.
7. DATALET: An approach to manage big volume of data in cyber foraged environment Panigrahi, C.R., Sarkar, J.L., Tiwary, M., Pati, B., Mohapatra, P. 2019 Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 131, pp. 14-28.
8. An emerging environmental concern: Biochar-induced dust emissions and their potentially toxic properties Gelardi, D.L., Li, C., Parikh, S.J. 2019 Science of the Total Environment, 678, pp. 813-820.
9. Reducing residual stress by selective large-area diode surface heating during laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing Roehling, J.D., Smith, W.L., Roehling, T.T., (…), Hill, M.R., Matthews, M.J. 2019 Additive Manufacturing, 28, pp. 228-235.
10. Cumulative impacts of residential rainwater harvesting on stormwater discharge through a peri-urban drainage network Deitch, M.J., Feirer, S.T. 2019 Journal of Environmental Management, 243, pp. 127-136.
11. Phonological versus semantic prediction in focus and repair constructions: No evidence for differential predictions Karimi, H., Brothers, T., Ferreira, F. 2019 Cognitive Psychology, 112, pp. 25-47.
12. Overexpressed ABCB1 Induces Olaparib-Taxane Cross-Resistance in Advanced Prostate Cancer Lombard, A.P., Liu, C., Armstrong, C.M., (…), Evans, C.P., Gao, A.C. 2019 Translational Oncology, 12(7), pp. 871-878.
13. Effects of milk fat globule membrane and its various components on neurologic development in a postnatal growth restriction rat model Brink, L.R., Gueniot, J.P., Lönnerdal, B. 2019 Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 69, pp. 163-171.
14. Surgical and Noninvasive Modalities for Scar Revision Ward, R.E., Sklar, L.R., Eisen, D.B. 2019 Dermatologic Clinics, 37(3), pp. 375-386.
15. Women’s obstetric and reproductive health care discourse in online forums: Perceived access and quality pre- and post-Affordable Care Act Williams, S.A.P., Dhillon, S. 2019 Preventive Medicine, 124, pp. 50-54.
16. A low cost, portable NMR probe for high pressure, MR relaxometry Kerr, J.D., Balcom, B.J., McCarthy, M.J., Augustine, M.P. 2019 Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 304, pp. 35-41.
17. Calibrating Spanner psychrometers for the effects of ambient temperature: theoretical and experimental considerations Hou, X., Matsumoto, N.J., Matthews, M.A., Shackel, K.A. 2019 Biosystems Engineering, 183, pp. 85-94.
18. Search for a standard model-like Higgs boson in the mass range between 70 and 110 GeV in the diphoton final state in proton-proton collisions at s=8 and 13 TeV Sirunyan, A.M., Tumasyan, A., Adam, W., (…), Smith, W.H., Woods, N. 2019 Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics, 793, pp. 320-347.
19. Sex and autoimmunity: proposed mechanisms of disease onset and severity Selmi, C., Gershwin, M.E. 2019 Expert Review of Clinical Immunology, 15(6), pp. 607-615.
20. Should we treat every infant with a probiotic? Underwood, M.A. 2019 Minerva pediatrica, 71(3), pp. 253-262.
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 Elsevier is one of five Diamond Sponsors of the 2019 Imperial Barrel Award
Elsevier, the global information analytics business specializing in science and health, will be one of five Diamond Sponsors of the 2019 Imperial Barrel Award (IBA), an annual prospective basin evaluation competition for geoscience graduate students worldwide, jointly managed by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the AAPG Foundation. Through this sponsorship, Elsevier endeavours to help the next generation of geoscientists be digitally savvy and accelerate the growth of their geoscience knowledge, preparing them for a future in an evolving industry that is increasingly adopting digital exploration tools.
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 Ex Libris hosts its first Research Management Advisory Council meeting
Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that the first meeting of the Ex Libris Research Management Advisory Council took place on May 14–16, 2019. The council consists of thought leaders from nine institutions in North America and Europe as well as Ex Libris experts in research management.
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 Future Science Group launches 2-day conference, 3DMedLIVE
Future Science Group (FSG), a scientific publisher focused on breakthrough medical, biotechnological and scientific research, has announced the launch of 3DMedLIVE, a 2-day conference hosted by FSG’s eCommunity 3DMedNet and the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine to take place in London on October 2-3, 2019. Following the launch of 3DMedNet in 2016 and in response to the need to take the use of 3D printing in surgical practice to the next level, 3DMedLIVE will convene all members of the community who, together, can elevate surgical 3D printing to make it an everyday reality across healthcare.
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 CCC to host free webinar – What You Need To Know About The European Copyright Directive
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, will host a free webinar, ‘What You Need To Know About The European Copyright Directive’ on May 21. Led by CCC board member Mark Seeley, the webinar features European copyright expert Carlo Scollo Lavizzari and Jessica Sänger of the German Publishers and Booksellers Association (Börsenverein).
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 UKRI’s Sir Mark Walport appointed to UK Artificial Intelligence Council
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced that its chief executive Professor Sir Mark Walport has been appointed to the newly formed UK Artificial Intelligence (AI) Council. He will join experts from industry, academia and data rights to help boost the growth of AI in the UK, promote its adoption and ethical use in businesses and organisations across the country.
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 Introducing ConTech.Live
At the first ever ConTech conference, held last year in London, delegates were given ground-breaking insights into the biggest technical revolution to hit the content world since the birth of the internet – the intersection of data science and content. Building on the success of ConTech 2018, ConTech Live will feature four unique and ground-breaking events – ConTech 2019, ConTech Pharma, ConTech Legal and ConTech Forum.
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 SSP’S DC Local Committee meets to discuss Plan S, alternative funding models, and more
SSP’s Washington DC local networking group recently conducted their second meeting at the American Chemical Society building in downtown DC. It brought in about 50 attendees. Simon Beale, SVP, Global Sales and Partnership Development at Wiley, jump-started the roundtable discussions with a short talk on the progression of the open access (OA) movement and how the community has found themselves facing such a “shocking” plan.
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 Emerald awarded ‘Academic, Educational and Professional Publisher of the Year’ at the British Book Awards 2019
Academic publisher Emerald Publishing has been awarded the ‘Academic, Educational and Professional Publisher of the Year’ award at the 2019 British Book Awards – also known as The Nibbies. Celebrating the best British writers, books, publisher and bookshops, The Nibbies have championed the book trade since 1990.
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 Knowledge Unlatched and partners launch Open Research Library to unite all OA book content under one search
The Open Access initiative Knowledge Unlatched has launched the Open Research Library together with several international partners. It aims to unite all Open Access (OA) book content over the coming months. To this end the Open Research Library is working with publishers and libraries worldwide and is open to all providers and users of quality-assured research content.
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 Infobase selects LibLynx to provide COUNTER -compliant reporting & analytics
Educational media company Infobase has selected LibLynx to provide COUNTER-compliant reporting and related business intelligence across its portfolio of brands, including Facts On File, Films On Demand, and Learn360. LibLynx’s plug and play COUNTER widget enables Infobase to easily embed on-demand and real-time COUNTER reporting into any web page, giving customers the flexibility to view reports online, download files, or automate ingestion via a SUSHI feed.
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 Austrian Herpetological Society’s Herpetozoa added to Pensoft’s ARPHA platform
The Austrian Herpetological Society (ÖGH, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Herpetologie) has added the renowned peer-reviewed, open-access journal Herpetozoa to the growing portfolio of international scientific journals published on the ARPHA scholarly platform, as a result of a new partnership with scholarly publisher and technology provider Pensoft. As before, Herpetozoa welcomes original research articles, short contributions and reviews covering all aspects of the study of amphibians and reptiles. The papers are published in English, whereas a translation of the abstract into German may also be included. The journal operates a single-blind peer review policy.
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 Wiley Education Services partners with Northern Illinois University to support NIU’s online programs
Wiley Education Services, a division of Wiley, and Northern Illinois University (NIU) have entered into a partnership to support and expand NIU’s online program offerings. The first phase of the three-year agreement will focus on launching six programs online: a Master of Science in Digital Marketing, a Master of Science in Data Analytics, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing for RNs, a Master of Science in Nursing, a Doctor of Nursing Practice and a Master of Public Health.
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 CARL releases updated Canadian Author Addendum and New Author Rights Guide
CARL has announced the release of three resources supporting awareness of authors’ rights and ways to retain key rights during the publication process. The revised Canadian Author Addendum to Publication Agreement is a tool that can be used by authors to negotiate with publishers for the right to retain important rights, such as the ability to share and reuse their work – including the ability to make their work available to all via an open access repository.
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 LIBER releases two new case studies on research data management support
LIBER’s Research Data Management Working Group has published two case studies showcasing research data management support provided by the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and the University Library at The Arctic University of Norway (UiT). The TU Delft case study focuses on the disciplines of design, engineering and technical sciences, while the UiT case study presents UiT’s research development support services for language and linguistics.
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 CCC receives 2019 Excellence in Customer Service Award for Organization of the Year
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, has been named Organization of the Year in the 2019 Excellence in Customer Service Award presented by Business Intelligence Group. This annual business awards program recognises those who are helping companies better communicate with their customers to provide a distinguished level of customer service.
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 AMA announces new educational portal, helps physicians find, track and report CME
American Medical Association (AMA) has announced an innovative educational portal – the AMA Ed HubTM – that gives doctors and other health professionals a streamlined way to earn, track and report continuing medical education activities spanning clinical, practice-transformation and professionalism topics. The AMA Ed Hub features CME activities from sources such as JAMA Network’s JN LearningTM and the STEPS ForwardTMcollection of practice-transformation modules and gives one centralised platform to stay updated on medical practice while cutting the hassles that frequently accompany CME reporting.
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 EUA and Science Europe join efforts on building strong dialogue between their members
The European University Association (EUA) and Science Europe have committed to working together on building a strong dialogue between their members, who share the responsibility of developing and implementing more accurate, open, transparent and responsible approaches, that better reflect the evolution of research activity in the digital era. At present, the outcomes of scholarly research are often measured through methods based on quantitative, albeit approximate, indicators such as the journal impact factor.
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 Springer Nature’s iversity expands its product portfolio with new media format, Espresso Courses
Springer Nature’s online learning platform iversity has expanded its product portfolio with a new format called Espresso Courses. These courses focus on ‘point of need learning’, and are designed to impart knowledge in a fast and efficient way. iversity’s existing formats PRO courses and MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course), on the other hand, aim to support continuous learning. The first ten Espresso Courses cover a broad range of topics from agile methods and lean management to business communication and marketing to climate change.
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 European University Association releases its Second Big Deals Survey Report
The European University Association (EUA) has released its Second Big Deals Survey Report. This updated mapping of major scholarly publishing contracts in Europe comes at a time when the sector is undergoing substantial changes. The survey, conducted in 2017-2018, gathers data from 31 consortia covering an unprecedented 167 contracts with five major publishers: Elsevier, Springer Nature, Taylor & Francis, Wiley and American Chemical Society.
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 The American Chemical Society appoints Audrey M. Rogerson as its new VP, Development
The American Chemical Society (ACS) has announced that Dr. Audrey M. Rogerson will assume the new role of vice president (VP) of development, effective June 3, 2019. Rogerson brings to ACS 17 years’ experience as a fundraiser and organisational strategist for nonprofits focused on scientific research and science education.
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 Targeted Oncology adds The Florida Society of Clinical Oncology to its SAP Program
Targeted OncologyTM, a multimedia resource that offers content and expert opinions on standard and emerging treatments in the oncology field, has announced the addition of The Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO) to its Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) program. FLASCO is a member-supported oncology state society that focuses on providing education, best practices and support to the over 3,300 oncology professionals it represents in Florida. FLASCO leads state legislative efforts, champions cancer research and strives to advance the future of oncology and champion patients with cancer in Florida.
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 ACCUCOMS and NEJM expand representation agreement to include Middle East and Israel
ACCUCOMS has announced that The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Group, publisher of premier medical resources for research, education and professional practice, has expanded its current representation agreement to include several Middle East countries and Israel. NEJM is focussing on growing its global reach, and is already working with ACCUCOMS in France, Germany, Italy, Turkey and Poland.
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 ALPSP appoints Wayne Sime as its Chief Executive
The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) has appointed Wayne Sime as its new permanent Chief Executive. Wayne joined ALPSP as Interim Chief Executive in October 2018.
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 Submissions now open for 7th annual HIMSS-Elsevier APAC award
HIMSS Asia Pacific and Elsevier have announced the call for submissions for the 7th Annual Asia Pacific (APAC) HIMSS-Elsevier Digital Healthcare Award 2019. The 7th annual HIMSS-Elsevier APAC award is a significant initiative that was first incepted in Asia back in 2013 and now it is a global icon that spans across other regions including Europe, Middle East and Latin America. Elsevier has been its long standing key partner in recognising the best achievements and innovations in the region.
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 ASSET STEM Education announces innovative partnership with SAE International
ASSET STEM Education (ASSET), a provider of professional learning programs supporting educators in Pre-k through grade 12, has announced an innovative partnership with SAE International. The organisations join Universal Technical Institute to host the ’Engage in the Future: Engineering Workshop’ for teachers, administrators and other educators to integrate engineering design and inquiry-based teaching into the classroom, while exploring hands-on learning materials.
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 The MIT Press announces creation of MIT Press Fund for Diverse Voices
The MIT Press has announced the creation of the MIT Press Fund for Diverse Voices. This fund will provide monetary support to acquire or develop book projects by and about women and other underrepresented groups in the STEM fields.
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 Portico’s Stephanie Orphan to co-facilitate at OA seminar preceding SSP conference
Stephanie Orphan, Portico’s Director of Publisher Relations, will co-facilitate Fact or Fiction? OASPA Lifts the Lid on Open Access Publishing, a seminar preceding the Society for Scholarly Publishing annual conference in San Diego. Scheduled to be held on May 29, this interactive seminar aims to deepen understanding of how open access publishing is approached by many different parties and tackle some enduring areas of open access concern and confusion.
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 Latest edition of Blogspeak now online
The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Diana Kwon (Academics Raise Concerns About Predatory Journals on PubMed); Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe (If At First You Don’t Succeed … Make Another Response to Plan S?); Martin Szomszor (Mapping the impact of UN Sustainable Development Goals on global research); Beryl Lieff Benderly (Early-career researchers commonly ghostwrite peer reviews. That’s a problem); and Eanna Kelly (European open access plan should hold fast to its ambition). Blogspeak includes blog posts relevant to the publishing industry, particularly STM publishing. Subscribers are invited to participate in the latest edition of Blogspeak Here.
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Latest Publications: UC Davis/UC Davis Medical Center

Your search alert called “UCD/UCDMC” has found 114 new results.

Document Title Authors Year Source
1. SUN/KASH interactions facilitate force transmission across the nuclear envelope Hao, H., Starr, D.A. 2019 Nucleus (Austin, Tex.), 10(1), pp. 73-80.
2. Author Correction: Gene correction for SCID-X1 in long-term hematopoietic stem cells (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (1634), 10.1038/s41467-019-09614-y) Pavel-Dinu, M., Wiebking, V., Dejene, B.T., (…), Weinberg, K.I., Porteus, M.H. 2019 Nature Communications, 10(1), art. no. 2021.
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4. Overexpression of PbrNHX2 gene, a Na + /H + antiporter gene isolated from Pyrus betulaefolia, confers enhanced tolerance to salt stress via modulating ROS levels Dong, H., Wang, C., Xing, C., (…), Zhang, S., Huang, X. 2019 Plant Science, 285, pp. 14-25.
5. Does the design matter? Comparing satellite-based indices for insuring pastoralists against drought Jensen, N., Stoeffler, Q., Fava, F., (…), Mude, A., Carter, M. 2019 Ecological Economics, 162, pp. 59-73.
6. Phytochemical constituents from Scutellaria baicalensis in soluble epoxide hydrolase inhibition: Kinetics and interaction mechanism merged with simulations Liu, Z.-B., Sun, C.-P., Xu, J.-X., (…), Hammock, B.D., Qiu, F. 2019 International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 133, pp. 1187-1193.
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8. Bullying and psychosis: The impact of chronic traumatic stress on psychosis risk in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome – a uniquely vulnerable population Mayo, D., Bolden, K.A., Simon, T.J., Niendam, T.A. 2019 Journal of Psychiatric Research, 114, pp. 99-104.
9. An analysis method and primary calorimetry verification of tokamak plasma facing components (PFCs) baking from EAST Li, Y., Zhang, X., Yang, L., (…), Qian, X., Zhang, Y. 2019 Fusion Engineering and Design, 144, pp. 68-80.
10. Neurocognitive basis of repetition deficits in primary progressive aphasia Lukic, S., Mandelli, M.L., Welch, A., (…), Dronkers, N.F., Gorno-Tempini, M.L. 2019 Brain and Language, 194, pp. 35-45.
11. Simultaneous attenuation of phytoaccumulation of Cd and As in soil treated with inorganic and organic amendments Yao, A., Ju, L., Ling, X., (…), Li, C., Wang, S. 2019 Environmental Pollution, 250, pp. 464-474.
12. Estimating tree species diversity from space in an alpine conifer forest: The Rao’s Q diversity index meets the spectral variation hypothesis Torresani, M., Rocchini, D., Sonnenschein, R., (…), Ricotta, C., Tonon, G. 2019 Ecological Informatics, 52, pp. 26-34.
13. Proteomic manifestations of genetic defects in autosomal recessive congenital ichthyosis Karim, N., Durbin-Johnson, B., Rocke, D.M., (…), Naeem, M., Rice, R.H. 2019 Journal of Proteomics, 201, pp. 104-109.
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16. Optimal dilation time for combined small endoscopic sphincterotomy and balloon dilation for common bile duct stones: a multicentre, single-blinded, randomised controlled trial Meng, W., Leung, J.W., Zhang, K., (…), Weiderpass, E., Li, X. 2019 The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 4(6), pp. 425-434.
17. Long-term efficacy and safety of obeticholic acid for patients with primary biliary cholangitis: 3-year results of an international open-label extension study Trauner, M., Nevens, F., Shiffman, M.L., (…), MacConell, L., Shapiro, D. 2019 The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 4(6), pp. 445-453.
18. Mutations in ACTL6B Cause Neurodevelopmental Deficits and Epilepsy and Lead to Loss of Dendrites in Human Neurons Bell, S., Rousseau, J., Peng, H., (…), Ernst, C., Campeau, P.M. 2019 American Journal of Human Genetics, 104(5), pp. 815-834.
19. Moderate-Intensity Insulin Therapy Is Associated With Reduced Length of Stay in Critically Ill Patients With Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State Firestone, R.L., Parker, P.L., Pandya, K.A., Wilson, M.D., Duby, J.J. 2019 Critical care medicine, 47(5), pp. 700-705.
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