Graduate Student Resources


BioCompare.com:

A neutral source for life-science product information. This site helps you find the right product for your needs and includes a career center, product reviews and product deal center. BioMedNet: http://www.bmn.com Contains online resources for journals, conference information ect. Membership to BioMedNet is free, and members can search all of BioMedNet without charge. However, viewing full-text articles from publishers often requires payment or a subscription.

Tomorrow's Professor Listserv:

Tomorrows-Professor Listserv has postings twice weekly, usually on Monday and Thursday mornings, Pacific Standard Time. The Listserv seeks to foster a diverse, world-wide teaching and learning ecology among its nearly 12,000 subscribers at over 500 institutions and organizations in 86 countries around the world.

MIT CogNet:
MIT CogNet provides a unique electronic community for researchers in cognitive and brain sciences, with in-depth current and classic text resources, and a dynamic interactive forum for today's scholars, students, and professionals.

Psychology Library, Princeton University:
Psychology Library, Princeton University's Selective Listing of: Internet Resources in Psychology and Related Disciplines.

Grant writing tips sheets from NIH:

Grant Writing Tips Sheets. Many NIH Institutes put out guides and tip sheets on their Web sites. These guides can be useful resources. Here are just a few.

EPA grant writing tutorials:
United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Grant Writing Tutorials.

Grant writing from the Kent State University:
Advice and Information on Grant Writing from the Kent State University's website.

General advice and tips Keogh Lab:
General advice and tips on writing thesis, papers and grant proposals.

Grant writing tips from NIDDK:
Tips on writing grant proposals from the National Institute of Diabates & Digestive & Kidney Diseases.

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