Do You Have Your Researcher ORCID iD? The MSK Library Can Help You Obtain Your ID!
The MSK Library is pleased to announce that our authors can access ORCID@MSK. An ORCID iD is a unique, permanent, and universal digital identifier for researchers which will create greater efficiencies for all involved in scholarly communication activities. This 16-digit number (expressed as a URL), serves a valuable purpose – to eliminate author name ambiguity and improve discoverability to one’s research and scholarly works. Learn more here.

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  • SPORTDiscus indexes literature in sports medicine, nutrition, physical therapy, occupational therapy, exercise physiology, kinesiology, etc., and is now available via the MSK Library.
  • Be sure to read about the new features of Endnote X9 (now available @MSK) on the MSK Library Blog.
  • February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Want to learn more about cancer prevention basics? MSK Library recommends MedLine Plus for reliable, up-to-date cancer prevention information.
  • This cold and flu season, help prevent the spread of infection with correct hand hygiene. Learn more from MSK’s Patient and Caregiver Education portal.
  • Fred W. Stewart (pictured above) died 28 years ago this February, but his groundbreaking work as a researcher and educator during his tenure as MSKCC Chief Pathologist lives on.
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Today's Science Sparks
Peptide-based PET quantifies target engagement of PD-L1 therapeutics. Figure 1 WL12 binding interface on PD-L1 overlaps with PD-1 and PD-L1 therapeutics.
Kumar D, Lisok A, Dahmane E, McCoy M, Shelake S, Chatterjee S, Allaj V, Sysa-Shah P, Wharram B, Lesniak WG, Tully E, Gabrielson E, Jaffee EM, Poirier JT, Rudin CM, Gobburu JV, Pomper MG, Nimmagadda S
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Monday, February 18, 2019

Library: 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM

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