The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) has launched a new open access journal, entitled Cancer Research Communications. This journal offers high-quality research encompassing the full spectrum of cancer science and medicine, including tumor biology, immuno-oncology, emerging technologies, therapeutic research and development, precision medicine, clinical research and trials, epidemiology, and health disparities and outcomes research.
The senior editorial team for Cancer Research Communications includes MSKCC’s own Dr. Sarat Chandarlapaty (senior editor for Precision Medicine and Biomarkers) and Dr. Eileen M. O’Reilly (senior editor for Clinical Research and Trials), along with associate editor for Immuno-oncology, Dr. George Plitas.
A new eBook is available through the Library, Diagnostic Pathology: Neuropathology.
This reference text allows one to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. Content includes new biomarkers and genetic markers; new diagnostic, therapeutic, and prognostic techniques; new entities and antibodies; new immunohistochemical markers; and the new “integrated” diagnosis schema.
Diagnostic Pathology: Neuropathology presents high-quality, carefully annotated color images and complete information on lesions of the brain, sellar region, and peripheral nerves, as well as benign cysts and selected infectious, inflammatory, reactive, vascular, and cortical dysplastic lesions.
The Library has added a new eBook, Making Sense of Critical Appraisal.
This handy pocket companion provides all the necessary guidance on how to understand medical research publications, read them critically and decide whether the content of those papers is clinically useful in the care of patients. The text is illustrated throughout with medically relevant examples of relevant aspects of study design and clinical audit to give a clear framework to support critical reading for the novice and more experienced reader.