Are you looking for a way to stay on top of key research articles in biology and medicine? Would you like to quickly find articles that are relevant to you, and then see expert opinions and key points about those articles? Try Faculty Opinions, an article recommendation service that can help you discover the science you shouldn’t miss. Get started now by checking out what your NIH colleagues are recommending.
Faculty Opinions (previously known as F1000 Prime) can fuel your discovery of research with precision and confidence and save you time by helping you quickly find key scientific publications. This article discovery service is powered by a worldwide faculty of over 8,000 leading researchers in biology and medicine. All Faculty Opinion articles are reviewed by experts and then rated, categorized, and evaluated in a brief commentary that outlines the value of the science.
The NIH Library provides subscription access to Faculty Opinions for NIH staff. This means you can access article recommendations and rankings in Faculty Opinions now without registering, as long as you are on the NIH network or VPN. If you want the full benefits of Faculty Opinions, register for an account. Then you can comment on article recommendations, save your searches, get alerts, customize your homepage, follow your favorite faculty members, and more. Once registered, you can also nominate someone to be a Faculty Opinion expert reviewer.
How to Register
- While on the NIH network/VPN, go to https://facultyopinions.com/prime/home/
- Select “Register” from the upper right corner of the Faculty Opinions page
- Complete all fields and then click “Submit Registration”
- You will receive an email confirmation to complete the process
For more information about Faculty Opinions, contact Christine Caufield-Noll, email@example.com.
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Last modified date: Wed, 07/07/2021 - 4:54pm