Recent Submissions

  • ADAM: another database of abbreviations in MEDLINE 

    Zhou, Wei; Torvik, Vetle I.; Smalheiser, Neil R. (Bioinformatics, 2006-09-18)
    Motivation: Abbreviations are an important type of terminology in the biomedical domain. Although several groups have already created databases of biomedical abbreviations, these are either not public, or are not ...
  • Informatics and hypothesis-driven research 

    Smalheiser, Neil R. (2002)
  • Collaborative development of the Arrowsmith two node search interface designed for laboratory investigators 

    Smalheiser, Neil R.; Torvik, Vetle I.; Bischoff-Grethe, Amanda; Burhans, Lauren B.; Gabriel, Michael; Homayouni, Ramin; Kashef, Alireza; Martone, Maryann E; Perkins, Guy A; Price, Diana L; Talk, Andrew C; West, Ruth (Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration 2006, 1:8, 2006-07-03)
    Arrowsmith is a unique computer-assisted strategy designed to assist investigators in detecting biologically-relevant connections between two disparate sets of articles in Medline. This paper describes how an inter-institutional ...
  • ADAM: Another Database of Abbreviations in MEDLINE 

    Zhou, Wei; Torvik, Vetle I.; Smalheiser, Neil R. (Bioinformatics Advance Access, 2006-09-18)
    Motivation: Abbreviations are an important type of terminology in the biomedical domain. Although several groups have already created databases of biomedical abbreviations, these are either not public, or are not ...
  • Towards effective and rewarding data sharing [Editorial] 

    Gardner, Daniel; Toga, Arthur W.; Ascoli, Giorgio A.; Beatty, Jackson; Brinkley, James F.; Dale, Anders M.; Fox, Peter T.; Gardner, Esther P.; George, John S.; Goddard, Nigel; Harris, Kristen M.; Herskovits, Edward H.; Hines, Michael; Jacobs, Gwen A.; Jacobs, Russell E.; Jones, Edward G.; Kennedy, David N.; Kimberg, Daniel Y.; Mazziotta, John C.; Miller, Perry; Mori, Susumu; Mountain, David C.; Reiss, Allan L.; Rosen, Glenn D.; Rottenberg, David A.; Shepherd, Gordon M.; Smalheiser, Neil R.; Smith, Kenneth P.; Strachan, Tom; Van Essen, David C.; Williams, Robert W.; Wong, Stephen T. (Humana Press, 2003)
  • Knowledge Discovery in Medline and Other Databases. 

    Smalheiser, Neil R. (Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2003)
    All neuroscientists are in the business of discovering knowledge about how the brain works. However, only a portion of time is spent in making new discoveries in the laboratory or clinic. An increasingly large task is ...