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Faculty Interests
Produced by Thomas Jefferson University.

Source: Thomas Jefferson University
Access: Free to all users.
Coverage: Current information only
Updated: Individual records maintained by the faculty member
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: Profiles and interests of Jefferson faculty.

Faculty of 1000 (F1000 Prime)
Produced by Faculty of 1000, Ltd.

Source: Faculty of 1000, Ltd.
Access: Direct access via campus computers. Off-campus access requires Jefferson Campus Key.
Coverage: 1999 - (with isolated instances of older papers)
Updated: Continuous
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: A literature-awareness service for the biological and medical sciences. Expert scientists and clinicians rank articles and provide commentary. F1000 Prime includes F1000 Medicine Reports and F1000 Biology Reports, which are open access, peer-reviewed journals covering the most recent developments in biology and medicine.

FDsys
Produced by the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO).

Source: US Government Printing Office
Access: Free to all users.
Coverage: Varies by database
Updated: Varies by database
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: Searchable full text of key federal services include: the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Federal Register, Congressional Record, U.S. Code, bills before Congress, executive reports, and more.

Federal Register
Produced by Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

Source: FDsys
Access: Free to all users.
Coverage: 1994 - present
Updated: Daily, when Congress is in session
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: The Federal Register is the U.S. government's publication of record for the announcement of new or changed rules or regulations, contracts, and requests for proposals. An exception is for NIH medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities announcements for which the NIH Guide serves in lieu of the Federal Register.

FindZebra
Produced by Technical University of Denmark (DTU Informatics) and the University of Copenhagen (Department of Computer Science).

Source: Technical University of Denmark (DTU Informatics) and the University of Copenhagen (Department of Computer Science)
Access: Free to all users.
Coverage: Varies by database
Updated: Quarterly
Vocabulary: UMLS medical concepts, keyword
Description:

A search engine for rare diseases is a research project from the Technical University of Denmark, DTU Informatics and the University of Copenhagen, Department of Computer Science. Documents indexed for retrieval consist of medical articles on the topic of rare diseases. As 80% of rare diseases are of genetic origin, medical articles on the topic of genetic diseases are also indexed.

Search options include: Search on rare and genetic disease resources, Restrict to rare disease resources, and Search with UMLS medical concepts. Articles are focused on rare and genetic diseases that are freely available on the internet, e.g. Orphanet: an online rare disease and orphan drug data base, Wikipedia: Category Rare Diseases, NORD Rare Disease Database and Organizational Database, The Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD), etc.


Foundation Directory Online
Produced by the Foundation Center.

Source: Foundation Center
Access: Limited access - Contact Reference Desk staff.
Coverage: Current information only
Updated: Continuous
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: Nearly 100,000 U.S. foundations and corporate donors are represented in the Directory, covering over 2.4 million recent grants.

The Foundation Center is a national nonprofit service organization founded over 50 years ago to help open U.S. foundations to public view. The data in Foundation Directory Online is compiled from IRS information returns (Forms 990 and 990-PF), grantmaker web sites, annual reports, printed application guidelines, the philanthropic press, and various other sources.

New and updated grantmaker, company, and grant data appears weekly. New grantmaker-related news, job opportunities, RFPs, publications, and articles appear daily. Social media content is updated live with the most recent activity whenever the tab is opened or refreshed. New IRS Forms 990 and 990-PF are posted when they become available from the IRS.


FREIDA - Fellowship and Residency Electronic Interactive Database Access System
Produced by the American Medical Association (AMA).

Source: AMA
Access: Free to all users.
Coverage: Current catalog only
Updated: Annual
Vocabulary: Keyword
Description: FREIDA is the electronic equivalent of the American Medical Association's 'green book,' a catalog of 8,700 graduate medical education programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and 200 combined specialty programs. FREIDA also provides aggregate statistics on training programs and graduates' career plans by specialty.

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