Houston Methodist Scholars is our network of faculty profiles, powered by Elsevier Pure. It aggregates the organization's research information from internal and external sources. Scholars provides our faculty with access to a global network of collaborators and subject matter experts, and information about their publication record and key areas of expertise.
Our investigators have access to Scopus, a large abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature that delivers a comprehensive overview of the world's research output in the fields of science, technology and medicine and provides smart tools you can use to track, analyze and visualize research. Scopus brings you more than 22,000 titles (from 5,000 publishers), more than 6 million conference papers, cross-searches of more than 25 million patents, 54 million records (going as far back as 1823) and sophisticated search, discover and analysis tools.
Through the ISI Web of Knowledge™, our faculty have access to Journal Citation reports and the Web of Science citation database, which provides access to the 12,000 journals and more than 160,000 conference proceedings in the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
Houston Methodist researchers and administrators have access to Funding Institutional, a single-source tool containing data on funders, funding opportunities and awarded grants, drawn from a wide range of governmental and private sources. Using this tool can help you identify interest areas and assess the funding landscape so you can maximize the competitiveness of your proposal. Register for a Funding Institutional account to get tailored alerts about funding opportunities you qualify for and match your research interests.
Houston Methodist faculty and staff have access to EndNote for bibliography management. To request installation on your device, contact the IT Help Desk.
The Houston Methodist collaboration concierge service is a single point of contact for clinicians and investigators trying to navigate through the extensive resources and wealth of expertise available at Houston Methodist; this service can help if you are looking for specific core facilities, equipment, services, information, administrative support or subject matter experts. For more information, contact us at 346.356.1418 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The events services core offers fee-for-service, temporary expert help for planning conferences, seminars and courses. We can handle anything from finding space and catering, producing brochures and websites and facilitating offering CME credit to arranging audiovisual support and online paid registration.
Houston Methodist offers complimentary support for large cooperative and center grant applications. Contact strategicresearchOSRI@houstonmethodist.org for more information on these services. Technical writing and editorial support for publications and grant applications is available as a fee-for service from the BioScience Writers on-site office at Houston Methodist. Visit
http://www.biosciencewriters.com/OnsiteOffice.aspx?site=10 for more information.