HNFE - Internship - Nutrition & Dietetics: Recommended Databases

Research resources and services of interest to HNFE Nutrition & Dietetics interns.

Community Engagement and Research Librarian

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Ginny Pannabecker
Newman Library, Room 5092

Office Hours are Flexible:
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Subjects: Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Systems Biology
Website Skype Contact: Virginia.Pannabecker

Recommended Databases

At University Libraries, we have more than 500 different scholarly databases that you can use.  For your research in, I recommend the following databases.  Still not sure about which database(s) are best for your research? Try browsing a few subject guides, or look through the full research database list.

Recommended Databases

Databases Of Interest

Statistics & Datasets

Locate statistics and datasets related to nutrition, dietetics, health, and related topics in these resources - contact Ginny if you'd like assistance using these resources, or if you'd like additional suggestions for locating datasets or statistics.

Health Data Tools and Statistics

Looking for full text?

Remember to look for the Get VText icon:
If that doesn't work, don't hesitate to contact your librarian for help accessing the full text of an article.

Is that journal peer-reviewed?

Looking for sources where submissions were peer reviewed before publication?
Check a journal title in Ulrichs Web to see if its 'referred' (peer-reviewed).
Check on a journal website to find out about publication and editorial practices such as whether or not they include peer-review in the process.