Monday, July 20, 2009

14 Unique Biomedical Homepages

Using search engines alone may not often turn in enough information when searching the Internet. This could be frustrating for an inexperienced information seeker. Even if the information is available, the results turned out by the search engine could be too many to sift through. This may not be compatible with the limited time at the disposal of an administrator or manager in the health sector who have many tasks to perform.
My aim in this article is to point your attention to an uncommon tool for seamless access to information on the Internet. You do not need additional software to access this section of the Internet as is the case for pdf documents whereby you must install the acrobat reader on your system.
There are great experts in your field who have acquired rare experience over the years in their chosen fields of interest. To help upcoming, young professionals, these experts has organized their works in the form of a ready-made website where you’ll learn about them and their research works and relevant references. They have outlined links to other sites which they have used to achieve stardom over the years. Here is where you have the information gold. The easy solution to your information seeking adventure could be on the links in their sites which are very rich in professional research works and references.
The following personal home pages in the biomedical field could be of great use and compliments to your search engine when searching the Internet for information:




The beauty of going to these personal home pages is that you will get other websites you may never find in the results turned out by your favourite search engine. You can always get recent updates on professional issues on these home pages. For example, the following sites are available at EdUthman personal home page:
(1) Medical Books:
(2) Nutrients
(3) Labmedicine
(4) Biomed History
(5) Labexplorer
(6) MMWR

Other biomedical home pages that could be of interest to you are listed below:
· Lou Caruana , CLS Program, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, USA. LOU CARU

· Rosemarie Cunningham , who retired from MLS, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada in 1997 but still helps us out, being the great colleague that she is. ROSE CUNNING

· Mike Garbutt , MLS graduate of the University of Alberta, works at the Laboratory Centre for Disease Control (LCDC) in Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

· Akio Hasegawa , Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Odawara Municipal Hospital, Odawara, Japan.


· Karen Kiser , instructor in the Clinical Laboratory Technology/Phlebotomy program at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. DAREN KISER

· Terry Kotrla , Professor in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program and Program Director of the Phlebotomy Technician Program at Austin Community College in Austin, Texas, USA.

· Neil K. Lalach , a technologist in Kelowna, BC, Canada.


· Peter A. Letendre

· Gary Lum , Clinical Microbiologist, Director of Microbiology and Pathology, Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin, Northern Territories, Australia :

· Andrew Lyon ,clinical biochemist at Calgary Laboratory Services and the Dept. Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada.

· Benard Solomon: medical laboratory scientist, Histopathology Department, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Kwara State, Nigeria.

Benard Solomon

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