Welcome to the Bioengineering Research Portal!
The Bioengineering research portal is designed to meet the needs of faculty and graduate researchers in bioengineering, especially neural engineering and medical imaging. It combines the features of blogs, resource databases, search engines, etc. to help users find the information they need. The bioengineering resources included in the portal are drawn from the GMU Libraries (journals, books, databases) as well as research resources located on the Internet (research centers, conferences, etc.). Specific pages include:
Resources — contains journals, e-books, literature databases, websites, etc. The resources are classified by subject and the entire classification can be viewed by selecting the “Show Entire Classification” link on the page.
Journals — provides direct links to the most current issue of selected journals that are related to bioengineering.
Links – are a collection of links to the Mason Neural Engineering and the Biomedical Imaging labs, and other Mason resources, as well as links to science networking sites, professional societies, etc.
Register at the Bioengineering Portal
Signing up for a login to the Bioengineering portal is optional. As a registered portal user, you are able to rate resources, post comments, etc. To sign up, select “Create a login” on the Resources page and complete and submit the form. You will receive an e-mail containing your login name and password.
Searching for Resources
Search for resources on the portal using:
Keyword searching– search by one or more keyword. Search for phrases by enclosing terms in quotations. The search looks at the full text of the resource’s record. Searches are not case sensitive.
Advanced Search — allows users to search for terms in specific fields such as resource type, audience, subject, etc.
Browsing — Go to the Resources tab and select “Show Entire Classification.” Browse the subjects listed and the resources contained in each.
If you have any questions about or suggestions for this portal, please contact the curator:
Theresa Calcagno, IT & Engineering Librarian