Vol 6. Issue 29 / Oct 2, 2006

In Brief

Free Screening for National Depression Screening Day
In recognition of National Depression Screening Day Thursday, October 5, free online screening assessments are available nationwide for anyone who thinks they may be suffering from depression. To find depression screening sites near you or to have an online screening assessment, go to: http://mentalhealthscreening.org/. All inquiries are confidential.

Confidential assistance is also available to benefit eligible Scripps Research employees/postdocs/graduate students and their family members from the Counseling and Psychological Services Department. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call Jan Hill, LCSW, at x4-2950 or Jeff Jones, Ph.D., at x4-2063. For those who participate in the Scripps Research medical plan, 24-hour emergency psychiatric availability is through United Behavioral Health at (800) 888-2998.

Library Tip: Update to Endnote X
Endnote X, the newest version of the popular citation management software, is now available for Scripps Research faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and staff. This update includes drag and drop auto-linking of PDF files, viewing of up to eight fields in the display window and new reference types including Grant, Encyclopedia, and Webpage. Endnote X is compatible with Windows 2000 and XP, as well as Mac OS 10.3.9 or higher. To download the update go to the Software Downloads section of the library's homepage and follow the instructions on that page. If you have any questions about the new update, please contact the Scripps Research site administrator for EndNote, Angela Murrell, at x4-8705 or email at helplib@scripps.edu.


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Symposium Highlights Research of Hardworking Junior Scientists

The Society of Fellows Fall Symposium featured posters and talks by research associates on a broad range of topics, as well as keynote lectures by invited speakers. Here, keynote speaker Eric T. Kool (left) chats with Research Associate Nathan Gianneschi of the Ghadiri lab, whose poster was selected for an award. For a complete list of winners, see the SOF web site.