New Resources from the Library

New Resources from the Library

We are excited to introduce several new resources that are available to the Rockefeller University community!


Zotero Institutional Storage

Zotero is a free and open-source research tool that helps you collect, organize, analyze research and share it in various ways. We are pleased to offer unlimited cloud storage for Zotero users in Rockefeller Community. Rockefeller Zotero users using Rockefeller e-mail addresses are automatically upgraded to the institutional account.

Access Zotero from here.


Embase is here!!!

Embase is the world’s most comprehensive biomedical literature database. Embase covers the most important international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present day, and all articles are indexed in-depth using Elsevier’s Life Science thesaurus Embase Indexing and Emtree®. Embase allows you to build comprehensive systematic reviews so that you can thoroughly study all of the published literature on a particular topic.

Access Embase from here. Access to Embase is restricted to Rockefeller users only. VPN is required to access from off-campus.

Click here for quick facts about Embase.

The library will be offering training sessions in the fall. Watch out for our announcements!



Covidence is an online platform that streamlines the systematic review process. It is a platform that centralizes your citation data, enables you and your team members to screen title/abstract, read full text pdfs, annotate/take notes and extract data, and has a built-in Risk of Bias assessment tool. Covidence is partnering with major systematic review producers and clinical guidelines producers, including Cochrane, Johanna Briggs Institute, and the Campbell Collaboration, as their systematic review platforms.

Please contact the library if you are conducting a systematic review or are interested in using Covidence.

The library will be rolling out our Systematic Review Assistance Service in the fall. Please watch out for our announcements!

New Journal additions

We now have access to 2 additional Cell Press Journals.

Cell Systems and Molecular Therapy  (to access these journals, please log on to VPN first.) If you need to access articles from journals that we don’t have in our collection, please e-mail Our ILL Specialist will get the articles for you.


New eBooks

Intodocuding GIDEON eBook collection!

Nearly 200 eBooks in Infectious Disease for physicians, policymakers, and educators.
Great for physicians in clinical settings, researchers tracking and understanding an outbreak, or students and faculty in a classroom, the GIDEON eBook collection provides comprehensive coverage of individual diseases (or disease groups), pathogens, drugs, and vaccines in every country in the world.
We have 188 eBook titles from GIDEON (Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Online Network) accessible from OVID’s platform!
Contents including
– 188 disease-specific books that make up the entire GIDEON disease collection PLUS 9 titles focusing on bioterrorism, outbreaks, vaccines, bacteria, and other topics
– Features a just-published title on COVID-19, MERS, and SARS.
– All books can be searched simultaneously using just a single search query on OVID

Access GIDEON ebook collection on OVID (VPN required)


Please contact the library at for any questions about these new resources.


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