Margaret Grow-Sadler, Chemical Abstracts Service
The GW Department of Chemistry Presents: Using SciFinder Scholar for Literature Reviews Webinar
Featuring: Margaret Grow-Sadler, Chemical Abstracts Service
About the Event
SciFinder, produced by Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), is the most comprehensive database for the chemical literature, indexing journal articles and patent records (and other document types) as well as chemical substances and reactions. You can search by topic, author and substances by name or CAS Registry Number, OR use the editor to draw and search for chemical structures, substructures or reactions. It is a core research tool for chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, medicinal chemistry, materials science, nanotechnology and other science and engineering disciplines.
Preparation is required if you plan on preparing. Please make certain to set up your Scifinder account.
Margaret Grow-Sadler is a PhD chemist with a passion for working with scientists to help find solutions for their research. She is a seasoned facilitator and presenter. Grow-Sadler received her PhD in Chemistry from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and her BS in Chemistry from Villanova University.