Levy Librarian co-authors Landmark Study on Plunging Sperm Rates

Levy Librarian Rachel Pinotti is a co-author on a major study on plunging sperm counts in the Western world. The systematic review, “Temporal trends in sperm count:
a systematic review and meta-regression analysis” was just published in “Human Reproduction Update” and had been featured on NBC News, CBS News, The Guardian, BBC News, Scientific American, The Nation and many more.

Rachel’s author roles included “search strategy design and execution,” “acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data,” and “critical revision of the article for important intellectual content.” Congrats, Rachel!

If you want help getting start with a systematic review, contact our Ask a Librarian service.

 

 

Welcome to Our New Librarian Suzanna Calev

Welcome to our new Librarian, Suzanna Calev. Originally from New York, Suzanna received a dual masters degree at Simmons College (Boston) in History and Library Science with a concentration in Archives Management. She had been working for the past three years at Harvard University’s Countway Library of Medicine but is happy to return to her hometown and excited to join our librarian team. You’ll be seeing her most frequently at our Mount Sinai West & St. Luke’s locations. Welcome, Suzanna!