Welcome to Vet Month here at CiteAb!
We often focus on different research areas or on specific institutions and suppliers here on our blog, but this time we’re taking a different approach.
Over the next month, we’ll be exploring antibody use in veterinary research in depth, with our weekly blogs focused on veterinary research subjects, our data release focusing on veterinary data, and with interviews and opinion pieces from veterinary researchers and publishers.
We’re also aiming to do some research of our own during Vet Month and urge all of you who are involved with veterinary research in some way to complete our quick 6-question survey. We think it will take about two minutes – but let us know if you manage to do it faster! The results of this will provide a fantastic insight into the types of antibody work being done by veterinary researchers around the world and help us improve CiteAb for them.
Dr Chalmers, founder of CiteAb, said: “Here at CiteAb we aim to be the very best source of research antibody information, regardless of your research focus or discipline.
“We are always trying to improve the services we provide, to understand different users and what they need. By focusing on specific areas of research we hope to develop a far deeper understanding of our users, and to improve CiteAb for these researchers.
“We’ve started with a focus on veterinary research as we’ve recently welcomed Arthur, the CiteHound, as our team mascot, and he had a particular interest!”
Vet Month will run from June 18th to July 18th. We’re really keen to reach as many veterinary researchers as possible, so please do pass the details on to your contacts and share our Vet Month landing page through your social networks!
– David and the CiteAb team