These days, almost every job you apply for will expect to receive everything as email attachments and your CV will be read on a screen. This means there is the opportunity to incorporate "hyperlinks" into your CV, which when the reader clicks on them jumps straight to the relevant entry in PubMed.
A search in PubMed itself generates a complex file with lots of clutter which has to be edited carefully before you can include the hyperlinks. In contrast, the list generated here is ready to cut'n'paste directly into a document.
For this page Nick Loman has re-written the automated publications list generator used elsewhere in this site, which is more fully described HERE.
Click on an reference title to jump to the PubMed entry for that article. Note: we've restricted the search to 80 characters and the results to 200 references.
You may need to reload this page occasionally to reset the search system. The response "undefined results found" can mean the search found no matches or did not complete, simply reload and retry.
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