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We introduce BioCoM, a contrastive learning framework for biomedical entity linking that uses only two resources: a small-sized dictionary and a large number of raw biomedical articles. Specifically, we build the training instances from raw PubMed articles by dictionary matching and use them to train a context-aware entity linking model with contrastive learning. We predict the normalized biomedical entity at inference time through a nearest-neighbor search. Results found that BioCoMarXiv:2106.07583v2 fatcat:4c62l7ekwjc3fasolnhwo75iee