Please join the librarians at the Biomedical Library to learn how to conduct a systematic review. Register here A Systematic Review critically assesses ALL relevant studies that address particular clinical issues. It […]
3D print of the week: uterus model for practicing IUD placement
This week’s print is a model of a human uterus to help Perelman School of Medicine students practice IUD (intrauterine device) placement. The model is split into two parts that will be […]
Biomeditations Book Talk Series: next featured author is Dr. Anthony Rostain, Aug. 28, 3:30pm, co-author of the new book, “The stressed years of their lives: helping your kid survive and thrive during their college years” (St. Martin’s Press, 2019).
Join us in the Biomedical Library on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019, from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm, for an informal discussion and Q+A with Anthony Rostain, M.D., M.A. Please register here We […]
Research Impact Workshop at the Biomedical Library: 8/15 at 2pm
Please join us at the Biomedical Library for a Research Impact Workshop: tools to find collaborators as well as calculate H-index and Journal Impact Factors Please register here. Are you interested in learning about how the h-index […]
Encore presentation of “Intro to BioCyc” workshop, 8/21 at noon, Biomedical Library
Introduction to BioCyc Come learn to work with BioCyc: a collection of Pathway Genome Databases (PGDBs) that provides information on genomes and metabolic pathways for thousands of organisms. This one hour workshop will provide […]
3D print of the week: tiny wings!
This week’s featured 3D print is a set of wings that will equip a tiny flying robotic device built by students working in the ModLab (Modular Robotics Lab), a subgroup of the […]
The Biomedical Library invites our new Medical Residents to meet with a librarian and browse our residency book display
The Biomedical Library would like to welcome our new medical residents who started in July. We have pulled together a selection of titles from our collection related to Medical Residency and are […]
NEJM: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) now offers an institutional remote-access feature that provides more flexible access to the Penn Libraries’ NEJM.org institutional site license: any time access is needed, anywhere […]
3D print of the week: bee hotel!
This week’s featured prints equip part of a collaborative ecological research endeavor between a Penn Ph.D. student and the Woodlands Cemetery. Beehives are being treated with a fungal spore that may interrupt […]
The Biomedical Library’s Innovation Intern, James, is back!
The Biomedical Library reannounces the availability of our Innovation Intern to work with current Penn faculty and staff this summer who need assistance with projects involving virtual or augmented reality, animation, or coding in general. […]