Sherry Morgan, the Biomedical Library’s Clinical and Graduate Research Librarian, exemplifies how our team of librarians are embedded within the communities they serve. For example, as a member of Penn Medicine’s Center for […]
3D print of the week: Orkan Telhan’s Microbial Design Studio
The Biomedical Library’s 3D Printing service, managed by Barbara Kountouzi, has supported numerous innovative Penn-conducted research projects that have been featured in the news, with one recent example being the work of […]
12/3: Biomed Library Relaxation Room Grand Opening! Join us and try out the VR relaxation program used by Penn Medicine Radiation Oncology!
On Monday, Dec. 3rd, between 3:30 – 5:00, please join us as at the Biomedical Library as we showcase our brand new Relaxation Room. Partnering with us for this event is the […]
3D print of the week: model of cytochrome c folding
This week’s featured 3D print models the folding mechanism of the protein, Cytochrome c, for a laboratory in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of medicine. […]
Biomeditations Book Talk Series: next featured author is Cynthia Connolly, Dec. 6, 3pm, on her award-winning book, “Children and Drug Safety”
Just over a month ago, the Biomedical Library featured Dr. Paul Offit for a discussion of his recent book, Bad Advice. It was such a successful event that we immediately decided to do […]
Meet Liz, intern at Biomedical & Veterinary libraries, brings metadata skills and more
Liz Jenkins, a Masters student in Drexel University’s Library and Information Science program, and previously a research assistant at Drexel’s Metadata Research Center, is applying her skills and interest in metadata to […]
Featured 3D Print of the week: heart anatomy model for surgical device prototype
This week’s print features a model of a heart — specifically the anatomy of the left ventricular outflow tract. The model was printed in a special flexible material to resemble the pliable […]
Health Literacy Month Recap!
Health literacy is the set of skills we use to find and evaluate information in order to make health-related decisions. October, Health Literacy Month, was an exciting month in and out of […]
Featured 3D Prints of the week: Museum artifacts, dinosaurs, skulls, and vertebrae!
3D print a 1:1 scale Penn Museum object as part of a program to learn how to make storage mounts for objects. Printed in ABS plastic on the Stratasys These prints were […]
Time to Tech ‘n’ Treat
It’s time for the #IPSAG Tech ‘n’ Treat Lunch, a drop-in networking event for students interested in clinical or other health-related careers. How do you “Tech ‘n’ Treat“? Tech: Share your thoughts about technologies available […]