This new resource is a collection of e-books; it consists of 50-100 page electronic books. Colloquium titles are dynamic presentations which synthesize an important research or development topic, written by scientists in the field for graduate students to researchers. Colloquium covers cell and molecular biology and biomedicine and offers added synthesis, analysis and depth than journal... Read More
Harvey Cushing’s prized book collection contains several Arabic and Persian manuscripts. Faraḥ nāmah by al-Muṭahhar ibn Muḥammad Yazdī, copied in the 17th century from an 11th century manuscript, is a study of natural history, beautifully illuminated with detailed multicolored illustrations of animals, birds, plants, stones and humans.
This manuscript, part of the Medical Historical... Read More
Interested in impact factors or citation metrics for journals? JCR, Web of Science’s Journal Citation Reports, now has this data available through 2010. If you want metrics for specific articles and authors; h-index or g-index information, or an eigenfactor score, contact one of our librarians. They can show you how to find this information in JCR and in other databases such as Scopus.
]On October 28, 1810, the Connecticut Legislature approved a charter to create a medical school at Yale. The Medical Institution of Yale College, now Yale University School of Medicine, was the sixth medical school in the United States. From a single rented building with five faculty members and no hospital in the state of Connecticut, the Yale School of Medicine, in association with Yale-New... Read More
In 1836, the library of the U.S. Army Surgeon General consisted of a small collection of medical books on one shelf. Today, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) is the world’s largest biomedical library. With some 14 million items in more than 150 languages, it is the worldwide leader in trusted medical and health information and innovation.
But this unique library is about much more than... Read More
If you missed the premiere showing in the Harkness Auditorium in an early April, we invite you to come to the library to view the film about the School of Medicine, created in celebration of the school’s Bicentennial.
The half-hour film, by Emmy Award–winning director and producer Karyl Evans, chronicles the rise of the School of Medicine from its origins as the Medical Institution of Yale... Read More
New applications and enhancements to old apps are coming faster than ever. Premium versions of Epocrates and the free Medscape app are now available for Androids. Versions of popular online resources including AccessMedicine and Stat!Ref are now available for mobile devices. Micromedex Drug Information is a great new resource available for all Apple devices. An iPad-optimized UCentral is now... Read More