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Academic Libraries

Questions? Contact:

Elaina Vitale
Elaina Vitale
Academic and Data Services Coordinator

(412) 624-4966





Academic Libraries

NNLM MAR provides support for Member outreach efforts in academic libraries and institutions. This comprehensive guide serves as an online collection of resources and tools that are relevant to librarians, professionals and students at the collegiate level. If you would like to learn more about these resources, or explore training opportunities that are available through NNLM, please contact us! We are here to assist you in learning about the wealth of biomedical and health information available through the National Library of Medicine.

Selected Resources from the National Library of Medicine

A citation index for articles from medical and life science journals, including a tutorial for site navigation guidance. Provides links to PubMed Central (PMC), a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at NIH/NLM.

For patients, families, and friends. Includes Anatomy Videos, and links to a variety of resources.
Regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers.

NLM Drug Information Portal
A gateway to selected drug information from NLM and other key U.S. Government agencies. Enables searches using a drug’s tradename or generic name.

NLM Gallery of Mobile Apps and Sites
Access NLM's numerous databases and resources on your smartphone or tablet.

PubMed Health
Reviews of clinical trials, showing what treatments and prevention methods have been proven to work—and what remains unknown. Provides summaries and full texts of selected systematic reviews in one place.

Visible Human Project
A digital image library of volumetric data representing complete, normal adult male and female anatomy. Complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies.