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Resources in Biomedical Sciences

Find Articles

Use one or more of these databases to search for articles on a specific topic using keywords, subject headings, authors and more.

Biomedical Databases

Electronic Journals (E-Journals)

Search or browse individual online journals

 


 

Use Additional Library Resources

Bioinformation Portal

Bioinformation Portal provides access to major resources for biomedical and biological sciences.

Medicine, Biomedicine and Health Virtual Library

Medicine, Biomedicine and Health Virtual Library provides subject-specific resource guides for health topics such as Alternative Medicine, Bioengineering, Genetics, Nursing, Public Health and more.

E-Books

E-Books can also be found in the catalog or by searching collections that include core textbooks for basic science, clinical science, medicine and nursing.

Biomedical Related Libraries and Library Services

Other libraries at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign also have biomedical-related materials and services to assist with your research.

Develop Research Skills

Biomedical Research Guides

Research guides help users find and use information resources related to a specific subject. There are also general guides for conducting research and managing information.

Class Guides

Class guides are created by librarians to provide guides to helpful sources for a particular class.

 


 

Learn About Other Resources on Campus

Research Support

Other Biomedical Related Units on Campus

Learn about biomedical resources, research, and services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 


 

Browse Useful Websites

Websites may provide statistics, data, articles, documents, and other information about a specific field of study or employment. Associations, societies, institutions, and government websites are particularly useful.

Select List of Web sites for Biomedical Sciences

NIH Public Access Policy


About the Biomedical Sciences Collection

Biomedical Science is a multidisciplinary area covering basic science, medicine, nursing, health, bioengineering, biotechnology, human genomic research and more.

Please direct comments, questions, or requests for information, instruction or consultation to Peg Burnette, Biomedical Sciences Librarian (217) 300-5942.