On March 25, 2014, the University of Virginia will host “Medicine’s Michelangelo: The Life and Art of Frank H. Netter, M.D.”, a presentation by Francine Mary Netter. The artwork of Frank H. Netter has been featured in countless medical publications over the past 80 years and, today, Netter’s illustrations of human anatomy are still widely… Read more »
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Over 100 participants attended last Friday’s Research Data and Technology Fair, made possible by the support of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM)/Southeastern Atlantic Region and the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library. The morning keynote speaker was Atul Butte, MD, PhD, from Stanford University. Dr. Butte, a bioinformatician and pediatric endocrinologist, spoke of… Read more »
Bring your lunch and join colleagues from around the Health System for informal app-discovery sessions. This drop-in meeting is a great opportunity to learn about helpful apps for tablets and smartphones, and to share things you have found to be interesting. The last App Brownbag for this school year will take place from 12 –… Read more »
The Health Sciences Library is excited to undergo a major re-design of our web page in 2012. In order to better understand how easy –or not easy– our page is to use, we are planning to perform a number of usability tests over the next year. Our hope is that a large number of participants… Read more »
Bring in your laptop, tablet, or smartphone on January 10th or 12th and we’ll get your connected to the University’s wireless network.
Do you love the Medical Center Hour but can’t find the time to attend? Now you can watch it at your convenience on YouTube
Join us for May’s First Thursdays in the Library talk! Dr. Pearl Yu will discuss Sleep, Sleep Deprivation, and Effects on Performance.
The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library recognizes there is an important role that Librarians can play in support of emerging e-Science initiatives.
Spring is here and the Library is blooming with activities! Take a webinar on NCBI BLAST, an online class on search tools “Beyond PubMed”, learn how to “Manage Your Online Identity”, and more!
We are pleased to announce the completion, on February 1st, of “A History of Cancer Care at the University of Virginia, 1901-2011,” a book tracing the evolution of UVa’s program from its inception to the advent of the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center.