Free Access to High Performance Computing Consortium for Covid-19 Research

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The COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium is bringing together the pharmaceutical industry, academic institutions and federal laboratories to try to identify or create candidate compounds that might prevent or treat a coronavirus infection.

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced that is has set up a High . . . → Read More: Free Access to High Performance Computing Consortium for Covid-19 Research

The Library Space is Now Closed as the University Complies with Ban on Gathering

On Sunday evening in compliance with Governor Cuomo’s executive order banning gatherings of any size, the library’s doors were locked at 8 PM. We apologize to those who are inconvenienced but give the gravity of this situation and every effort to advocate for social distancing, this is the only decision we could make. We will . . . → Read More: The Library Space is Now Closed as the University Complies with Ban on Gathering

Complimentary Access to Course Textbooks Through eCampus and VitalSource Helps

For students and faculty sharing resources online during this time. The NYMC eCampus bookstore has partnered with VitalSource Helps to provide access to eBooks for all NYMC students and faculty.

Go to: bookshelf.vitalsource.com

Login (if you have an existing account) or create a new account using your NYMC email address. Once an account is created . . . → Read More: Complimentary Access to Course Textbooks Through eCampus and VitalSource Helps

Download Book Chapters in ClinicalKey

Did you know you can download PDFs of book chapters in ClinicalKey and take them anywhere you go?

To do so, you must be signed in to your personal ClinicalKey account:

Go the library homepage and click on Quick Links. Select ClinicalKey. Log out of New York Medical College. Select Register and use your NYMC . . . → Read More: Download Book Chapters in ClinicalKey

Health Sciences Library Access During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Health Sciences Library will be as operational as possible during the modified campus operations period effective March 16, 2020. Please continue to access HSL resources through our web page http://library.nymc.edu .

[Edited: the library space was closed as of Sunday night, 3/22, in compliance with Governor Cuomo’s PAUSE executive order.]

Library staff will be . . . → Read More: Health Sciences Library Access During COVID-19 Pandemic