Discover Scholarly Journals, Stay Current in Your Reading with BrowZine

Start this year with BrowZine!

The Health Sciences Library is excited to offer access to our scholarly journals through BrowZine current awareness tool. BrowZine is a service that allows you to browse, read and follow scholarly journals in a beautiful visual display.









With BrowZine, you can:

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Library Resource Trials

The Library provides trials to certain products as a way to gauge interest and knowledge about user needs. Please take advantage of the resources below and provide feedback to us for future potential acquisitions.


  VisualDX – a go-to tool for accurate, informed decision-making at the point of care. Provides visual aids for diagnosis. Links . . . → Read More: Library Resource Trials

Latest Updates in Henry Stewart Talks Series

Check out the new releases in The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection.

This month’s additions to the collection include the release of the first five talks in a new series on the Complement System, edited by Prof. Sir Peter Lachmann from the University of Cambridge, UK. This series will cover our current understanding of the system, . . . → Read More: Latest Updates in Henry Stewart Talks Series

New Books: July 2017

Highlighted titles from the newest print additions to the HSL Collection. You can find these on the shelf, to the right, when entering the library. A full list of new titles can be found here or check the New Books shelf, for all new items, by the lounge area. Also, check out our Theses Collection post.

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2016 NYMC Theses and Dissertations

The Library catalogs and makes available the theses published by the College. They are cataloged in our Online Catalog and available in print from 1970-present and electronic format from 2014-present.

Our wonderful cataloger, Nina Kurzban, just finished cataloging the 2016 Theses and Dissertations, 51 in total. This original cataloging is very extensive and methodical. Nina reads through the content . . . → Read More: 2016 NYMC Theses and Dissertations