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Medical Resources

  • All the Virology on the Web
    Links to virology-related web sites and includes a catalog of virus pictures. Look for information on the Hanta, Ebola, Epstein-Barr, Herpes and other viruses.
  • Biosciences-Medicine Virtual Library
    Comprehensive, up-to-date list of Internet medical resources.
  • Life Science Dictionary
    Look up over 8300 terms in this biology / chemistry educational resources and research tool for students (high school level and beyond), researchers, and faculty.
  • Martindale's Health Science Guide 2008
    Huge multimedia resource with teaching files, medical cases, multimedia courses and textbooks, tutorials, databases and movies. Also includes a substantial Nursing Center.
  • MedBioWorld
    Offers over 25,000 links to medical and bioscience journals, associations and databases, with some full text.
  • Medical Schools, Libraries, & Catalogs
    Links to websites of U.S. medical schools, libraries, and library catalogs.
  • Medical World Search
    Full text search of major medical sites selected for high quality medical information andclinical content. Uses a thesaurus of 540,000 medical terms and provides more reliable information than a general search engine. Includes MEDLINE search capability.
  • Medscape >
    Includes MEDLINE searches, full-text articles from 23 medical journals, TOXLINE, and AidsLine. New users must register free first.
  • MedWorld
    Information of interest to medical community, especially students; also includes MEDLINE searches.
  • Merck Manual of Diagnosis & Therapy
    Describes symptoms, current therapy for disorders, common clinical procedures, laboratorytests. Includes clinical pharmacology section.
  • MerckMedicus
    An advertising-free medical portal supplying medical news, scientific learning resources, and diagnostic tools specifically for U.S. healthcare providers all with no access fees .
  • Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report
    Current and historical statistical data from weekly reports of state health departments submitted to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Search MMWR publications from 1993.
  • National Center for Health Statistics
    Check the "Data Warehouse" for published and unpublished statistics on topics such as vital statistics, behavioral risk factors, diseases. News releases, fact sheets, and FAQs provide additional information.
  • National Institute of General Medical Sciences (National Institutes of Health)
    With a budget of over $1.7 billion, offers opportunities for funding basic biomedical research not targeted to specific diseases or disorders. Includes Divisions of Cell Biology and Biophysics, Genetics and Developmental Biology, and Pharmacology, Physiology and Biological Science. Be sure to investigate the Division of Minority Opportunities in Research sub-page.
  • Online Medical Dictionary
    A searchable dictionary for medical and scientific terms with over 46,000 definitions in biochemistry, cell biology, chemistry, medicine, molecular biology, physics, plant biology, radiobiology, science and technology.