Videos, Animations, Images…

Atrial_myocyte_thumb AccessMedicine just added a new animated video to the online version of Goodman & Gilman’s Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. It’s a quick visual overview of atrial myocyte electrophysiology, and it’s part of a small but growing collection of animations of concepts from the book. It’s also a reminder of all the other great stuff on AccessMedicine: medical videos, images to download for presentations, self-assessments for the USMLE, and of course constantly updated versions of classic textbooks that you can access anywhere, from any computer with internet access.

And just in case you’re wondering, we do still have a print copy of Goodman & Gilman – it’s on reserve behind the circulation desk, call number QV 4 G653 2006. No videos on those pages though!

Please Welcome Our New Science Librarian

In order to meet the growing needs of Mount Sinai’s translational and preclinical researchers, the Levy Library has hired a science librarian with a background in molecular biology. Tina O’Grady received her MS in Cell and Microbial Biology and her MS in Library Science from The Catholic University of America, and completed her undergraduate work in Biology at the University of British Columbia. Tina will be reaching      out to faculty, students and postdocs to provide research assistance and instruction in information resources ranging from PubMed and e-journals to molecular biology sources like GenBank. Please don’t hesitate to contact her at christina.ogrady@mssm.edu or x43990 to say hello, ask a question or make a suggestion.