Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries Labor Day Hours
Monday, September 7, 2015
General Public = CLOSED
Undergraduates = CLOSED
Geisel Medical Students w/ID = Open
Graduate Students w/ID = Open
General Public = CLOSED
Geisel Medical Students w/ID = Open
Authorized Individuals w/ID= Open
Algae: Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Biotechnology
QK566 G83 2014
The Biology Book
QH305 G46 2015
Chemical Biology of Nucleic Acids
QP620 C45 2014
Insect Molecular Biology and Ecology
QL493.5 I574 201
Bone Marrow Diagnosis: An Illustrated Guide
RC645.7 .G38 2015
Less Medicine, More Health: 7 Assumptions that Drive Too Much Medical Care
RA427.3 .W45 2015
Molecular Biology of the Cell
QH581.2 .M64 2015
Nurse Practitioner Certification Examination and Practice Preparation
RT120.F34 F55 2015
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the beginning of a new art exhibit featuring Christine Orcutt Henderson. Chris’ art will be on display in the library, located on the 5th floor of DHMC above the Main Entrance, until November 1st, 2015. Please stop by any time Monday through Friday from 8am – 6pm to have a look!
Chris’ artist statement:
Currently, all my work is in acrylics, my favorite medium that I have been exploring in all its forms over the years. In every painting, my first goal is to capture a fleeting moment in time, while highlighting the emotion and environmental beauty around it. This split-second can send a powerful message that might otherwise be overlooked.
The Gestalt theory, which is employed in my work, indicates that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. As humans, our memory rarely captures the whole event we have witnessed, but rather just a segment. This is the secondary level to my painting process. The tertiary level is much more abstract. I try to incorporate the same arc and line into every painting. This blurs the visual line and tricks the mind into seeing other images within the painting. I often utilize the Law of Common Fate, which elements are perceived as a unit. The exterior of details is just extra information the viewer does not need to see. The shape, form, and color are the real image. I want to highlight the essence of the subject, not just the superficial appearance. The bones of a painting change and evolve over time. The more your brain and eye make a visual connection the real image comes forward. This new mindset and my expounding eye for composition produce a marriage of unique perspectives.
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is pleased to host a new collection of artwork by Sarunas Burdulis. After exploring careers in experimental laser physics and later in electronic science publishing, Sarunas is now a Linux Systems Administrator at Dartmouth College. He is passionate about using free-and-open-source software in all areas of our digital lives, including photography. Sarunas started taking pictures back in the film camera age and spent many long nights exploring subtleties of printmaking in a traditional darkroom. With the advent of digital photography Sarunas embraced it as a long-awaited change, though he still likes experimenting with old, film-camera lenses mounted on new digital cameras: there is something in optical and mechanical quality of those “legacy” lenses, that makes them special in our days of quickly obsolescent gadgets. Primarily taking pictures to document vacation travel and day-to-day family life, Sarunas often finds himself busying with an unexpected change of natural light, a texture, a weather pattern, a perspective from window seat etc. — a fleeting moment, which deserves to be “captured”, preserved and shared with friends, real or virtual…
Sarunas’ work will be on display in the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library beginning August 1st through October 31st. The library is located on the 5th floor of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and is open Monday – Friday from 8am – 6pm. Please stop by to see his wonderful work.
Caring for the Heart: Mayo Clinic and the Rise of Specialization
RC681 F94 2015
Flight of Mammals
QL739 P36 2015
QM31 C54 2015
Introducing Genetics: from Mendel to Molecules
QH430 .T48 2015
The Behavioral Addiction
RC552.R44 B34 2015
Case Studies in Patient Safety: Foundations for Core Competencies
R859.7.S43 J64 2016
The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age
R858 .W385 2015
The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: A Physician’s First Year
R154.M156 A3 2015
NOTICE: The Dana Biomedical Library will be closed on Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 6:00AM until 4:00PM due to electrical work in the building.
We’re pleased to note that UpToDate has extended the length of the registration for access via mobile devices from 30 to 90 days. Effective July 1, 2015, you’ll need to re-verify your affiliation by signing on to your UpToDate account on the Dartmouth or DHMC secure networks once every 90 days to ensure continued UpToDate access from your device from anywhere. If you’re approaching the end of the 90-day registration period you’ll receive an email reminder.
See instructions for installing UpToDate for your Mobile Device.
If you have questions about registering your device for remote access, contact library staff at Biomedical.Libraries.Reference@dartmouth.edu or 603-650-7658.
Ancestors In Our Genome: The New Science of Human Evolution
QH447 .H368 2015
Diseases of Poverty: Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, and Modern Plagues
RA418.5.P6 A33 2015
Junk DNA: A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome
QH447 .C37 2015
Lesser Beasts: A Snout-to-Tail History of the Humble Pig
SF395 E64 2015
The Design and Conduct of Meaningful Experiments Involving Human Participants: 25 Scientific Principles
R853.H8 B39 2015
The Emotional Journey of the Alzheimer’s Family
RC523 .S277 2015
Evidence-Based Eye Care
RE48 .E95 2014
Porth’s Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States
RB113 .P675 2014