The library becomes a second home to medical students who are starting to wind down the Fall term and prepare for exams. We see students with their headphones in and papers, laptops, and highlighters scattered across tables and study carrels. Cereal boxes, food containers, and bananas and oranges can sometimes be found alongside them. And in the quiet afternoon, the occasional student can be found taking a ten minute power nap.
During these stressful times, the library tries to help support our medical students as much as possible. Aside from our helpful staff, books, and many resources, we also offer quiet study spaces, lamps for late night studying, computers and mobile device chargers, and study break materials like coloring pages, puzzles, and origami.
From everyone at the Biomedical Libraries, we wish you all the best! You’ve Got This!
Gear Up For Research is an information fair designed to inform researchers of the resources, tools, and consultation services available from departments across Dartmouth. Join us on Monday, October 30 from 11:00 am- 1:00 pm in Auditoria A-C,
to learn about how Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center can assist you in with your research, from proposal submission to publication.
Come with questions- leave with answers!
Visit the Gear Up website for a full list of participating departments.
Sponsored by SYNERGY and organized by the Biomedical Libraries and Research Computing
The library has purchased a few new USLME study guides. They are located at Dana, Matthews-Fuller Library (DHMC), and others are available online. Check out the USLME study guide page with all the information.
Step-Up to Medicine
RC952.5 .S74 2017
Master the Boards USMLE Step 2 CK
R834.5 .F57735 2017
First Aid for the Basic Sciences: General Principles
R834.5 .F57 2017
First Aid for the Basic Sciences: Organ Systems
R834.5 .F57 2017
Dana has two new sets of shelves in the East Reading Room to accommodate nearly 900 books recently moved from the Library Depository. Books were selected to be moved based on currency (priority given to those published 2010 and on) and recent circulation (regardless of publication date). They include the following topics: biology, ecology, and basic health and medicine. This collection was the result of the Biomedical Libraries Monograph Project and the desire to create a browsing collection at Dana.
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is proud to host an exhibit of oil paintings by Georgie Runkle. Georgie lives on the Rock River in Marlboro, Vermont where she enjoys painting covered bridges, local barns, and sugar houses because they are iconic Vermont structures that she feels are slowly disappearing. Her goal is to preserve them in the only way that she can…on canvas. She also loves painting in the Chesapeake Bay area, Quebec, Canada and locales along the Atlantic coast. A few of the places where Georgie has studied are the Barnes Foundation, the Delaware Art Museum, and the Edward L. Loper, Sr. Art School. Georgie’s paintings will be on display through March 2018.
My paintings are deliberate. They are a mosaic of complex color and shapes arranged on a canvas to create a visual expression of an inner landscape. My art becomes what I see in nature.
I am a plein air painter. As you drive through southern Vermont you may see me painting along the roadside, in a field, or beside a barn…anywhere that the setting has attracted my aesthetic sensibility.
Handbook of Clinical Teaching
R834 .H335 2016
The Measure of All Minds: Evaluating Natural and Artificial Intelligence
R855.3 .H47 2017
Modeling and Visualization of Complex Systems and Enterprises: Explorations of Physical, Human, Economic, and Social Phenomen
Q295 .R68 2015
Psychiatry by Ten Teachers
RC454 P79 2017
Force of Nature: George Fell, Founder of the Natural Areas Movement
QH76.5.I5 P43 2017
Natural and Constructed Wetlands: Nutrients, heavy metals and energy cycling, and flow
QH541.5.M3 N38 2016
Planktic Foraminifers in the Modern Ocean
QL368.F6 S35 2017
Rooftops: Islands in the Sky
SB419.5 .J64 2016
Essential Pruning Techniques: Trees, Shrubs, and Conifers
SB125 .B762 2017
The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem
QK604.2.C64 F86 2017
Plant Specialized Metabolism: Genomics, Biochemistry, and Biological Functions
QK881 .P553 2017
The Silences of Science: Gaps and Pauses in the Communication of Science
Q223 .S544 2017
Anti-Müllerian Hormone: Biology, Role in Ovarian Function and Clinical Significance
QP572.S4 A58 2016
Colorectal Surgery: Clinical Care and Management
RD543.C57 C65 2016
Porth Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States
RB113 .P675 2017
Reading and Writing Cancer: How Words Heal
RC489.W75 G83 2016
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is currently hosting an exhibit of Upper Valley Photographs from the 1950’s by Collamer Abbott, supported by a grant from the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Quechee Library and Northlight Digital worked with photographer Collamer Abbott in 2004 to create an exhibit called “The Changing Nature of Art and Place.” Many of his images from the 1950’s were scanned, enhanced and printed by Northlight Digital of White River Junction. The prints in this exhibit capture life in Hartford, Vermont in the 1950’s.
About Collamer Abbott
Collamer Abbott was born in 1919 in Wilder, Vermont, just a few miles away from the site of the Ely copper mines. Abbott later became the historian for the Vermont Copper Company.
This involvement with copper mining has constituted only one of Abbott’s interests. He has also worked in journalism, serving as reporter, photographer, and deskman at newspapers in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. In addition, he is a former associate editor of Ski magazine.
Abbott has also had experience as an English Instructor, teaching for five years at Castleton State College. He has written many articles and book reviews for historical and regional magazines, as well as for major newspapers. These articles include “Isaac Tyson Jr.: Pioneer Industrialist,” in Business History Review, 1968; “New England Money goes South,” in Georgia Historical Quarterly, 1965; and “New England’s Mining Relics,” in The New England Galaxy, 1965.
RC435 .R39 2018
An Introduction to Pain and its relation to Nervous System Disorders
RB127 .I593 2016
Practical Hemostasis and Thrombosis
RC647.C55 P734 2017
RM171 .M425 2017
Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea
QH91 .B49 2016
SD555 .K47 2016
Sound and Scent in the Garden
SB466.U65 S48 2017
The Year-Round Solar Greenhouse: How to Design and Build a Net-Zero Energy Greenhouse
SB415 .S246 2016