Medical Resources

Medicine – General

  • ALFRED: The ALlele FREquency Database: ALFRED (The ALlele FREquency Database) is a compilation, into a user-friendly and scientific frame work, of allele frequencies for DNA sequence polymorphisms in anthropologically defined human populations.
  • eMedicine: Medscape offers FREE, UNLIMITED ACCESS to a vast network of resources tailored to your area of specialization, including in-depth medical news, CME/CE, full-text journal articles, conference coverage, peer-reviewed clinical reference, expert commentary features, discussion forums, and more. Your FREE membership includes specialty-focused clinical newsletters and e-mail alerts on breaking news.
  • Free Medical Journals
  • Free Online Medical Lectures
  • GLOWM: Global Library of Women’s Medicine. An expert clinical resource for women’s healthcare.
  • History of Medicine: The NLM’s History of Medicine Division collects, preserves, makes available, and interprets for diverse audiences one of the world’s richest collections of historical material related to human health and disease.
  • Learn.Genetics: Learn.Genetics delivers educational materials on genetics, bioscience and health topics. They are designed to be used by students, teachers and members of the public. The materials meet selected US education standards for science and health.
  • Medical Animation Library: The University of Pennsylvania Health System provides nearly 200 video animations and explanations of injuries, diseases, and body systems.
  • MedNotes provides maticulously written lecture notes in virtually all basic- and pre-clinical medical sciences, as well as step-by-step study guides to ensure the best possible outcome of your exams.
  • MedEdPORTAL: MedEdPORTAL is a MEDLINE-indexed, open-access journal of teaching and learning resources in the health professions published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), in partnership with the American Dental Education Association. MedEdPORTAL publications are stand-alone, complete teaching or learning modules that have been implemented and evaluated with medical or dental trainees or practitioners. Each submission is reviewed by editorial staff and external peer reviewers.
  • Merck Manuals
  • National Library of Medicine
  • PEIR: Pathology Education Instructional Resource. Over 40,000 multidisciplinary images for use in medical education. Developed under the supervision of Dr. Peter Anderson for use by UAB faculty & students.
  • PhilSci Archive: An Archive for Preprints in Philosophy of Science. It is offered as a free service to the philosophy of science community. The goal of the archive is to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work. PrePrint: A preprint server is used by scholars to circulate new work. A preprint is an early version of new work often in preliminary form. The archive is intended to supplement or replace an older mechanism for circulation of new work.
  • University of Iowa Health Library
  • WebMD: WebMD provides valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information. It is one of the most popular sites on the internet.