Q. Can you show me where medical research is?

How do I find medical research?

Where database do I use to find medical research?


The Library subscribes to the PubMed database, a valuable source for open-access and research publications sponsored by the National Library of Medicine.

This and other useful databases can be accessed in the Library's A-Z Databases.

We also recommend getting started with a search in the Online Library Search to locate articles, ebooks and more on your topic. To learn more about searching, see our Research Strategies guide.

  • Last Updated Jan 13, 2021
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  • Answered By Emily Perdue

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