Taubman Health Sciences Library

Research and Clinical Support at Taubman Health Sciences Library

We support the needs of faculty, students, staff, clinicians and researchers connected to Michigan Medicine, the Medical School, the College of Pharmacy, and the schools of Nursing, Dentistry, Kinesiology, and Public Health, as well as the North Campus Research Complex.

Key databases and resources 

See the visit page for our list of popular databases, as well as links to some of our most-accessed journals, or browse using Library Search

Our Mobile Device Resources Guide provides a list of mobile-friendly resources.

For accurate, 3D visualizations of human and animal anatomy, see our Anatomage Table.

Get help from our specialists

Our health sciences librarians, known as informationists, can partner with you to provide:

  • tailored instruction 
  • assessment and evaluation
  • consultations for expert searches, including systematic or scoping reviews
  • web-based resources
  • assistance finding funding
  • research data management services, including data visualization
  • collaboration on grants

We also support research impact assessment and citation management

To connect with us, email thlibrary@umich.edu or use our directory of informationists to search by subject or specialty. 

Applying for a grant? Talk with us early and often. You must have a signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the library before you can name us or any library staff member in a grant application.

Available courses 

We offer a free 9-week course in advanced literature searching for health sciences professionals through Michigan Online. 

You might also be interested in our Systematic Reviews Workshop if you’re an information professional in health sciences. 

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1135 Catherine St

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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