Spotlights

  • MedTrack
    New! MedTrack

    Medtrack tracks the activities of all the healthcare players, from contract manufacturing, to R&D, to technologies, to chemical manufacturers – and monitors their products, deals, financials, patents, company contacts, and more. 
     
    Medtrack brings together a huge range of information within a single tool so that you can get what you need from a single search. Use Medtrack to analyze deals, review company financials, view patents, or look up individual contact information. 

  • Bottle Filling Station
    New Bottle Filling Station in the Library!

    A new Elkay Bottle Filling Water Station has been installed and is available to students, staff, and faculty in the Matas Library. Located in the Commons area next to the coffee machine, this combination water fountain and bottle filling station provides filtered water that meets the lead reduction requirements of the NSF/ANSI 53 certification. 
     
    We appreciate your understanding while TU Facility Services installed this new feature. Stop by and check it out! 

  • PolicyMap
    PolicyMap

    Tulane University Libraries now have full access to PolicyMap, an online mapping tool made for non-social science, non-geography learners which enables access to data about U.S. communities and markets. Data sources include BRFSS, CDC, CMS, DHS Immigration Yearbook, EPA, FEMA, HUD, NCHS, & USDA.

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    Expanded 24/7 Library Access

    Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences has added full 24/7 access to its Mezzanine level and 2nd floor Commons. Although the library’s service desk will continue to close at 9:00 PM, the entire library space – except staff areas and the main stacks – is now open for users to utilize more study spaces in the Commons and Mezzanine.

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    David S. Light collection of scientific letters

    This digitized collection of letters and notes which contains autographs and signatures of renowned scientists and physicians was originally compiled by David S. Light, M.D., alumnus of Tulane University School of Medicine, 1944.