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Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Research Guide

The mission of the Tulane Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Section is to provide high quality patient care and consult patient services for patients with a wide range of endocrine related problems.

Endocrinology e-Books

Reserve items can be checked out for up to two (2) hours for in-library use only. Click here to read more about our reserve policy. Tulane Health Sciences users have book checkout privelages at Howard-Tilton Library on the Uptown Campus.

Endocrinology Books in Print

These books are available in the Rudolph Matas Library book stacks. They can be checked out for up to one (1) month.

Fonseca Publications

NCBI Bookshelf: Endocrinology

The NCBI Bookshelf is an online searchable collection of more than 500 books, reports, databases, and other scholarly literature in biology, medicine, and the life sciences developed and managed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health.

As the books division of PubMed Central (PMC), the digital repository of full-text journal literature, Bookshelf serves not only to preserve and maintain free access to electronic biomedical literature, but through its integration with other NCBI resources, such as PubMed, Gene, OMIM, and PubChem, it fosters both intentional and serendipitous discoveries.

E-book Databases for the Health Sciences

Ebooks may be searched by the book title in the Library Classic Catalog or in Library Search.  The key ebook vendors and databases with Tulane licenses which include health science topics are listed below.  

OMMBID

OMMBID via AccessMedicine

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