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This page is designed to assist students in the History of Medicine class in finding resources on medical biography.
A note to students in the Spring 2020 class: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, physical books in the library stacks are not accessible, but the Health Sciences Library has a wide range of reliable electronic resources available for students working on their History of Medicine course paper. Please view the "Finding Articles" and "Finding Books" tabs above for more information.
If you are conducting a survivor interview and looking for resources related to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Deadly Medicine exhibition, an online guide to the exhibition, including an extensive list of resources, is available at the Museum's website.
If you have difficulties accessing any of these online resources, or have other questions related to your course project research, the staff of the Health Sciences Library is happy to assist you via Ask A Librarian.