Databases A-Z
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Medications and Mothers' Milk Online (Hale Publishing, LP)
A resource that provides health care professionals with information regarding drug use during lactation.
Medline via Ovid (Wolters Kluwer)
This interface allows you to run the same search across multiple databases. It covers 1946 to present and includes fully-indexed records as well as in-process and other non-indexed citations.  Use advanced search to map directly to MeSH terms.  You must create a personal login in order to save your searches.
MEDLINE via Web of Science (Thomson Reuters)
This interface guides users through selections for a precise MEDLINE search based on Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), subheadings, and limits/filters. You can build your search strategy in steps and try multiple combinations to refine the search results.
MedlinePlus (National Library of Medicine)
For patients and families containing trusted health information on a range of topics. Healthcare professionals can use the resource to learn about the latest treatments, look up drug information, or view medical images and illustrations. A service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This resource is also available in Spanish.
A webtool that allows users to research and generate statistics on scientists, journals, and the biomedical literature itself. A live literature-summary interface, feeding directly off of the current PubMed database.
Mendeley (Elsevier)
A resource management tool for both desktop and web. Import, manage, explore, connect and talk about research papers or trends in an area of focus with colleagues around the world. Learn more by registering for an upcoming workshop: Breakaway With Mendeley.
MeSH Analyzer (Yale)
A bookmark tool for your browser that simplifies the creation of a MeSH analysis grid. A MeSH analysis grid can help identify the problems in a search strategy by presenting the ways articles are indexed in the MEDLINE database in an easy-to-scan tabular format. Creating a MeSH analysis grid manually is a tedious, time-consuming task. Metadata for each article must be manually retrieved, extracted, and pasted into a grid, and then the MeSH terms must be manually sorted and grouped alphabetically.
MeSH on Demand (National Library of Medicine)
Find MeSH terms (medical subject headings) based on your keywords for use in PubMed. Simply copy and paste text into the text box available (max of 10,000 characters). Useful for preliminary research on a topic, systematic reviews, and standard or comprehensive literature searching.
Micromedex (Truven)
Evidence-based source for drug dosage, drug interactions, and side effects information. Contains some patient education material as well. Note that Micromedex is has ended support for Microsoft® Windows® XP and Internet Explorer® 7. Please use an updated browser or system to access this resource.
MLTrends (Palidwor et al. )
Graphs a visual trend of a research topic. Understands Boolean operators and is capable of mapping multiple trends on the same graph for a more robust analysis of the research subject compared to others. Generated trend graphs may be used in scholarly publications or presentations but must be cited accordingly—appropriate information found on the database homepage.
My Cancer Genome (Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center)
A personalized cancer medicine knowledge resource for physicians, patients, caregivers and researchers with up-to-date information on what mutations make cancers grow and related therapeutic implications, including available clinical trials.