LSL NOW News and Events of the Lamar Soutter Library

New Face at the Ask an Expert Series

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 - 13:24

Starting this Thursday, August 9th, an expert from the Conflict of Interest team will join a growing number of research support experts in the library classroom from 12:30-1:30 pm to take questions from researchers of all types at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial. 

So if you're asking yourself, how do I know if I have a financial conflict of interest? Drop in during an Ask an Expert session to find out! 

Read more about the Ask an Expert drop-in sessions 

#AskaUMassMedicalExpert

Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn

Friday, July 27, 2018 - 16:17

The Lamar Soutter Library is excited to announce that it will be hosting Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn from September 10- October 20, 2018. Per the National Library of Medicine, the exhibition “explores an increasingly popular, yet little-known literary field that presents personal illness narratives and health information through the medium of comics.

LWW Health Library is now available

Monday, July 9, 2018 - 09:42

LWW Health Library delivers health science education and clinical content directly to students, faculty, and staff through a single portal—providing interactive online access to essential texts, images, real-life case studies, and quiz banks specifically tailored for the specialty. LWW Health Library provides essential clinical and educational content for students during their clerkship/clinical rotations.

Key features of LWW Health Library include:

Unveiling of the Portrait, “Gateway to the Polio Vaccine”

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 10:06

The Chancellor and Dean invite you to join them for the unveiling of the portrait, “Gateway to the Polio Vaccine” by Artist Alan Witschonke

The portrait celebrates an important, transformative and Nobel Prize-winning event in medical science, public health and the history of medicine by growing the polio virus for the first time in tissue culture, here in Massachusetts, which enabled the vaccine development. Dr.