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Mentored Scholarly Activity Guide (MSA): Home

If you want information about the MSA program, please see the main program page.

  Article Linker

In our databases, use the Article Linker button to find full text options. 

Remote Access

Many of the library's databases are restricted to computers on the UCD-AMC or UCH network. However, you will be able to access these resources from off campus using your name and employee or student ID number

Most students and employees are automatically registered. You can check to see if you're automatically registered by logging in here using your institutional ID number. If you have a a question about your library registration status, call our Service Desk at 303-724-2152.

  Interlibrary Loan

If you need an article, chapter, book, dissertation, or any other published item, we will provide it to you from our own collection or through our world-wide network.  As AMC students, this service is available at no cost (it's funded by your Student Technology fees).

Consult with a Librarian

Contact one of the MSA program librarians for an individual consultation.  Consultations generally last one hour and may include discussion of your research topic, suggested resources for that topic, identification of key search terms, development of a search strategy, set up of a PubMed "My NCBI" account, and demonstration of resources such as PubMed or Google Scholar.

Basic Biomedical Science Research Tobin Magle, PhD (303-724-2114)

Clinical Science Research John D Jones Jr, MSIS (303-724-2117)

Global Health Research John D Jones Jr, MSIS (303-724-2117)

Bioethics, Humanities, Arts & Education Research Lilian Hoffecker,  PhD, MLS (303-724-2121)

Epidemiology, Public & Community Health Research Ben Harnke, MLIS (303-724-2146)

Librarians are an important part of your professional network, and a partner to successful lifelong learning.

More Help

You can always get immediate assistance by visiting the library. (Check our hours)  Staff at the desk near the library entrance can place holds, renew books, provide reserve readings, and update library records.  They are the central point to answer general questions about the library's resources and services.
 

Subject Guide

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