Note: Students and residents/fellows are expected to perform literature searches themselves for any curriculum-related assignments (e.g., medical student summer research); however, librarians can provide advice on search strategies, assistance with terminology, and guidance to/instruction on appropriate databases.
You will be contacted within one business day after submitting a request; if not, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
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Describe your research question or topic below. Please allow at least 5 business days for us to help with your literature search.
Upload sample citations or documents (e.g., similar journal articles, research proposal, manuscripts, etc.)
Individual and group consultations are available at no cost to Florida State University College of Medicine faculty, students, residents/fellows, and research staff.
Knowledgeable medical librarians will:
Please note that students and residents/fellows are expected to perform searches themselves for any curriculum-related assignments.
Literature Search Services
The Maguire Medical Library team specializes in finding and accessing health and life sciences information and published literature. Literature searches conducted by a medical librarian are only available to FSU College of Medicine faculty or to students working on a research team led by FSU COM faculty member(s).
What to Expect
After receiving your literature search request, a medical librarian will:
Please note that it is not the responsibility of the medical librarian to select the most appropriate articles from the list of results.
For more information on conducting research and literature searches, documenting your results, and disseminating your work, see our Research, Writing & Publishing guide.
Staffed Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
Closed University Holidays
Maguire Medical Library at the Florida State University College of Medicine
1115 W. Call St., Tallahassee, FL 32306Call 850-644-3883 or Text 850-724-4987
Questions? Ask us.