University Libraries and HUBNET

Students working at the library.

Our library system offers access to databases including Medline, AccessMedicine and MDConsult, and hosts multimedia resources from instructional videos to archival monographs.

The Hospitals and University at Buffalo Library Resource Network provides access to Medline, CINAHL, MDConsult, Access Medicine and many more databases to help you pursue research, review for board exams, and make well-informed evaluations, diagnoses and case management decisions.

Its centralized search capabilities let you search a tremendous variety of scholarly resources at once:

  • 6,800+ publishers' content included, such as journals and books
  • 94,000+ journal, newspaper and magazine titles
  • 535 million items indexed so far, from journal articles to maps to videos
  • OnCall library records

Full-text current editions of medical textbooks and reference titles include thousands of images and illustrations, and are updated frequently by expert physicians. Hundreds of case files, diagnostic and point-of care tools support up-to-date evidence-based medical care.

You can access HUBNET on campus or from any of our affiliated hospitals.

Centrally located on UB’s south campus, the dedicated Health Sciences Library houses state-of-the-art computing and multimedia resources, including over 2,500 health sciences audiovisual titles. Its multimedia development lab provides access to the latest media editing software and hardware for classroom or research projects.

The library also manages an extensive collection of historical print and non-print health sciences materials, including medical publications from before the nineteenth century, anatomical models and instruments.

Hospital Libraries

Our affiliated hospitals maintain on-site libraries, with further access to print and electronic materials. While on rotation at any of these sites, faculty, residents, fellows and students have full access to their libraries, including reference assistance and inter- and intra-library loans.