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Radiologic Sciences and Nuclear Medicine

This Guide is intended to provide contextual information and resources to help answer questions and assist in research for Radiologic Sciences and Nuclear Medicine students and faculty.

When starting your research it is important to understand that it is not just about what resources to use, but also how to use them. Use the "Creating an Effective Search" page to find out more about how to structure your search and "Resources for Researching" to find resources to help with your work.

Virtual Reality Lab

 Learn anatomy using virtual reality! The library's Virtual Reality Lab includes an anatomy atlas, a surgical preparation program, and a program with real-time simulation of the human body. Visit the Virtual Reality Lab Guide for information about reserving the lab and the programs available. 

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