Medical Sciences teaching and support is delivered by multiple departments across the University of Cambridge. Thankfully there is one dedicated Biological Sciences Libraries Team to help navigate this sometimes complex landscape. Information about specific subjects and their associated library services can be found below. For study skills and teaching resources provided by the Biological Sciences Libraries team, please visit the Study Skills and Support section of this guide.
You can find the many Medical Sciences reading lists on our online reading list tool Leganto, as well as through your dedicated Moodle course pages.
Please note, some lists might be restricted to current students only due to copyrighted materials.
Part IA Reading Lists
Introduction to the Scientific Basis of Medicine (coming soon!)
Part IB Reading Lists
Head and Neck Anatomy (no readings set)
Part II Reading Lists
There are a lot of papers to choose from at this level with multiple combinations across subjects. We will not list them all there and encourage you to explore the Moodle course for your paper(s).
For information and subject support for Pathology, visit the Pathology LibGuide
There is no library service in the Department of Pathology but training and support is offered throughout the year by the Biological Sciences Libraries Team, in conjunction with the Medical Library Team
For information and subject support for Pharmacology, visit the Pharmacology LibGuide
There is no library service in the Department of Pharmacology but training and support is offered throughout the year by the Biological Sciences Libraries Team, in conjunction with the Medical Library Team
For information and subject support for Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, visit the PDN LibGuide
For further information about the PDN Library, visit the departmental website