TML New Website - PubMed Search Box
The new TML home page provides you with quick access to PubMed with a direct search box. Just type in your search as you normally would and then click on 'Search'. For example, authors can be entered using last name and initial, e.g. Strauss JF, or you can type in a string of keywords, e.g. transcription factor SV40 hepatocellular carcinoma, or even a journal name and date, e.g. journal of neurotrauma 2011.
You also have the option of going to the PubMed Advanced Search page which includes the Search Builder, for adding and viewing terms in all fields, and the Search History, to go back to previous searches and combine sets.
The box has a direct link to MyNCBI as well, where you can sign in to view your saved searches, email alerts, and collections, and your Bibliography for NIH Grants.
We have also included the Single Citation Matcher in the PubMed search box. If you know any part of a citation, you can use this link to find your citation: any combination of journal, date, volume, issue, first page, author, or title word can be used.
Remember to always use the VCU Libraries link to go to PubMed so you will be able to see the 'Get It @VCU' button for access to our online full-text journals, our catalog of print journals, or easy access to ILLiad (our Interlibrary Loan service).