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Biomedical Engineering: Articles

Connecting you with ways to locate articles, books, and other information in the areas of Biomedical Engineering and Radiological Sciences.

Location of BME Journals

The Biomedical Engineering journals are split between on the 3rd floors of Marston Science Library and the Health Science Center Libraries (Note: journals at the HSCL are shelved by alphabetical by title). Use the below chart to determine the relevant call number for your area. Otherwise, search the library catalog by subject or title.

Call # Subject


Human physiology, engineering


Medical physics. Medical radiology. Nuclear medicine 




Biomedical technology


Radiology, diagnostic imaging

Find It @ UF in Google Scholar

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JOVE - Journal of Visualized Experiments

UF has a subscription to Journal of Visualized Experiments for many areas including: Bioengineering, Biology, Chemistry, Immunology, Medicine, & Neuroscience. Journal of Visualized Experiments publish standard techniques and novel experimental approaches in these areas.  Videos of the techniques accompany the articles.

Tissue Properties

The Tissue Properties Database includes properties like density, thermal conductivity, heat transfer rate, viscosity, acoustic properties, tissue weight fractions:

Finding Scholarly Articles

Finding Preprint Articles

Preprints can provide some of the latest information on a topic. However, they are preliminary reports of work that have not yet been peer reviewed. 

Finding Trade Journal Articles

Locating these types of articles can be tricky, but here are some engineering-related databases that can be helpful:

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Is this journal peer-reviewed? Is this a trade magazine?

Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory can help you answer these questions.  Simply search the journal title to determine if it is peer reviewed/refereed (look for the tiny referee shirt). Ulrich's will also tell you if the title is a trade magazine or journal.

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