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Biomedical Science (BIMS) Guide

The Medical Sciences Library is always open virtually 24/7/365. You may use this guide to help you access electronic databases, journals, or books. You may contact us anytime at for help or to arrange a research consultation. You may visit us and reserve a place.


a picture showing the courtyard of the Texas A&M University Medical Sciences Library (College Station, TX) including an abstract statueWelcome to the Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) Research Guide.

The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of the resources and services available to BIMS students and faculty through the Texas A&M University Libraries Medical Sciences Library and librarians.  

Texas A&M University Libraries have several libraries focused on particular subject areas in their collections and services; every library is open to all students. For biomedical science students, the Medical Sciences Library (MSL) is your home library where you will find your Biomedical Sciences Librarian and the services and resources most relevant to your program.

Because there are unique resources and spaces available at the Evans Library and Annex, it can provide you with additional support for your other classes. 

Medical Sciences Library

Start at the Medical Sciences Library website as you would while on campus. Either search the catalog for the journal or book you need; or click the database you want to use. When you access the TAMU subscription, a prompt for your NetID and password appears.

Resources you can access off campus:

  • Electronic databases
  • Electronic articles
  • Electronic journals (ejournals)
  • Electronic books (ebooks)


  • Some electronic resources don't require off campus logins.
  • You do not need to log in to the proxy server before you look for your resource.

If you have trouble accessing an electronic resource, please contact or 979-845-7428.