Libraries, reading rooms, journals and volumes available to doctoral students

Doctoral students will have unrestricted access to the Departmental Library of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Department's CU024 building and the Physiology Library at the Department's CU027 building. Both libraries are equipped with spacious reading rooms.
Half of the reading rooms at the Pharmacology and Toxicology Library in building CU024 are reserved for doctoral students. In addition, in the same building, there is a study room for the exclusive and unrestricted use of doctoral students, located on the ground floor of the building, and two meeting roomsalso on the ground floor that can be reserved by doctoral students for their study activities or scientific discussions and that are also equipped with large wall-mounted monitors and environmental cameras, also allowing for teleconference use.
Scientific journal subscriptions:
Ph.D. students will have access to all databases used in the biomedical field, and for which Sapienza guarantees access, thanks to the presence of numerous workstations with access to the Sapienza web network that will be available to Ph.D. students on the premises of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology. Tutor teachers will be available to doctoral students for training on the consultation and use of these databases. Part of this training will also be deepened in the training courses.

Access to volumes of Pharmacology and Toxicology:
In addition to the volumes in the Sapienza libraries, doctoral students will also have access to volumes from the Pharmacology, Toxicology and Physiology LibraryDepartmental. In addition, all faculty members of the college make available to doctoral students the volumes from their collections present at their offices in their university locations. Such availability ensures full coverage of the topics of the Doctoral Program.
Historical volumes of Pharmacology and Toxicology are kept in the Pharmacology library and are available to the doctoral students. Furthermore, in addition to all the scientific journals to which Sapienza University subscribes, Ph.D. students will also have at their disposal thehistorical archives of the following journals to which the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology has subscribed:Brain press, Journal of neurophisiology,Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, Molecular pharmacology, Nationalacademy of sciences, Pharmacologicalreviwes, Physiological reviews, Jama psychiatry. Such availabilityassures full coverage of the Course topics.

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