This guide will help you find information for physics research. If you can’t find what you’re looking or don’t know where to start, please contact Justin Fuhr, the Medical Physics librarian.
|If you need to find:||Use:|
|Peer-reviewed journal articles||Articles & Databases|
|Broad topics or background information||Books|
|Quick information on unfamiliar topics, words, or phrases||Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, & Handbooks|
|Influential or highly-cited journals||Articles & Databases|
|Most recent medical physics research that may not be formally published||Preprints & Current Research|
|Information on how to cite or organize journal articles, books, or other sources||Citing & Writing|
|Help with academic writing||Citing & Writing|
|Generative AI tools for your research||Using Generative AI for Library Research|
Wondering how librarians can help you?
For students, I can:
For faculty and staff, I can:
Lean Library Browser Extension
Access your research anytime, anywhere. The Lean Library browser extension makes it simple to access academic articles, journals and databases licensed by the UM Libraries, wherever you are and whenever you need it.