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Human neurosphere under diff -CIII beta tubulin.  Image courtesy of Servio Ramirez, PhD, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, TUSM



  • Various resources, including TUSM PowerPoint templates and digital art, policies and procedures, etc. are available online.  You will need to use your Temple AccessNet user name and password to gain access to this page:


  • Need a laboratory protocol?

The Temple University Library subscribes to 12 of the 17 Current Protocols series (e.g., Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, Immunology, Protein Science, Human Genetics, etc.).  Log on to the library through the TUPortal and type "current protocols" in the search box to gain access to thousands of peer-reviewed lab protocols.


  • Looking for a collaborator at TUSM?

Simply draft a brief email message describing the collaboration you are seeking and send the message to the Office of the Senior Associate Dean for Research at rcoico@temple.edu.  Your message will be sent to all faculty using the TUSM listserv.


  • "Peer" Inside a Study Section

NIH's Center for Scientific Review has produced a pair of videos to give you an inside look at how scientists from across the country review NIH grant applications for scientific and technical merit.  New and established applicants will find insights and understanding that can empower them to improve their applications and increase their chances for receiving a more positive review.  View the videos at: www.csr.nih.gov/video/video.asp.


  • Online Biomedical and Life Science Seminars

Do you need to learn about something that's outside of your area of expertise?  A good way to begin is to hear an expert in the area talk about and illustrate critical concepts about the subject area.  Temple University is a member of the Henry Stewart Talks library of audio visual presentations by leading experts in a wide range of biomedical and life science topics.  The collection is organized into a comprehensive series, regularly updated and growing with over 1,200 talks.  New presentations are constantly becoming available.  Series topics currently available include but are not limited to:

  • Antibiotic resistance
  • The blood brain barrier
  • Chemical biology
  • Molecular chaperones
  • DNA methylation
  • Gene-environment interactions
  • Microarrays
  • Obesity
  • RNA interference

Again, these are just a few of the thematic series of talks available.  The full collection is available at:


Henry Stewart Talks