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The UCSF Library is reducing its hours of operation effective September 7, 2009. This is the result of reduced staffing levels, one of several steps the Library is taking to achieve budget targets. The shorter hours of operation affect both the Parnassus Campus library and Mission Bay.
The reduced hours were determined by reviewing available usage data and eliminating hours when UCSF use is the lowest. For hours the Library is not open, secure classrooms at both Parnassus and Mission Bay will be available to students. See details on these and other alternative study spaces.
A new exhibit presents a selection of surgical instruments and glass objects used in everyday life during the Roman Period from the 2nd century BC to the 4th century AD.
While medicine in classical antiquity relied mainly on incantations, the gods, and use of magical herbs, the surgical instruments found in various archeological sites are strikingly similar to those used by surgeons in Western Europe and America well into the 20th century.
When you're searching PubMed@UCSF, sometimes it takes several clicks to get from a citation to the article you want. Wouldn't it be great to get to the full text immediately?