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Lister Hill Library Support for the CCTS



This guide for Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) links to research resources and strategies to use them well. Click on the tabs above to move through the guide. You should be able to link to resources and search directly from this guide.

Working off campus

Most online resources are available off campus. Access them through library website:


Use this Full Text@UAB Libraries button to access the resources.

Welcome to Lister Hill Library

Library Floors:  Download Floor Plans

  • Plaza Level: HUB Service Desk, computers,Group Study Rooms, comfortable seating areas, test prep books and textbooks for use in library,  scanner, color copier, vending machines, microwave
  • 2nd Floor: Books, Quiet study space, some computers
  • Ground floor: Graduate School,  Financial Aid, Testing Labs, G17
  • Basement:  Stacks are closed. Free document delivery or ask HUB staff to assist you.
  • Third floor: Historical Collection, UAB Archives

Your Library Liaison

 As your liaison to Lister Hill Library, I offer personalized library services including:

  • Research support
  • Individual consultations
  • Expert literature searches
  • Assistance with systematic reviews
  • EndNote support
  • Presentations and instruction for faculty, staff and students
  • Assistance with complying with the NIH Public Access Policy

 Help me to understand your needs better! Invite me to:

  • Meet you in person, by phone, or online through email or IM
  • Attend departmental or research team meetings
  • Participate in journal clubs

I look forward to working with you!


How to Use Lister Hill Library Online

These 2 videos demonstrates how to use the features of the LHL homepage. If you cannot view the videos, click here.  Use the icons below the screen to increase the quality or watch in full screen view.

Working on the Open Web

This video shows how to get full text by using PubMed from the LHL Homepage. If your article is not in PubMed, try the Google Scholar tab or Scopus tabs, putting the article title in quotes.

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