Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics: BEAM Resources

Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics at Virginia Tech

Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics encompasses many aspects of engineering and science, but emphasizes the mechanical sciences. Depending upon the curricular options taken, the Virginia Tech graduate should be able to pursue careers from other disciplinary streams, such as mechanical engineers, aerospace engineers, materials engineers, materials scientists, biomedical engineers, and even chemical and civil engineers.

An engineering physics option within BEAM allows a student to consider fields such as nanotechnology, engineering facets of particle physics, and various aspects of the development of advanced materials.

Tools for finding BEAM articles, papers, and technical reports

Tools for obtaining an overview of ESM topics

Interim Engineering Librarian

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Contact: 

coelibrarian-g@vt.edu 

Director, Research Collaboration and Engagement

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Ginny Pannabecker
Contact:
vpannabe@vt.edu
Newman Library, Room 5092

Office Hours are Flexible:
Contact me to arrange an appointment at: vpannabe@vt.edu

Subjects: Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Systems Biology
540-231-7980
Website Skype Contact: Virginia.Pannabecker

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Interlibrary Loan Services

All current Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff, regardless of your location, may request through ILLiad for materials:

  • not owned by Virginia Tech (books, articles from journals and conference proceedings, book chapters, standards, and technical papers)
  • owned by Virginia Tech but are unavailable for use (print books)
  • owned by Virginia Tech and available in print (scans of articles from journals and conference proceedings, book chapters, standards, and technical papers)

We ship requests via UPS to users outside the immediate Blacksburg area (Montgomery, Giles and Pulaski counties).

Articles, book chapters, and many technical papers are delivered in PDF format to your ILLiad account. Occasionally, due to copyright restrictions, a paper copy of an article or standard is held for your at the Newman User Services Desk or sent o the mailing address listed on your account.