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Disability access info: contact the library or e-mail scd-handicap@univ-amu.fr

Calendrier des horaires pour la période septembre-décembre 2023.

Opening hours

Week 24: June 10 to 16, 2024
Monday08:00 - 21:00
Tuesday08:00 - 21:00
Wednesday08:00 - 21:00
Thursday08:00 - 21:00
Friday08:00 - 21:00
Saturday08:30 - 12:30
SundayClosed

Useful info

Address:

27 Boulevard Jean Moulin

13005 Marseille

France

Tel: 04 91 32 43 55

How to get there:

  • Metro M1: La Timone stop
  • Bus n°12, 40, 52 or 54: La Timone stop
  • Bus n°72 or 91: Jean Moulin Facultés stop

Please note: Aix-Marseille Université students and staff access campus with their AMU card. Users who do not have an AMU card must notify the library (by telephone or via the"Need help?" service) ahead of their first visit so as to ensure their entrance on campus.

Coordonnées

43.288, 5.40339

The Medicine-Odontology library houses specialized medical and paramedical collections.

  • 1st floor: dentistry
  • 2nd floor: applied sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology) and medical sciences (anatomy, physiology, oncology, specialties, etc.), as well as general knowledge (novels, comics, personal accounts, history of medicine, etc.) and magazines.

The library also offers an excellent collection of textbooks to prepare for residency: all specialized textbooks are purchased in multiple copies and are available on the 2nd floor.

The library also stores older collections in stacks, for indirect access, in all medical fields. The library also holds heritage collections dating back as far as 1518 (medicine, science, pharmacy, some general works).

See the description of the medicine-odontology library heritage collections.

Need help?

Do you have a question? A librarian will answer you immediately by chat or within 48 working hours by e-mail.

We mainly answer questions about AMU services, collections and research tools.

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