Use images from the VMD to manage your online histology course
Added on 03/25/2020 01:46 AM by hortsch
As our classrooms need to stay off limits during this worldwide crisis, online resources like the Virtual Microscopy Database will hopefully help to keep our educational mission going. Please let other colleagues know that the VMD is open to educators and researchers (but not for general student use) for building or supporting their own local online teaching resources. These colleagues are welcome to send us their application and to use the VMD for free.
Best wishes and greeting to all of you from the VMD Administrators
Lisa, Haviva and Michael
Olive, the VMD dog
Added on 01/19/2020 10:30 PM by hortsch
Olive, retired racing greyhound, is applying for the @VMDatabase canine mascot job.
Thank you to a new VMD sponsor
Added on 09/02/2019 03:15 AM by hortsch
Many thanks to Dr. Mike Doyle and the Buonacorsi Foundation for their generous support of the Virtual Microscopy Database. We are grateful to have them as new VMD sponsors.
Additional new images in the University of New England collection
Added on 07/26/2019 11:44 PM by Hortsch
Many new image files have been added to the University of New EnglandCollege of Osteopathic Medicine VMD Collection. Thank you, Dr. Daly, for your work and for sharing your excellent histology images.
New slides in the OSU collection
Added on 07/16/2019 07:42 PM by hortsch
Dr. Bill Meek from the Oklahoma State University Center Health Sci has added many new slides to the OSU collection in the VMD. Please check out the new slides. You may find some gems. Thank you Dr. Meek for making the OSU slides available to the VMD community.