The Bryant Collection
The Bryant Collection boasts more than a thousand books by physician-writers. The books range from fiction to nonfiction, from the well-known (William Carlos Williams) to the more obscure (Peter Goldsworthy).
The collection is a gift of Daniel C. Bryant, MD, a practicing physician-writer who became interested in the work of his colleagues both living and dead. The collection is intended to inspire and encourage medical students and others to recognize the writer within.
Many of the titles listed by Dr. Bryant are available in Ehrman Medical Library's collection. Books are available for circulation for up to four weeks at a time. Please visit the library to further explore this collection.
Suggest a book
The Bryant Collection is an open collection of fiction, poetry and other humanities books by physician authors. If there is a book that you feel should be included in the collection, drop us a line using the Ask the Library form on the NYU Health Sciences Libraries website explaining why you believe the book would be a good fit for the collection.
Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database
In addition to the Bryant Collection, another resource that pairs science with humanities is the Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database. This database is a comprehensive resource for teaching and studying Medical Humanities.