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Innovation and Discovery
Emily Heil coordinates UMMC’s antimicrobial stewardship program.
The number of meals served dropped by 58 percent during the first three months of the pandemic.
A Cry for Help: Nursing’s Breman Identifies Challenges COVID-19 Has Created for Pregnancy and Postpartum Care
One effect of the pandemic: Grandparents couldn't offer in-person support.
Innovation and Discovery Archives
Setting the Record Straight: Carey School of Law Professor Larry S. Gibson on the Life of Thurgood Marshall
Gibson is working on a book studying the Supreme Court justice's life from 1938 to 1954.
The ATRIUM Anticoagulation Tool helps guide health care professionals.
Dental assistant professor is part of team whose experimental vaccine has shown promise.
Virginia Rowthorn and Amy Ramirez write a book chapter titled "Human Rights in U.S. Professional Education."
Joseph R. Scalea of the School of Medicine has co-founded three startups.
School of Pharmacy professor James E. Polli will be co-director of the center.
Marik Moen has put research on hold to care for COVID-19 patients.
The Well-Being of Children: Researcher Nadine Finigan-Carr Ties African American Students’ Outcomes to Their Health
She is editor of "Linking Health and Education for African American Students' Success."
Kathleen Neuzil's desk reflects her mentorship of the next generation of vaccinologists.
Jay S. Magaziner of the School of Medicine was honored for his work on aging.
The University System of Maryland fund invests in the most promising USM-affiliated people and technologies.
At the Center of a Global Pandemic: Dr. Kathleen Neuzil’s Team of Experts Works Tirelessly on Vaccines and Therapies to End COVID-19
Several clinical trials have been underway at the Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health.
Members of the community explain why they are taking part in the COVID-19 vaccine trial.
For more than a decade, Paragon Bioservices has made the UM BioPark its headquarters, growing from 30 employees to nearly 400.
Fran Lessans’ journey from nursing school to founder of Passport Health began 51 years ago, when her son was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes.
A revolutionary, non-invasive treatment using an external beam of protons delivered in high doses is designed to attack tumors with protons delivered at ultra-high dose rates and with pinpoint accuracy.
To say that Gary Gardiner Jr. is a fan of the medical team at UMB is more than an understatement.