Issued by the American Heart Association, new scientific statement offers advice for managing potential interactions between statins and other commonly prescribed heart disease drugs.
Join University of Maryland Orthopaedics for free lunch and learn seminars at our Camden Yards location. Lunch will be served. Register at umfpi.org/ortholunch.
Join Nicolas Terry, LLM, as he discusses health care policy in this “second machine age,” as the industry attempts to assimilate to not only patient-facing technologies such as medical apps but also next generation technologies such as robotics and AI.
Student pharmacists commemorate success of multiyear campaign to reduce heart attacks and strokes and promote heart health.
Fourth-year student pharmacist shares his reflections from a recent experiential learning rotation with Sheppard Pratt Health System.
Stop by the SMC Campus Center on Tuesday, March 28, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for a free, seated massage, as well as many other wellness offerings.
Please join the Program for Personalized and Genomic Medicine Seminar Series featuring “Architecture of African Genomes: Novel Insights into Human History, Health and Disease” by Charles Rotimi, PhD.
Join us for UMB’s Annual Neighborhood Festival on Saturday, April 22 at the Community Engagement Center! Free health screenings, kids activities, music, food, and more!
Join the School of Medicine’s MPH Program in celebrating National Public Health Week! Everyone is welcome to partake in this year’s festivities, including a fun photo session, community walk, film screening on health disparities, and much more!
Faculty and students from across UMB’s professional schools participate in the state’s inaugural Interprofessional Education (IPE) Advocacy Day.
This workshop, conducted by Robert P. Charrow, J.D. from Greenberg Traurig, LLP, will address misconduct in science, human subjects and privacy, and financial conflicts of interest.
Maryland Neuroimaging Retreat is an annual meeting of Baltimore-Washington area neuroimaging researchers, postdocs, and students.
Join us for this free training to learn the skills needed to excel in cross-cultural interactions.
William McLean, multimedia manager at the School of Pharmacy, was named UMB’s February Employee of the Month.