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.
Andrew G. DuMez Memorial Lecture: “The Role of Measurements and Standards in the Development and Manufacturing of Biopharmaceuticals” with Michael Tarlov, PhD.
Don’t miss the latest edition of the HS/HSL’s Connective Issues newsletter.
What does entrepreneurship look like on our campus? Join the President’s Fellows for their report on Monday, April 3 at 4 p.m. in the SMC Campus Center, Elm Room B.
Event brings together top researchers from two of Baltimore’s premier academic institutions.
UMB thanks the 2,027 people who completed the ARMADA Ltd. survey on UMB security concerns and congratulates the five gift card winners.
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 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!
Don’t miss this lecture on flow cytometry on March 28 at 10:30 a.m. in the Bressler Research Building.
Come meet the latest addition to the UMGCCC FCSS Core and find out what it can do for you!
A 14-week clinical trial is being conducted of an investigational medication for the treatment of heavy drinking.
We are currently seeking volunteers to participate in a research study comparing people with chronic migraine to pain-free controls. This study is being conducted at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
The UMB community is invited to a powerful exhibition by UMB CURE Scholars that reaffirms the necessity of health career pathway programs that target underserved neighborhoods in Baltimore.
Join us, March 20, for the Institute for Global Health Seminar Series – “The Science and Politics of Malaria Elimination in Myanmar.”
Findings published by Jana Shen and colleagues illustrate the power of molecular simulations to help researchers better understand key atomic-level changes.