Voluntary certification furthers the School’s commitment to continuous quality improvement and evidence-based best practices in assessment.
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.
JMP statistical discovery software from SAS – the tool of choice for scientists and other data explorers – is available through CITS’ Software Licensing Office.
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!
Join a great group for professional development, networking, collaborating, and developing friendships.
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!
The Software Licensing Office is excited to announce that Microsoft Project Professional 2013 and Visio Professional 2013 are now available for purchase by faculty, staff, and students at a deep discount.
EIX will highlight UMB’s entrepreneurial progress and achievements through presentations by student and faculty entrepreneurs, as well as through panel discussions with key university influencers.
Findings published by Jana Shen and colleagues illustrate the power of molecular simulations to help researchers better understand key atomic-level changes.
Maryland Neuroimaging Retreat is an annual meeting of Baltimore-Washington area neuroimaging researchers, postdocs, and students.
Learn how the University of Maryland and International Life Science Institute are working together to provide researchers with access to data from the in vivo Pig-a gene mutation assay.