An update on the public art design that was selected for the UMB campus and the results of an informal poll.
Issued by the American Heart Association, new scientific statement offers advice for managing potential interactions between statins and other commonly prescribed heart disease drugs.
Student pharmacists commemorate success of multiyear campaign to reduce heart attacks and strokes and promote heart health.
Andrew G. DuMez Memorial Lecture: “The Role of Measurements and Standards in the Development and Manufacturing of Biopharmaceuticals” with Michael Tarlov, PhD.
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.
Gail Schoen Lemaire, associate professor and associate dean for the Master of Science program, University of Maryland School of Nursing, was awarded honorable mention for the 2017 Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Educator Vanguard Award.
The University of Maryland School of Nursing remains ranked No. 1 for two of its master’s specialties/options and has an additional master’s specialty ranked in the top five.
Don’t miss UMBrella’s New and Expecting Parent Support Group.
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!
Please join the UMB Muslim Students and Scholars Association on Wednesday, March 29, for our spring banquet, Strength in Numbers: Building Unity During Distress.
Don’t miss the spring 2017 Career Fair at the School of Nursing.
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.
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.