Included are stories about UMB’s critical COVID-19 research, academic and community engagement initiatives, and how we’ve worked to keep the University running — and thriving — during the pandemic.
We are excited to release the second issue of the University of Maryland, Baltimore's (UMB) CATALYST magazine. This dynamic digital issue includes stories about UMB’s critical COVID-19 research, academic and community engagement initiatives, and how we’ve worked to keep the University up and running — and thriving — during this unprecedented health care crisis.
At the heart of the issue is a story about the exhaustive work being done on COVID-19 vaccines and therapies at our School of Medicine’s Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health (CVD), led by director Kathleen Neuzil, MD, MPH.
You’ll also learn about Francis King Carey School of Law professor Larry Gibson’s writings on Thurgood Marshall, the CURE Scholars Program celebrating five years of transformative educational outreach in West Baltimore, and research at the School of Social Work targeting health and educational disparities. Plus you’ll even get a peek at what’s on Dr. Neuzil’s desk.
Please enjoy the latest issue of CATALYST, and discover how UMB’s big ideas are changing the world.