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- Global Health Seminar Oct. 16. Our speaker for this event is Manhattan Charurat, PhD, MHS, Director of the Division of Epidemiology & Prevention athe Institute Of Human Virology. Dr. Charuat's discussion will be: Optimizing HIV Prevention in Nigeria: Is Epidemic Control Achievable?
12:00 Noon, SMC Campus Center, Elm Ballroom 208A.
- UM School of Medicine Receives $2 Million Grant for HIV Research in Malawi
- Global Health Seminar Series Kicks Off Sept. 18. Our speaker for this event is Junaid Razzak, MBBS, FACEP, PhD, a professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Razzak's discussion will be: Emergency Health System in Unstable Urban Areas: Experience from Karachi, Pakistan. 12:00 noon, HSF II Auditorium, 20 Penn Street.
- Rear Admiral retired (RADM Ret) Boris D. Lushniak, MD, MPH presented the May Seminar Series titled Infectious Disease Disasters - Emerging, Reemerging, Deliberately Emerging Threats
- Christopher Plowe, MD, MPH, FASTMN presented the March Seminar Series titled The Science and Politics of Malaria Elimination in Myanmar.
- Miriam Laufer, MD, MPH to head Division of Malaria Research.
- Former CVD Director, Myron (Mike) M. Levine, MD, DTPH, Karen Kotloff, MD, and the Global Enteric Multicenter Study (GEMS) team has the #4 most cited CDC article of 2013, Burden and aetiology of diarrhoeal disease in infants and young children in developing countries (the Global Enteric Multicenter Study, GEMS): a prospective, case-control study.
- Experimental Malaria Vaccine Provides Durable Protection Against Multiple Strains in NIH Clinical Trial, 24 Feb 2017.
- Kirsten Lyke, MD and Andrea Berry, MD were two authors on Attenuated PfSPZ Vaccine Induces Strain-transcending T Cells and Durable Protection Against Heterologous Controlled Human Malaria Infection in the 19 Jan 2017 edition of PNAS
- Christopher Plowe, MD, MPH, FASTMN was quoted in the Washington Post article titled Malaria is getting bigger and badder — and we’re not ready for it, 3 Feb 2017
- Myron Levine, MD, DTPH, Simon and Bessie Grollman Distinguished Professor of Medicine and UMSOM's Associate Dean for Global Health, Vaccinology and Infectious Diseases, receives the prestigious 2017 Maxwell Finland Award for Scientific Achievement, given by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID).
- FDA Approves Vaccine for Cholera Invented and Developed at University of Maryland School of Medicine
- The Center for Vaccine Development (CVD) and CVD-Mali hosted the 10th African Rotavirus Symposium in Bamako, Mali
- Myron Levine, MD, DTPH, and his work on cholera challenge studies and cholera vaccines featured in May 20, 2016 Science story, The Truest Test
- Myaing Nyunt, MD, MPH, PhD is featured in the April 22 issue of Science in the article The Unlikely Diplomat, part of a feature series on Malaria.
- Christopher Plowe, MD, MPH, FASTMN was quoted in a feature story about drug resistant malaria in Southeast Asia, Malaria Wars in the April 22, 2016 issue of Science. Malaria Wars
- Skirmishing Over the Scope of the Threat
- New Institute for Global Health at University of Maryland School of Medicine helps Organize Historic Summit to Address Malaria Epidemic in Myanmar
- ASTMH Science Diplomacy: Q&A with Chris Plowe and Myaing Nyunt. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
- Roll Call Online: Malaria as a Catalyst for Change in Myanmar | Commentary