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Alumni Resources

Alumni Group

Office of Development

Visit the Office of Development Website to learn more about giving to the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Medical Alumni Association

Established in 1875, the Medical Alumni Association is an independent charitable organization dedicated to supporting the 10,000 alumni, students, faculty, and friends of the School of Medicine. The association hosts the annual alumni reunion, regional receptions, student events, and the annual Historical Clinicopathological Conference with the Baltimore Veterans' Administration.

The Medical Alumni Association is also the official steward of Davidge Hall, the oldest medical school building in continuous use for medical education. In addition, the Association publishes the University of Maryland Medicine Bulletin, a quarterly magazine that features alumni profiles and School of Medicine achievements.

For information on making a gift to the School of Medicine, please contact Michael D. Moyer.

Physical Therapy Alumni Association

The Physical Therapy Alumni Association of the University of Maryland School of Medicine was created in 1986 to promote and foster an ongoing relationship between the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science and its alumni.

For information about supporting the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science and the PTRS Annual Fund, please contact Alexandria Ganzermiller.
 

Medical and Research Technology Alumni

The University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Medical & Research Technology (DMRT) educates the majority of Maryland's medical technology workforce and many of Maryland's biotechnologists. Through its faculty and graduates, the DMRT promotes and enhances Maryland's burgeoning biotechnology sector. For more information about supporting the University of Maryland School of Medicine's efforts in medical and research technology, please contact Darren Parker. 

Fellows and Residents Alumni

By perfecting their clinical skills as residents, conducting research and making new discoveries, residents and fellows have had a positive impact on the lives of many. Through the Fellows and Residents Alumni Association, the University of Maryland School of Medicine maintains an ongoing relationship with these very important groups who carry the Maryland banner through their important work. For more information, please contact the development office at 410-706-8503.

Shock Trauma Fellows and Residents

Founded by University of Maryland School of Medicine alumnus R Adams Cowley, MD, the expertise and reputation of the University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center draws fellows, residents and observers from around the world. Through the Shock Trauma Fellows and Residents Association, the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center maintain an ongoing relationship with those who have trained at this world-renowned trauma center. For more information, please contact Jane Anderson.