Saturday, April 01, 2017 - Sunday, April 30, 2017
1st annual Entrepreneurship and Innovation Expo 11:00 AM | SMC Campus Center, Elm Room A and B The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Network (EIN) is pleased to present the 1st annual Entrepreneurship and Innovation Expo at University of Maryland, Baltimore.
The Stephen R. Max, PhD Memorial Lecture 2:00 PM | School of Medicine, HSF II Auditorium Guest speaker, Crystal Mackall, MD, will give a lecture on "Engineered T Cells for Cancer Therapy: Progress and Challenges."
School of Medicince Social Justice Lecture 5:00 PM | Health Science Facility II, HSF Auditorium, 20 Penn St. The School of Medicine Social Justice Curriculum will be hosting a lecture on redlining given by UMB law professor, Dr. Barbara Bezdek.
Funding Opportunities through the US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) 9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This seminar will introduce participants to the types of grant applications available through the VA, including eligibility requirements, tips for applying, and insights into the review process.
UMGCCC Flow Cytometry Shared Services Lunch and Learn Lecture Series 12:00 PM | HSFII Room 600 UMGCCC Flow Cytometry Shared Services Lunch and Learn Lecture Series Brings to You "The Amnis Imaging Flow Cytometer! Come meet the latest addition to the UMGCC FCSS Core and what it can do for you!
How Does the Brain Become Epileptic? From the Clinic to the Lab and Back” 4:00 PM | Shock Trauma Auditorium Room-T1R18 Dr Baram has been studying how early life febrile status epilepticus can convert a normal brain into an epileptic one.
Getting Promoted in an Academic Medical Institution 9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 349 Dr. Amy Fulton will present information outlining the SOM Appointments, Promotion and Tenure Policy and Procedures.
SOM Council Meeting - April 2017 4:00 PM | Taylor Lecture Hall, BRB School of Medicine Council Meeting with Research Presenter Dr. Bogdan Stoica
NIH Loan Repayment Programs (Info session) 9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore St., MSTF Building, Room 316 Dr. Dan Morgan is a past recipient of the NIH LRP and will discuss the basic elements of the application process, including eligibility, as well as sharing some of his own experience with this award.