The School of Medicine Annual Gala
The School of Medicine Gala, Architects of Innovation, will be held on May 3, 2014 at the Baltimore Convention Center
Re-Cap of the 2013 Gala:
The School of Medicine Gala, Transforming Medicine Beyond Imagination,was held at the Baltimore Convention Center on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
- Read about the 2013 School of Medicine Gala
- View the 2013 School of Medicine Gala Video
- View the Facebook photo gallery
- View the Red Carpet Photos
Thanks to Our Gala Sponsors!
The annual School of Medicine Gala is attended by hundreds of Maryland business leaders, legislators, and alumni, as well as faculty, staff and students. More than a night of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and dancing, the Shool of Medicine Gala provides critical funding for basic science and translational research and clinical initiatives at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Gala proceeds also support the Dean’s Academic Development Fund to provide funds for our most critical needs. The 2013 gala raised close to $400,000.
Gala venues have included the Baltimore Convention Center, the Hilton Baltimore, the Baltimore B & O Railroad Museum, the American Visionary Art Museum, and the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
The evening includes a special presentation on the latest research discoveries and the life-saving clinical care provided by esteemed faculty scientists and physicians.
Past gala chairs have included former U.S. Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, former Maryland First Lady Kendall Ehrlich, and current Maryland First Lady Katie O'Malley.
The Baltimore Business Journal named the School of Medicine Gala one of one of its top ten Baltimore fundraisers.
- View the long list of Maryland businesses and organizations that sponsored the School of Medicine Gala in 2013.
Become a Gala Sponsor
Many prominent Maryland businesses are among our dedicated sponsors. Wouldn't you like to join them in making a difference?
If you have further questions regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Governor Martin O'Malley.