Increased Global Travel Gives Rise to U.S.-Based Malaria Cases and Need for Better Access to Intravenous TreatmentLEARN MORE about UM School of Medicine Researcher Warns of Need for Malaria Drug to Treat Severe Cases in U.S.
A Single Vaccine Could Help Protect Against Malaria, Dengue and Yellow FeverLearn More about UM School of Medicine Researchers Begin Phase 1 Clinical Trial of Vaccine Against Mosquito-Borne Diseases
Institute for Genome Sciences Scientists at UM School of Medicine Shed Light on How Certain Vaginal Microbiome Can Help Protect Against Sexually Transmitted InfectionsLearn More about Researchers Identify How Vaginal Microbiome Can Elicit Resistance or Susceptibility to Chlamydia
Early Stage Clinical Influenza Vaccine Trial will Evaluate Vaccines With and Without Novel AdjuvantsLEARN MORE about UMSOM’s Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health Part of NIH-Funded Study of Two Seasonal Flu Vaccines
Dr. Marchese to Take Helm of Department That Has Been a Pioneer and Innovator in Physical Therapy Research and EducationLearn More about Award-Winning Scholar and Clinical Expert in Pediatric Physical Therapy, Victoria Marchese, PhD, PT, Named New Chair of the UM School of Medicine's Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Nationally Renowned Surgeon-Scientist to Lead the Department of Surgery at the UM School of MedicineLearn More about University of Maryland School of Medicine Recruits Preeminent Thoracic and Lung Transplant Surgeon-Scientist Christine Lau, MD, MBA, To Be Next Chair of the Department of Surgery
UMSOM Researchers Find the Vast Majority of Radiation Oncology Studies Lack Proper Reporting of Methodology.Learn More about Inconsistent Reporting of Methodologies Makes Most Radiation Biology Studies Impossible to Replicate
Asaf Keller, PhD, Named Interim Department Chair; Margaret McCarthy, PhD, Named Director of the Program in NeuroscienceLEARN MORE about Distinguished Neuroscientist, Longtime Chair of Anatomy and Neurobiology, and Director of the Program in Neuroscience, Michael Shipley, PhD, to Step Down and Return to Faculty
Rural Residency Program Addresses Growing Shortage of Primary Care Providers in Maryland CommunitiesLearn More about UM School of Medicine Awarded HRSA Grant to Establish Rural Residency Program, Partners with University of Maryland Shore Regional Health, Choptank Health System
Nearly all Vaccines Used in Routine U.S. Pediatric Care Tested Through Center For Vaccine Development and Global Health’s Collaboration with the Pediatric Center of Frederick.Learn More about Vaccines Tested in UM School of Medicine’s Center for Vaccine Development Protect Children Around the World
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