Intervention May Be Key to Controlling Malaria in Africa and Other Tropical Countries, UM School of Medicine Researchers FindLearn More about Landmark Study Suggests Malaria-Preventive Drugs Dramatically Reduce Infections and Improve Health of School Children
Hospitalized Patients Who Were Taking Daily Aspirin Had Lower Risk of ICU Admission, Ventilation, and Dying from the VirusLearn More about New Landmark Study at UM School of Medicine Finds Aspirin Use Reduces Risk of Death in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients
Finding Could Lead to More Aggressive Strategies to Lower Cholesterol in Early AdulthoodLearn More about Having High Cholesterol Levels Early in Life Leads to Heart Problems by Middle Age, UM School of Medicine Study Finds
$2.3 million Award Targeted for “High-Risk, High Reward” Research that Aims to Understand Contribution of Blood Flow to Brain PlasticityLEARN MORE about UM School of Medicine Scientist Receives Prestigious NIH Director's New Innovator Award
The UMSOM Health and Recovery Practice Offers Comprehensive Services for Those Suffering from Addiction DisordersLearn More about UMSOM Addiction Services Adapt to Challenges of COVID-19 Pandemic
Researchers Are Vaccinating Participants to Test the COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Developed by ModernaLearn More about COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Begins at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
Finding Could Lead to Future Treatments for Hearing LossLearn More about UM School of Medicine Researchers Identify Role of Crucial Protein in Development of New Hair Cells Needed for Hearing
Research Could Lead to New Understanding of Interplay Between Cognitive Disorders and Opioid Abuse Linked to Persistent HIV InfectionsLearn More about UM School of Medicine Researchers Receive $7 Million Grant To Establish Data Center for HIV and Substance Use Disorders
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