Under a new race-neutral assessment, thousands of African American persons living with chronic kidney disease could gain access to specialty treatment or transplantation for the first timeLearn More about University of Maryland Medicine to Eliminate Race from Kidney Function Estimates
Cascio will Lead a New Program to Help Students Navigate Financial ChallengesLearn More about UM School of Medicine Names Sofia Cascio as the First Director of Student Financial Wellness
Uncovering the mechanism of vision loss in Usher syndrome yields additional drug targets for eventual development of better therapiesLearn More about Retinoid Therapy May Improve Vision in People with Rare Genetic Disorder, According to Study in Mice from University of Maryland School of Medicine and NIH
University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Institute of Human Virology and MitoPower to Initiate StudiesLearn More about $6.5M Grant Awarded to Develop Treatment for Alcoholic Liver Disease-Associated Kidney Dysfunction
UM School of Medicine Finding May Lead to New Avenues of Research for Identifying Vaccine Targets or TreatmentsLearn More about Unexpected Antibody Type Found in People with Malaria Infections
UM School of Medicine study in mice suggests it may be possible to develop treatments for various medical conditions caused by air pollutionLearn More about New Research Finds Air Pollution Reduces Sperm Counts through Brain Inflammation
Full Endowment of $2.5 Million Includes Funds from Philanthropic Donors and Matching State FundsLearn More about UM School of Medicine Establishes Two New Endowed Professorships and Center for Pathogen Research through Private Gifts and Matching State Funds
Seven-year Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award Given to Dr. Crino for Cutting-Edge ResearchLearn More about University of Maryland School of Medicine Neurology Chair Peter B. Crino, MD, PhD, Receives Prestigious Neuroscience Award
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