University of Maryland School of Medicine Study Identifies Target for Potentially Developing New Therapies to Treat Age-Related Cognitive DeclineLearn More about How Memory of Personal Interactions Declines with Age
Research Could Lead to Potential New Ways to Prevent Strokes in Young AdultsLearn More about UM School of Medicine Researchers Find Blood Type Linked to Risk of Stroke Before Age 60
University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers demonstrated that a stress response in the brain is essential for ketamine’s antidepressant response in mice suggesting new ways to improve antidepressant therapy for patients who do not respond to the treatmentLearn More about Effects of Drugs in Mice can Depend on the Sex of the Human Experimenter
Donation from Blazeman Foundation for ALS Could Lead to Potential New Discoveries and Treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral SclerosisLearn More about $800K Donation Will Fund New Discoveries and Treatments for ALS
Findings Could Lead to Treatments for a Variety of ConditionsLearn More about UM School of Medicine Study Finds a New Way to Optimize Treatment Success for Fecal Transplants
In His New Role, Dr. O’Donnell Will Oversee UMSOM’s Broad Research Enterprise; Continue to Advance School’s Position as Global Leader in Biomedical ResearchLearn More about Senior Academic Leader and Internationally Recognized Scientist Christopher P. O'Donnell, PhD, Appointed Vice Dean for Research Development and Operations at UM School of Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine Study Findings Provide a New Understanding of the Disease Mechanism and Treatment OptionsLearn More about Gene Mutations from Patients with Debilitating Seizure and Movement Disorder Created in Mice
Vaccine does not interfere with routine measles-rubella vaccine in Malawian childrenLEARN MORE about New Study Confirms Typhoid Vaccine Safety, Immune Response in Children
Two UMSOM faculty members are investigators on research that is likely to inform future decision making on COVID-19 boostersLEARN MORE about New Study Finds Rapid Decline in Vaccine-Boosted Neutralizing Antibodies Against Omicron Subvariant BA.5
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