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Greg Carey, PhD
Greg Carey, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
As the Director of Student Summer Research and Community Outreach, Carey oversees and is responsible for medical student research activities, including electives, summer, and year-off activities. He oversees recruitment to and advising for the School of Medicine's summer research programs for health professional, undergraduate, and high school students.
In his outreach roles within the OSR and as a co-chair of the President's Outreach Council, Carey explores research, mentoring and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) educational opportunities for students at all levels and from broad backgrounds, on and off the UMB campus. In addition, Carey is the leader (P.I.) of an NIH/NCI-funded research program focused on increasing the understanding of factors that determine life and death decisions in lymphoma and other cancers.
His teaching activities cover basic and special topics in immunology and oncology in the Graduate School and the schools of medicine and dentistry. Carey is a member of the Center for Vascular and Inflammatory Diseases (CVID) and the Greenebaum Cancer Center.