December 2014

UMB In the News

January 5, 2015
Flint-bred 'dentist to the stars' brightens smiles for Isaac Hayes, Busta Rhymes, Paula Abdul

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Flint-bred 'dentist to the stars' brightens smiles for Isaac Hayes, Busta Rhymes, Paula Abdul" on mlive.com - Dec. 31

January 5, 2015
Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials

Ricardo Feldman of the School of Medicine was quoted and the University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials" - Dec. 26

January 5, 2015
Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction

Aaron Greenblatt of the School of Medicine authored a letter to the editor titled "Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction" in the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Sun - Dec. 23

December 24, 2014
Nursing School Holds First December Commencement Ceremonies

Jane M. Kirschling was quoted and Jay M. Perman was mentioned in the article, "Nursing School Holds First December Commencement Ceremonies," on umarylandedu.

umarylandedu - Dec. 18

December 24, 2014
SSW Enters Partnership to Improve Adoption Outcomes

Richard P. Barth and Marlene Matarese of the School of Social Work were quoted and Bethany Lee, Michelle Zabel, and Meredith Waudby were mentioned in the article, "SSW Enters Partnership to Improve Adoption Outcomes," on umaryland.edu.

umaryland.edu - Dec. 23

December 24, 2014
IPE Approach Improves Treatment of Seniors

Reba Cornman of the Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program, David Williams of the School of Dentistry, Kelley Macmillan of the School of Social Work, Stephanie Callinan of the School of Pharmacy, Nancy Lerner of the School of Nursing and David Loreck and Vincent Conroy, both of the School of Medicine, all were featured in the umaryland.edu article "IPE Approach Improves Treatment of Seniors."

umaryland.edu - Dec. 19

December 24, 2014
Claudia Baquet, University of Maryland School of Medicine Associate Dean and a Longtime Researcher on Health Disparities, Celebrates 20 Years at the School

Claudia Baquet of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Claudia Baquet, University of Maryland School of Medicine Associate Dean and a Longtime Researcher on Health Disparities, Celebrates 20 Years at the School" on medschool.umaryland.edu.

medschool.umaryland.edu - Dec. 19

December 24, 2014
On social media, trying to discern a rant from an imminent explosion of violence

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Washinton Post article "On social media, trying to discern a rant from an imminent explosion of violence."Washinton Post - Dec.

December 24, 2014
More must be done to address aftermath of violence, advocates say

Bronwyn Mayden of the School of Social Work was featured in the article "More must be done to address aftermath of violence, advocates say" in the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 23

December 24, 2014
On social media, trying to discern a rant from an imminent explosion of violence

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post story "On social media, trying to discern a rant from an imminent explosion of violence."

Washington Post - Dec. 24

December 23, 2014
No habrá paz para los troles de internet

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "No habrá paz para los troles de internet" on technologyreview.es - Dec. 21

December 23, 2014
Pradip’s musical memory from 1996

Shyam Kottilil  of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Pradip’s musical memory from 1996" on indiatimes.com - Dec. 23

December 23, 2014
Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction

Aaron Greenblatt of the School of Medicine authored a letter to the editor titled "Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction" that appeared in the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Sun - Dec. 23

December 23, 2014
Report: FBI’s Investigation of 2001 Anthrax Attacks Was Flawed, Inaccurate

Michael Greenberger of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security at the School of Law was quoted in the article "Report: FBI’s Investigation of 2001 Anthrax Attacks Was Flawed, Inaccurate" on ticklethewire.com - Dec. 22

December 23, 2014
Tracking Neuroinflammation in Development, Neurodegenerative Disease

Margaret McCarthy of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Tracking Neuroinflammation in Development, Neurodegenerative Disease" on dana.org - Dec. 22

Margaret McCarthy

December 23, 2014
On-Demand Webcast: Increasing CPAP Compliance

Emerson Wickwire of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "On-Demand Webcast: Increasing CPAP Compliance" on sleepreviewmag.com - Dec. 22

On-Demand Webcast: Increasing CPAP Compliance
On-Demand Webcast: Increasing CPAP Compliance
On-Demand Webcast: Increasing CPAP Compliance

December 23, 2014
EPA gives weak protections to communities threatened by toxic coal ash

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was quoted in the article "EPA gives weak protections to communities threatened by toxic coal ash" on southernstudies.org - Dec. 22

December 23, 2014
Medical Mysteries: Cancer patient was given no hope, but fought anyway

Mohan Suntharalingam of the School of Medicine was quoted, and the Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Center Center mentioned in the Washington Post article "Medical Mysteries: Cancer patient was given no hope, but fought anyway." Washington Post - Dec. 22

December 22, 2014
A Conversation At The Intersection Of Religion And Public Schools

Peter Danchin of the School of Law was interviewed for the radio segment "A Conversation At The Intersection Of Religion And Public Schools" that aired on Maryland Morning on WYPR. WYPR - Dec. 22

December 22, 2014
A brand new TV for a penny? Why these super-low Amazon prices are too good to be true

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was interviewed for the radio segment "A brand new TV for a penny? Why these super-low Amazon prices are too good to be true" that aired on cbc.ca - Dec. 21

December 22, 2014
Congressmen who moved to block D.C. marijuana initiative: hypocritical or helpful?

Robert Percival of the School of Law authored a letter to the editor titled "Congressmen who moved to block D.C. marijuana initiative: hypocritical or helpful?" that appeared in the Washington Post. Washington Post - Dec. 19

December 22, 2014
Mobility brakes on ageing

Jack Guralnik of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Mobility brakes on ageing" on omantribune.com - Dec. 22

December 22, 2014
Diane DePanfilis | UM School of Social Work

Diane DePanfilis of the School of Social Work was featured in the Daily Record article, "Diane DePanfilis | UM School of Social Work."

Daily Record - Dec. 22

December 22, 2014
New study flags broken-bone treatment in children

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "New study flags broken-bone treatment in children" on fredericksburg.com - Dec. 21

December 22, 2014
Report: FBI Investigation Into Anthrax Attack Was Flawed

Michael Greenberger of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security at the School of Law was interviewed for the segment "Report: FBI Investigation Into Anthrax Attack Was Flawed" that aired on WJZ-TV - Dec. 21

December 22, 2014
Fighting violence's hidden effects

The School of Social Work was featured in the Baltimore Sun editorial,  "Fighting violence's hidden effects." 

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 21

December 22, 2014
Can Egypt be HIV/AIDS free? 8 tips from a trip to the US

Robert Gallo of the Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Can Egypt be HIV/AIDS free? 8 tips from a trip to the US" on english.ahram.org.eg - Dec - 21

December 22, 2014
Relatives of Baltimore murder victims struggle with grief

Tanya L. Sharpe of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article, "Relatives of Baltimore murder victims struggle with grief," in the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 21

December 22, 2014
Bruce Stanley on Corporate Crime in West Virginia

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Bruce Stanley on Corporate Crime in West Virginia" on corporatecrimereporter.com - Dec. 20

December 22, 2014
The Health Benefits of Fatherhood

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "The Health Benefits of Fatherhood" on parents.com - Dec. 20

December 22, 2014
Don’t Believe The Hype – We Are A Long Way From An HIV Cure

Robert Gallo of the Institute for Human Virology at the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Don’t Believe The Hype – We Are A Long Way From An HIV Cure" on iflscience.com - Dec. 9

December 19, 2014
Former Montgomery doctor Lutz is ruled mentally fit to be tried in 2002 slaying

Larry Fitch of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "Former Montgomery doctor Lutz is ruled mentally fit to be tried in 2002 slaying."

Washington Post - Dec. 18

December 19, 2014
The Weird Way Someone New Can Make You Love Your Partner So Much More

Kathleen Deal of the School of Social Work was interviewed for the article "The Weird Way Someone New Can Make You Love Your Partner So Much More" in Prevention.

Prevention - Dec. 18

December 19, 2014
Moratorium on risky experiments lifted for MERS mouse studies

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Moratorium on risky experiments lifted for MERS mouse studies" on Science and on KVRS-FM.

Science KVRS-FM - Dec. 18

December 19, 2014
Monarch Academy Baltimore Names Greg Gann President

Natalie Eddington of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the Citybizlist Baltimore story "Monarch Academy Baltimore Names Greg Gann President."

Citybizlist Baltimore - Dec. 18

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December 19, 2014
Monarch Academy Baltimore Names Greg Gann President

Natalie Eddington, dean of the School of Pharmacy, was featured in the article "Monarch Academy Baltimore Names Greg Gann President" on Citibizlist.

Citibizlist - Dec. 18

December 19, 2014
One-stop science shop has become a favorite of industry—and Texas

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was quoted in the Center for Public Integrity story "One-stop science shop has become a favorite of industry—and Texas."

Center for Public Integrity - Dec. 19

December 19, 2014
Live, Laugh, Love

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was featured in the Huffington Post story "Live, Laugh, Love."

Huffington Post - Dec. 18

December 19, 2014
Mobilization of Recovered Ebola Patients Could Provide Desperately Needed Manpower in Fight to Curb Epidemic

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Health Canal story "Mobilization of Recovered Ebola Patients Could Provide Desperately Needed Manpower in Fight to Curb Epidemic."

Health Canal - Dec. 17

December 19, 2014
NIH Allows Restart Of MERS Research That Had Been Questioned

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine ws mentioned in the NPR story "NIH Allows Restart Of MERS Research That Had Been Questioned."

NPR - Dec. 18

December 18, 2014
Mobilization of Recovered Ebola Patients Could Provide Desperately Needed Manpower in Fight to Curb Epidemic

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Mobilization of Recovered Ebola Patients Could Provide Desperately Needed Manpower in Fight to Curb Epidemic" on HealthCanal.

HealthCanal - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Confirmed: UMass President Will be Chancellor of University System of Maryland

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Confirmed: UMass President Will be Chancellor of University System of Maryland" on BostInno.

BostInno - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Lead Up To The Annapolis Summit: Pre-Trial Issues

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed on the Marc Steiner Show segment, "Lead Up To The Annapolis Summit: Pre-Trial Issues," on WEAA-FM.

WEAA - Dec. 12

December 18, 2014
Common Factors for Teens at Risk for Alcohol Abuse

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the PsychCentral story "Common Factors for Teens at Risk for Alcohol Abuse."

PsychCentral - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Editorial: Resolutions

Stuart Mervis of the School of Medicine authored the commentary "Editorial: Resolutions" in Applied Radiology.

Applied Radiology - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
9 Proven Ways To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was quoted in the EveryDay article "9 Proven Ways To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat."

EveryDay - Dec. 18

December 18, 2014
Law Prof Tells 4th Circ. $13.5M Lexis Deal Rewrites FCRA

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was featured in the Law360 story "Law Prof Tells 4th Circ. $13.5M Lexis Deal Rewrites FCRA."

Law360 - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Mining Existing Drugs for Ebola Treatments

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was quoted in The Scientist article "Mining Existing Drugs for Ebola Treatments."

The Scientist - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Glibenclamide Treatment for Limiting Progressive Hemorrhagic Necrosis Following Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

J. Marc Simard of the School of Medicine was featured in the CDMRP Department of Defense article "Glibenclamide Treatment for Limiting Progressive Hemorrhagic Necrosis Following Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury."

CDMRP Department of Defense - Dec. 17

December 18, 2014
Nurse Scientist Participates in First-Ever RWJF Scholars Forum

Yolanda Ogbolu of the School of Nursing's Office of Global Health was featured in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation article, "Nurse Scientist Participates in First-Ever RWJF Scholars Forum,"  which also mentioned the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Dec. 16

December 18, 2014
A Global Scam Too Good to Be True

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law's Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed in the Bloomberg TV video report,  "A Global Scam Too Good to Be True ,"

Bloomberg TV - Dec. 17

 

December 17, 2014
Johns Hopkins’ role in building experimental Ebola treatment ZMapp

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Johns Hopkins’ role in building experimental Ebola treatment ZMapp" on Technical.ly/Baltimore.

Technical.ly/Baltimore - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
Common Factors for Teens at Risk for Alcohol Abuse

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Common Factors for Teens at Risk for Alcohol Abuse" on PsychCentral.

PsychCentral - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
Pretrial justice, from Maryland to Malawi

The Daily Record article, "Pretrial justice, from Maryland to Malawi,"  quoted Rebecca Bowman-Rivas and Doug Colbert of the School of Law, and was accompanied by a photograph of Colbert. The School of Social Work, the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and the Center for Global Education Initiatives. were also mentioned.

Daily Record - Dec. 17

December 17, 2014
FDA Appoints Members to New, Influential Advisory Committee

Stephen Hoag of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the RAPS.org story "FDA Appoints Members to New, Influential Advisory Committee."

RAPS.org - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
White Collar Crime and Justice

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law authored the article "White Collar Crime and Justice" on the ACS Blog.

ACS Blog - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
Places to visit in West Baltimore

The National Museum of Dentistry was mentioned in the AARP.org story "Places to visit in West Baltimore."

AARP.org - December

December 17, 2014
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III, Gov.-elect Hogan recall hospital conversation a bit differently

The University of Maryland Medical Center was mentioned in the Washington Business Journal article "Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III, Gov.-elect Hogan recall hospital conversation a bit differently."

Washington Business Journal - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
When raising the minimum wage isn't enough

Jennifer Swanberg of the School of Social Work was quoted in the story "When raising the minimum wage isn't enough" on CNNMoney.

CNNMoney - Dec. 16

December 17, 2014
Preset bail unfair to low-income defendants

Students Nicole Burnette, Diana Griffin and Stephen Thomas of the School of Law authored the Baltimore Sun commentary "Preset bail unfair to low-income defendants," along with Vincent Andrews, Chris Burreuzo, Jeff Irwin, Bryan Riordan and Marc Salvia, also of the School of Law. An excerpt of the commentary appeared on Centermaryland.org.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 16

CenterMaryland.org - Dec. 17

December 17, 2014
International Conference on Science and Engineering Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics

The School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the micetimes.asia article "International Conference on Science and Engineering Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics."

mictimes.asia - Dec. 17

December 17, 2014
Don't believe the hype-we are a long way from an HIV cure

Robert Gallo of the Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Don't believe the hype-we are a long way from an HIV cure" on theconversation.com.

theconversation.com - Dec. 16

December 16, 2014
Wise up, make websites accessible

School of Law professor Kathryn Jackson and School of Law student Adina Katz co-authored the op ed "Wise up, make websites accessible" that appeared in the San Francisco Daily Journal. View a link to the hard copy - Dec. 4

December 16, 2014
Johns Hopkins’ role in building experimental Ebola treatment ZMapp

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Johns Hopkins’ role in building experimental Ebola treatment ZMapp" on technical.ly - Dec. 16

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December 16, 2014
Depression Makes It Tougher to Beat Rheumatoid Arthritis

Alan Rathbun of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Depression Makes It Tougher to Beat Rheumatoid Arthritis" on Healthline.

Healthline - Dec. 15

December 16, 2014
Program hopes to spur economic projects near universities, nonprofits

Jay A. Perman, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, was mentioned and the University of Maryland BioPark was pictured in the article "Program hopes to spur economic projects near universities, nonprofits" in The Daily Record.

The Daily Record - Dec. 16

December 16, 2014
6 skjulte grunde til slagtilfælde hos kvinder

Steven Kittner of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "6 skjulte grunde til slagtilfælde hos kvinder" on Avisen.dk.

Avisen.dk - Dec. 15

December 16, 2014
Kids talk about sharing, cyber-bullying and hashtags on Instagram

Sheridan Phillips of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "Kids talk about sharing, cyber-bullying and hashtags on Instagram" on WMAR-TV.

WMAR-TV - Dec. 15

December 16, 2014
Big-Data Scientists Face Ethical Challenges After Facebook Study

Leslie Meltzer Henry of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Big-Data Scientists Face Ethical Challenges After Facebook Study" in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Chronicle of Higher Education - Dec. 15

December 16, 2014
Nonprofit Matters: ACH establishes national advisory panel on foster care

Richard P. Barth, dean of the School of Social Work, was mentioned in the article "Nonprofit Matters: ACH establishes national advisory panel on foster care" in the Fort Worth Business Press.

Fort Worth Business Press - Dec. 15

December 15, 2014
Hate Crimes in Cyberspace

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed on the Midday program segment, "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace ," on WYPR-FM.

WYPR.org - Dec. 15

December 15, 2014
Advocates aim to save Baltimore children from impact of violence

Bronwyn Mayden, Gillian Gregory, Kyla Liggett-Creel, Henriette Taylor, Stacey Stephens, Jennifer Hasselbusch, and student Amanda Malone-Diel of the School of Social Work were mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article, "Advocates aim to save Baltimore children from impact of violence."

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 13

December 15, 2014
After hack, can Sony survive its PR nightmare?

Danielle Citron of the School of Law appeared on the MSNBC show The Cycle during the segment "After hack, can Sony survive its PR nightmare?" MSNBC - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Rohan Goodlett, who killed two in Maryland in 2011, committed to mental hospital

Lawrence Fitch of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "Rohan Goodlett, who killed two in Maryland in 2011, committed to mental hospital." Washington Post - Dec. 14

December 15, 2014
Health Watch: Protecting Eyes

 Samuel Friedel of the School of Medicine appeared on the segment "Health Watch: Protecting Eyes" that aired on Fox 45. Fox 45 - Dec. 14

December 15, 2014
Depression Makes It Tougher to Beat Rheumatoid Arthritis

Alan Rathbun of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Depression Makes It Tougher to Beat Rheumatoid Arthritis" on healthline.com - Dec. 14

December 15, 2014
Cole Field House renovation plan is approved

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Cole Field House renovation plan is approved." The Daily Record - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Hidden devices scrutinize employees

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Hidden devices scrutinize employees" in the San Jose Mercury News. San Jose Mercury News - Dec. 13

December 15, 2014
Prof. Tribe May Not Get Very Far on His EPA Brief

Robert Percival of the School of Law authored a letter that appeared in the Wall Street Journal in response to the article "Prof. Tribe May Not Get Very Far on His EPA Brief. Wall Street Journal - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Obama's Ebola Funding Request (Mostly) Approved

Jay Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was quoted in the aticle "Obama's Ebola Funding Request (Mostly) Approved" on hcplive.com - Dec. 12

Obama's Ebola Funding Request (Mostly) Approved
Obama's Ebola Funding Request (Mostly) Approved

December 15, 2014
The Government Spending Bill: What’s In It For Banks, Big Business And The Middle Class

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and the Center for Health and Homeland Security appeared on the Diane Rehm Show for the segement "The Government Spending Bill: What’s In It For Banks, Big Business And The Middle Class." The Diane Rehm Show - Dec. 15

December 15, 2014
Frosh says he supports proposed PMT restrictions

The School of Law was mentioned in the American Farm article "Frosh says he supports proposed PMT restrictions." American Farm - Dec. 16

December 15, 2014
University of Maryland festival focuses on Ebola vaccine

E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine and Myron Levine of the Center for Vaccine Development at the School of Medicine were featured in the WBFF-TV story "University of Maryland festival focuses on Ebola vaccine," and similar stories on WBAL-TV, the Associated Press, WJZ-TV, and more.

WBFF-TV - Dec. 12

WBAL-TV (via Yahoo! News) - Dec. 12

Associated Press - Dec. 12

WJZ-TV - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Protest movement grows across all spectrums in Baltimore area

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Protest movement grows across all spectrums in Baltimore area." The article also ran on ctnow.com

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 12

ctnow.com - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Gary Bauman, DDS, MS

Gary Bauman of the School of Dentistry was mentioned in the Balitmore Sun article "Gary Bauman, DDS, MS." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 11

December 15, 2014
Health Watch: Protecting eyes

Samuel Friedel of the School of Medicine was featured in the WBFF-TV story "Health Watch: Protecting eyes."

WBFF-TV - Dec. 14

December 15, 2014
Outspoken economist could help shape state's future

The School of Law was mentioned in the Businessweek article "Outspoken economist could help shape state's future.' Businessweek - Dec. 13

December 15, 2014
UMMC Commentary

Martin Edelman of the School of Medicine and the Universitiy of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Center appeared on the  segment "UMMC Commentary" on WYPR. WYPR - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
House-Approved Budget Goes Easy on Banks and Elizabeth Warren Hates It

Michael Greenberger of the School of Lawand the Center for Health and Homeland Security was quoted in the article "House-Approved Budget Goes Easy on Banks and Elizabeth Warren Hates It" on gobankingrates.com - Dec. 12

December 15, 2014
Five questions with Bill Niland, Harpoon Medical CEO

James Gammie of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun was mentioned in the article "Five questions with Bill Niland, Harpoon Medical CEO." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 12

December 12, 2014
If Black Lives Matter, Not Only Police Need to be Accountable

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "If Black Lives Matter, Not Only Police Need to be Accountable" on The Canal.

The Canal - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Police Believe Milford Mill Lockdown Result of Rumor

Vernon Herron of the Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the video report, "Police Believe Milford Mill Lockdown Result of Rumor," on WBFF-FM.

FoxBaltimore.com  - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Addressing Cybersecurity Concerns for Police Cameras

Markus Rauschecker of the Center for Health and Homeland Security was featured in the article "Addressing Cybersecurity Concerns for Police Cameras" on UMB News and MDCHHS.com.

UMB News  MDCHHS.com - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Why we can’t let the conversation about sexual violence fade away

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Globe and Mail article "Why we can’t let the conversation about sexual violence fade away." Globe and Mail - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Study indicates land use as one highly important legal issue in Maryland

The School of Law and MPowering the State were mentioned in the article "Study indicates land use as one highly important legal issue in Maryland" in The Diamondback.

The Diamondback - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
7-Day Challenge: Romantic Experiments

Kathleen Holtz Deal and Geoffrey Greif of the School of Social Work were mentioned in the article "7-Day Challenge: Romantic Experiments"  on Made Man.

Made Man - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Strong relationship with primary care doctor is crucial

Stephen Schimpff of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Strong relationship with primary care doctor is crucial" on insurancenewsnet.com - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Latest research by NTU discovers reasons for malaria's drug resistance

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Latest research by NTU discovers reasons for malaria's drug resistance" on Eurekalert!.

Eurekalert! - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Why D.C. is up in arms about derivatives ... again

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and the Center for Health and Homeland Security was quoted in the Marketplace article "Why D.C. is up in arms about derivatives ... again." Marketplace - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Frosh defends "rain tax," farm phosphorus regulations

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Frosh defends "rain tax," farm phosphorus regulations" in The Baltimore Sun and Carroll County Times. The article was also excerped on CenterMaryland.org and Maryland Reporter.com.

The Baltimore Sun   Carroll County Times - Dec. 11

Maryland Reporter.com - Dec. 12

CenterMaryland.org - Dec. 12

December 12, 2014
All About That Wall Street Giveaway That Elizabeth Warren Hates

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law was quoted in the article, "All About That Wall Street Giveaway That Elizabeth Warren Hates," in Mother Jones.

Mother Jones - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Nurse exposed to Ebola admitted to NIH

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was mentioned on WBAL-TV and in the Washington Post article "Nurse exposed to Ebola admitted to NIH." Washington Post  WBAL-TV - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Fortis Malar to Organise Workshop on Thoracic Organ Transplantation

Bartley Griffith, Si Pham, and Keshava Rajagopal of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Fortis Malar to Organise Workshop on Thoracic Organ Transplantation" on Chennaipatrika.

Chennaipatrika - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Flu vaccine still provides protection without perfect match to strains

Wilbur Chen of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Flu vaccine still provides protection without perfect match to strains." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Franco Nuschese Hosts World’s Leading Virus Doctors

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Franco Nuschese Hosts World’s Leading Virus Doctors" on White House Correspondents Insider.

White House Correspondents Insider - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Latest research by NTU discovers reasons for malaria’s drug resistance

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Health Canal story "Latest research by NTU discovers reasons for malaria’s drug resistance."

Health Canal - Dec. 12

December 12, 2014
Pregnancy Germs: Friend Or Foe?How The Maternal Microbiome Influences Pregnancy Health

Jacques Ravel of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Pregnancy Germs: Friend Or Foe?How The Maternal Microbiome Influences Pregnancy Health" on KEYC-TV and Pharmiweb.com.

Pharmiweb.com  KEYC-TV - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Engineers, docs to discuss matters of heart

Bartley Griffith of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Times of India article "Engineers, docs to discuss matters of heart."

Times of India - Dec. 12

December 12, 2014
U-Md. event highlights infectious disease research

Myron Levine and Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "U-Md. event highlights infectious disease research" in the Miami Herald and on WBFF-TV.

Miami Herald  WBFF-TV - Dec. 11

December 12, 2014
Conversions Debate – Offstumped Archives

Peter Danchin of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Conversions Debate – Offstumped Archives" on Niti Central.

Niti Central - Dec.11

December 12, 2014
Flu vaccine still provides protection without perfect match to strains

Wilbur Chen of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "Flu vaccine still provides protection without perfect match to strains."

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 11

December 11, 2014
People on the Move

Diane DePanfilis of the School of Social Work was featured in the article, "People on the Move," in the Baltimore Business Journal.

Baltimore Business Journal - Dec. 10  

December 11, 2014
Global Virus Network's Annual Fundraising Event At Cafe Milano

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Global Virus Network's Annual Fundraising Event At Cafe Milano" on Fishbowl DC.

Fishbowl DC - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Picture of HIV/AIDS

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Picture of HIV/AIDS" on Medicine.net.

Medicine.net - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Want to Prevent Future Eric Garners? Don't Give Cops Excuses to Bust People.

David Gray of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Want to Prevent Future Eric Garners? Don't Give Cops Excuses to Bust People." on Reason.com.

Reason.com - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Pitt study may offer way to fight superbugs

Robert Ernst of the School of Dentistry was quoted in the article "Pitt study may offer way to fight superbugs" on Trib Live.

Trib Live - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Transfer Addictions: Dope to Donuts

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Transfer Addictions: Dope to Donuts" on Health Central.

Health Central - Dec. 10

Transfer Addictions: Dope to Donuts
Transfer Addictions: Dope to Donuts

December 11, 2014
Four Chinese Among 2014 Asian Heritage Awardees

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Four Chinese Among 2014 Asian Heritage Awardees" on World Journal.

World Journal - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Assessment of empirical antibiotic therapy optimisation in six hospitals: an observational cohort study

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Assessment of empirical antibiotic therapy optimisation in six hospitals: an observational cohort study" in The Lancet.

The Lancet - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
The 2015 Sports Science Summit

Derik Davis of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "The 2015 Sports Science Summit" on Nature.com.

Nature.com - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
UM medical students planning 'die-in' protest

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "UM medical students planning 'die-in' protest" on WMAR-TV.

WMAR-TV - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
The fight back against rape and death threats online

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "The fight back against rape and death threats online" in New Scientist.

New Scientist - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Pitt study may offer way to fight superbugs

Robert Ernst of the School of Dentistry was quoted in the article "Pitt study may offer way to fight superbugs" on triblive.com - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
The cases against Yik Yak

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "The cases against Yik Yak" on the Daily Dot.

Daily Dot - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Comply then complain: Police search for new ways to gain public trust

Vernon Herron of the Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the story "Comply then complain: Police search for new ways to gain public trust" on WJLA-TV, KOKH-TV, and on WACH-TV.

WJLA-TV   WACH-TV  KOKH-TV - Dec. 10

December 11, 2014
Hogan, Frosh could clash in new roles

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Hogan, Frosh could clash in new roles." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 10

December 10, 2014
The 20 Best Moments for Women in 2014

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Cosmopolitan article "The 20 Best Moments for Women in 2014." Cosmopolitan.com - Dec. 3

December 10, 2014
Emergency Ebola funding will safeguard global health and security

UMB President Jay A. Perman, MD wrote the opinion piece "Emergency Ebola funding will safeguard global health and security" in The Hill.

The Hill - Dec. 10

December 10, 2014
The Best Defense is a Good Defense

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was recordered as part of the podcast "The Best Defense is a Good Defense" on The Serial. The Serial - Dec. 4

December 10, 2014
Wie aus dem Nichts

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was featured in the article "Wie aus dem Nichts" on Der Freitag.

Der Freitag - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
IMA Medicine Millennium International Award 2014 for Dr Robert Gallo, Dr Azad Moopen and Dr Narendra Kumar

Robert Gallo of the Institute for Human Virology at the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "IMA Medicine Millennium International Award 2014 for Dr Robert Gallo, Dr Azad Moopen and Dr Narendra Kumar" on financialexpress.com - Dec. 10

December 10, 2014
This Week in PNAS

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "This Week in PNAS" on Genome Web.

Genome Web - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
Ebola Vaccines Get Legal Immunity

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Ebola Vaccines Get Legal Immunity" on HCP Live.

HCP Live - Dec. 9

Ebola Vaccines Get Legal Immunity

December 10, 2014
Dental gap: Coverage slips through reform's cracks

Richard Manski of the School of Dentistry was quoted in the article "Dental gap: Coverage slips through reform's cracks" on businessinsurance.com - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
UMMS leading drive to reopen Liberian hospitals in wake of Ebola

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "UMMS leading drive to reopen Liberian hospitals in wake of Ebola" on umassmed.edu - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
Non-profit hopes Obama’s reflux will bring awareness to link to cancer

Bruce Greenwald of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Non-profit hopes Obama’s reflux will bring awareness to link to cancer" in the North Dallas Gazette.

North Dallas Gazette - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
Generic Antiepileptics Equivalent to Brand-Name Drugs

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Generic Antiepileptics Equivalent to Brand-Name Drugs" on Medscape.com - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
State Of Women’s Rights In America: Peggy Young v. UPS, Police Violence & More

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed on the Marc Steiner Show's segment, "Women's Rights in America: Peggy Young v. UPS, Police Violence & More," on WEAA-FM.

WEAA.org - Dec. 8

December 10, 2014
Cole Field House renovations could bring sports medicine center

Andrew Pollak of the School of Medicine was quoted, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Diamonback article "Cole Field House renovations could bring sports medicine center." Diamondback - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
Shock Trauma: Only the best

R Adams Cowley, founder of the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, was featured in the article "Shock Trauma: Only the best" on MyEasternShoreMD.com.

MyEasternShoreMD.com - Dec. 10

December 10, 2014
The American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare has inducted University of Maryland School of Social Work Professor Diane DePanfilis as a fellow in the Academy's Class of 2014.

Diane DePanfilis of the School of Social Work was featured in the article "The American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare has inducted University of Maryland School of Social Work Professor Diane DePanfilis as a fellow in the Academy's Class of 2014." in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
Global Virus Network Elects New Board Members

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Global Virus Network Elects New Board Members" on CNBC, Citibizlist and on 4-Traders.

Citibizlist  4-Traders  CNBC - Dec. 9

Global Virus Network Elects New Board Members
Global Virus Network Elects New Board Members

December 10, 2014
Sorrow & Hope: A conversation about the past, present and future of AIDS with a scientist hunting for a vaccine

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Sorrow & Hope: A conversation about the past, present and future of AIDS with a scientist hunting for a vaccine" in the Santa Fe Reporter.

Santa Fe Reporter - Dec. 9

Sorrow & Hope

A conversation about the past, present and future of AIDS with a scientist hunting for a vaccine

- See more at: http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/article-9633-sorrow-hope.html#sthash.ECxu4Rhs.dpuf

December 10, 2014
Test Checks Purity of Biotech Products

The Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research was featured in the article "Test Checks Purity of Biotech Products" in Chromatography Techniques.

Chromatography Techniques - Dec. 9

December 10, 2014
NEWS FROM THE AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING: When Is it Safe for People with Epilepsy to Drive? A New Study Challenges Conventional Wisdom

Allan Krumholz of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "NEWS FROM THE AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING: When Is it Safe for People with Epilepsy to Drive? A New Study Challenges Conventional Wisdom" in Neurology Today.

Neurology Today - Dec. 9

December 9, 2014
International Politics Roundup: Africa, Boko Haram, Middle East & ISIS

Faheem Younus of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the Marc Steiner Show segment, "International Politics Roundup: Africa, Boko Haram, Middle East & ISIS," on WEAA-FM.

WEAA-FM - Dec. 5

December 9, 2014
‘One suspects that within five years A functional cure might be achieved’

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "‘One suspects that within five years A functional cure might be achieved’" on Express Healthcare.

Express Healthcare - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Suspended Animation Gets Real

Samuel Tisherman of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Suspended Animation Gets Real" in Popular Science.

Popular Science - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Cole Field House renovations could bring sports medicine center

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned and Andrew Pollak of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Cole Field House renovations could bring sports medicine center" in The Diamondback.

The Diamondback - Dec.8

December 9, 2014
Hemorrhagic Fever Pipeline and Clinical Trials Review for H2 2014 in New Global Market Research Reports

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Hemorrhagic Fever Pipeline and Clinical Trials Review for H2 2014 in New Global Market Research Reports" on KEYC-TV, Finwin, and WND.

KEYC-TV  Finwin  WND - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says

Sharon Colvin of the School of Dentistry was quoted in the article "Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says" in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

Daily Hampshire Gazette - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Do men have an edge in dieting and fitness?

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Do men have an edge in dieting and fitness?" in Dallas News.

Dallas News - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Weird News In 2014: 7 Most Bizarre Medical News Stories To Make You Go 'Huh?'

Narlin Beaty and Edward Ahn of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Weird News In 2014: 7 Most Bizarre Medical News Stories To Make You Go 'Huh?'" in Medical Daily.

Medical Daily - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Rick Barth - December 9, 2014

Richard P. Barth of the School of Social Work delivered a commentary, "Rick Barth - December 9, 2014, " on WYPR-FM.

WYPR.org - Dec. 9

 

December 9, 2014
ECAN Hopes The President’s Reflux Diagnosis Will Send a Life-Saving Message

Bruce Greenwald of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "ECAN Hopes The President’s Reflux Diagnosis Will Send a Life-Saving Message" on Citibizlist.

Citibizlist - Dec. 8

Reflux Diagnosis Will Send a Life-Saving Message

December 9, 2014
CFTC Bans Credit Card Use by Retail Foreign Exchange Investors

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law was quoted in the article "CFTC Bans Credit Card Use by Retail Foreign Exchange Investors" on Bloomberg News and Gulfbase.

Bloomberg News  Gulfbase - Dec. 9

December 9, 2014
USM Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "USM Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members" on Citibizlist.

Citibizlist - Dec.8

USM Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members
USM Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members
USM Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members

December 9, 2014
Watch out, 70% of us have done something that could put us in jail

David Gray of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Watch out, 70% of us have done something that could put us in jail" in the Tampa Bay Times.

Tampa Bay Times - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Higher ed construction: Which regions, schools are building?

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Higher ed construction: Which regions, schools are building?" in The McMorrow Reports.

The McMorrow Reports - Dec. 8

December 9, 2014
Genetic Screening Saved This Baby’s Life

Alan Shuldiner of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Genetic Screening Saved This Baby’s Life" in Time.

Time - Dec. 8

December 8, 2014
Secret Algorithms Can Control Your Life

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Secret Algorithms Can Control Your Life" on lawtechnologynews.com - Dec. 3

December 8, 2014
The Source: "The Black Box Society"

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was interviewed for the segment "The Source: 'The Black Box Society'" that aired on Texas Public Radio. Texas Public Radio - Dec. 2

December 8, 2014
Law enforcement drones: Privacy concerns v public safety

Frank Paquale of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Law enforcement drones: Privacy concerns v public safety" on theage.com.au  and canberratimes.com.au -  Dec. 6

December 8, 2014
New city health commissioner to lead debate opposite piece abuse

Steven Davis of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "New city health commissioner to lead debate opposite piece abuse" on Energy Bloggers.

Energy Bloggers - Dec. 6

December 8, 2014
Seks tegn:Yngre kvinder risikerer slagtilfælde

Steven Kittner of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Seks tegn:Yngre kvinder risikerer slagtilfælde" on  Fyens Stiftstidende.

Fyens Stiftstidende - Dec. 6

December 8, 2014
Adults victims of cyberbullying, attacks too

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Adults victims of cyberbullying, attacks too" on Big News Network.

Big News Network - Dec. 6

December 8, 2014
City Taps Leader To Fight Drug Use

Stephen Davis of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "City Taps Leader To Fight Drug Use" on mapinc.org - Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
Health agencies push for data disclosure

Peter Doshi of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Health agencies push for data disclosure" on digitaljournal.com - Dec 6

December 8, 2014
Obama calls on Congress to approve $6.18 billion for Ebola fight

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Obama calls on Congress to approve $6.18 billion for Ebola fight" on Africa Newswire and on Homeland Security Newswire.

Africa Newswire  Homeland Security Newswire - Dec. 7

December 8, 2014
Good health is very amusing

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Good health is very amusing" in The Herald Dispatch.

The Herald Dispatch - Dec. 7

December 8, 2014
New Hopkins device allows researchers to observe how cancer spreads

Stuart Martin of the School of Medicine was quoted, and the Unversitiy of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "New Hopkins device allows researchers to observe how cancer spreads." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
Study highlights ag law needs across Maryland

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Study highlights ag law needs across Maryland" in the Daily Reporter.

Daily Reporter - Nov. 29

December 8, 2014
Baltimore's Top Workplaces 2014

The Institute for Innovation and Implementation at the School of Social Work was listed in the article, "Baltimore's Top Workplaces," in the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 7

December 8, 2014
Press Conference to Examine Recommendations of the Final Report of ABI's Chapter 11 Reform Commission

Michelle Harner of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Press Conference to Examine Recommendations of the Final Report of ABI's Chapter 11 Reform Commission" on investorpoint.com and wnd.com- Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
CSIS Conference: A Strategic Approach to Malaria

Christopher Plowe of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "CSIS Conference: A Strategic Approach to Malaria" on cis.org - Dec. 8

December 8, 2014
Study find splints put on wrong in kids’ fractures

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Study find splints put on wrong in kids’ fractures" in The Seattle Times.

The Seattle Times - Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
AHA president: Disruptive innovations changing CV research

John Cole of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "AHA president: Disruptive innovations changing CV research" on Healio.com.

Healio.com - Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
University of Maryland law professor pens book about hate crimes online

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed for the segment "University of Maryland law professor pens book about hate crimes online" for the WMAR-TV segment In Focus. WMAR-TV - Dec. 5

December 8, 2014
Gansler eyes lawsuit over well contamination

Robert Percival of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Gansler eyes lawsuit over well contamination." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 5

December 5, 2014
A free-market solution for drug shortages

Curt Civin and Stephen Schimpff of the School of Medicine were co-authors of the op-ed, "A free-market solution for drug shortages," in the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 5

December 5, 2014
Seniors can take charge and slow aging process [Senior Circles]

Stephen Schimpff of the School of Medicine was interviewed in the article, "Seniors can take charge and slow aging process [Senior Circles]," in the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Lindsey A. White

The School of Law was quoted in The Daily Record article "Lindsey A. White." The Daily Record - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Groups report early safety data, progress on Ebola vaccines

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Groups report early safety data, progress on Ebola vaccines" on www.cidrap.umn.edu - Dec. 4.

December 5, 2014
Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect

Diana Fishbein of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect" on Social Justice Solutions.

Social Justice Solutions - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Maryland's whistleblower laws need teeth

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law co-authored the commentary "Maryland's whistleblower laws need teeth" in the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Sun - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Law group poised to help artists on legal issues

The School of Law was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Law group poised to help artists on legal issues." The Daily Record - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
2014 40 Under 40: Brett Rogers

Brett Rogers of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Business Journal article "2014 40 Under 40: Brett Rogers." Baltimore Business Journal - Dec. 5

December 5, 2014
2014 40 Under 40: Matthew Klaiber

Matthew Klaiber of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Business Journal article "2014 40 Under 40: Matthew Klaiber." Baltimore Business Journal - Dec. 5

December 5, 2014
2014 40 Under 40: Joshua Goldberg

Joshua Goldberg of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Business Journal article "2014 40 Under 40: Joshua Goldberg." Baltimore Business Journal - Dec. 5

December 5, 2014
In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography

Larry Roberts of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Historic echoes in Washington's civil rights response

Sherrilyn Ifill of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Historic echoes in Washington's civil rights response" on CNN, on KCCI-TV, and on KPRC-TV.

CNN  KPRC-TV  KCCI-TV - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
New city health commissioner to lead campaign against substance abuse

Stephen Davis of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "New city health commissioner to lead campaign against substance abuse." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Hooked on Hookah

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Hooked on Hookah" in The Afro-American.

The Afro-American - Dec. 4

HOOKED ON HOOKAH

December 5, 2014
Fells Point home shows off its true colors

Zeljko Vujaskovic of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Fells Point home shows off its true colors" in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Baltimore's CDC-designated Ebola treatment centers: Hopkins, UMMC

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Baltimore’s CDC-designated Ebola treatment centers: Hopkins, UMMC" on technical.ly/baltimore. technical.ly/baltimore - Dec. 3

December 5, 2014
Most children's broken bones are treated improperly, study finds

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Most children's broken bones are treated improperly, study finds" on Medical Xpress.

Medical Xpress - Dec. 4

December 5, 2014
Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care

Sharon Colvin of the School of Dentistry was quoted in the article "Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care" in the Jacksonville Daily News.

Jacksonville Daily News - Dec. 4

December 4, 2014
Potassium-Lowering Drugs Effective

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Potassium-Lowering Drugs Effective" in Renal and Urology News.

Renal and Urology News - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Wallace Loh holds teleconference with alumni

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Wallace Loh holds teleconference with alumni" in The Diamondback.

The Diamondback - Dec.3

December 4, 2014
Companies Should Reject Specific Online Threats

Danielle Citron of the School of Law wrote the opinion piece "Companies Should Reject Specific Online Threats" in The New York Times.

The New York Times - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Henry Seeks His Revenge In Sleepy Hollow “The Akeda”

Ilene Friedman, a student at the School of Law,  wrote the article "Henry Seeks His Revenge In Sleepy Hollow “The Akeda”" in 4 Your Excitement.

4 Your Excitement - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says" in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
'Asymptomatic' Stenosis Linked to Cognitive Impairment

Brajesh Lal of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "'Asymptomatic' Stenosis Linked to Cognitive Impairment" in Caring for the Ages.

Caring for the Ages - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Obama urges investment in Ebola response, vaccines

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Obama urges investment in Ebola response, vaccines" in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
UMB invests $100K in Harpoon Medical of Stevensville

UM Ventures was mentioned in the article "UMB invests $100K in Harpoon Medical of Stevensville" on EIN News.

EIN News - Dec. 2

December 4, 2014
Using habeas corpus to challenge pretrial detention

The School of Law was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Using habeas corpus to challenge pretrial detention." The Daily Record - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Using habeas corpus to challenge pretrial detention

The School of Law was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Using habeas corpus to challenge pretrial detention." The Daily Record - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Students, activists create living red ribbon in commemoration of World AIDS Day

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Students, activists create living red ribbon in commemoration of World AIDS Day" in the Baltimore Times.

Baltimore Times - Dec.3

December 4, 2014
Ask the Expert: Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was featured in the Baltimore Sun article "Ask the Expert: Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says."

Baltimore Sun - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Muzyka i śmiech leczą serca

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Muzyka i śmiech leczą serca" in Readers Digest/Poland.

Readers Digest/Poland - Dec. 3

Muzyka i śmiech leczą serca
Muzyka i śmiech leczą serca

December 4, 2014
Sarah Everhart Joins Agriculture Law Education Initiative

Sarah Everhart of the School of Law was featured in the article "Sarah Everhart Joins Agriculture Law Education Initiative" on Citibizlist.

Citibizlist - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Dr. Michael Miller

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Dr. Michael Miller" in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec.3

December 4, 2014
New Leadership Path Emerging for Virginia State University

The School of Nursing was mentioned in the article "New Leadership Path Emerging for Virginia State University" on diverseeducation.com. diverseeducation.com - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Lawmakers pass jury duty pay increase, tougher penalties for 'revenge porn'

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Lawmakers pass jury duty pay increase, tougher penalties for 'revenge porn'" on MSN.com.

MSN.com - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Imatges de la pandèmia

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Imatges de la pandèmia" on The Daily Avalanche.

The Daily Avalanche - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Baltimore marks World AIDS Day

The University of Maryland, Balitmore was mentioned in the Washington Blade article "Baltimore markes World AIDS Day." Washington Blade - Dec.

Baltimore marks World AIDS Day
Baltimore marks World AIDS Day
Baltimore marks World AIDS Day
Baltimore marks World AIDS Day
Baltimore marks World AIDS Day

December 4, 2014
“Espero vivir la erradicación definitiva del virus del VIH”

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article “Espero vivir la erradicación definitiva del virus del VIH” on El Ciudadano.

El Ciudadano - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Lower stress to protect your heart, expert says." Baltimore Sun - Dec. 3

December 4, 2014
The Nuances of Threats on Facebook

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "The Nuances of Threats on Facebook" in The New Yorker.

The New Yorker - Dec. 3

December 3, 2014
Custody changes urged

Carlton E. Munson of the School of Social Work was mentioned in the article, "Custody changes urged," in the Daily Record.

Daily Record - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Enrollment in Phase III study increases drastically following inVentiv dismissal

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Enrollment in Phase III study increases drastically following inVentiv dismissal" on Outsourcing-Pharma.com.

Outsourcing-Pharma.com - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
The BDC wants Baltimore to emulate these 3 cities

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "The BDC wants Baltimore to emulate these 3 cities," In the Baltimore Business Journal.

Baltimore Business Journal - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Why Not Jail for Corporate Criminals?

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Why Not Jail for Corporate Criminals?" on Counterpunch.org.

Counterpunch.org - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? Set His Dissents to Music

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? Set His Dissents to Music" in The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Obama Praises U.S. Ebola Efforts

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Obama Praises U.S. Ebola Efforts" on DailyNews724.com.

DailyNews724.com - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Checkup

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Checkup" on The Stanford Advocate and the Times Union.

The Stanford Advocate   Times Union - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Rena Steinzor Asks — Why Not Jail?

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Rena Steinzor Asks — Why Not Jail?" on CorporateCrimeReporter.com.

CorporateCrimeReporter.com - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? Set His Dissents to Music

The School of Law was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal article "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? Set His Dissents to Music." Wall Street Journal - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Why Not Jail for Corporate Criminals?

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Why Not Jail for Corporate Criminals?" on counterpunch.org - Dec 3.

December 3, 2014
Obama urges investment in Ebola response, vaccines

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun and Capital Gazette articles "Obama urges investment in Ebola response, vaccines." baltimoresun capitalgazette - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
UMSON faculty members, students receive honors

Janice Hoffman of the School of Nursing was quoted and Barbara Dobish and students Emilie Cecil and Sarah Khaver were mentioned in the Nurse.com article, "UMSON faculty members, students receive honors." Mary Fey, formerly of the School, was also mentioned. 

Nurse.com - Nov. 29

December 3, 2014
Ensuring Quality: NIST Suggests New Purity Test for Biotech Products

Robert Brinson and John Marino of the Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research were mentioned in the article "Ensuring Quality: NIST Suggests New Purity Test for Biotech Products" on NIST.gov, Physorg.com, and Noodls.com.

NIST.gov Noodls.com  Physorg.com - Dec. 2

December 3, 2014
Financial Costs of Insomnia

Emerson Wickwire of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Financial Costs of Insomnia" in Sleep Review.

Sleep Review - Dec. 2

Financial Costs of Insomnia
Financial Costs of Insomnia
Financial Costs of Insomnia

December 2, 2014
Supreme Court Considers Whether Online Speech is a 'True Threat'

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed for the segment "Supreme Court Considers Whether Online Speech is a 'True Threat'" that aired on KQED Radio. KQED - Dec. 2

December 2, 2014
Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed on nationall-syndaicated radio program marketplace tech. marketplace.org - Dec. 2

December 2, 2014
Depression Hampers Easing of RA Symptoms

Alan Rathbun of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Depression Hampers Easing of RA Symptoms" on MedPage Today.

MedPage Today - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
I Was My Own Trauma Unit

Thomas Scalea of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "I Was My Own Trauma Unit" in The New York Times.

The New York Times - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Most children's broken bones are treated improperly, study finds

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Most children's broken bones are treated improperly, study finds" on Arcamax and The Missoulian.

Arcamax  The Missoulian - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
ABC del VIH

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "ABC del VIH" in Primicia, Primero y Mejor.

Primicia - Dec. 1

ABC del VIH
ABC del VIH
ABC del VIH

December 2, 2014
Tendência é de aumento do número de infecções pelo HIV

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Tendência é de aumento do número de infecções pelo HIV" on Agencia Patricia Galvao.

Agencia Patricia Galvao - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
CEL-SCI Quarterly Patient Enrollment in Its Head and Neck Cancer Phase III Trial Increases Eight Fold over Same Prior Year Period

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "CEL-SCI Quarterly Patient Enrollment in Its Head and Neck Cancer Phase III Trial Increases Eight Fold over Same Prior Year Period" on Business Wire.

Business Wire - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says

Sharon Colvin of the School of Dentistry was featured in the article "Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says" on Pantagraph.com.

Pantagraph.com - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Vintage Gallo

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Vintage Gallo" on POZ online.

POZ - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
UMB Invests in Harpoon Medical as Stevensville Company's Surgical Technology Gains U.S. Patent

James Hughes of UM Ventures was interviewed and James Gammie of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "UMB Invests in Harpoon Medical as Stevensville Company's Surgical Technology Gains U.S. Patent" on My Eastern Shore MD.

My Eastern Shore MD - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Jade Therapeutics Awarded $725K Phase II SBIR Grant from the National Science Foundation

Bennie Jeng of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Jade Therapeutics Awarded $725K Phase II SBIR Grant from the National Science Foundation" on EyeWire, KEYC.com, BioMed Reports, and BioSpace.

EyeWire  BioSpace  BioMedReports  KEYC.com - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
FDLI and UMD discuss DQSA in 2 days!

The School of Pharmacy and the School of Law were mentioned in the article "FDLI and UMD discuss DQSA in 2 days!" on Smartbrief.com.

Smartbrief.com - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Using the 'Power of the Permit

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Using the 'Power of the Permit' to Proote Concussion Safety in Youth Sports" on MomsTeam.com.

Momsteam.com - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
For Towson football player Gavin Class, near-death experience merely a 'speed bump'

Mayur Narayan of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "For Towson football player Gavin Class, near-death experience merely a 'speed bump'" in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun - Dec. 1

December 2, 2014
Why I Wrote This Book

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law authored the article "Why I Wrote This Book" on hamilton-griffin.com - Nov. 11

December 1, 2014
Blood Pressure Breakthrough

Mordecai Blaustein and John Hamlyn of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Blood Pressure Breakthrough" on Lifestyles After 50.

Lifestyles After 50 - Nov. 28

December 1, 2014
Study proves activity helps maintain mobility as we age

Jack Guralnik of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Study proves activity helps maintain mobility as we age" in The Buffalo News.

The Buffalo News - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
Lügt die Pharmaindustrie über HIV und Aids? Erschütternde Doku zum „Aids-Wahrheits-Tag“ in Berlin

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Lügt die Pharmaindustrie über HIV und Aids? Erschütternde Doku zum „Aids-Wahrheits-Tag“ in Berlin" on Epoch Times.

Epoch Times - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
Compass Regional Hospice hosts geriatric workshop for health care students

Lynn McPherson of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "Compass Regional Hospice hosts geriatric workshop for health care students" on MyEasternShoreMD.com.

MyEasternShoreMD.com - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
Depression Hampers Easing of RA Symptoms

Alan Rathburn of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Depression Hampers Easing of RA Symptoms" on MedPageToday.


MedPageToday - Nov. 30

 

December 1, 2014
First Human Ebola Vaccine Trial Shows It Seems to Work

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the NBC news article "First Human Ebola Vaccine Trial Shows It Seems to Work." nbcnews.com

December 1, 2014
U.S. to expand public access to clinical study results

Peter Doshi of the School of Pharmacy was interviewed for the article "U.S. to expand public access to clinical study results" in Science.

Science - Nov. 26

December 1, 2014
Tom Jefferson and Peter Doshi: Thanksgiving special—menus needed at the EMA's restaurant

Peter Doshi of the School of Pharmacy co-authored the article "Tom Jefferson and Peter Doshi: Thanksgiving special—menus needed at the EMA's restaurant" on blogs.bmj.com.

December 1, 2014
Experimental Ebola vaccine draws eager test volunteers

Kirsten Lyke of the School of Medicine was quoted along with Khandra Sears, a post-doctoral fellow at the School of Medicine, and Andrea Buchwald, a student at the Graduate School in the Los Angeles Times article "Experimental Ebola vaccine draws eager test volunteers." latimes.com

December 1, 2014
Baby Boom

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Baby Boom" on AllAfrica.com.

AllAfrica.com - Nov. 29

December 1, 2014
Children who break bones are rarely splinted properly, study says

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Children who break bones are rarely splinted properly, study says." baltimoresun.com

December 1, 2014
Investigational drug reduces high potassium levels in chronic kidney disease patients

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Investigational drug reduces high potassium levels in chronic kidney disease patients" on ScienceDaily.com.

Science Daily - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
Alumnus Kevin Plank Pledges $25 Million to University of Maryland

The University of Maryland, Balimore was mentioned in the article "Alumnus Kevin Plank Pledges $25 Million to University of Maryland" on philanthropynewsdigest.org.

 

December 1, 2014
For Towson football player Gavin Class, near-death experience merely a 'speed bump'

Mayur Narayan and John Bartlett of the School of Medicine were quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "For Towson football player Gavin Class, near-death experience merely a 'speed bump." baltimoresun.com

December 1, 2014
Algorithms Can Ruin Lives

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the slate.com article "Algorithms Can Ruin Lives." slate.com

December 1, 2014
The Most Influential People in the Fight Against AIDS

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "The Most Influential People in the Fight Against AIDS" in The Huffington Post.

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "The Most Influential People in the Fight Against AIDS" in The Huffington Post.

Huffington Post - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
NIH says Ebola vaccine shows early promise

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "NIH says Ebola vaccine shows early promise" on baltimoresun.com

December 1, 2014
Award-winning lecturers share expertise in Emergency Cardiology and Critical Care

Dr Amal Mattu and Dr Michael Winters both from the Univ - See more at: http://www.dayofdubai.com/news/award-winning-lecturers-share-expertise-emergency-cardiology-and-critical-care#sthash.gYOe9Rm9.dpuf
Dr Amal Mattu and Dr Michael Winters both from the Univ - See more at: http://www.dayofdubai.com/news/award-winning-lecturers-share-expertise-emergency-cardiology-and-critical-care#sthash.gYOe9Rm9.dpuf
Dr Amal Mattu and Dr Michael Winters both from the Univ - See more at: http://www.dayofdubai.com/news/award-winning-lecturers-share-expertise-emergency-cardiology-and-critical-care#sthash.gYOe9Rm9.dpuf
Dr Amal Mattu and Dr Michael Winters both from the Univ - See more at: http://www.dayofdubai.com/news/award-winning-lecturers-share-expertise-emergency-cardiology-and-critical-care#sthash.gYOe9Rm9.dpuf

Amal Mattu and Michael Winters of the School of Medicine were meantioned in the article "Award-winning lecturers share expertise in Emergency Cardiology and Critical Care" in Day of Dubai.

Day of Dubai - Nov. 30

December 1, 2014
A Day to Remember and Recommit

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "A Day to Remember and Recommit" on Baltimore OUTloud.

Baltimore OUTloud - Dec. 1

December 1, 2014
Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says

Sharon Colvin of the School of Denistry was quoted in the article "Athletes should pay extra attention to dental care, expert says" on sunherald.com.

December 1, 2014
Study highlights ag law needs across Maryland

The School of Law and the Agricultural Law Education Initiative, a part of the University of Maryland: Mpowering the State were mentioned in the Washington Times article "Study highlights ag law needs across Maryland" and on uniontimes.com washingtontimes.com  uniontimes.com

December 1, 2014
The Gaming Industry's Greatest Adversary Is Just Getting Started

Unfortunately, law enforcement hasn't shown a willingness to take online threats seriously, says Danielle Citron, a law professor at the University of Maryland and the author of Hate Crimes in Cyberspace.

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "The Gaming Industry's Greatest Adversary Is Just Getting Started" on  businessweek.com.

News, Hot Topics, & Press Releases

December 23, 2014  |  Federal grant for training therapists will help nation's adoptees, families.

December 19, 2014  |  Robert L. Caret, the next Chancellor of the University System of Maryland, is formally introduced to USM educators and administrators.

December 19, 2014  |  Event series takes an interprofessional approach to geriatric care.

December 18, 2014  |  SON adds a commencement tradition for USG, Baltimore students during 125th anniversary year.

December 17, 2014  |  Former Towson president returns to lead USM

December 17, 2014  |  Second Annual Event Highlights Latest Research and Discovery on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases and Vaccines.

December 16, 2014  |  Maryland Carey Law professor and law student author op ed: Wise up, make website accessible to all.

December 12, 2014  |  Maryland Carey Law Professor Harner says Chapter 11 Reform "critically important to our economy"

December 11, 2014  |  CHHS's Rauschecker Briefs Baltimore Mayor's Working Group on Cybersecurity for Police Body Cameras

December 10, 2014  |  Emergency Ebola Funding For Global Health, Security

December 10, 2014  |  Jay Unick of the UM School of Social Work can speak to the demographics behind a troubling trend from pain medications to heroin.

December 9, 2014  |  The dean's latest remarks, focusing on adoption, were aired and archived by WYPR-FM on Dec. 9

December 5, 2014  |  Improving Access to Oral Health Care

December 4, 2014  |  Will lead law school's outreach to Maryland farmers

December 3, 2014  |  The investment completes Harpoon Medical's $3.6 million Series A financing.

December 2, 2014  |  Attorney General-elect Brian Frosh will be the guest speaker for the Ward Kershaw Symposium and luncheon.

December 1, 2014  |  As the Daniel Thursz Distinguished Professor of Social Justice, Michael Reisch can discuss how widening income disparity deepens a fissure in U.S. society.

December 11, 2014
Comply then complain: Police search for new ways to gain public trust

Vernon Herron of the Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the story "Comply then complain: Police search for new ways to gain public trust" on WJLA-TV, KOKH-TV, and on WACH-TV.

WJLA-TV   WACH-TV  KOKH-TV - Dec. 10

January 5, 2015
Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction

Aaron Greenblatt of the School of Medicine authored a letter to the editor titled "Methadone is the most effective therapy for heroin addiction" in the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Sun - Dec. 23