In the News


September 2014


September 29 update.

A global view of continuing professional development
Pharmaceutical-Journal.com - Sept. 26

Toyin Tofade of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Pharmaceutical-Journal.com article "A global view of continuing professional development."
www.pharmaceutical-journal.com

A law degree for people who don't need one
Daily Record - Sept. 28

Barbara Gontrum, Michael Greenberger, and Diane Hoffmann of the School of Law were quoted in the Daily Record article, "A law degree for people who don't need one."
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Applicants for Council seat call on nominating committee to reconvene
Baltimore Brew - Sept. 29

Ben Smith, a student at the School of Law, was featured in the article "Applicants for Council seat call on nominating committee to reconvene" in the Baltimore Brew.
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Facebook Inc (FB)'s Illegal Manipulation of Human test Subjects
InsiderMonkey.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann and Leslie Meltzer Henry of the School of Law were mentioned in the article "Facebook Inc (FB)'s Illegal Manipulation of Human test Subjects" on InsiderMonkey.com.
www.insidermonkey.com

For one O's fan, clinch an unforgettable memory
MLB.com - Sept. 28

Kate Supan of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "For one O's fan, clinch an unforgettable memory" on MLB.com.
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GOP bets on regulations backlash
The Hill - Sept. 28

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was quoted in the article "GOP bets on regulations backlash" in The Hill.
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How a group of Washington-area medical residents is trying to change the conversation about mistakes in medicine
Washington Business Journal - Sept. 26

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "How a group of Washington-area medical residents is trying to change the conversation about mistakes in medicine" in the Washington Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Institute of Human Virology (IHV) Welcomes Renowned Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Shyamasundaran Kottilil
IHV News - Sept. 28

Dean E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine and Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine were quoted, and Shyamasundaran Kottilil of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Institute of Human Virology (IHV) Welcomes Renowned Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Shyamasundaran Kottilil" on IHV News.
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Md. to review OKCupid, Facebook consumer studies
Investors.com - Sept. 26

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Md. to review OKCupid, Facebook consumer studies" on Investors.com.
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NFL players' wives seek role in shaping league's domestic violence policy
The Washington Post - Sept. 27

Leigh Goodmark of the School of Law was quoted in the story "NFL players' wives seek role in shaping league's domestic violence policy"in The Washington Post.
www.washingtonpost.com

Push is on for paid family leaves
DetroitNews.com - Sept. 29

Jennifer Swanberg of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article "Push is on for paid family leaves" on DetroitNews.com.
www.detroitnews.com

Regenerative Medicine wine tasting
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 28

Terry Rogers and Curt Civin of the School of Medicine were pictured in the Baltimore Sun photo gallery, "Regenerative Medicine wine tasting."
www.baltimoresun.com

Rutgers student creates agent to clear biological tissues
The Daily Targum - Sept. 28

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Rutgers student creates agent to clear biological tissues" in The Daily Targum.
www.dailytargum.com

Shotgun victim who needed full face transplant finds love after years of hiding from the public and reveals he's having to learn how to kiss again
Daily Mail - Sept. 29

The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center was featured in the article "Shotgun victim who needed full face transplant finds love after years of hiding from the public and reveals he's having to learn how to kiss again" in the Daily Mail.
www.dailymail.co.uk

University of Maryland School of Nursing Assistant Professor Named RWJF Health Policy Fellow
UMSON News - Sept. 26

Marian Grant of the School of Nursing was featured and Dean Jane Kirschling of the School of Nursing was quoted in the article "University of Maryland School of Nursing Assistant Professor Named RWJF Health Policy Fellow" on UMSON News.
www.nursing.umaryland.edu

Viral Dark Matter
UDaily - Sept. 29

Anup Mahurkar of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Viral Dark Matter" on UDaily.
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Western Maryland health education center provides camp for high school students
Herald Mail - Sept. 28

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Herald Mail article "Western Maryland health education center provides camp for high school students."
www.heraldmailmedia.com

September 26 update.

BDC agrees to negotiate with apartment developer
Daily Record - Sept. 25

The Daily Record article "BDC agrees to negotiate with apartment developer" mentioned the University of Maryland, Baltimore and the University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
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Alumni Reconnect, Reminisce During SOP's All Alumni Reunion Weekend
pharmacy.umaryland.edu - Sept. 23

Jennifer McGinley, Natalie Eddington, Ellie Kline, Farrah Tavakoli and Roxanne Zaghab of the School of Pharmacy were mentioned in the article "Alumni Reconnect, Reminisce During SOP's All Alumni Reunion Weekend" on pharmacy.umaryland.edu.
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Did Facebook's Controversial 2012 News Feed Study Run Afoul of Maryland Law?
AllFacebook.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Did Facebook's Controversial 2012 News Feed Study Run Afoul of Maryland Law?" on AllFacebook.com.
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Facebook Inc (FB)'s Illegal Manipulation of Human test Subjects
InsiderMonkey.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann and Leslie Meltzer Henry were mentioned in the InsiderMonkey.com article "Facebook Inc (FB)'s Illegal Manipulation of Human test Subjects."
www.insidermonkey.com

Facebook, OkCupid mood manipulation experiments may have violated laws (in Maryland)
techtimes.com - Sept. 26

Leslie Meltzer Henry and James Grimmelmann of the School of Law were featured in the techtimes.com article "Facebook, OkCupid mood manipulation experiments may have violated laws (in Maryland)."
www.techtimes.com

Facebook, OkCupid research raises new ethical questions in use of 'big data'
The Baltimore Sun - Sept. 26
WNEW-FM - Sept. 26

Leslie Meltzer Henry and James Grimmelmann of the School of Law were interviewed for the article "Facebook, OkCupid research raises new ethical questions in use of 'big data'" in The Baltimore Sun and in a similar story on WNEW-FM.
www.baltimoresun.com
Triumphing Over Bullying

First POST: Sucks
TechPresident.com - Sept. 25

The School of Law was mentioned in the TechPresident.com article "First POST: Sucks."
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Joseph S. Friedberg, MD
Baltimore Business Journal - Sept. 26

Joseph Friedberg of the School of Medicine was featured in the Baltimore Business Journal article "Joseph S. Friedberg, MD."
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Laugh Yourself Healthy?
DrWeil.com - Sept. 25

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Laugh Yourself Healthy?" on DrWeil.com.
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Md. attorney general calls Facebook's psychological study 'troubling'
WashingtonPost.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann was mentioned in the WashingtonPost.com article "Md. attorney general calls Facebook's psychological study 'troubling.'"
www.washingtonpost.com

NFL career ends, life lifted by kidney transplant
bucyrustelegraphforum.com - Sept. 26

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "NFL career ends, life lifted by kidney transplant" on bucyrustelegraphforum.com.
www.bucyrustelegraphforum.com

Report from the Seventh Annual 'Frontiers at the Chemistry Biology Interface Symposium'
ACS Chemical Biology - Sept. 19

Sarah Michel of the School of Pharmacy authored the article "Report from the Seventh Annual 'Frontiers at the Chemistry Biology Interface Symposium'" in ACS Chemical Biology.
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Second annual health fair on Capitol Hill heightens pharmacy's visibility
Pharmacist.com - Sept. 19

Deanna Tran of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Pharmacist.com article "Second annual health fair on Capitol Hill heightens pharmacy's visibility."
www.pharmacist.com

Social Stocks in Focus: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), Baidu Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ:BIDU), Renren Inc. (NYSE:RENN), Yelp (NYSE:YELP)
WallStreet Scope - Sept. 26

The School of Law was mentioned in the WallStreet Scope article "Social Stocks in Focus: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), Baidu Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ:BIDU), Renren Inc. (NYSE:RENN), Yelp (NYSE:YELP)."
Social Stocks in Focus: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), Baidu Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ:BIDU), Renren Inc. (NYSE:RENN), Yelp (NYSE:YELP)

Triumphing Over Bullying
Baltimoreschild.com - Sept. 25

Barbara Sugarman Grochal of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Triumphing Over Bullying" on Baltimoreschild.com.
www.baltimoreschild.com

University of Maryland School of Medicine Names Internationally-Recognized Surgeon-Scientists, Dr. Joseph S. Friedberg as Division Head of Thoracic Surgery, and Dr. Shamus Carr as Associate Chief
som.umaryland.edu - Sept. 23

Joseph Friedberg and Shamus Carr were featured and Stephen Bartlett and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article, "University of Maryland School of Medicine Names Internationally-Recognized Surgeon-Scientists, Dr. Joseph S. Friedberg as Division Head of Thoracic Surgery, and Dr. Shamus Carr as Associate Chief" on som.umaryland.edu.
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Urban Farming and the Law
umaryland.edu - Sept. 24

Barbara Bezdek and Michael Pappas of the School of Law were quoted in the article, "Urban Farming and the Law" on umaryland.edu.
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Urban Farming and the Law
Insurancenewsnet.com - Sept. 25

Barbara Bezdek and Michael Pappas of the School of Law were quoted in the article "Urban Farming and the Law" on Insurancenewsnet.com.
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What You Need to Know About Yik Yak, an App Causing Trouble on Campuses
The Chronicle of Higher Education - Sept. 26

The Chronicle of Higher Education article "What You Need to Know About Yik Yak, an App Causing Trouble on Campuses" quotes Danielle Citron of the School of Law.
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Wheat Gluten May Cause Symptoms Including Depression and Paranoia
indybay.org - Sept. 25

Indybay.org mentioned School of Medicine research in its article "Wheat Gluten May Cause Symptoms Including Depression and Paranoia."
www.indybay.org

September 25 update.

Facebook's Mood Manipulation Experiment Might Have Been Illegal
The Atlantic - Sept. 24

James Grimmelmann and Leslie Meltzer Henry were mentioned in The Atlantic story "Facebook's Mood Manipulation Experiment Might Have Been Illegal."
www.theatlantic.com

U-Md. Law Professor: Facebook's Secret Consumer Study Was Illegal
washington.cbslocal.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the washington.cbslocal.com story "U-Md. Law Professor: Facebook's Secret Consumer Study Was Illegal."
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15 apply for vacant City Council seat
Capitalgazette.com - Sept. 25

Benjamin Smith, a student at the School of Law, was mentioned in the article "15 apply for vacant City Council seat" on Capitalgazette.com.
www.capitalgazette.com

Acupuncture helps cancer sufferers
cdapress.com - Sept. 24

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the cdapress.com article "Acupuncture helps cancer sufferers."
www.cdapress.com

Aneurysm research at University of Maryland supported by OpenClinica EDC platform
PRWeb - Sept. 24

Gaurav Jindal of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the PRWeb story "Aneurysm research at University of Maryland supported by OpenClinica EDC platform."
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City reacts to downtown shooting; seeks end to 'senseless' violence
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 24

The University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center and the School of Law were mentioned in the Baltimore Sun story "City reacts to downtown shooting; seeks end to 'senseless' violence."
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Examining the Ebola epidemic: Global public health implications, the West and more
WEAA-FM - Sept. 22

The WEAA-FM story "Examining the Ebola epidemic: Global public health implications, the West and more" featured Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine.
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Finney's death at bus stop heartbreaking, infuriating
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 24

Thomas Scalea of the School of Medicine and the University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center and Karen Doyle of Shock Trauma were quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Finney's death at bus stop heartbreaking, infuriating."
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Fixing the troubled mental health system
JAMA Network - Sept. 24

The JAMA Network podcast "Fixing the troubled mental health system" featured the School of Medicine's Steven Sharfstein.
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HBCU Spotlight: University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Amsterdamnews.com - Sept. 25

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "HBCU Spotlight: University of Maryland Eastern Shore" on Amsterdamnews.com.
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Here are our first-ever Health Care Innovators honorees
Baltimore Business Journal - Sept. 25

Bartley Griffith of the School of Medicine was featured in the Baltimore Business Journal article "Here are our first-ever Health Care Innovators honorees."
www.bizjournals.com

Kemoeatu retires from NFL to donate kidney
tcnjsignal.net - Sept. 24

Stephen Bartlett of the School of Medicine was quoted in the tcnjsignal.net story "Kemoeatu retires from NFL to donate kidney."
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Law Profs Say Facebook, OkCupid's Secret Experiments Violate Maryland Law
MediaPost.com - Sept. 24

James Grimmelmann and Leslie Meltzer Henry were mentioned in the story "Law Profs Say Facebook, OkCupid's Secret Experiments Violate Maryland Law" on MediaPost.com.
www.mediapost.com

Md. to review OKCupid, Facebook consumer studies
Tucson.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Md. to review OKCupid, Facebook consumer studies" on Tucson.com.
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Pick up tips on restoring old books at lecture by expert conservationist on Thursday at UAB
AL.com - Sept. 24

Scott Swank of the School of Dentistry was mentioned in the AL.com article "Pick up tips on restoring old books at lecture by expert conservationist on Thursday at UAB."
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Premarket Movers: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), MannKind Corp. (NASDAQ:MNKD), Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU), Vodafone Group Plc (ADR) (NASDAQ:VOD), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)
WallStreet Scope - Sept. 25

The School of Law was mentioned in the WallStreet Scope story "Premarket Movers: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), MannKind Corp. (NASDAQ:MNKD), Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU), Vodafone Group Plc (ADR) (NASDAQ:VOD), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)."
www.wallstreetscope.com

Research: Skin cells from pediatric patients can be used in tissue-engineered pulmonary valves
news-medical.net - Sept. 24

David Simpson and Sunjay Kaushal of the School of Medicine were featured in the article "Research: Skin cells from pediatric patients can be used in tissue-engineered pulmonary valves" on news-medical.net.
www.news-medical.net

Why Your iPhone Can't Plead the Fifth
Wallstcheatsheet.com - Sept. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article"Why Your iPhone Can't Plead the Fifth" on Wallstcheatsheet.com.
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September 24 update.

An Empowering Curriculum
umaryland.edu - Sept. 23

M.J. Tooey of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library was quoted in the article, "An Empowering Curriculum," on umaryland.edu.
www.umaryland.edu

Constitution Day Celebration
umaryland.edu - Sept. 22

Donald Tobin, Jana Singer, Max Stearns, David Gray, Thiruvendran Vignarajah, and Robert Koulish ; all of the School of Law, were mentioned in the article "Constitution Day Celebration" on umaryland.edu. The University of Maryland: MPowering the State was also mentioned.
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Did Facebook's Controversial 2012 News Feed Study Run Afoul of Maryland Law?
allfacebook.com - Sept. 24

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Did Facebook's Controversial 2012 News Feed Study Run Afoul of Maryland Law?" on allfacebook.com.
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Ebola Control: Is a New Vaccine Underway?
WYPR-FM - Sept. 24

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was interviewed on the Maryland Morning program's segment, "Ebola Control: Is a New Vaccine Underway?" on WYPR-FM.
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Examining the Ebola Epidemic: Global Public Health Implications, The West & More
WEAA-FM - Sept. 22

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Mark Steiner show segment, "Examining the Ebola Epidemic: Global Public Health Implications, The West & More," on WEAA-FM.
www.steinershow.org

Facebook and OkCupid's psychological studies were illegal under Maryland law, professor argues
washingtonpost.com - Sept. 23

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "Facebook and OkCupid's psychological studies were illegal under Maryland law, professor argues."
www.washingtonpost.com

Hospital worker 'used as a human shield' in gang-related killing, police say
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 23
WBAL-TV - Sept. 23
WBFF-TV - Sept. 23
WJZ-TV - Sept. 23
WMAR-TV- Sept. 23

The tragic death of University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center employee, Brandon Finney was the subject of the Baltimore Sun article, "Hospital worker 'used as a human shield' in gang-related killing, police say." Articles or broadcasts on WBAL-TV and WBAL-FM included a condolence statement signed by Thomas Scalea of the center and the School of Medicine. The Associated Press, WJZ-TV, WMAR-TV and WBFF-TV had similar accounts.
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How Cyber Mobs and Trolls Have Ruined the Internet and Destroyed Lives
newsweek.com - Sept. 19

Danielle Citron of the School of Law authored the article "How Cyber Mobs and Trolls Have Ruined the Internet and Destroyed Lives" on newsweek.com.
www.newsweek.com

Is Arizona's Revenge Porn Law Overbroad?
forbes.com - Sept. 23

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Is Arizona's Revenge Porn Law Overbroad?" on forbes.com.
www.forbes.com

Laughter shown to work better than pharmaceuticals and affects the body like exercise
preventdisease.com - Sept. 24

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the story, "Laughter shown to work better than pharmaceuticals and affects the body like exercise," on preventdisease.com.
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Stanford won't use Google money for privacy research
wtop.com - Sept. 24

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Stanford won't use Google money for privacy research" on WTOP and other sources.
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Telemedicine project introduced to 5 Howard County schools
WBAL-TV - Sept. 22

Steven Czinn of the School of Medicine was interviewed on the story, "Telemedicine project introduced to 5 Howard County schools," on WBAL-TV.
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September 23 update.

Beat the winter blues with light, conversation
shorenewstoday - Sept. 23

Teodor Postolache of the School of Medicine was quoted in the shorenewstoday.com article "Beat the winter blues with light, conversation."
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Double homicide in W Baltimore Sunday night
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 22
WBFF-TV - Sept. 22
WBAL-TV - Sept. 22

A shooting on campus on Sunday tragically killed a University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center employee, Brandon Finney, and media coverage resulted. The shooting was featured in the Baltimore Sun in the story "Shock Trauma hospital worker among two dead in Baltimore shooting." Thomas Scalea of the School of Medicine and Shock Trauma and Karen Doyle of Shock Trauma were quoted in the WBFF-TV story "Double homicide in W Baltimore Sunday night."
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First patient enrolls in experimental treatment for aggressive brain cancer
WBFF-TV - Sept. 22

Young Kwok and William Regine, both of the School of Medicine, were featured in the WBFF-TV story "First patient enrolls in experimental treatment for aggressive brain cancer."
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HIV infection in Tanzania drops significantly
ippmedia.com - Sept. 23

The Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was mentioned in the ippmedia.com article "HIV infection in Tanzania drops significantly."
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Is Online Harassment Of Women A Civil Rights Issue?
Huffington Post - Sept. 23

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Is Online Harassment Of Women A Civil Rights Issue?" in the Huffington Post.
www.huffingtonpost.com

LSU Health Shreveport launches "Barbers for Blood Pressure Awareness
KTBS-TV - Sept. 22

Elijah Saunders of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the KTBS-TV story "LSU Health Shreveport launches "Barbers for Blood Pressure Awareness."
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NFL Should Take Lead In Rehabilitating Domestic Violence Offenders
ESPN-W - Sept. 22

Leigh Goodmark of the School of Law was quoted in the ESPN-W article "NFL Should Take Lead In Rehabilitating Domestic Violence Offenders."
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NFL players also have stories that inspire
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 22

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the letter to the editor "NFL players also have stories that inspire" in the Baltimore Sun.
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New book on hate crime proposes civil rights for a networked age
techrepublic.com - Sept. 22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the techrepublic.com article "New book on hate crime proposes civil rights for a networked age."
www.techrepublic.com

Public Commentary
WYPR-FM - Sept. 23

Richard P. Barth of the School of Social Work delivered "Public Commentary," an opinion piece on WYPR-FM.
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State to appeal ruling on voting by disabled
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 23

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "State to appeal ruling on voting by disabled."
www.baltimoresun.com

Telemedicine Program Introduced In Some Howard County Schools
WBAL Radio - Sept. 23
WBAL-TV - Sept. 23

The University of Maryland Children's Hospital was mentioned in the WBAL Radio and WBAL-TV story "Telemedicine Program Introduced In Some Howard County Schools."
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UMD researchers aim to reduce side effects of prostate cancer treatment
Baltimore Times - Sept. 22

Zeljko Vujaskovic and Mohummad Minhaj Siddiqui of the School of Medicine were featured in the Baltimore Times article "UMD researchers aim to reduce side effects of prostate cancer treatment."
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September 22 update.

A victim's family must relive a killing as decades-old Md. cases re-enter courtrooms
Washington Post - Sept. 21

Michael Millemann of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "A victim's family must relive a killing as decades-old Md. cases re-enter courtrooms."
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Baltimore man seven years cancer-free after high-risk prostate cancer
Baltimore Times - Sept. 19

Young Kwok of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Baltimore man seven years cancer-free after high-risk prostate cancer" in the Baltimore Times.
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Community Groups Win a Victory over Slumlords
WYPR.org - Sept. 22

The School of Law was mentioned in the WYPR.org article "Community Groups Win a Victory over Slumlords."
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Ex-Mayor Schmoke looks to make UB an anchor of city
Daily Record - Sept. 21

The Daily Record article, "Ex-Mayor Schmoke looks to make UB an anchor of city," mentioned the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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FDA committees withhold approval of oral testosterone therapy
healio.com - Sept. 19

Richard Alexander of the School of Medicine was quoted in the healio.com article "FDA committees withhold approval of oral testosterone therapy."
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FirstNet Makes Progress, Consults with Maryland
govtech.com - Sept. 19

Christopher Webster of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security at the School of Law was quoted in the article "FirstNet Makes Progress, Consults with Maryland" on govtech.com.
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Google and Apple Won't Unlock Your Phone, But a Court Can Make You Do It
Wired.com - Sept. 22

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Google and Apple Won't Unlock Your Phone, But a Court Can Make You Do It" on Wired.com.
www.wired.com

Heart attack risk factors
WBFF-TV - Sept. 20

Randolph Whipps of the School of Medicine was featured in the WBFF-TV story "Heart attack risk factors."
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Here's What You Need to Know About Obama's New Campaign Against Campus Sexual Assault
inthecapital.streetwise.co - Sept. 19

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Here's What You Need to Know About Obama's New Campaign Against Campus Sexual Assault" on inthecapital.streetwise.co.
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ISIS Terror Threat
Fox 5 Morning News - Sept. 18

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed on Fox 5 Morning News to discuss the "ISIS Terror Threat."
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Kicked Off Facebook, and Wondering Why
New York Times - Sept. 19

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the New York Times article "Kicked Off Facebook, and Wondering Why" and on indiatimes.com.
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One scholar thinks online harassment of women is a civil rights issue
vox.com - Sept. 22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted and interviewed in the article "One scholar thinks online harassment of women is a civil rights issue" on vox.com.
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Perdue's ruffled feathers [Editorial]
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 22

The story "Perdue's ruffled feathers [Editorial]" in the Baltimore Sun mentioned the School of Law.
www.baltimoresun.com

Taking your life into your own hands
The Citizen (Stuttgart, Germany) - Sept. 19

School of Medicine research was mentioned in The Citizen (Stuttgart, Germany) article "Taking your life into your own hands."
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Tending the urban ag-law garden
i>The Daily Record - Sept. 21

The School of Law was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Tending the urban ag-law garden."
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The federal government is looking for a huge office lease in downtown Baltimore
Baltimore Business Journal - Sept. 19
www.centermaryland.org - Sept. 22

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Baltimore Business Journal article "The federal government is looking for a huge office lease in downtown Baltimore." An excerpt appeared on centermaryland.org.
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September 19 update.

15 apply for vacant City Council seat
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 18

School of Law student Benjamin Smith was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "15 apply for vacant City Council seat."
www.baltimoresun.com

A push for paid family leave
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 19

The story "A push for paid family leave" in the Baltimore Sun quoted Jennifer Swanberg of the School of Social Work.
www.baltimoresun.com

Dopamine replacement affects psychiatric Parkinson's symptoms
Psychiatric News - Sept. 18

Lisa Shulman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Psychiatric News article "Dopamine replacement affects psychiatric Parkinson's symptoms."
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FDA panel tough on testosterone
Medpage Today - Sept. 18

Richard Alexander of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Medpage Today article "FDA panel tough on testosterone."
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Kemoeatu Brothers' Kidney Transplant
Good Morning America - Sept. 18
abcnews.com - Sept. 18
Associated Press and Huffington Post - Sept. 18
E!/NBC's Today.com - Sept. 18

Matthew Weir and Stephen Bartlett of the School of Medicine were featured in continuing coverage of the Kemoeatu brothers' kidney transplant, including on ABC's Good Morning America, abcnews.com, Associated Press, Huffington Post, E!/NBC's Today.com and many other outlets.
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Synthetic Marijuana Now a Worldwide Problem
Medscape.com - Sept. 19

Marisol Castaneto of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "Synthetic Marijuana Now a Worldwide Problem" on Medscape.com.
www.medscape.com

Tech-driven Baltimore on 'launching pad,' but ignition needed: panel
technical.ly/baltimore - Sept. 19

The technical.ly/baltimore article "Tech-driven Baltimore on 'launching pad,' but ignition needed: panel" mentioned the University of Maryland BioPark and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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Testing your mental health in the privacy of home
IndianapolisRecorder.com - Sept. 18

Steve Daviss of the School of Medicine was quoted in the IndianapolisRecorder.com article "Testing your mental health in the privacy of home."
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Tokai pockets $97M in IPO cash to get its cancer drug into Phase III
FierceBiotech - Sept. 17
tokaipharma.com - Sept. 17

School of Medicine research was featured in the article "Tokai pockets $97M in IPO cash to get its cancer drug into Phase III" on FierceBiotech. The news release "Tokai Pharmaceuticals Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering" also ran on tokaipharma.com.
www.fiercebiotech.com

September 18 update.

100th Anniversary of Beard's 'An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution' commemorated
historynewsnetwork.org - Sept. 17

Mark Graber of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "100th Anniversary of Beard's 'An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution' commemorated" on historynewsnetwork.org.
bit.ly

Ex-Raven donates kidney to brother, ex-Steeler
Daily Record - Sept. 17

Stephen Bartlettof the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Daily Record article "Ex-Raven donates kidney to brother, ex-Steeler."
thedailyrecord.com

Ex-Raven gives kidney to brother
ESPN.com - Sept. 18
WBAL-TV - Sept. 17
WBAL-AM - Sept. 18

Stephen Bartlett of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Ex-Raven gives kidney to brother" on ESPN.com and on WBAL-TV and WBAL-AM.
es.pn
umm.gd
wbal.com

Ex-Ravens defensive lineman Ma'ake Kemoeatu gives Steeler brother a kidney
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 17

David Leeser of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Ex-Ravens defensive lineman Ma'ake Kemoeatu gives Steeler brother a kidney."
touch.baltimoresun.com

Researchers at University of Maryland Release New Data on Biomedical Informatics
Hispanicbusiness.com - Sept. 18

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Researchers at University of Maryland Release New Data on Biomedical Informatics" on Hispanicbusiness.com.
www.hispanicbusiness.com

Some Gamblers Wind Up Signing Their Own Arrest Warrants
Wall Street Journal -

Lori Rugle and Michael Rosen of the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling were quoted in the Wall Street Journal in the article, "Some Gamblers Wind Up Signing Their Own Arrest Warrants."
online.wsj.com

Supreme Court clerks join students for UMD Constitution Day
The Diamondback - Sept. 19

Max Stearns of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Supreme Court clerks join students for UMD Constitution Day" in The Diamondback.
www.diamondbackonline.com

September 17 update.

Brain Biosciences wins university grant
gazette.net - Sept. 17

Mark Smith of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Brain Biosciences wins university grant" on gazette.net.
bit.ly

Brain Trauma to Affect One in Three Players, N.F.L. Agrees
New York Times - Sept. 12

Eleanor Perfetto of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the New York Times article "Brain Trauma to Affect One in Three Players, N.F.L. Agrees."
nyti.ms

David J. Kohn | University of Maryland School of Medicine
Daily Record - Sept. 17

David Kohn of the School of Medicine was featured in the article, "David J. Kohn | University of Maryland School of Medicine," in the Daily Record.
thedailyrecord.com

Former Ravens DL Ma'ake Kemoeatu successfully donated his kidney to brother, Chris Kemoeatu
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 16

The School of Medicine faculty was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Former Ravens DL Ma'ake Kemoeatu successfully donated his kidney to brother, Chris Kemoeatu."
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New Center in Columbia to Research Alcohol, Drug Disorders
Columbia Patch - Sept. 17

E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "New Center in Columbia to Research Alcohol, Drug Disorders" in the Columbia Patch.
patch.com

Preview: Civil Rights Advocate To Discuss Ferguson Events
St. Louis Public Radio - Sept. 17

Sherrilyn Ifill of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Preview: Civil Rights Advocate To Discuss Ferguson Events" on St. Louis Public Radio.
news.stlpublicradio.org

Prostate cancer drug trials show great promise
Reading Eagle - Sept. 16

Angela Brodie and Vincent Njar of the School of Medicine were featured in the article "Prostate cancer drug trials show great promise" in the Reading Eagle.
readingeagle.com

SOP's Shaya Named An AACP Academic Research Fellow
RXsecure.umaryland.edu - Sept. 17

Fadia Shaya of the School of Pharmacy was featured in the article "SOP's Shaya Named An AACP Academic Research Fellow" on RXsecure.umaryland.edu.
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US Troops Head To Africa To Combat Ebola
WJZ-TV - Sept. 17

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "US Troops Head To Africa To Combat Ebola" on WJZ-TV.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

When Apple met U2 and showed too much of the sausage making
zdnet.com - Sept. 17

The article "When Apple met U2 and showed too much of the sausage making" on zdnet.com quoted James Grimmelmann of the School of Law.
zd.net

September 16 update.

Child abuse
KNX-AM - Sept. 15

Lisa Berlin of the School of Social Work was interviewed on the topic, "child abuse," on KNX-AM (Los Angeles).
No link available

Grafix Featured in Plenary Session Oral Presentation at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Eastern and New England Vascular Societies
News.Morningstar.com - Sept. 15

Shahab Toursavadkoh of the School of Medicine was mentioned, and Brajesh Lal of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Grafix Featured in Plenary Session Oral Presentation at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Eastern and New England Vascular Societies" on news.Morningstar.com.
news.morningstar.com

Half of lower class Americans literally can't afford to sleep
qz.com - Sept. 16

Jeanne Geiger-Brown of the School of Nursing was quoted in the article "Half of lower class Americans literally can't afford to sleep" on qz.com.
bit.ly

Micromeritics to Participate in University of Maryland Tableting Course
powderbulksolids.com - Sept. 15

The School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "Micromeritics to Participate in University of Maryland Tableting Course" on powderbulksolids.com.
bit.ly

Off the Drugs, Onto the Cupcakes
The New York Times - Sept. 15

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Off the Drugs, Onto the Cupcakes" in The New York Times.
well.blogs.nytimes.com

People with paralysis explore therapeutic effects of scuba diving
Washington Post - Sept. 15

Peter Gorman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Washington Post article "People with paralysis explore therapeutic effects of scuba diving."
wapo.st

Prostate cancer drug candidate shows great promise
readingeagle.com - Sept. 16

Kevin Cullen, Angela Brodie and Vincent Njar of the School of Medicine were featured in the article "Prostate cancer drug candidate shows great promise" on readingeagle.com.
bit.ly

University of Maryland Puts Science in Law Program
Lawtechnologynews.com - Sept. 15

Barbara Gontrum of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "University of Maryland Puts Science in Law Program" on Lawtechnologynews.com.
www.lawtechnologynews.com

University of Maryland School of Medicine Appoints Award-Winning Science Journalist as Director of Medical / Science Media Relations
som.umaryland.edu - Sept. 15

E. Albert Reece and Christopher Hardwickwere quoted and David Kohn was featured in the article, "University of Maryland School of Medicine Appoints Award-Winning Science Journalist as Director of Medical/Science Media Relations," on som.umaryland.edu.
somvweb.som.umaryland.edu

Varian Medical Systems Installs Proton Therapy at Scripps
zacks.com - Sept. 15

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Varian Medical Systems Installs Proton Therapy at Scripps" on zacks.com.
bit.ly

September 15 update.

A Life: Cheryl Hanna, 1966-2014; An 'Intellectual Powerhouse' and an 'Agent of Change'
vnews.com - Sept. 15

Videtta Brown of the School of Law was quoted in the article "A Life: Cheryl Hanna, 1966-2014; An 'Intellectual Powerhouse' and an 'Agent of Change'" on vnews.com.
bit.ly

Combat beyond the courts
Daily Record - Sept. 15

The Daily Record article, "Combat beyond the courts," featured the Center for Health and Homeland Security and quoted Markus Rauschecker and Trudy Henson and student Justin Morris of the School of Law
thedailyrecord.com

Ending the Global Drug War: Voices from the Front Lines
reason.com - Sept. 14

Leigh Maddox of the School of Law was featured in the article and accompanying video "Ending the Global Drug War: Voices from the Front Lines" on reason.com.
bit.ly

How do you catch Ebola: By air, sweat or water?
NPR - Sept. 12

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the NPR story "How do you catch Ebola: By air, sweat or water?"
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Making the best choices for children
Washington Post - Sept. 12 and Sept. 14

Corey Shdaimah of the School of Social Work wrote the op-ed, "Making the best choices for children," which appeared online in the Washington Post and was subsequently published in the Sept. 14 print editions.
www.washingtonpost.com

Movers & Shakers
Daily Record - Sept. 12

Robert O'Toole of the School of Medicine was featured in the Daily Record section "Movers & Shakers."
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Online attacks, real-life consequences
baltimore.cbslocal.com - Sept. 14

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Online Attacks, Real-Life Consequences" on baltimore.cbslocal.com and others.
cbsloc.al
www.miamiherald.com

President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
whitehouse.gov - Sept. 12

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts" on whitehouse.gov.
1.usa.gov

Preventing heart disease
"On Time" on WJZ-TV - Sept. 14

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine appeared on the episode "Preventing heart disease" of the program "On Time" on WJZ-TV.
umm.gd

RGIII's dislocated ankle
NewsChannel 8 - Sept. 14

Craig Bennett of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "RGIII's dislocated ankle" on NewsChannel 8.
umm.gd

Rozner: Rice story forces NFL, public to see domestic abuse
dailyherald.com - Sept. 13

Leigh Goodmark of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Rozner: Rice story forces NFL, public to see domestic abuse" on dailyherald.com.
bit.ly

W&L Constitution Day speaker Danielle Citron to speak on hate crimes in cyberspace
augustafreepress.com - Sept. 14

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "W&L Constitution Day speaker Danielle Citron to speak on hate crimes in cyberspace" on augustafreepress.com.
bit.ly

September 12 update.

"Lab-On-A-Chip Tech is Revolutionary, Yet Universities Cling to 'Dark Ages' Animal Models (Op-Ed)"
livescience.com - Sept. 11

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Lab-On-A-Chip Tech is Revolutionary, Yet Universities Cling to 'Dark Ages' Animal Models (Op-Ed)" on livescience.com.
bit.ly

A tribute to Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., MD
healio.com - Sept. 11

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine co-authored the article "A tribute to Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., MD" on healio.com.
bit.ly

Chiral Separation of I-MAMP and d-MAMP in Saliva
chromatographyonline.com - Sept. 11

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Chiral Separation of I-MAMP and d-MAMP in Saliva" on chromatographyonline.com.
bit.ly

Going Global
umaryland.edu - Sept. 10

Virginia Rowthorn of the School of Law, Jody Olsen and Kelley Macmillan of the School of Social Work, and Bonnie Bissonette of the University of Maryland, Baltimore were all quoted in the article "Going Global" on umaryland.edu. The Graduate School and the schools of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and dentistry were mentioned.
www.umaryland.edu

Harry Johnson Jr. | University of Maryland Medical Center
The Daily Record - Sept. 11

Harry Johnson, Jr. of the School of Medicine was mentioned in The Daily Record Movers and Shaker's article "Harry Johnson Jr. | University of Maryland Medical Center."
bit.ly

Healthy Alternatives to Prosecution Can Help Victims
New York Times - Sept. 11

Leigh Goodmark of the School of Law authored the article "Healthy Alternatives to Prosecution Can Help Victims" in the New York Times.
nyti.ms

Here's how to get free advice on starting your business
Baltimore Business Journal - Sept. 11

The Institute for Marine and Environmental Technology was mentiioned in the article, "Here's how to get free advice on starting your business," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Institute of Human Virology Hosts Prominent AIDS Researchers During 16th Annual International Meeting
businesswire.com - Sept. 11

Robert Gallo of the Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was quoted, and William Blattner and Robert Redfield were mentioned in the article "Institute of Human Virology Hosts Prominent AIDS Researchers During 16th Annual International Meeting" on businesswire.com.
bit.ly

Mastering the Science of Law
umaryland.edu - Sept. 11

Donald Tobin, Robert Percival, Diane Hoffmann, and Michael Greenberger, all of the School of Law were quoted in the article "Mastering the Science of Law" on umaryland.edu. The University of Maryland: MPowering the State was also mentioned.
www.umaryland.edu
www.lawtechnologynews.com

New Degree Offers Options for Legal Professionals
Washington Post - Sept. 10

Susan Krinsky of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "New Degree Offers Options for Legal Professionals."
www.washingtonpost.com

Prostate Cancer Hope
umaryland.edu - Sept. 10

Angela Brodie and Vincent Njar of the School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center were mentioned in the article "Prostate Cancer Hope" on umaryland.edu.
umaryland.edu

The task of the social worker
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 7

Jodi Jacobson Frey and Christine Callahan of the School of Social Work were quoted and both were pictured along with doctoral student Sally Hageman in the article, "The task of the social worker" in the Education section of the Baltimore Sun.
bit.ly

September 11 update.

At Death's Door, He Was Put on Ice
Nautil.us - Sept. 10

Samuel Tisherman and Thomas Scalea of the School of Medicine were interviewed for the article "At Death's Door, He Was Put on Ice" on Nautil.us.
nautil.us

Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 10
centermaryland.org - Sept. 11

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland," which was excerpted on centermaryland.org.
bsun.md
www.centermaryland.org

New graduate program aims to train for FDA approval
The Diamondback - Sept. 10

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and MPowering the State were mentioned in the article "New graduate program aims to train for FDA approval" in The Diamondback.
www.diamondbackonline.com

Reform Update: UnitedHealth's Optum Labs adds universities, insurer and Merck
Modern Healthcare - Sept. 10

Eleanor Perfetto of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the Modern Healthcare article "Reform Update: UnitedHealth's Optum Labs adds universities, insurer and Merck."
bit.ly

Researchers find link between vasectomies and prostate cancer
The Baltimore Sun - Sept. 11

Mohummad Siddiqui of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Researchers find link between vasectomies and prostate cancer" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

Science and Environmental Law Seminar
metrocorpcounsel.com - Sept. 11

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Science and Environmental Law Seminar" on metrocorpcounsel.com.
bit.ly

Stevensville's Harpoon Medical raises $3.2 million in investment
The Baltimore Sun - Sept. 11
Governor's Blog - Sept. 10
Daily Record - Sept. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned i the story "Stevensville's Harpoon Medical raises $3.2 million in investment" in The Baltimore Sun, the Daily Record, and in the Governor's Blog.
www.baltimoresun.com
www.governor.maryland.gov
thedailyrecord.com

Suit in the courtroom, stripes on the football field
The Daily Record - Sept. 10

The School of Law was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Suit in the courtroom, stripes on the football field."
bit.ly

Why Smart Phones Should Help Us Avoid Selfie Sabotage
forbes.com - Sept. 10

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Why Smart Phones Should Help Us Avoid Selfie Sabotage" on forbes.com.
onforb.es

September 10 update.

UMB Named Partner in Optum Labs Research Collaborative
Pharmacy Times - Sept. 9

Eleanor Perfetto of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Pharmacy Times story "UMB Named Partner in Optum Labs Research Collaborative."
bit.ly

Device aims to shorten repair of mitral valves from 6 hours to 60 minutes
medcitynews.com - Sept. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Device aims to shorten repair of mitral valves from 6 hours to 60 minutes" on medcitynews.com.
bit.ly

Dr. Harry Johnson Jr. Named COEMIG Physician
Citibizlist - Sept. 9

Harry Johnson of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Dr. Harry Johnson Jr. Named COEMIG Physician" on Citibizlist.com.
baltimore.citybizlist.com

Dr. Vadim Morozov Named COEMIG Physician
Citibizlist.com - Sept. 9
Daily Record - Sept. 10

Vadim Morozov of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Dr. Vadim Morozov Named COEMIG Physician"on Citibizlist.com and i the Daily Record.
baltimore.citybizlist.com
thedailyrecord.com

Experts: Janay Rice's response typical of victims
WBAL TV - Sept. 9
WBALtv.com - Sept. 10

Julie Drake of the School of Social Work was interviewed on WBAL TV in connection with the story, "Experts: Janay Rice's response typical of victims."
www.wbaltv.com

Free advice for tech startups
Daily Record - Sept. 9

The Institute for Marine and Environmental Technology was mentiioned in the article, "Free advice for tech startups" in the Daily Record.
thedailyrecord.com

Harpoon Medical, Inc. Announces $3.75M Series A Financing
sys-con.com - Sept. 19

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Harpoon Medical, Inc. Announces $3.75M Series A Financing" on sys-con.com.
bit.ly

Local Doctors Prepare for Serious Illness
WBFF-TV - Sept. 9

Jason Cluster of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "Local Doctors Prepare for Serious Illness" on WBFF-TV.
foxbaltimore.com

Porn sites refuse to take down Jennifer Lawrence naked leaked images
scallywagandvagabond.com - Sept. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Porn sites refuse to take down Jennifer Lawrence naked leaked images" on scallywagandvagabond.com.
scallywagandvagabond.com

Researcher has a radical idea for a drinkable, probiotic HIV vaccine
Washington Post - Sept. 10

Jose Esparza of the Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was quoted in the Washington Post article "Researcher has a radical idea for a drinkable, probiotic HIV vaccine."
wapo.st

School of Pharmacy Leads New UMB Collaboration with Optum Labs
UMB News - Sept. 9
Healthcare-Informatics.com - Sept.9

Eleanor Perfetto of the School of Pharmacy was featured in the article "School of Pharmacy Leads New UMB Collaboration with Optum Labs" on UMB News, Healthcare-Informatics.com. and others.
www.umaryland.edu
www.healthcare-informatics.com
bit.ly

Survivors Of Domestic Violence: Why They Stay, Why They Leave
WYPR-FM - Sept. 10

Leigh Goodmark of the School of Law was interviewed on the Maryland Morning program segment, "Survivors Of Domestic Violence: Why They Stay, Why They Leave," on WYPR-FM.
wypr.org

The Sage in Black and White
City Paper - Sept. 9

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "The Sage in Black and White" in the City Paper.
www.citypaper.com

UMB joins research group Optum Labs
Daily Record - Sept. 9

The Daily Record article, "UMB joins research group Optum Labs," quoted Eleanor Perfetto and Eberechukwu Onukwugha of the School of Pharmacy and mentioned the School of Medicine and the University of Maryland, Baltimore
thedailyrecord.com

September 9 update.

IT issues a reality for Md. attorneys
The Daily Record - Sept. 8

James Grimmelmann and Michelle Harner of the School of Law were quoted, and Barbara Gontrum of the School of Law mentioned in The Daily Record article "IT issues a reality for Md. attorneys."
thedailyrecord.com

Clinic on Eastern Shore Provides Pre Transplant Care
UMM.edu - Sept. 8

Stephen Bartlett, Johnathan Bromberg, Eugene Schweitzer, Silke Niederhaus, and David Leeser from the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Clinic on Eastern Shore Provides Pre Transplant Care" on UMM.edu.
umm.edu

Estrogen receptor expression may help explain why more males have autism
ScienceCodex.com - Sept. 9

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the ScienceCodex.com article "Estrogen receptor expression may help explain why more males have autism."
bit.ly

GVN Experts Answer Questions on Mankind's Worst Ebola Outbreak
marketwatch.com - Sept. 9

Sharon Hrynkow of the Institute of Human Virology was quoted, and Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "GVN Experts Answer Questions on Mankind's Worst Ebola Outbreak" on marketwatch.com.
on.mktw.net

Harpoon Medical Closes on $3.9 Million
baltimore.citybizlist.com - Sept. 8

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the baltimore.citybizlist.com article "Harpoon Medical Closes on $3.9 Million."
umm.gd

Inside the Ebola crisis [Q&A]
Technical.ly/Baltimore - Sept. 9

Myron Levine and Samba Sow of the Center for Vaccine Development at the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "Inside the Ebola crisis [Q&A]" on Technical.ly/Baltimore.
bit.ly

Just because the elevator doors are closed doesn't mean you're alone
Washington Post - Sept. 8

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "Just because the elevator doors are closed doesn't mean you're alone."
wapo.st

State hopes tracking pain pills will reduce overdoses
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 8

The Baltimore Sun article "State hopes tracking pain pills will reduce overdoses" quoted Linda Simoni-Wastila of the School of Pharmacy.
bsun.md

Strong reactions to Rice video, player's release
WBAL-AM

Julie Drake of the School of Social Work was interviewed on WBAL Radio in connection with the story, "Strong reactions to Rice video, player's release."
no link available

The Joe Madison Show
The Joe Madison Show - Sept. 5

Mark Reynolds and Louis DePaola of the School of Dentistry were featured on The Joe Madison Show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.
https:

University of Maryland, Baltimore, researcher works toward Ebola cure
diamondbackonline.com - Sept. 9

Alan Schmaljohn and James Kaper of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "University of Maryland, Baltimore, researcher works toward Ebola cure" on diamondbackonline.com.
bit.ly

World Health Organization expedites trials for potential Ebola vaccines
pharmaceutical-journal.com - Sept. 9

Samba Sow of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "World Health Organization expedites trials for potential Ebola vaccines" on pharmaceutical-journal.com.
bit.ly

September 8 update.

10 Daily Habits for Arthritis Pain Relief
EverydayHealth.com - Sept. 7

Jamal Mikdashi of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the EverydayHealth.com article "10 Daily Habits for Arthritis Pain Relief."
umm.gd

Bipartisan approach to preventing poverty's impact and persistence
thehill.com - Sept. 5

Diana Fishbein of the School of Medicine co-authored the article "Bipartisan approach to preventing poverty's impact and persistence" on thehill.com.
umm.gd

Crime Scene - Murder of Elaine Otani
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 8

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Crime Scene - Murder of Elaine Otani."
bsun.md

Dangers of self-diagnosing
WBFF-TV - Sept. 6

The WBFF-TV story "Dangers of self-diagnosing" featured Russell Lewis of the School of Medicine.
umm.gd

H. L. Mencken, Sage Of Baltimore
WYPR-FM - Sept. 8

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was mentioned in the Maryland Morning segment, "H. L. Mencken, Sage Of Baltimore" on WYPR-FM.
wypr.org

Marijuana study raises new concerns about pot addiction in teens
HuffingtonPost.com - Sept. 5

Asaf Keller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the HuffingtonPost.com article "Marijuana study raises new concerns about pot addiction in teens."
umm.gd

Maryland top court's new term underway
washingtonexaminer.com - Sept. 6

Richard Boldt of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Maryland top court's new term underway" on washingtonexaminer.com and others.
washex.am
wapo.st
bit.ly

Mental Health Association in Talbot County to hold youth substance abuse seminars
Star-Democrat - Sept. 8

The School of Social Work was mentioned in the Star-Democrat article "Mental Health Association in Talbot County to hold youth substance abuse seminars" and on myeasternshoremd.com.
bit.ly
www.myeasternshoremd.com

Orriant cites study results reinforcing effective of wellness programs
individual.com - Sept. 8

Stephen Schimpff of the School of Medicine was quoted in the individual.com article "Orriant cites study results reinforcing effective of wellness programs."
umm.gd

PG&E's San Bruno fine: huge, but will it stick?
Christian Science Monitor - Sept. 6

Jane Barrett of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "PG&E's San Bruno fine: huge, but will it stick?"in the Christian Science Monitor.
www.csmonitor.com

Prostate cancer drug candidate shows great promise
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 6

Kevin Cullen, Angela Brodie and Vincent Njar of the School of Medicine were featured in the Baltimore Sun article "Prostate cancer drug candidate shows great promise."
umm.gd

Recommendation season
Applied Radiology - Sept. 5

Stuart Mirvis of the School of Medicine authored the editorial "Recommendation season" in Applied Radiology.
umm.gd

Sexism Sucks: If You If You "Lean In" At Work, You May Not Seem Ladylike
TheGrindstone.com - Sept. 8

Deborah Eisenberg of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Sexism Sucks: If You "Lean In" At Work, You May Not Seem Ladylike" on TheGrindstone.com.
www.thegrindstone.com

Trying to prevent heroin deaths one shot at a time
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 6
centermaryland.org - Sept. 8

The Baltimore Sun article "Trying to prevent heroin deaths one shot at a time" quoted Bethany DiPaula of the School of Pharmacy and Christopher Welsh of the School of Medicine. And excerpt of the article appeared on centermaryland.org.
bsun.md
www.centermaryland.org

UB could stop enrolling freshmen and sophomores
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 5

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "UB could stop enrolling freshmen and sophomores."
www.baltimoresun.com

September 5 update.

A Third Campus: A study of the need for an undergraduate branch of the University of Maryland in downtown Baltimore based on new enrollment projections. Research Report No. 1, Reasearch and Analysis Section. McGimsey, George B. et. al. - PDF, EPUB, DOC Free Download EBook and Audiobook
QYLEBooks.com - Sept. 4

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "A Third Campus: A study of the need for an undergraduate branch of the University of Maryland in downtown Baltimore based on new enrollment projections. Research Report No. 1, Reasearch and Analysis Section. McGimsey, George B. et. al. - PDF, EPUB, DOC Free Download EBook and Audiobook" on QLYEBooks.com.
qlyebooks.com

A new aortic injury score predicts early rupture more accurately than clinical assessment
Journal of Vascular Surgery - Sept. 4

Thomas Scalea, Joseph Rabin, Bradley Taylor, Rajabrata Sarkar, James O'Connor and Robert Crawford of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "A new aortic injury score predicts early rupture more accurately than clinical assessment" in The Journal of Vascular Surgery.
www.jvascsurg.org

Biotechnology to the Rescue
US News and World Report - Sept. 4

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Biotechnology to the Rescue" in US News and World Report.
health.usnews.com

Gambling Addiction In Maryland
WYPR-FM - Sept. 5

Lori Rugle and Michael Rosen of the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling were interviewed on the Maryland Morning program segment,"Gambling Addiction in Maryland," on WYPR-FM.
wypr.org

Heart Valve from Skin Cells Grows with Pediatric Patients
EMPR.com - Sept. 5

David Simpson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Heart Valve from Skin Cells Grows with Pediatric Patients" on EMPR.com.
www.empr.com

Increased risk of GDM points to opportunity for patient education
Clinical Endocrinology News - Sept. 4

School of Medicine Dean E. Albert Reece wrote the commentary "Increased risk of GDM points to opportunity for patient education" in Clinical Endocrinology News.
www.clinicalendocrinologynews.com

Judge orders Maryland to adopt online voting tool
Baltimore Sun - Sept. 4
The Capital - Sept. 4
TMCnet.com - Sept. 4

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law, and the UM Center for Health and Homeland Security, was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Judge orders Maryland to adopt online voting tool." Similar stories appeared in The Capital and TMCnet.com.
www.baltimoresun.com
www.capitalgazette.com
technews.tmcnet.com

Md. Hospital Part Of Group Attempting To Create Ebola Vaccine
WJZ-TV - Sept. 4
WMAR-TV - Sept. 4
WBAL-TV - Sept. 5

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was nnterviewed for the story, "Md. Hospital Part Of Group Attempting To Create Ebola Vaccine" on WJZ-TV and for the article "Infected Ebola patient sent to U.S. hospital" on WMAR-TV, and for a similar story on WBAL-TV.
baltimore.cbslocal.com
www.abc2news.com
www.wbaltv.com

The big sleep
The Economist - Sept. 4

Samuel Tisherman of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "The big sleep" in The Economist.
www.economist.com

University of Maryland Baltimore Campus Promotional Video - PDF, EPUB, DOC Free Download EBook and Audiobook
UPBEBooks.org - Sept. 4

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "University of Maryland Baltimore Campus Promotional Video - PDF, EPUB, DOC Free Download EBook and Audiobook" on UBPEBooks.org.
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September 4 update.

11 Signs Of A Genuine Friendship
huffingtonpost.com - Sept. 4

Paul Sacco of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article "11 Signs Of A Genuine Friendship" on huffingtonpost.com.
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Baltimore researcher co-leading quest for Ebola vaccine
Technically Baltimore ý Sept. 3

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Baltimore researcher co-leading quest for Ebola vaccine," on Technically Baltimore.
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Cyber Issues a Reality for Attorneys
The Daily Record - August 29

James Grimmelmann and Michelle Harner, of the School of Law were quoted, and Barbara Gontrum of the School of Law mentioned in the print edition of The Daily Record article "Cyber Issues a Reality for Attorneys."

Emphasizing Quality of Life Over Quantity of Life
empr.com - Sept. 3

Mary Lynn McPherson of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Emphasizing Quality of Life Over Quantity of Life" on empr.com.
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Get Stolen Naked Photos Off the Web
slate.com - Sept. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Get Stolen Naked Photos Off the Web" on slate.com.
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Helen Schwarz recovering from kidney, liver transplants
Tallahassee Democrat - Sept. 3

Stephen Bartlett and Rolf Barth of the School of Medicine were featured in the Tallahassee Democrat article "Helen Schwarz recovering from kidney, liver transplants."
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Human trials of new Ebola vaccine begin
abctv2news.com - Sept. 4
thedenverchannel.com -Sept. 4
wxyz.com - Sept. 4

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Human trials of new Ebola vaccine begin," on abctv2news.com and other outlets.
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Is Revenge Porn Legal in Your State?
newrepublic.com - Sept. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Is Revenge Porn Legal in Your State?" on newrepublic.com.
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Maryland researchers working on Ebola vaccine
CCTV America - Sept. 1

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the story, "Maryland researchers working on Ebola vaccine," on CCTV America.
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Skin Cells Used to Create Heart Valve for Growing Kids
WebMD - Sept. 3

The School of Medicine's David Simpson and Sunjay Kaushal were featured in the WebMD article "Skin Cells Used to Create Heart Valve for Growing Kids."
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The Daily Record honors VIPs
The Daily Record - August 29

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the print edition of The Daily Record article "The Daily Record honors VIPs." Ashley Vallis of the University of Maryland, Baltimore and John LaMattina of the School of Medicine were mentioned in a video accompanying the article (link below).
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Who Is Liable When Cloud Services Are Hacked?
fastcompany.com - Sept. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Who Is Liable When Cloud Services Are Hacked?" on fastcompany.com.
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September 3 update.

"Hate Crimes in Cyberspace" author: "Everyone is at risk, from powerful celebrities to ordinary people"
Salon.com - Sept. 2

Danielle Citron of the School of Law authored the article "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace" author: "Everyone is at risk, from powerful celebrities to ordinary people" on Salon.com.
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Big 10 move reflects UM's strong academics, not just sports
The Baltimore Sun - Sept. 3

James Polli of the School of Pharmacy wrote the letter to the editor entitled, "Big 10 move reflects UM's strong academics, not just sports" in The Baltimore Sun.
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Can Celebrities Really Do Anything About Their Leaked Nude Photos?
cosmopolitan.com - Sept. 2

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Can Celebrities Really Do Anything About Their Leaked Nude Photos?" on cosmopolitan.com.
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Chicken gene shines light on cause of craniofacial birth defects
UC Davis News - Sept. 2

Elizabeth O'Hare of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Chicken gene shines light on cause of craniofacial birth defects" on UC Davis News.
www.news.ucdavis.edu

Collaborative care intervention improved depression among adolescents
Healio.com - Sept. 2

Gloria Reeves of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Collaborative care intervention improved depression among adolescents" on Healio.com.
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Ebola Genomes Sequenced to Develop Vaccines
Designntrend.com - Sept. 2

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Ebola Genomes Sequenced to Develop Vaccines" on designntrend.com.
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Here are the nominees for the 2nd annual Baltimore Innovation Awards
technical.ly/baltimore - Sept. 3

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article "Here are the nominees for the 2nd annual Baltimore Innovation Awards" on technical.ly/baltimore
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Here's How Celebs Can Get Their Nude Selfies Taken Down
time.com - Sept. 2

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Here's How Celebs Can Get Their Nude Selfies Taken Down" on time.com.
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Johns Hopkins pilots study on EMS treatment of substance abusers
JHU Gazette - Sept. 2

Ben Lawner of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Johns Hopkins pilots study on EMS treatment of substance abusers" in the JHU Gazette.
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Special Law and Humanities/Film Events At AALS, January 2015
Law and Humanities Blog - Sept. 2

Taunya Banks of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Special Law and Humanities/Film Events At AALS, January 2015" on Law and Humanities Blog.
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Top court's new term underway
The Daily Record - Sept. 2

Richard Boldt of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Top court's new term underway" in The Daily Record.
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University of Maryland, Baltimore, Health Sciences and Human Services Library, Announces Release of Student Health Advocates Redefining Empowerment Curriculum
National Network of Libraries of Medicine - Sept. 2

The Health Sciences and Human Services Library was featured in the article "University of Maryland, Baltimore, Health Sciences and Human Services Library, Announces Release of Student Health Advocates Redefining Empowerment Curriculum" on the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.
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Washington Week on Human Rights: September 2, 2014
humanrightsfirst.org - Sept. 2

Adil Shamoo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Washington Week on Human Rights: September 2, 2014" on humanrightsfirst.org.
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September 2 update.

In 1918 Vladimir Lenin was shot
spyghana.com - August 30

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "In 1918 Vladimir Lenin was shot" on spyghana.com.
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Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board Names John Frisch as Chair
baltimore.citybizlist.com - Sept. 1

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board Names John Frisch as Chair" on baltimore.citybizlist.com.
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Doctor had trail of troubles before assault accusations exposed past rape conviction
insurancenewsnet.com - August 30

Devinder Singh of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Doctor had trail of troubles before assault accusations exposed past rape conviction" in the Baltimore Sun. A similar story also ran on insurancenewsnet.com.
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Ebola vaccine research is undergoing in Maryland
CCTV-America - Sept. 1

Myron Levine and Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine were interviewed on the segment "Ebola vaccine research is undergoing in Maryland" that aired on CCTV-America.
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It's all about the jobs for the University of Maryland's new Carey School of Law dean
Baltimore Business Journal - Sept. 2

Donald Tobin of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Business Journal article "It's all about the jobs for the University of Maryland's new Carey School of Law dean." The article also ran in the Washington Business Journal.
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Johns Hopkins pilots study on EMS treatment of substance abusers
hub.jhu.edu - Sept. 2

Benjamin Lawner of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Johns Hopkins pilots study on EMS treatment of substance abusers" on hub.jhu.edu.
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Liberia: Ebola Vaccine Trials Fast-Tracked By International Consortium
allafrica.com - Sept. 1

Samba Sow and Myron Levine of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Liberia: Ebola Vaccine Trials Fast-Tracked By International Consortium" on allafrica.com and yumanewsnow.com.
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New Findings Show Dozens May Have Cast Double Votes In 2012 Election
baltimore.cbslocal.com - August 29

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was interviewed for the segment "New Findings Show Dozens May Have Cast Double Votes In 2012 Election" that aired on WJZ.
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Princesses Without Borders
foreignpolicy.com - August 29

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Princesses Without Borders" on foreignpolicy.com.
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Problem gambling center mounts campaign urging restraint
Baltimore Sun - August 31

Loreen Rugle of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Problem gambling center mounts campaign urging restraint."
www.baltimoresun.com

Researchers find way to take pediatric patient's skin cells
news-medical.net - September 2

David Simpson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Researchers find way to take pediatric patient's skin cells" on news-medical.net.
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Thurgood Marshall confirmed as Supreme Court justice
history.com - August 30

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Thurgood Marshall confirmed as Supreme Court justice" on history.com.
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US Patent Office awards patent to herbal snakeoil that 'kills cancer'
boingboing.net - August 29

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "US Patent Office awards patent to herbal snakeoil that 'kills cancer'" on boingboing.net.
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Xisha (Paracel) Islands: The Inconvenient Truth - Analysis
eurasiareview.com - August 30

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Xisha (Paracel) Islands: The Inconvenient Truth - Analysis" on eurasiareview.com.
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