In the News


October 2014


October 30 update.

2014 Innovator of the Year
Daily Record - Oct. 15

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner of the School of Pharmacy was featured in a video and in the print publication, "2014 Innovator of the Year" in the Daily Record.
thedailyrecord.com

5 ways cyber attacks ensure our inevitable doom
Fusion.net - Oct. 29

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "5 ways cyber attacks ensure our inevitable doom" on Fusion.net.
fusion.net

Can you be addicted to your smartphone?
Stuff.co.nz.com - Oct.29
Edmondton Journal - Oct. 29

David Gorelick of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Can you be addicted to your smartphone?" on Stuff.co.nz.com, and in the Edmondton Journal.
www.stuff.co.nz

Ebola controls at US medical meeting spark protest
Nature.com - Oct. 29

Christopher Plowe of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Ebola controls at US medical meeting spark protest" in Nature.com.
www.nature.com

Ebola scare poses dilemma: Civil rights versus public safety
pressherald.com - Oct. 29

Amy Major of the Center for Health and Homeland Security at the School of Law was quoted in the article "Ebola scare poses dilemma: Civil rights versus public safety " on pressherald.com.
www.pressherald.com

HIV/AIDS Presents an Unprecedented Challenge to Developing a Vaccine
Huffington Post - Oct. 29

Robert C. Gallo of the Institute of Human Virology authored the blog, "HIV/AIDS Presents an Unprecedented Challenge to Developing a Vaccine," in the Huffington Post.
www.huffingtonpost.com

Managing Ebola: How ICUs Can Prepare for an Outbreak in the United States
ajmc.com - Oct. 29

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Managing Ebola: How ICUs Can Prepare for an Outbreak in the United States" on ajmc.com.
www.ajmc.com

Medical-alert systems can be helpful, especially for older people living alone
Washington Post - Oct. 27

Barbara Resnick of the School of Nursing was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Medical-alert systems can be helpful, especially for older people living alone."
www.washingtonpost.com

Sound Bites: Doctors Concerned About Antibiotic Use On Healthy Animals | Maryland Poultry Farms Fined Over Pollution | Visit To Hidden Harvest Farm in Baltimore
WEAA-FM - Oct. 28

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was interviewed on the Marc Steiner show segment, "Sound Bites: Doctors Concerned About Antibiotic Use On Healthy Animals | Maryland Poultry Farms Fined Over Pollution | Visit To Hidden Harvest Farm in Baltimore"
www.steinershow.org

Thomas J. Turner, paraplegic fought for accessibility for the disabled to sports venues and buses
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 30

Andrew Levy of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Sun obituary "Thomas J. Turner, paraplegic fought for accessibility for the disabled to sports venues and buses."
www.baltimoresun.com

UMB Creates New Program to Steer Children into Health Careers, with NCI Grant
oea.umaryland.edu - Oct. 28

Jay Perman and Brian Sturdivant of the University of Maryland, Baltimore were quoted, as was Kevin Cullen of the School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, in the article, "UMB Creates New Program to Steer Children into Health Careers, with NCI Grant," on oea.umaryland.edu.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

Un misterio, recuperaciýn de pacientes con Ebola
LaOpinion.com - Oct. 29

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Un misterio, recuperacion de pacientes con Ebola" on LaOpinion.com.
www.laopinion.com

VIDEO: How U.S. health providers can contain Ebola
familypracticenews.com - Oct. 28

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "VIDEO: How U.S. health providers can contain Ebola" on familypracticenews.com. He appears in the accompanying video.
www.familypracticenews.com

October 29 update.

Clozapine Monotherapy More Cost-Effective Than Antipsychotic Polypharmacy, Study Shows
Psychnews.org - Oct. 28

Deanna Kelly of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Clozapine Monotherapy More Cost-Effective Than Antipsychotic Polypharmacy, Study Shows" on Psychnews.org.
alert.psychnews.org

Ebola epidemic poses dilemma: Civil rights versus public safety
Portland Press Herald - Oct. 29

Amy Major of the UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was quoted in the Portland Press Herald article "Ebola epidemic poses dilemma: Civil rights versus public safety."
www.pressherald.com

FDLI's DQSA Conference is taking place in just over a month!
Smartbrief.com - Oct. 28

The School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "FDLI'ss DQSA Conference is taking place in just over a month!" on Smartbrief.com.
www.smartbrief.com

Here's what Paragon Bioservices plans to do with $13M in new funding
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 29

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article, "Here's what Paragon Bioservices plans to do with $13M in new funding," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Imposition of Berom govll create crisis -Plateau ex-commissioner
Punch Online - Oct. 28

Patrick Dakum of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Imposition of Berom govll create crisis -Plateau ex-commissioner" in Punch Online.
www.punchng.com

Quarantine Q&A
Daily Record - Oct. 29

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the Daily Record article "Quarantine Q&A - Five Questions with the Center for Health and Homeland Security's Michael Greenberger."
thedailyrecord.com

Sniffing out 'superbugs'
The Daily Record - Oct. 24

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in The Daily Record article "Sniffing out 'superbugs.'"
thedailyrecord.com

South Baltimore Business Roundup
Southbmore.com - Oct. 28

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article "South Baltimore Business Roundup" on Southbmore.com.
southbmore.com

Test Your Sleep IQ
Health.com - Oct. 28

Steven Scharf of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Test Your Sleep IQ" on Health.com.
www.health.com

Town Hall: Campus Police Say Changes Made After Recent Incidents
UMB News - Oct. 28

UMB President Jay A. Perman and Public Safety Diretor Tony Williams were quoted in the article "Town Hall: Campus Police Say Changes Made After Recent Incidents" on UMB News.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

U.S. News rolls out global university rankings, with some surprises
Washington Post - Oct. 28

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Washington Post article, "U.S. News rolls out global university rankings, with some surprises."
www.washingtonpost.com

University of Maryland Medical Center patient tests negative for Ebola
WBAL TV - Oct. 28

Trudy Henson of the UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the WBAL TV piece "University of Maryland Medical Center patient tests negative for Ebola."
www.wbaltv.com

Waters Centers of Innovation Program Honors Colorado State University Laboratory
FortMillTimes.com - Oct. 28

The School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "Waters Centers of Innovation Program Honors Colorado State University Laboratory" on FortMillTimes.com.
www.fortmilltimes.com

October 28 update.

Aberdeen Proving Ground Sends Chemists To Help With Ebola Outbreak
WJZ-TV - Oct. 27

Jim Campbell of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "Aberdeen Proving Ground Sends Chemists To Help With Ebola Outbreak" on WJZ-TV.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

Baltimore's Paragon Bioservices raises $13 million
Baltimore Business Journal - oct. 28

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article, "Baltimore's Paragon Bioservices raises $13 million," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Ebola: Lawmakers, Healthcare Leaders Clash Over Quarantines
HealthLeadersMedia.com - Oct. 27

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Ebola: Lawmakers, Healthcare Leaders Clash Over Quarantines" on HealthLeadersMedia.com.
umm.gd

Md. to impose home quarantine, transit limits on some travelers from Ebola-stricken countries
i>Baltimore Sun - Oct. 27
CenterMaryland.org - Oct. 28

Mark Graber of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Md. to impose home quarantine, transit limits on some travelers from Ebola-stricken countries." The article was excerpted on CenterMaryland.org.
www.baltimoresun.com
CenterMaryland.org

New Skills for New Jobs
UMB News - Oct. 27

UMB President Jay A. Perman was interviewed for the article "New Skills for New Jobs" on UMB News.
www.umaryland.edu

New app helps people expunge their criminal records
ABAjournal.com - Oct.27

Jon Tippens, a student at the School of Law, was featured in the article "New app helps people expunge their criminal records" on ABAjournal.com.
www.abajournal.com

Nigeria institute steps up Ebola, HIV research
StarAfrica.com - Oct. 27

Patrick Dakum of the Institute of Human Virology of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Nigeria institute steps up Ebola, HIV research" on StarAfrica.com.
en.starafrica.com

ON THE MOVE
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 26

Vadim Morozov and Harry Johnson, Jr. of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the ON THE MOVE section of the Baltimore Sun print edition.

One company's legal battle to change the future of TV
redalertpolitics.com - Oct. 27

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "One company's legal battle to change the future of TV" on redalertpolitics.com.
redalertpolitics.com

Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 27

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.chicagotribune.com

Rick Barth - October 28, 2014
WYPR-FM - Oct. 28

Richard P. Barth of the School of Social Work was featured in the commentary, "Rick Barth - October 28, 2014," on WYPR-FM.
wypr.org

Smartphone addiction? It's hard to diagnose
Washington Post - Oct. 27

David Gorelick of the School of Medicine was featured in the Washington Post article "Smartphone addiction? It's hard to diagnose."
umm.gd

The Future of Anonymity on the Internet Is Facebook Rooms
Wired.com - Oct.27

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "The Future of Anonymity on the Internet Is Facebook Rooms" on Wired.com.
www.wired.com

Thousands sign up as city's Section 8 wait list opens for first time in a decade
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 27

Jeff Singer of the School of Social Work was interviewed for the article "Thousands sign up as city's Section 8 wait list opens for first time in a decade" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

UMB gets $58k for 'financial social work'
Daily Record - Oct. 27

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and the School of Social Work were featured in the Daily Record article, "UMB gets $58k for 'financial social work,'" which was accompanied by a photo. It shows Dean Richard P. Barth, from right, and Christine Callahan of the School.
bit.ly

UMB launches program to cultivate middle-schoolers' interest in cancer careers
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 27
CenterMaryland.org - oct. 28

Jay Perman and Brian Sturdivant of the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Kevin Cullen of the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center were quoted in the Baltimore Sun article, "UMB launches program to cultivate middle-schoolers' interest in cancer careers." The article also was excerpted on CenterMaryland.org.
bsun.md
CenterMaryland.org

University of Maryland School of Nursing Faculty and Students Honored at Maryland Nurses Association Convention
SON News - Oct. 28

Barbara Dobish and Mary Fey of the School of Nursing were featured in the article "University of Maryland School of Nursing Faculty and Students Honored at Maryland Nurses Association Convention" on SON News.
www.nursing.umaryland.edu

October 27 update.

Ebola Researcher Says Vaccinology Isn't Rocket Science - It's Harder
WAMU-FM - Oct. 25

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the segment "Ebola Researcher Says Vaccinology Isn't Rocket Science - It's Harder" on WAMU-FM.
wamu.org

음주(飮酒), 60세 이상에게는 기억력↑ 치매위험↓ (연구)
News.Naver.com - Oct. 25

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "음주(飮酒), 60세 이상에게는 기억력↑ 치매위험↓ (연구)" in News.Naver.com.
news.naver.com

Aereo, the Supreme Court, and the Future of TV
Reason.com - Oct. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Aereo, the Supreme Court, and the Future of TV" on Reason.com.
reason.com

After Reversal in Key Copyright Case, What's Next for Academic Fair Use?
PublishersWeekly.com - Oct. 25

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "After Reversal in Key Copyright Case, What's Next for Academic Fair Use?" in PublishersWeekly.com.
www.publishersweekly.com

All You Need to Know About Apple Pay
cardhub.com - Oct. 19

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "All You Need to Know About Apple Pay" on cardhub.com.
www.cardhub.com

Antiviral activities of plants
Jamaicaobserver.com - Oct. 26

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Antiviral activities of plants" in the Jamaicaobserver.com.
www.jamaicaobserver.com

Can Homeless People Move into Baltimore's Abandoned Houses?
WEAA-FM - Oct. 24

Jeff Singer of the School of Social Work was interviewed in the Marc Steiner Show segment,"Can Homeless People Move into Baltimore's Abandoned Houses?" on WEAA-FM.
www.steinershow.org

Cancer Survivor Celebrates Countdown to Opening of Proton Center in UM BioPark
oea.umaryland.edu - Oct. 24

E. Albert Reece, Howard Eisenberg, William Regine, and Minesh Mehta of the School of Medicine were quoted, and the University of Maryland BioPark mentioned in the article "Cancer Survivor Celebrates Countdown to Opening of Proton Center in UM BioPark" on umaryland.edu.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

Drinking alcohol helps improve memory ... if you are at least 60
techtimes.com - Oct. 26

Faika Zanjani of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Drinking alcohol helps improve memory ... if you are at least 60" on techtimes.com and others.
www.techtimes.com
psychcentral.com

Fatalities in federal workforce increased, statistics show
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 25

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Fatalities in federal workforce increased, statistics show" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

How to kill a troll
nakedsecurity.sophos.com - Oct. 24

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "How to kill a troll" on nakedsecurity.sophos.com.
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Junge Frauen im Netz besonders gefhrdet
newswalk.info - Oct. 24

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Junge Frauen im Netz besonders gefhrdet" on newswalk.info.
www.newswalk.info

Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP
WNET-TV - Oct. 25

The School of Law was mentioned in the documentary "Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP" on WNET-TV.
No link is available.

Number of LSAT takers down 8.1 percent
The Daily Record - Oct. 25

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Number of LSAT takers down 8.1 percent" in The Daily Record.
thedailyrecord.com

Pathways picked for Healthy Transitions program
SoMdNews.com - Oct. 25

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Pathways picked for Healthy Transitions program" in SoMdNews.com.
www.somdnews.com

Privacy Weekend: Provocative Articles We're Reading Now-October 24, 2014
natlawreview.com - Oct. 24

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Privacy Weekend: Provocative Articles We're Reading Now-October 24, 2014" on natlawreview.com.
www.natlawreview.com

Scientists Fight For Superbug Research As U.S. Pauses Funding
National Public Radio - Oct. 23

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the segment "Scientists Fight For Superbug Research As U.S. Pauses Funding" on National Public Radio.
ideastations.org

The Road to Ebola Vaccine Development
CNN - Oct. 25

Jim Campbell of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the segment "The Road to Ebola Vaccine Development" on CNN.
beta.criticalmention.com

WHO vreest dat ebola in Mali om zich heen grijpt
DWTonline.com - Oct. 25

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "WHO vreest dat ebola in Mali om zich heen grijpt" on DWTonline.com.
www.dwtonline.com

Westminster Hall: the spookiest place in Baltimore
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 25

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Westminster Hall: the spookiest place in Baltimore" in The Baltimore Sun.
darkroom.baltimoresun.com

October 24 update.

American College of Chest Physicians to provide late-breaking resources and education on Ebola at CHEST 2014
CHEST ý Oct. 23

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "American College of Chest Physicians to provide late-breaking resources and education on Ebola at CHEST 2014," in CHEST.
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FDA helps small medical device companies innovate quicker
Healthcare Packaging Online - Oct. 23

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "FDA helps small medical device companies innovate quicker," on Healthcare Packaging - Online, 10.23
www.healthcarepackaging.com

How Teleconferencing Could Help Urban Schools Solve a Mental Health Crisis
CityLab ý Oct. 2

Sharon Stephan of the School of Medicine's Center for School Mental Health was quoted in the article, "How Teleconferencing Could Help Urban Schools Solve a Mental Health Crisis," on CityLab.com
umm.gd

Mummies of the World: Historic mummy collection arrives at Cincinnati Museum Center
wcpo.com - Oct. 23

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "Mummies of the World: Historic mummy collection arrives at Cincinnati Museum Center," on wcpo.com.
www.wcpo.com

Scientists fight for superbug research as US pauses funding
NPR - Oct. 23
KPCC-FM Online. - Oct. 23

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "Scientists fight for superbug research as US pauses funding," on NPR.org and KPCC-FM Online.
www.npr.org

UMass Medical School to lead Ebola team in Liberia
Boston Globe - Oct. 23

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "UMass Medical School to lead Ebola team in Liberia," in the Boston Globe.
www.bostonglobe.com

University of Maryland, Baltimore readies $200M proton cancer center
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 24

William Regine of the School of Medicine was interviewed and the University of Maryland, Baltimore and the UM BioPark were mentioned in the article, "University of Maryland, Baltimore readies $200M proton cancer center," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
umm.gd

October 23 update.

Baltimore Nurse Credits ACA With Rapid Job Growth In Nursing Field
cbslocal.com - Oct. 20

Bimbola Akintade of the School of Nursing was quoted in the article, "Baltimore Nurse Credits ACA With Rapid Job Growth In Nursing Field," on cbslocal.com.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

Howard executive candidates have similar backgrounds, different philosophies
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 23

The School of Law was mentioned in the article, "Howard executive candidates have similar backgrounds, different philosophies," in the Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

Letters: Tackling the Ebola outbreak
New York Journal News - Oct. 22

Alan Cross of the School of Medicine was quoted in the item, "Letters: Tackling the Ebola outbreak," in the New York Journal News
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Marian Grant Named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow
Citibizlist.com - Oct. 22

Marian Grant of the School of Nursing was featured in the article, "Marian Grant Named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow," on Citibizlist.com.
baltimore.citybizlist.com

Maryland to monitor travelers from West Africa for Ebola symptoms as CDC increases surveillance
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 22
centermaryland.org - Oct. 23

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "Maryland to monitor travelers from West Africa for Ebola symptoms as CDC increases surveillance" in The Baltimore Sun. The story was excerpted on centermaryland.org.
www.baltimoresun.com

Online Harassment Prevalent, Often by Strangers, Pew Study Finds
Wall Street Journal - Oct. 22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Online Harassment Prevalent, Often by Strangers, Pew Study Finds." The article also appeared on pbs.org.
blogs.wsj.com
www.pbs.org

Pharmacy draws spotlight at CDC health forum
Chaindrugreview.com - Oct. 22

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "Pharmacy draws spotlight at CDC health forum" on Chaindrugreview.com.
www.chaindrugreview.com

Posting medical advice on Facebook (if you're not a doctor)
quickanddirtytips.com - Oct 22

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine was in the article "Posting medical advice on Facebook (if you're not a doctor)," on quickanddirtytips.com
www.quickanddirtytips.com

SunTrust Foundation Endows SSW Scholarship; Further Supports Financial Social Work Initiative
UMB News - Oct. 22

Dean Richard P. Barth and Meg Woodside of the School of Social Work were interviewed, and John Cagle, Christine Callahan, and Jodi Jacobson Frey of the School of Social Work were mentioned the article "SunTrust Foundation Endows SSW Scholarship; Further Supports Financial Social Work Initiative" on UMB News.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

The Imminent Death of the Internet Troll
The Atlantic - Oct.22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "The Imminent Death of the Internet Troll" in The Atlantic.
www.theatlantic.com

To defeat trolls, we need to do more than jail them
newscientist.com - Oct. 22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law authored the article "To defeat trolls, we need to do more than jail them" on newscientist.com.
www.newscientist.com

Women and gender experts want authorities to curb rural-urban migration
Daily Trust - Oct. 22

Patrick Dakum of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Women and gender experts want authorities to curb rural-urban migration" in the Daily Trust.
www.dailytrust.com.ng

October 22 update.

Blood tests in the works for breast cancer
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 21

Katherine Tkaczuk from the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Blood tests in the works for breast cancer."
umm.gd

Ebola vaccine could be ready for West Africa by January, WHO official says
CBS News - Oct. 21

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the CBS News story, "Ebola vaccine could be ready for West Africa by January, WHO official says."
umm.gd

Grant Named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow
BaltimoreSun.com - Oct. 21

Marian Grant of the School of Nursing was featured in the article, "Grant Named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow," on BaltimoreSun.com
www.baltimoresun.com

Healthcare Update Satellite - 10-21-2014
Emergency Physicians Monthly - Oct. 21

The School of Medicine was mentined in the article, "Healthcare Update Satellite - 10-21-2014," in Emergency Physicians Monthly.
www.epmonthly.com

International Investment Disputes: Arbitration, Litigation, and Investor-State Relations
asil.org - Oct. 22

The School of Law was mentioned in the item, "International Investment Disputes: Arbitration, Litigation, and Investor-State Relations," on asil.org
www.asil.org

KCRW - To the Point
KCRW - Oct. 21

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was on the KCRW radio program "To the Point."
www.kcrw.com

Letter to editor
mtairynews.com - Oct. 22

The School of Nursing was mentioned in the article, "Letter to editor" on mtairynews.com.
mtairynews.com

Manager's sense of humor that motivates people
BusinessWorld Online - Oct. 16

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "Manager's sense of humor that motivates people," on BusinessWorld Online.
www.itmatters.com.ph

New film shows what happens when an environmental group targets a family farm
Marylandreporter.com - Oct. 21

The University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic was featured in the article "New film shows what happens when an environmental group targets a family farm" on Marylandreporter.com.
marylandreporter.com

Nollywood Actress, Mercy Johnson, Names Her Son Henry
NigerianBulletin.com - Oct. 21

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Nollywood Actress, Mercy Johnson, Names Her Son Henry"on the NigerianBulletin.com.
www.nigerianbulletin.com

Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 22

The Baltimore Sun article, "Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army" referred to the School of Medicine .
www.baltimoresun.com

Research: Childhood fractures rarely treated correctly in ERs
Sun Herald - oct. 21

The School of Medicine was mentined in the article, "Research: Childhood fractures rarely treated correctly in ERs," in the Sun Herald.
www.sunherald.com

Volunteers Line Up In The Race To Find An Ebola Vaccine
WOR-AM - Oct. 21
WOLB-AM - Oct. 21

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the report, "Volunteers Line Up In The Race To Find An Ebola Vaccine" on WOLB-AM, WOR-AM, and other outlets.
No link available

Women and Online Harrassment
National Public Radio - Oct. 22

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed in the segment, "Women and Online Harrassment," on the Diane Rehm show on National Public Radio.
thedianerehmshow.org

October 21 update.

Aeolus Announces Presentation of Efficacy Data for AEOL 10150 in Multiple Studies Showing Significant Survival Improvement and Tissue Protection After Radiation Exposure to the Lungs
FinancialBuzz.com - Oct. 20

Ann Farese, Thomas MacVittie, Francis Murgi, Chiwei Hung, Lauren Jackson, and Zeljko Vujaskovic of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the article "Aeolus Announces Presentation of Efficacy Data for AEOL 10150 in Multiple Studies Showing Significant Survival Improvement and Tissue Protection After Radiation Exposure to the Lungs" on FinancialBuzz.com.
www.financialbuzz.com

After 60 years, time for a GOP AG?
Daily Record - Oct. 20

The School of Law was mentioned in the Daily Record article, "After 60 years, time for a GOP AG?"
thedailyrecord.com

Canada urged to cancel Ebola vaccine license, transfer rights to bigger company
ctvnews.ca - Oct. 20

Samba Sow of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Canada urged to cancel Ebola vaccine license, transfer rights to bigger company" on ctvnews.ca.
www.ctvnews.ca

Danielle Citron Interview on WTOP-FM
WTOP-FM - Oct. 20

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was interviewed on WTOP-FM for a segment about cyber harassment.
No link available.

Documentary Video: Environmentalists Gone Wild
Watchdogwire-Maryland - Oct. 20

The School of Law, the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic and former SOL dean Phoebe Haddon were mentioned in the article "Documentary Video: Environmentalists Gone Wild" on Watchdogwire-Maryland.
watchdogwire.com

Emergent BioSolutions among three under consideration for Ebola drug manufacturing
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 20

The University of Maryland Center for Vaccine Development was mentioned in the article "Emergent BioSolutions among three under consideration for Ebola drug manufacturing" in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Gamergate is loud, dangerous and a last grasp at cultural dominance by angry white men
theguardian.com - Oct. 21

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Gamergate is loud, dangerous and a last grasp at cultural dominance by angry white men" on theguardian.com.
www.theguardian.com

JAMA Findings Reveal Vaccine Approach to Fight Pandemic Bird Flu
Healthcanal.com - Oct. 20

Wilber Chen of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "JAMA Findings Reveal Vaccine Approach to Fight Pandemic Bird Flu" on Healthcanal.com.
www.healthcanal.com

Md. company to help develop Ebola vaccine
WBAL-TV - Oct. 20

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "Md. company to help develop Ebola vaccine" on WBAL-TV.
www.wbaltv.com

Mistakes all too common when setting children's broken bones
sfgate.com - Oct. 20

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Mistakes all too common when setting children's broken bones" on sfgate.com.
www.sfgate.com

Police Escort Usage Increases
UMB News - Oct. 20

UMB President Jay Perman and Police Chief Tony Williams, Beth Friedman of UMMC, and UMB students Sidrah Khan, Meghan Kemp, Patrick Mensah and Henry Inegbenosun were interviewed for the article "Police Escort Usage Increases" on UMB News.
www.umaryland.edu

Volunteers Line Up In The Race To Find An Ebola Vaccine
WJZ-TV - Oct. 20
Mdnewsfeed.com - Oct. 20

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Volunteers Line Up In The Race To Find An Ebola Vaccine" on WJZ-TV and mdnewsfeed.com.
baltimore.cbslocal.com
www.mdnewsfeed.com

October 20 update.

"Gamergate," guns and threats against women collide in Utah
cbsnews.com - Oct. 17

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "'Gamergate,' guns and threats against women collide in Utah"on cbsnews.com.
cbsn.ws

1st Dallas Nurse In 'Fair, Stable' Condition In Md. Hospital
WJZ-TV - Oct. 18

Milagritos Tapia and Myron Levine of the School of Medicine were mentioned in the story "1st Dallas Nurse In 'Fair, Stable' Condition In Md. Hospital" on WJZ-TV.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer
CaptialGazette.com - Oct. 18

Sheri Slezak of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer" in the CapitalGazette.com.
www.capitalgazette.com

BARDA Awards $5.8M to Profectus toward Ebola Vaccine
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News - Oct. 18

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "BARDA Awards $5.8M to Profectus toward Ebola Vaccine" in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.
www.genengnews.com

CDC Lawyer Urges Looking at the Law as Ebola Emotion Swirls
The Daily Report - Oct. 17

Michael Greenberger, of the School of Law and UM Center for Health and Homeland Security, is quoted in the Daily Report article "CDC Lawyer Urges Looking at the Law as Ebola Emotion Swirls."
www.dailyreportonline.com

CNN Broadcast Transcript
CNN - Oct. 18

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was featured in a CNN broadcast segment, transcript provided.
transcripts.cnn.com

Couple stuck together after having sex in the sea - 8 ways sex can and will land you in A&E
Metro.co.uk - Oct. 19

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Couple stuck together after having sex in the sea - 8 ways sex can and will land you in A&E"on Metro.co.uk.
metro.co.uk

Dan Rodricks: Vigilance for viruses requires money, bipartisan support
CapitalGazette.com - Oct.18
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 18

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the opinion piece "Dan Rodricks: Vigilance for viruses requires money, bipartisan support" in the Baltimore Sun and on CapitalGazette.com.
www.capitalgazette.com
www.baltimoresun.com

Dr. Pamela Clark Named One of "50 Women to Watch" in Baltimore
UMGCC.org - Oct. 18

Kevin Cullen and Pamela Clark of the School of Medicine were interviewed for the article "Dr. Pamela Clark Named One of "50 Women to Watch" in Baltimore" on UMGCC.org.
www.umgcc.org

Ebola is one of many lethal infections threatening U.S. Hospitals
Denver Post - Oct. 19

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Denver Post article "Ebola is one of many lethal infections threatening U.S. Hospitals."
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Ebola vaccine research and NIH funding cuts: reviewing the numbers
Politifact.com - Oct. 17

Alan Cross of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Ebola vaccine research and NIH funding cuts: reviewing the numbers" on politifact.com.
www.politifact.com

Ebola vaccine trials to begin in Baltimore next month
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 18
centermaryland.org - Oct. 20

Kirsten Lyke and Myron Levine, both of the School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development, were quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Ebola vaccine trials to begin in Baltimore next month." The article is excerpted on centermaryland.org.
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centermaryland.org

Fixing foster care: 'Where do I belong?'
The Spokesman-Review - Oct. 19

Richard Barth of the School of Social Work was quoted in the Spokesman-Review article "Fixing foster care: 'Where do I belong?'"
Fixing foster care: ýWhere do I belong?ý

Gov. O'Malley Updates Public on Ebola Preparations
WBOC-TV - Oct. 17
WMAR-TV - Oct. 17

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "Gov. O'Malley Updates Public on Ebola Preparations" on WBOC-TV and WMAR-TV.
www.wboc.com
www.abc2news.com

Health Watch: Asthma
WBFF-TV - Oct. 18

Adam Spanier of the School of Medicine was interivewed on the segment "Health Watch: Asthma" on WBFF-TV.
foxbaltimore.com

Hoogleraar vernietigend over griepvaccin
Online Het Laatste Nieuws - Oct. 18

Peter Doshi of the School of Pharmacy was interviewed for the story "Hoogleraar vernietigend over griepvaccin" on Online Het Laatste Nieuws.
ohln.nl

Human Ebola Vaccine Trials Set To Begin In Baltimore, Participants Will Be Compensated
Inquisitr - Oct. 19

Kirsten Lyke of the School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development was quoted in the Inquisitr article "Human Ebola Vaccine Trials Set To Begin In Baltimore, Participants Will Be Compensated."
www.inquisitr.com

Key Items Tell Maryland Emancipation Story
KTXD-TV - Oct. 17
KALB-TV - Oct. 17

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Key Items Tell Maryland Emancipation Story" on KTXD-TV and KALB-TV.
www.ktxdtv.com
www.kalb.com

Md. has yet to recover millions spent on failed exchange site
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 18

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Md. has yet to recover millions spent on failed exchange site" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

Mistakes in Treating Childhood Fractures
The New York Times - Oct. 17
Kaiser Health News - Oct. 17

Joshua Abzug of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Mistakes in Treating Childhood Fractures" in The New York Times and on Kaiser Health News.
www.nytimes.com
www.kaiserhealthnews.org

More women play video games than boys, and other surprising facts lost in the mess of Gamergate
Washington Post - Oct. 17

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Washington Post article "More women play video games than boys, and other surprising facts lost in the mess of Gamergate."
wapo.st

NKF-MD Reveals Menu for Santý: A Culinary Odyssey, Nov. 20 at M&T Bank Stadium
Citibizlist.com - Oct.19

Jonathan Bromberg of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "NKF-MD Reveals Menu for Santý: A Culinary Odyssey, Nov. 20 at M&T Bank Stadium" on Citibizlist.com.
baltimore.citybizlist.com

Pre-Op Routines Reduce Post-Op Risk for Obese Patients
Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News - Oct. 17

Megan Anders of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Pre-Op Routines Reduce Post-Op Risk for Obese Patients" on Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News.
www.gastroendonews.com

State health officials say they're learning from Ebola mistakes in Texas
Capital News Service - Oct. 17
Citibizlist.com - Oct. 17

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Capital News Service story, "State health officials say they're learning from Ebola mistakes in Texas," that also appeared on Citibizlist.com.
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baltimore.citybizlist.com

Troubles hit Maryland group home for disabled children
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 18

The Baltimore Sun article "Troubles hit Maryland group home for disabled children" quoted Michael Pinard of the School of Law.
www.baltimoresun.com

Two-thirds of eligible hospital patients refused flu vaccine
Healio.com - Oct. 19

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Two-thirds of eligible hospital patients refused flu vaccine" on Healio.com.
www.healio.com

Univ. Of Md. Builds Medical Center Offering Proton Therapy
WJZ-TV - Oct. 18

Minesh Mehta of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the segment "Univ. Of Md. Builds Medical Center Offering Proton Therapy" on WJZ-TV.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

Walberg, Byrnes face off for Congress
Lansing State Journal - Oct. 18

The School of Law was mentioned in the Lansing State Journal article "Walberg, Byrnes face off for Congress."
www.lansingstatejournal.com

Why Won't The Fear Of Airborne Ebola Go Away?
NPR -Oct.17

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was interivewed for the story "Why Won't The Fear Of Airborne Ebola Go Away?" on NPR.
www.npr.org

Why isn't there an Ebola vaccine?
CBS Evening News - Oct. 17

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development was featured on the CBS Evening News story "Why isn't there an Ebola vaccine?"
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October 17 update.

Young Cancer Survivor from Baltimore Helps Celebrate Countdown to Opening of the Maryland Proton Treatment Center
UMSOM News - Oct. 16

Howard Eisenberg and Minesh Mehta of the School of Medicine were interviewed for the article "Young Cancer Survivor from Baltimore Helps Celebrate Countdown to Opening of the Maryland Proton Treatment Center" on UMSOM News.
somvweb.som.umaryland.edu

Autodesk bets big on architecture,engineering sectors in India
The Economic Times - Oct. 16

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Autodesk bets big on architecture,engineering sectors in India" in The Economic Times.
articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Dallas Nurse Comes To Md. For Ebola Treatment
baltimore.cbslocal.com - Oct. 16

Myron Levine and Milagritos Tapia of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "Dallas Nurse Comes To Md. For Ebola Treatment" on baltimore.cbslocal.com.
baltimore.cbslocal.com

Data Scientists Say Ethical Standards Are Needed
baselinemag.com - Oct. 17

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Data Scientists Say Ethical Standards Are Needed" on baselinemag.com.
www.baselinemag.com

Guys Are Bitches Or At Least They Talk More Than Them
EliteDaily.com - Oct. 16

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Guys Are Bitches Or At Least They Talk More Than Them" on EliteDaily.com.
elitedaily.com

HHS investing $5.8M in Ebola vaccine Baltimore company Profectus is developing
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 16

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "HHS investing $5.8M in Ebola vaccine Baltimore company Profectus is developing."
www.baltimoresun.com

Man-Made Virus: Ft. Detrick Created AIDS & EBOLA
conspiracyplanet.com - Oct. 17

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Man-Made Virus: Ft. Detrick Created AIDS & EBOLA" on conspiracyplanet.com.
www.conspiracyplanet.com

Maryland researchers begin Ebola vaccine trials
baltimore.citybizlist.com - Oct. 16

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted, and Samba Sow of the School of Medicine mentioned, in the article "Maryland researchers begin Ebola vaccine trials" on baltimore.citybizlist.com.
baltimore.citybizlist.com

Md. caregivers seek more training, protection after Ebola spreads to 2 Texas nurses
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 15

Yolanda Ogbolu of the School of Nursing and the Office of Global Health was quoted in the Baltimore Sun and Capital Gazette articles "Md. caregivers seek more training, protection after Ebola spreads to 2 Texas nurses."
www.baltimoresun.com
www.capitalgazette.com

Promising Ebola vaccine to enter next stage of tests in early 2015
Voice of America - Oct. 16

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Promising Ebola vaccine to enter next stage of tests in early 2015" on Voice of America and torontotelegraph.com.
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www.torontotelegraph.com

Research Roundup: Malpractice Reforms And Doctors' Practice
Kaiser Health News - Oct. 16

Josh Abzug of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the articl "Research Roundup: Malpractice Reforms And Doctors' Practice" in Kaiser Health News.
www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Reviving the West Side can start by reducing the footprint of MLK Blvd.
Baltimore Brew - Oct. 16

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the opinion piece "Reviving the West Side can start by reducing the footprint of MLK Blvd." in the Baltimore Brew.
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The Dark Market for Personal Data
New York Times - Oct. 16

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law authored the op-ed "The Dark Market for Personal Data" that appeared in the New York Times.
www.nytimes.com

The FCC's headed 'to infinity and beyond' - Nothing but praise for the new PTO nominee, Lee - A new net neutrality group targets the GOP
politico.com - Oct. 17

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "The FCC's headed 'to infinity and beyond' - Nothing but praise for the new PTO nominee, Lee - A new net neutrality group targets the GOP" on politico.com and in a similar article on americanbanker.com.
www.politico.com
www.americanbanker.com

The School of Pharmacy has a strong presence in front of Congress in September as faculty and students share their clinical expertise through health fairs, meetings, and testimonies.
UMSOP News - Oct. 16

Dean Natalie Eddington, Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner and Nicole Brandt of the School of Pharmacy, and Alexandra McPherson, a student at the School of Pharmacy were interviewed for the article "The School of Pharmacy has a strong presence in front of Congress in September as faculty and students share their clinical expertise through health fairs, meetings, and testimonies" on UMSOP News.
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U-Md. Plays Role in Ebola Vaccine Test in Africa
washington.cbslocal.com - Oct. 16

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "U-Md. Plays Role in Ebola Vaccine Test in Africa" on washington.cbslocal.com.
washington.cbslocal.com

U.S. could learn lessons from Africa's Ebola response
NPR - Oct. 16

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the NPR story "U.S. could learn lessons from Africa's Ebola response."
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What is #GamerGate?
metronews.ca - Oct. 17

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "What is #GamerGate?" on metronews.ca.
metronews.ca

Why is it taking so long to identify the anonymous Gamergate trolls?
Washington Post - Oct. 17

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Washington Post article "Why is it taking so long to identify the anonymous Gamergate trolls?"
www.washingtonpost.com

October 16 update.

Big Data, Commercial Research, and the Protection of Subjects
primr.blogspot.com - Oct. 15

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Big Data, Commercial Research, and the Protection of Subjects" on primr.blogspot.com.
primr.blogspot.com

Campaign signs: An eyesore to some; a booming business to others
Capital Gazette - Oct. 16

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was quoted in the Capital Gazette article "Campaign signs: An eyesore to some; a booming business to others."
www.capitalgazette.com

How does contact tracing work?
Fox News - Oct. 15

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Fox News story "How does contact tracing work?"
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Indian pharmacy through an eminent pioneer's eyes
business-standard.com - Oct. 15

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Indian pharmacy through an eminent pioneer's eyes" on business-standard.com.
www.business-standard.com

Jennifer Lawrence took on Google after its failure to remove stolen photos from its searches - but are lower-profile victims being ignored?
independent.co.uk - Oct. 15

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Jennifer Lawrence took on Google after its failure to remove stolen photos from its searches - but are lower-profile victims being ignored?" on independent.co.uk.
www.independent.co.uk

Josh Voorhees: Why don't we have an Ebola vaccine?
dallasnews.com - Oct. 15

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Josh Voorhees: Why don't we have an Ebola vaccine?" on dallasnews.com.
www.dallasnews.com

Maryland Doctors Help Test Ebola Vaccine
baltimore.cbslocal.com - Oct. 15

Milagritos Tapia and Myron Levine of the School of Medicine were interviewed for the segment "Maryland Doctors Help Test Ebola Vaccine" that aired on WJZ-TV. A similar article appeared on technical.ly.
baltimore.cbslocal.com
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Proton radiation therapy coming to Baltimore
WYPR - Oct. 15
WJZ-TV - Oct. 15
WBFF-TV - Oct. 15

Minesh Mehta of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Proton radiation therapy coming to Baltimore" on WYPR's program Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast. Similar stories also aired on WJZ-TV and WBFF-TV, and ran in the Baltimore Business Journal and on healthleadersmedia.com.
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www.bizjournals.com
www.healthleadersmedia.com

Regeneron Genetics Center Fully Operational, Announces New Collaborations and Key Appointments
marketwatch.com - Oct. 16

Alan Shuldiner of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Regeneron Genetics Center Fully Operational, Announces New Collaborations and Key Appointments" on marketwatch.com and others.
www.marketwatch.com
westfaironline.com
www.pharmacychoice.com

Reviving the West Side can start by reducing the footprint of MLK Blvd.
Baltimore Brew - Oct. 16

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and the University of Maryland BioPark were mentioned in the Baltimore Brew article "Reviving the West Side can start by reducing the footprint of MLK Blvd."
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Top 10 foods for women
longevitylive.com - Oct. 15

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was featured in the longevitylive.com article "Top 10 foods for women."
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Unsung doctors
authenticmedicine.com - Oct. 15

Richard Colgan of the School of Medicine was featured in the authenticmedicine.com article "Unsung doctors."
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October 15 update.

10 Top Foods for Women
Huffington Post - Oct. 15

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine authored the Huffington Post article "10 Top Foods for Women"
www.longevitylive.com

50 Women to Watch 2014
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 15

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "50 Women to Watch 2014."
www.baltimoresun.com

A Million Peeping Toms: When Hacking Is Also a Hate Crime
Time - Oct. 14

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Time magazine article "A Million Peeping Toms: When Hacking Is Also a Hate Crime."
time.com

BPA Exposure During Pregnancy Linked With Childhood Wheezing
medicalresearch.com - Oct. 13

Alan Spanier of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "BPA Exposure During Pregnancy Linked With Childhood Wheezing" on medicalresearch.com.
medicalresearch.com

Can You Get Ebola from a Sneeze?
news.discovery.com - Oct. 14

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Can You Get Ebola from a Sneeze?" on news.discovery.com.
news.discovery.com

County women's stories show breast cancer can strike at any age
Capital-Gazette - Oct. 10

Barbara Drogula and Nelson Goldberg of the School of Medicine both were mentioned in the article "County women's stories show breast cancer can strike at any age" in the Capital-Gazette.
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Feds begin process of selling 1.1-million-square-foot Metro West complex
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 14

Jay A. Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Baltimore Business Journal article "Feds begin process of selling 1.1-million-square-foot Metro West complex."
www.bizjournals.com

First Ebola vaccine trial starts in Africa with three health workers given experimental drug
The Citizen - Oct. 14

The Citizen and ngrguardiannews.com article "First Ebola vaccine trial starts in Africa with three health workers given experimental drug" quoted Myron Levine and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine.
thecitizenng.com
www.ngrguardiannews.com

Fixing the Broken Mental Health System
Huffington Post - Oct. 13

Steven Sharfstein of the School of Medicine co-authored the Huffington Post article "Fixing the Broken Mental Health System."
www.huffingtonpost.com

Jokes don't save lives, but mammograms can
Capital-Gazette - Oct. 10

The Capital-Gazette article "Jokes don't save lives, but mammograms can" quoted Barbara Urban of the School of Medicine.
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Lab-Grown Penises Aren't Science Fiction Any More
Men's Health - Oct. 15

Andrew Kramer of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Men's Health article "Lab-Grown Penises Aren't Science Fiction Any More."
www.menshealth.com

Mali holds Ebola vaccine trials
news.yahoo.com - Oct. 11

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Mali holds Ebola vaccine trials" on news.yahoo.com.
news.yahoo.com

Maple Lawn Autumn Harvest Music Festival
Patch.com - Oct. 13

The University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center was mentioned in the Patch.com article "Maple Lawn Autumn Harvest Music Festival."
patch.com

Medical courses in Damascus taught on the wild side
Gazette.net - Oct. 15

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Medical courses in Damascus taught on the wild side" on Gazette.net.
www.gazette.net

National Press Club Newsmaker: Will New Court Rulings, State Election Laws and Voter ID Laws Suppress Voter Turnout for the Mid-Term Elections?
Markets.WND.com - Oct. 15

Sherrilyn Ifill of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "National Press Club Newsmaker: Will New Court Rulings, State Election Laws and Voter ID Laws Suppress Voter Turnout for the Mid-Term Elections?" on Markets.WND.com.
markets.wnd.com

Nigeria: Institute Introduces Bio-Bank to Aid Research in Ebola Prevention, Cure, Other Diseases - CEO
Allafrica.com - Oct. 15

Patrick Dakum of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Nigeria: Institute Introduces Bio-Bank to Aid Research in Ebola Prevention, Cure, Other Diseases - CEO" on AllAfrica.com.
allafrica.com

Officials address crime at University of Maryland-Baltimore
WBAL-TV - Oct. 14

UMB President Jay A. Perman and Antonio Williams of the Department of Public Safety were interviewed for the news report "Officials address crime at University of Maryland-Baltimore" on WBAL-TV.
www.wbaltv.com

Police to increase patrols at University of Maryland, Baltimore
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 14

Antonio Williams of the University of Maryland, Baltimore police was quoted, and Jay A. Perman of UMB was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Police to increase patrols at University of Maryland, Baltimore." Jamese Bobbitt of the School of Social Work was also quoted. The article appeared in other outlets.
www.baltimoresun.com
www.chicagotribune.com
www.chicagotribune.com

President's Fellows To Focus on Community Engagment
oea.umaryland.edu - Oct. 13

Jay A. Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, along with the schools of law, social work, nursing, pharmacy, medicine, dentistry, and the graduate school were mentioned in the article "President's Fellows To Focus on Community Engagement" on oea.umaryland.edu. School of Medicine student Jazmyn Thompson,School of Social Work student Maurice Mayo, and School of Nursing student Jessica Galang were all quoted in the article and interviewed for the accompanying video.
www.umaryland.edu

Robert Gallo: l'Ebola virus pi pericoloso
Gazetta del Sud - Oct. 14
Live Sicilia - Oct. 14
ilSole24ore.com - Oct. 14

Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Robert Gallo: l'Ebola virus pi pericoloso" in the Gazetta del Sud and in similar articles on Live Sicilia and ilSole24ore.com.
www.gazzettadelsud.it
m.livesicilia.it
www.ilsole24ore.com

Should Revenge Porn Be a Crime?
disinfo.com - Oct. 13

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Should Revenge Porn Be a Crime?" on disinfo.com.
disinfo.com

The real (and tiny) threat of Ebola in the U.S.: Ruth Marcus
oregonlive.com - Oct. 14

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "The real (and tiny) threat of Ebola in the U.S.: Ruth Marcus" on oregonlive.com.
www.oregonlive.com

This Man's Simple System Could Transform American Medicine
Wired - Oct. 14

Haney Mallemat of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Wired article "This Man's Simple System Could Transform American Medicine."
www.wired.com

U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia
HealthDay - Oct. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia" in HealthDay.
www.medicinenet.com

UMB President and Police Chief Address Public Safety at Town Hall
oea.umaryland.edu - Oct. 14

Antonio Williams and Jay A. Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore were quoted in the article "UMB President and Police Chief Address Public Safety at Town Hall" on oea.umaryland.edu.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

VA secretary brings recruiting tour for medical professionals to Hopkins
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 14

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "VA secretary brings recruiting tour for medical professionals to Hopkins. The article also appeared on capitalgazette.com.
www.baltimoresun.com
www.capitalgazette.com

October 13 update.

Experts urge innovative ways to test new Ebola drugs
cidrap.umn.edu - Oct. 10

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Experts urge innovative ways to test new Ebola drugs" on cidrap.umn.edu.
bit.ly

Cervical cancer preventable; vaccination available: U.S. doc
New Indian Express - Oct. 13

Scott Strome and Rodney Taylor of the School of Medicine were quoted in the story "Cervical cancer preventable; vaccination available: U.S. doc" on New Indian Express.
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Dr Le Fanu's online health clinic, Friday 10th October 2014
telegraph.co.uk - Oct. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Dr Le Fanu's online health clinic, Friday 10th October 2014" on telegraph.co.uk.
bit.ly

Health-Ebola-Mali-vaccines-epidemic
nampa.org - Oct. 11

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Health-Ebola-Mali-vaccines-epidemic" on nampa.org.
bit.ly

Kids Exposed to BPA In Utero at Higher Risk of Wheezing
Growingyourbaby.com - Oct. 11

Adam Spanier of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Kids Exposed to BPA In Utero at Higher Risk of Wheezing" on Growingyourbaby.com.
www.growingyourbaby.com

Liberian president seeks more powers to fight Ebola
metronews.ca - Oct. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Liberian president seeks more powers to fight Ebola" on metronews.ca.
bit.ly

Maryland's CVD starts first clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in West Africa
clinicaltrials.pharmaceutical-business-review.com - Oct. 10

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Maryland's CVD starts first clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in West Africa" on clinicaltrials.pharmaceutical-business-review.com and others.
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Scientists in Russia developing three Ebola vaccines - Health Ministry
rt.com - Oct. 13

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Scientists in Russia developing three Ebola vaccines - Health Ministry" on rt.com.
bit.ly

Southeast CDC primes next generation of community leaders
Baltimore Brew - Oct. 10

Everett Smith of the School of Social Work was mentioned in the Baltimore Brew article, "Southeast CDC primes next generation of community leaders."
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Study: Splints Placed Improperly In 93% of Suspected Pediatric Fractures Treated In Emergency Rooms/Urgent Care Centers
healthcanal.com - Oct. 10
NPR - Oct. 10

Joshua Abzug and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "Study: Splints Placed Improperly In 93% of Suspected Pediatric Fractures Treated In Emergency Rooms/Urgent Care Centers" on healthcanal.com and other outlets. Brandon Schwartz and Aaron Johnson of the School of the School of Medicine were also mentioned. Joshua Abzug was quoted in an NPR story on the same topic.
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www.doctorslounge.com
www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Teamwork Highlights Founders Gala
UMB News - Oct. 12

UMB President Jay A. Perman was quoted, and James Gammie of the School of Medicine, Karen Kauffman of the School of Nursing, C. Daniel Mullins of the School of Pharmacy, Robin Newhouse of the School of Nursing, and Michael Reisch of the School of Social Work were mentioned in the article "Teamwork Highlights Founders Gala" on UMB News.
www.umaryland.edu

The unsafety net: How social media turned against women
qz.com - Oct. 10

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "The unsafety net: How social media turned against women" on qz.com.
bit.ly

U of Maryland Emergency Medicine releases free educational pearls app
imedicalapps.com - Oct. 11

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "U of Maryland Emergency Medicine releases free educational pearls app" on imedicalappls.com.
www.imedicalapps.com

U-Md.'s 40 years of vaccine research give school a role in Ebola vaccine test in Africa
dailyjournal.net - Oct. 10

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "U-Md.'s 40 years of vaccine research give school a role in Ebola vaccine test in Africa" on dailyjournal.net and others.
bit.ly
bit.ly

U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia
summitmedicalgroup.com - Oct. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia" on summitmedicalgroup.com.
bit.ly

UMB Issues Information for Travelers Returning from Countries Affected by the Ebola Outbreak
oea.umaryland.edu - Oct.10

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and the Health and Human Services Library were mentioned in the article "UMB Issues Information for Travelers Returning from Countries Affected by the Ebola Outbreak" on oea.umaryland.edu.
bit.ly

Up Hill Climb
baltimoremagazine.net - Oct. 2014

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore magazine article "Up Hill Climb."
bit.ly

Walter Isaacson Talks AI, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators
dailynewsen.com - Oct. 6

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Walter Isaacson Talks AI, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators" on dailynewsen.com and gizmodo.com.au.
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Why Regular Sex May Actually Boost Brain Power
Huffington Post - Oct. 10

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Huffington Post article "Why Regular Sex May Actually Boost Brain Power."
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October 10 update.

Donald Fry: College presidents cite student preparedness, education cost as key challenges
centerMaryland.org - Oct. 9

Jay A. Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article " Donald Fry: College presidents cite student preparedness, education cost as key challenges" on centerMaryland.org.
www.centermaryland.org

5 Steps to Sustainable Weight Loss Success
huffingtonpost.com - Oct. 9

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine authored the Huffington Post article "5 Steps to Sustainable Weight Loss Success."
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Baltimore Innovation Week 2014: 50+ events, 100+ partners, 6K+ attendees
technical.ly - Oct. 10

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article "Baltimore Innovation Week 2014: 50+ events, 100+ partners, 6K+ attendees" on technical.ly.
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Bell rings in as achievement scholarship semifinalist
somdnews.com - Oct. 10

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Bell rings in as achievement scholarship semifinalist" on somdnews.com.
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Diabetic Neuropathy Pain: Mirogabalin Promising in Pilot Study
medscape.com - Oct. 10

James Russell of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Diabetic Neuropathy Pain: Mirogabalin Promising in Pilot Study" on medscape.com.
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Exclusive: First Ebola Vaccine Trial Starts in Africa
NBC-TV - Oct. 9

Myron Levine and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article, "Exclusive: First Ebola Vaccine Trial Starts in Africa," on NBC.com. Similar articles that mentioned the school were published by the Associated Press, Canada Press, medpagetoday.com and other outlets.
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Hate crimes and drag queens in cyber space
thelawyer.com - Oct. 10

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Hate crimes and drag queens in cyber space" on thelawyer.com.
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Joe Nathanson: A wider definition of downtown
Daily Record - Oct. 9

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and the UM Biopark were mentioned in the column, "Joe Nathanson: A wider definition of downtown," in the Daily Record.
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Legal and Social Work Experts to Help Public Understand Underlying Causes of Recent Events in Ferguson, Mo., and What They Mean to Baltimore
citybizlist.com - Oct. 9

Donald Tobin and Michael Pinard of the School of Law and Richard Barth and Corey Shdaimah of the School of Social Work were mentioned in the article "Legal and Social Work Experts to Help Public Understand Underlying Causes of Recent Events in Ferguson, Mo., and What They Mean to Baltimore" on citybizlist.com.
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Man Assaulted On University Of Maryland Baltimore Campus
baltimore.cbslocal.com - Oct. 9

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Man Assaulted On University Of Maryland Baltimore Campus" on baltimore.cbslocal.com and other outlets.
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Medical Malpractice Not Easy to Prove in Texas Despite Concerns Over Ebola Patient
InsideCounsel.com - Oct. 9

Trudy Henson of the UM Center for Health and Homeland Security was quoted in the InsideCounsel.com article "Medical Malpractice Not Easy to Prove in Texas Despite Concerns Over Ebola Patient."
www.insidecounsel.com

Name a tough prosecutor to succeed Holder
thehill.com - Oct. 10

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law authored the article "Name a tough prosecutor to succeed Holder" on thehill.com.
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Scientists developing lab-grown penis for transplant
cbsnews.com - Oct. 9

Andrew Kramer of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Scientists developing lab-grown penis for transplant" on cbsnews.com.
www.cbsnews.com

UM center launches human trials of Ebola vaccine in Mali
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 9
Daily Record - Oct. 9
WJZ-TV - Oct. 9
WBAL-AM, WBAL-TV - Oct. 9

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article, "UM center launches human trials of Ebola vaccine in Mali," in the Daily Record article, "UM researchers test Ebola vaccine on humans," on WBAL.com, and on WJZ-TV in video and the article, "Baltimore Doctor In Mali Administering First Trials Of Ebola Vaccine."
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University of Maryland School of Medicine and Malian Ministry of Health begin Human Trials of Experimental Ebola Vaccine in Mali, West Africa
som.umaryland.edu - Oct. 9
umaryland.edu - Oct. 9
prnews.com - Oct. 9
vpo.com - Oct. 9

Myron Levine and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article, "University of Maryland School of Medicine and Malian Ministry of Health begin Human Trials of Experimental Ebola Vaccine in Mali, West Africa," on som.umaryland.edu, on umaryland.edu, and in a press release on prnews.com, virtualpressoffice.com and other sites.
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October 9 update.

UAB lecture on the origins of dentistry
uab.edu - Oct. 9

Scott Swank of the School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "UAB lecture on the origins of dentistry" on uab.edu.
www.uab.edu

Alternative Approaches for Joint Pain Relief
theepochtimes.com - Oct. 8

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Alternative Approaches for Joint Pain Relief" on theepochtimes.com.
www.theepochtimes.com

Catonsville school holds Walk to School Day
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 16

Erin Hager of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Catonsville school holds Walk to School Day."
www.baltimoresun.com

Dentist settles dog-bite case against neighbors
The Daily Record - Oct. 5

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in The Daily Record article "Dentist settles dog-bite case against neighbors."
thedailyrecord.com

Ebola Should Change How We Fund Drugs for Emerging Disease
Time - Oct. 8

Matthew Frieman of the School of Medicine is quoted in the Time magazine story "Ebola Should Change How We Fund Drugs for Emerging Disease."
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Ebola vs. Hemorrhagic Fever: What's the Difference?
livescience.com - Oct. 9

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Ebola vs. Hemorrhagic Fever: What's the Difference?" on livescience.com
www.livescience.com

It's in Genes! Scientists Identify Six New Genetic Variants Associated with Habitual Coffee Drinking
Sci-News.com - Oct. 8

School of Medicine research was featured in the Sci-News.com story "It's in Genes! Scientists Identify Six New Genetic Variants Associated with Habitual Coffee Drinking."
www.sci-news.com

Medical Director of Ruxton House to Become Medical Director of the Retreat at Sheppard Pratt
PR.com - Oct. 9

Thomas Franklin of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Medical Director of Ruxton House to Become Medical Director of the Retreat at Sheppard Pratt."
www.pr.com

New pathway linking the brain to high blood pressure identified
NeuroScientistNews.com - Oct. 8

John Hamlyn and Mordecai Blaustein of the School of Medicine were quoted in the NeuroScientistNews.com article "New pathway linking the brain to high blood pressure identified."
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Pathway linking brain to high blood pressure gets identified
labcanada.com - Oct. 8

John Hamlyn and Mordecai Blaustein of the School of Medicine were quoted in the labcanada.com story "Pathway linking brain to high blood pressure gets identified."
www.labcanada.com

Recruiting, Hiring and Managing Labor
Frederick News Post - Oct. 9

The School of Law's Agricultural Law Education Initiative was featured in the Frederick News Post story "Recruiting, Hiring and Managing Labor."
www.fredericknewspost.com

Shyamasundaran Kottilil | University of Maryland School of Medicine
The Daily Record - Oct. 7

Shyamasundaran Kottilil of the School of Medicine was featured in the Daily Record story "Shyamasundaran Kottilil | University of Maryland School of Medicine."
thedailyrecord.com

The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women
The Atlantic - Oct. 9

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women" in The Atlantic.
www.theatlantic.com

Your Health
mpt.org - Oct. 6

Kathryn Robinett of the School of Medicine was interviewed on the program, "Your Health," on Maryland Public TV and mpt.org.
www.mpt.org

October 8 update.

Armed robbery, attempted robbery reported outside UMB
WBAL-TV - Oct. 7
wbaltv.com - Oct. 7
WBAL-AM - Oct. 7
WJZ-TV - Oct. 7
WBFF-TV - Oct. 7

The University of Maryland,Baltimore was mentioned in the report, "Armed robbery, attempted robbery reported outside UMB," on WBALtv.com, WBAL-TV, WBAL-AM, WJZ-TV and WBFF-TV.
www.wbaltv.com
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For People With Schizophrenia, Working Memory Hinders Learning
science20.com - Oct. 8

James Waltz and James Gold, both of the School of Medicine, were mentioned in the article "For People With Schizophrenia, Working Memory Hinders Learning" on science20.com and sciencecodex.com.
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High Blood Pressure Breakthrough
UMB News - Oct. 7
Healthcanal.com - Oct. 7

John Hamlyn, Mordecai Blaustein and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were interviewed, and Vera Golovina of the school was mentioned in the article "High Blood Pressure Breakthrough" in UMB News, and on Healthcanal.com.
www.oea.umaryland.edu
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High Stakes
citypaper.com - Oct. 7

Jeff Singer of the School of Social Work and School of Social Work student Michelle Levy were quoted in the City Paper article "High Stakes."
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Inmates face problem habit
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 7

Lori Rugle of the School of Medicine Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Inmates face problem habit."
www.baltimoresun.com

Just Because a Hate Crime Occurs on the Internet Doesn't Mean It's Not a Hate Crime
time.com - Oct. 7

Danielle Citron of the School of Law authored the article "Just Because a Hate Crime Occurs on the Internet Doesn't Mean It's Not a Hate Crime" in Time magazine.
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Lab-Grown Penises Could Help Men with Groin Injuries
livescience.com - Oct. 8

Andrew Kramer of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Lab-Grown Penises Could Help Men with Groin Injuries" on livescience.com and news.yahoo.com.
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Local Colleges Increase Security After Student Robberies
WBAL-AM - Oct. 8

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "Local Colleges Increase Security After Student Robberies," on WBAL.com.
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Medical courses in Damascus taught on the wild side
gazette.net - Oct. 8

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Medical courses in Damascus taught on the wild side" on gazette.net.
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New Ebola Patient Tracking and Data Management Tool Helps Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines of Outbreak
healthcanal.com - Oct. 7

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "New Ebola Patient Tracking and Data Management Tool Helps Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines of Outbreak" on healthcanal.com.
www.healthcanal.com

Orioles fan covers Lorde's 'Royals' in support of team
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 7
WBAL.com - Oct. 7

Lauren Hall of the School of Social Work was featured in the Baltimore Sun story, "Orioles fan covers Lorde's 'Royals' in support of team" that includes her video clip and in a similar story with her video on WBAL.com.
www.baltimoresun.com

The Link Between Asthma and This Chemical
time.com - Oct. 7

Adam Spanier of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "The Link Between Asthma and This Chemical" in Time magazine and in a similar article on huffingtonpost.com and on canal44.com .
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University of Maryland, Baltimore president 'deeply disturbed' by campus crimes
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 7

A Baltimore Sun article, "University of Maryland, Baltimore president 'deeply disturbed' by campus crimes," included portions of a statement by Jay A. Perman and mentioned Antonio Williams of the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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What Should the Role of The Federal Government Be in Supporting Innovation Districts?
brookings.edu - Oct. 8

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article "What Should the Role of The Federal Government Be in Supporting Innovation Districts?" on brookings.edu.
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October 7 update.

'A Bright But Unsteady Light'
blog.oup.com - Oct. 7

Philip Mackowiak of the School of Medicine authored the article "'A Bright But Unsteady Light'"on blog.oup.com. Roberto Benitez of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article. Mackowiak and Benitez were mentioned in a similar article on who2.com.
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DiscoveryBioMed, Inc. Awarded Dual SBIR Awards for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Drug Discovery, Validation, Optimization and Development
marketwatch.com - Oct. 7
Reuters.com - oct. 7

Terry Watnick of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "DiscoveryBioMed, Inc. Awarded Dual SBIR Awards for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Drug Discovery, Validation, Optimization and Development" on marketwatch.com .
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House pharmacy caucus hosts provider status briefing
pharmacist.com - Sept. 26

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "House pharmacy caucus hosts provider status briefing" on pharmacist.com.
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How Do You Get Ebola Virus? Ways You Can (And Can't) Contract The Deadly Disease
medicaldaily.com - Oct. 6

Alan Schmaljohn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "How Do You Get Ebola Virus? Ways You Can (And Can't) Contract The Deadly Disease" on medicaldaily.com.
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Injuries and young athletes
abc2news.com - Oct. 3

Craig Bennett of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the segment "Injuries and young athletes" that aired on WMAR-TV.
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Kids exposed to BPA before birth at risk of wheeze: study
reuters.com - Oct. 6

Adam Spanier of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Kids exposed to BPA before birth at risk of wheeze: study" on reuters.com and other outlets.
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Manic Monday: Baltimore City Cancer Program
baltimore.cbslocal.com - Oct. 6

Emily Bellavance of the School of Medicine was featured in the segment "Manic Monday: Baltimore City Cancer Program" that aired on WJZ-TV. The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center was also mentioned in the segment.
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People on the Move
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 7

Louise Jenkins of the School of Nursing was pictured in the feature, "People on the Move," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

University of Maryland School of Medicine and Ottawa Heart Insitute Researchers Identify New Pathway Linking the Brain to High Blood Pressure
som.umaryland.edu - Oct. 3

John Hamlyn, Mordecai Blaustein, and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted and the School's Vera Golovina was mentioned in the article, "University of Maryland School of Medicine and Ottawa Heart Insitute Researchers Identify New Pathway Linking the Brain to High Blood Pressure," on som.umaryland.edu.
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Walter Isaacson Talks Gamergate, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators
gizmodo.in - Oct. 7

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Walter Isaacson Talks Gamergate, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators" on gizmodo.in.
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Who Should Be Unmasked on the Internet?
businessweek.com - Oct. 6

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Who Should Be Unmasked on the Internet?" on businessweek.com.
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October 6 update.

All States Should Outlaw Revenge Porn
Slate.com - Oct. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law authored the article "All States Should Outlaw Revenge Porn" on slate.com.
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Baltimore Teams Leaving Different Impressions on Nation
The New York Times - Oct. 5

UMB President Jay A. Perman was interviewed for the article "Baltimore Teams Leaving Different Impressions on Nation" in The New York Times.
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Discovery could eventually lead to new treatments for hypertension and heart failure
latinoshealth.com - Oct. 4

John Hamlyn of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Discovery could eventually lead to new treatments for hypertension and heart failure" on latinoshealth.com and others.
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Double vision can pave career path
The Daily Record - Oct. 5

Kathleen Hoke and Susan Krinksy of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Double vision can pave career path" in The Daily Record.
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EMA Remains Under Fire for its Policy on Disclosing Clinical Trial Data
blogs.wsj.com - Oct. 3

Peter Doshi of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article "EMA Remains Under Fire for its Policy on Disclosing Clinical Trial Data."
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Facebook Is Really Sorry About Messing With Your Emotions
slate.com - Oct. 3.

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Facebook Is Really Sorry About Messing With Your Emotions" on slate.com.
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Facebook promises to review user experiments more carefully
finance.yahoo.com - Oct. 3

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Facebook promises to review user experiments more carefully" on finance.yahoo.com.
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Facebook toughens user-data research rules, but offers no 'opt-out'
rt.com - Oct. 3

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Facebook toughens user-data research rules, but offers no 'opt-out'" on rt.com.
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Hip Preservation Surgery
WBFF-TV - Oct. 5

Farshad Adib of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the story "Hip Preservation Surgery" on WBFF-TV.
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Local nursing student back from Australian Outback
Presspubs.com - Oct. 5

Audrey Mills, a student of the School of Nursing, was featured in the article "Local nursing student back from Australian Outback" in Presspubs.com.
www.presspubs.com

Meeting Dr. Brodie
Cure Magazine - Sept. 24

Angela Brodie of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Meeting Dr. Brodie" in Cure Magazine.
www.curetoday.com

New Molecular Pathway Found for Treating Hypertension and Heart Failure
Genengnews.com - Oct. 5

John Hamlyn and Mordecai Blaustein of the School of Medicine were interviewed for the article "New Molecular Pathway Found for Treating Hypertension and Heart Failure" in Genengnews.com.
www.genengnews.com

Part 1: History of Food Safety in the U.S
foodsafetynews.com - Oct. 6

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Part 1: History of Food Safety in the U.S" on foodsafetynews.com.
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Payments to doctors from drug companies, device makers revealed
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 5

Andrew Pollak of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Payments to doctors from drug companies, device makers revealed" in The Baltimore Sun.
www.baltimoresun.com

State health officials: Maryland is prepared to respond to ebola
myeasternshoremd.com - Oct. 3

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in The Daily Record article "State health officials: Maryland is prepared to respond to ebola" and in myeasternshoremd.com.
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Supreme Court to hear case on right of Maryland to tax out-of-state income
baltimorepostexaminer.com - Oct. 3

Mark Graber of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Supreme Court to hear case on right of Maryland to tax out-of-state income" on baltimorepostexaminer.com.
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Targeted treatment may be key to metastatic breast cancer patients 'beating the odds'
The Baltimore Sun - Oct. 3

Katherine Tkaczuk of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Targeted treatment may be key to metastatic breast cancer patients 'beating the odds'" in The Baltimore Sun and others.
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The Best of Times for Downtown Baltimore
UMB News - Oct. 3

UMB President Jay A. Perman was featured in the article "The Best of Times for Downtown Baltimore" on UMB News.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

October 3 update.

After facing criticism, Facebook announces change in research policy
Times of India - Oct. 3

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the Times of India story "After facing criticism, Facebook announces change in research policy."
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City to open Section 8 wait list for first time since 2003
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 2
CenterMaryland.org - Oct. 3

Jeff Singer of the School of Social Work was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "City to open Section 8 wait list for first time since 2003." An excerpt of the story appeared on CenterMaryland.org.
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CenterMaryland.org

Facebook To Impose (Vague) Guidelines On Its Researchers
MediaPost.com - Oct. 2

James Grimmelmann and Leslie Meltzer Henry of the School of Law were quoted in the MediaPost.com article "Facebook To Impose (Vague) Guidelines On Its Researchers."
www.mediapost.com

Facebook toughens user-data research rules, but offers no 'opt-out'
RT.com - Oct. 3

The story "Facebook toughens user-data research rules, but offers no 'opt-out'" on RT.com quoted James Grimmelmann of the School of Law.
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How Teleconferencing Could Help Urban Schools Solve a Mental Health Crisis
Citylab.com - Oct.2

Sharon Stephan of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "How Teleconferencing Could Help Urban Schools Solve a Mental Health Crisis" on Citylab.com.
www.citylab.com

Just Screen It
Baltimore Jewish Times - Oct. 2

Mimi Blitzer of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Jewish Times article "Just Screen It."
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Md. officials emphasize Ebola screening after lapse in Texas
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 2
CenterMaryland.org - Oct. 3
WJZ-TV - Oct. 2
WBAL-TV, WBAL-AM - Oct. 2
Cecil Whig - Oct.2
WMAR-TV - Oct. 2

Anthony Harris of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Md. officials emphasize Ebola screening after lapse in Texas" in the Baltimore Sun. An excerpt of the story appeared on CenterMaryland.org. Similar stories were aired on WJZ-TV, WMAR-TV, WBAL-TV and WBAL-AM, and in the Cecil Whig.
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More Older Adults Are Struggling With Substance Abuse
New York Times - Oct. 3

Paul Sacco of the School of Social Work was interviewed for the article "More Older Adults Are Struggling With Substance Abuse" in the New York Times.
www.nytimes.com

New Ebola Patient Tracking and Data Management Tool Helps Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines of Outbreak
Weill Cornell News - Oct. 2

Lewis Rubinson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Weill Cornell News article "New Ebola Patient Tracking and Data Management Tool Helps Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines of Outbreak."
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People on the Move
Baltimore Business Journal - Oct. 3

Shyamasundaran Kottilil of the School of Medicine was pictured in the feature, "People on the Move," in the Baltimore Business Journal.
www.bizjournals.com

Rascovar: Home-grown talent vies to replace Chancellor Kirwan
PoliticalMaryland.com - Oct. 2
MarylandReporter.com - Oct. 3
CenterMaryland.org - Oct. 3

Jay Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "Kirwanýs Replacement?" on PoliticalMaryland.com and in the same article titled, "Rascovar: Home-grown talent vies to replace Chancellor Kirwan," on MarylandReporter.com and CenterMaryland.org.
politicalmaryland.com
marylandreporter.com
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Study uncovers new pathway for treating high blood pressure, heart failure
news-medical.net - Oct. 3

John Hamlyn and Mordecai Blaustein of the School of Medicine were quoted in the news-medical.net article "Study uncovers new pathway for treating high blood pressure, heart failure." A similar story ran on Newswise.com.
www.news-medical.net
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Supreme Court to hear case on state-to-state taxing
DelmarvaNow.com - Oct. 3

Mark Graber of the School of Law was quoted in the DelmarvaNow.com article "Supreme Court to hear case on state-to-state taxing."
www.delmarvanow.com

UMB's Promise Heights holds immunization clinics
Baltimore Times - Oct. 3

Bronwyn Mayden of the School of Social Work and the schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy were mentioned in the BaltimoreTimes.com article, "UMB's Promise Heights holds immunization clinics." In the print editions of the Baltimore Times, Mayden was pictured as well as Patricia McLaine and Kate Scott of the School of Nursing.
www.baltimorecityschools.org

University of Maryland School of Medicine Identifies New Heart Disease Pathway
ScienceNewsline.com - Oct. 2

John Hamlyn and Mordecai Blaustein of the School of Medicine were featured in the article "University of Maryland School of Medicine Identifies New Heart Disease Pathway" on ScienceNewsline.com.
www.sciencenewsline.com

Yik Yak App Spurs Unease on University Campuses
The Hoya - Oct. 3

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in The Hoya article "Yik Yak App Spurs Unease on University Campuses."
www.thehoya.com

October 2 update.

Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 2

Sheri Slezak of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun article "Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer."
www.baltimoresun.com

Baltimore County school system awarded DOJ grant to conduct safety study
Daily Record - Oct. 1

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Daily Record article, "Baltimore County school system awarded DOJ grant to conduct safety study."
thedailyrecord.com

Breast cancer resources
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 1

The Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article "Breast cancer resources."
www.baltimoresun.com

Career Beat: Ali Watkins joins HuffPost Politics
Poynter.org - Oct. 2

Marjorie Powell of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Poynter.org article "Career Beat: Ali Watkins joins HuffPost Politics."
www.poynter.org

Downtown Partnership meeting highlights Charles Center activity
Daily Record - Oct. 1

Jay Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article, "Downtown Partnership meeting highlights Charles Center activity" in the Daily Record.
thedailyrecord.com

Dr. Marc C. Hochberg Named Director of the Medical Care Clinical Center at the VA Maryland Health Care System
CityBizList - Oct. 1

Marc Hochberg of the School of Medicine was featured in the CityBizList article "Dr. Marc C. Hochberg Named Director of the Medical Care Clinical Center at the VA Maryland Health Care System."
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Global Virus Network Joins Forces with Private Sector to Combat Viral Epidemics
pharmiweb.com - Oct. 1

The PharmiWeb.com article "Global Virus Network Joins Forces with Private Sector to Combat Viral Epidemics" featured Robert Gallo of the School of Medicine's Institute of Human Virology.
www.pharmiweb.com

Holder visits Baltimore to announce school safety funding
Baltimore Sun - Oct. 1
CenterMaryland.org

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was featured in the Baltimore Sun article "Holder visits Baltimore to announce school safety funding," which was excerpted on centerMaryland.org
www.baltimoresun.com
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MPowering Maryland for a Third Year
umaryland.edu - Oct. 1

Jay Perman and Bruce Jarrell of the University of Maryland, Baltimore were featured in the story "MPowering Maryland for a Third Year" on umaryland.edu.
www.oea.umaryland.edu

Proton Center Closure Doesn't Slow New Construction
Kaiser Health News - Oct. 1
National Public Radio - Oct. 1

William Regine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Kaiser Health News article "Proton Center Closure Doesn't Slow New Construction," and on National Public Radio. Regine also was quoted in the Kaiser Health News story "Hospitals React To Proton Therapy Questions."
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Thurgood Marshall sworn in
history.com - Oct. 2

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Thurgood Marshall sworn in" on history.com.
www.history.com

October 1 update.

50 Healthiest College Towns
Bestvalueschools.com - Sept. 30

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "50 Healthiest College Towns" on bestvalueschools.com.
www.bestvalueschools.com

A British troll was just jailed for his tweets. Here's why that will (probably!) never happen in the U.S.
Washington Post - Oct. 1

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post article "A British troll was just jailed for his tweets. Here's why that will (probably!) never happen in the U.S."
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Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Common in Intensive Care Units
Renal and Urology News - Sept. 30

Donald Harris of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the article "Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Common in Intensive Care Units" in Renal and Urology News.
www.renalandurologynews.com

Costello Goes To City Hall
City Paper - Sept. 30

Ben Smith, a student at the School of Law, was quoted in the article "Costello Goes To City Hall" in the City Paper.
www.citypaper.com

Ebola Vaccine in Development
WebMD.com - Sept. 30

Dean E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the video feature "Ebola Vaccine in Development" on WebMD.com.
www.webmd.com

Facebook: The Political Playground And Agenda Arena
neonnettle.com - Oct. 1

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Facebook: The Political Playground And Agenda Arena" on neonnettle.com.
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Global Virus Network Joins Forces with Private Sector to Combat Viral Epidemics
heraldonline.com - Oct. 1

Robert Gallo of the Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Global Virus Network Joins Forces with Private Sector to Combat Viral Epidemics" on heraldonline.com.
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Income Inequality
WYPR-FM - Oct. 1

Michael Reisch of the School of Social Work was interviewed on the Midday program's segment,"Income Inequality," on WYPR-FM.
wypr.org

Joseph S. Friedberg | University of Maryland Medical System
The Daily Record - Sept. 30
Citibizlist - Sept. 30

Joseph Friedberg of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "Joseph S. Friedberg | University of Maryland Medical System" in The Daily Record and on Citibizlist.
thedailyrecord.com
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Michael Phelps apologizes for DUI arrest, charge
Hometownlife.com - Sept. 30

David Gray of the School of Law was interviewed for the article "Michael Phelps apologizes for DUI arrest, charge" in Hometownlife.com. and in the Detroit Free Press.
www.hometownlife.com
www.freep.com

Radical Out, Radical In
frontpagemag.com - Oct. 1

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Radical Out, Radical In" on frontpagemag.com.
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Threatened by Beyonce, Emma Watson and the feminist movement? Good.
Los Angeles Times - Oct. 1

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Los Angeles Times article " Threatened by Beyonce, Emma Watson and the feminist movement? Good."
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University of Maryland School of Nursing Assistant Professor Named RWJF Health Policy Fellow
Nursing.umaryland.edu - Sept. 26

Marian Grant was featured and Jane M. 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 Nursing.umaryland.edu.
www.nursing.umaryland.edu

University of Maryland School of Nursing Students Awarded AANA Foundation Scholarships
Nursing.umaryland.edu. - Oct. 1

The Nursing.umaryland.edu article, "University of Maryland School of Nursing Students Awarded AANA Foundation Scholarships," featured students Alice Cho, Tushana Fowlin, and Victoria Ladele and quoted Jane M. Kirschling of the School of Nursing.
www.nursing.umaryland.edu