July 2018

in the news

August 1, 2018  |  University of Maryland Scholars prove that collaboration is key to the future of health science, after a summer of research comes to a culminating end with the annual Student Research Forum.

July 31, 2018  |  B’more for Healthy Babies helps residents spruce up Upton-Druid Heights

July 30, 2018  |  SINI attendees delve into the digital landscape.

July 27, 2018  |  The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy’s PATIENTS Program welcomes members of West Baltimore communities to engage with experts and participate in an interactive health fair.

July 26, 2018  |  University of Maryland School of Dentistry Professor Huakun Xu receives the International Association for Dental Research 2018 Isaac Schour Memorial Award.

July 25, 2018  |  YouthWorks interns learn valuable skills to succeed in higher education and careers.

July 24, 2018  |  School of Medicine study shows earlier surgery leads to better results.

July 23, 2018  |  Southern Christian Leadership Conference Lauds Ambassador Susan G. Esserman’s Advocacy for Human Trafficking Survivors.

July 20, 2018  |  President Jay A. Perman, MD, is among five Jewish university and college presidents who share lessons and life stories with readers of a Baltimore-area magazine

July 19, 2018  |  The project will focus on strategies for holding multinational companies accountable for harm caused by their activities in developing countries.

July 17, 2018  |  Content originally posted by UMB News on Feb. 25, 2013: Shirtliff Captures Top Tech Prize for Staph Vaccine, Diagnostics Technology

July 16, 2018  |  UM School of Dentistry Professor Mark E. Shirtliff, PhD, who held a secondary appointment in the School of Medicine, is the victim of a rafting tragedy.

July 11, 2018  |  Chesapeake College becomes 10th community college in dual-admission program aimed at increasing number of nurses with baccalaureate degrees.

July 5, 2018  |  UMB students, staff, and faculty collaborate to cultivate a love of science, technology, engineering, and math among West Baltimore students in the CURE Scholars Summer Program.