June 2016

UMB In the News

June 30, 2016
One last U.S. medical school still killed animals to teach surgery. But no more.

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "One last U.S. medical school still killed animals to teach surgery. But no more." in the Washington Post. June 30

June 30, 2016
Advantages of Anterior Hip Arthroplasty

Farshad Adib of the School of Medicine authored the article "Advantages of Anterior Hip Arthroplasty" in Chesapeake Physician. June 30

June 30, 2016
Most Md. university system presidents to get raises. Here’s how much.

Jay Perman and Alex Likowski of the University of Maryland, Baltimore were mentioned in the Daily Record story "Most Md. university system presidents to get raises. Here’s how much." June 29 The article was excerpted on Maryland Reporter and Center Maryland. June 30

June 30, 2016
Experimental surgery gives man a second chance

David Leeser of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Experimental surgery gives man a second chance" on WCPO.com. June 29

June 30, 2016
Benedictine elects officers to its board of trustees

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Benedictine elects officers to its board of trustees" in the Star-Democrat. June 29

June 30, 2016
Cholera vaccine developed by University of Maryland wins FDA approval

Kathleen M. Neuzil of the School of Medicine was featured in the story "Cholera vaccine developed by University of Maryland wins FDA approval," in the Baltimore Sun. June 29

June 30, 2016
Signs You're In A Bromance

Geoffrey Greif of the School of Social Work was featured in the AskMen story "Signs You're In A Bromance." June 29

June 30, 2016
Proposal to Expand APN Authority in the VA Gains Wide Support

Jane Kirschling of the School of Nursing was quoted in the story "Proposal to Expand APN Authority in the VA Gains Wide Support" in ADVANCE for Nurses and mentioned in Medscape. A similar article that contains video of her remarks was published on UMB News. June 29

June 30, 2016
Study of Md. County's EMS System Underway

The Center for Health and Homeland Security of the School of Law was featured in the story "Study of Md. County's EMS System Underway" in the Aegis and on EMSWorld.com. June 29

June 30, 2016
Depression Linked to Reduced COPD Medication Adherence

Jennifer Albrecht of the School of Medicine was featured in the Medscape story "Depression Linked to Reduced COPD Medication Adherence." The story also ran in Physician's Briefing. June 29

June 30, 2016
KHN Morning Briefing

Andrew Rosenstein of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the Kaiser Health News "KHN Morning Briefing." June 29

June 29, 2016
We’re Obsessed With Our Credit Scores

Frank Pasquale of the School of Law was quoted in the article "We’re Obsessed With Our Credit Scores" on Slate.com. June 28

June 29, 2016
Doctors seek to open lab to test medical cannabis

Andrew Rosenstein and Dan K. Morhaim  of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Doctors seek to open lab to test medical cannabis" in The Baltimore Sun , The Baytown Sun, and the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. June 28 The article was excerpted on centermaryland.org. June 29 

June 29, 2016
Study of Harford emergency medical services system underway

The Center for Health and Homeland Security of the School of Law was mentioned in the article, "Study of Harford emergency medical services system underway,"  which mentioned the University of Maryland, Baltimore in the Baltimore Sun. June 29

June 29, 2016
Tiny doses of anti-HIV drug may be effective for treating Alzheimer's disease

The Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research was mentioned in the article "Tiny doses of anti-HIV drug may be effective for treating Alzheimer's disease" on myinforms.com and on MedicalXpress.com. June 28

June 29, 2016
Synthetic opioid is under development

Andrew Coop of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Synthetic opioid is under development" on The Oklahoman, The Virgin Islands Daily News, the Leader-Telegram and on Topix.com. June 28

June 29, 2016
Goodson Acquittal; Analysis of Supreme Court Illegal Stop Decision

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed on the First Edition program, "Goodson Acquittal; Analysis of Supreme Court Illegal Stop Decision,"  on WEAA-FM. June 24

June 29, 2016
American Cancer Society awards $3.84 million to local researchers

Graeme F. Woodworth of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article, "American Cancer Society awards $3.84 million to local researchers," which mentioned the University of Maryland, Baltimore in the Baltimore Sun. June 28 

June 29, 2016
Baltimore City teen's story inspires nearly 400 people to donate more than $30,000 to his education

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work was interviewed for the story "Baltimore City teen's story inspires nearly 400 people to donate more than $30,000 to his education," which mentioned Promise Heightson WMAR-TV. June 28

June 29, 2016
Nursing Coalition and Veterans Groups Join Forces in Unprecedented Response to VA Proposed Rule to Increase Veterans' Access to Care

School of Nursing dean Jane M. Kirschling was quoted in the article "Nursing Coalition and Veterans Groups Join Forces in Unprecedented Response to VA Proposed Rule to Increase Veterans' Access to Care" on AANA.com and in similar stories on Newswise Fiercehealthcare.com, and pressreleasepoint.com. June 28

June 29, 2016
Study: Depression lowers COPD medication compliance

Linda Simoni-Wastila of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Study: Depression lowers COPD medication compliance" in Long Term Living and Psychcentral.com. June 28

June 28, 2016
Is it an Urgency or an Emergency?

Richard Lichenstein of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article, "Is it an Urgency or an Emergency?" in Baltimore's Child. June 15 

June 28, 2016
Baltimore: Coming of age in a city coming apart

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work and the Promise Heights initiative were  mentioned in the Associated Press distribution of the Washington Post article, "Baltimore: Coming of age in a city coming apart," in the Reading Eagle. June 28 

June 28, 2016
Nearly 250 strangers give a Baltimore teenager $30,000

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work (SSW) was quoted in the Associated Press article, "‘Nearly 250 strangers give a Baltimore teenager $30,000," which mentioned the Promise Heights initiative, in the Daily Journal, on WTOP-AM June 26 and in the Daily RecordJune 27

June 28, 2016
Woman to Watch: Anita Black

The School of Social Work was mentioned in the article, "Woman to Watch: Anita Black," in the Democrat & Chronicle. June 27

June 28, 2016
Sotomayor "Tells It Like It Is" & Slams Racial Profiling, Illegal Search and Seizure in Scathing Dissent

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed for the program segment "Sotomayor "Tells It Like It Is" & Slams Racial Profiling, Illegal Search and Seizure in Scathing Dissent," on Democracy Now! June 24

June 28, 2016
Top Hogan aide sworn in as a judge on Maryland’s highest court

The School of Law was mentioned in the Washington Post story "Top Hogan aide sworn in as a judge on Maryland’s highest court." June 27 The article was excerpted on Centermaryland.org. June 28

June 28, 2016
Debunked: Are genetically modified mosquitoes spreading Zika?

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Debunked: Are genetically modified mosquitoes spreading Zika?" in the Dallas Morning News. June 27

June 28, 2016
William T. “Bill” Wood | Wood Law Offices

The University of Maryland, Baltimore Foundation was mentioned in the story "William T. “Bill” Wood | Wood Law Offices" in the Daily Record. June 27

June 28, 2016
Research!America unveils election blog and map of candidates' views on medical progress

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Research!America unveils election blog and map of candidates' views on medical progress" on EurekAlert! June 27

June 28, 2016
Synthetic Opioid In Development Could Offer Pain Relief With Less Addiction Risk

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Synthetic Opioid In Development Could Offer Pain Relief With Less Addiction Risk" on Kaiser Health News. June 27

June 28, 2016
Maryland doctors perform kidney transplant with no dialysis

David Leeser of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Maryland doctors perform kidney transplant with no dialysis" in The Baltimore Sun, the Carroll County Times and in a similar story on healthcanal.com. June 27

June 28, 2016
Supreme Court Breakfast Table

Mark Graber of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Supreme Court Breakfast Table" on Slate.com. June 27

June 28, 2016
What we’re not talking about in the assisted-dying debate

Annette Hanson of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "What we’re not talking about in the assisted-dying debate" on MSN.com. June 27

June 28, 2016
Results of Pre-Specified Exploratory Analysis of Phase 3 OPAL-HK Study Evaluating Effects of Veltassa on Blood Pressure and Aldosterone Published in Kidney International

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Results of Pre-Specified Exploratory Analysis of Phase 3 OPAL-HK Study Evaluating Effects of Veltassa on Blood Pressure and Aldosterone Published in Kidney International" on CNBC.com and in a similar article on Street Insider. June 27

June 27, 2016
Maryland doctors perform kidney transplant with no dialysis

David Leeser of the School of Medicine was mentioned and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Maryland doctors perform kidney transplant with no dialysis" in the Baltimore Sun. A news release on the same topic quoted Leeser and Reece and ran on Newswise

June 27, 2016
Depression Decreases COPD Medication Adherence

Jennifer Albrecht of the School of Medicine was featured in the MedPage Today story "Depression Decreases COPD Medication Adherence."  June 26

June 27, 2016
Lakewood goes luxe

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the story "Lakewood goes luxe" in the Asbury Park Press. June 26

June 27, 2016
Growing medical marijuana could mean big business in Maryland. Here’s who wants in.

Donald Wilson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Growing medical marijuana could mean big business in Maryland. Here’s who wants in." in the Washington Post. The story was picked up by the Associated Press and also ran on BGDailynews.com and the Reading Eagle. June 25

June 27, 2016
Affirmative Action Must Be Affirmative Inclusion

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Affirmative Action Must Be Affirmative Inclusion" in Somaliland Press. June 26

June 27, 2016
Khalil Bridges was at his former high school on June 22, writing thank-you notes to strangers, when the phone rang

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article "Khalil Bridges was at his former high school on June 22, writing thank-you notes to strangers, when the phone rang" in the Greenfield Daily Reporter and in similar articles in The Washington Times and The Star Democrat. June 26

June 27, 2016
New pain drug being developed at University of Maryland could offer relief without addiction

Andrew Coop of the School of Pharmacy was featured and Alexander MacKerell of the School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the article "New pain drug being developed at University of Maryland could offer relief without addiction" in The Baltimore Sun.

June 27, 2016
Meet the new group pushing Americans to exercise

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Meet the new group pushing Americans to exercise" on News.Morningstar.com. June 24

June 27, 2016
In Freddie Gray Trials, Baltimore Judge Sets High Bar for Prosecution

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "In Freddie Gray Trials, Baltimore Judge Sets High Bar for Prosecution" in The New York Times. and in similar articles on Officer.com, The Baltimore Post-Examiner, Nano News, The Root, MSN.com, and The Los Angeles Times. June 24

June 27, 2016
Second Baltimore Officer in Freddie Gray Death Cleared of Depraved-Heart Murder & Rough Ride Charges

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed on Democracy Now! for the program segment "Second Baltimore Officer in Freddie Gray Death Cleared of Depraved-Heart Murder & Rough Ride Charges." June 24

June 27, 2016
FutureCare Homewood Opens New High-Tech Rehab Gym

School of Medicine dean E. Albert Reece was mentioned in the article "FutureCare Homewood Opens New High-Tech Rehab Gym" in the North Baltimore Patch. June 24

June 27, 2016
Expert who made a modern-day mummy will talk about how he did it in Santa Ana

Ronn Wade of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Expert who made a modern-day mummy will talk about how he did it in Santa Ana" in the Orange County Register. June 24

June 24, 2016
CDC advisory panel recommends against using nasal spray version of flu vaccine

Kathleen Neuzil of the School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "CDC advisory panel recommends against using nasal spray version of flu vaccine." June 23

June 24, 2016
The ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ and Other Cyberlaw Cases Go to Court

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "The ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ and Other Cyberlaw Cases Go to Court" on Bloomberg.com. June 23

June 24, 2016
Guidewell Financial Solutions President & CEO Helene Raynaud Receives Baltimore SmartCEO Brava Award

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Guidewell Financial Solutions President & CEO Helene Raynaud Receives Baltimore SmartCEO Brava Award" on SFGate.com. June 23

June 24, 2016
Health care with a side of sushi in this Ellicott City doctor's office

Nanette Steinle of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Health care with a side of sushi in this Ellicott City doctor's office" in The Baltimore Sun and the Carroll County Times. June 23

June 24, 2016
The High Costs of Insomnia

Emerson Wickwire of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "The High Costs of Insomnia" on Today's Geriatric Medicine. June 23

June 24, 2016
Depression Decreases Adherence to COPD Meds

Linda Simoni-Wastila of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Depression Decreases Adherence to COPD Meds" on RTmagazine.com, Newsmax Health and Infobek.com. June 22

June 24, 2016
‘Soar Khalil soar!’ Nearly 250 strangers give a Baltimore teenager $30,000

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work (SSW) was quoted in the article, "‘‘Soar Khalil soar!’ Nearly 250 strangers give a Baltimore teenager $30,000," which mentioned the Promise Heights initiative, in the Washington PostJune 23 Atwater was quoted in a similar artilce, "SSW-led Promise Heights Improves Lives of Teenagers," which also quoted Richard P. Barth and mentioned Bronwyn Mayden and Rachel Donegan of the SSW, on UMB News. June 23 

June 24, 2016
Officer Caesar Goodson acquitted of all charges

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Officer Caesar Goodson acquitted of all charges" on WBAL-TV and on similar stories on Valley News, Real News Network, The Baltimore Sun, The Christian Science Monitor, NBC News, WBAL-AM, WEAA-FM, the Capital-Gazette, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Nano News, Courthouse News Service, Citylab, the Washington Times, The Washington Post, The Barre Montpelier Times Argus, The Baltimore Post-Examiner, WCBC radio, the Houston Chronicle, Talk Media News, and CBS News. June 23

June 24, 2016
‘This Was Their Best Shot:’ Baltimore Reacts to Another Not Guilty Verdict in Freddie Gray’s Death

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "‘This Was Their Best Shot:’ Baltimore Reacts to Another Not Guilty Verdict in Freddie Gray’s Death" in The Root. June 23

June 23, 2016
Caesar Goodson, Baltimore Van Driver Charged in Freddie Gray Death, Acquitted

Renee Hutchins of the School of Law was quoted in the NBC News story "Caesar Goodson, Baltimore Van Driver Charged in Freddie Gray Death, Acquitted." June 23

June 23, 2016
Can You Actually Sue Someone For Harassing You On Tinder?

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Can You Actually Sue Someone For Harassing You On Tinder?" on Galore.com. June 22

June 23, 2016
An Act of Kindness

Khalid Kurtom of the School of Medicine was featured in the article "An Act of Kindness" on ShoreUpdate.com. June 22

June 23, 2016
Task Force Formed to Combat Anti-Semitic Harassment of Journalists

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Task Force Formed to Combat Anti-Semitic Harassment of Journalists" on jspacenews.com. June 22

June 23, 2016
Peripheral Blood Eosinophilia Correlates with Hyperplastic Nasal Polyp Growth

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Peripheral Blood Eosinophilia Correlates with Hyperplastic Nasal Polyp Growth" on labmedica.com. June 22

June 23, 2016
Maryland stages $25m fund

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "Maryland stages $25m fund" on Global University Venturing. June 23

June 23, 2016
Md. financial education and coaching provider wins federal grants

Robin McKinney of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article, "Md. financial education and coaching provider wins federal grants," in the Daily Record. June 22

June 23, 2016
Do What 1.5 Million Others Already Have: Gawk at Mummies, Now at Bowers Museum

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Do What 1.5 Million Others Already Have: Gawk at Mummies, Now at Bowers Museum" in OC Weekly. June 22

June 23, 2016
Pharmacists Key To Expanding Naloxone Distribution

Nina Bemben of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Pharmacy Practice News article "Pharmacists Key To Expanding Naloxone Distribution." June 21

June 23, 2016
Dedication to duty

The article "Dedication to duty" referred to the School of Nursing in BC News. June 22

June 23, 2016
Where students in need can find support

Richard Barth of the School of Social Work (SSW) authored the letter to the editor, "Where students in need can find support," which mentioned Hallie Atwater of the SSW, in the Washington Post June 22 and which linked to the article, "‘I believe in you’: An outpouring of help for a Baltimore teen," which quoted Atwater in the Washington Post June 21. The article was excerpted on Center Maryland. June 23

June 22, 2016
Jay A. Perman - 6/21/16

President Jay A. Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore delivered the commentary, "Jay A. Perman - 6/21/16" on WYPR-FM. June 21 

June 22, 2016
American Dental Center celebrates 35 years in Springfield

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "American Dental Center celebrates 35 years in Springfield" in the Springfield Press. June 21

June 22, 2016
‘I believe in you’: An outpouring of help for a Baltimore teen

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work was quoted in the article, "‘I believe in you’: An outpouring of help for a Baltimore teen," which mentioned the Promise Heights initiative, in the Washington Post. June 21

June 22, 2016
Zika virus challenges ob.gyn. practice

E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine authored the story "Zika virus challenges ob.gyn. practice" in Ob.Gyn.News. June 21

June 22, 2016
What happens when Medicare won't pay for your life-saving cure?

The article, "What happens when Medicare won't pay for your life-saving cure?" referred to the School of Medicine in the Baltimore Sun. June 21

June 22, 2016
John M. Hardy Publishing Releases "TOWER SNIPER: The Terror of America's First Active Shooter on Campus," by Monte Akers, Nathan Akers, and Dr. Roger Friedman

Roger Friedman of the School of Social Work was mentioned in the story "John M. Hardy Publishing Releases "TOWER SNIPER: The Terror of America's First Active Shooter on Campus," by Monte Akers, Nathan Akers, and Dr. Roger Friedman," which ran on Globe Advisor, Yahoo! Finance, tickertech.com and other outlets. June 21

June 22, 2016
Freddie Gray Case: Closing Arguments Complete, Verdict Expected Thursday in Caesar Goodson Jr. Trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Freddie Gray Case: Closing Arguments Complete, Verdict Expected Thursday in Caesar Goodson Jr. Trial," on The Root. June 21

June 22, 2016
KHN Morning Briefing

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Kaiser Health News story "KHN Morning Briefing." June 21

June 22, 2016
10th Annual Swim Across America Greenwich-Stamford Swim

Arnob Banerjee of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "10th Annual Swim Across America Greenwich-Stamford Swim" on Patch.com. June 21

June 22, 2016
University System of Maryland hopes $25M venture fund will help create more commercial businesses

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "University System of Maryland hopes $25M venture fund will help create more commercial businesses" in the Baltimore Business Journal. June 21 The article was excerpted on centermaryland. June 22

June 22, 2016
The Subtle Force of Tom Perez

The School of Law was mentioned in the American Prospect article "The Subtle Force of Tom Perez." June 22

June 22, 2016
Rape threats on a stranger’s Facebook photo could land a man in prison. Why that’s a big deal.

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Post story "Rape threats on a stranger’s Facebook photo could land a man in prison. Why that’s a big deal." June 21

June 22, 2016
ESAHEC works with HealthSouth Chesapeake Rehabilitation Hospital

The University of Maryland, Baltimore and its Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program were mentioned in the story "ESAHEC works with HealthSouth Chesapeake Rehabilitation Hospital" in the Easton Star Democrat. June 21

June 22, 2016
How Scientists Are Bringing People Back From the Dead

Samuel Tisherman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Popular Science story "How Scientists Are Bringing People Back From the Dead." The story also ran on myinforms.com. June 21

June 21, 2016
Did the Supreme Court just open the door to more police searches?

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Did the Supreme Court just open the door to more police searches?" in the Christian Science Monitor. June 21

June 21, 2016
Polyunsaturated fat better than monounsaturated fat in diet for metabolic syndrome

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "Polyunsaturated fat better than monounsaturated fat in diet for metabolic syndrome." June 21

June 21, 2016
A father's love stretches cross-county

The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center was mentioned in the story "A father's love stretches cross-county" on First Coast News. June 20

June 21, 2016
Closing Arguments Conclude In Goodson Trial; Verdict To Be Issued Thursday

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the WBAL-AM story "Closing Arguments Conclude In Goodson Trial; Verdict To Be Issued Thursday." June 20

June 21, 2016
Judge questions Freddie Gray ‘rough ride’ theory

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the Washington Times story "Judge questions Freddie Gray ‘rough ride’ theory." June 20

June 21, 2016
Supreme Court rules evidence stands after illegal search

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Supreme Court rules evidence stands after illegal search" in the Baltimore Sun. June 20

June 21, 2016
VIP Syndrome can be patient killer

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "VIP Syndrome can be patient killer" on CBC Radio. June 20

June 21, 2016
Human testing of experimental Zika vaccine to begin

Karen Kotloff of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Pharmacy Choice story "Human testing of experimental Zika vaccine to begin." June 20

June 21, 2016
Muffins Made With Healthy Fats May Help Patients With Metabolic Syndrome

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Muffins Made With Healthy Fats May Help Patients With Metabolic Syndrome" on HealthCanal. June 20

June 21, 2016
Hundreds attend mass burial honoring dead who gave bodies to science

Ronn Wade of the School of Medicine was featured in the Baltimore Sun story "Hundreds attend mass burial honoring dead who gave bodies to science." June 20

June 21, 2016
1st day of murder trial wraps up for van driver

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was quoted in the story "1st day of murder trial wraps up for van driver" in the Gosport Times. June 21

June 21, 2016
Verdict scheduled for Thursday for officer charged in Freddie Gray’s death

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Verdict scheduled for Thursday for officer charged in Freddie Gray’s death" in the Washington Post, standard.net, and the Bowling Green Daily News. June 20

June 20, 2016
11 TV Hill: What happened in Orlando?

Arnold Abraham of the Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed on WBAL-TV's 11 TV Hill program for the segment "11 TV Hill: What happened in Orlando?" June 19

June 20, 2016
Conflicting Testimony Fills Baltimore Officer’s Trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article, "Conflicting Testimony Fills Baltimore Officer’s Trial," on cbslocal.com. June 17

June 20, 2016
Can one train himself to need less sleep?

Andrea Meredith of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Can one train himself to need less sleep?" in the Business Standard. June 18

June 20, 2016
Current Concerns About the Use of Antibiotics in Animals and Agriculture

Emily Heil of the School of Pharmacy was featured in the story "Current Concerns About the Use of Antibiotics in Animals and Agriculture" in Contagion. June 18

June 20, 2016
Dr. Lawrence D. Egbert, physician who advocated assisted suicide, dies

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Dr. Lawrence D. Egbert, physician who advocated assisted suicide, dies" in the Baltimore Sun. June 17

June 20, 2016
Freddie Gray case: Defense rests in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson after brief testimony from fellow officer

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Freddie Gray case: Defense rests in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson after brief testimony from fellow officer" in the Baltimore Sun and on MSN.com. June 17 The article was excerpted on Centermaryland.org. June 20

June 20, 2016
11 TV Hill: Helping children cope with mass shooting

Tanya Sharpe of the School of Social Work was featured in the program "11 TV Hill: Helping children cope with mass shooting" on WBAL-TV. June 19

June 20, 2016
Restaurants Join ‘Practice Driving With Your Teen’ Campaign

Richard Lichenstein of the School of Medicine was quoted in the WJZ-TV story "Restaurants Join ‘Practice Driving With Your Teen’ Campaign." June 19

June 20, 2016
Weinberg Foundation sues over building sale, citing concern for reputation

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the story "Weinberg Foundation sues over building sale, citing concern for reputation" in the Baltimore Sun. June 20

June 20, 2016
The Outrage Machine

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was featured in the New York Times video "The Outrage Machine," and the accompanying story "Mob Shaming: The Pillory at the Center of the Global Village." June 20

June 20, 2016
More clarity over time for heart failure biomarkers

Robert Christenson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "More clarity over time for heart failure biomarkers" on captodayonline.com. June 17

June 20, 2016
How Muffins Made with Safflower Oil Could Help with Weight Loss

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "How Muffins Made with Safflower Oil Could Help with Weight Loss" on labmanager.com. June 17

June 20, 2016
Battlefield trauma lessons can save Americans at home

David Marcozzi of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Battlefield trauma lessons can save Americans at home" on standard.net and in the Chicago Tribune. June 17

June 20, 2016
#GoodsonTrial: Judge Admonishes Prosecutor For Brady Violations But Allows Trial To Continue

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was quoted in the article "#GoodsonTrial: Judge Admonishes Prosecutor For Brady Violations But Allows Trial To Continue" on GosportTimes.com. June 17

June 20, 2016
5 Ways to Manage Diabetes in 10 Minutes Flat

Kashif Munir of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "5 Ways to Manage Diabetes in 10 Minutes Flat" on Everyday Health. June 17

June 20, 2016
Tonight: AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes, Friday, June 17.

Doug Colbert of the School of Law appeared on the AFRO's WEAA-FM talk show "Tonight: AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes, Friday, June 17." June 17

June 17, 2016
Health and Fitness with Chauncey and Rhonda

The University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center was mentioned on the Marc Steiner Show program, "Health and Fitness with Chauncey and Rhonda," on WEAA-FM. June 16

June 17, 2016
First Edition June 14: The Unprecidented Epidemic of Gun Violence in America

Tanya Sharpe of the School of Social Work was interviewed on the program, "First Edition June 14: The Unprecidented Epidemic of Gun Violence in America," on WEAA-FM. June 14

June 17, 2016
Making Friends: Insights on Friendship from the World’s Leading Experts - Pt. 1, Geoffrey Greif

Geoffrey Greif of the School of Social Work was featured in the article, "Making Friends: Insights on Friendship from the World’s Leading Experts - Pt. 1, Geoffrey Greif," in the Huffington Post. June 16

June 17, 2016
When it comes to trauma care, where you live determines if you live

David Marcozzi of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Marketplace story "When it comes to trauma care, where you live determines if you live." A similar story ran on Bloomberg. June 17

June 17, 2016
Baltimore Community Foundation campaign raises $103.7 million

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "Baltimore Community Foundation campaign raises $103.7 million" in the Daily Record. June 16

June 17, 2016
Rawlings-Blake: State Center remains top redevelopment goal

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Daily Record story "Rawlings-Blake: State Center remains top redevelopment goal." June 16 The article was excerpted on Marylandreporter.com. June 17

June 17, 2016
United Way awards $26,000 to community groups through larger grant pool

Barry Edland and Salar Azad of the School of Dentistry were featured in the photo and caption in the Frederick News-Post story "United Way awards $26,000 to community groups through larger grant pool." June 16

June 17, 2016
Here are the two Baltimore high schools rolling out P-TECH

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Technical.ly Baltimore story "Here are the two Baltimore high schools rolling out P-TECH." June 16

June 17, 2016
When stars seek medical care, risk of 'VIP Syndrome' looms

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "When stars seek medical care, risk of 'VIP Syndrome' looms" in the Daily News. June 13

June 17, 2016
The Muffin Study: Mono- Vs. Polyunsaturated Fats in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was featured in the Science Newsline story "The Muffin Study: Mono- Vs. Polyunsaturated Fats in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome." June 16

June 17, 2016
Possible Pathway Discovered for Ketamine’s Antidepressant Effects

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Possible Pathway Discovered for Ketamine’s Antidepressant Effects" in Psychiatric News. June 16

June 17, 2016
McGuireWoods Partner Ava Lias-Booker Named Maryland State Bar Association’s ‘Litigator of the Year’

Ava Lias-Booker of the School of Law's Board of Visitors was featured in the story "McGuireWoods Partner Ava Lias-Booker Named Maryland State Bar Association’s ‘Litigator of the Year’" in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. A similar story ran in the Daily Record. June 16

June 17, 2016
Ask Well: Can You Train Yourself to Need Less Sleep?

Andrea Meredith of the School of Medicine was interviewed for the New York Times story "Ask Well: Can You Train Yourself to Need Less Sleep?" June 17

June 17, 2016
Latest health research – Diet

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Hearst CT News Blogs story "Latest health research – Diet." June 16

June 16, 2016
Bill Struever kicks off $11M redevelopment of historic Lion Bros. building

The UM BioPark was mentioned in the article, "Bill Struever kicks off $11M redevelopment of historic Lion Bros. building," in the Baltimore Business Journal. June 14

June 16, 2016
Getty to be sworn in as Court of Appeals judge June 27

Hallie Atwater of the School of Social Work was mentioned in the article, "Getty to be sworn in as Court of Appeals judge June 27," in the Daily RecordJune 14

June 16, 2016
May Relypsa (RLYP) Veltassa Figures Point to Continued Uptake - Wedbush

Matthew Weir of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "May Relypsa (RLYP) Veltassa Figures Point to Continued Uptake - Wedbush" on StreetInsider.com. June 16

June 16, 2016
With 'plenty of space,' Caves Valley considers plans for Metro West

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "With 'plenty of space,' Caves Valley considers plans for Metro West" in The Baltimore Sun and the Carroll County Times. June 15

June 16, 2016
Priority Partners to Sponsor Maryland CASA Youth Summit

The School of Social Work was mentioned in the article "Priority Partners to Sponsor Maryland CASA Youth Summit" in the North Baltimore Patch. June 15

June 16, 2016
Is Cannabis Withdrawal A Real Thing?

David Gorelick of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Is Cannabis Withdrawal A Real Thing?" on The House of Cobra. June 15

June 16, 2016
The Muffin Study: Mono- vs. polyunsaturated fats in patients with metabolic syndrome

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "The Muffin Study: Mono- vs. polyunsaturated fats in patients with metabolic syndrome" on Science Daily and Science Codex. June 15

June 16, 2016
The P-TECH pipeline

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the editorial "The P-TECH pipeline" in The Baltimore Sun. June 15 The article was excerpted on centermaryland.org. June 16

June 16, 2016
‘I don’t know if people understand what is happening in Baltimore’

Rachel Donegan of the School of Social Work (SSW) was quoted in The Washington Post article, "‘I don’t know if people understand what is happening in Baltimore,’" which mentioned the Promise Heights initiative, and Hallie Atwater of the SSW and Promise Heights was mentioned in the article, "Coming of age in a city coming apart," in the Washington Post. June 16 

June 15, 2016
The Muffin Study: Mono- vs. polyunsaturated fats in patients with metabolic syndrome

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "The Muffin Study: Mono- vs. polyunsaturated fats in patients with metabolic syndrome" on Medical Xpress. June 15 

June 15, 2016
Sylvester scientists provide proof of concept for potential new class of cancer drugs

Alex MacKerell of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Sylvester scientists provide proof of concept for potential new class of cancer drugs" on Eurekalert! June 14

June 15, 2016
Tax Incentives Aim to Attract Primary Care Preceptors

Richard Colgan of the School of Medicine (SOM) was quoted and David Stewart of the SOM was pictured in the article "Tax Incentives Aim to Attract Primary Care Preceptors" on AAFP News. June 14

June 15, 2016
Iraq veteran who lost both legs finds rehabilation and reason to live in sports

Sharon Henry of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Iraq veteran who lost both legs finds rehabilation and reason to live in sports" in The Baltimore Sun. June 14

June 15, 2016
Digital deadwalkers: Distracted pedestrians are a traffic hazard

Richard Lichenstein of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Digital deadwalkers: Distracted pedestrians are a traffic hazard" in the Naples Daily News. June 14

June 15, 2016
UMB Partners With Innovative School Initiative

UMB President Jay A. Perman was quoted in the article "UMB Partners With Innovative School Initiative" on UMB News. June 14

June 15, 2016
Officer William Porter takes stand in Goodson trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Officer William Porter takes stand in Goodson trial" on WBAL-TV and in a similar story on WJZ-TV. June 14

June 15, 2016
Hogan names two P-Tech schools in Baltimore

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Hogan names two P-Tech schools in Baltimore" in The Washington Post. June 14 the article was excerpted on Centermaryland and Maryland Reporter. june 15

June 15, 2016
Examining the Sibling Relationship Dynamic

Geoffrey Greif of the School of Social Work was interviewed on the Wall Street Journal video, "Examining the Sibling Relationship Dynamic." June 14

June 15, 2016
Local roundup: Man is sentenced in New Year’s crash

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Local roundup: Man is sentenced in New Year’s crash" in The Washington Post. June 14

June 15, 2016
Hogan's blight program meets skepticism in Sandtown

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Hogan's blight program meets skepticism in Sandtown" in The Baltimore Sun. June 14

June 15, 2016
The Greatest Gap: Health Inequity In Baltimore

UMB President Jay A. Perman was mentioned in the article "The Greatest Gap: Health Inequity In Baltimore" in The Beacon. June 14

June 15, 2016
Prevention of genetic breast cancer within reach

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Prevention of genetic breast cancer within reach" on letlifehappen.com. June 14

June 15, 2016
History: Belafonte wins Emmy

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "History: Belafonte wins Emmy" in The Clarion-Ledger. June 14

June 15, 2016
PaxVax receives US marketing approval from FDA for cholera vaccine

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted and James Kaper of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "PaxVax receives US marketing approval from FDA for cholera vaccine" on pharmaceutical-technology.com and in a similar article on UMB News. June 14

June 15, 2016
University of Md. Children's Hospital program helps NICU parents

Brenda Hussey-Gardner of the School of Medicine was interviewed in the story "University of Md. Children's Hospital program helps NICU parents"  on WBAL-TV. June 14

June 14, 2016
DENTISTRY IN THE DNA

John M. Hyson IV of the School of Dentistry was featured in the story "DENTISTRY IN THE DNA" in Baltimore Magazine's Top Dentists issue.

June 14, 2016
The Latest On The Orlando Shooting — The Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. History

Michael Greenberger of the School of Law and the Center for Health and Homeland Security was interviewed for the segment "The Latest On The Orlando Shooting — The Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. History" on NPR's Diane Rehm Show. June 13

June 14, 2016
Response to mass violence

Tanya Sharpe of the School of Social Work was interviewed on WBAL-AM and on WBFF-TV on the subject, "Response to mass violence." No links available. June 13

June 14, 2016
Study Sets Standards for Evaluating Pluripotent Stem Cell Quality

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Study Sets Standards for Evaluating Pluripotent Stem Cell Quality" on labmanager.com. June 13

June 14, 2016
Maryland challenges EPA over finding that Anne Arundel power plant likely violates clean air rules

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "Maryland challenges EPA over finding that Anne Arundel power plant likely violates clean air rules " on energycentral.com. June 13

June 14, 2016
Could Extremely Low-Calorie Diets Help Some Illnesses?

Pamela Peeke of the School of Medicine was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article "Could Extremely Low-Calorie Diets Help Some Illnesses?" June 13

June 14, 2016
Goodson Trial: Did Porter hurt or help prosecutors

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Goodson Trial: Did Porter hurt or help prosecutors" on WYPR. A similar story ran on WBAL-TV and WJZ-TV. June 13

June 14, 2016
When stars seek medical care, risk of ‘VIP Syndrome’ looms

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the Daily Journal story "When stars seek medical care, risk of ‘VIP Syndrome’ looms." June 13

June 14, 2016
Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies" in the Baltimore Sun and the Bulletin. June 14

June 14, 2016
FDA Approves Oral Cholera Vaccine Vaxchora

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "FDA Approves Oral Cholera Vaccine Vaxchora" on Biospace.com, PTcommunity.com, laboratoryequipment.com, and pharmavoice.com. June 13

June 13, 2016
Top Dentists 2016

Herbert M. Mendelson of the School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Top Dentists 2016" in Baltimore Magazine. June

June 13, 2016
Lead paint is still a huge problem in Kansas City's poorest neighborhoods

Patricia McLaine of the School of Nursing was quoted in the article "Lead paint is still a huge problem in Kansas City's poorest neighborhoods" in the Kansas City Star. June 11

June 13, 2016
Patient wishes are tough to see in electronic health records

Marian Grant of the School of Nursing was quoted in the article "Patient wishes are tough to see in electronic health records" in the Star Tribune. June 11

June 13, 2016
New $500,000 Gift Funds University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Scholarships 
for Regulatory Science, Pharmacometrics & Health Outcomes Research

Ellen Yankellow and Natalie Eddington of the School of Pharmacy were quoted in the story "New $500,000 Gift Funds University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Scholarships 
for Regulatory Science, Pharmacometrics & Health Outcomes Research" in the Washington Sun. June 8

June 13, 2016
Research Shows Potential for Breast Cancer Prevention in BRCA1-Driven Tumors

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Research Shows Potential for Breast Cancer Prevention in BRCA1-Driven Tumors" in OncologyNurseAdvisor.com. June 10

June 13, 2016
Spinal injury could cause Freddie Gray to suffocate, expert says

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in story "Spinal injury could cause Freddie Gray to suffocate, expert says" on WBAL-TV. June 10

June 13, 2016
UM Upper Chesapeake Health Appoints Dr. Fermin Barrueto, Jr., Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer

Fermin Barrueto Jr. of the School of Medicine was featured in the Patch story "UM Upper Chesapeake Health Appoints Dr. Fermin Barrueto, Jr., Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer." June 10

June 13, 2016
FDA approves vaccine for cholera

Myron Levine and Wilbur Chen of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "FDA approves vaccine for cholera" on Eurekalert! Similar stories ran on KSLA.com, CNBC, Laboratory Equipment and freshnews.com. June 10

June 13, 2016
Ticks and Lyme disease

Student Reena Rambharat of the School of Medicine authored the op-ed, "Ticks and Lyme disease," in the Baltimore Sun. June 10

June 13, 2016
First Black valedictorian at world's oldest dental school

The School of Dentistry was featured in the story "First Black valedictorian at world's oldest dental school" in the Philadelphia Tribune. June 9

June 13, 2016
Rough ride theory is a twist in police custody death case

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Rough ride theory is a twist in police custody death case" in the Iron Mountain Daily News, WGEM-TV, Caledonian Record and in many other publications. June 10

June 13, 2016
Case study: Institute for Genome Sciences expands long-read capabilities with sequel system

The Institute for Genome Sciences of the School of Medicine was featured in the story "Case study: Institute for Genome Sciences expands long-read capabilities with sequel system" on SeedQuest. June 10

June 13, 2016
PaxVax's cholera vaccine wins FDA nod

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "PaxVax's cholera vaccine wins FDA nod" on FiercePharma. Similar stories ran on BusinessWire and EurekAlert!. June 10

June 13, 2016
Renaissance Academy an oasis for students

Richard Barth and Bronwyn Mayden of the School of Social Work authored the letter to the editor, "Renaissance Academy an oasis for students," in the Baltimore Sun and canmua.net.

June 13, 2016
At Goodson trial, medical examiner defends homicide ruling in Freddie Gray autopsy

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "At Goodson trial, medical examiner defends homicide ruling in Freddie Gray autopsy" in the Baltimore Sun and the Carroll County Times. and in an interview for the Marc Steiner Show program on WEAA-FM. June 10

June 13, 2016
University of Maryland, Baltimore and SNBL CPC Announce the Expansion of their Collaboration to Include Patient Identification/Recruitment for Enrollment into Early Phase

Jay Perman of the University of Maryland, Baltimore and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the story "University of Maryland, Baltimore and SNBL CPC Announce the Expansion of their Collaboration to Include Patient Identification/Recruitment for Enrollment into Early Phase" on PRWeb.comchron.com, tech.einnews.com, and doctorsoutlook.com. June 11

June 13, 2016
World Health Organization advises women to delay pregnancy over Zika virus threat

Robert Edelman of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "World Health Organization advises women to delay pregnancy over Zika virus threat" in the Gosport Times. June 11

June 13, 2016
Maryland challenges EPA over finding that Anne Arundel power plant likely violates clean air rules

Rena Steinzor of the School of Law was mentioned in the story "Maryland challenges EPA over finding that Anne Arundel power plant likely violates clean air rules" in the Baltimore Sun. June 11

June 13, 2016
Drugs for schizophrenics regularly dispensed to foster kids

Susan dosReis of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Reuters story "Drugs for schizophrenics regularly dispensed to foster kids", on WKZO. June 9

June 13, 2016
This Insulin is Changing Diabetics’ Lives

Michael Miller of the School of Medicine was quoted in the LifeZette story "This Insulin is Changing Diabetics’ Lives." June 10

June 13, 2016
Stars: Risk of ‘VIP Syndrome’ looms

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Stars: Risk of ‘VIP Syndrome’ looms" on the Manteca Bulletin. Similar stories ran in Salon.comNBCNewYork.com, Sun-Sentinel.comTime.com, newsday.comToronto Star, 660news.com, the Miami Heraldminnesota.cbslocal.com, the GuardianLosAngeles.CBSLocal.comthe Journal Gazette, the Philly Voice, Deseret News, DentonRC.com, ctvnews.comlimaohio.comthe Spokesman-Review, castanet.comoregonlive.com, nola.comNewser, Chicago.cbslocal.comMyInforms.com, and many other outlets. June 9-11

June 10, 2016
Could Outcome in Caesar Goodson Trial Spell End for Freddie Gray Case?

Doug Colbert, Renee Hutchins and David Gray of the School of Law were interviewed for the story "Could Outcome in Caesar Goodson Trial Spell End for Freddie Gray Case?" on NBC News. June 9

June 10, 2016
Why both sides of Freddie Gray trials support the same judge

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Why both sides of Freddie Gray trials support the same judge" in The Christian Science Monitor. June 9

June 10, 2016
Study Sets Standards for Evaluating Pluripotent Stem Cell Quality

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Study Sets Standards for Evaluating Pluripotent Stem Cell Quality" on CNBC news and on Pharmiweb.com. June 9

June 10, 2016
Baltimore Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Theo C. Rodgers

Theo C. Rodgers of the University of Maryland Baltimore Foundationwas featured in the article, "Baltimore Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Theo C. Rodgers," in the Baltimore Sun and the Carroll County Times. June 9

June 10, 2016
Prosecutor: Officer Caesar Goodson gave Freddie Gray 'rough ride'

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed for the story "Prosecutor: Officer Caesar Goodson gave Freddie Gray 'rough ride'" on WBAL-TV and WYPR-FM and in an Associated Press article on WTOP-AM and stltoday.com. June 9  A similar story appeared on TheRoot, The Guardian, The Greenfield Reporter, Global News, Medicine Hat News, The New York Times, and Vice. June 10

June 10, 2016
Recovery-oriented systems of care—new approach to integrated treatment for people with substance use, mental disorders

Katherine Fornili of the School of Nursing was mentioned in the article "Recovery-oriented systems of care—new approach to integrated treatment for people with substance use, mental disorders" on ScienceCodex. June 9 

June 10, 2016
Drugs for schizophrenics regularly dispensed to foster kids

Susan dosReis of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the Reuters article, "Drugs for schizophrenics regularly dispensed to foster kids." June 9

June 10, 2016
Baltimore judge scolds prosecutors for withholding evidence in trial of officer in Freddie Gray case

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Baltimore judge scolds prosecutors for withholding evidence in trial of officer in Freddie Gray case" in the Washington Times. June 10

June 10, 2016
State university system plans to create $25 million investment fund for start-ups

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun story "State university system plans to create $25 million investment fund for start-ups." June 9 The story was excerpted on Center Maryland. June 10

June 10, 2016
What makes opioids so addictive?

Thelma Wright of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "What makes opioids so addictive?" on WJLA-TV. June 7

June 9, 2016
Development In Baltimore: TIFs, Port Covington, Harbor Point & More

Jeff Singer of the School of Social Work was interviewed on the Marc Steiner show program, "Development In Baltimore: TIFs, Port Covington, Harbor Point & More," on WEAA-FM. June 7

June 9, 2016
Leadership changes

The School of Social Work was mentioned in the article, "Leadership changes," in the Gazette. June 9

June 9, 2016
Why both sides of the Freddie Gray case support the same judge

The School of Law was mentioned in the story "Why both sides of the Freddie Gray case support the same judge" in the Christian Science Monitor. June 9

June 9, 2016
Tera Poole Becomes First Black Valedictorian at Oldest Dental School

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Tera Poole Becomes First Black Valedictorian at Oldest Dental School" in The Afro. June 8

June 9, 2016
CT Surveillance Does Not Improve Survival in Lung Cancer Recurrence

Joseph Nicholas Bodor of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "CT Surveillance Does Not Improve Survival in Lung Cancer Recurrence" in CancerNetwork. June 8

June 9, 2016
Laurel water walkers find their stride at Fairland pool

Ruth Anne McCormick of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Laurel water walkers find their stride at Fairland pool" in The Baltimore Sun. June 9

June 9, 2016
Could Outcome in Caesar Goodson Trial Spell End for Freddie Gray Case?

Renee Hutchins, David Gray and Doug Colbert, all of the School of Law, were quoted in the story "Could Outcome in Caesar Goodson Trial Spell End for Freddie Gray Case?" on NBC News. June 9

June 9, 2016
2016 LGBT Pride parade focused on "One Baltimore," set to bring big music acts

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the story "2016 LGBT Pride parade focused on "One Baltimore," set to bring big music acts" on WBFF-TV. June 8

June 9, 2016
Maryland pushes biotechnology with new centers of excellence

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Maryland pushes biotechnology with new centers of excellence" in The Baltimore Sun. June 8 The article was excerpted on Center Maryland. June 9

June 9, 2016
'Rough ride': practice that led to Freddie Gray's death at the center of latest trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "'Rough ride': practice that led to Freddie Gray's death at the center of latest trial" in The Guardian. June 9  Similar stories appeared on WBAL-TV, in The Root, US News, and the Toronto Star. June 10 

June 9, 2016
Dent-Chew Brush LLC Seeks Investors for Revolutionary US Patented Clean Bite

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Dent-Chew Brush LLC Seeks Investors for Revolutionary US Patented Clean Bite" on WAFF-TV. June 8

June 9, 2016
Camps ‘cautious but calm’ on Zika

Robert Edelman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Camps ‘cautious but calm’ on Zika" in The Jewish Chronicle. June 8

June 9, 2016
Recovery-oriented systems of care—new approach to integrated treatment for people with substance use, mental disorders

Katherine Fornili of the School of Nursing was mentioned in the article "Recovery-oriented systems of care—new approach to integrated treatment for people with substance use, mental disorders" on medicalxpress.com. June 8

June 9, 2016
Alleged Freddie Gray Statement Barred From Police-Van Driver’s Trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Alleged Freddie Gray Statement Barred From Police-Van Driver’s Trial" in The Wall Street Journal. June 8

June 9, 2016
Judge even-handed in black man's police custody death case

Larry Gibson of the School of Law was quoted in the Associated Press article "Judge even-handed in black man's police custody death case" in the Daily RecordThe Houston Chronicle, ABC.comWBAL Radio, Tribtown.com, MSN.com, WTOP Radio, and Townhall.com. June 8

June 9, 2016
Maryland Commerce Convenes Partners To Form Centers Of Excellence In Biomanufacturing, Transformative Medicine

UMB President Jay A. Perman was mentioned in the article "Maryland Commerce Convenes Partners To Form Centers Of Excellence In Biomanufacturing, Transformative Medicine" on ventures.jhu.edu, and citibizlist.com. June 8

June 9, 2016
Primary care treats chronic HCV just as well as specialists

Sarah Kattakuzhy of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Primary care treats chronic HCV just as well as specialists" in Medicine Economics. June 8

June 9, 2016
Stakes rise for prosecutors trying officer in Freddie Gray case for murder

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Stakes rise for prosecutors trying officer in Freddie Gray case for murder" in The Boston Globe. June 8

June 8, 2016
Nina Trocky

Nina Trocky of the School of Nursing was featured in the article "Nina Trocky" in the Baltimore Business Journal. June 8

June 8, 2016
Four from Louisville appointed to Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Medical Advisory Panel

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article, "Four from Louisville appointed to Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Medical Advisory Panel," on nkytribune.com. June 7

June 8, 2016
Online anti-Semitism: Difficult to Fight, but Even Harder to Quantify

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Online anti-Semitism: Difficult to Fight, but Even Harder to Quantify" in haaretz.com. June 7

June 8, 2016
Students Bridge Disciplines During Interprofessional Patient Management Competition

James Trovato of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Students Bridge Disciplines During Interprofessional Patient Management Competition" on pharmacy.umaryland.edu. June 6

June 8, 2016
Stakes Rise for Prosecutors Trying Officer in Freddie Gray Case for Murder

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Stakes Rise for Prosecutors Trying Officer in Freddie Gray Case for Murder" in The New York Times. June 8

June 8, 2016
Elderly Disproportionately Affected by New Limits on Opioid Painkillers

Mary Lynn McPherson of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "Elderly Disproportionately Affected by New Limits on Opioid Painkillers" on allgov.com. June 7

June 8, 2016
Low Vitamin D Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk

Michael Gloth of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Low Vitamin D Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk" in Today's Geriatric Medicine. June 7

June 8, 2016
University of Maryland attracts med students to primary care careers

Richard Colgan of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "University of Maryland attracts med students to primary care careers" on Fiercepracticemanagement.com. June 6

June 8, 2016
UMD School of Pharmacy gets $500,000 gift

School of Pharmacy dean Natalie Eddington was quoted in the article "UMD School of Pharmacy gets $500,000 gift" in The Daily Record. June 7 The article was excerpted on CenterMaryland.org. June 8

June 8, 2016
Officer in Freddie Gray Case Elects Bench Trial

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Officer in Freddie Gray Case Elects Bench Trial" on officer.com and in similar articles in The Herald Democrat, and on Governing Online. June 7

June 8, 2016
Jails under stress as the mentally ill wait for a spot in a psychiatric facility

Larry Fitch of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Jails under stress as the mentally ill wait for a spot in a psychiatric facility" in The Washington Post and on standard.net. June 7

June 7, 2016
Schools Touting Appearance In ‘Best Law Schools’ Sponsored Content Article

The School of Law was mentioned in the story "Schools Touting Appearance In ‘Best Law Schools’ Sponsored Content Article" in AbovetheLaw.com. June 6

June 7, 2016
What killed Cromwell? Or Mozart? Sleuthing doctors take on the 'ultimate whodunit'

Philip Mackowiak of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "What killed Cromwell? Or Mozart? Sleuthing doctors take on the 'ultimate whodunit'" on canmua.net. June 6

June 7, 2016
Freddie Gray Case Puts Focus on ‘Depraved Heart’ Murder Charge

David Gray of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Freddie Gray Case Puts Focus on ‘Depraved Heart’ Murder Charge" in the Wall Street Journal. June 6

June 7, 2016
Preventive Approach for Genetic Breast Cancer Shows Promise

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the story "Preventive Approach for Genetic Breast Cancer Shows Promise" in Specialty Pharmacy Times. June 6

June 7, 2016
Focused Ultrasound Eliminated Her Parkinson’s Symptoms

Howard Eisenberg of the School of Medicine was featured in the Everyday Health story "Focused Ultrasound Eliminated Her Parkinson’s Symptoms." June 6

June 7, 2016
Officer Goodson elects bench trial in Freddie Gray case, to begin Thursday

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "Officer Goodson elects bench trial in Freddie Gray case, to begin Thursday," and in similar stories on WBAL-TV and in the Washington PostCarroll County Times, the ABA Journal, myinforms.com, canmua.net, Business Insider. June 6 The Baltimore Sun article was excerpted on centermaryland.org. June 7

June 7, 2016
The defamation suit against Marilyn Mosby in Freddie Gray case has a few big problems

Don Gifford of the School of Law was quoted in the Bizpac Review article "The defamation suit against Marilyn Mosby in Freddie Gray case has a few big problems."  June 6

June 7, 2016
Health Talk: What happens when I can't maintain a pain-free back?

Clifford Solomon of the School of Medicine authored the story "Health Talk: What happens when I can't maintain a pain-free back?" in the Capital Gazette. June 6

June 6, 2016
Can a Phone Test Identify Hearing Problems?

Sanda Gordan-Salant of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Can a Phone Test Identify Hearing Problems?" in The Wall Street Journal. June 6

June 6, 2016
Officer Caesar Goodson opts for bench trial in Freddie Gray case

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story, "Officer Caesar Goodson opts for bench trial in Freddie Gray case," on WBAL-TV. June 6

June 6, 2016
What You Need To Know About How Gut Bacteria Makes Us Fat & Thin

Claire Fraser of the Institute for Genome Sciences at the School of Medicine was quoted in the story, "What You Need To Know About How Gut Bacteria Makes Us Fat & Thin," in Collective Evolution. June 3

June 6, 2016
Antidepressants carry much higher fall risk than antipsychotics, study finds

The article, "Antidepressants carry much higher fall risk than antipsychotics, study finds," referred to the School of Pharmacy in McKnight's. June 6

June 6, 2016
New Opioid Limits Challenge the Most Pain-Prone

Mary Lynn McPherson of the School of Pharmacy was quoted in the article "New Opioid Limits Challenge the Most Pain-Prone" in The New York Times. June 6

June 6, 2016
Monday Morning Manager

Becky Davis of the School of Social Work was featured in the blog post, "Monday Morning Manager," on Network for Social Work Management. June 6

June 6, 2016
Goodson defense challenges key evidence

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was interviewed for the story, "Goodson defense challenges key evidence," on WBAL-TV. June 3

June 6, 2016
Officer Caesar Goodson opts for bench trial in Freddie Gray case

Doug Colbert of the School of Law was quoted in the story "Officer Caesar Goodson opts for bench trial in Freddie Gray case" on WBAL-TV. June 5

June 6, 2016
The Suit Against Marilyn Mosby In Freddie Gray Case Has A Few Big Problems

Don Gifford of the School of Law was quoted in the article "The Suit Against Marilyn Mosby In Freddie Gray Case Has A Few Big Problems" in The Daily Caller. June 5

June 6, 2016
Caves Valley Partners closes on deal for massive Metro West property

The University of Maryland, Baltimore was mentioned in the article "Caves Valley Partners closes on deal for massive Metro West property" in The Baltimore Business Journal. June 3

June 6, 2016
Nursing school hires for eleven positions as school grows

School of Nursing dean Jane M. Kirschling was quoted in the article "Nursing school hires for eleven positions as school grows" in The GW Hatchet. June 4

June 6, 2016
Maternal vaccination against influenza can reduce flu risk in newborns

Milagritos Tapia and Myron Levine of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "Maternal vaccination against influenza can reduce flu risk in newborns" on News-Medical.net and in similar articles on Economic TimesIndianWhitepaper.com, Zenopa.com, the Knoxville Times, the Israel Herald, and Infection Control Today. June 3

June 6, 2016
DRD2 expression plays crucial role in protecting mice against kidney injury, hypertension

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "DRD2 expression plays crucial role in protecting mice against kidney injury, hypertension" on News-Medical.net. June 3

June 6, 2016
After years of acquiring property, Baltimore stands at crossroads in Park Heights

The University of Maryland BioPark was mentioned in the article "After years of acquiring property, Baltimore stands at crossroads in Park Heights" in The Baltimore Sun. June 3

June 6, 2016
Scandal of the 5,000 new fast food restaurants that have opened outside schools in just seven years

Seungyoun Jung of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Scandal of the 5,000 new fast food restaurants that have opened outside schools in just seven years" in the Daily Mail. June 3

June 3, 2016
Hogan fills Md. Court of Appeals vacancy with Carroll native

The School of Law was mentioned in the Carroll County Times article "Hogan fills Md. Court of Appeals vacancy with Carroll native," on June 1 and in a Carroll County Times editorial. June 2 

June 3, 2016
New Age of Legalized Marijuana Calls for New Look at Science, Policy

Marilyn Huestis of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "New Age of Legalized Marijuana Calls for New Look at Science, Policy" in Psychiatric News. June 2

June 3, 2016
Greenebaum Earns Highest NCI Designation

Kevin J. Cullen and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article, "Greenebaum Earns Highest NCI Designation," on UMB News and in an article and video interview on EurekaAlert!  June 2

June 3, 2016
University of Maryland School of Medicine Study Finds That Vaccinating Mothers in Mali, West Africa Against Influenza Can Protect Newborns Too

Milagritos D. TapiaSamba O. Sow, Myron M. Levine, and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article, "University of Maryland School of Medicine Study Finds That Vaccinating Mothers in Mali, West Africa Against Influenza Can Protect Newborns Too," on Health Canal and Science Daily. June 2 

June 3, 2016
The Economics of Treating Insomnia

Emerson Wickwire of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article, "The Economics of Treating Insomnia," on the Huffington Post. June 3

June 3, 2016
Cincy native is University of Maryland School of Dentistry's first-ever black valedictorian

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Cincy native is University of Maryland School of Dentistry's first-ever black valedictorian" on WCPO-TV. June 2

June 3, 2016
University of Maryland Children’s Hospital Launches New Reading Program For NICU Infants

Dina El-Metwally and Brenda Hussey-Gardner of the School of Medicine were mentioned in thearticle, "University of Maryland Children’s Hospital Launches New Reading Program For NICU Infants," on CityBizList . June 2  

June 3, 2016
Flu vaccine during pregnancy can protect newborns

Myron Levine of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Flu vaccine during pregnancy can protect newborns" in the Business Standard, Healthcanal.com, and MedicalXpress.com. June 3

June 3, 2016
Proton Therapy

The School of Medicine and the Maryland Proton Treatment Center were featured in the story "Proton Therapy" on WBAL-TV. June 2

June 3, 2016
Why infections related to PK require intense vigilance

Bennie Jeng of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Why infections related to PK require intense vigilance" Opthalmology Times. June 2

June 2, 2016
Beachley appointed to Maryland appeals court

The School of Law was mentioned in the article, "Beachley appointed to Maryland appeals court," in the Herald-Mail. June 1

June 2, 2016
Joel Woodey, attorney and Walters Art Museum volunteer, dies

The School of Law was mentioned in the obituary, "Joel Woodey, attorney and Walters Art Museum volunteer, dies," in the Baltimore Sun. May 28 

June 2, 2016
Promoting Prevention

Richard Barth, Jordan DeVylder, and Sarah Butts of the School of Social Work were quoted in the article, "Promoting Prevention," in Social Work Today. May/June

June 2, 2016
June Author @ the Library Programs at Mid-Manhattan

Geoffrey Greif of the School of Social Work was featured in the article "June Author @ the Library Programs at Mid-Manhattan" on NYPL.org. June 1

June 2, 2016
Camps ‘cautious but calm’ on Zika

Robert Edelman of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Camps ‘cautious but calm’ on Zika" in Washington Jewish Week. June 1

June 2, 2016
Are You a Workaholic? Read This.

Pamla Peeke of the School of Medicine was quoted in the article "Are You a Workaholic? Read This." on BettyConfidential.com. June 1

June 2, 2016
AACC Announces 2017 Candidates

Robert Christenson of the School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "AACC Announces 2017 Candidates" on AACC.org. June 1

June 2, 2016
Guidewell offers housing, credit advice in west Baltimore

Ashley Valis of the University of Maryland, Baltimore was quoted in the article, "Guidewell offers housing, credit advice in west Baltimore," which mentioned the School of Social Work, in the Daily Record. June 1

June 2, 2016
Anti-Defamation League mobilizes on anti-Semitism, racism against journalists

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the Washington Post story "Anti-Defamation League mobilizes on anti-Semitism, racism against journalists." A similar article appeared in Politico. June 1

June 2, 2016
University of Maryland cancer center gets top designation from federal research agency

Kevin Cullen of the School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center was quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "University of Maryland cancer center gets top designation from federal research agency." A similar story ran in aaci-cancer.org. June 2016

June 2, 2016
Who wants to be an attorney? You do….

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Who wants to be an attorney? You do…." in Newsweek. June 1

June 2, 2016
Md. proton center to be regional treatment hub, officials say

William Regine of the School of Medicine and the Maryland Proton Treatment Center was featured in the Daily Record story "Md. proton center to be regional treatment hub, officials say." A similar story ran on WMAR-TV. June 1

June 2, 2016
University of Maryland program encourages medical students to consider primary care

Siobhan Kibbey and Richard Colgan of the School of Medicine were featured in the Baltimore Sun story "University of Maryland program encourages medical students to consider primary care." June 1

June 2, 2016
Larry Hogan picks key staffer for Maryland’s highest court

The School of Law was mentioned in the article "Larry Hogan picks key staffer for Maryland’s highest court" in The Washington Post, and in similar articles on WGMD-FM, the Greenfield Daily Reporter, Federal News Radio, the Daily Record, the Carroll County Times, and The Baltimore Sun. June 1 The articles were excerpted on Maryland Reporter and Center Maryland. June 2

June 2, 2016
ADL task force to study anti-Semitism directed at journalists

Danielle Citron of the School of Law was mentioned in the article "ADL task force to study anti-Semitism directed at journalists" on Politico.com, the San Diego Jewish World, ADL.org,and MyInforms.com and in a similar article on deadline.com. June 1

June 2, 2016
Ertman on "Banking on the Body" by Swanson

Martha Ertman of the School of Law wrote the article "Ertman on "Banking on the Body" by Swanson" on Legal Theory Blog. June 1

June 2, 2016
Musicians band together, ask YouTube to alter law

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Musicians band together, ask YouTube to alter law" in the Deccan Herald. June 2

June 1, 2016
Abegesah’s hard work leads to pharmacy program

The School of Pharmacy was mentioned in the story "Abegesah’s hard work leads to pharmacy program" on news.cornellcollege.edu. May 31

June 1, 2016
Legal Aid With a Digital Twist

The School of Law was mentioned in the story "Legal Aid With a Digital Twist" in the New York Times. June 1

June 1, 2016
Doctors Say Period Pain Same As Heart Attack, Pain in Females Disregarded?

Anita Tarzian of the School of Nursing was quoted in the story "Doctors Say Period Pain Same As Heart Attack, Pain in Females Disregarded?" in NatureWorldNews.com. June 1

June 1, 2016
Video Interviews: Dr. Clemencia Vargas

Clemencia Vargas of the School of Dentistry was interviewed in the ColorinColorado program, "Video Interviews: Dr. Clemencia Vargas," on WETA.org. May 23

June 1, 2016
Leading edge of a health care revolution

Chuck Callahan of the School of Medicine was quoted in the story "Leading edge of a health care revolution" on WYPR. May 31

June 1, 2016
Federal appeals court says Fourth Amendment doesn't protect phone location data

David Gray of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Federal appeals court says Fourth Amendment doesn't protect phone location data" on The Daily Dot. May 31

June 1, 2016
Meet the First Black Valedictorian at the World's First School of Dentistry

The School of Dentistry was mentioned in the article "Meet the First Black Valedictorian at the World's First School of Dentistry" on NewsOne, and WLVH-FM. May 31

June 1, 2016
Austrian researchers discover potential breakthrough in genetic breast cancer treatment

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Austrian researchers discover potential breakthrough in genetic breast cancer treatment" on ChinaDaily.com and Xinhuanet.com. May 31

June 1, 2016
Music World Bands Together Against YouTube, Seeking Change to Law

James Grimmelmann of the School of Law was quoted in the article "Music World Bands Together Against YouTube, Seeking Change to Law" in The New York Times and in a similar article on Gizmodo India. May 31

June 1, 2016
Prevention of genetic breast cancer within reach

The School of Medicine was mentioned in the article "Prevention of genetic breast cancer within reach" on ScienceDaily.com, topix.com, and esciencenews.com. May 31

June 1, 2016
University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center earns NCI’s highest designation

UMB President Jay A. Perman, and Kevin Cullen and E. Albert Reece of the School of Medicine were quoted in the article "University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center earns NCI’s highest designation" on sciencemag.com and in similar stories on WBAL-TV, CBS Baltimore, Neoblack.com, Freshnews.com, CNBC, the Daily Record and The Cancer Letter. May 31

News, Hot Topics, & Press Releases

June 29, 2016  |  UM School of Nursing Dean Advocates for advanced practice registered nurses in a Washington, D.C. appearance for a coalition of nursing and veterans groups.

June 23, 2016  |  Renaissance Academy’s graduation rate rises as one of its own is propelled forward through the generosity of strangers.

hot topic

June 22, 2016  |  University of Maryland School of Social Work Associate Professor Sharpe studies coping with violence.

June 14, 2016  |  P-TECH program provides path to college degree and employment for city high school students.

June 14, 2016  |  A vaccine invented and developed at the University of Maryland School of Medicine becomes the only approved vaccine in the United States for protection against cholera.

June 13, 2016  |  President Perman extends condolences over the tragic loss in Orlando.

June 6, 2016  |  The $200 million, 110,000 square foot facility offers precision treatment for many cancers.

June 2, 2016  |  Comprehensive Cancer Center Status Recognizes Excellence in Scientific Research