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  • Dr. Robert Gallo Op Ed in USA Today: Boomerang Missile Hit AIDS Victims, Too

    HIV is spreading in Russia and the Ukraine. Rebels only hurt themselves and their nations by shooting down those trying to help alleviate and ultimately end the epidemic ravaging the two nations.


  • UM School of Medicine’s Institute for Genome Sciences Awarded $15 .2 M NIAID Grant on Infectious Disease Research

    The Institute for Genome Sciences (IGS) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) has received a grant award of $15.2 million over five years from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to create a research center to apply genomic techniques to the study of pathogens and their hosts, and to expand understanding of the ways that pathogens can cause harm.


  • University of Maryland Scientists Identify New Microbes Linked to Severe Diarrhea

    In a finding that may one day help control a major cause of death among children in developing countries, a team of researchers led by faculty from the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland School of Medicine has identified microorganisms that may trigger diarrheal disease and others that may protect against it. These microbes were not widely linked to the condition previously.


  • City Uprising Block Party and Health Fair to Mark National HIV Testing Day

    On Saturday, June 28 the JACQUES Initiative, a program of the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, in partnership with the Gallery Church of Baltimore and HopeSprings is launching Baltimore’s 6th Annual City Uprising Block Party and Health Fair to commemorate this year’s National HIV Testing Day – June 27.


  • National Institutes of Health Awards $10.7 Million to University of Maryland School of Medicine’s 'Maryland Psychiatric Research Center'

    The University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (MPRC), a research center in the School’s Department of Psychiatry, was awarded a $10.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish a Silvio O. Conte Neuroscience Research Center that will examine the causes of schizophrenia and search for possible new treatments.


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