In the News
Casey Overby, Q&A - Dr Casey Lynnette Overby - Cracking Our Genetic Code, HIMSS Insights Vol 2 No 2
NIH News in Health featured Dr. Shuldiner in the article titled "Personalized Medicine Matching Treatments to Your Genes"
November 9, 2013
NIH News release featuring Dr. Afshin Parsa. "NIH: Gene hastens kidney disease progression in African-Americans".
SOM News & Events "Study: Genetic variation increases risk of kidney disease progression in African Americans"
Johns Hopkins News release "Gene puts African Americans at higher risk for kidney failure, study says."
Press release also picked up by ScienceDaily
The Pharmacogenomics Research Network featured Dr. Laura Yerges-Armstrong project "Proposed paradigm for pharmacometobolomic studies" on their website.
September 20, 2013
Frank Edward Allen interviewed Dr. Shuldiner for a book he is writing on Dr. Holmes Morton’s Clinic for Special Children.
September 17, 2013
WBAL reporter Lisa Robinson featured Dr. Shuldiner in a special report on pharmacogenetics "Amish research helps UMd. Docs tailor treatments to patients"
September 16, 2013
Scott Dance of the Baltimore Sun interviewed Dr. Shuldiner for his piece "UM medical school to break ground on much-needed research space"
August 28, 2013
Liz Devitt interviewed Dr. Shuldiner for her Nature Medicine Blog Spot Spoonful of Medicine piece "Discovery of gene variant lends muscle to understanding of statins' side-effects"
July 24, 2013
Personalized Medicine: Collaboration Fosters New Discoveries in the Lab and Treatments for Patients
July 18, 2013
June 13, 2013:
Jean Marbella, of The Baltimore Sun featured Dr. Shuldiner in "Ban on patenting DNA cheers researchers Supreme Court rules against company with monopoly on breast cancer genetic testing"
April 11, 2013
UMB Panelists Present Personalized Medicine to Leadership Maryland Visitors
Dr. Shuldiner Discusses CYP2C19 Testing
Translational Genomics Laboratory is Open for Business. Molecular Profile. Published by the UMMC Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory and Translational Genomics Laboratory.
August 15, 2012
University of Maryland Researchers Identify Gut Bacteria Associated with Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome. [News Release] Picked up by Science Daily