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About Faculty Profiles

Faculty Profile Example

Online Form: Submit or Update your Profile Information Now (This form requires SOM Email Account Credentials)

Online profiles provide key information about School of Medicine faculty to internal and external collaborators and the public.

Example Profiles:

Profiles are produced by the Web communications staff in the Office of Public Affairs, with information provided by the faculty member.

The faculty profile database stores a wide range of information about School of Medicine faculty, including:  

  • Academic Titles, Administrative Appointments
  • Contact Information
  • Bio/Personal History
  • Research Interests
  • Clinical Specialties
  • Publications
  • CV
  • Faculty Portrait
  • Lab Links
  • Links of Interest

To create or update a profile, faculty members should complete the profile information form. This is currently the only means by which you can create your profile.

Updates of previously created profiles may be sent directly to:

Ted Glazer 

Faculty members may be contacted to verify information. Please Note: At this time, we are UNABLE to make any edits to the faculty profiles that appear for post docs. Any updates sent for those will not be processed. We are sorry for the inconvenience.  

Official Faculty Portraits

Official faculty portraits can be taken free of charge at your convenience by School of Medicine photographers. The studio is located on the first floor of the Bressler Building (655 W. Baltimore Street, Room 1-009). You may stop by the studio anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays. No appointment is necessary, although you may wish to call ahead to make an appointment (410-706-7808). It should take about 5 minutes.

For male portraits, please be sure to wear a suit and tie, or white coat and tie, as requested by Dean Reece. For female portraits, please wear professional attire for women or a white coat, as also requested by Dean Reece. 

Questions may be directed to:

Larry Roberts
Director, Public Affairs & Digital Communications
University of Maryland School of Medicine BRB 14-006
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
(410) 706-4939