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From Left to Right: Natalie D. Eddingtion, PhD, FCP, FAAPS; C. Daniel Mullins, PhD; and Jay A. Perman, MD

SOP’s Mullins Honored with University Diversity Award

February 8, 2017

Award recognizes the efforts of Dr. Daniel Mullins and the PATIENTS program to support diversity and inclusiveness in clinical studies.

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From Left to Right: Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD, FAPhA; and Ebere Onukwugha, MS, PhD

SOP Receives Grant Funding from Cardinal Health Foundation, Joins Learning Collaborative

January 25, 2017

E3 Grant from Cardinal Health Foundation will emphasize patient activation during transitions of care.

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Fadia T. Shaya, MPH, PhD

SOP's Shaya Awarded $1.5 Million Behavioral Health Administration Contract

October 26, 2016

Contract will support new educational programs and trainings designed to curtail prescription drug abuse among young adults across the state of Maryland.

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PATIENTS Day Celebrates University’s Efforts to Engage Patients in Research

PATIENTS Day Celebrates University's Efforts to Engage Patients in Research

June 3, 2016

Day-long learning session and health fair educated members of the local community about ongoing projects in the field of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR).

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School of Pharmacy Establishes New ATRIUM Cardiology Collaborative

School of Pharmacy Establishes New ATRIUM Cardiology Collaborative

February 29, 2016

New program focuses on the pharmaceutical care of patients with cardiovascular diseases.

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C. Daniel Mullins, PhD

SOP’s Leading Patient-Centered Outcomes Researcher Awarded $1.2 Million Contract

December 10, 2015

Contract from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will support a project to inform best practices for giving patients a voice in research.

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School of Pharmacy Sees Unparalleled Growth in Research Funding

School of Pharmacy Sees Unparalleled Growth in Research Funding

December 7, 2015

New grants and contracts from a multitude of non-profit and government organizations, as well as the private sector, help the School of Pharmacy achieve the highest funding increase among all professional and graduate schools at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

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