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Pharmacy Students Train to Prep COVID-19 Vaccine

March 29, 2021

Student pharmacists train to prep COVID-19 vaccine dose for vaccination clinics.

SOP’s LAN Administrator Philip Johnson Named University’s Employee of the Month

March 22, 2021

He earns recognition for going above and beyond in IT customer service and doing it all with a courteous and positive attitude.

Statement from Dean Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FCP, FAAPS

March 19, 2021

School of Pharmacy dean issues statement about the recent horrific murders of Asian women in Atlanta and increasing violent attacks against Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities across the United States.

Pharmacy Students Train to Prep COVID-19 Vaccine

March 29, 2021

Student pharmacists train to prep COVID-19 vaccine dose for vaccination clinics.

SOP’s LAN Administrator Philip Johnson Named University’s Employee of the Month

March 22, 2021

He earns recognition for going above and beyond in IT customer service and doing it all with a courteous and positive attitude.

Statement from Dean Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FCP, FAAPS

March 19, 2021

School of Pharmacy dean issues statement about the recent horrific murders of Asian women in Atlanta and increasing violent attacks against Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities across the United States.

SOP Faculty Join Maryland’s COVID-19 Vaccine Technical Advisory Group

March 1, 2021

Group established by the Maryland Department of Health reviews COVID-19 vaccine trial data to determine how it should be applied to the state’s vaccine distribution plan.

Maryland Poison Center Celebrates National Poison Prevention Week

February 28, 2021

Observed March 21-27, National Poison Prevention Week helps raise awareness about the dangers of poisonings and promotes steps that everyone can take to prevent them.

School of Pharmacy’s Medeiros Named UMB Employee of the Month

February 9, 2021

Director of research for PATIENTS Program honored for work in patient-centered outcomes research and role as principal investigator for project with Southwest Partnership.

Wutoh: MLK’s Words Still Ring True Amid Dual Pandemics

February 8, 2021

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and most inhumane.”