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Blood-derived topical therapy for ocular surface diseases

, Bennie H Jeng Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences , University of Maryland School of Medicine , Baltimore, Maryland , USA Correspondence to Professor Bennie H Jeng, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of ... British Journal of Ophthalmology, 2 weeks ago

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University of Maryland Medical Center CEO to retire: 4 things to know

Jeffrey A. Rivest, president and CEO of Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical Center, will retire at the end of August 2015 after 11 years at the helm. Here are four things to know about Mr. Rivest and his departure. 1. Mr. Rivest has ...
 BeckerÂ’s Hospital Review4 days ago THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL RANKED AMONG THE TOP U.S. HOSPITALS BY U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT  Noodls2 weeks ago University of Maryland Children's Hospital Unveils new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit  Health Canal2 weeks ago

First-ever possible treatments for MERS

Now, University of Maryland School of Medicine scientists and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., have discovered and validated two therapeutics that show early promise in preventing and treating the disease, which can cause severe respiratory ...
 European Hospital5 days ago Scientist identify first-ever likely treatments for deadly 'MERS'  Business Standard1 month ago

Compounds Treat Depression in Rats Rapidly With Few Side Effects

A new study by researchers at University of Maryland School of Medicine has identified promising compounds that could successfully treat depression in less than 24 hours while minimizing side effects. Although they have not yet been tested in ...
 ALNMag.com2 weeks ago New study identifies potential antidepressant medications with few side effects  News-Medical.Net3 weeks ago Scientists Identify New Compounds That May Treat Depression Rapidly with Few Side Effects  ScienceNewsline3 weeks ago New compound may treat depression rapidly with few side effects  Digital Journal2 weeks ago
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Tricking Molecule 2R9 Stops Signals of Inflammation, Reduces Risk of Flu Death

University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers for the first time uncovered new details about a decoy molecule that can help sharply reduce the risk of flu death. The flu virus can be lethal, but what is often just as dangerous is the body's own ...
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Coping With Bad News

Nancy Hutton, an associate professor at the medical school of Johns Hopkins University, has one of the hardest jobs in medicine: She specializes in pediatric hospice and palliative care. She sees the sickest children—the ones with severe ...
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Univ. of Md. School of Pharmacy and NORD Receive PCORI Award to Create Patient-Centered Training Programs

Faculty at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy have received a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington Engagement Award to support the development of a training program on patient-centered outcomes research ...
 Citybizlist2 weeks ago NORD, University of Maryland on PCORI award to advance rare disease research  PharmaBiz2 weeks ago National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) and University of Maryland Partner on PCORI Award to Advance Rare Disease Research  Securities Technology Monitor2 weeks ago

Report: Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine say their review of 128 medical case histories suggests that financial penalties imposed on Maryland hospitals based solely on the total number of patients who suffer blood clots in the ...
 P&T Community4 days ago Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed, Study Shows - 7/29/15  Johns Hopkins Medicine15 hours ago Johns Hopkins - Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed, Study Shows  Pharmacy Choice5 days ago Hospital May Be Unfairly Penalized for Unpreventable Venous Thromboembolism  American Journal of Managed Care19 hours ago
[x] Names University of Maryland Faculty Physicians Inc. as One of...

The award is a source of great pride to FPI, and shows our dedication to creating the best possible program for emerging leaders. (PRWEB) August 04, 2015 The annual prestigious Leadership Awards salute the world's top leadership ...
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Navy Medicine Announces New Medical Career Opportunity for Enlisted Sailors

By Mariah Felipe, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs FALLS CHURCH, Va. (NNS) -- The Navy is offering a unique opportunity to all enlisted Sailors interested in a medical career with Navy Medicine. Enlisted Sailors have ...
 Navy News Stand6 days ago The US military's medical college knew of a former doctor's extremely 'bizarre' teaching methods for decades  Business Insider Australia1 week ago A military doctor's macabre methods  Reuters1 week ago EXCLUSIVE-Military school knew of doctor's macabre ways for decades  AlertNet1 week ago
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