Johns Hopkins Receives Grant To Study COVID-19 Safety Measures In SchoolsJohns Hopkins has received a National Institutes of Health grant to study parents' perceptions of COVID-19 safety measures in the classroom.
Your Sleep Can Affect How You Walk, A New Study SaysIf you're sleep deprived -- and who isn't these days? -- you're probably familiar with the impact on your body and psyche. You can now add an unsteady walk to that list.
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, Medical Center Joint Study Says U.S. Not Ready For Next PandemicAs the Covid-19 pandemic wanes in the United States, hospitals nationwide may not be prepared for the next pandemic, according to a new study from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center. The study was published last month in the Journal of Healthcare Management.
Local Doctor Says While COVID Vaccine Could Be In Maryland By Next Week For Health Care Workers, It Likely Won't Happen All At OnceAs a COVID-19 vaccine moves closer to approval, many may be wondering who will get it first, and how it will be distributed.
UMBC President, Wife Participate In Phase 3 Moderna COVID Vaccine TrialThe President of the University of Maryland Baltimore County and his wife volunteered to participate in the Phase 3 trial of the Moderna vaccine candidate. 
People From Underrepresented Groups Needed To Take Part In COVID-19 Trials; Researchers Stress Safety Is Top PriorityPeople from all walks of life have expressed hesitation about a COVID-19 vaccination.
Maryland Woman Among First To Take Pfizer's Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Calls It 'Huge Breakthrough'When Pfizer announced a potentially life-saving breakthrough in the coronavirus vaccine, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine were both stunned and elated.
New Study Finds Taking Aspirin Significantly Lowers Risk Of Complications, Death In COVID-19 PatientsA new landmark study at the University of Maryland School of Medicine found that COVID-19 patients taking a daily, low-dose aspirin to protect against cardiovascular disease significantly lowered the risk of death and complications from COVID-19. 
Maryland Researchers Asking For More People To Take Part In COVID-19 Vaccine TrialsResearchers are hoping for more participants to come forward to take part in coronavirus vaccine trials.
Minority Groups Less Likely To Participate In COVID-19 Vaccine Studies; Researchers Say Trials Are SafeResearchers are urging Marylanders to take part in coronavirus vaccination studies as doctors seek to ensure possible participants they will not cut corners.
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Will Advance To Phase 3The University of Maryland School of Medicine was one of the first in the world to start vaccine trials for COVID-19.