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.
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, BioRemediesMD Looking At Potential CBD COVID-19 TreatmentWhile many companies are racing to find a coronavirus vaccine, a team at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is looking at a different way of treating the virus. 
Stem Cell Therapy Designed To Treat Severely Ill Coronavirus Patients Being Tested In MarylandA stem cell therapy trial for the most critically ill coronavirus patients is underway in Maryland.
'Game-Changer': UMD Scientists Create More Accurate, Faster COVID-19 TestScientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine have created a first-of-its-kind coronavirus test that uses colors to detect the virus with far greater accuracy than current tests.
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine Begins Coronavirus Vaccine TrialThe research will study the safety, efficacy, and dosing of an experimental mRNA -based vaccine.
Maryland Medical Students To Get Residency AssignmentsMedical students at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins find out Friday where they will spend their residencies.
River Of Life: Breast Cancer Survivor and Daughter Kayak 300 Miles For Cancer ResearchA breast cancer survivor originally from Harford County launched a special tribute journey with her daughter earlier this month to help raise funds for breast cancer research.
U-Md. Ebola Vaccine Study ProgressesThe University of Maryland School of Medicine says it has administered an experimental Ebola vaccine to 20 volunteers in Baltimore.