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Research Team Taps AI for Better Cardio Care

Technique Could Allow Doctors, Patients to Match ‘Gold Standard’ Monitoring at Home

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$3.6M NSF Grant Supports Researchers’ Work to Create ‘Third Lung’

Treatment Spurred by COVID-19 Pandemic Has Much Broader Applications for Respiratory Failure Patients

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Sending Help Home as Pandemic Rages

Alum-Founded Nonprofit Helps India Fight a Fierce Second COVID Wave

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‘Alexa, What Time Should I Take My Meds?’

UMD Research Shows How Telehealth Can Encourage Patients’ Self-care

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How COVID-19 Is Changing Health Care

Two Digital Trends Likely to Linger, Researcher Predicts

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Rural Alzheimer’s Patients Lack Adequate Care, Overuse Emergency Departments, Study Finds

Expansion of Health Care Coordination Could Reduce Costly, Preventable Visits

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A Tech Rx for COVID Recovery at Home

Clark Scholar’s New Technology Takes on Hospital Overcrowding

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History-Making Organ Flight Honored With Award to UAS Test Site

Breakthrough Could Lead to Safer, Faster, More Reliable Deliveries for Transplants Nationwide

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Keeping Connected Through COVID-19

Alum Leads Local Effort to Donate Smartphones, Laptops, Tablets to Facilities Treating Virus Patients

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‘Faster, Safer, Cheaper’

A woman’s lifesaving new kidney arrived by drone, and the nation’s transplant system may never be the same.

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UMD Joins Race to Produce Universal Flu Vaccine

NIH Awards Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine $3.1M to Solve Problem of Vaccine Failures

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Maryland SAFE Center Joins School of Public Health

In New Home, Center to Boost Efforts to Prevent Human Trafficking, and Identify, Treat and Support Victims

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