Public health school officials established the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics and the Department of Epidemiology.
Milken researchers found that more than 100,000 people could lose their Medicaid coverage as a result of new eligibility requirements.
Sociology professor Xolela Mangcu will be the first African author to write a biography about former South African president Nelson Mandela.
Students can enroll in the first ever program that delves into correctional health administration starting this fall.
Patricia Carocci, the assistant dean for development and alumni relations at UMD’s business school, will step into the role on July 22.
Nursing school officials will offer a new doctor of nursing practice program focused on health policy this fall.
Historian and former faculty member Lonnie Bunch will become the first African American secretary of the Smithsonian Institute next month.
Officials named an inaugural chief wellness officer for GW Hospital who will oversee the hospital’s new wellness center.
Barbara Lee Bass, the chair of the department of surgery at Houston Methodist Hospital, urged graduates to prioritize their mental health while caring for other people.
The telescope – on indefinite loan from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center – measures concentrations of greenhouse gases.