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Tuesday, April 13 - Thursday, April 15, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Since 2013, the University of Maryland School of Public Health in College Park, in collaboration with the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, has held an annual showcase of public health research collaborations and innovations in Maryland, known as "Public Health Research at Maryland." In 2020, the eighth annual event was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and the challenges of moving a large, typically in-person event online with short notice. 

Mark your calendar to join us for our 2021 event!  With the theme Learning from 2020 to Advance Public Health, this year's research showcase will be held online over three days (April 13-15). 

Explore session details and register now:

Highlights include: 


Science and Policy to Support Healthy People 2030:
The Imperative to Rebuild and Reimagine Our Public Health Infrastructure

David Michaels, PhD, MPH
Epidemiologist and professor, George Washington University School of Public Health
Author of The Triumph of Doubt:Dark Money and the Science of Deception

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Michaels has focused on improving the protection of workers exposed to SARS-CoV-2. He has written and consulted extensively on the topic and is a member of the Biden-Harris Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board. He served on the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine’s expert panel that developed a Framework for Equitable Allocation of Vaccine for the Novel Coronavirus, and is a founding member of the Lancet COVID-19 Commission’s Task Force on Safe Work, Safe School, and Safe Travel.

Sessions will include:

  • Shaping Public Health Research in the Era of COVID-19, Structural Racism, Economic Challenges, and Climate Change

  • Health Misinformation: Causes and Consequences for Public Health Research and Action

  • Physical Activity Interventions: From Vision to Implementation

  • Addressing Wicked Problems Beyond and Before COVID: Diabetes, Opioids, Infant Mortality and More


Event Type: 
UMD Events