Department of Epidemiology and Public Health #roadto200

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The Department of Epidemiology and Public Heath (EPH) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is proud to be celebrating it's 190th anniversary this year. We are grateful to all who of our alumni who have been a part of our history and achievements. In honor of the 190th anniversary of the department, we have set a goal to raise $200,000 on our #roadto200 celebration. We hope you will consider making a gift of $20, $200, $2,000, $20,000 or any amount that is comfortable for you.  

On our #RoadTo200 we have chosen to three funds in need of support – the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health general fund, the Preventive Medicine Scholarship and Professional Development Endowment, and the Epidemiology and Public Health Endowment. Please consider a gift to one of these funds and help us reach our goal of $200,000! Your gift enables us to provide scholarships, professional development opportunities, and more for our faculty, students, and residents. Your gift is deeply appreciated.

Thank you for your support and for being part of our historic achievements in research and education. We are on the road to 200!

UMSOM Department of Epidemiology and Public Health - A History 1833-2023

The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (EPH) is pleased to share an updated history of the department from 1833-2023. You can read about the 190-year history of the Department here.

As this history illustrates, the Department of EPH has played a pivotal role in addressing many of our generational challenges in medicine. From the early studies of yellow fever and malaria to today's cutting-edge research and scientific discoveries, the Department of EPH has been at the forefront of public health discovery. This department's impact has profoundly improved the health and well-being of Maryland's citizens for nearly two centuries.

261 days ago by Melissa Poland

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