a University of Maryland scientist whose research paved the way for a new class of drugs widely used to treat breast cancer patients around the world, has been selected by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) as a fellow of the newly created AACR Academy.
What does UMD stand for?
UMD stands for University of Maryland
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We have 62 other meanings of UMD in our Acronym Attic
- Under Monitor Display
- Unified Model of Dependability
- Union des Mouvements pour la Démocratie (French: Movement for Democracy Union; political party; France)
- Unit Management Division
- Unit Manning Document
- Unit Manpower Document
- Unit Movement Data
- Universal Media Disc (Sony Playstation Portable)
- Universal Media Disk
- Universal Media Drive
- University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (North Dartmouth, Massachusetts)
- University of Minnesota - Duluth
- Unmatched Disbursements
- Upper Main Display
- Use Magical Device (gaming, Dungeons and Dragons)
- User Manager for Domains
- Ultra Direct Memory Access (memory cards)
- Umatilla Depot Activity
- Uncorrected Minimum Descent Altitude
- Une Maison Dans l'Ain
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17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Maryland released details today on the recovery of Richard Lee Norris, the 37-year-old man who received the most extensive full face transplant completed to date seven months ago.
Norris first came to the University of Maryland Medical Center in 2005 to discuss reconstructive options with Dr Eduardo D.
SPUNT, assistant professor and director of the Clinical Simulation Laboratories at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, died on March 9.
The institutional review boards of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, The George Washington University Medical Center, and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene approved this study.
At press time, research leader Michael A'Hearn of the University of Maryland said that his team might have identified the crater gouged by the explosion.
Research by a team of University of Maryland scientists suggests these notable losses may just be the beginning.
Though the University of Maryland School of Law was just blocks from his parents' home in West Baltimore, he decided it would be a waste of time and upsetting to even bother to apply.