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2004 News Releases maryland Medical Center and the University of maryland school of Medicine. we are a large academic medical center and a you are a member of the media and would http://www.umm.edu/news/
Extractions: Here is a listing of news releases from the University of Maryland Medical Center and the University of Maryland School of Medicine . Together, we are a large academic medical center and a leader in research, patient care, medical education and residency training. If you are a member of the media and would like to set up an interview with one of our experts or receive more information, please contact the person listed on the news release or call 410-328-8919. You may also click here for our media professionals information page If you are not a member of the news media and you would like more information or a physician appointment, please call 1-800-492-5538. 2004 News Releases June Ashworth Promoted to Network Development Role at University of Maryland Medical System May Hepatitis C Treatment Evokes Highest-Ever Response in African-American Patients Study Shows School-Based Nasal Influenza Vaccinations Significantly Reduce Flu-Related Costs in Families University of Maryland School of Medicine Recruits Powerhouse Research Team to Study Vascular and Inflammatory Diseases University of Maryland School of Medicine Researchers Find Clues to Male Sexual Behavior in the Developing Brain University of Maryland Researchers Study Cell Transplantation to Repair Damaged Heart Muscle Shock Trauma Center Celebrates "A Night for Heroes"; May 22nd Gala Honors Maryland's Emergency Care Providers
Extractions: Originally Released: October 28, 1996 Looking for a physician specialist? Want to apply to medical school? Need a job in health care? All this informationand moreis now available at www.umm.edu , the new web site for the University of Maryland Medical Center and the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Highlights of the web site include a searchable database of more than 1,000 Medical Center physicians and their specialties; information on the Medical Center's specialty services such as cancer, cardiology, neurocare and transplantation; recent news releases and publications; information on the educational and research programs at the School of Medicine; and a database of job opportunities at the Medical Center. "Our web site is a comprehensive guide to our facilities and programs that will be of use to a variety of audiences, including patients, community physicians, the media, and others seeking medical information," says Morton I. Rapoport, M.D., president and chief executive officer of the University of Maryland Medical System. "It is part of our ongoing effort to provide excellent service to our many customers."
Extractions: Dale Peskin is co-director of The Media Center at API. He was the executive director of NDN, which merged with The Media Center in September 2003. Prior to joining NDN, he was a vice president of Belo, the Dallas-based media company, where he launched the company's initiatives in new media and media convergence. At Belo, Dale served as editor of Dallasnews.com and as an assistant managing editor of The Dallas Morning News. He was a founding officer of Belo Interactive, Belo's network of news Web sites.
Libweb - Libraries On The Web Vision Resource Center Library Grand Forks, ND, North Dakota, USA; Walter Johnson High school media Center Bethesda, MD, maryland, USA; http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Libweb/usa-special.html
Extractions: Libraries on the Web USA Special Current update: 06/08/04 If this list is too long, try a keyword search Affton High School St. Louis, MO, Missouri, USA AIP Center for History of Physics College Park, MD, Maryland, USA Air Force Research Laboratory Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, Ohio, USA Aitkin High School Aitkin, MN, Minnesota, USA Alaska Resources Library and Information Service Anchorage, AK, Alaska, USA American Antiquarian Society Worcester, MA, Massachusetts, USA American Baptist Historical Society Rochester, NY, New York, USA American Kennel Club Library New York, NY, New York, USA American Museum of Natural History New York, NY, New York, USA American Philosophical Society Philadelphia, PA, Pennsylvania, USA Anchorage School District Anchorage, AK, Alaska, USA Arcadia Valley Middle/High School Ironton, MO, Missouri, USA Archives of African American Music and Culture Bloomington, IN, Indiana, USA Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, IL, Illinois, USA Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, Illinois, USA Audio Visual Institute of DuPage Lombard, IL, Illinois, USA
Consumer WebWatch: Media Center the Health Information Institute, Bethesda, maryland, and Consumer the medical and popular media, was commissioned from the Annenberg school for Communication http://www.consumerwebwatch.org/mediacenter/
Extractions: September 30, 2003, YONKERS, N.Y. Consumers need better help to navigate the rapidly growing amount of health care information available on the World Wide Web, even though at least two dozen sets of guidelines and criteria for improving health Web site quality have been published. At the same time, newspapers, trade journals and other media should do more to call attention to those attributes that make a health Web site relevant and useful, according to two studies published today by Consumer WebWatch. The first study, which evaluated existing criteria sets for health sites put forth by medical institutions, professional groups, government organizations and others, is a joint project of the Health Information Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, and Consumer WebWatch, and was authored by Peter Goldschmidt, M.D., PhD., and the institute's founder and president. The second study, analyzing discussions of health Web sites in the medical and popular media, was commissioned by Consumer WebWatch from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. It was directed and edited by
Maryland State Department Of Education in Education would like to thank the local school systems that UNDER CONSTRUCTION) MSDE media Server Home Page. maryland Adult Literacy Resource Center http://www.kbojibwacc.com/21/maryland-state-department-of-education.html
Extractions: Introduction to the MSDE Agency Website, with links to recent news releases and videos. ... Please visit again soon, and thank you for your interest in Maryland education Maryland State Department of Education Launches New Version of www.marylandpublicschools.org ... Maryland State Department of Education STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION . Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D., State Superintendent of Schools ( 410) 767-0462. Ronald A. Peiffer, Ed.D., Deputy State Superintendent for Academic Policy ( 410) 767-0473. A. Skipp Sanders, Ed.D., ... Representing State Department of Education : Elaine Crawford; Linda Kaniecki; Karen Ross. MARYLAND'S PARENT ADVISORY ... Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services - Index
Extractions: Glendening Wins WHCLIST State Elected Official Award eCrab May 1999 Governor Parris Glendening received the White House Conference of Library and Information Services Taskforce State Elected Official Award, which was presented at the WHCLIST Awards Banquet May 1st, in Washington, D. C. Betty Long, WHCLIST member from Roswell, New Mexico and Chair of the Awards Committee, presented the award. Governor Glendening's nomination included letters of support from no fewer than 14 of Maryland's public library systems, from public library trustees, the Maryland Department of Education, Citizens for Maryland Libraries and the school media association. Ms. Mary Lou Dewey, member of the Maryland Library Advisory Board and honorary trustee of CCPL, encouraged the library community to write in support of Governor Glendening's nomination. There are many examples of Glendening's outstanding service to librariesAn early one was the "Ready to Learn" project with Maryland Public Television. Books and materials to promote reading were donated to Maryland public libraries and the Governor himself was featured in the promotional ads. During the beginning of his first term, Governor Glendening and First Lady Frances Anne Glendening were advocates for the Maryland Center for the Book. In September, 1998, he announced "Reading Across Maryland," a project to train reading tutors.
Extractions: Competitive Swimming Pools These are directions to the various competitive facilities used for PVS swim meets. Please mail corrections and suggested improvements to the PVS Webmaster Allentown Road Fitness Center American University Bowie State University - James Center Capitol East Natatorium ... Washington-Lee High School Arlington County Courthouse Army-Navy Country Club Ashburn Village Sports Pavillion Burke Swim and Racquet Club ... Yorktown High School 7214 Allentown Road Directions: From Capital Beltway, exit River Road (Rte 190) South - towards town. Proceed approximately five miles to Western Ave. Turn right on Western Ave. and proceed to circle. Round circle to Mass. Ave. South. Proceed on Mass. Ave. for about one-half (.5) mile. University entrance is on your right. Proceed through dorm area, the pool is the building on the right just as you approach the underpass. There is limited parking on the right beyond the underpass.
Extractions: Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary School 2003-2004 Dr. Brown's School Administration Principal Mrs. Linda Jones E-mail Mrs. Jones Vice Principal Mrs. Cynthia Panizzi-Williams E-mail Mrs. Panizzi-Williams Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Pamela Chapman E-mail Mrs. Chapman School Secretary Mrs. Carolyn Meadows E-mail Mrs. Meadows School Nurse Mrs. Stacy Thompson, R.N. E-mail Nurse Thompson Guidance Counselor Mrs. Judith Chandler E-mail Mrs. Chandler School Psychologist Ms. Mary Ross-Gray E-mail Ms. Ross-Gray School Based Clinician Mrs. Brenda Dixon E-mail Mrs. Dixon Pupil Personnel Worker Mr. Richard Conn E-mail Mr. Conn Dr. Brown's Classroom Teachers Pre-Kindergarten Miss Tiffany Jones E-mail Miss Jones Mrs. Mary Beth Ritchie E-mail Mrs. Ritchie Kindergarten Mrs. Angela Betancourt E-mail Mrs. Betancourt Mrs. Melanie Butler E-mail Mrs. Butler First Grade Miss Kristin Dossinger E-mail Miss Dossinger Mrs. Virginia Fuese E-mail Mrs. Fuese Miss Son Mi Lim E-mail Miss Lim Mr. Joseph McMahan E-mail Mr. McMahan Second Grade Mrs. Susan Harris E-mail Mrs. Harris Mrs. Rebecca Irwin E-mail Mrs. Irwin
Extractions: September 5, 2003 School of Public Health Part of Regional Biodefense Center The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is one of 16 biomedical research institutions that will form the new Middle Atlantic Regional Center of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (RCE), established by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). On Thursday, the University of Maryland School of Medicine announced it was awarded a five-year $42 million grant from NIAID to lead the Middle Atlantic RCE, which will work to develop new and improved vaccines, diagnostic tools and treatments for potential biological agents and infectious diseases. Some of the proposed projects include developing new vaccines against the anthrax bacillus and the smallpox, Ebola and West Nile viruses. Myron M. Levine, MD, DTPH, director of the Center for Vaccine Development at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, is principal investigator for the Middle Atlantic RCE. More than 60 scientists will be participating as investigators and co-investigators of research projects.
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Polling Places - Maryland State Board Of Elections Fort Washington Forest Elementary school media Center 1300 Fillmore Road Fort Washington, maryland 20744 show map. Not accessible. http://www.elections.state.md.us/registered_voters/polling_places/prince_george_
Extractions: Maryland State Board of Elections Linda H. Lamone, Administrator Contact Home Registered Voters Polling Places Below are listed all polling places in Prince George`s County for cities beginning with F. This list is sorted alphabetically by city name and by zip code. To find your polling location, look at the 'Election district and precinct' numbers (next to the zip code). Your polling location is the one which numbers match those on your Voter Registration card. For each location, the numbers below the address show that location's congressional district [C], legislative district [L], judicial circuit [C], and appellate circuit [A]. City Zip Election district and precinct Fairmont Heights Fairmont Heights Public Library
Polling Places - Maryland State Board Of Elections Laurel, 20723, 006 025. Hammond Elementary school media Center 8110 Aladdin Drive Laurel, maryland 20723 show map. C.07 - L.13 - J.05 - A.03. http://www.elections.state.md.us/registered_voters/polling_places/howard_l.html
Extractions: Maryland State Board of Elections Linda H. Lamone, Administrator Contact Home Registered Voters Polling Places Below are listed all polling places in Howard County for cities beginning with L. This list is sorted alphabetically by city name and by zip code. To find your polling location, look at the 'Election district and precinct' numbers (next to the zip code). Your polling location is the one which numbers match those on your Voter Registration card. For each location, the numbers below the address show that location's congressional district [C], legislative district [L], judicial circuit [C], and appellate circuit [A]. City Zip Election district and precinct Laurel Gorman Crossing Elementary School Gym
Extractions: Students and parents filled Centennial High School's media center in Ellicot City, Md., on a recent Thursday for the forum "Teenage Dating and Sexuality." Sponsored by HC DrugFree a coalition of parents, schools and county agencies the discussion delivered a warning: Howard County kids are having unprotected sex and are getting pregnant and many are contracting STDs, said Kathy Siltanen, charge nurse at the Howard County Health Department's Teen Clinics. Siltanen told attendees that a cross-section of Howard County kids from every high school and socioeconomic group are seen at her clinic. "Everybody has this attitude of 'not my kid, not my county,'" said Laura Smit, coordinator for HC DrugFree and the Coalition for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention. "I think that kids also feel powerless going against the mainstream media, which is sexualizing everything. And that's where the silence of the parents [comes in] if you don't say anything, then you're letting the media teach your kids," said Smit. Parents seeking advice on what they should say to their children were told to be clear about values, talk early and often with children, and be an active presence in their lives. Do not be afraid to say what you feel, said Anne Anderson Sawyer, instructor in Human Sexuality and Women's Health at Howard Community College and a CAPP volunteer. Scariest to some parents was the idea that some kids divorce the act of sex from love and relationship. "Oral sex is so big [now]. They don't consider it sex, they really don't," Smit said.
AACC - Page Not Found County College of Southern maryland LaPlata Contact 310386-1619 High school Sites include Friendly, Largo, Potomac Surrattsville, Bonnie John media Center. http://www.aacc.cc.md.us/midln/business.html
AACC - Page Not Found maryland Interactive Distance Learning Network maryland K12 schools In The MIDLN Network. Surrattsville High school, Clinton. Bonnie John media Center, Landover. http://www.aacc.cc.md.us/midln/K-12sites.htm
Division Of Transplant Surgery director of public affairs and media relations, University of maryland Medical Center and director of media relations, University of maryland school of Medicine http://www.mddailyrecord.com/health_heroes/03dts.html
Extractions: University of Maryland Medical Center Advancements In Health Care Honoree More than 2,100 lives have been saved in the last decade. The waiting time for African Americans in need of a kidney transplant was halved from a national average of 1,335 days to 681 days. The cost of transplanting a kidney has been reduced so dramatically that it is now less expensive for even the sickest patients to have a transplant than to stay on dialysis for more than two-and-a-half years. Dr. Stephen T. Bartlett The University of Maryland Medical Center has an outstanding record for advancing health care that spans from the Baltimore community across the world. It performed Marylands first simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant in 1991, the states first successful pancreas-alone transplant in 1993 and the states first single lung transplant in 1992. Imagine donating a kidney to a loved one and returning to work two weeks later. That is now possible with the transplant divisions improvements on a minimally invasive technique that uses a smaller incision and the development of the first comprehensive program to offer this procedure to relatives and friends of those who need a transplant. Since 1996, the University of Maryland Medical Center has made easier kidney transplants possible for nearly 800 people believed to be the most performed by a medical institution anywhere in the world.