College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

public health

Animal and Avian Sciences Professor Receives $1.39 Million in New Funding to Improve Animal and Human Health

copper ore
Most people think of copper as a metal used to make pipes or wires. But copper is also an essential nutrient needed in every part of your body and for normal organ functioning, growth, and development in both animals and humans. When copper levels are too low or too high, it can cause several...

Nutrition and Food Science Professor Seeks to Improve Human Health with $2.1 Million in Prestigious New Grant Funding

Dr. Rahaman conducting research
Inflammation is a common issue connecting virtually all diseases, from cancer to cardiovascular diseases to fibrosis, or the hardening of soft tissues in your body. This is something that universally affects so many people, making the impact of truly innovative and novel research in this area...

Combating Lyme Disease in Maryland

mouse with tracking collar
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources is committed to improving human health and well-being locally, nationally, and internationally. With Lyme disease becoming an increasingly concerning problem around the state of Maryland, the Department of Environmental Science and Technology is...

Public Health Research@Maryland Day

Thursday, April 9, 2015
Adele H. Stamp Student Union
Faculty and students from the University of Maryland, College Park, the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and other academic institutions as well as community, state and federal partners are invited as active participants to explore and learn through poster sessions and panel discussions about...
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