The Daily Record: Often rivals, 4 Maryland institutions honored for pandemic efforts, collaboration

Bruce Jarrell of UMB and Ronald J. Daniels of Johns Hopkins University
The Regional Visionary Award seeks to celebrate individuals and organizations that have "significantly contributed to the betterment of the Greater Baltimore region."

GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting places emphasis on Racial Equity and Social Justice

Moving Forward with Purpose
"These are challenging times but promise lies ahead. This is an ideal time for you to become involved with the GBC."--GBC President & CEO Don Fry

BBJ: Health experts urge local businesses to help combat misinformation as vaccine rollout continues

Vaccine panelists
Leaders from Johns Hopkins and UMB told a group of Baltimore business leaders Jan. 19 one of the ways they can help things run more smoothly and efficiently is by being understanding about the complexities and pace of vaccinations.

Hopkins and UMB health care professionals discuss vaccine development and distribution

Vaccines Newsmaker Intro
The panelists all stressed the safety of the available vaccines and noted the importance of continuing to communicate with the Black and Latinx communities.

GBC Board Members, Members recognized as Winners of The Daily Record’s 2020 Icon Awards

Several current Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) Board Members, a former Board Member and other GBC members were recognized with the award. 

TEDCO’s Maryland Innovation Initiative accelerates technologies from bench to market

Tedco logo
In the eight years since its launch, MII has disbursed $39M, de-risked 252 unique technologies and created 102 start-ups.

GBC’s Adrea Turner, members recognized as winners of TDR’s 2020 VIP list

Adrea Turner
The Daily Record recognized 40 individuals as the winners of its 2020 VIP List. Of the 40 winners, one was a Greater Baltimore Committee staff member and 11 were GBC members.

University Of Maryland School Of Nursing faculty members awarded more than $5.4 Million in funding from National Institutes Of Health

The NEAT Study seeks to understand the transition from acute to chronic lower-back pain, which will enable researchers to identify biomarkers early in the transition period and to provide new therapeutic targets (e.g., newly identified signaling receptors that could be blocked in the central nervous system) at critical windows of...