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  • Public health planners: Free resources for emergency health clinics

    As federal, state and local officials scramble to set up emergency medical clinics to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Maryland is offering free software tools and other resources to help model and design these clinics for more efficient and effective processing under high demand.

  • COVID-19 Decision Making Gets a Big Data Boost

    For more information about this story, contact rherschb@umd.edu or call 410-245-8959. What can mobile device big data with tens of billions of data records per day across the nation tell us about mobility behavior during a pandemic?

  • Clark School Engineers Create Solutions for a Crisis

    Clark School engineering faculty and students who faced the shuttering of their campus labs to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are now repurposing them to meet the urgent needs of first responders and medical professionals fighting the virus on the front lines.


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