Author Archives: Daily Record Staff

Bruce Jarrell MD, FACS

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Bruce Jarrell MD, FACS  President University of Maryland, Baltimore  President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, since September 2020 and interim president for eight months before that, Bruce Jarrell was better prepared to deal with a pandemic than most university ...

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Michele Eberle


Michele Eberle  Executive Director Maryland Health Benefit Exchange  When the pandemic hit, Michele Eberle, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, knew her organization had the technological infrastructure to switch seamlessly to 100-percent remote work. However, she had to ...

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Dr. John B. Chessare


Dr. John B. Chessare President and CEO Greater Baltimore Medical Center Dr. John B. Chessare, president and CEO of Greater Baltimore Medical Center HealthCare System, said the pandemic has had a significant impact on his organization. “The pandemic has forced ...

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Nearly 4 Million square feet of industrial space leased in greater Baltimore Area in Q1, Lee & Associates says

Most of the absorption occurring in the first three months of 2021 can be attributed to three large lease transactions completed in the I-95 north corridor. Wayfair leased 1.2 million square feet of space at 1500 Woodley Road in Aberdeen

Nearly 4 million square feet of industrial/warehouse space was leased in the greater Baltimore metropolitan region in first quarter 2021, according to a report released by Lee & Associates | Maryland, a commercial real estate brokerage, management and appraisal services ...

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United Way NCA opens new Financial Empowerment Center at Montgomery County


United Way of the National Capital Area (United Way NCA) Thursday announced the opening of its new United Way NCA Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) at Montgomery County. The announcement was made with United Way’s partners M&T Bank and Coalition for the ...

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PSB Holding Corp. sees uptick in Q1 net income in 2021


PSB Holding Corp., the parent company of Preston-based Provident State Bank Inc., reported net income of $1.21 million ($.79 per diluted common share) for the first quarter ended March 31, compared to $1.44 million ($.94 per diluted common share) for the fourth quarter 2020 and $940,000 ($.61 per diluted common ...

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Evon Medics awarded $2.5M grant to evaluate device for Alzheimer’s treatment


Elkridge-based Evon Medics LLC Thursday was awarded a non-dilutive grant of $2.5 million for its SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Phase II clinical trials for the development and evaluation of its non-invasive Computerized Olfactory Training medical device for home-based treatment of Alzheimer’s ...

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Sirnaomics, Walvax to develop antiviral RNAi therapeutic product candidate


Sirnaomics Biopharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Sirnaomics Inc., a Gaithersburg-based biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of RNAi therapeutics against cancer, fibrotic diseases and viral infections, Thursday announced the company has entered into a partnership agreement with Walvax Biotechnology for ...

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Introducing The Daily Record Power 30 Health Care

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The last year has been an extraordinary challenge for Maryland’s health care professionals. They have had to address the most urgent health care crisis in a century, a remorseless coronavirus pandemic that has swept across the nation and the world. ...

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Walker & Dunlop jumps to 4th largest commercial real estate lender in US


Walker & Dunlop Inc. is now the fourth largest lender to the U.S. commercial real estate industry based on the 2020 Mortgage Bankers Association loan origination rankings. The Bethesda-based company now trails only KeyBank, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan as the ...

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