Nova in the News

Nova ARPA-H eLetter Published in Science

While new technologies for earlier detection and more effective treatment are critical, we urge equal attention to the wider environmental ecosystems driving the noncommunicable disease (NCD) crisis in the first place.

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Culinary Medicine Course in the News

Institute Fellow Chris D’Adamo’s Culinary Health and Medicine Program was featured in a great article from The Daily Record, discussing the importance of a complementary health approach,

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Igniting an Epidemic of Health

Institute Founders Brian Berman and Susan Hartnoll Berman explore how the path to improving health involves not just medicine but an understanding of all the dynamic processes that contribute to wellbeing: economics, nutrition, work, relationships, the environment.

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inVivo Planetary Health and Institute Publish Paper

InVIVO co-founding president, Susan L. Prescott, MD, PhD, Alan C. Logan, and Institute co-founders Susan Berman and Brian Berman, MD, publish paper in Challenges titled Project Earthrise: Inspiring Creativity, Kindness and Imagination in Planetary Health.”

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Cooking Up Health with CH&M Workshops

The Institute recently welcomed more than 125 first- and second-year medical students from the University of Maryland School of Medicine for its new culinary medicine workshop, Culinary Health

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Leading With Service

Mission Thrive Summer (MTS), the Institute’s “work, learn, and earn” program for Baltimore City high school students, just wrapped its seventh summer at Civic Works Real Food Farm.

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Maryland Offers New Micro-Credential Course For Creative Classrooms

The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC), the Fine Arts Office of the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), and the Institute for Integrative Health (Institute) will present the Veteran-Ready Community Arts Micro-credential course, a new suite of competency-based professional learning courses for facilitators of creative classrooms geared toward veterans.

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