The Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging is the focal point for research, education, and clinical initiatives in geriatric pharmacotherapy at the University of Maryland.

The Lamy Center is named in honor of its founder, Peter P. Lamy, PhD, ScD (1925-1994). Its mission is to improve drug therapy for aging adults through innovative research, education, and clinical initiatives.

Our Vision

Improving the lives of older adults by optimizing medication safety and use.

Our Strategic Plan

To learn more about how the Lamy Center's mission to improve drug therapy for aging adults through innovative research, education, and clinical initiatives helps drive its current areas of focus, as well as its direction in the coming years, download the strategic plan.

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Webinar: Restoring Connections for Older Adults

The Lamy Center and its Lamy Champions Coalition hosted a webinar titled "Restoring Connections for Older Adults: Leveraging Community Services to Combat Social Isolation" on June 24. View a recording of the event and download presentation materials here.

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Dr. Nicole Brandt Joins Virtual Face to Face Panel Discussion Hosted by UMB President Bruce Jarrell

Dr. Brandt was one of four panelists featured during the April 8 edition of Virtual Face to Face with President Bruce Jarrell, which examined how we are redefining aging and the role universities like UMB can play as Age-Friendly Universities.

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UMB is an Age-Friendly University

The Age-Friendly University (AFU) network is a group of higher education institutions around the globe that endorse the 10 principles of an age-friendly university and are committed to becoming more age-friendly in programs and policies.

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The Lamy Center's PGY-2 Geriatric Pharmacy Residency Program Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

The PGY-2 Geriatric Pharmacy Residency Program managed by the Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2020-2021! Watch this short video for a historical review of the program and to learn more about its goals for the future.