The School of Pharmacy is part of the University of Maryland, Baltimore's (UMB) work as an Age-Friendly University (AFU). 

View the UMB Age-Friendly University page

The Age-Friendly University Global 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.

Age-Friendly University status means we are committed to being more intentional and systematic in our approach to our aging, intergenerational population as we build meaningful and measurable collaborations. 

Nicole Brandt, PharmD, MBA, BCPP, CGP, FASCP, professor and executive director of the Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging, and Daniel Mansour, PharmD, FASCP, BCGP, AGSF, interprofessional clinical coordinator at the Lamy Center, sit on the AFU steering committee. They regularly contribute to articles (found below) featured on The Elm that detail their Age-Friendly University work. 

Age-Friendly University Articles 

Age-Inclusive Language and Communication

Health Care in Aging Research

In the Community

Working at UMB

Trajectory of Aging