Honoring Dr. Patricia Langenberg's Legacy in Women's Health Research

Honoring Dr. Patricia Langenberg's Legacy A Project of School of Medicine Tributes - Honor and Memorial Gifts

NEW FUND ESTABLISHED BY COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDS TO HONOR PATRICIA LANGENBERG, PhD, ADVOCATE FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH RESEARCH

The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is dedicated to improving the health of the public by training medical students, graduate students, and health professionals, conducting research, and serving as a resource to the university, the state, and the broader community.

In 1993, Dr. Patricia Langenberg founded the Women's Health Research Group, which brought together investigators from across the campus who were interested in the health of women in all areas, not just those involved in reproductive issues. The network enabled researchers from a variety of disciplines to connect and tackle multidisciplinary research and support a postdoctoral scholar.

Dr. Langenberg led the way: obtaining seed grants, jump-starting the program, holding an annual symposium for more than 12 years, and securing two large grants to advance research in women's health, the HHS-funded Center of Excellence in Women's Health and the NIH Office of Research in Women's Health BIRCWH K-12 Award that provides opportunities for junior faculty to advance scholarly work in women's health.

After 25 years of dedicated service to the University of Maryland School of Medicine and its Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Dr. Langenberg has decided to retire from her regular position and become an emeritus professor.


How can you help?

The Dr. Patricia Langenberg Fund for the University of Maryland's Organized Research Effort in Women's Health has been established by colleagues and friends to continue her pioneering work in women's health research. Gifts will be used to provide support for research, scholarships, teaching, seminars, and publications related to women's health issues.

Supported by 30 Donations:

  • Anand C.
    Anand C. '01
    I Gave $300
  • Julie L.
    What an inspiration and role model!
  • Anand C.
    Anand C. '01
    I Gave $250
    Thank you Pat for all your guidance and support, and warm wishes for your retirement!
  • Edson A.
    I Gave $750
  • Gordon S.
  • Gloria R.
    We are so grateful for your expertise, friendship, and outlook on data and life. (Teo and Gloria)
  • Kate T.
    Thank you for being such a wonderful colleague, friend and mentor. Wishing you a happy and much deserved retirement!
  • John L.
    As always, we are proud and awed.
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  • Tzu-Yun M.
    Thank you for being an awesome mentor! Happy Retirement.
  • Nancy E.
    I've been lucky I could just walk down the hall to talk to you. I'll miss that.
  • Judith R.
    Judith R. '77
    Best wishes on your well-deserved retirement!
  • Wendy L.
    Thank you for being a wonderful mentor and colleague.
  • Linda S.
    I Gave $100
    Thank you for all you do, Pat! I will try to pay forward your kindness, generosity, and curiosity.
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  • Michelle S.
    Thank you for all that you do for the faculty, staff and students in EPH. You will be missed, but your legacy will live on.
  • Joanne D.
    Pat, It has been a pleasure getting to know you. Joanne
  • Samer E.
    You have been a wonderful colleague all these years Pat. I will definitely miss you.
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  • Min Z.
    Thank you Pat!
  • William B.
    I Gave $500
    Thank you Pat for your dedication to our Department and especially in mentoring our students and faculty.
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    I Gave $20
  • Laurence M.
    I am delighted to honor you with a contribution to this fund.
  • Mary-Claire R.
    I Gave $500
    What a great way to honor you!
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    I Gave $200
  • George S.
    I Gave $500
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    I Gave $25
  • Ivonne-Marie B.
    Happy retirement Pat! Ivonne-Marie
  • Mona B.
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    I Gave $1,000