The University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) works with the nation’s top emergency responders to develop plans, policies, and strategies for government, corporate, and institutional clients that ensure the safety of citizens in the event of natural or man-made catastrophes.
Baltimore City welcomed cybersecurity professionals and hobbyists from around the world October 8 - 9 at the third annual CyberMaryland Conference held at the Baltimore Convention Center. CyberMaryland was designed to showcase Maryland's... More
CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger, at the invitation of the Baltimore City Council and their Public Safety Committee Chair Councilman Branch, spoke during an informational hearing at Baltimore's City Hall regarding "... More
CHHS has been expanding our expertise since the Spring edition of our newsletter - learn more about our recent projects in the Fall 2013 Newsletter. Printed copies have been distributed to our contacts across the country. If you are interested in... More
Among Maryland cabinet secretaries, state’s attorneys, and local police chiefs, University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) Founder and Director Michael Greenberger, also a University of Maryland, Francis King Carey... More
By Chelsea Person, CHHS Extern
After attending the 2013 National Alliance of State Animal and Agricultural Emergency Programs (NASAAEP) Animals in Disaster Summit, I am glad to see there are many resources for animals during disasters. However, I... More