This resource page provides guidance to the Institute for NanoBioTechnology’s community. We will add content as it becomes available.

Important contacts

The INBT staff is working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please refer to the contacts below for the following specific needs. Email addresses can be found here.

  • Main Phone Line: Danielle
  • Facilities Requests: Danielle and Ada
    Send facilities requests to Danielle and Ada
  • Deliveries: Ada
    This is yet to be worked out by central. Ada is triaging until until further guidelines are implemented.
  • Shopping Carts: Jon and Ada
    Jon is providing assistance on how to track and cancel items. Send questions Jon and cc Ada.
  • Reimbursements/Bills: Danielle and Carla
    We have just changed to the Concur platform. Requests about reimbursements, training, etc. should go to Danielle and Carla.
  • Labs/Lab Questions: Christine and Ada
    Christine is working directly with lab captains and safety captains on their needs/questions with Ada as backup.
  • Group emails – Gina, Danielle, and Ada
  • J-card/Access – Jon and Ada
    These will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

Helpful links

Testing Information

  • Baltimore City
    A comprehensive list of testing locations that includes both walk-up and drive-in testing, walk-in and scheduled appointments, and referral and no referral needed. Locations includes tents, medical centers, pharmacies, mobile testing facilities, Baltimore Convention Center, Pimlico Racetrack, and more.
  • State of Maryland
    A comprehensive list of testing locations by county in Maryland.
    Maryland Department of Health FAQs about COVID testing – updated July 10, 2020
  • Federal Information
    U.S. Department of Health and Services list of community-based testing locations. Information on how to cover the costs of COVID testing if you do or do not have insurance.
  • 2-1-1 Maryland
    A 24 hour call, text, or chat organization consisting of four agencies that provide access to health and human services. Can help locate COVID testing and if you don’t have insurance or a doctor.
  • FHCB Health System
    Several free walk-up COVID testing locations if you do not have insurance.
  • CVS
    Several testing locations throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. If you are uninsured, a Social Security #, driver’s license, or state ID will be asked so that the cost of the test can be submitted to the federal program. If you are insured, check with your provider about whether testing is covered.

You can find a compiled list of resources on the Whiting School of Engineering’s website.