University of Florida researcher Erika Moore, Ph.D., was recently named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 health care experts to watch in 2021. The 10th annual list recognizes 600 entrepreneurs, scientists, activists and entertainers who are changing the world.
University of Florida Health has raised the bar for improving the lives of seniors in America’s Healthiest Hometown® by opening a new research center that aims to predict, prevent and cure health problems that impact wellness in a customized and personal way — at the individual and community level.
As part of our mission to cultivate and engage each other in honest and vulnerable conversations about race, the UF CSTI Diversity and Cultural Competence Council (DC3) introduces our inaugural Black Voices in Research Storytelling Event.
Due to high demand, we are pleased to announce that the Health Center Science Libraries’ Systematic Review service has been added to the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s CORE of research support services. This paid service will now offer two free hours of consultation to all eligible researchers, as well as participate in CTSI’s voucher system.
A University of Florida Health pilot program will bring a new COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy to rural communities in North Florida during the coming weeks.
Hosted by the UF CTSI's Diversity and Cultural Competence Council (DC3), this event highlighted the unique experiences of five Black biomedical research professionals at the university.
KL2 award recipient, Erika Moore, was recently named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 health care experts to watch in 2021.
A groundbreaking study conducted by a multidisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Florida Sepsis and Critical Illness Research Center explores how urine analysis during early onset of sepsis may help determine the likelihood of chronic kidney problems in the long term.
Patients with a vitamin D deficiency were four times more likely to be COVID-19 positive than those with a sufficient amount of the crucial vitamin, a University of Florida research team has found. And African American patients with insufficient vitamin D levels were three times more likely to be…
Linda B. Cottler, Ph.D., M.P.H., FACE, the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions’ associate dean for research and a dean’s professor in the department of epidemiology in PHHP and the College of Medicine, has been named president-elect of the Association for Clinical and Translational Science. Her…