UF among nation’s leaders in startups, licensing and life-sciences tech transfer

November 30, 2015 UF Preeminence

Jaundice, chronic bronchitis, and other lung and liver problems are a daily struggle for the 1 in 2,500 Americans with alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, a genetic condition that can cause serious lung disease in adults or liver disease at any age.

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The anthropologist will see you now

November 30, 2015 Health and Wellness, UF Preeminence

Kevin Bardosh isn’t like a lot of his co-workers at the University of Florida’s Emerging Pathogens Institute. Not only is he a qualitative social scientist in a sea of quantitative types, he’s also a long way from his home institution, the University of Edinburgh.

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Empowerment Through Computing

November 20, 2015 Past Profiles
Juan Gilbert - The Banks Preeminence Chair in Engineering Juan Gilbert wanted to be like... Continue Reading

Cynthia Johnson named Fellow of American Psychological Association

November 16, 2015 Learning and Society 0 Comments

University of Florida autism researcher Cynthia Johnson, Ph.D., has been awarded fellowship status in the…

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