Anita Zucker Center Co-Director Honored For Leadership, Impact on Behavioral Disorders

Maureen Conroy, co-director of the University of Florida Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early…

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Expert in Biostatistics, Metabolic Syndrome joins ICHP and Anita Zucker Center

When both adult and pediatric patients come to their checkups with a certain nexus of…

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Article by UF researcher named top autism research paper of 2015

The advocacy organization Autism Speaks has named a paper co-authored by University of Florida researcher…

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UF veterinary medicine professor elected to National Academy of Inventors

Roy Curtiss, a professor at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has been…

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UF welcomes internationally known artist and writer

February 9, 2016 UF Preeminence 0 Comments

Coco Fusco, who for more than three decades has pushed beyond artistic and cultural boundaries,…

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Steven Munger assumes leadership of UF Center for Smell and Taste

Steven Munger has been appointed director of the University of Florida Center for Smell and…

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Defending your computer from cyber-attacks, Sun Tzu style

Can unpredictability protect computers against malware?

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The Democracy Machine: How one engineer is making voting possible for all

January 5, 2016 UF Preeminence

As an African American computer scientist, Juan Gilbert understands separation and the desire to belong. The University of Florida professor spent most of his college years as one of the only black students in his field. He didn’t have clear footsteps to follow.

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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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