UF once again helps set the pace for physician assistant programs across the nation by elevating the College of Medicine’s program to school status just one week before graduation.
Archive for 2009
At a recent event hosted by fellows and residents from the department of pediatrics, children received new bicycle helmets plus tips on riding safely.
Soothing anxiety and helping with behaviors linked to obsessive-compulsive disorder could lead to more severe symptoms in children.
Almost half of kidney transplant candidates older than 60 die before getting a deceased-donor organ.
Drs. Novak and Stavropoulos are among 53 women selected to participate in a national program aimed at preparing women for top jobs in academic medicine.
William A. Dunn Jr., Ph.D., was appointed interim chair of the department of anatomy and cell biology at the University of Florida College of Medicine.
Researchers with the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida discovered that inflammation of microglia — an abundant cell type that plays an important supporting role in the brain — does not appear to be associated with dementia in Alzheimer’s disease. The finding could influence how scientists proceed with Alzheimer’s therapies.