Florida sees a sharp increase in fentanyl-related deaths, according to UF Health researchers who co-authored a CDC report.
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Four-drug cocktail reverses Type 1 diabetes in mice, UF Health researchers say.
UF Health researchers test two different ways to deliver a Type 1 diabetes vaccine. The platforms, which use microparticles to activate the immune system, prevented 40 percent of mice given the vaccine from developing the disease.
Modifying stem cells shows early promise in battle against muscular dystrophy.
The Chapman chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society recognized students, faculty and residents for their humanism and compassion at its annual induction ceremony May 4.
Oxycodone-related deaths dropped 25 percent after Florida implemented its Prescription Drug Monitoring Program in late 2011 as part of its response to the state’s prescription drug abuse epidemic, according to a team of UF Health researchers. The drop in fatalities could stem from the number of health care providers who used the program’s database to […]
UF Health pathologist Nancy S. Hardt, M.D., teamed with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell to improve the health and welfare of Gainesville residents living in a “hotspot” of poverty, child abuse and domestic violence.
Genetics breakthrough by group that includes University of Florida expert will boost diabetes researchBy Styliana Resvanis • Mar 10th, 2015 • Category: From the Lab, Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine
A research group that includes a University of Florida genetics expert has located and narrowed down the number of genes that play a role in Type 1 diabetes.
The University of Florida College of Medicine recently hosted its annual Celebration of Research poster session, and for the first time, combined faculty and student research poster presentations.
Nancy S. Hardt, M.D., H.S. ’81, H.S. ’90, received recognition for her service efforts and leadership in medicine and her community.