UF researchers find that a new policy for disabled adults covered by Medicaid improved aspects of their care for chronic diseases, compared to traditional care.
Published Papers news at the College of Medicine
The first paper to set guidelines for which patients with Tourette syndrome are candidates for deep brain stimulation surgery was written nearly a decade ago. Now, a new paper, including researchers from UF, updates and revises those guidelines.
As new infectious diseases emerge, a UF professor suggests a roadmap for containing them.
Nicotinic acid could be more valuable than previously thought; UF research shows it could increase production of ‘good’ cholesterol.
According to a new UF study, Alzheimer’s patients display an emotional flatness that can be mistaken for depression.
A team of researchers led by a UF College of Medicine professor, finds the best way to teach medical microbiology and infectious diseases to medical students.
Approach could help make more cancer patients eligible for bone marrow self-transplant and reduce disease relapse rates.
Christopher Cogle, M.D., assistant professor of medicine at the COM collaborates on a book focused on cancer microenvironment.
Researchers are closer to better treatments of neuroblastoma, the most common form of cancer in babies and the third most common childhood cancer.
Almost half of kidney transplant candidates older than 60 die before getting a deceased-donor organ.