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UF Health researchers’ gene therapy for eye disorder shows promise in early testingBy Doug Bennett • Mar 13, 2023 • Lead Story
For a video about how AAV gene therapy works, visit https://bit.ly/3J838qz. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — For people with retinitis pigmentosa, the world they see often starts changing in childhood or as young adults. Their night and...
Michael S. Jaffee, M.D., named chair of UF Department of NeurologyBy Todd Taylor • Mar 10, 2023 • Lead Story
University of Florida neurologist Michael S. Jaffee, M.D., an expert in brain injury and sleep medicine, has been named chair of the UF College of Medicine’s department of neurology. He succeeds Michael Okun, M.D., who has served...
UF Health joins national effort to improve patient outcomesBy Gary Mans • Mar 2, 2023 • Lead Story
University of Florida Health is among 42 health systems nationwide chosen by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to carry out pioneering initiatives to accelerate the implementation of practice-changing research...
Using artificial intelligence and patient medical records to predict Alzheimer’s diseaseBy Diana Tonnessan • Feb 24, 2023 • Featured Articles, Lead Story
Using data in electronic health records, University of Florida researchers have designed an artificial intelligence system that can predict which patients will develop Alzheimer’s disease up to five years before receiving a...
First ‘Institute Professor’ of The Wertheim UF Scripps Institute inventing new ways to target incurable diseases via RNABy Stacey DeLoye • Feb 21, 2023 • Lead Story
Matthew D. Disney, Ph.D., a professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry at The Wertheim UF Scripps Institute for Biomedical Innovation & Technology, has been named the first “Institute Professor” at the institution....
UF researchers create method to predict leukemia drug complicationsBy Leah Buletti • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Pharmacy, UF Health Cancer Center • Mar 24, 2023
UF study finds no difference in susceptibility to COVID-19 in Black and white ancestral originsBy Sarah Carey • UF College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, UF Health • Mar 22, 2023
Two mutations team up to cloak a deadly brain cancer from the immune system, study suggestsBy Stacey DeLoye • UF Health, UF Health Scripps, UF Health Cancer Center • Mar 15, 2023
New scientist takes aim at TB, the world’s deadliest infectious diseaseBy Stacey DeLoye • UF Health, UF Health Scripps • Mar 14, 2023
Hope & Healing Blog
Deanna McVay is a Gainesville native, a mom to three children and an avid runner who participated in her first marathon at age 33. While training...READ MORE
Ann Scanlon started running as a means to lose weight. After making it a part of her daily routine, running became one of her hobbies, along with...READ MORE
The POST Magazine
The POST-SpringSpring 2021
When the COVID-19 pandemic exploded across the globe, everything changed. One year later, we’re all adjusting to the new normal. Workers from across UF Health share the lessons they’ve learned during this trying time. See their stories and other important news from UF Health in this edition of The POST.
High-tech hospital uses artificial intelligence in patient care
NBC • Feb 6, 2023
COVID-19 Cases On the Rise Again
WCTQ-FM • May 18, 2022
Oyster study committee to weigh ‘limited entry’
Apalachicola The Times • May 18, 2022
6 to Know: Local Hospital Updates Visitation Policy Amid COVID-19 Case Rise
NBC News Miami • May 18, 2022
Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got COVID
MSN UAE • May 18, 2022
Health Notes: Give blood, save lives
Citrus County Chronicle • May 18, 2022
Save Your Tooth Month Q&A with Dr. Samuel Low
DrBicuspid.com • May 18, 2022
Recurrent Stroke Risk High in AF, Even With Anticoagulants
Biz News Post • May 18, 2022
National baby formula shortage affecting families in Gainesville
The Gainesville Sun • May 18, 2022
India Education Diary • May 18, 2022
Health In A Heartbeat
Sugar processed differently in obesity-prone rats, study findsMar 24, 2023
Sometimes, you open a bag of chips. And sometimes, five minutes later, you reach into that same bag and come up empty. Late-night snacking can be a dietary sore point for many of us, and occasionally involves overeating. Now, researchers from the University of Michigan are studying what makes...
Highly processed food may increase cancer risk, study finds
Mar 23, 2023
Clean air leads to clearer thinking
Mar 22, 2023
Party for improved health
Mar 21, 2023
Pain Management in Large and Small AnimalsMar 24, 2023
Whenever an animal requires surgery, the administration of anesthetic is key to minimizing pain and maximizing patient comfort and safety throughout the procedure. Each case is different, however, and it’s the job of the veterinary anesthesia specialist to determine what type of drug to use, how it...