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New UF program to prepare students to fill therapy workforce gap in early childhood programs

The program will train occupational, physical and speech-language pathology therapy students to treat the needs of young children with disabilities.

Clinicians demonstrate intermittent hypoxia therapy.

When less oxygen heals

A novel therapy may strengthen breathing and other movements among those with severe spinal cord injuries and other conditions.

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HSC Fall 2018 Recognition Ceremony

Join us Friday, Dec. 14 at University Auditorium as we honor graduates of PHHP, Nursing and Pharmacy.

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Clinical and Health Psychology



Initial Findings of the Concussion Biomarkers Assessed in Collegiate Student-

Athletes (BASICS) Project Now Published

  • Neuropsychology students and faculty from the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, along with collaborators from Neurology, Community Health and Family Medicine, the University Athletic Association and Banyan Biomarkers, Inc., recently published the Concussion Biomarkers Assessed in Collegiate-Student Athletes (BASICS) paper series.
  • This three-part series appears online in Neurology, the official journal of the American Academy of Neurology, which is among the most widely read and highly cited peer-reviewed neurology journals.
  • The project was led by Breton Asken, MS, ATC (CHP, Bauer Lab), James Clugston, MD (CHFM), and Russell Bauer, PhD (CHP), with support from several other faculty and student co-authors.



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Nov 28th, 2018

Read the November issue for news and updates from the college’s departments and programs.

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College faculty, students recognized during International Education Week

Nov 20th, 2018

UF’s International Center honored Dr. Krishna Vaddiparti and several graduate students during International Education Week.

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Dean’s Scholar Lecture Series

Nov 19th, 2018

Dr. Carissa Slotterback will present “Advancing Collaboratively Engaged Research: Implication for Transportation Research Now and in the Future” on Thursday, Dec. 6.

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