Recent BPH graduates Hannah Douglas and Andrew Fiore were part of a team that published a pair of studies in the journal PLOS One.
Experimental vaccine trials during a public health emergency should be novel, flexible and responsive, say a group of researchers led by UF biostatistics faculty. Photo: WHO
Dr. Sonam Lasopa and Dr. Senthil Reddi will lead a new a statewide program to understand the causes of suicide and suicide attempts among people in Sikkim.
UF researchers combined a prospective cohort study of children in Nicaragua with epidemiological surveillance data to infer the complete exposure history for each participant. Photo: CDC
Infectious diseases once under control there are beginning to run rampant and could spread quickly.
Participants in the UF in Haiti study abroad program had the opportunity to learn about global health in an immersive way. Applications for the 2019 are open now.
The test uses inexpensive, commercially available equipment, including a coffee mug with a USB port, cell phone and LED light. Image: CDC
UF’s International Center honored Dr. Krishna Vaddiparti and several graduate students during International Education Week.
Researchers in the department of biostatistics will develop innovative vaccine study designs so agencies can implement vaccine trials quickly and effectively.
The collapse of Venezuela's public health system has terrible consequences inside the country, but it also is giving rise to mosquito-borne viruses that could spread to nearby countries.