More than 175 students presented research at the college's combined Research Day and Public Health Day.
A UF team has found that when college athletes with sports-related concussions cease activities immediately after injury, they miss about three fewer days of competition.
Knowing how much and what kind of seafood people eat could help experts assess health risks versus benefits of consuming certain seafood products, UF researchers say.
UF's I-MAP has teamed with the Florida Department of Transportation to develop FindaRideFlorida.org, which features transportation options in all of Florida’s 67 counties.
Dr. Sarah McKune and colleagues will lead a project focused on chronic gut inflammation among children in Ethiopia.
The UF team found that 23 percent of patients experienced a decline in at least one brain network.
Dr. Kathryn Ross found that participants in a weight loss program started regaining weight much sooner than expected.
Dr. Susan Nittrouer, a nationally-recognized speech-language scholar, addressed UF's graduating doctoral students at their December 15 graduation.
Dr. Catherine Price and Dr. Patrick Tighe are applying a novel twist to a well-known cognitive screening test.