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UF Biomedical Sciences Building brings researchers together

Biomedical engineering has revolutionized medical research and practice in many ways, from providing sophisticated automated instrumentation and computation needed to sequence the human genome to developing devices that mimic normal delivery of insulin by the pancreas.

Helping athletes get back in the game

Pointing to the images on her computer screen, Terese Chmielewski, P.T., Ph.D., identifies a problem with the football player’s movement. As he performs vertical jumps and single leg jumps, it’s clear the player is putting too much force on his right leg.

Membership has its privileges

UF is the latest school to establish a chapter of Delta Omega, the honorary society for graduate studies in public health. UF’s chapter joins 60 other chapters at public health-accredited schools and programs.