UF researchers have launched a new study to understand the extent to which children play a role in the spread of COVID-19.
UF has received grant renewal for the ABCD Study, the largest long-term study of brain development and child health ever conducted in the United States.
A boyhood experience set Dr. John Lednicky on a road to make an outsized impact during the current coronavirus crisis.
Behind the scenes in mid-March, a group of researchers, students and lab technicians came together and built a high throughput testing lab.
Researchers propose a core protocol for conducting clinical trials during a disease outbreak.
UF researchers have uncovered evidence that the bacteria which cause cholera have established an aquatic reservoir in Haitian waterways where they are now adapting and evolving.
Dr. John Lednicky can pull live viruses out of thin air — and grow them. His past decades of inquiry into coronaviruses have positioned him as a go-to experts on the newly emerged SARS-CoV-2 pathogen.
Dr. Ira Longini and colleagues found that the Wuhan travel ban may have only delayed the epidemic’s spread by three to five days in mainland China.
UF researchers have resolved a two-decade old mystery centered upon how the bacteria Chlamydia divide and reproduce.
Just how bad might this outbreak become? Virologist and public health expert Dr. John Lednicky explains.