In his research, Dr. Arch “Chip” Mainous has focused on a goal of improving health care delivery by determining the appropriate treatment for a particular patient.
Speech pathologist Dr. Judith Wingate helps vocalists rediscover their song.
Moise Ngwa, a Ph.D. student in the department of environmental and global health, was diagnosed with cholera as a child. Now he is studying ways to control this serious infectious disease.
Dr. Richard Rheingans identifies ways to get vaccines to people most in need.
The University of Florida has named leading statistics researcher Peihua Qiu, Ph.D., the founding chair of its department of biostatistics.
Dr. Ira Longini is working to ensure humanity is ready for the debut of the next new infectious disease.
Dr. Daniel Martin helps patients transition from mechanical ventilators to independent breathing.
Dr. Catherine Striley is investigating ways to remove barriers to care and provide people with resources to empower themselves and improve their health and quality of life.
Biostatistician Babette Brumback, Ph.D., works with investigators to design studies and analyze data, and in the process, generates new ideas for her own research.
Health care economist Jeffrey Harman, Ph.D., is researching ways to contain health care costs, improve quality and remove barriers to care.