Supported by an award from UF President Ben Sasse's strategic funding initiative, the project seeks to improve the effectiveness of clinical trials designed to treat childhood neuromuscular diseases.
Dr. Lee Revere offers insights on Medicare Advantage ads and messaging.
Pet-owning people with HIV may feel forced to choose between their own health and their pets’ welfare because of money, time and housing concerns.
People in the oldest stage of life who regularly engage in aerobic activities and strength training exercises perform better on cognitive tests.
Several PHHP faculty members recently participated in reciprocal reviews outside of their disciplines, giving them new ideas and perspectives.
Her illustration was selected as one of the winning images in the annual Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation image contest.
A great leader must be able to plan, be flexible, have passion, advocate, and help the patients live their best lives.
Follow along as faculty, staff, alumni and students represent PHHP at conferences and meetings
Genesis Triplett, a doctoral student in the department of occupational therapy, provided life-sustaining CPR to a neighbor in need thanks to an alert from the Pulse Point Foundation mobile app.
Shruti Kolli, B.P.H., a PHHP alumna and first year medical student in the UF College of Medicine, shares advice for pre-health students and how a…
Melanie Orejuela, a Master of Public Health student, is working to reduce health disparities for Latinx veterans through her role as a research…
Ten PHHP students representing seven countries were recognized at the UF International Center’s International Student Achievement Awards.
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Dr. Matt Hitchings talks with WMFE, Orlando’s NPR station
Dr. Lee Revere on WMFE, Orlando’s NPR station
Dr. Arch Mainous publishes opinion piece in The Messenger
The College of Public Health and Health Professions recognized seven alumni whose accomplishments represent the highest levels of achievement.
Cartagena is helping establish the Yale psycho-oncology program.
Dr. Tana Carson’s dream is to have every university teaching this swim program for students with autism. (Photo courtesy of iCan Swim)
Zach Lowenstein, M.P.H., is leading a federal initiative in wastewater management to protect the public health of at-risk communities.
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