She received the 2021 NINDS Landis Award for Outstanding Mentorship.
As UF’s chief audiologist, Dr. Kemker played a significant role in the advancement of new therapies for people with hearing impairments.
The findings could help physicians identify who is at risk of developing severe COVID-19 so treatment can begin earlier.
Four faculty members were awarded tenure and/or promotion from the University of Florida for the 2020-21 cycle.
Her research has explored the impact of fiscal policies on organizations and the patients they serve.
His research has focused on adult neurologically-based disorders of communication, and factors that contribute to the lack of equity in service provision and outcome disparities.
The study explores whether computerized brain training exercises can reduce the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease in older adults.
Linda worked alongside every dean in the college’s history during her 36-year career at UF.
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Alachua County residents can help take a step toward herd immunity now that 12- to 15- year-old children can get a COVID-19 vaccine locally.