UF researchers identify first known instances of two different types of viruses in Haitian children.
Unless MRSA carriers develop an infection or are tested for the bacteria, they may not even know they carry it, yet they are at significant risk for premature death.
The WHO Solidarity Trial will test multiple vaccines at possibly hundreds of sites in tens of thousands of participants to find vaccines with at least 50% efficacy.
A new study adds to the body of research demonstrating that DEET is safe for humans when used according to manufacturer instructions.
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.
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. 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.
Researchers found that exposing Chlamydia to the antibiotic fosmidomycin causes the bacteria to enter a protective bunker-like “persistent” state.
UF biostatisticians played an integral role in the design and analysis of trials testing the effectiveness of the vaccine.