COVID vaccines effective against Omicron, say UF biostatisticians
UF biostatisticians conclude in a recent paper that current COVID vaccines are effective against severe infection and disease from the Omicron viral variant.
Apply for the SEC Visiting Faculty Travel Grant Program by May 26
The Southeastern Conference (SEC) Visiting Faculty Travel Grant Program gives faculty from one SEC university the opportunity to travel to another SEC campus.
Understanding when depression becomes a crisis
John B. Williamson, Ph.D., associate professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at the University of Florida, was recently asked by The Conversation to explain when depression becomes a crisis and what inpatient treatment entails.
Science journalist in residence to give talk on March 8
UF Science Journalist in Residence Ainissa Ramirez, Ph.D., is visiting the UF campus this week, with a public talk scheduled at Pugh Hall Ocora at 4 p.m. on March 8.
UF/IFAS scientists rethink food possibilities with 3D food printer
Two UF/IFAS professors of agricultural and biological engineering, have been rethinking the power of 3D printers, specifically their ability to print food.
Learn about AI’s role in medicine
UF’s inaugural AI4Health: Improving Health through Artificial Intelligence conference will explore how AI-enabled discoveries will change clinical practice and improve patients’ health.
Training participation key to retaining older workers, research finds
New research finds that engaging retirement-eligible workers with training participation can aid in employee retention.
College of Medicine celebration of research is Feb. 27–28
The UF College of Medicine will celebrate its 13th annual Research Day Feb. 27-28.
UF Distinguished Professorship Lecture, Feb.27
Microbiology and Cell Science Professor Wayne Nicholson, Ph.D., will present a seminar titled Considerations for Interplanetary Transport of Microbial Life on Feb. 27 at 4 p.m.
Cooking with physical limitations? Try these creative workarounds
UF Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy Chiung-ju Liu, Ph.D., was recently interviewed by the Washington Post about strategies for persons with physical disabilities to safely prepare food, cook and bake.
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