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HOBI Faculty Member Mentors Two Undergraduates

Ramzi Salloum, Ph.D., will serve as a faculty mentor for two undergraduate students enrolled in UF’s 2017-2018 Emerging Scholars Program: Yasmine Hamzah and Kayla Childs.

HOP Faculty Receive AMIA 2017 Distinguished Paper Award

A paper co-authored by a team of OneFlorida researchers, including faculty in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy (HOP), was selected for the American Medical Informatics Association’s (AMIA) 2017 […]

HOP Faculty Member Receives DOJ Grant to Reduce Opioid-Related Risks in Florida

Chris Delcher, Ph.D., has received a 3-year, $600,000 grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance in Washington, D.C., to map the opioid prescribing

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HOBI Administrator Receives COM Superior Accomplishment Award

Mar 14th, 2018

Lizabeth Manini, director of administrative services in the Department of Health Outcomes & Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) and chief operating officer of the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium, received a 2017-2018 Superior […]

Citizen Scientist Research Poster Receives Award at UF Health Cancer Center Research Day

Dec 19th, 2017

A research poster reporting on citizen scientists’ communication with scientists as members of a clinical research team placed first in the predoctoral population sciences category at the UF Health Cancer […]

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