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Road closure Aug. 7-Sept. 24

July 24, 2017

Southwest 16th Street access to E.R. and cancer hospital will close, reroute to Archer Road entrance

New ID badges coming soon: Please take your new photo now!

July 10, 2017

Learn more about additional photo opportunities in July and when to expect your badge

UF Health researchers identify genetic factors that cause muscle weakness and wasting disorder

July 10, 2017

UF Health genetics researchers have identified fundamental mechanism that causes congenital myotonic dystrophy

Patient gets ‘bionic eye’ vision system during UF Health’s first retinal implant

July 3, 2017

Revolutionary artificial-vision procedure gives patient a new window to the world

New physicians join The Gator Nation

June 29, 2017

New residents and fellows begin their training July 1 at UF Health.

$2 million NIH grant to help UF researchers pursue multiple sclerosis vaccine

June 29, 2017

UF researchers get NIH grant to pursue a vaccine for multiple sclerosis

Grant will help researchers create a better test for pancreatic cancer

June 28, 2017

Surgeon hopes less-invasive pancreatic cancer test can significantly decrease number of false-negative results

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