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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 […]

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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 […]

HOP student presents at 2017 APHA Research Meeting in Atlanta

Dec 18th, 2017

Cilia Zayas, MHA, MSF and Ph.D. student in the Department of Health Outcomes and Policy (HOP), gave an oral presentation at the 2017 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Research […]

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