Electrical stimulation therapy can relieve low back pain in older adults

The therapy could offer older adults with chronic pain an effective alternative to other treatments, including prescription painkillers, say UF pain researchers.

kids at school UF researchers to study effects of adolescent substance use and brain development

Dr. Linda B. Cottler and Dr. Sara Jo Nixon will lead UF’s participation in a landmark study of the effect of substance use on the developing brain.

Doctor and her patients Researchers and patient advocates receive funding to build Alzheimer’s research network

Dr. Glenn Smith and colleagues have received a $1.56 million PCORI funding award to develop a network that links patients and caregivers with scientists.

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Dr. Ira Longini

Dr. Ira Longini

Ebola vaccine breakthrough!

  • Dr. Ira Longini, a professor and expert in infectious disease modeling and statistics, was a driving force behind the design and analysis of the successful vaccine trial in Guinea. Dr. Longini spent several months on assignment at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Dr. Longini's research has focused on analyzing epidemics of influenza, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, cholera, dengue fever, malaria, rhinovirus, rotavirus, measles and other infectious diseases. He frequently collaborates with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, World Health Organization, and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as other public health organizations.

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