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The Department of Epidemiology

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Epidemiology launches Our Community, Our Health events nationwide to benefit the community and researchers alike

  • Healthstreet, Epidemiology's community initiative, is coordinating this event to include at least 9 Clinical and Translational Science Award sites across the country
  • Nationwide streaming allows community members to engage in real-time conversation with researchers, via text message, about relevant health topics and health literacy
  • Pre- and Post- tests will be conducted to ensure that the project is effective
  • Additional sites will be added in coming months

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UF researchers, including PHHP's Dr. Ira Longini and Dr. Sarah McKune, join the worldwide response to Ebola.

Melissa Hall and Michael Perri PHHP graduates named 2015 UF outstanding young alumni

Apr 21st, 2015

Melissa Hall and Dyanne Herrera were recognized at UF’s Outstanding Young Alumni Awards ceremony.

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Apr 21st, 2015

For five months, Remiah Turner’s life was silent. The ordeal ended in January, when she finished up her latest procedure: restoring her hearing through cochlear implants.

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