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Fusing disease research

Fusing disease research

Published: Apr 20th, 2010

“So you do research on diseases – when did you become a medical doctor?” is a question I regularly hear. I’m actually a geographer. In the past, medical doctors were […]

The Gator Nation is Everywhere

The Gator Nation is Everywhere

Published: Apr 6th, 2010

Becoming a part of The Gator Nation has been a big part of life for my wife and me, since we moved to Gainesville in 2006. Now, as dean of […]

Exploring genetics, culture and disease

Exploring genetics, culture and disease

Published: Mar 23rd, 2010

Note: This guest-written column appeared in InsideUF’s biweekly print edition on March 23, 2010. The print edition is a paid insert that appears as the entire page-three of the Independent […]

The ‘CensUS’ wants you!

Published: Mar 1st, 2010

Dear students: The University of Florida is well known for prestige in academics and athletics, and now it’s your chance to continue this success by participating in the 2010 Census. […]

Graham Center focuses on civic engagement

Published: Feb 16th, 2010

In 2008, Florida ranked 34th in voter turnout. Some 70 percent of Floridians report cutting back on civic activities in the past year. Our state faces a civic crisis. At […]

What is InsideUF?

Published: Feb 2nd, 2010

You likely have been reading InsideUF and didn’t even realize it. In fact, you’re reading InsideUF, an official publication of the University of Florida, right now. InsideUF includes: • A […]

New faculty, new Pathogens Research Facility and 2010 legislative session

New faculty, new Pathogens Research Facility and 2010 legislative session

Published: Jan 28th, 2010

Hello Gator Nation, and Happy New Year! We are pleased to start 2010 with several major developments here at the University of Florida. Perhaps most prominent, UF colleges and departments […]

Showcasing UF and Florida’s future scientists

Showcasing UF and Florida’s future scientists

Published: Jan 15th, 2010

Each year since 1963, Florida science teachers and several hundred high school students have traveled to UF’s campus for a prestigious event known as the “Junior Science, Engineering and Humanities […]