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Yahoo: Canadian software maker Shopify valued at $2 billion in U.S. debut

Published: May 27 2015

Jay Ritter, UF professor of finance, shares his input on the potential of Shopify’s software in a May 21 story.

National Journal: Barack Obama is going to Synagogue

Published: May 27 2015

Kenneth D. Wald, UF professor of political science and Samuel R. “Bud” Shorstein Professor of American Jewish Culture & Society, was quoted in a May 21 story on Obama visiting a synagogue.

Infowine: Researcher using 'precision breeding' to create disease-resistant grapes

Published: May 27 2015

Dennis J. Gray, UF professor of developmental biology, is developing disease-resistant grapes to fight crop-ruining mildew and rot. His work was the topic of a May 24 story.

Medical News Today: Breakthrough measures Parkinson's progression in the brain

Published: May 27 2015

A May 27 story shared the discovery of a biomarker for the progression of Parkinson’s disease by David Vaillancourt, UF professor in the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology. This story also ran in The Medical News.

KQED: Robotic Butt Helps Medical Students Learn Professional Intimacy

Published: May 27 2015

A May 26 story discussed a simulator developed by UF scientists for medical students to overcome the challenges of learning to administer prostate examinations.

Daily Mail: Healthy diets protect against hearing loss, study finds

Published: May 27 2015

A May 26 story covered a study by Christopher Spankovich, a UF research assistant professor in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, on how a healthy diet can prevent hearing loss. This story also ran in Singapore News.

The Florida Times Union: New university presidents talk talent creation in Northeast Florida

Published: May 20 2015

UF President Kent Fuchs’ participation in Jacksonville’s Talent Creators Forum was covered in a May 19 story.

The Washington Post: Hillary Clinton wants to allow felons to vote

Published: May 20 2015

Michael McDonald, UF associate professor of political science, discusses his United States Elections Project in a May 19 story.

The Washington Post: We’ve been imagining mountains all wrong, say scientists

Published: May 20 2015

Robert Guralnick, curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History, was quoted in a May 18 story on research done by scientists finding a different shape of mountains than the typical pyramid shape.

Miami Herald: Black police officers underrepresented on Florida streets

Published: May 20 2015

Frederick A. Shenkman, a UF emeritus professor of sociology, was quoted in a May 17 story on the history of segregation in Florida police departments.

The Washington Post: 'Lame,' 'stand up' and other words we use to insult the disabled without even knowing it

Published: May 20 2015

Jessi Elana Aaron, UF professor of Spanish and Portuguese, wrote a May 13 story discussing offensive terms connected to disability.

Huffington Post: Greening-resistant GMO oranges come one step closer to market

Published: May 19 2015

Research by UF economists on the cost of citrus greening on the American citrus industry between 2006 and 2014 was mentioned in a May 14 story.

International Business Times: Flesh-eating bacteria found in U.S. oceans

Published: May 19 2015

Paul Gulig, professor and associate dean with the UF Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, was quoted in a May 14 story on the unlikelihood of being affected by a bacteria found in the ocean.

My San Antonio: Rare conjoined twins successfully separated

Published: May 19 2015

Dr. Josef Cortez and Dr. Ma Ingyinn, neonatologists with the UF College of Medicine in Jacksonville, as well as Dr. Solange N. Benjamin-Thorpe, medical director of the PICU at UF Health, were mentioned in a May 14 story for their role in the separation of conjoined twins.

Yahoo: Why hot stocks may not be so hot after all

Published: May 19 2015

A study of stock performance done by Jay Ritter, UF professor of finance, was mentioned in a May 15 story.

Miami Herald: Marco Rubio’s foreign policy a centerpiece of his campaign

Published: May 14 2015

Richard S. Conley, a professor of political science at UF, is quoted in a May 11 story on Marco Rubio’s foreign policy knowledge.

ABC: Lightning: it can burn, concuss and kill

Published: May 14 2015

A May 7 story quoted Dr. David Mozingo, surgeon and director of the UF Health Burn Center, on lightning strike injuries.

Fox 35 Orlando: Conjoined twins successfully separated at Jacksonville hospital

Published: May 14 2015

Dr. Solange N. Benjamin-Thorpe, medical director of the PICU at UF Health, is mentioned in a May 12 story for leading a team in the recovery of conjoined twins that underwent a successful separation surgery.

The Washington Post: Scientists are spying on pythons in the Everglades, and plotting new ways to kill them

Published: May 14 2015

A May 4 story discussed a study that Frank Mazzotti, a UF professor of wildlife ecology and conservation, assisted with that researched pythons in the Everglades.

Fox 35 Orlando: New research suggest women are much better at negotiating

Published: May 14 2015

A May 1 story discusses research done at UF showing that women are better at negotiating than previously believed. Jane Y. Douglas, a UF professor in the Warrington College of Business Administration, was quoted in the story.