Jonathan Bloch, vertebrate paleontologist, and Mary Silcox, research associate at the Florida Museum of Natural History, were quoted in a June 23 Associated Press story about their discovery of how an early primate relied more on smell than vision. The story was based on a News Bureau news release.
UF In The News Archive
Economist David Denslow Jr. was quoted in a June 23 St. Petersburg Times story about the choices of aging baby boomers between condominiums or retirement communities.
Shark expert George Burgess was quoted in a June 22 Associated Press story about a new study of how great white sharks attack.
Law professor Sharon Rush was quoted in a June 22 Orlando Sentinel story about the legal arguments over whether Florida must recognize another state’s adoption laws if they permit gays and lesbians to adopt children.
Dr. N. Lawrence Edwards, a professor of medicine, was quoted in a June 12 New York Times story about the rising incidence of gout among Americans.
Law professor Katheryn Russell-Brown was interviewed June 8 by National Public Radio about the pattern of white people who falsely claim black men have victimized them.
Law professor Katheryn Russell-Brown’s book “The Color of Crime” was cited by widely syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts in a June 3 column.
Zoologist Doug Levey was quoted in a June 9 Palm Beach Post story about his research into the behavior of mockingbirds. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.
Ecologist Ted Schuur was quoted in a June 9 U.S. News & World Report story about his research into how the thaw of the permafrost may increase carbon concentration in the atmosphere. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.
Dr. Michael Okun, a neurologist, and Dr. Kelly Foote, a neurosurgeon, were interviewed by CNN for a June 10 report on dystonia, a movement disorder affecting about 500,000 people in North America. UF’s McKnight Brain Institute is leading research in this area.