A grant from the UF president's strategic funding initiative supports breast cancer screening services where access is limited
A new artificial intelligence computer program created by researchers at the University of Florida and NVIDIA can generate doctors’ notes so well that two physicians couldn’t tell the difference, according to an early study from both groups.
Machine learning algorithms designed to diagnose a common infection that affects women showed a diagnostic bias among ethnic groups, University of Florida researchers found.
The College of Medicine - Jacksonville receives special UF funding to help establish the Center for Convening Transformative Care
With support from the UF strategic funding initiative, a state-of-the-art, AI-enabled digital imaging platform will be developed to collect, collate, and analyze patient data.
UF is making a major impact in Jacksonville, graduating a growing number of nursing students who are fulfilling the city’s critical health care needs.
Exercise in a pill might be a little closer to reality with new research.
More than half of American adults have been recently exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke – and the vast majority of them were unaware, according to new research.
New field guide offers roadmap for "prescribing" creative activities to help improve a patient's well-being
The hospital is one of fewer than 20 in the nation to earn the distinction.
The hospital had five adult patient care specialities highly ranked
Although diagnosis is inconsistent, as many as 8 million people worldwide are estimated to have sickle cell disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 100,000 Americans are living with the condition, which occurs in about 1 out of every 365 Black or African American births.
UF Health Shands Hospital has been recognized for the high level of care it provides for women through pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum care.
The University of Florida Health Cancer Center has received prestigious designation from the National Cancer Institute.
A University of Florida doctor is highlighting the benefits of exercise for mental health. Dr. Jay Clugston, who specializes in concussion research, has found that athletes with previous mental health conditions recover differently than those without, and athletes with multiple concussions increase their risk for mental health conditions in the future.