Creepy-crawly science

Some partners in scientific discovery have six legs, or no legs at all. Through these invaluable invertebrates, UF Health researchers are learning about the human brain and body, new ways to combat old diseases and how to cure the incurable. Illustration by Carlos Campos

November 2013

The consummate teacher

For 30 years, Richard Davidson has been a leader in education at UF Health.

A virus with nine lives

The feline AIDS virus could help researchers develop a vaccine for human AIDS

Research gets nutty

What can peanut butter tell you about Alzheimer’s risk?

Partners in health

UF Health has launched a new M.P.H./M.B.A. program