The Earth spans 24,859.82 miles from pole to pole. Before long, the reach of UF Health will too. No longer limited to solely serving Gainesville, the state or even the nation, more UF Health educators, researchers and students are working in the global community than ever before, solving global health problems and exchanging knowledge that will benefit the health of people at home and across the world.
Mary Peoples-Sheps recently retired from her role as senior associate dean for public health after 10 years, but colleagues say her legacy at UF will long linger.
Can babies learn in the womb? a UF researcher’s study provides interesting answers to that question.
After two months of treatment followed by rehabilitation, a bald eagle named Roosevelt was released back into the wild.
Cheryl and Dwayne Cole celebrated their 21st anniversary at UF Health Jacksonville, the place where Dwayne’s life was saved.