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UF Health researcher co-leading landmark study on autism’s role in aging

While the number of adults affected by autism is growing, very little is known about the way the condition is impacted by aging. Now, a University of Florida Health researcher and his colleagues are launching one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of what happens to autistic…

Meet New Pediatric Neurology Division Chief

UF Division of Pediatric Neurology welcomes new Division Chief,  Dr. Brandon Zielinski, MD, PhD.  He is board certified in neurology and psychiatry with a special qualification in pediatric neurology.  His research interests include both basic as well as clinical/translational neuroscience. We are pleased and excited to have…

Algorithm optimizes antibiotic use in settings with poor hygiene and sanitation

In developing countries, inappropriate antibiotic use is a persistent, difficult challenge. An international group of scientists that includes investigators from Bangladesh, Mali, and the United States have a solution: an artificial intelligence-driven tool that uses an algorithm to estimate the probability a case of diarrhea is caused by…

UF asthma research for teens

A new study at UF seeks to improve the health of teenagers ages 12 – 15 with asthma. If your teen has asthma, they may qualify for this study. Click the link below to learn more. Compensation provided. https://aim2act.phhp.ufl.edu/…