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Dr. Neu Receives AAP Neonatology Education Award

Josef Neu, M.D., Professor and Co-Director of the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program, was honored with the Avroy Fanaroff Neonatal Education Award at the 2023 American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting due to his career achievements, including 30 years as a fellowship program director.

Tech Tuesday: A Helpful Virus 

In this Tech Tuesday for WCJB TV20, UF Innovate’s Melanie Morón interviews Dr. Arun Srivastava from the University of Florida’s College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics who introduces us to a virus — the adeno-associated virus or AAV — that cures rather than infects. AAV has cured nine…

Minds and Machines

brandon zielinski md phd associate professor Addressing autism spectrum disorder.UF neuroscientists are studying autism in new ways, from Padilla-Coreano’s research to that of pediatric neurologist Brandon Zielinski, MD, PhD, who uses MRI to analyze the structure and function of brain networks as they develop. Zielinski investigates whether there is a developmental trajectory difference…

Dr. Shannon Boye Named Innovator of the Year

When selecting an Innovator of the Year, UF Innovate considers a researcher’s body of work and selects one who has made significant scientific contributions that have been licensed and taken to the marketplace, sometimes by the researcher launching a startup based on the discoveries. Dr. Shannon Boye is this year’s…

Arun Srivastava, PhD receives ‘Invention of the Year’ Award

https://youtu.be/zi2xkgU6OIc?si=Bp1c4Pj3Vb9amEG3&t=120 Each of the six licensing teams chooses one Invention of the Year. Out of the 300 technologies disclosed in fiscal year 2023, licensing officers select one within their portfolio that stands out to them as having great potential. The inventions selected this year range from next-generation gene vectors to…

Tech Tuesday: Gene Therapy

In this week’s Tech Tuesday, we meet Dr. Shannon Boye, a researcher at the University of Florida, who is working to use gene therapy to restore or improve vision for people with genetic disorders causing poor eyesight or even blindness.

Faculty & Staff Spotlight | Fall 2023

Leadership Michael Haller, MD Elected to UF College of Medicine Faculty Council for a three-year term:2023-2024 – President-Elect2024-2025 – President2025-2026 – Past-President         …