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University of Florida researchers have received a grant to develop a device that not only monitors preemies’ fragile brains, but also detects intraventricular bleeding as soon as it starts.Read More
UF teams with company to advance gene therapy treatmentsSeptember 26, 2013 1
UF researcher aims to improve pediatric liver cancer treatmentOctober 23, 2012 2
UF researchers developing device to detect brain bleeding in pre-term infantsSeptember 27, 2012 3
University of Florida researchers have received a grant to develop a device that not only monitors preemies’ fragile brains, but also detects intraventricular bleeding as soon as it starts.
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A biotechnology company has raised $30 million to advance gene therapy treatments developed at the University of Florida Powell Gene Therapy Center.
The University of Florida Department of Pediatrics’ residents and fellows accomplished remarkable research activity in 2012. Achievements of the 70 housestaff members included 80 local presentations, 24 regional or national […]
Controlling Type 1 diabetes is no easy task. That’s why Dr. Desmond Schatz, professor and associate chair of pediatrics at the UF College of Medicine, takes a team approach to […]
from Dr. Nicole Paradise-Black That would be 3 AAP CATCH grants obtained by our residents this cycle!!! There were over 100 applications and only about 23 awarded this cycle. Three […]