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September 14, 2015
Many people lost their sense of smell weeks ago. They’re still waiting for it to come back
Joseph A. Tyndall, professor and interim dean of UF Medicine , co-authored an opinion piece in USA Today on health disparities and coronavirus.
EPI Delivers: High Capacity COVID-19 Testing Lab Built in 10 Days
A group of researchers, students and lab technicians across campus came together and built a high throughput testing lab in the Emerging Pathogens Institute in just 10 days.
UF-inspired cooperative brings virtual rounds to veterinary students at several campuses
Alex Fox-Alvarez leads online small group rounds with UF veterinary students on the surgery clinical clerkship who now required to learn remotely.
Optimism Is Less Distant as Global Coronavirus Battle Rages On
UF scientist says drastic shifts in behavior appear to be having an effect in the pandemic, though they say the death toll will continue to mount and caution against drawing any sweeping conclusions.
Juggling classes, research, UF students join the fight against COVID-19
Thirty UF faculty members and students answered the call when the state of Florida needed to drastically boost the number of epidemiologists working with health departments around the state.
Hoarding during the coronavirus isn’t just unnecessary, it’s ethically wrong
UF Associate Professor of Philosophy discusses ethical actions in difficult circumstances.
UF Health researcher explains new challenges to testing treatments during an outbreak
A UF team of infectious disease experts propose a core protocol for such vaccination trials.
UF Researchers Donate Gear for Rescuers, Healthcare Workers
With their studies all but shut down during the COVID-19 outbreak, UF/IFAS researchers in Balm are turning their attention to helping fight the coronavirus.
Early findings from COVID-19 testing in The Villages® encouraging; experts urge vigilance
A team of volunteer UF Health medical professionals together with personnel from The Villages Health primary care network evaluated 2,280 people.
6 things you can do to cope with boredom at a time of social distancing
UF social psychologist says being at home at a time of social distancing can set in a feeling of boredom
Is the loss of your sense of smell and taste an early sign of COVID-19?
The director of the University of Florida’s Center for Smell and Taste and the co-director of the UF Health Smell Disorders Program answer questions about this emerging trend.
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