UF researcher leads study to understand why more men die from COVID-19 than women.
A national committee that includes a prominent University of Florida physician has recommended to federal and world leaders a four-phase approach to fairly allocate COVID-19 vaccines when they become available.
UF CJC today announced it has received a $30,000 grant from Lumina Foundation to study the financial state of college newspapers during COVID-19.
Innovative coronavirus research underway at UF Health Jacksonville.
UF researchers ask how knowledge, attitudes and behaviors regarding the COVID-19 pandemic may affect infection rates, and the mental health, of children and their parents.
A team of researchers at the University of Florida are using mathematical models to evaluate the impact of current and future COVID-19 interventions.
Infectious disease modeler and biostatistician Ira Longini is applying decades of experience to help design and analyze clinical trials to identify a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.
Center for Arts, Migration, and Entrepreneurship affiliate faculty developed the Virtual Creative Arts Academy.
As laborers return to the fields this fall in Florida, both unauthorized workers and those authorized to plant and pick crops through a guest worker visa are vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Students, staff and faculty get swabbed to check for potential COVID-19 infections. Beneath their feet, another testing system churns away, searching for the virus in UF’s wastewater.
This is a chart analysis using the same data from the previous COVID-19 paper1 to focus specifically on the state of Florida and further focus on selected metropolitan areas.
Which global distribution strategy for a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine will save the most lives?