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Chandylen Nightingale Successfully Defends Dissertation

Chandylen Nightingale recently defended her dissertation and will start a postdoctoral fellowship at Wake Forest School of Medicine in the fall. A life-long gator, Chandy received her B.S. in psychology […]


BSCH Builds

BSCH students, faculty and staff braved the rain Saturday morning to assist the Northeast Florida Center for Independent Living (CIL) in building a wooden deck and wheelchair ramp. The project is […]


Hart Delivers Keynote Address at Statewide Education Conference

Dr. Mark Hart, Research Assistant Scientist in BSCH, recently delivered the keynote address as well as hosted a breakout session at the Statewide Department of Education Conference. The conference, held in […]

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Celebrating Dr. Curbow

Celebrating Dr. Curbow

After 8 years at the University of Florida, Dr. Barbara Curbow has accepted a Chair Position at the University of Maryland set to begin July 1, 2014.  Dr. Curbow was […]

Nicole Cranley

2014 Shands at UF Auxiliary Scholar

Nicole Cranley was recently awarded the Shands at UF Auxiliary Scholarship. The award is given annually to graduate students, professional students and undergraduate juniors and seniors within UF’s College of […]

Haiti Group

BSCH Doctoral Student Volunteers in Haiti

Doctoral student Jessie King spent part of her summer break volunteering alongside fifteen other UF students in Haiti. The group traveled to Jacmel, Haiti for ten days to assist local […]

Health in a Heartbeat

Disinfection byproducts in pools

People love to jump into swimming pools to get a little relief from the heat. Contrast that with a different way people relieve themselves, which involves modern plumbing and closed doors. But what...

Errors at outpatient clinics

You depend on your doctor to help you understand your health and identify medical problems that arise. While your physician probably does her best, no one is perfect. What happens when your doctor...

Oil pulling: Ancient answer or old-school hoax?

A 5,000-year-old Indian medical remedy is making news as a possible tool to improve a variety of ailments. Oil pulling is a technique where you swish a tablespoon of vegetable oil — like sunflower...

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