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Catching up with John Saxon, Emeritus Faculty

  “Retirement is good.” This is Dr. John Saxon’s reply to an inquiry from our web team about how he has been since his retirement from his faculty position in […]

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Dr. Giselle Carnaby, Mentor for “Pathways”

Dr. Giselle Carnaby, Associate Professor in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH) recently received an award for her scientific presentation at the International Dysphagia Research Society (DRS) […]

Asia Stryker

Getting to Know Asia Stryker, BSCH Office Assistant and More

Meet Asia Stryker- one of the essential staff members in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH) who keeps daily operations running smoothly, but with an added dash […]

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Dr. Alba Amaya-Burns, International Observer

Dr. Alba Amaya-Burns was invited to be an international observer of the presidential elections in El Salvador on February 2nd. She and other observers from the United States as well […]

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MPH Student Completing Internship with UF Health Pediatric Pulmonary Center

Holley Hooks, MPH Student in the Social and Behavioral Sciences track, is currently completing an internship with the Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PPC) at UF Health in their trainee program. With […]

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Students Present Research at APOS Conference

BSCH Doctoral students, Nicole Cranley and Chandylen Nightingale, were awarded podium presentations at the 2014 11th Annual American Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference. Cranley presented research conducted under her mentor, Dr. […]

Health in a Heartbeat

Total smoking bans linked to more quitting smoking

There’s nothing pretty about smoking cigarettes. For decades studies have linked the habit to a host of conditions, from cardiovascular disease to cancer to low birth weight. Even for those who...

Office air could make you sick

You’ve probably heard the news about the link between job stress and heart disease and how too much sitting can increase your risk of death. Some bosses can be a real pain, and then there are toxic...

Diagnosis by laser

It’s something even the Jetsons couldn’t predict: Researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed a laser that can diagnose diseases. Researchers say the laser could potentially detect...

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