Dr. Lela Llorens' gift of a spider plant has lasted a lifetime.
Burket is recognized for his work in values-based care, as well as for positively impacting his community and The Gator Nation.
Bob Levenson and Grace Dunlevy work with the PHHP department of occupational therapy to fund cooperative program for adults with disabilities at the Transitions Life Center.
Carlton reflects on his UF experience and shares insights.
The College of Public Health and Health Professions recognized seven alumni whose accomplishments represent the highest levels of achievement.
Cartagena is helping establish the Yale psycho-oncology program.
Dr. Tana Carson’s dream is to have every university teaching this swim program for students with autism. (Photo courtesy of iCan Swim)
Zach Lowenstein, M.P.H., is leading a federal initiative in wastewater management to protect the public health of at-risk communities.
Novelist and alumna Dr. Roberta Isleib provides her suggestions for a great summer read.
Public health practitioners and UF M.P.H. alumnae celebrate a shared dedication to the field of epidemiology, engaging in a legacy of mentorship that spans years