AI, combined with MRI scans of the brain, may be able to predict whether people with early memory loss will go on to develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
Erta Cenko received the Alec Courtelis Award and several graduate students received certificates of outstanding achievement.
Reconstructing the early unnoticed spread of COVID-19 offers important insights to help countries prepare for future outbreaks.
Patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 were 233% more likely to die within a year after infection than patients who tested negative.
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The UF International Center has recognized Dr. Elizabeth Wood as the 2021 Junior Faculty International Educator of the Year.
Researchers have detected past instances of people becoming infected with a type of coronavirus that was thought only to be found in pigs.
A clinical trial is underway to determine if mosquitoes that harbor an infection-blocking bacteria can help break the transmission cycle of certain viral diseases to people.
The CDC has authorized use of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine in children ages 5 to 11. Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen discusses what parents should know about the vaccine.
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