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UF team takes fourth place at Emory Global Health Case Competition

The team developed a plan to respond to a hypothetical outbreak of coronavirus at a FIFA World Cup tournament.

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Toxic cholera bacteria flourish after heavy rains and persist at other times

The study by Dr. Shrestha Sinha-Ray and Dr. Afsar Ali gives insight into how cholera bacteria survive in nature. Photo: CDC

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UF receives $8.7 million to improve nutritional quality, food safety in Ethiopia, Burkina Faso

Dr. Sarah McKune and colleagues will lead a project focused on chronic gut inflammation among children in Ethiopia.

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UF receives $8.7 million to improve nutritional quality, food safety in Ethiopia, Burkina Faso

March 12, 2018

Dr. Sarah McKune and colleagues will lead a project focused on chronic gut inflammation among children in Ethiopia.

Zika virus likely transmitted through breast milk, report finds

February 23, 2018

A study by Dr. John Lednicky provides further evidence of Zika virus transmission through breast milk.

PHHP Diversity Day 2018

January 29, 2018

PHHP will host its annual Diversity Day on Thursday, Feb. 8 at the HPNP Complex. The theme is “Culture, Religion and Health: Muslim Perspectives.”

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