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Only student to win cancer moonshot award for implementation science

The very ambitious Miranda Reid, a student physician-scientist in the College of Medicine’s Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) at the University of Florida, recently won one of this year’s four awards from the National Cancer Institute in support of implementation science.

UF College of Medicine hosts second annual AI4Health conference

The second annual AI4Health: Improving Health Through Artificial Intelligence conference was held April 22-24 at the Disney Yacht Club in Orlando, showcasing the most recent research in medical AI and providing a forum for researchers to discuss its implications for improving health.

Medicaid should cover donor breast milk for vulnerable infants

One of the leading causes of death is necrotizing enterocolitis. An inflammatory disease of the gut, necrotizing enterocolitis can kill up to 40% of the smallest — and most vulnerable — babies. Those who survive can face lifelong complications.

UF researchers host summit on end-of-life care

UF Health Cancer Center members Carma Bylund, Ph.D., a professor in the department of health outcomes and biomedical informatics, and Susan Bluck, Ph.D., a lifespan developmental psychologist and gerontologist in the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ department of psychology, recently co-hosted a summit at UF that delved into the science of how people care for one another, particularly at the end of life.