The tissue chips are part of a study examining muscle biology in microgravity.
The article is titled, “Epigenetic signature of N-terminal acetyltransferases: a probable mediator of immune and neuropathogenesis in HIV infection.”
The article is titled, “HIV-1 Tat and cocaine impact astrocytic energy reservoirs and epigenetic regulation by influencing the…
Discover the UF Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program and learn about our comprehensive and collaborative research training among the five departments.
Do you have the drive and determination to discover greatness? Whether in the lab, the clinic or through big data, you’re on a journey of asking questions – lots of them – to find answers.
Graduate students Sarthak Singhal and Yalun Tan are young scientists studying how the brain functions from a cellular and behavioral level.
A four-year study aims to identify the patient groups who would benefit most from newer glucose-lowering drugs.
The project aims to identify barriers and facilitators to the enrollment and completion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program and evaluate its long-term effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.
Dr. John Gums will help the college through the transition period until a new dean is named.
The research will focus on marine organisms with exceptional biosynthetic potential, employing genomic and chemical approaches.