Processed Foods May Hold Key to Rise in Autism
In the lab, UCF scientists found exposing neural stem cells to excessive PPA damages brain cells in several ways.
Class of 2019 graduate Lindsey Warner reflects on why in the middle of medical school he decided to transition from being female to male.
Final Beam Installed at UCF Lake Nona Medical Center
Progress continues to be made on the university’s teaching hospital in partnership with HCA Healthcare, which is slated to open by the end of 2020.
Founding Dean Named for UCF College of Health Professions and Sciences
Christopher D. Ingersoll, the University of Toledo’s vice provost for Health Sciences Affairs and dean of the College of Health and Human Services, will start at UCF on Aug. 1.
UCF’s Highest-achieving Students are Making an Impact through Research
Several of the 2019 Order of Pegasus honorees have studied fields as diverse as tidal flooding, migraine headaches, plastic pollution and other topics.
Can The Brain Help Heal The Heart?
A UCF College of Medicine scientist is advancing research on how neurons in the heart communicate with the brain in hopes of using those messages to repair cardiac disease.
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