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.
Brianna Costales, Ph.D. and Dawai Guan, M.S. earned degrees in summer 2022.
The new cohort includes 10 Ph.D. and master's students from seven countries.
Brown was approved for tenure and promoted to associate professor.
A study published in JAMA Health Forum examined buprenorphine use among more than one million Medicaid patients in California and Illinois.
The UF College of Pharmacy secured a record $32.3 million in research funding last year.
As Director of Academics, Shao will organize CHPAMS’ annual conference and develop two webinar series focused on introducing advanced methods in health economics and health services research and issues-driven research topics.
Graduate student Seonkyeong Yang's research was featured in this Neurology Today story.
The honor recognizes individuals whose original research reflects new and relevant insights in geriatrics and who are committed to a career in aging research.