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Trisha Patel led work to design and validate a timed pressure distension device

Trishna Patel March 2021: Three undergraduates, Trishna Patel, Jame Hendren, and Nathan Lee, from the lab of Aaron Mickle, published a manuscript in HardwareX describing a lab-built and designed a timed pressure distension device. Jamie Hendren (CE) and Nathan Lee (CS) developed and tested the software. Trishan (BME)…

Emily Collins, an undergraduate in Animal Sciences, was the co-first author on work describing the impact of repeated cholinergic stimulation on airway physiology

June 2020. Emily Collins, an undergraduate in Animal Sciences,  was the co-first author on work describing the impact of repeated cholinergic stimulation on airway physiology. Other contributing undergraduates include Maria Valentina Guevara, Laura Bravo, and Veronica Schurmann. Liao YSJ#, Collins EN#, Guevara MV, Schurmann V, Atanasova KR, Bravo L,…

Maria Valentina Guevara, an undergraduate in Chemical Engineering, was co-first author on work describing the impact of repeated aid exposure on mucus transport in the airway

March 2020. Maria Valentina Guevara, an undergraduate in Chemical Engineering, was co-first author on work describing the impact of repeated aid exposure on mucus transport in the airway. Other contributing undergraduates include Emily Collins, Kevin Vogt, Laura Bravo, and Veronica Schurmann. Liao YSJ#, Kuan SP#,…

Toward safer touchscreens

In this new video, UF researchers, part of a transnational team studying risk associated with next-generation computer technology. describe exciting findings that may lead to safer touchscreens.

CRISPR Technology

Research with CRISPR technology at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine has opened the door to studying any organism imaginable.

Welcome, Dr. Bowden, our newest Assistant Professor

Dr. John Bowden previously worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Charleston, SC. His specialty is analytical toxicology, and his major research interest is in the use of mass spectrometry for toxicological analysis.

The CRISPR Revolution

A new technology is changing the face – and pace – of cell science with gene modification. A year or so ago, University of Florida toxicologist Chris Vulpe started getting calls, first from one colleague, then another, and another. They had an idea and wanted to use CRISPR…

UF researchers link brain communication to immune response in the gut

Scientists at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine have linked brain communication to immune system response in the gut, a finding that could have implications for the treatment of many immune and neurologic diseases as well as for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.

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Animal Airwaves is a daily radio series that features one-minute segments relating to animal health, ranging from insights into animal behavior to veterinary patient care breakthroughs and trends.

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