We are very pleased to announce the Psychiatry Residency Program’s successful outcome in this year’s Match. The resulting incoming class is an impressive group of interns for the upcoming academic year. We look forward to welcoming them in late June.
As we are encouraged to engage in social distancing during the coronavirus crisis, how do we stay engaged with our elderly friends and family members? In this short video, University of Florida experts discuss different methods to stay connected in the absence of in-person visits.
Experts at COARD discuss how to identify unhealthy anxiety and provide tips on how to manage it.
Drs. McNamara and Bartle-Harrera offer Good Housekeeping readers some advice on managing coronavirus anxiety.
The annual research poster session is a wonderful opportunity for us to reflect on the strength of our research programs and appreciate the breadth, quality, and merit of the science conducted within the College. This event reminds us that it is through discovery and the impact of our research that…
University of Florida Health today cut the ribbon on its new Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment, a multidisciplinary, collaborative facility that will provide specialized care and resources to children and adults with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families.
Addiction Medicine Fellow, Dr. Ron Mejzak, traveled to Tallahassee on behalf of the Florida Society for Addiction Medicine (FSAM) to speak on HB939, which would strengthen federal parity law enforcement in Florida for insurance parity for mental health and substance use disorder.
Join us on February 20th at 2:30pm for the Ribbon Cutting at the new UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment …
A new study by University of Florida researchers published in Nature Molecular Psychiatry demonstrates a novel biomarker tool designed to help identify depression via an artificial intelligence machine-learning technique analyzing gut-brain relationships using gut microbiome DNA.
Come join Quiet time at the Zoo for Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo’s first sensory inclusive event, September 28th, 9:00 – 11:00 am. Quiet Time at the Zoo will include interactive sensory stations and quiet zones, animal encounters, keeper talks, training demonstrations, food trucks and community resources for individuals…