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Christopher R. Cogle, M.D. and Peter P. Sayeski, Ph.D.

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Christopher Cogle, M.D., associate professor of medicine, division hematology and oncology, UF College of Medicine and Peter Sayeski, Ph.D., associate professor, department of physiology and functional genomics, UF College of Medicine. (Photo by Maria Farias/University of Florida)

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Potential new drug treats blood disorders by halting overproduction of blood cells

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Tylers Hope

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Richard A. Staab, president of Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure (center), talks about the partnerships needed to cure dystonia, the third most common movement disorder in the United States. He announced a $1 million gift to the University of Florida from Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure. Alongside him (from left) are Rachelle Stephen, program coordinator for UF’s Tyler’s Hope Center for a Dystonia Cure; Ramon Rodriguez, M.D., director of the Movement Disorders Clinic; Yuqing Li, Ph.D., a researcher at the Tyler’s Hope Dystonia Research Laboratory; and Michael Okun, M.D., co-director of the UF Movement Disorders Center. The event was held Monday, Feb. 21, at the UF Health Science Center. (Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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$1 million from ‘Tyler’s Hope’ helps UF tackle disabling brain disorder

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Tylers Hope

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Tyler Staab (center) and his sister, Samantha (left), smile while meeting members of the research and medical team that will lead an effort to cure dystonia. (Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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Erik Black and Lindsay Thompson

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Erik Black, Ph.D., an assistant professor of pediatrics with the UF College of Medicine, and Lindsay Thompson, M.D., an assistant professor of pediatrics in the College of Medicine.

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Patient privacy should be respected abroad and online

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Steven N. Hochwald, M.D., Stephen Grobmyer, M.D., Luke Gutwein, M.D.

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Dr. Steven N. Hochwald, Dr. Stephen Grobmyer and Dr. Luke Gutwein from the UF College of Medicine’s department of surgery were among a group of researchers who discovered that open surgical biopsies — a surgical procedure to test for breast cancer — are overused in Florida. The findings in the American Journal of Surgery say a less invasive need biopsy may be more appropriate in some of these cases. (Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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UF researchers find surgical breast biopsies overused in Florida

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Community Health Workers Workshop

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Community Health Workers Training and Research Institute grant recipients Cynthia Harris, Ph.D. of Florida A & M University, Carolyn Tucker, Ph.D., of University of Florida, Alma Dixon, Ed.D., of Bethune-Cookman University and Folakemi T. Odedina, Ph.D., of UF. ( Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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UF, Florida A&M launch institute to promote better health, job training

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Todd Golde, MD, Ph. D

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Todd Golde, MD, Ph. D talks with Ph. D student June Jung in his lab, Jan. 24, 2011.

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Course correction needed for Alzheimer’s therapies, experts warn

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Brent Reynolds, Ph.D.

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Brent Reynolds, Ph.D., associate professor of neurosurgery (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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