The University of Florida dedicated the College of Public Health and Health Professions historical marker at a ceremony Oct. 14. The marker recognizes the accomplishments of founding dean Darrel Mase and the college’s distinction as the first of its kind located within an academic health center.

The dedication ceremony speakers pose with the newest UF historical marker: Kelly McKibben, president of the UF Alumni Association; Dr. Joseph Glover, UF provost and senior vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Richard Gutekunst, dean emeritus; and Dr. Michael G. Perri, dean of the college. Photo by Maria Belen Farias.
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Winter 2012

The next generation of rehab experts

The Rehabilitation Research Career Development Program supports occupational and physical therapy scholars who are training to become independent investigators and leaders in rehabilitation research.

Recovery, by the book

A new book club for people with language problems caused by stroke and other illnesses offers participants the opportunity to express themselves in a safe, fun environment.

Researchers map the global spread of drug-resistant influenza

Dr. Ira Longini is among a team of researchers who explain how seasonal H1N1 influenza became resistant to oseltamivir, otherwise known as Tamiflu, the most widely used antiviral agent for treating and preventing flu.

PHHP alumni reunion 2011

PHHP Alumni Reunion was a huge success! Guests had the opportunity to catch up with former classmates and professors and attend the Outstanding Alumni Awards ceremony.

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