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Research from the Frost School of Music provides insight into the importance of song for both mothers and infants.


Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.

Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.

Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.


It All Adds Up

UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.

It All Adds Up

UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.


Spotlight on Coral Bleaching

New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.


Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes

An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.


UMIA Celebrates New Name and New Home

With welcome remarks from Director Dr. Felicia Marie Knaul, Dean Leonidas Bachas, and President Julio Frenk, the Pick Hall location of the institute was officially inaugurated to become a research hub of the University on hemispheric issues.


New Needle Exchange Program Launches on World AIDS Day

The UM-led program is just the latest in the University’s arsenal of work and research to fight HIV/AIDS.


Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior

Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.


A Major Ocean Current Is Widening as Climate Warms

A UM Rosenstiel School Agulhas Current study has important implications for global climate.



Could a Pill Treat Concussions?

A $16 million grant to UM will fund cannabinoid research in hopes of discovering the first real treatment option for concussions.

Could a Pill Treat Concussions?

A $16 million grant to UM will fund cannabinoid research in hopes of discovering the first real treatment option for concussions.


UM Named Member of NSF-funded Consortium for Advancing Research Computing Practices

The National Science Foundation has awarded a consortium of 28 universities, which includes the University of Miami, a $750,000 grant to fund a Research Coordination Network.

UM Named Member of NSF-funded Consortium for Advancing Research Computing Practices

The National Science Foundation has awarded a consortium of 28 universities, which includes the University of Miami, a $750,000 grant to fund a Research Coordination Network.



Discovering the Unknown About Turtles

UM researchers study a unique ecology in coastal Colombia that hosts large numbers of sea turtles during a growth period that has remained a mystery to experts.

Discovering the Unknown About Turtles

UM researchers study a unique ecology in coastal Colombia that hosts large numbers of sea turtles during a growth period that has remained a mystery to experts.


FDA Commissioner Sees a Future Where Gene-Editing Will Cure Disease

Robert M. Califf delivers keynote address at UM-sponsored clinical trials symposium

FDA Commissioner Sees a Future Where Gene-Editing Will Cure Disease

Robert M. Califf delivers keynote address at UM-sponsored clinical trials symposium



UM Scientists Conduct “Drift Card” Experiment in Biscayne Bay

Miami’s community joins together to minimize water pollution

UM Scientists Conduct “Drift Card” Experiment in Biscayne Bay

Miami’s community joins together to minimize water pollution


UM Hosts Panel Discussion on Zika

Forum addresses research priorities, clinical care, and public health challenges of the virus

UM Hosts Panel Discussion on Zika

Forum addresses research priorities, clinical care, and public health challenges of the virus


Dangerous Assignments: How Journalists Stay Alive in Mexico

A first-of-its-kind study by a University of Miami professor and others has examined the tactics used by Mexican journalists to avoid being killed due to the stories they cover.

Dangerous Assignments: How Journalists Stay Alive in Mexico

A first-of-its-kind study by a University of Miami professor and others has examined the tactics used by Mexican journalists to avoid being killed due to the stories they cover.


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