Faculty with the Miller School of Medicine and Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science will teach the interdisciplinary course.

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Teammates for life

When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.

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Teammates for life

When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.

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Teammates for life

When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.

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Teammates for life

When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.

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Hepatitis A on the rise in Florida

After a contagious viral infection of the liver, hepatitis A is spread through people-to-people contact or through contaminated food or water.

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Hepatitis A on the rise in Florida

After a contagious viral infection of the liver, hepatitis A is spread through people-to-people contact or through contaminated food or water.

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Hepatitis A on the rise in Florida

After a contagious viral infection of the liver, hepatitis A is spread through people-to-people contact or through contaminated food or water.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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Drawing on her strengths to support others

Graduate student Hilary Yip blended her knowledge of martial arts with her background in music therapy to help boys on the autism spectrum improve their coordination and confidence.

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Drawing on her strengths to support others

Graduate student Hilary Yip blended her knowledge of martial arts with her background in music therapy to help boys on the autism spectrum improve their coordination and confidence.

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Delivering health care in Ecuador

Sophomore Aloki Patel, a double major in Biology and Criminology in the pre-med track, spent spring break volunteering and learning about the local population in Tena, Ecuador.

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Delivering health care in Ecuador

Sophomore Aloki Patel, a double major in Biology and Criminology in the pre-med track, spent spring break volunteering and learning about the local population in Tena, Ecuador.

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Marijuana as medicine

With Florida lifting the ban on smokable medical marijuana, the nursing school’s Denise Vidot answers questions about the drug and what it’s used for.

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Building a healthy community

A University of Miami alumna is playing a leading role in Miami-Dade County to ensure public health.

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UHealth to open medical center in North Miami

Modeled after the Lennar Foundation Medical Center, the new facility will be located at SoLé Mia, the mixed-use development in North Miami.

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Inside UM’s comprehensive Zika Response Team

Miller School pediatric team monitors Zika-exposed infants for developmental delays.

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Inside UM’s comprehensive Zika Response Team

Miller School pediatric team monitors Zika-exposed infants for developmental delays.

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Vaccine validation

The conversation around the decision to vaccinate children becomes a pressing issue as the amount of outbreaks of illness grow in the U.S.

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Vaccine validation

The conversation around the decision to vaccinate children becomes a pressing issue as the amount of outbreaks of illness grow in the U.S.

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Providing help during a challenging crisis

UM public health experts try to help tackle Venezuela’s ongoing health care crisis.

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Providing help during a challenging crisis

UM public health experts try to help tackle Venezuela’s ongoing health care crisis.

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Research-based techniques can lead to smiles

Happiness and well-being scholar Tal Ben-Shahar is UM’s newest Distinguished Presidential Scholar.

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Research-based techniques can lead to smiles

Happiness and well-being scholar Tal Ben-Shahar is UM’s newest Distinguished Presidential Scholar.

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Assessing sunscreen ban in Key West

UM experts react to a new ban that prohibits people in Key West from using certain types of sunscreens that carry two chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs.

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Assessing sunscreen ban in Key West

UM experts react to a new ban that prohibits people in Key West from using certain types of sunscreens that carry two chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs.

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See-through fish aid scientists in autism-related breakthrough

A study by University of Miami biologists may help unravel the reasons for “tummy troubles.”

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See-through fish aid scientists in autism-related breakthrough

A study by University of Miami biologists may help unravel the reasons for “tummy troubles.”

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Taking it to heart

Alumnus and longtime employee Jesse Marks tells his personal story to raise awareness about heart disease, and to encourage others to keep themselves heart healthy.

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Taking it to heart

Alumnus and longtime employee Jesse Marks tells his personal story to raise awareness about heart disease, and to encourage others to keep themselves heart healthy.

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