May 21st, 2018
Sailfin mollies, orange chromide, roundtail paradisefish—these are just a few of the colorful (and colorfully named) ornamental fish varieties potentially susceptible to megalocytiviruses (MCVs), a genus of viruses that can […]
Apr 8th, 2018
Mar 29th, 2018
Rheumatology Advisor talks with Dr. Nguyen about the underlying mechanism of the auto-immune condition Sjögren’s syndrome.
Mar 1st, 2018
Dr. Mary Brown’s recent research explores a rare genetic mutation that causes resistance to the quinolone antibiotic levofloxacin in a bacterium associated with urinary tract infections
Feb 21st, 2018
ID&I faculty, staff, and students were out in force at this year’s North Florida Marine Science Symposium. The gathering, which brought together researchers from regional institutions at UF’s Whitney Laboratory […]
Feb 2nd, 2018
Dr. Jobin is featured in a New York Times “Health” section article titled, “Gut Microbes Combine to Cause Colon Cancer, Study Suggest.” Dr. Jobin studies of bacteria in the gastrointestinal […]
Jan 5th, 2018
Dec 21st, 2017
Jun 30th, 2017
Dr. Daniel R. Brown, Interim Chair of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, outlines the evolution of the department and reiterates its mission.
Jun 27th, 2017
Dr. Dame elucidates the potential importance of a new rapid diagnostic test for asymptomatic malaria infection and offers a global perspective on its possible role in the fight against malaria.