A New Era for Biomedical Research
The scenic Jupiter, Florida campus of UF Scripps Biomedical Research encompasses three buildings on 30 lush acres within Palm Beach County’s innovation corridor. Here hundreds of leading scientists and students explore the biochemical underpinnings of health and disease. Empowered with state-of-the-art drug discovery resources, they don’t just study causes of illness, they work to find new treatments.
UF Scripps scientists as well as outside researchers have access to advanced instrumentation and technologies based at our Jupiter, Florida campus.
Have a passion for scientific discovery? Join our collaborative team in Jupiter, Florida and start changing the world.
Today, researchers who not only probe and discover basic biology and the causes of disease, but also search for and advance potential treatments, are proud to continue our founders’ legacy on the UF Scripps campus.
Thanks to the generosity of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust, UF Scripps and the Skaggs Graduate School at Scripps Research offer a nine-week internship for juniors and seniors from Palm Beach and Martin counties.
Thought-provoking seminars. Convivial gatherings. Informative talks. See what’s happening at our Jupiter, Florida campus.
UF Scripps Chemist Matthew Disney and student Alicia Angelbello devised a way to potentially treat a type of muscular dystrophy, MD1.
From groundbreaking research to first-in-class drugs, our scientists blaze a trail of innovation. UF Innovate is the place to license these inventions.
When you partner with scientists at UF Scripps, you empower curiosity-driven discovery and science education in your community.
UF Scripps News
Effective April 2, the Florida campus of Scripps Research is integrated with the University of Florida’s academic health center as UF Scripps Biomedical Research.
When a virus infects a cell, it has one goal: hijack the cell’s protein-building systems to make new copies of itself. Biochemist James M. Burke…
Ciaran Seath, Ph.D. studies protein interactions in cells, using light to better understand disease and the effects of medications. He is joining the…
The nation’s medicine chest needs more options for treating dangerous viral diseases. UF Scripps scientists will receive an estimated $15 million…