The granting of tenure signifies that scientists have made a series of substantive and creative contributions to their field of study, and demonstrated a high likelihood of continued excellence and increasing research productivity.
Two new studies show preterm births and obesity-related liver disease both improve after treatment with this antibody.
Ten graduate students who completed their doctoral studies on The Herbert Wertheim UF Scripps Institute for Biomedical Innovation & Technology campus in Jupiter were honored today, Friday, May 19, during Scripps Research’s 31st Commencement Ceremony in La Jolla, California. Hosted by the Skaggs Graduate School…
It was the first major scientific conference at the institute since the pandemic began, and so researchers relished the opportunity to share recent work and reconnect.
The protein called p32 might provide a potential target for drugs that keep HIV dormant and harmless. It was discovered by Susana Valente, Ph.D.
Joe G.N. “Skip” Garcia, M.D., a member of the National Academy of Medicine, has been named associate VP for research at UF Health. He will be based at UF Scripps in Jupiter, Florida.
Two scientists at UF Scripps have been recognized with "Invention of the Year" awards from UF Innovate. Read about their inventions.
The nation’s medicine chest needs more options for treating dangerous viral diseases. UF Scripps scientists will receive an estimated $15 million to join in a massive federal effort to develop new medicines against COVID and other viruses.
The scientists have devised a way to lock HIV in its dormant stage. Now they want to throw away the key.
Study reveals how T cells in the small intestine respond to bile acids, offering localized treatment direction for a cause of chronic illness.