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More than 30 high school and undergraduate students interned at UF Scripps during the summer of 2022, learning wet lab skills, data science and molecular biology, all thanks to the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust and the National Science Foundation.
UF Scripps has openings in its Facilities and Security divisions for individuals with experience in utilities, general maintenance and security.
A trailblazing scientist targets ALS, myotonic dystrophy, Parkinson’s, metastatic breast cancer, viral diseases and more by attacking key RNA, preventing disease-causing genes from being expressed in the first place.
Learning and practicing assertive communication skills could improve your relationships with family, friends, and colleagues.
A Q&A about interning at UF Scripps with Katrin Karbstein, Ph.D., professor of integrative structural and computational biology.
You can't change the fact that highly stressful events happen, but you can change how you interpret and respond to these events.
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, Ph.D. has joined the molecular medicine department at UF Scripps to advance studies of viral infection and innate immunity.
Ciaran Seath, Ph.D. studies protein interactions in cells, using light to better understand disease and the effects of medications. He is joining the UF Scripps Chemistry Department. Promising new drugs sometimes fail when they reach clinical trials despite strong early data. A new scientist joining UF Scripps Biomedical Research aims…
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.