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With NIH grant and new team members, PeCAN expands clinical reach and advances research With NIH grant and new team members, PeCAN expands clinical reach and advances research

Nov 23rd, 2020

With support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through a leadership grant recently awarded to Catherine Price, PhD, and matching pilot funding support from UF, the Perioperative Cognitive Anesthesia Network (PeCAN) is now expanding its integrated approach to perioperative cognitive care. The overall goal is to make UF Health a flagship institution in the…

Drs. Reynolds and Vasilopoulos to present at Research Reproducibility 2020 Drs. Reynolds and Vasilopoulos to present at Research Reproducibility 2020

Nov 18th, 2020

Two members of our department’s STatistics in Anesthesiology Research (STAR) Core will be presenting at the virtual Research Reproducibility 2020: Educating for Reproducibility conference from Dec. 2 to 3. The free conference is geared toward anyone interested in research reproducibility and training approaches, including educators in higher education, K-12, and professional development; principal investigators and…

Drs. Reina and Rosenberg named courtesy professors Drs. Reina and Rosenberg named courtesy professors

Oct 28th, 2020

Our department has announced the appointments of Miguel A. Reina, MD, PhD, and Henry Rosenberg, MD, as Courtesy Professors effective Oct. 1 through Sept. 30, 2021. Dr. Reina has been a Professor of Anesthesiology in the School of Medicine at the University CEU San Pablo since 2009. He has been leading research regarding the microanatomy…

UF team receives NIH funding to refine genetic markers in malignant hyperthermia UF team receives NIH funding to refine genetic markers in malignant hyperthermia

Oct 22nd, 2020

With funding and in collaboration with a group from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a team of UF researchers is working to refine the genetic markers of malignant hyperthermia (MH) using whole exome sequencing.   Ultimately, the project aims to make a genetic analysis a more reliable way to diagnose a person’s genetic susceptibility to malignant hyperthermia (MH), which is a potentially lethal response to…


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