Science & Health

FIU ‘Medical City’ at MIA

The Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine has been invited by Odebrecht USA to participate in the development and design of […]

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Dr. Garth Graham ’97, deputy assistant secretary for minority health, to speak about challenges and opportunities in health reform

Dr. Garth Graham ’97, deputy assistant secretary for minority health, to speak about challenges and opportunities in health reform

Dr. Garth Graham, Department of Health and Human Services’ deputy assistant secretary of minority health, will speak at FIU Oct. […]

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Student lands unique Microsoft internship, helps launch Windows 7

By Melissa Saegert Elicker Texting. E-mail. Twitter and Facebook. These communications and social media tools have fast become an integral […]

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FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine and Jackson International host doctors from around the globe to learn about innovative liver cancer treatment

Saturday, October 24, 2009 WHAT: Florida International University (FIU) and Jackson International host a “Radiomicrosphere Therapy” symposium, that brings together […]

Director of SERC to serve on Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council

Director of SERC to serve on Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council

Joseph N. Boyer, director of the Southeast Environmental Research Center (SERC), has been appointed to serve on the Florida Keys […]

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Scientist shares key findings of nutritional research

By Deborah O’Neil A lifetime of nutrition research has led preeminent scientist T. Colin Campbell to a startling conclusion that […]

FIU Employee Health Services adds new doctor to its staff

Faculty and staff can make Jorge Camilo Mora, M.D., their primary physician. By Sissi Aguila Jorge Camilo Mora, M.D., is […]

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FIU journalism project on HIV/AIDS to air on WPBT/Channel 2

MIAMI  – A 20-month project by Florida International University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication that produced innovative reports on  […]

Prepare to Care for your Aging Parents Part II: An expert panel discusses key issues surrounding elder care

WHAT: A panel, made up of some of Miami’s foremost experts in elderly care, will present part II of the […]

Life in Moscow for FIU math students

Life in Moscow for FIU math students

By Susan Feinberg When FIU students David Shor and Leonard Foret packed their bags and headed for the Independent University […]

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FIU biology professor protects marine and terrestrial environments

FIU biology professor protects marine and terrestrial environments

On an average workday, biology assistant professor Deron Burkepile might be scuba diving in Key Largo or observing exotic animals […]

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Renowned nutritionist T. Colin Campbell to speak at FIU

Renowned nutritionist T. Colin Campbell to speak at FIU

Campbell’s seminal work, “The China Study,” is the most comprehensive study of health and nutrition conducted in the last 40 […]

FIU #1 in awarding STEM degrees to minorities

By Susan Feinberg FIU ranked first in the nation in awarding STEM degrees to underrepresented minorities in a recent study published […]

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Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient and FIU professor Dr. Pedro José “Joe” Greer Presents Proposal at 2009 Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust

  Friday, September 25, 2009 – 2:50 pm to 4:00 pm Washington Convention Center, Room 146B Washington, DC MIAMI – […]

FIU offers aid to law enforcement investigating horse slaughters

DNA typing could help solve the case By Sissi Aguila “Be proactive.” That was the message, DeEtta Mills, director of […]