Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. candidate Patience Paul researches how the King of Poisons might help solve one of humanity’s greatest challenges.
- How arsenic can help fight antibiotic resistance
- Arsenic contamination of food and water is a global public health concern – researchers are studying how it causes cancer
Diana Azzam, professor of environmental health sciences at FIU writes in The Conversation.
- Social isolation and past trauma: Researchers surprised by teens' different responses
Center for Children and Families researchers surveyed teens in Miami to understand mental health impacts for those with a history of abuse.
- Aspiring medical correspondent is among the first FIU students inducted into prestigious Bouchet Society
Deidre Okeke is one of three Panthers who became the first FIU students to join the Bouchet Society. Okeke dreams of improving people’s health – one TV segment at a time.
- Baptist Health and Florida International University to begin exclusive negotiations on comprehensive alliance
The organizations will work together to expand physician training, research and care.
- Curriculum reboot: College of Medicine to prioritize student immersion, well-being
The Wertheim College of Medicine is launching a new curriculum beginning with Class of 2027. A student-centered, community-based, and integrated approach to medical education.
- Alumna appointed to serve as USDA Director for the Office of the Chief Scientist
Deirdra Chester Ph.D. '03 has spent nearly two decades at the United States Department of Agriculture.
- Telehealth programs improve behavior problems in young children with developmental delay
Research found telehealth programs led to fewer child behavior problems — important for entrance into kindergarten.