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HOP Faculty Member to Serve as Vice Chair for ASPO Special Interest Group

Published: Dec 1st, 2017

Ramzi Salloum, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy (HOP), was appointed…

HOP Faculty Member Presents Research on mHealth Tool at Academy Health in December

Published: Dec 1st, 2017

Stephanie Staras, Ph.D., will give a presentation about improving the implementation of an mHealth application within pediatric clinical care at the 10th Annual…

UF joins national effort to gather data on population sets to advance health care

Published: Aug 30th, 2017

HOP Faculty Receives FACCA Grant to Improve Communications between Oncologists and Sexual and Gender Minorities

Published: Aug 17th, 2017

HOP Faculty and Staff Featured in JAMA

Published: Aug 7th, 2017

A team of researchers in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy (HOP), led by Jaclyn Hall, Ph.D., published a letter to the editor in The Journal of the American […]

HOP Student Inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society

Published: Jul 17th, 2017

Martin Wegman, a pre-doctoral fellow in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy and M.D.-Ph.D. candidate at the University of Florida, was selected for induction into the Gold Humanism Honor […]

Faculty Honored as UAB National Alumni Society’s Outstanding Young Alumni

Published: Jul 17th, 2017

The University of Alabama (UAB) National Alumni Society selected Michelle Cardel, Ph.D., R.D., assistant professor in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy, as the 2017 recipient of its Outstanding […]

HOP Faculty Member Participates in National Summit on Early Childhood Development and Learning

Published: Apr 10th, 2017

Matthew Gurka, Ph.D., served on the committee that organized the University of Florida’s inaugural Early Childhood National Summit held in Orlando earlier this year.

Federal Law Regulating a Chemical Needed to Make Cocaine Helps Protect Mothers and Babies

Published: Mar 27th, 2017

Federal regulation of a chemical used in the illegal manufacture of cocaine appears to have helped lower cocaine-related hospital stays for new mothers and babies in the United States.

Institute for Child Health Policy 2017 Research Day

Published: Mar 24th, 2017

Hosted by the Institute for Child Health Policy Thursday, April 20, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Clinical and Translational Research Building (CTRB) Lobby Join child health researchers from across the University […]