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GSAW 2018!

*The Office of Graduate Education will be hosting a kickoff station on 4/2 from 9-11. Stop by for some free swag and GSAW event information! ABOUT Graduate Student Appreciation Week […]

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Professional Development Resources

The UF Graduate School’s Office of Graduate Professional Development (OGPD) has set up a professional development webpage for you, our graduate student body. On it, you will find links to […]

Four guideposts for navigating difficult conversations with your PI

Four guideposts for navigating difficult conversations with your PI By Sara Wong | June 30, 2017 No matter how well you get along with your mentor, there will likely come […]

Minority Fellowship Opportunities

Learn more about the various fellowship opportunities offered through the Office of Graduate Minority Programs. Visit the Graduate School’s website.      

Grant for Pilot Summer Research Opportunity

The six health colleges associated with University of Florida Health have received a $415,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to help develop a pilot project for the 2017 […]

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Celebrating scientific discovery

Celebrating scientific discovery

April 13, 2018

UF biomedical sciences PhD students present research at 2018 Medical Guild Graduate Research Symposium

UF College of Medicine hosts 2018 Celebration of Research award ceremony

UF College of Medicine hosts 2018 Celebration of Research award ceremony

February 26, 2018

17 medical students share the results of their research as part of 2018 Celebration of Research award ceremony

A forum for all

A forum for all

February 21, 2018

Celebration of Research 2018 joins students, faculty and staff in an exchange of ideas

New imaging technique could aid in testing of new drugs for dystonia

New imaging technique could aid in testing of new drugs for dystonia

August 31, 2017

New study by UF neuroscientists furthers scientific understanding of brain regions involved in causing dystonia