EPI faculty have published more than 5,000 scientific papers since 2011 in journals, such as Science, Nature and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
We Break Boundaries
Dr. Josephine Clark-Curtiss, whose career spanned half a century, worked tirelessly to help mitigate the spread of dangerous infectious diseases…
UF EPI member studies how the genetic makeup of a tuberculosis bacterial population changes during transmission.
UF Emerging Pathogens Institute forms a multi-disciplinary research team to resolve unanswered questions about leprosy transmission and risk.
Mark your calendars for Feb. 15, 2024! EPI Research Day 2024 is scheduled to take place in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Expect a morning of poster sessions, followed by two keynote talks from renowned researchers. Breakfast, refreshments and lunch will be provided to attendees. We have a lot of activities in store for this year, including a poster competition, photo wall and raffle prizes! Registration closes on Thursday, Feb. 8 at noon.