Researchers working at the Adam Michael Rosen Neuro-Oncology Laboratory aim to improve lives of brain cancer patients.
Black Voices in Research, a storytelling event, highlights the experiences and stories of individuals within the UF biomedical research community.
Dr. Duane Mitchell earns additional research support at 16th annual Dick Vitale Gala.
Voices of those who’ve lost loved ones to brain cancer were prominent during this year’s UF Health-led ReMission Summit.
Dr. Duane Mitchell participated in an event to highlight and amplify the experiences of Black researchers and research professionals at UF.
Dr. Duane Mitchell is leading a project to identify barriers to success for Black researchers in the biomedical field.
Dr. Duane Mitchell recognized for improving the lives of those battling brain tumors.
An increased number of investigators are permitted to return to the lab following the COVID-19 shutdown.
CTSI launches $2 million pilot research fund for scientists with translational projects that can be rapidly mobilized.
Dr. Duane Mitchell named CTSI director, will lead UF’s efforts to move research discoveries to patients.