Second only to the College of Medicine among the UF Health Science Center colleges. Researchers in the college’s centers are conducting research in a wide range of areas, brief summaries and links to Center/Institute pages can be found below.
Our Center’s purpose is to advance the understanding and treatment of neuromuscular disorders that compromise respiratory and related non-respiratory movements.
Our Center is dedicated to the investigation and understanding of the experience of pain in humans and to educate future scientists and health professionals consistent with the most current knowledge in the area of pain.
Our mission is to foster the development and dissemination of new knowledge about the relationships among health, illness, behavior, and adjustment in children, youth, and families and to evaluate the application of this knowledge.
Our research focuses on prevention and intervention in infectious diseases of global health importance, as well as emerging infectious diseases, such as pandemic influenza.
Our Center is engaged in basic and applied research in human emotion, as emotion modulates attention, perception, memory, and other cognitive processes.
The Center’s missions are two-fold: discovery of new fundamental knowledge about hearing, hearing disorders, and the physical and biochemical processes that drive those disorders; and translation/application of those findings with corresponding public health outreach to effectively educate all populations.
I-DAPT utilizes approaches from occupational therapy, rehabilitation science, rehabilitation engineering, and public health to assess and enhance the mobility, activity, and participation of people, communities, and populations for their meaningful, productive, and autonomous engagement in everyday life. To fulfill this mission, we employ collaboration, creativity, cultural responsibility, scientific rigor, and optimism.
SHARC’s mission is to improve health outcomes and reduce HIV transmission among the diverse range of populations affected by alcohol and HIV infection in Florida.