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A link between
and dementia

Angelina Sutin led a major study that found loneliness can increase your risk of dementia by 40 percent


a 'wonder drug'

Mohamed Kabbaj received a grant to study the safety of a potential depression therapy called ketamine


Improving maternal mental health

Heather Flynn received $2M from the Florida Department of Health to help develop a sustainable screening and treatment model to address maternal mental health needs in Florida.


New concerns
about smoking

College of Medicine study raises the possibility
that men who smoke could be contributing
to cognitive deficits in future generations.


The cutting edge

Zucai Suo brings his research expertise in DNA repair,
gene editing, drug discovery and other areas
to the College of Medicine.


Understanding a
high-risk Alzheimer's population

Angelina Sutin's $4M grant will help investigate why people
with Latino backgrounds have a greater Alzheimer's risk.


Diversity success

For the second year in a row, the College of Medicine received the Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.

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The Fall 2018 issue of FSU MED

In addition to updates on research, alumni, clinical expansion and program growth, the fall 2018 issue of FSU MED takes a look at the College of Medicine’s efforts to instill a culture of wellness to address the root causes of burnout that are impacting medical professionals at an alarming rate.

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