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Date Headline/Description
11/19/2018

FSU College of Medicine researcher Angelina Sutin will seek answers as principal investigator on a $3.8 million grant from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health. For the next five years, she’ll be studying midlife cognitive aging in Latinos, looking for predictors and mechanisms of decline. To address this question, she’ll partner with researchers at the University of California, Davis, who have already collected years’ worth of data on Latino families that they can analyze for clues.

08/17/2018

Members of the Florida State University College of Medicine's Class of 2022 received their white coats in early August at the white coat ceremony following the completion of their first semester of medical school. The white coat symbolizes the importance of compassionate care for patients and the scientific proficiency expected of physicians

08/17/2018

Members of the Florida State University College of Medicine's Class of 2022 received their white coats in early August at the white coat ceremony following the completion of their first semester of medical school. The white coat symbolizes the importance of compassionate care for patients and the scientific proficiency expected of physicians

07/30/2018

Florida State University researchers brought in more than $226 million in the 2018 fiscal year from federal, state and private sources to support investigations into areas such as nuclear science, climate change, the effect of deep space travel on human health and much more.

06/15/2018

Christopher Mulrooney, chief operating officer of the Florida Medical Practice Plan at the College of Medicine, discusses a new concept in senior housing that’s now under construction.

06/13/2018

Light stretching can make a big difference for elderly people with low mobility, according to a new study from a Florida State University-led team of international researchers. College of Medicine Professor Judy Muller-Delp was the study's lead researcher.

03/22/2018

Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine Class of 2018 received notification of where they will enter residency training this summer.

02/16/2018

Florida State University’s research reputation is set to receive a boost with the arrival of a highly regarded behavioral researcher whose focus includes improving the health of minority adolescents. Sylvie Naar, described as a “force of nature” by her department head in the College of Medicine, has been hired to direct FSU’s new Center for Translational Behavioral Research.

01/24/2018

FSU Headlines interviewed College of Medicine professor Judy Delp about her recent GAP Award to help develop a splinting therapy for patients with peripheral artery disease.