EDUCATION & Training
Students can earn a Doctoral degree with a concentration in Biomedical Sciences in the Physiology & Functional Genomics Concentration.
Students can earn a Master’s degree with a concentration in Physiology and Functional Genomics or Gerontology.
Students can a graduate certificate in Medical Physiology, Medical Physiology with a specialization in Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology or Aging and Geriatric Practice.
Postdoctoral fellows will be provided a tailored career development and mentoring opportunity in a robust research environment.
Research faculty in the Department of Physiology and Aging at the University of Florida are engaged in innovative projects covering a variety of interests through our centers, labs and collaborations with other departments.
Faculty in the Department of Physiology and Aging are engaging in cutting-edge research and using active learning techniques to teach students at all levels of collegiate learning.
Dr. Glenn Walter is a key member of one of several research teams that was awarded funding from President Ben Sasse’s $10.9 million strategic funding initiative designed to advance interdisciplinary scholarship and enhance the student experience.
The International Federation of Placenta Associations held their Annual IFPA Conference the first week of September in Rotorua, New Zealand. Dr…
Dr. Wilson was awarded a K99/R00 from NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver NICHD. Congratulations Dr. Wilson!
Congratulations go to Caitlin Baumer Harrison for being awarded a silver medal at the 48th Annual Medical Guild Research Symposium held on 4/12/2023…