The UCF team traveled to Atlanta to compete in the National Association of Health Services Executives 28th Annual Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition.
Associate Professor Tim Ravich, who specializes in research regarding the regulation of new technologies like advanced air mobility, discusses what a world with flying taxis could look like.
While insurance coverage of some forms of buprenorphine has improved over the years, researchers say coverage of new, more effective forms of the medication is lacking.
Su-I Hou has traveled across the globe to study aging and how other countries support their older populations.
The goal is to create a screening tool that can be used by student health services and beyond, including in college athletic training settings or in college counseling centers.
In honor of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month, here are some efforts focused on helping those affected by this condition.
Criminal justice faculty member Jill Viglione will work with experts to examine best practices and compile evidence-based guidelines for agencies to use in public health crises.
UCF Professor Recognized by Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences for Domestic Violence Research, Leadership Initiatives
Lee Ross has dedicated much of his research efforts to examining criminal legal systems’ responses to domestic violence.
The event gave CCIE faculty and graduate students the opportunity to share their projects while learning about the research interests of peers and colleagues.
The NSF-funded conference on Friday will explore how laws could lift or ground the use of autonomous, uncrewed aircraft to move people and goods.