Few universities are more capable or better positioned than UF to solve society’s biggest challenges. As one of the world’s most comprehensive research universities, we are addressing problems, discovering solutions and finding was to improve almost every aspect of how we experience life: from our health, homes and recreation to our financial wellbeing, educational opportunities and emerging technologies.

Our strength is our size and depth. Just five other universities in the nation boast as many programs of study. We have 200 research, service and education centers, bureaus and institutes. An astonishing 43 of UF’s 5,000 faculty are members of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. All of which makes the University of Florida a 21st century leader in innovation and discovery.


Giving Opportunities

Addy’s Angels for PWS Research Support

Supports prader-willi symptom research, such as hyperphagia.

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Charles and Dianne Barmore Fund for Excellence in Parkinson’s

Supports research and programs in Parkinson's disease and related disorders.

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Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Bennett Enrichment Fund

This fund was established by Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Bennett in 1994 to support research and ...

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Biomaterials, Immune Engineering & Immunometabolism Laboratory

Support research in the Biomaterials, Immune Engineering & Immunometabolism Laboratory within ...

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Leighton E. Cluff Award for Aging Research

This fund supports undergraduate or graduate scholarly work in aging with an emphasis on the social issues of aging.

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Lisa Conti One Health

The Lisa Conti One Health fund supports the One Health efforts of the Department of Comparative, Diagnostic, and Population Medicine in ...

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Martha Jane Patterson Copeland Ovarian Cancer Research and Patient Support Fund

This fund supports research and education for ovarian cancer, and supports an advocacy group for women with ovarian and other ...

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