Researchers from more than 20 countries gathered for the 21st conference of the Society for Design and Process Science, held Dec. 4-6 at the university's Rosen College of Hospitality Management and coordinated by the College of Health and Public Affairs.
Associate Dean Thomas Wan and a team of UCF graduate students examined the impact of care aligned with eight guiding principles on hospitalizations and readmissions in heart-failure patients with a one-year, $165,000 grant from Florida Hospital.
The Editorial Board of the journal Augmentative and Alternative Communication has selected a study led by Jennifer Kent-Walsh, professor of communication sciences and disorders, as the "Most Significant Research Article of the Year."
Varadraj “Raj” Gurupur, assistant professor of health management and informatics, shares his experience as a researcher working at the intersection of information systems, health care delivery and big data.
A $1.3 million grant from the National Institute of Justice is funding a new two-year project that may revolutionize the way police monitor and analyze crime-scene surveillance video footage with technology developed at the University of Central Florida.
Jennifer Kent-Walsh, professor of communication sciences and disorders, has been awarded a $437,812 grant from the National Institutes of Health to improve clinical services for young children with severe speech disabilities.
To develop grantsmanship, particularly related to federal or national grants, it is imperative to work collaboratively with faculty members from multiple disciplines."
— Thomas T.H. Wan, Ph.D.,
Associate Dean for Research