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DNAThe Division of Cellular and Molecular Therapy consists of a group of investigators having shared interests in both the molecular and cellular biology of AAV and parvovirus B19 as eminently suitable vectors for human gene therapy. It also serves as a reference point for collating the in-flow and out-flow of ideas and materials relevant to application of parvovirus vectors in basic science research and clinical trials on campus as well as elsewhere throughout the scientific community.

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February Department Highlights

February 27, 2015

Faculty Achievements and Special Recognition Brad Hoffman, Ph.D., was awarded a new three-year grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the amount of $570,000. Its title is: In Vivo...

Muscular Dystrophy – Trial Could Lead to New Treatment

February 25, 2015

University of Florida Health researchers are participating in a key late-stage clinical trial that could lead to a new therapy for some children with Duchenne.

Keira Grace Foundation – Share the Cure 2015

February 13, 2015

Share the Cure 2015 Bring new life to children with cancer for 10 years! Keira Grace Foundation invites you to Cocktails, Dinner & Dancing Saturday, February 28, 2015 7:00 – 11:00pm...

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