Medical researchers developing rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19

Researchers developing rapid test for COVID-19

Biomedical researchers are developing a point-of-care, rapid diagnostic test in collaboration with biopharmaceutical company Heat Biologics.

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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

 A green tree frog, which is native to Florida, peers out of a pipe used for temporarily trapping reptiles and amphibians to document their presence in the Everglades. Photo courtesy of Hunter Howell/University of Miami.

The changing climate’s impact on reptiles, amphibians

Researcher Chris Searcy is studying the effects of climate change on Everglades wildlife, as well as imperiled reptiles and amphibians throughout the country.

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Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan

 Black Swan events are those that are considered rare; with extreme impact, especially on the economic system; and, in retrospect, highly predictable. Photo: Associated Press

In the midst of a Black Swan event

The COVID-19 pandemic fits the definition of a Black Swan event—rare, impactful, improbable, and in retrospect, predictable.

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Black swan theory

University of Miami Coral Gables Campus

Latest information on COVID-19

The University of Miami has extended online learning through the end of the semester. Review all you need to know about the proactive measures being taken by the University.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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Magic Leap founder Rony Abovitz sees a future where spatial computing and other emerging technologies will amplify the presence and knowledge of health care providers. Photo: Christopher Bared/University of Miami

Nursing students leap into the future

From simulating fires in the operating room to incivility in the workplace, the School of Nursing and Health Studies is an enthusiastic testing ground for Magic Leap technology.

University of Miami students celebrated a fun day with grade-schoolers with Streamline Miami, working on  projects and other activities.

United Black Students hosts a day of service

The student group partnered with two local, nonprofit organizations to beautify a playground and connect with 20 elementary schoolchildren.

Nursing students leap into the future

From simulating fires in the operating room to incivility in the workplace, the School of Nursing and Health Studies is an enthusiastic testing ground for Magic Leap technology.

United Black Students hosts a day of service

The student group partnered with two local, nonprofit organizations to beautify a playground and connect with 20 elementary schoolchildren.



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University of Miami Black Alumni Society

Three decades of community and support

For over 30 years, UMBAS has worked to advance the interests and needs of the black community at UM and to promote the rich history of black alumni at the University.

 Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series (DALS)

Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series

Join us for the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series “Lessons Learned from Watergate: Civil Discourse in the Marketplace of Ideas,” with alumnus Henry N. Butler, J.D. ’82.

Lionel Moise, B.S.C. ’10

Lionel Moise, B.S.C. '10

Journalist and news anchor inspires others through storytelling.

'Canes Couples

’Cane Couples 2020

Love is in the campus air for these ’Canes. See their stories and share yours.

University of Miami Black Alumni Society

Three decades of community and support

For over 30 years, UMBAS has worked to advance the interests and needs of the black community at UM and to promote the rich history of black alumni at the University.

Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series

Join us for the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series “Lessons Learned from Watergate: Civil Discourse in the Marketplace of Ideas,” with alumnus Henry N. Butler, J.D. ’82.

Lionel Moise, B.S.C. '10

Journalist and news anchor inspires others through storytelling.

’Cane Couples 2020

Love is in the campus air for these ’Canes. See their stories and share yours.