Two Epidemiology Faculty Awarded UF Term Professorships

Published: July 18th, 2017

Category: Recent News

Professor in Epidemiology Robert L. Cook, MD, MPH, and Associate Professor in Epidemiology Volker Mai, PhD, MPH, recently received Term Professorship Awards from the UF Office of the Provost. The awards are based on assessment of academic accomplishment and a distinguished career that places awardees among the leaders in their discipline. Eligible faculty for this three-year award include tenure-track faculty in their fifth year (or more) of service. Drs. Cook and Mai have both been with UF since 2007. In addition to their appointments with the Department of Epidemiology, Dr. Cook is the Director of the Southern HIV & Alcohol Research Consortium (SHARC) and the SHARC Center for Translational HIV Research at UF, and Dr. Mai is an associate member of both the Emerging Pathogens Institute and the UF Health Cancer Center. Congratulations to Drs. Cook and Mai on this outstanding and well-deserved accomplishment.