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Company Overview of University of Florida

Company Overview

University of Florida is an educational and research institution. The institute provides associate, bachelors, masters, doctoral, and professional degrees in the languages, arts, sciences, engineering, media, distance education, and part time programs. University of Florida was founded in 1853 and is based in Gainesville, Florida.

219 Grinter Hall

PO Box 115500

Gainesville, FL 32611-5500

United States

Founded in 1853



Key Executives for University of Florida

Age: 71
Senior Vice President of Health Affairs
Age: 64
Senior Vice President of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Dean of College of Public Health and Health Professions
Founding Chairwoman for Department of Epidemiology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

University of Florida Key Developments

Cannabix Technologies Completes Definitive License Agreement for University of Florida Patent for Development

Cannabix Technologies Inc. reported it has entered into a definitive license agreement with the University of Florida for US Patent 8,237,118. Earlier 2016, the company announced its intention to exercise its option for the patent. The agreement provides Cannabix exclusive worldwide rights in the area of breath analysis of controlled substances. Cannabix and University researchers are developing an innovative FAIMS (field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry) based instrument for the detection of 9-tetrahydrocannabinol in human breath. In consideration for the patent license, the Company has issued 603,870 common shares to the University.

University of Florida Announces Resignation of Jeremy Foley as Athletic Director

Jeremy Foley, the most successful and longest tenured athletic director in University of Florida history, is retiring, effective Oct. 1. Foley will continue as athletics director until Oct. 1, when UF hopes to have a new AD identified. He will stay involved with the university as Emeritus Athletics Director, which is part of his current contract agreement.

Prosolia, Inc. Enters into Collaborative Research Agreement with University of Florida

Prosolia, Inc. announced that it has entered into a collaborative research agreement with University of Florida Departments of Chemistry and Pathology to develop translational science applications for health and disease using the company’s flowprobe™ technology.

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