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The UF Health Smell Disorders Program to provide those
living with a smell disorder with expert medical care, credible
information and support they need.
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Illustrator, Kat Haugh creates a visual recording of a meeting
during SmellTaste2019. The UFCST is involved in many events
to share research and ideas with fellow scientists in the field.
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Our interdisciplinary faculty features members from twenty
different departments and six colleges.
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We are located on the ground floor of the Mcknight Brain Institute. Across the UF campus, more than 300 faculty members work in multidisciplinary teams to better understand how the brain works and how various diseases alter brain function.

Are you experiencing a smell or taste impairment due to the Covid-19 virus or other causes?

The UF Health Smell Disorders Program may be able to help. The physicians at UF Health can provide those living with a smell disorder with expert medical care, credible information and the support they need.

"Learning How to Smell Again After Covid-19."

Dr. Steven Munger Interviewed with NPR

With the loss of smell and taste becoming synonymous with symptoms of the Covid-19 virus, more eyes are turned to the research of olfactory disorders. UFCST director, Dr. Steven Munger, fellow researchers, and host Ari Shapiro discussed the phenomenon of smell and taste loss due to Covid-19 and rehabilitation for patients facing long term effects.

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Interview with Adam Cole

Chef Adam Cole (Maple Block Meat Co.) speaks with Fifth Sense founder Duncan Boak about his life and career as a chef and the impact of anosmia, the absence of a sense of smell. Presented during SmellTaste2017, the conference for those with smell or taste impairments, held at the University of Florida, Feb 25-26, 2017, and cohosted by the UF Center for Smell and Taste (UFCST) and Fifth Sense. Introduction by UFCST Director Steven Munger.
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