Artificial Intelligence

Powering the UF College of Pharmacy toward the future of health care.

By: Matt Splett

AI’s emergence in pharmaceutical research

Chenglong Li, Caitrin McDonough, and Jenny Lo-Ciganic standing in front of a super computer Data scientists Wei-Hsuan “Jenny” Lo-Ciganic, Chenglong Li and Caitrin McDonough use the HiPerGator supercomputer to advance their pharmaceutical research.
“AI and machine learning have the computational power to build really robust models, and include additional factors, which could make a significant impact on pharmacotherapy.”
— Caitrin McDonough, Ph.D., M.S.
assistant professor of pharmacotherapy and translational research

Establishing UF as an “AI university”

Malachowsky Hall interior rendering

UF’s new hub for AI research and training

Malachowksy Hall exterior rendering

Naming Opportunities

Debbie DeSantis pledges $750,000 to support artificial intelligence in precision medicine

Malachowksy Hall: By the numbers

Malachowsky Hall infographic

Occupants include:

College of Pharmacy, College of Medicine, College of Engineering, Informatics Institute | $1 million remaining in fundraising goal | Spring 2023 expected completion date