January 2022 Contents
Selected features from Florida Trend's print and digital issue
St. Petersburg state Sen. Jeff Brandes stuck to his principles, even when they put him at odds with party leaders.
A new generation of executives — from a former ballerina to a former teenage line cook — is making its mark across the state and beyond.
Activating Cellular Armies
Cellular immunotherapy, which revs up a person's immune system to destroy cancer cells, is revolutionizing cancer care.
Plaque terapy spares healthy tissue in eye cancer patients.
The Miami Cancer Institute targets improved care for HIV patients with cancer.
Treating breast cancer goes beyond the physical battle, TGH oncologist says.
Ascension Sacred Heart creates a family-friendly pediatric oncology unit.
A Champion of Our Own
Gary Bernloehr gives Florida Trend a national-caliber look and feel.
"My Work is not the prouct of my talent. It more reflects the 75 different artists I studied with since the second grade."
Florida may receive nearly $16B in federal funds for infrastructure and transit.
Industries across the state are reporting robust activity — some are surpassing pre-pandemic levels of growth.
Brickell developments, Brightline expansion, Affordable housing
Reversible golf course, Robust real estate market, Bullish on banking
St. Pete's Red Apple development, Tampa's Water Street, Naples real estate
Satellite manufacturing, Road work, Travel resurgence
The Shipyards, Upside-down tourism, Harbor deepening
Mixed tourism outlook, Bridge work, Cascades development
'It started as a kitchen table project,' says CEO Albert Manero.
Jacksonville / Northeast Florida
A City of Bridges
Regional leaders are building on the momentum of steady growth in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.
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