During the college’s annual Match Day, held March 20, 121 members of the class of 2015 discovered where they would complete their residencies.
The University of Florida College of Medicine recently hosted its annual Celebration of Research poster session, and for the first time, combined faculty and student research poster presentations.
Learn more about the naming opportunities available in the new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building.
New hospitals in 2018: UF Health broke ground on its two new hospitals, the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital, on Jan. 23.
The UF College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony on Nov. 23 marked the transition from basic to clinical science for the class of 2018.
Reunion classes for the UF College of Medicine and the School of Physician Assistant Studies celebrated Alumni Weekend by reminiscing and reconnecting with one another and interacting with students.
UF Health Science Center faculty members recognized at annual Celebrating Distinction Ceremony
The UF College of Medicine alumni magazine gets a digital makeover with a new, free app for iPad.
The first paper to set guidelines for which patients with Tourette syndrome are candidates for deep brain stimulation surgery was written nearly a decade ago. Now, a new paper, including researchers from UF, updates and revises those guidelines.
Staff :: Mar 26th, 2015
UF Health is hosting the Fourth Annual Wellness Event for all benefits-eligible employees April 27-May 15. To register for an event at a location near you, visit UFHealth.org/WellnessEvent. This event is a production of the UF-UF Health Wellness program.
After joining the College of Medicine in 2014 as part of UF’s preeminence initiative, Bill Hogan, M.D., M.S., has designed and launched a new graduate certificate in biomedical informatics for health care professionals and graduate students who want to supplement their training with skills in information strategy, as well as non-health care professionals and graduate students who seek health care information careers.
The University of Florida will host several events for Brain Awareness Week, a worldwide event that aims to increase public awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research.