The UF School of Physician Assistant Studies class of 2014 received their white coats in front of faculty, friends and family on Friday, May 31.
UF medical students entering their third year took part in the annual White Coat Ceremony, a College of Medicine tradition that celebrates their transition from the classroom to the clinical setting.
The 131 graduates become physicians at the UF College of Medicine’s 53rd commencement ceremony.
Recent UF College of Medicine graduate, Eva Vertes, plans to continue her cancer research.
Soon-to-be UF College of Medicine graduate, Demetri Arnaoutakis credits family, mentors with his success.
The 19th annual event breaks its record in raising funds for children
UF College of Medicine seniors land top residency slots in state and U.S.
UF College of Medicine students start their own Dance Marathon team
Most birds have evolved to lose a certain body part that is considered synonymous with reproduction. Researchers at the Genetics Institute at the University of Florida have discovered how this is happening on the cellular level, which could have far-reaching implications.
Staff :: May 29th, 2013
Volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and UF Health Science Center students are needed to work in interprofessional teams with clinic staff.
The UF College of Medicine class of 2013 select Robert Hollander, M.D., an adjunct assistant professor in the department of medicine, as the winner of the Hippocratic award.