Faculty and students performed for their peers, family and friends at a talent show fundraiser to support five international health trips that will take place over spring break.
Archive for 2009
The Gators Caught in the Act blog allows faculty, students and staff to recognize each other for bringing humanity to the medical profession.
Dr. Donna Parker, assistant dean for minority affairs for the COM, recently shared with students the vibrant history and her concerns for the future of African-Americans in medical professions.
In The New England Journal of Medicine, UF researchers describe a potential method to use a patient’s own genetic information to determine the initial dosage of the anticoagulant warfarin.
Doctors who become addicted to drugs can successfully be treated and restored to their professions thanks to special programs that offer case management and monitoring.
COM faculty and students, along with pharmacy students, will travel to Haiti during spring break to serve hundreds of impoverished people there and in the Dominican Republic.