Dr. Michael L. Good, dean of the College of Medicine, honors and recognizes the college’s outstanding faculty and their achievements.
Archive for 2011
Kathleen Shiverick, Ph.D., a professor emeritus of pharmacology and therapeutics, has shown through her research how cigarette smoke and other toxins can damage and affect a developing baby.
Edward Block, M.D., a distinguished professor of medicine in the College of Medicine and former chair of the department of medicine, is recognized for pioneering research and service to the college.
Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno will be the first to receive a “patient-centric” tour of the University of Florida’s Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration.
UF College of Medicine students presented research findings at the 2011 Annual Medical Student Research Day.
Minority Cancer Awareness Week, which kicks off April 16 and runs through April 23, is intended to celebrate the lives of those lost to cancer, embrace the lives of cancer survivors and provide education about prevention and early detection.