UF Health Science Center faculty members recognized at annual Celebrating Distinction Ceremony
Medicine news at the College of Medicine
UF physicians take a closer look at cardiac stress tests to find out whether some patients actually need them.
Researchers have found a correlation between insurance type and patient access to surgical treatment for subarachnoid hemorrhage, a type of stroke that most often affects women in their 50s — often causing death or long-term impairment and disability.
Dominick Angiolillo, M.D., Ph.D., and Marco Pahor, M.D., have been named to Thomson Reuters’ “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014” list for their work in clinical medicine and social sciences.
UF College of Medicine faculty members completed the 2013-2014 Master Mentor Program and became some of the first members of the Clinical and Transitional Science Institute Mentor Academy.
Postmenopausal women who use certain pain relievers could be increasing their risk of heart attack, stroke and death.
Student research projects result in improved care and winnings at the college’s annual Medical Student Research Day.
UF researchers target cancer at its most vulnerable point, a genetic Achilles heel.
Dr. Lijun Yang has received a $300,000 grant from the Lupus Research Institute to study the function of stem cells in lupus patients.
The Society of Teaching Scholars broke a record this year, honoring nine faculty inductees at the college’s 14th Annual Celebration of Excellence in Medical Education Feb. 19.