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.
Medicine news at the College of Medicine
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.
College of Medicine researcher Christopher Cogle has received a grant to find places where cancer cells hide.
UF Health surgeons and cardiologists performed the 100th transcatheter aortic valve replacement in July. Rosalie Youngerman, of Fort White, Fla., was the patient.
Led by researchers at UF Health and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the national HCV-TARGET research network has joined forces with the FDA to help doctors and patients navigate evolving treatment options for hepatitis C.
The UF College of Medicine, along with six other federally funded centers in the Cardiovascular Cell Therapy Research Network, is recruiting participants for a clinical trial to evaluate whether using stem cell therapy can provide relief for a crippling symptom of peripheral arterial disease.