UF College of Medicine faculty honored for years of service and excellence in education, research and leadership.
Medicine news at the College of Medicine
Oxycodone-related deaths dropped 25 percent after Florida implemented its Prescription Drug Monitoring Program in late 2011 as part of its response to the state’s prescription drug abuse epidemic, according to a team of UF Health researchers. The drop in fatalities could stem from the number of health care providers who used the program’s database to […]
A UF pharmacist has received an award from the American College of Cardiology — the first time this award has been given to a pharmacist.
Jonathon Cohen, M.D. ’07, is pioneering clinical trials to develop targeted lymphoma treatments with fewer side effects and promising results.
New hospitals in 2018: UF Health broke ground on its two new hospitals, the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital, on Jan. 23.
UF Health Science Center faculty members recognized at annual Celebrating Distinction Ceremony
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.