Researchers test a gene therapy that could potentially reverse a severe form of childhood blindness.
Ophthalmology news at the College of Medicine
Dr. Angelo Anaclerio was recognized as Distinguished Alumnus of UF.
UF College of Medicine graduates receive a warm welcome to their profession.
For children of UF College of Medicine faculty members, Saturday’s graduation marks the continuation of their families’ Gator legacies.
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.
The University of Florida department of ophthalmology has received a $110,000 grant from Research to Prevent Blindness to support research into the causes, treatment and prevention of blinding eye diseases.
The Foundation Fighting Blindness, a national nonprofit organization, presented UF researcher William W. Hauswirth, Ph.D., with its highest research honor. The award recognizes individuals who have had a significant impact on retinal disease research throughout their careers; only eight people have received it in 42 years.
UF College of Medicine’s department of ophthalmology received a grant of $110,ooo to support research into the causes, treatment and prevention of blinding diseases.
Next year’s event will mark the 50th anniversary of UF’s ophthalmology department.
Clay Smith, Ph.D., was awarded the FEO, which is sponsored by the office of the president at UF.