UF College of Medicine Alumni Weekend unites graduates in feelings of nostalgia and awe.
Psychiatry news at the College of Medicine
“Bath salt” drugs can spur psychosis-like condition in the brain, new study finds.
Dr. Richard C. Christensen’s wife, Kathy, and son, Chris, accepted the UF College of Medicine Hippocratic Award on his behalf during a ceremony held May 3, nearly six months after the beloved faculty member’s passing.
UF College of Medicine names Regina Bussing, M.D., chair of psychiatry. A professor in the departments of psychiatry, pediatrics and clinical and health psychology, Bussing has served as interim department chair of psychiatry since 2014.
Richard C. Christensen, M.D., M.A., a professor of psychiatry in the UF College of Medicine, died unexpectedly Nov. 26 in Zambia while on a Habitat for Humanity build.
Prominent Alzheimer’s disease researcher Steven DeKosky has accepted a position as a neurology professor in the College of Medicine and deputy director of the Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute.
The Chapman chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society recognized students, faculty and residents for their humanism and compassion at its annual induction ceremony May 4.
UF College of Medicine faculty honored for years of service and excellence in education, research and leadership.
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.
For children of UF College of Medicine faculty members, Saturday’s graduation marks the continuation of their families’ Gator legacies.