Todd Golde, M.D., Ph.D., appointed director of the McKnight Brain Institute.
Faculty Recognition news at the College of Medicine
Faculty from the UF Health Science Center colleges recognized for achievements at the Celebrating Distinction ceremony held in the McKnight Brain Institute Oct. 26.
University of Florida orthopaedic oncologist C. Parker Gibbs Jr., M.D., has been named chief medical officer for UF Health Shands.
The National Pancreas Foundation recently named UF Health as an NPF Center, a recognition for excellence in pancreatic cancer care and research.
A UF researcher has received a five-year, $1.7 million grant to study when, how and why prostate cancer, which physicians consider highly curable, sometimes spreads, and to develop treatment options for this uncommon but life-threatening occurrence.
UF College of Medicine Dean Michael L. Good, M.D., reflects on the college’s achievements in the previous academic year and looks ahead to what the new academic year has in store.
Kenneth Andreoni, M.D., has been named the new chief of the division of transplantation surgery at the UF College of Medicine. He oversees the division’s kidney, liver and pancreas transplantation program.
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.
Study uncovering possible new intervention for brain tumor wins national award for UF researchers.