Albert L. Rhoton Jr., M.D., an internationally known neurosurgeon and pioneering researcher who built a small neurosurgery division into a thriving UF department, died Sunday at age 83.
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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.
Former chair of pediatrics whose work in public policy and in the NICU has helped thousands of children passes away.
UF Health pathologist Nancy S. Hardt, M.D., teamed with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell to improve the health and welfare of Gainesville residents living in a “hotspot” of poverty, child abuse and domestic violence.
UF pediatrics chairman Scott A. Rivkees, M.D., reflects on residency life.
Most birds have evolved to lose a certain body part that is considered synonymous with reproduction. Researchers at the Genetics Institute at the University of Florida have discovered how this is happening on the cellular level, which could have far-reaching implications.
The 131 graduates become physicians at the UF College of Medicine’s 53rd commencement ceremony.
On Tuesday, a valued friend to the UF College of Medicine and one of Alachua County’s most respected and beloved physicians, Dr. Cullen W. Banks.
David Paulus, M.D., passed away unexpectedly Dec. 12 as he slept. He was 67.
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.