On March 17, students from the UF College of Medicine’s class of 2017 will discover where they will spend the next four years — or more — of their medical careers.
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UF researchers find calorie restriction and resveratrol to be key in maintaining cell health.
Meenakshi Devidas will lead the Statistics and Data Center for the Children’s Oncology Group, the world’s largest childhood cancer research organization.
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The UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere will host a lecture on how culture affects society’s understanding of science communications.
The 19th annual event breaks its record in raising funds for children
UF COM general counsel and an acclaimed novelist, Farb helps improve the lives of others through her work with cancer patients and their families.
Dr. Jennifer Miller’s work with patients suffering from rare disease helps shed light on the impact of early-onset obesity in children’s brain development.
The College of Medicine’s 2011 Celebration of Research draws more than 300 presentations from faculty and students.
Match Madness: From Division 1 football to medicine; Brent Wise is ready to begin a career in orthopaedic surgeryBy Melanie Stawicki Azam • Mar 16th, 2011 • Category: Students, Uncategorized
The Insider profiles several students of the UF College of Medicine’s class of 2011 as they approach Match Day and graduation this spring.