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A determination to succeed

Edward Jaffe, M.D. ’87, discovered his love for medicine while serving as a medic in U.S. Army Special Forces.

Open eyes and ears

UF medical student Bryan Erb pursues his passion for understanding the brain with help from scholarship.

Freedom to pursue passions

The 2017 Celebrating Distinction event recognized nine faculty members of the UF Health Academic Health Center.

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Healing across disciplines

Fourth-year medical student Elim Kuo balances music and medicine with help from the Alicia R. Maun, M.D., Scholarship Fund.

Memories live on

A time for reflection and reunion at UF College of Medicine 2017 Alumni Weekend.

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A spotlight on women

November 15, 2017

Panel discussion on women, diabetes and health equity commemorates World Diabetes Day

A determination to succeed

November 9, 2017

Edward Jaffe, M.D. ’87, discovered his love for medicine while serving as a medic in U.S. Army Special Forces

Open eyes and ears

November 6, 2017

UF medical student Bryan Erb pursues his passion for understanding the brain with help from scholarship

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Advocating for what’s right

UF School of Physician Assistant Studies 2015 alum builds career in palliative care.

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