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Committed to the greater good

Alan Porter, M.D. ’71, receives 2017 UF Distinguished Achievement Award.

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When medicine chooses you

Fourth-year medical student Meriem Mokhtech realizes her dreams with help from Goodman and Waters scholarships.

A privilege and a responsibility

UF College of Medicine class of 2021 receives white coats in ceremony held Sunday, Nov. 19.

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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.

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Dr. Gator News

Remembering Dr. Sey Park

January 13, 2018

2016 graduate, second-year resident Dr. Sey Park passed away Jan. 9

Help UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital earn $100,000 in the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge

January 3, 2018

Support UF Health Shands Children's Hospital and vote for Coach White

UFIT announces change for faculty, residents and staff for Wi-Fi network

December 19, 2017

UFIT recently announced it will be migrate wireless users from two connection options to just eduroam

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

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