Members of the Waters family show their Gator spirit on a ski trip. A lasting legacy

The Waters family establishes a UF College of Medicine scholarship for second-chance students to honor the legacy of J. Stephen Waters, M.D. ’75.

Web Feature Connecting Calling young alumni!

Like part of an extended family, UF Medical Alumni Affairs supports and serves students by helping to connect them with Gator alumni like you, who can share priceless life experiences and professional wisdom. Help us populate our alumni resident and fellowship database for students looking to you for advice, insight and networking.

Kriete-UberBooth-CofMed-Alumni-Weekend-2015-80000_slider Alumni Portrait: Rhodes M. Kriete, M.D. ’88

Rhodes Kriete, M.D. ’88, channels his passion for alumni engagement and student support through the Medical Alumni Board of Directors.

Match-Day-2016_JSJ_8JJ8984-slider Smiles and selfies at Match Day 2016

Fourth-year medical students at the UF College of Medicine discovered where they will complete their residency training at an event March 18.

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150924-01-l Several UF health science programs climb in annual rankings

The UF College of Medicine has achieved its highest-ever position in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of the nation’s top research medical schools.

Dr. Calhoun added her name to a steel beam during the beam signing celebration for the College of Medicine's George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building in 2014. Photo by Jesse S. Jones Alumni Portrait: Patricia McFall Calhoun, M.D. ’89

Patricia McFall Calhoun, M.D. ’89, joined the UF Medical Alumni Board of Directors with a mission to inspire alumni and community members to invest in the future of medical education.

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News & Announcements

PA Day of Giving: Friday, Feb. 12

Feb 12th, 2016

The first annual PA Day of Giving was held Feb. 12 to help endow the Wayne D. Bottom Scholarship Fund at the UF School of Physician Assistant Studies.

Alumni host Gainesville Supper Club dinners

Feb 10th, 2016

Thank you to Stephen and Gina Sevigny (both M.D. ’94) and Jim Duke, M.D. ’85, and Pam Duke, for hosting our most recent Gainesville Supper Club events Monday evening.

UF presents Breathe, a one-man play about living with cystic fibrosis

Dec 1st, 2015

The UF College of Public Health and Health Professions partnered with the UF College of the Arts to present "Breathe," a one-man show about a young man with cystic fibrosis. The play was performed Jan. 16-17.

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