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University of Florida debuts state-of-the-art medical education building

The new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building opens its doors July 29.

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Alumni Portrait: Ashleigh Wright, M.D. ’07

Ashleigh Wright, M.D. ’07, channels her passions for medical education and patient care by training the next generation of exceptional physicians in the UF College of Medicine.

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A time to celebrate

Saturday’s commencement ceremony commemorated the hard work and commitment shown by the School of Physician Assistant Studies class of 2015.

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College of Medicine employees give back

This summer, UF College of Medicine faculty and staff are coming together to make an investment and stand behind the meaningful work we do each day.

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A time of transitions

Students from the UF School of Physician Assistant Studies class of 2016 received their white coats in a ceremony June 5.

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Points of Pride

The University of Florida College of Medicine is committed to a mission of excellence in medical education, research and patient care. We are proud of our work in medicine and offer these Points of Pride as a guide to the most innovative areas within our institution.

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New Medicaid health care program for disabled adults improves aspects of patients’ care

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UF researchers find that a new policy for disabled adults covered by Medicaid improved aspects of their care for chronic diseases, compared to traditional care.

Alumni Portrait: Ashleigh Wright, M.D. ’07

August 3, 2015

Ashleigh Wright, M.D. '07, channels her passions for medical education and patient care by training the next generation of exceptional physicians in the UF College of Medicine.

New vision research lab to spark innovation-building collaborations

July 30, 2015

A new vision research lab geared toward building collaborations in eye research opened recently in the College of Medicine.

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Only one of 30 popular free fitness apps meets the majority of American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for physical activity, according to UF Health researchers.

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RAC801: To Bill or Not to Bill?

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