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Gabe Daniels, MS2, volunteers with UF Health Shands in Medicine, playing piano in the south tower atrium.

Dedicated to service

Second-year UF College of Medicine student Gabriel Daniels prepares for his future by volunteering his time.

Students from the UF College of Medicine class of 2020 attend first-year orientation.

Unwrapping success

Students from the UF College of Medicine class of 2020 attend first-year orientation.

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Seeing things as they truly are

College of Medicine alumnus and Tampa area ophthalmologist T. Hunter Newsom, M.D. ’96, restores vision for patients.

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A balancing act

How two UF College of Medicine alumni juggled their studies with Olympic training.

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UF Medicine with more byte

Learn more about the UF College of Medicine through the Florida Physician digital magazine app, which allows you to delve deeper into the stories featured in the magazine’s pages through […]

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Celebrating a legacy and a new beginning

Loren Bonenclark, MPAS ’16, followed in her mother’s footsteps when she graduated from the UF School of Physician Assistant Studies on June 18.

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Points of Pride

Points of PrideThe 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.

Celebrating Commencement for the class of 2016

The J. Stephen Waters, MD, Scholarship

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Florida sees a sharp increase in fentanyl-related deaths, according to UF Health researchers who co-authored a CDC report.

Dedicated to service

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Second-year UF College of Medicine student Gabriel Daniels prepares for his future by volunteering his time.

Seeing things as they truly are

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Grant to support research of deadliest form of prostate cancer

August 11, 2016

A UF researcher has received a five-year, $1.7 million grant to study when, how and why prostate cancer, which physicians consider highly curable, sometimes spreads, and to develop treatment options...