UF Medicine

As the largest college within the UF Health academic health center, the UF College of Medicine is home to thousands of faculty, students and staff committed to improving the health and well-being of people across the globe.

#18 among public medical schools, ranked by U.S. News & World Report.


$349M in total research and sponsored program funding, with researchers exploring topics across nine research centers and institutes.


100+ UF Health Physicians primary care and specialty medical practices are located throughout North Central Florida and Jacksonville.

Patient Care


School of Physician Assistant Studies

The UF School of Physician Assistant Studies offers a continuous 24-month, full-time master’s program to train the next generation of PAs.

Dr. Multak with Physician Assistant students

Master’s & Ph.D. programs

A variety of degree programs are offered aimed at translating discoveries from the lab to the patient.

Michelle Gumz, PhD, assistant professor of medicine, College of Medicine, Department of Medicine

Residency Training

With 75 ACGME-accredited housestaff programs, the UF College of Medicine provides graduate medical education through its partnership with the UF Health Physicians and UF Health hospitals.

Medical students at HMEB

College News

Building resilient, healthy physicians

Father endows fund for medical students and residents in memory of his son, UF Health resident Sey Park, MD ’16

Don’t surrender: Fight the flu

Faculty and staff are encouraged to receive their flu vaccine at no cost through Occupational Health Services

Trio of medications showing early promise against coronavirus, UF Health researchers find

researchers see promising results in tests of a trio of drugs intended to fight the virus that causes COVID-19

UF Health brings telemedicine program for diabetic children to underserved area of Collier County

Telemedicine clinic to provide specialty care for children with diabetes, other endocrinology conditions

College Events


Research Landscapes

Mavis Agbandje-McKenna, Ph.D.

Professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, discusses her research on the atomic structure of viruses as a way to develop gene therapies for human diseases.

Dr. Mavis Agbandje-McKenna Play Video


Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine

Jennifer Hunt, M.D.

Jennifer Hunt, M.D., a national leader in the field of pathology as well leadership development, becomes chair of the department of pathology, immunology and laboratory medicine.

Jennifer Hunt
Florida Physician Magazine

College of Medicine Alumni News

Florida Physician

Magazine for alumni, faculty and friends of the UF College of Medicine.