The UF College of Medicine community reflected on our collective successes over the past year at the annual State of the College address Friday, September 29.
ENGAGE, INNOVATE, EXCEL 2026
Under the leadership of Dean Colleen G. Koch, M.D., M.S., M.B.A., the UF College of Medicine has launched a comprehensive strategic planning process to develop a road map that will guide the college’s future for years to come.
Where clinical excellence, humanism and patient-centered care are the center of students’ education.
The UF School of Physician Assistant Studies offers a continuous 24-month, full-time master’s program to train the next generation of PAs.
A variety of degree programs are offered aimed at translating discoveries from the lab to the patient.
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.
Igniting innovation through Ai
The University of Florida is making artificial intelligence the centerpiece of a major, long-term initiative combining world-class infrastructure, cutting-edge research and an innovative approach to curriculum. At the College of Medicine, teams harness the power of AI and leverage collaborations with leaders in technology to advance and improve health outcomes and patient care.
Fifty doctoral students celebrated finding their academic homes and advisers
Faculty, staff, learners and trainees can pick up a chocolate and share with a colleague they are grateful for
The event focused on team collaboration to achieve excellence in academic medicine
Two College of Medicine researchers discuss their cultures and work
The UF College of Medicine will host its third annual Gratitude Day on Oct. 25. College faculty, staff, learners and trainees are invited to pick up a chocolate and give it to a colleague or classmate as an expression of gratitude.
Advancing Patient Care
UF College of Medicine faculty who recently underwent training geared toward improving the quality and safety of health care are now applying what they’ve learned to new projects in Gainesville. Their goal: to improve care and enhance safety while developing a training program that will elevate care across the state, region and nation.
Meet our Faculty
Margaret “Peggy” Wallace, Ph.D., a professor in the department of molecular genetics and microbiology in the University of Florida College of Medicine, has received an award from the Children’s Tumor Foundation in recognition of her significant contributions to neurofibromatosis research.
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