Alumni

Students doing the Gator chomp in their graduation caps and gowns

IT'S GREAT TO BE A GATOR GRAD

Alumni Affairs

The UF Office of Medical Alumni Affairs exists to engage alumni in the education, research and patient care missions of the College of Medicine as well as serve current students and housestaff to help them remain connected to the college’s mission as future alumni. We are proud to serve and represent the broad array of alumni who were trained here — physicians, physician assistants, researchers, residents, fellows and interns.

GET INVOLVED

SUPPORT THE NEXT GENERATION

Philanthropy

Consider giving to Gator MDs, PAs and PhDs to support the future of medical education.

Student with scholarship donor

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Volunteer opportunities

There are many ways for your to share your knowledge and expertise with College of Medicine students. By volunteering, you have the opportunity to make a lasting impact on their education.

As a fourth-year medical student, Marielle Gross, M.D. '15, (pictured left) made use of the HOST program by staying with Andreea Nemes, M.D. ’09, during her residency interview in New York.

Alumni Events

College Calendar

Upcoming Events

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ALUMNI NEWS

A transformational gift

A legacy of opportunity for future physicians

‘An understanding, supportive and welcoming environment’

Pediatric endocrinologist Lisa Kenigsberg Fechter, MD ’09, specializes in the care of transgender youths, teens

Finding a better way

As CEO of Morphogenesis Inc., Patricia Lawman, PhD ’91, develops novel cell and gene therapies to fight cancer

UF Health professor part of prestigious national committee advising on COVID-19 vaccine allocation

Dr. Sonja Rasmussen is part of a national committee advising on COVID-19 vaccine allocation