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.
Consider giving to Gator MDs, PAs and PhDs to support the future of medical education.
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.
Campus comes alive each year during Alumni Weekend as hundreds of alumni, friends and families return to campus to reconnect and celebrate their accomplishments as doctors, physician assistants, researchers and educators. Space is limited for several events and football tickets always sell out.
A message from UF College of Medicine Interim Dean Dr. Joseph A. Tyndall
Ashleigh Wright, M.D. ’07, receives the 53rd Hippocratic Award for contributions to medical education
Angeli Maun Akey, M.D. ’93, offers patients compassion and education in time of crisis
Christopher Broder, Ph.D. ’89, says more improved antibody tests can help lessen impact of future outbreaks