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.
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240 alumni, students and friends of the UF College of Medicine participated by running, walking, rolling or self-propelling a distance of 3.1 miles at any place at any time in January. Registration fees supported UF College of Medicine scholarships.
Recent graduates reflect on their new careers and the support that funded their dreams
Interventional cardiologist Yolanda Hendley, M.D. ’05, helps her patients find a fresh start
Charles Takeo Ozaki, M.D., Ph.D., one of the UF College of Medicine’s first graduates, passed away Feb. 3 at 94.
Anthony Pizzo, M.D. ’71, reflects on lessons learned during his 40-year career in plastic surgery