ALUMNI WEEKEND GOES VIRTUAL
While we cannot gather for Alumni Weekend in person this year, the UF College of Medicine is thinking of you. We are proud of all the alumni physicians, physician assistants and researchers who have advanced the field of medicine over the past 60+ years. There are several ways to reconnect virtually this year including lectures, updates and celebrations. If you are in a milestone reunion year, you will receive an email regarding a class Zoom happy hour. We look forward to seeing you in Gainesville soon. Go Gators!
Learn about what’s new at the UF College of Medicine in a video message from Interim Dean Joseph A. Tyndall, MD, MPH.
Learn about what’s new at the UF School of PA Studies in a video message from Associate Dean and Randolph B. Mahoney Director Nina Multak, PhD, MPAS, PA-C.
Learn about what’s new this year in the UF College of Medicine graduate program in a video message from Associate Dean for Graduate Education Thomas C. Rowe, PhD.
Terry R. Knapp, MD ’70, will present a Notable Alumnus Lecture titled, “Transforming Healthcare Worldwide: Integrated Digital Care and P4 Medicine.”
Even though we cannot gather in person, reunion year classes have the opportunity to gather virtually in a Zoom class happy hour. All Zooms will take place Friday, Oct. 2, and a link to the appropriate meeting will be sent via email to the class. For more information, please contact Alumni Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See how students at the UF College of Medicine are gaining valuable. hands-on experience through state-of-the-art simulation and experiential learning resources.
While we wish alumni and students of the MHP could network in person at our annual reception, please take this opportunity to virtually meet the newest class of students.
Medical students from the UF College of Medicine share words of gratitude with donors of the Their Future, Your Legacy scholarship campaign.
By participating in a collective effort, you initiate the legacy of your class and signal the enduring connection you and your classmates have for our great college. Support from our alumni plays a critical role in advancing our mission to educate future medical leaders. Please consider the impact you and your fellow alumni can make on the lives and careers of UF College of Medicine students.
2020 WALL OF FAME HONOREES
The UF College of Medicine Wall of Fame recognizes outstanding alumni who have made contributions to medicine, government, education and the community.
Michael L. Good, MD, who completed residency training at UF in 1987, has been added to the UF College of Medicine Wall of Fame. As a former faculty member and dean of the UF College of Medicine, his contributions to medical education and service to students and faculty are recognized through this distinction.
Joe Lezama, MD, who received his medical degree from UF in 1997, has been added to the UF College of Medicine Wall of Fame. He is a professor of medicine, vice-chair and associate program director in the department of internal medicine at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine.
Break out the orange and blue crayons and let your children express their Gator spirit with these printable coloring pages.
Get ready for game day with recipes from 4 Rivers Smokehouse that you can cook up at home on the grill.
Cheer for the Gators with DIY pompoms.
Show us how you’re celebrating the Gator game at home by submitting your photos.
Missing the sounds of the Gator band and the UF cheers? Celebrate from home with this list of traditional Gator football cheers and songs.