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A More Normal Life for Luke

Almost 34 weeks into her pregnancy, Megan’s water broke. Panicked, knowing that she was about to deliver early, she was rushed to the hospital.

Running for Research racing toward better lives with PWS

Kelly Shad Guillou and her daughter, Clementine, were at UF Health for a check-up with Jennifer L. Miller, M.D., a professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s division of pediatric endocrinology. Living with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS), Clementine depends on Miller’s expert care.

2022 Exemplary Teacher Award

The College of Medicine recognizes several department of pediatric staff members as recipients of a 2022 Exemplary Teacher Award. This award recognizes up to 10% of the College of Medicine faculty nominated by their department Chair and selected based on their teaching excellence of medical students,…

Florida just banned transgender treatment for minors. What now?

That leaves the University of Florida’s Youth Gender Program as the only pediatric multidisciplinary academic center open to new referrals in the state, according to Michael Haller, a professor and chief of pediatric endocrinology at the University of Florida, who said he was not speaking on…