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UF College of Medicine rises in graduate school rankings

The University of Florida College of Medicine rose in the national research rankings while also remaining Florida’s top-ranked medical school, according to new graduate medical school rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report. It is joined in the national rankings by the No. 7-ranked College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Michele Lossius Receives Clinical Excellence Award

The clinical excellence award recognizes a faculty member who epitomizes excellence in patient care, is a leader in the advancement of clinical innovations, and who has had deep impact on patients, staff, peers, and trainees. Awardees will exemplify humanistic and compassionate patient care, be highly effective leading multidisciplinary…

Dr. Shelley Collins Recieves 2023 UF Hippocratic Award

The M.D. class of 2023 selected Shelley Collins, M.D., the associate dean for student affairs and a professor of pediatrics, as the winner of the 2023 Hippocratic Award, annually bestowed by the graduating medical school class to an exemplary teacher and mentor who embodies the ideals of the…

Manuela Corti Receives ASGCT New Investigator Award

Winners of the Outstanding New Investigator (ONI) Award come from academia, research foundations, government, or industry, and are recognized each year based on their contributions to the field of gene and cell therapy. Each awardee will present a keynote lecture at the ASGCT Annual Meeting highlighting their scientific accomplishments…

New Faculty Leadership Roles Announced

After an extensive interview process involving UF Health and the College of Medicine, please join us in congratulating the following Department of Pediatrics faculty for their new leadership roles in the Department. We look forward to their contributions to enhancing our clinical and operational processes.

DM at UF raises $2 million for CMN Hospitals

During its annual 26.2-hour event on April 1-2, Dance Marathon at the University of Florida raised an amazing $2,007,079.05 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital.

Congratulations to New Alpha Omega Alpha Members

We would like to announce that four of our pediatric residents and one pediatric faculty have been elected to Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA), a national medical honor society established in 1902. It is an honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. A lifelong honor,…