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UF med students use personalized medicine to catch leukemia before it starts

Two medical students received awards from the American Society for Hematology for research on myelodysplastic syndrome, a disorder that can turn into leukemia.


A new era in medical education

The University of Florida debuts the new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building, a 95,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility.


UF College of Medicine increases NIH funding in 2014

At a time when garnering National Institutes of Health research funding has proved challenging for many institutions across the country, the UF College of Medicine has increased its NIH grant funding for the fifth consecutive year.

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Points of Pride

The University of Florida College of Medicine has been the premier public medical school in the state of Florida for six decades, committed to a mission of excellence in medical education, scientific research and patient care. We are proud of our leadership, regionally and nationally, in programs aimed at solving some of today’s most challenging health care problems. Our intensive focus on the translation of cutting-edge research from laboratory bench to patient bedside has resulted in medical discoveries that are changing the delivery of health care across the state, the nation and the world. We are proud of our work across the vast spectrum of medicine and offer these “Points of Pride” as a guide to the most innovative areas within our institution.

To view the PDF version of the UF College of Medicine's Points of Pride presentation, click here.