College of Medicine — COMmunique, December 18, 2017
 
 

AutoNation Cure Bowl Raises $3.3 Million For Breast Cancer Research

  Saturday’s third AutoNation Cure Bowl has brought a total of $3,305,000 to cancer research and of this amount, almost $1 million is supporting the...Read More...

College of Medicine/HCA Consortium Announces New Transitional Year Residency Program

A new Transitional Year Residency Program, based at Ocala Regional Medical Center in Ocala, FL has received initial accreditation and is seeking immediate applicants. This...Read More...

UCF Military Officers Match Into Residencies, Ready To Give Back

mili Michael Povlow has always had “inner calling” to serve his country and that’s why he joined the Army before going to medical school.  And when...Read More...

WATCH: Standardized Patient “SP Dave” Wins Healthier Community Award

  David Shaheen is a retired NASA finance manager who has volunteered as a “Standardized Patient”, an SP, since the charter class entered UCF’s medical...Read More...

Hearing Patients’ Stories Is Key To Good Care

Listening to patients “is the single most powerful tool in medicine,” and will never outweigh high-tech innovations, a national patient care advocate told medical students...Read More...

“Doctor Mommy” Earns Ph.D., Stays At UCF To Continue Finding Cancer Cure

  Ana Carr’s passion is helping people with cancer. She lost her grandfather to the disease, volunteered at a pediatric oncology hospital in her native...Read More...

Ailing Teen Gets Wish To Be Med Student For A Day

Tears streamed down Karen Culler’s face as she watched her teenage daughter Hannah receive her white coat from the UCF College of Medicine dean. The...Read More...

UCF Research Aims To Create Smart Prosthetic Implants

UCF research may lead to an exciting future where blind people see again, neurostimulator implants help relieve chronic pain and war veterans feel the sensation...Read More...

First-Generation Graduate Fulfilling Her Father’s Dream

  Jeanine Garcia was too young to remember the day her father Lazaro set sail from Cuba on a raft made of beer kegs and...Read More...

 
 
 
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Letting Down Your Guard Can Spread COVID-19

As COVID-19 cases spike, health officials are discovering that many people currently testing positive were infected while they were with people they know –...

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