College of Medicine — COMmunique, February 12, 2019
 
 

UCF Heart Researcher Gets $5 Million NIH Boost

A UCF cardiovascular researcher has received a major funding boost for his research into improving the quality of life for cancer survivors and diabetic patients....Read More...

UCF Researcher Studies “Zombie” Cells Contributing To Age-Related Issues

      Diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis and other aging diseases may be reversible according to new research, which has identified a drug combination...Read More...

Clerkship Coordinator Wins National Award

A passion for seeing students excel and a spirit of hard work are two key ingredients in Celia Linton’s recipe for success. Linton is the...Read More...

Research Is “Game-Changer” for Resident Physicians

Dr. Hiren Patel’s COPD patient was suffering from worsening breathing problems and now complained of a dull ache in his abdomen. During a physical exam,...Read More...

Growing Bolder Features New Lifestyle Med Physician

One of UCF Health newest physicians, Dr. Sharon Wasserstrom was recently featured on Growing Bolder, discussing the rise of lifestyle medicine and what conditions can...Read More...

 
 
 
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Tell Me Something Good – The Benefits of Gratitude

In this last COVID-19 health tip before the holidays, we’re addressing gratitude – an approach to life that helps improve your mental...

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