College of Medicine – COMmunique, July 9, 2018
 
 

Med School Can See, Count Cancer Cells In Blood, Thanks To Patient’s Family

On a computer screen, the enemy is a misshapen neon-colored blob – a metastatic cell that’s spreading cancer to the lungs, brain and liver. Thanks...Read More...

New Partnership With Dr. Aileen Caceres and UCF Health GYN Services

UCF Health gynecologist Dr. John Tramont and expert minimally invasive gynecologic surgery specialist Dr. Aileen Caceres have teamed up to provide specialized gynecology services to...Read More...

Cheers (Literally) For Residency Graduation

UCF’s second Orlando residency graduation was a celebration filled with cheers – Residents cheered their attending physicians, their class’ top graduates and even chanted “Chief,...Read More...

More Residents Staying in Florida After Graduation

WFTV’s Jamie Holmes interviewed Dr. Diane Davey and graduating resident, Dr. Dana Oldham, about the increasing number of residents choosing to stay in Florida after...Read More...

Global Health Team Cares For Hundreds Of Patients In Peru

An interprofessional healthcare team of 51 students, faculty and volunteers provided primary care and surgeries for more than 500 patients in a remote village of...Read More...

FOX 35 Features UCF Neurological Research

Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is the most common neurological disease you’ve never heard of. Ed Linde has it, and so do six of his family members. The...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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