College of Medicine — COMmunique, May 15, 2017
 
 

A Passion Reignited: College Of Medicine Director Fulfills Childhood Dream

Sometimes we get second chances at fulfilling our dreams. For Zoe Brown-Weissmann, director of student academic support services at the College of Medicine, having two...Read More...

Gold Humanism Society Honors Altruism

Aspiring physicians typically come to medical school with a selfless concern for helping others. But studies show such caring can disappear amidst the rigors of...Read More...

College of Medicine-HCA Consortium Receives Approval For Two More Residencies

A UCF College of Medicine-Hospital Corporation of America consortium, working to add needed residency slots to Florida, has received approval for two more programs –...Read More...

Burnett Student Research Advances Medical Discovery

Calling medical research “opening a door no one has ever walked through before,” College of Medicine graduate student Jamillah Hammond hopes to mend broken hearts...Read More...

“Unwavering Determination” Takes Physician To Researcher And Resident

After earning her medical degree in Myanmar (formerly Burma,) Zin Mar Htun said she knew how to care for sick people – but didn’t know...Read More...

More Than 200 Burnett Students Graduate May 4

On May 4, Austin Burns walked across the stage with 231 undergraduate and eight graduate students from the medical school’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences,...Read More...

UCF Health Welcomes New Dermatologist

Dr. Naveed Sami recently joined UCF Health as a board-certified dermatologist with a focus on blistering diseases of the skin and general dermatology. Dr. Sami...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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