College of Medicine — COMmunique, May 29, 2012
 
 

Economic Development Through Partnership

Business and community leaders gathered at the UCF College of Medicine May 16 and pledged that public-private partnerships must thrive to develop Central Florida’s economy...Read More...

‘Firing Up’ Students About Health Careers

The UCF College of Medicine is partnering with Osceola County high school students to help increase diversity in medical education.  “We’re trying to fire up...Read More...

Burnett School Launches New Website

The College of Medicine’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences has a new website with more interactive features, a cutting-edge design and a news feed that...Read More...

Support Student Medical Mission Trip To Peru

College of Medicine M.D. students will join forces with a group of physicians, physical therapists and physician assistants for a two-week medical mission trip to...Read More...

Burnett School Students Earn Research Week Honors

An interest in infectious diseases, an affinity for long hours in the lab, and a grandfather’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease are some reasons that inspired...Read More...

Partnership Hat For Dr. Payer

Partnership wears many hats at the University of Central Florida, and recently, that community interaction hat was an authentic Stetson. Guenevere Rae, Health Sciences Laboratory...Read More...

Introducing Health Sciences Library iMacs

Rosella Rowell couldn’t wait for the yellow ribbon to be cut at the six new iMac stations at the UCF College of Medicine’s Harriet F....Read More...

New Nano Technique Determines Aggressiveness Of Prostate Cancer

One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, the second leading cause of death among men in the United States....Read More...

Cendans Are Musical Team

Call them the musical dynamic duo. On May 11, Dr. Juan Cendan, the College of Medicine’s assistant dean for simulation, and his son Aaron performed...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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