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Gatorade Dedication

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The late Dr. Robert Cade, who led a College of Medicine team that invented Gatorade, was honored Nov. 16 at the dedication of a historical marker celebrating the creation of the sports drink. The marker is the first in a series planned to highlight significant historic events and achievements at the University of Florida. Dr. Cade is pictured in the wheelchair at right. Dr. Cade died Tuesday, November 27, 2007. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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lorida Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp during a meeting with College of Medicine leaders

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College of Medicine Dean Dr. Bruce Kone (left) talks with Florida Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp during a meeting with College of Medicine leaders Sept. 7. Kottkamp was visiting the colleges of Medicine, Business and Law to meet faculty and students and to participate in a number of events. During the Health Science Center visit, he met with (from left) medical student Rana Yehia; Dr. Hubert Fernandez, co-director of UF’s Movement Disorders Center ; Dr. Richard Bucciarelli, interim chairman of pediatrics; and Dr. Marco Pahor, director of the Institute on Aging. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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World Diabetes Day

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The Century Tower shone blue as UF became the first university in the United States to light campus monuments in honor of World Diabetes Day on Nov. 14. The 11-story tower was one of six campus landmarks that were lit and remained blue throughout the weekend to raise awareness about the growing diabetes epidemic. World Diabetes Day was instituted by the International Diabetes Federation and is the primary global awareness campaign devoted to diabetes. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Falsetti, Anthony in Pound ID Lab

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University of Florida forensic anthropologist Anthony Falsetti, director of the C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory in Gainesville, Fla., expects the arrival of the mummified remains of what has been reported to be an infant boy in this Jan. 29, 2007 file photo. The body was reportedly found in a Delray Beach, Fla., storage unit inside a suitcase and wrapped in an issue of the New York Daily News dated Jan. 9, 1957. The lab is scheduled to receive the body on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007 and will begin the examination, which will take several weeks to several months to complete. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Bear

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University of Florida veterinarian Erin McNally monitors anesthesia while other technicians dress the foot wounds of this 18-year-old Florida black bear May 14 at UF's Veterinary Medical Center. State wildlife officials brought the bear to UF for treatment after she was found by firefighters in the Osceola County National Forest. The bear suffered third-degree burns on her feet and is receiving fluid therapy and daily wound care at UF while her condition stabilizes. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Eagle Nesting

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They may have been removed from the endangered species list, but this family of bald eagles that took up residence on the UF Health Science Center campus won't be disturbed to make way for a planned construction project. The university will relocate a parking facility to comply with other wildlife protection rules, leaving this eaglet (left) and its parent free to soar high above the campus and locate prey in nearby Lake Alice. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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DBS Philippines

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University of Florida doctors talk with a Parkinson’s disease patient (visible far right on screen) and her husband via an Internet telephone connection to the Philippines on Thursday, Aug. 23 at UF’s McKnight Brain Institute. The patient was virtually paralyzed until neurologists in the Philippines activated her deep brain stimulator under the direction of UF Movement Disorders Center physicians (from left) Michael Okun, Hubert Fernandez, Kelly Foote and Ramon Rodriguez. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Real Life 101

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Luis Lucas, center, host of television show "Real Life 101," interviews fourth-year College of Medicine student Rana Yehia at UF's Harrell Professional Development and Assessment Center on Tuesday, Aug. 28. The syndicated show targets kids in their early teens to introduce them to careers — or in this case, medical school and college life. An air date has not yet been set for the broadcast. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Protest

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Dr. Sarosh Batlivala (center left), a senior resident in pediatrics, stood in a downpour with about 25 of his colleagues Oct. 2 in front of Shands AGH. They joined doctors at hospitals around the country in the 15-minute stand to protest a possible presidential veto of extended funding for the State Children's Health Insurance Program. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Senator-Health care policy discussions

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U.S. Florida Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, center left, and Republican Sen. Mel Martinez, center right, listen as UF College of Medicine Executive Dean Michael Good makes a point during a roundtable discussion on health care policy with UF physicians on Feb. 21. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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