Photos Tagged as 'College of Medicine'

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Scott Teitelbaum, M.D.

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Scott Teitelbaum, M.D., medical director of the Florida Recovery Center at UF

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Ritalin abuse poses risk during college exam week

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Michelle M. Bishop, Ph.D

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Michelle M. Bishop, Ph.D., a research assistant professor in the department of medicine's division of hematology/oncology at UF's College of Medicine (Photo by John Pastor)

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Quality of life a long-lasting concern for cancer patient caregivers

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Satya Kalra, Ph.D.

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Satya Kalra, Ph.D., a UF professor of neuroscience (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Got brain? Neural mechanisms play role in healthy bone growth

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Gregory Schultz, Ph.D.

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Gregory Schultz, Ph.D., director of the UF Wound Research Institute in the College of Medicine

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UF researchers receive funds to find mustard gas treatment

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Berlin Heart 2-Large

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Alexzander Wood, 9, stands next to University of Florida College of Medicine cardiac surgeon Dr. Mark Bleiweis in January. Alexzander received a new heart on Feb. 19, just months after becoming the first child in Florida to receive the Berlin Heart, a mechanical device that kept him alive and improved his condition while he waited for a transplant. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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State’s first child to be implanted with Berlin Heart device receives new heart

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Berlin Heart

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Dr. Mark Bleiweis, a University of Florida College of Medicine cardiac surgeon, checks the Berlin Heart he and other surgeons placed in Alexzander Wood, 9. Last fall, Wood became the first child in Florida to receive the mechanical device, which kept him alive and improved his condition while he waited for a transplant. Wood finally received his new heart Feb. 19 when a donated organ became available. (Photo by: Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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State’s first child to be implanted with Berlin Heart device receives new heart

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Cardiology Group

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Pictured (left to right) are University of Florida nephrologist Dr. Mark Segal, UF molecular physiologist Mohan Raizada and Dr. Carl Pepine, chief of cardiovascular medicine at UF’s College of Medicine, during a meeting to discuss UF’s role in a new national network designed to study stem cell treatments in patients with cardiovascular disease. As part of a five-member federally funded consortium known as the Cardiovascular Cell Therapy Research Network, UF scientists will seek to identify and test new cell therapies to improve the structure and function of the heart and its blood vessels. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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UF to research stem cell treatments for heart disease

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David Seaberg, M.D.

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David Seaberg, M.D., a professor and chairman of emergency medicine at UF’s College of Medicine (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Super Bowl could be hazardous to some fans’ health

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Foster~ Jackson

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Travis C. Jackson, (left) a graduate student of neuroscience working with Thomas C. Foster, Ph.D., the Evelyn F. McKnight chair for research on aging and memory at the University of Florida, may have pinpointed why some brain cells necessary for healthy memory can survive old age or disease, while similar cells hardly a millimeter away die. The finding could help scientists understand and find solutions for age-related memory loss. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Cellular ‘brakes’ may slow memory process in aging brains

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Warner Elizabeth_Kiewel_Large

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Elizabeth Warner, M.D., currently in her second year of research as part of her surgical residency training (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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UF surgical residents honored for trauma research

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