Photos Tagged as 'College of Medicine'

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Steven Ghivizzani, Ph. D. and Patrick T. Colahan, DVM, DACVS

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Steven Ghivizzani, Ph.D., and Patrick T. Colahan, DVM, DACVS, observe a horse’s gait at the University of Florida’s Large Animal Hospital. (Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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Osteoarthritis gene therapy being developed at UF could help both people, animals

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Lennox Archibald, M.D.

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Lennox Archibald, M.D., division of infectious diseases, hospital epidemiologist.(Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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Robert Cook, M.D., M.P.H.

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Robert Cook, M.D., M.P.H., an associate professor of epidemiology and medicine at the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions and the College of Medicine.

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UF researchers receive $2.7 million to study hazardous alcohol use in women with HIV

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Nancy P. Mendenhall, M.D. and College of Medicine Dean Michael Good, M.D.

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Nancy P. Mendenhall, M.D., medical director of the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute and associate chair of the UF department of radiation oncology, is the recipient of a James E. Lockwood Professorship. She receives congratulations from College of Medicine Dean Michael Good, M.D., at the Celebrating Distinctions recognition ceremony.

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Nancy P. Mendenhall, M.D., named to James E. Lockwood Professorship

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Jeffrey L. Goldhagen, M.D., MPH., with 10-year-old Taubri Jackson, his grandmother, Marian Williams, and Taubri’s guide dog, Fergi

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Dr. Jeff Goldhagen, chief of the division of community pediatrics at the College of Medicine-Jacksonville, is pictured with 10-year-old Taubri Jackson, his grandmother, Marian Williams, and Taubri's guide dog, Fergie. Goldhagen was recently appointed to the Community Hospice of Northeast Florida/Neviaser Family Professorship in Pediatric Palliative Care at the College of Medicine. The professorship assures that pediatric palliative care programs, such as Community PedsCare, can continue to evolve and provide the services in Jacksonville that have helped Taubri's grandmother care for his special needs.

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New UF professorship in Jacksonville supports palliative care program for children

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UF&Shands at Springhill ground breaking ceremony.

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Demolition of the former Clay Electric Cooperative building began Monday to make way for "UF&Shands at Springhill," a multispecialty clinic that will open in January 2013 and offer health care in neurology, cardiology, dermatology, psychiatry and women's health services.

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‘UF&Shands at Springhill’ to offer specialty care in northwest Alachua County

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UF&Shands at Springhill ground breaking ceremony.

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Turning over the first ceremonial shovels of ground for the multispecialty clinic "UF&Shands at Springhill" on Monday were Shands HealthCare Chief Executive Officer Tim Goldfarb, Dr. Michael Good, dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine; Dr. David Guzick, UF senior vice president for health affairs and president of the UF&Shands Health System; Alachua County Commission Chairman Lee Pinkoson; and Dr. Marvin Dewar, a senior associate dean and chief executive officer of UF Physicians with the College of Medicine. (Photo by Jesse Jones/University of Florida)

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Torel Brain Injury

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Michael L. Good, M.D., dean of the UF College of Medicine, signs paperwork to help establish the Toral Family Foundation Professorship in Traumatic Brain Injury, alongside Frank Toral, an advocate for brain injury research and education. Watching are Joseph A. Tyndall, M.D., chairman for the department of emergency medicine, and Latha Ganti Stead, M.D., chief of clinical research for the department of emergency medicine and the first Toral Family Foundation professor. (Photo by Maria Farias/University of Florida)

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Toral Family Foundation supports traumatic brain injury research at UF

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