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University of Florida College of Medicine Match Day 2016
 
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Students from the University of Florida College of Medicine's class of 2016 discover where they will spend the next four years — or more — of their medical careers. #UFMatch #Match2016
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University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine
 
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The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine is the state of Florida’s only veterinary medical college and has been impacting animal, human and environmental health worldwide for more than 40 years in the areas of teaching, patient care, community service and research. As part of a leading land-grant university, the college’s joint identity as a part of UF’s Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) and the UF Health Science Center (UF Health) has created unique opportunities for collaboration and academic advancement in clinical patient care and in the biomedical sciences. The college and the UF Veterinary Hospitals are at the forefront of health care for large, small and exotic animals as well as endangered species and niche areas such as shelter medicine and aquatic animal health. Key areas of focus in the biomedical sciences include immunology, neuroscience, and infectious diseases. The college is also a leader in educational innovations such as the use of synthetic canine models in teaching laboratories and in the cross-disciplinary initiative of One Health, campuswide and among veterinary medical colleges nationwide.
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UF veterinary students advance surgery skills using synthetic canine cadavers
 
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida veterinary medical students are implementing some of the most advanced technology in the world by using the first-ever synthetic canine cadavers in a surgery lab. The canine models, which bleed and even have a pulse, have all of the bones, muscles, relevant organs and vascular components found in actual dogs. Made from a library of more than 100 synthetic materials that mimic actual living tissue in terms of mechanical properties, densities and other properties, the model “is an actual synthetic animal with all of the relevant body systems, with a heart that actually pumps synthetic blood through the core, organs and limbs,” said Christopher Sakezles, president of SynDaver Labs, which makes synthetic human cadavers as training aids in human medicine. “It can be intubated and ventilated.” The UF College of Veterinary Medicine bought 25 of the true-to-life models last year after talks with SynDaver Labs. Initially, a team including the college’s executive director, John Haven, and UF small animal surgeons J. Brad Case, D.V.M., and Stanley Kim, B.V.Sc., visited the company’s headquarters in Tampa to discuss whether the company could create a canine abdominal model that veterinary medical students could use in surgery courses as an alternative to canine cadavers. “During the visit, we showed them our current human technology and I suggested building the full dog, because, why not?” said Sakezles. Further discussions then ensued with the UF surgeons to tweak the model’s design. “We gave them a list of specific features we wanted to see in the model,” said Kim, an assistant professor of small animal surgery at UF. “They then built a prototype and brought it up for us to test. We tested and provided feedback on three or four iterations of the model before the final product was created.” The students who participated in the first lab on Nov. 29 were seniors enrolled in an advanced surgery course. Two labs were held in different time slots on that day with students stationed in teams at different work tables. The class was given a series of abdominal surgical procedures to perform — a splenectomy and a liver biopsy were on the list but other types of procedures will be covered in the future — with audiovisual monitors installed on walls above each station as teaching aids. Chris Alling, a senior UF veterinary medical student who participated in the lab, said the models were helpful from a student’s perspective because all of the typical pressures of surgery, including blood loss, anesthesia maintenance and asepsis, are removed, or at least mitigated. “Of course, we still do our best to maintain sterile technique and limit hemorrhage, but when errors are made, we don’t experience the same level of anxiety as if we had endangered a living, breathing patient,” Alling said. “This allows us to focus more fully on the surgical techniques themselves, which ultimately builds confidence for when we will be eventually faced with real cases.” The models are compatible with all known surgical instruments and imaging techniques. “I thought the lab went spectacularly,” said Case, who assisted in teaching the class. “I think it was great that the seniors got the first shot and were able to do the more advanced procedures. That said, I think the sophomores this spring will love being able to perform their first-ever mock spay procedure in a SynDaver canine versus through the historic use of cadavers. I am really looking forward to that.” Kim added that he felt “very fortunate” to be a part of the team that delivered this experience to the students. “It may turn out to be one of my biggest contributions to veterinary medicine,” he said. “Simulation is the way of the future for surgical training in both the human and veterinary fields, and in helping to develop this model, we at UF are leading the way in simulation veterinary surgery.” -30- The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine is supported through funding from UF Health and the UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. ------------------------------------------ For more UF Health news and events, like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UFHealthNews or follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/UFHealthNews Recent UF Health news releases are available at https://ufhealth.org/news A guide to UF Health experts is available at http://www.experts.ufl.edu/
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Conjoined twins connected at the heart and liver successfully separated at UF Health
 
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Conjoined twin girls who were connected at the heart and other organs have been successfully separated in an extremely rare surgery performed by physicians at University Florida Health Shands Children’s Hospital. The girls, who were born at UF Health Shands Hospital in April and separated in June, each had their own complete set of organs but were attached at the liver, diaphragm, sternum and heart, called a thoraco-omphalopagus connection. Their hearts were the most critical element of the separation, according to Mark Bleiweis, M.D., chief of pediatric and congenital cardiovascular surgery at UF Health and the surgeon who performed the heart separation. The twins shared a connection at the upper chamber of the heart, called the atrium, where blood enters the heart. “It was a really complex connection because it was close to very important veins in the hearts of both babies,” Bleiweis said. “In the world, there have not been many successful separations with a cardiac connection. It became a very challenging planning process for us, and, ultimately, a challenging separation.”
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Lower-Carb Diet Slows Growth of Aggressive Brain Tumor
 
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida Health researchers have slowed down a notoriously aggressive type of brain tumor in mouse models by using a low-carbohydrate diet. A high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet that included a coconut oil derivative helped reduce the growth of glioblastoma tumor cells and extended lifespan in mouse models by 50 percent, researchers found. The results were published recently in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. Glioblastoma is the most common brain tumor in adults. There is no effective long-term treatment and patients usually live for 12 to 15 months after diagnosis, according to the National Cancer Institute. The findings are a new twist on an old idea: The so-called ketogenic diet has been used for nearly 90 years to help reduce epileptic seizures. Now, a high-fat, low-carbohydrate version of the ketogenic diet has been shown to slow glioblastoma tumors by cutting back the energy supply they need to thrive, said Brent Reynolds, Ph.D., a professor in the department of neurosurgery in the UF College of Medicine. A glioblastoma tumor requires large amounts of energy as it grows, and the the dietary intervention works by drastically limiting the tumor’s supply of glucose, Reynolds said.
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University of Florida Genetics & Genomics Graduate Program
 
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The University of Florida Genetics Institute is a biomedical research center that promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research utilizing the tools of genetics and genomics. It includes more than 240 faculty members, representing seven colleges and 50 academic departments. The UFGI offers graduate training through its Genetics and Genomics Graduate Program. Founded in 2007, the program provides interdisciplinary doctorate level training for students with an emphasis on computational approaches. The graduate program embraces the philosophy that good geneticists are integrative, and incorporate many different genetic sub-fields into their work. Students have the opportunity to train in any UFGI member’s laboratory, regardless of the college or departmental affiliation of the faculty member.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Adam J. Woods, Ph.D.
 
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Adam Woods, Ph.D., is an assistant professor and assistant program director for the University of Florida’s Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory. University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/
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UF Health's Cristina's Story
 
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At 6 years old, doctor's diagnosed Cristina Cinca with a life-threatening cardiac abnormality that would require heart transplantation. Listen to Cristina's incredible story of survival as a result of the UF Health Congenital Heart Center. At the UF Health Congenital Heart Center, we are celebrating 10 years of healing hearts.
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Why ShandsCair?
 
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UF Health ShandsCair celebrates 35 years of saving lives.
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Johannes Kast University of Florida College of Pharmacy
 
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University of Florida College of Pharmacy graduate student Johannes Kast is studying how medications work in outer space. With collaborators at NASA and other places, he is investigating how scientists may use drug research to effectively treat astronauts during a space mission. Kast credits the wealth of talented researchers at the UF College of Pharmacy for supporting his work. With a graduate degree from UF, Kast says there is no limits to where his research career may take him. Learn more about UF College of Pharmacy’s Graduate Programs at http://pharmacy.ufl.edu/graduateprograms
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UFHealth Izabella's Story
 
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Some people will explain transplant as a second chance at life. For Izabella Neira, a heart-lung transplant was her only chance for survival. Using a multidisciplinary team approach, University of Florida Health physicians at the UF Health Congenital Heart Center designed a treatment plan especially for Izabella’s rare congenital disease. Now, Izabella dances to the beat of her own heart.
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UF College of Pharmacy │“Welcome Home”
 
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The University of Florida College of Pharmacy is a great place to call home. The welcoming atmosphere and high quality pharmacy education fosters a sense of family among many of our students and alumni. To learn more about the UF College of Pharmacy and how you can make it your home for pharmacy training, visit http://pharmacy.ufl.edu.
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The UF Health Proton Therapy Institute Comforts Kids Receiving Cancer Treatment
 
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Proton therapy is a cancer treatment that targets tumors with high accuracy, allowing for favorable outcomes with a low risk of side effects. Since proton cancer treatment delivers less radiation to the healthy tissues surrounding a tumor than traditional radiation does, treatment complications may be fewer. The University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute treats cancers of the breast, head and neck, base of the skull, eye, lung, sarcoma, pediatrics, prostate, pancreas, pituitary, central nervous system and Hodgkin lymphoma.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Shannon E. Boye, Ph.D.
 
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Shannon E. Boye, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of ophthalmology, discusses her research involving developing gene therapies for devastating forms of blindness. University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/
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William A. Friedman – Personal Cancer Story
 
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At the Preston A. Wells Jr. Center for Brain Tumor Therapy at the University of Florida, we appreciate your quest to learn more about brain tumors, possible treatment options and the latest research studies. As part of the UF Health system, we pride ourselves on providing the optimal patient experience. We invite you to learn more about our personal stories with cancer so you can trust that we can relate with your situation. Many of us have been touched by cancer in one way or another, and we want you to know that we really are in this with you. To learn more about the center, visit us at braintumors.ufhealth.org.
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UF Health Shands Children's Hospital Virtual Tour
 
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: David C. Bloom, Ph.D.
 
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David C. Bloom, Ph.D., a professor in the University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology is a virologist who is developing novel therapies to treat Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) by modifying proteins that regulate latency and activation in the HSV genome. University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights
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Integrative Medicine – Gentle Yoga Patient Testimonial
 
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Retired teacher, Paula Barrett, discusses how the yoga classes offered at UF Health through the Integrative Medicine program positively affected her life at a time when she needed it the most.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Brian Hoh, M.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Dr. Brian Hoh, a professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of neurosurgery, discusses his research on the biologic mechanisms of brain aneurysm formation and rupture.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Michelle Gumz, Ph.D.
 
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Michelle Gumz, PhD, is an associate professor at the University of Florida, College of Medicine within the Division of Nephrology, Hypertension and Renal Transplantation. Dr. Gumz has a long-time interest in the molecular control of renal function and is investigating the role of circadian clock in the kidney. Her laboratory is studying the regulation of sodium transport in the kidney which is critical to the control of blood pressure as well as to overall cardiovascular health. Find more information about her research on the UF Nephrology website. http://nephrology.medicine.ufl.edu/research-2/dr-michelle-gumz-lab/ Image, Circadian Man, Txong Moua Photo, Leonardo DaVinci, Vitruvian Man – Public Domain Photo, Rachel Towne, Antique Clock – Creative Commons https://www.flickr.com/photos/stockerre/4770904192/in/photolist-8gA8AQ-EmsRz-6fnoNE-36VJGN-2vQknp-4P9B1x-9NNu3z-ugZeY-7NYUA3-36Q4pR-9BmtYf-8X8QYM-6H3db5-5jd7dA-3K3QFk-6A1vk-EmsFZ-bEx8qg-6XzhwK-6oz9JN-yWGAC-58bDvx-2cYtc3-4wjsVc-5yYLNM-5xrMYv-6wk7YZ-7vxscm-5bt6cp-gV6oFB-5CtP1b-ib3ZXQ-e5VE4v-9Un5uv-69pKkh-eHH34g-65wcpH-nsNr6p-hKiiRr-5REieo-3zv9D-DreJQ-myStXX-9x68cm-myTrDW-ohafLk-7xow5x-jJkHPa-myRFBv-642Jrh
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Volunteering with Arts in Medicine
 
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You don’t have to be an accomplished artist to make a difference in the lives of patients. UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine volunteers have direct contact with pediatric and adult patients using visual, literary and performing arts. Each academic semester, UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine accepts approximately 80 student and community volunteers at all skill levels.
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UF Health Shands Rehab Hospital
 
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Duane Mitchell, M.D., Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Duane Mitchell, M.D., Ph.D., a faculty member in the Lillian S. Wells department of neurosurgery at the University of Florida College of Medicine, discusses his research involving immunotherapy for brain cancer.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Ashley Brown, Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Dr. Ashley Brown, an assistant professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s Institute for Therapeutic Innovation, discusses her research using mathematical modeling to develop and optimize innovative treatments for viral pathogens such as influenza, HIV, hepatitis C, dengue and chikungunya.
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Marci Smeltz University of Florida College of Pharmacy
 
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Marci Smeltz chose the University of Florida College of Pharmacy for her graduate studies because of the diverse research interests that the college offers to students. As a graduate student at UF, she is appreciative of the many faculty that work collaboratively across disciplines to advance research. Smeltz studies different drug metabolizing, and her attempt to understand how these enzymes work will assist doctors and pharmacists in knowing if a drug will be effective for a patient. She hopes to one day work in a government lab doing research and development projects, and she credits UF for making her a much more well-rounded scientist. Learn more about UF College of Pharmacy’s Graduate Programs at http://pharmacy.ufl.edu/the-college/administration/research-and-graduate-studies/graduate-programs/.
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Alachua County Senior Recreation Center
 
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In Alachua County Florida, more than 38,000 people are aged 60 or older, and it is estimated that 25 percent of seniors live alone. Many of these seniors become isolated from their friends and community, giving up the activities they once enjoyed. Until recently, Alachua County was one of the few counties in Florida that did not have a dedicated multiservice senior center to serve as an active focal point where seniors can socialize, access services, participate in fun and educational activities, volunteer and stay generally engaged with their peers and the broader community. Research indicates that this type of isolation can erode the physical, mental and emotional health of seniors, gradually diminishing quality of life and ultimately disaffecting their ability to remain independent. As these dynamics evolve, seniors and their caregivers become more likely to need assistance from the broader community and the already strained long-term healthcare systems. Studies on seniors show that activities, socialization and enhanced community connectedness can prevent depression, decrease feelings of isolation and increase quality of life. By providing Alachua County’s large community of seniors its first true senior center, this project will have an immediate and significant beneficial impact on the quality of life for today’s seniors and an ongoing impact on tomorrow’s need for long-term care. The Senior Recreation Center addresses and meets the needs of this growing population of seniors, and it will also help relieve some of the stress placed on the caregiver. 352.265.9040 Hours of business operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm 5701 N.W. 34th Blvd. Gainesville, FL 32653
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Mattia Prosperi, M.Eng, Ph.D.
 
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Dr. Mattia Prosperi, associate professor the in the University of Florida department of epidemiology, discusses his research in the areas of biomedical modelling and ‘big data’ mining focused on precision medicine and translational science.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Jorg Bungert, Ph.D.
 
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Jorg Bungert, Ph.D., a professor in the University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s department of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, discusses his research on the regulation of human b-globin genes. University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Jill Verlander, DVM
 
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Dr. Jill Verlander is a scientist who is investigating kidney cell responses to maintain acid-base and electrolyte balance.
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Sarthak Singhal and Yalun Tan University of Florida College of Pharmacy
 
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The department of pharmacodynamics at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers graduate students a collaborative environment for students to pursue their interests in the neuroscience field. Sarthak Singhal and Yalun Tan are third-year students pursuing their doctorate degree. These young scientists are studying how the brain functions from a cellular and behavioral level. They are recognizing that success as a scientist depends upon the ideas and techniques that are shared amongst collaborators in their department and across disciplines at the University of Florida. For more information on the department of pharmacodynamics, visit http://pd.pharmacy.ufl.edu/.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Eric Wang, Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Dr. Eric Wang, Ph. D., an assistant professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology and a UF Genetics Institute faculty member, discusses his research involving RNA localization and its effect on health and disease.
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UF College of Nursing Thanks You
 
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Dr. Phillip Frost Receives UF Honorary Degree
 
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Phillip Frost, M.D., chairman and chief executive officer of OPKO Health, Inc., a multinational biopharmaceutical and diagnostic company headquartered in Miami, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Florida during the fall 2015 commencement ceremony. His nomination emanated from the College of Pharmacy.
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Snider-Irving 60th Anniversary Giving Challenge
 
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Edgardo Rodriguez, Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Edgardo Rodriguez, Ph.D., explains how his research is leading to a better understanding of neurodegenerative diseases. His work involves understanding why some neurons are so vulnerable to disease and developing gene-based therapeutic strategies. Rodriguez is an assistant professor in the department of pharmacology and therapeutics at the University of Florida College of Medicine.
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Nihal El Rouby University of Florida College of Pharmacy
 
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Nihal El Rouby, Pharm.D., is in search of genetic markers that may hold clues to the effectiveness of hypertension drugs. By identifying genetic predictors that control blood pressure response to medications, her research may help health care providers better predict whether a patient will be resistant to hypertension medications. The internationally recognized pharmacogenomics program at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy has connected her to leading scholars and researchers in the field and fueled her passion for solving the mystery of why patients respond differently when taking the same drug. Learn more about UF College of Pharmacy’s Graduate Programs at http://pharmacy.ufl.edu/the-college/administration/research-and-graduate-studies/graduate-programs/.
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Emergency care comes to southwest Gainesville
 
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University of Florida Health celebrated the opening of its newest freestanding emergency room, the UF Health Emergency Center – Kanapaha, Monday (Sept. 26), providing access to emergency care for residents of southwest Gainesville. The facility expands emergency care at UF Health to four sites, including the UF Health Shands E.R. on the hospital’s main campus, the UF Health Shands Pediatric E.R. at the UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, and the UF Health Shands Emergency Center – Springhill on Northwest 39th Avenue.
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UF College of Nursing 60th Anniversary Video
 
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The culmination of our milestone year—Care, Lead, Inspire.
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Karyn Esser, Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Karyn Esser, Ph.D., a professor in the department of physiology and functional genomics at the University of Florida College of Medicine, describes her research involving the role of circadian rhythms and the molecular clock mechanism in skeletal muscle homeostasis and health. Dr. Esser is also assistant program director of the UF Myology Institute.
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Celebrating Commencement at the University of Florida College of Medicine
 
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Members of the UF College of Medicine class of 2016 reflect on their time as medical students. On Saturday, May 21, they will take their first steps as physicians at the UF College of Medicine Commencement Ceremony, signing their names with the letters "M.D." for the first time. #GatorMD #UFGrad
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ShandsCair: Called to Care
 
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University of Florida Research Landscapes: Mavis Agbandje-McKenna, Ph.D.
 
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University of Florida Research Landscape Video Collection: http://med.ufl.edu/research/video-spotlights/ Mavis Agbandje-McKenna, Ph.D., researches the atomic structure of viruses as a way to develop gene therapies. She is a professor in the department of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Florida College of Medicine and a faculty member of the UF Genetics Institute.
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UF College of Nursing 60th Anniversary: Care Video
 
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The UF College of Nursing Celebrates 60 Years and pays tribute to its motto of Care. Lead. Inspire. This video is dedicated to “Care.”
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Crisafi Challenge 2016 Thank You
 
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Thank you to all of our alumni and friends who rose to the challenge and made this year’s Crisafi Challenge another huge success! $35,000 was raised – by YOU – during this year’s 10-day challenge. With Dr. Bob’s match of $20,000, a total of $55,000 will directly support scholarships to recruit the best and brightest students for the next academic year. Thank you for rising to the challenge once again!
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ShandsCair:  Heath Schmidt's Story
 
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We are honored to share stories of heroism from past patients and the University of Florida Health ShandsCair team. This year, ShandsCair, the air medical and critical care transport system for UF Health, is celebrating 35 years of life-saving missions. We salute our ShandsCair team for their outstanding dedication and service to the region – saving more than 72,000 lives in the past 35 years. To learn more about our upcoming celebratory events for the 35th anniversary, please visit ShandsCair.UFHealth.org.
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Protecting tomorrow, today.
 
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Kaden may not know how much his sister, Kaylee, has planned for them. Like Kaylee, we never stop dreaming for Kaden. As Florida’s top-ranked neonatal intensive care unit with state-of-the-art technology, highly trained pediatric specialists, nurses and an expanded NICU, we put families at the heart of all we do — so that Kaden will be ready for whatever Kaylee dreams up.
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