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Students from the UF College of Medicine class of 2019 participate in new student orientation July 29.

Extracting passion from circumstance

First-generation college student Xavier Williams pursues dual degree.

Christopher Henson, COM Stethoscope Presentation

Try, try again: A story of second chances

First-year student Chris Henson begins his journey at the UF College of Medicine.

College of Medicine Class of 2018 Orientation

From education comes understanding

Third-year medical student Ansley Schulte is committed to increasing equality and education for health care in the LGBTQ community.

Alexis Germain, COM Stethoscope Presentation

The path ahead

Alexis Germain is ready to begin her studies at the UF College of Medicine.

Pictured from left to right: Claudia Smith; Sam Lipten, M.D. '16; fourth-year medical student and scholarship recipient Michelle Zeidan; and Jean Smith.

Freedom to pursue one’s dreams

A 2014 recipient of the Smith Family Scholarship, Sam Lipten, M.D., graduated from the UF College of Medicine in 2016 and now interns at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a teaching hospital of Harvard University.

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The J. Stephen Waters, MD, Scholarship

UF debuts new medical education building

H. James Free, M.D. ’60, discusses his decision to support the Harrell Medical Education Building

A New Era in Medical Education

The UF College of Medicine enters an exciting new chapter in our history as we chart our future with a revised curriculum, a premier medical education facility and a renewed commitment to providing exceptional educational experiences for our learners. Our ambition to reach the top of American medical education depends on three specific priorities:

  • Support of the new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building
  • Increased scholarship support for medical students, residents and fellows
  • Building faculty endowment to assure continued excellence

"We can be a very good medical school with state funds, but private funds are what will allow us to be a great medical school and to achieve excellence," said Michael L. Good, M.D., dean.

A health care crisis no one is talking about

A health care crisis no one is talking about