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Memories live on

A time for reflection and reunion at UF College of Medicine 2017 Alumni Weekend.

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Let’s Go Gators!

Show your Gator pride by sporting UF College of Medicine gear. A portion of every purchase benefits the PA and Global Health Education Programs.

Turning dreams into reality

How scholarships impact future physicians at the UF College of Medicine

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Devoted to serving others

Paul Campbell draws on experiences as U.S. Marine Corps member and EMT to succeed in medical school.

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Dr. Gator News

College names new director of UF School of Physician Assistant Studies

October 11, 2017

Nina Multak, Ph.D., MPAS, PA-C, begins Jan. 2 as associate dean and director of UF School of PA Studies

Advocating for what’s right

October 9, 2017

UF School of Physician Assistant Studies 2015 alum builds career in palliative care

Blueprints on Bridge

October 5, 2017

As UF Health prepares to open its heart and neuro hospitals, stay updated with the latest details

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Medicine grads honored as outstanding young alumni

Three medicine graduates named as outstanding young alumni during UF Alumni Association ceremony April 7.

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