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The College of Medicine Chapman Education Center (COMCEC) serves several functions in the College of Medicine. It coordinates all teaching activities through the first three years of medical school, preparation of course materials, online evaluation of courses, provides support to course and clerkship directors, and provides support to medical students.

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Phone: (352) 273-8575
Fax: (352) 846-1930

1600 SW Archer Road
Health Science Building
Communicore, Room CG-78 (ground floor of the Communicore Building)
Gainesville, FL 32610-0213
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Mailing Address:
Office of Medical Education
P.O. Box 100213
Gainesville, FL 32610-0213

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COMCEC Research Grants

Mar 30th, 2012

Application deadline June 16, 2014

College of Medicine Student News

A vision for the future

March 13, 2018

First-year medical student Aalekhya Tenali realizes her goals with help from scholarships

Road to graduation 2018

March 12, 2018

Medical students from the class of 2018 prepare to take the next step in their careers

WATCH: Match Day, LIVE!

March 2, 2018

On March 16, students from the class of 2018 will discover where they will complete their residencies


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