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Our Community, Our Health

Our Community, Our Health

In an effort to promote bi-directional communication between community members and researchers, the University of Florida HealthStreet program presents, Our Community, Our Health, an ongoing quarterly series for health researchers to discuss their research and findings with the community.

Bertholf to receive major accolade from national pathology society

Bertholf to receive major accolade from national pathology society

Roger Bertholf, PhD, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, is the winner of this year’s President’s Award from the American Society for Clinical Pathology.

Good joins UF as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery chief

Good joins UF as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery chief

Meadow Maze Good, MD, has joined UFCOMJ as chief of the division of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.

Kaunitz continues research efforts following receipt of prestigious UF accolade

Kaunitz continues research efforts following receipt of prestigious UF accolade

Earlier this year, UF awarded Andrew Kaunitz, MD, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology, the University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professorship. The accolade is given each May to tenured faculty members who have a distinguished research record.

UF cardiologist named one of "World's Most Influential Scientific Minds"

UF cardiologist named one of "World's Most Influential Scientific Minds"

Dominick Angiolillo, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine at the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville, was among 3,200 researchers from around the globe recognized for publishing the highest number of articles most frequently cited by fellow researchers.


The Dean's List

Dr. Daniel R. Wilson, M.D., Ph.D.

Focus on the Future

Sep 26, 2014

It is fitting this first “Dean’s List” newsletter comes as another academic and fiscal year has begun – a truly pivotal one for the University of Florida in Jacksonville. So it is timely to measure the recent past and chart the future.

Media Coverage

Local businesses combat breast cancer
Florida Times-Union • October 17, 2014

Jacksonville residents concerned after latest Ebola diagnosis
News4Jax (WJXT) • October 15, 2014

UF Health prepared for Ebola if necessary
News4Jax (WJXT) • October 12, 2014

Meet the 2014 JBJ Health Care Heroes of the First Coast
Jacksonville Business Journal • October 02, 2014

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Recent Articles

Getting to know our nurses: Illeana Martinez

10/23/2014

Name: Ileana Martinez, BSN, RN Current job title: Manager, 5 South Pavillion UF Health: How long have you worked here? Martinez: I&r... [full story]

Several faculty recognized for longstanding service at UFCOMJ

10/21/2014

Joseph Tepas III, MD, a professor of surgery and pediatrics, has worn many hats during his lengthy career at the University of Florida... [full story]

When every minute counts: Massive stroke patient has remarkable recovery after rapid treatment

10/20/2014

The clock started ticking for Rocco Marrese when the 71-year-old was on his lunch break at Morgan & Morgan law office in downtown J... [full story]

On The Same Page

Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.

The UF Diabetes Institute

Oct 14, 2014

Last week, we announced the creation of the UF Diabetes Institute. Given the many fundamental contributions of our faculty to this field over the years, the UF Diabetes Institute designation was long overdue. At a time when much attention is appropriately being directed to newly created “preeminence programs” at UF, including programs at UF Health, it is important that we celebrate and invest in faculty who have created academic and clinical programs that are already preeminent.

The Post

The Post24,859.82 miles

September 2014

The Earth spans 24,859.82 miles from pole to pole. Before long, the reach of UF Health will too. No longer limited to solely serving Gainesville, the state or even the nation, more UF Health educators, researchers and students are working in the global community than ever before, solving global health problems and exchanging knowledge that will benefit the health of people at home and across the world.