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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.

Certificate of Need to build North Jacksonville hospital approved

Certificate of Need to build North Jacksonville hospital approved

The 92-bed hospital tower, targeted to open in 2017, will add to the state-of-the-art medical facility the organization is already building on Max Leggett Parkway, just east of Interstate 95 near River City Marketplace.

UF Health hospitals recognized among nation's best

UF Health hospitals recognized among nation's best

UF Health Jacksonville has been recognized as one of the best hospitals in North Florida, based on U.S. News & World Report's 2014-15 Best Hospitals rankings.

Residents, fellows recognized at College of Medicine – Jacksonville graduation

Residents, fellows recognized at College of Medicine – Jacksonville graduation

More than 130 residents and fellows were recognized June 11, 2014, for graduating from their respective training programs at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville.


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Since 2002, UF Health physicians Michael S. Okun, M.D., and Kelly D. Foote, M.D., have been using a technique called deep brain stimulation to treat patients stricken with movement-limiting conditions. This is the story of one of these patients, and how Okun, Foote and their team are correcting the brain’s circuitry through surgery... and a little electricity.