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UF listed among top five public universities with best graduation rates

The University of Florida is among the top five public universities with the best graduation rates, according to numbers posted Wednesday. The list, posted by The Fiscal Times on Yahoo! […]

Left to Right: Dr. Rhonda Moraca, Britney Sheffield, Ghadeer Dawwas, Susan Brasher, Dylan Lennon, 
Hannah Allen, Ori Baber, Heran Getachew, Kimberly Hawkins, Yuan Lu, Regina Martuscello, Sanju 
Kunwar, Douglas Bennion, Leslie Todd, Zeerak Haider, Dr. Tyisha Hathorn

IDP-BMS Students Win Big at Statewide Research Symposium

Thirteen University of Florida graduate students put their research up against some of the best and brightest of their peers from across the state of Florida in the second annual […]

Research Competition winners: Gold- Douglas Bennion (MSP) Silver- Geoffrey Rogers (MSI), Rony Francois (MSM), Bronze- Shweta Kailasan (MSB), Regina Martuscello (MSN), Fatma Ayhan (MSG). With Tom Rowe, Ph.D. (left), and Joseph Fantone, M.D. (right)

2015 Medical Guild Research Competition Winners

The 40th annual Medical Guild-sponsored graduate student research competition took place April 1, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 in the Cancer & Genetics Research Complex (auditorium room 101) . Each IDP in […]

Advancement to Candidacy Winners from left to right: Dane Phelan (Genetics), Brian Mahon (Biochemistry), Brittney Newby (Immunology and Microbiology), Brittany Rife (Biochemistry). With Thomas Rowe, Ph.D. (left) and Joseph Fantone, M.D. (right).

2015 Medical Guild Advancement to Candidacy Winners

  The Advancement to Candidacy Award is aimed at recognizing outstanding students in their mid-tenure after they have passed their qualifying examination in their third year of study.  A committee […]

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