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Annual Fungus Ball

The Fungus ball is an annual event sponsored by UF Pathology to celebrate the end of pre-clinical years by second year medical students. The students (MS2) took the time to vote for several awards this year including the “Best Integrated Pathology Course” and “top 6 Pathology Lecturers” over the first…

Congratulations, Dr. Jonathan Whittamore! “2020 Young Investigator Draft Recipient”

Dr. Whittamore made the team tackling Primary Hyperoxaluria research! On March 7, one of OHF’s scientists, Dr. Jonathan Whittamore, will take the field at Philadelphia Eagle’s Stadium receiving a grant and recognition for his outstanding research in Primary Hyperoxaluria from Uplifting Athletes. The football theme of the Young Investigator Draft…

Congratulations to Dr. Asirvatham and Dr. Jorns

I am pleased to inform you that your short course proposal, entitled “Pathologic Assessment of Axillary Lymph Nodes in Breast Cancer and Implications for Current Clinical Management”, has been accepted by the Education Committee. The course will begin a three-year term at the 2021 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD. Presentation at future meetings (2022 and 2023) is…

The University of Florida Sets a Record at Osler!

Pathologists The Osler Institute has over thirty years of experience in preparing physicians for their board examinations. This year, the University of Florida will have seven pathologists participating in the Osler Pathology Course.  These include Dr. Asirvatham, Dr. Kresak, Dr. Shenoy, Dr. Winter, Dr. Feely, Dr.

You’re Invited: Dr. Mark Atkinson UF COM Wall of Fame

We would like to share the wonderful news that Mark Atkinson, PhD’88 has been selected by the Medical Alumni Board to be added this year to the UF College of Medicine Wall of Fame along with Christopher Broder, PhD’89. We hope you will be able to join us for the…

UFDI 2019 Second Quarter Update

Stay up -to-date on the latest diabetes news and happenings in the University of Florida community with this newsletter. UFDI 2019 Second Quarter Update …