The College of Medicine has a young and rapidly developing alumni relations program. In May, the college graduated its tenth class -- the 115-member Class of 2014. More than 75 percent of the college’s 795 alumni are in residency or fellowship at some of the top programs in Florida and across the country. Alumni - both College of Medicine and PIMS - play an active role at the medical school, helping to teach current medical students, serving on community boards at regional campuses and serving as hosts to fourth-year students traveling for residency interviews. Learn more by contacting Chelsea Knott at (850) 645-9428.
Michael Silverstein (M.D., '12) and Professor Lynn Romrell will present research at the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association 33rd Annual Meeting.
Vishal Dahya (M.D., '14) was the lead author of a paper on calcium scores among HIV-positive people getting long-term treatment.
David Snipelisky (M.D., '11) is lead author on the lead article published in the Sept. 2 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.
Francoise Marvel publishes a 10-step guide to medical app creation.
Alumna Tina Tso was honored by Halifax Health for exhibiting the qualities of a caring doctor during her residency there.
Alumni hosts provide students with a free place to stay as well as offer helpful advice regarding residency training and the prospective medical center and community for which they are interviewing. So far, we have 17 alums signed up, but we need more - become a HOST today!
Phone: (850) 645-9428