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2023-24 Neuroradiology Fellowship Opening

The University of Florida has two open positions for the 2023-24 year in our one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship program in Gainesville, FL; a second year of subspecialized training may be added for those interested in a particular focus or transition to academic practice. Our fellowship is designed to be a high-yield…

Most Missed Case: Non-Accidental Trauma

Our newest installment of the “Most Missed Cases” series where we introduce clinical scenarios that are often missed on the resident SIMulation is now available. In each video, we will provide a statistical analysis of the type of errors made in reports and an expert subspecialist will review the case and provide important teaching points.

Publication of the Month – June 2022

Please join us in recognizing Drs. Julia Marshall and Mariam Hanna on their recent publication in the Annals of Surgical Oncology: ASO Visual Abstract: A 5-Year Breast Surgeon Experience in LYMPHA at Time of ALND for Treatment of Clinical T1-4N1-3M0 Breast Cancer.

Dr. Malkawi receives Housestaff Teaching Award

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Abdullah Malkawi for being selected by the residency Class of 2022 to receive the annual Housestaff Teaching Award. assistant professor of abdominal imaging Abdullah Malkawi, MD…

Congratulations Residency Class of 2022

We would like to recognize each of our outstanding seniors from the Class of 2022. Good luck and best wishes as you continue your training as fellows! University of florida Tyler Baldwin, MD…

Medical Physics Collaboration with UAM

Dr. Arreola, Vice Chair of Medical Physics, traveled to Mexico City to formalize the UAM collaboration. This milestone confirms our effort to improve the health of others through the advancement of the science of Medical Physics by facilitating international collaboration and outreach.

Publication of the Month – May 2022

Please join us in recognizing Dr. Brian Geller and colleagues on their recent publication in American Journal of Surgical Pathology: Gastrointestinal Tract Injury by Yttrium-90 Appears Largely Restricted to Resin Microspheres But Can Occur Years After Embolization. assistant professor…

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