Read some of Dean John Fogarty's comments, as well as the speeches by Robert Watson and Austin Henkel. And look for a roundup of which students received which awards.
Helen Livingston, seen here with three of her Bridge students, presided over the Graduation Luncheon where all 13 students presented their research projects.
Assistant Professor Angelina Sutin was the lead author of "I Know Not To, but I Can’t Help It: Weight Gain and Changes in Impulsivity-Related Personality Traits," published in Psychological Science.
Charlotte Maguire (right), who played a key role in the College of Medicine's creation, is on a new list of Florida luminaries that also includes Walt Disney.
The gift will establish a fund to support The Brian Jackson Dystonia Research and Discovery Program. The fund is named for their son, who battled dystonia as a teenager.
The three-year study by Department of Biomedical Sciences Professor Michael Blaber offers new evidence about where scientists should be looking.
The gift will establish the Florida Hospital Endowed Fund for Medical Education to help the College of Medicine support its faculty of more than 550 experienced physicians from the Orlando medical community.
The medical school is a major economic force because of its direct mission to get its students training in communities throughout the state while developing a base for biomedical and biotech research, the Tallahassee Democrat states.
The Florida State University College of Medicine has been granted a maximum eight-year accreditation by the sanctioning body of U.S. medical schools.
With reaccreditation from the ACGME, the College of Medicine can continue to be a sponsoring institution for residency programs.
Our mission is to educate and develop exemplary physicians who practice patient-centered health care, discover and advance knowledge, and are responsive to community needs, especially through service to elder, rural, minority & underserved populations.