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Some Things Can Wait. Colorectal Cancer Doesn’t.

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S., and second-leading cause of death, taking 50,000 lives each year. However, thanks to years of raising awareness and education, there are currently over 1 million colorectal cancer survivors alive in the U.S. With the goal of keeping this number…

Vascular Surgery

Vascular Surgery Resident and Faculty EducationSupports expenses related to resident & faculty education. Aneurysm Treatment CenterSupports the Aneurysm Treatment Center and program to include books for residents, travel for residents and other division of vascular surgery faculty and staff, food for interviews, meetings, etc., office equipment,…

Research Day 2019 Award Recipients

April 19, 2019 marked the 15th Annual UF Department of Surgery Research Day! This day is held as an annual celebration of scientific advancements and achievements by UF Health surgeons, scientists and residents. Congratulations to the following researchers who demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in their studies:  …

Spring 2018 Stitch Now Available

Learn about our latest innovative treatments, clinical expansions, leading-edge research developments and new residents joining our team.

The Stitch Fall 2017 now available

This issue covers UF Health’s new hospital opening, our collaboration with Sacred Heart, an announcement from our new chair and much more!…

Multidisciplinary protocol improves management of GI bleeding

The findings of a study led by researchers from the UF College of Medicine’s department of surgery suggest a standardized, multidisciplinary protocol helps improve the management of patients admitted to the hospital for acute gastrointestinal bleeding.

Celebrating Distinction ceremony honors achievements of UF faculty

Nineteen members of the UF College of Medicine faculty, along with two from the College of Nursing, three from the College of Pharmacy, two from the College of Veterinary Medicine and one from the College of Public Health and Health Professions, were recognized for their achievements at the Celebrating Distinction…