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  • > Photos: Sink, McCollum, et al break ground on UF facility

     
    Democratic gubernatorial nominee/Florida CFO Alex Sink joined former Republican gubernatorial candidate/Florida attorney general Bill McCollum –and a high-profile roster of other local and state officials, academicians and medical executives– at th
  • Scott “Get to Work” tour will end in Orlando on Friday

     
    Gov.-elect Rick Scott announced he'll embark on a five-day “Let's Get to Work” jobs tour that will take him to “the major industries that contribute to Florida's economy,” including the Burnham Institute in Orlando next Friday. “

    Developer gives $45M for heart center

    Developer gives $45M for heart center
    LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Scripps Health announced Wednesday a $45 million donation from area developer and philanthropist Conrad Prebys to fund construction of its cardiovascular center at the Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla campus. The donation is the...

    Countdown begins: Only weeks before UCF's medical-school classes start

    Countdown begins: Only weeks before UCF's medical-school classes start
    The University of Central Florida's new medical school soon will reach another major milestone: the first day of classes in its doctor-of-medicine program Aug. 3. You can see the days, hours, minutes and seconds ticking down on a countdown clock posted...

    UCF medical school ready to run with the big docs

    UCF medical school ready to run with the big docs
    In January 2003, Dr. Pappachan E. Kolattukudy was faced with a monumental task: help build a world-class biomedical-sciences research school that would give the University of Central Florida the credibility it needed to establish a college of medicine....