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Amanda Reifenrath

Dr. Philip Efron the Shock Society 2024 Mentoring Award Recipient

Please join us in congratulating, Dr. Philip Efron, MD, FACS, FCCM, as the Shock Society 2024 Mentoring Award Recipient! This award recognizes outstanding contributions and dedication to the Shock Society and to the field in general. To learn more about Dr. Efron, please visit: https://surgery.med.ufl.edu/profile/efron-philip/.

2024 American Surgical Association

    Embargo Policy Studies scheduled for presentation at the American Surgical Association’s 144th Annual Meeting, April 4-6, 2024, Washington, DC  “The complete manuscript of this study and its presentation at the American Surgical Association’s 144th Annual Meeting, April 2024, in Washington, DC, is anticipated to be published…

Patient Safety and Quality Week Activities

    The SCIRC is looking forward to participating in the 2024 Patient Safety and Quality Week! Please join us and the Department of Surgery in celebrating patient safety and quality week Monday, March 25th through Thursday, March 27th. On Tuesday, March 26th from…

Dr. Alicia Mohr Shock Society Executive Council 2024

Congratulations to Dr. Alicia Mohr as the newly elected Shock Society Clinical Councilor 2024-2028!     Clinical Councilor 2024-2028 Alicia Mohr   To learn more about the Shock Society, please visit: https://www.shocksociety.org/. To learn more about Dr. Mohr’s research, please visit: https://surgery.med.ufl.edu/profile/mohr-alicia/. …

Congrats, Dr. Fan Zhang! Awarded the Biomedical Research Collective (BRC): Enhancing the Interdisciplinary Approach to Translational Scientific Inquiry- an RM1GM139690 Pilot Program

We are thrilled to announce that Assistant Professor, Dr. Fan Zhang from the UF College of Pharmacy has been awarded pilot funding through the Sepsis & Critical Illness Research Center’s Biomedical Research Collective (BRC): Enhancing the Interdisciplinary Approach to Translational Scientific Inquiry- an RM1GM139690 Pilot Program.

2024 COM Celebration of Research

Our annual research poster session is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the strength of our research mission and programs, to appreciate the scope, quality and distinction of the science, and to launch new partnerships through vibrant, robust conversations. Let us celebrate the future as we join together…

Advancements in Surgical Research: SCIRC T32 Residents at the Forefront

In the bustling laboratory of our Sepsis & Critical Illness Research Center’s T32 training program, a vibrant cohort of residents is tirelessly pushing the boundaries of surgical research, each with their own unique story to tell and a passion for making a difference in patient care. Our residents…