University of Florida Medical School Rises in Graduate Rankings

Harrell Medical Education Buildingof University of Florida School of Medicine It continues to be Florida’s top-ranked medical school and climbs national research rankings, according to the New Graduate Medical School Rankings released today. US News & World Report. Ranked 7th in the national ranking. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

The medical school ranked 35th in the country for research, up from 37th in last year’s ranking. In other graduate school rankings released last month, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine continued to move up from 9th place in the previous survey. Currently, it ranks fifth in the nation as a public university veterinary school.

“These rankings are a testament to the daily efforts of our talented faculty and staff to reinforce the nation’s premier standing in medical research and teaching,” he said. Dr. David R. Nelsonsenior vice president of health affairs and president of the university college health. “The continued existence of UF Health among America’s elite medical schools is a direct result of our combined talent, ambition and determination.”

Medical school research rankings are based on factors such as acceptance rates, faculty-to-student ratios, federal research funding, and national surveys of faculty and academic administrators.

“Across the University of Florida School of Medicine and Health Sciences campus, inspiration is always at hand,” he said. Colleen G. Koch, M.D., M.B.A., Dean of Medicine, Distinguished Professor of Dean Folke H. Peterson. “As a leader in biomedical research,

In intelligence development and many other areas, we pursue important discoveries while educating the next generation of doctors, scientists, and healthcare professionals. It is very gratifying to see these efforts come together in ways that improve lives in our neighborhoods and around the world. ”

The latest rankings further strengthen UF and UF Health’s strong national reputation. UF is this country’s 5th Public University, according to US News & World Report.University of Florida College of Pharmacy Ranked 5th in Japan. Together, UF Health Shannes Hospital and UF Health Shannes Children’s Hospital have more nationally-ranked specialties than any other hospital in Florida. Five adult health specialties and five pediatric health specialties were recognized for excellence.

Media Contact: Doug Bennett dougbennett@ufl.edu352-265-9400

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