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Arts in Medicine: Transforming the Hospital Experience Through the Arts

UF Teams Participate in the National Ultrasound Competition

3 teams from UF participated in the National Ultrasound Competition in Orlando at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine AIUM convention. 25 teams from medical schools participated. Next Year […]

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