One year, many moments

The photos you didn’t see in print

After 39 years at UF, Tom Harris retired from his position as associate vice president for administration in June./Photo by Maria Belen Farias

Lynette Chance, 8, stops to read the September issue of The POST during a Shands Arts in Medicine Dollies Without Borders workshop in the Shands Cancer Resource Center./Photo by Maria Belen Farias

This summer, employees of UF and Shands took a chomp out of TV. Shands HealthCare hired an ad agency to film a commercial featuring employees across Shands and the HSC./Photo by Maria Belen Farias

Dr. Micaela Gibbs and Dr. Scott Tomar of the UF College of Dentistry apply dental sealant to Kinn’zon Hutchinson’s teeth in October. The college teamed with United Way of North Central Florida, Oral Health America, Alachua County Public Schools, the Alachua County Health Department and Plackers to begin a program to apply sealant to the teeth of second-graders and provide fluoride gel to preschool children in Head Start programs./Photo by Jesse S. Jones

Patient Vincent Constantine, of Ocala, talks to Shands at UF nurse Danny Kohlhepp while undergoing dialysis./Photo by Jesse S. Jones

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December 2010/January 2011

China dolls

Dollies Without Borders provides dolls to children in developing countries.

From tackling players to tackling plaque

Former Gator football player trades jersey for scrubs.

One year, many moments

A look back at some of the photos that didn’t appear in the print issue of The POST.

Meet your future surgeon

A College of Medicine class gives undergrads an inside look at what being a doctor is like.

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