In recent years, Wilmot Gardens at the University of Florida sat in disrepair — until Craig Tisher, M.D., former dean of the UF College of Medicine, started eyeing the space. Now, Wilmot Gardens is not only a preserved green space on campus, it also hosts a horticultural therapy program where patients meet in therapy groups and the science of horticultural therapy is conducted.
Assistant director for academic support services Censeri P. Abare helps Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry students plan their academic careers — and gives them life lessons along the way.
UF Health researchers discover how environmental signals affect genital development in mice.
How UF Health physicians have helped one woman with Parkinson’s disease.