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Awards Recognition Spotlight

Dr. Heather Vincent recognized as top in her field

Heather Vincent, Ph.D., an associate professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of physical medicine and rehabilitation, stands among the top 2% of researchers in her field based on the number of times her work is cited in…

AMSSM Service Award Presented to Dr. Jason Zaremski

AMSSM Service Award: Presented to Dr. Jason Zaremski for his service to the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) as the 29th Annual Meeting Program Chair for the 2020 AMSSM Annual Meeting.

Medical Student Mentored by Dr. Vincent Earns Research Award

February 2020: Jack E Kilgore III was selected as a 2020 Medical Student Research Program Goodman Trust Prize winner for his work with Dr. Heather Vincent the UF College of Medicine’s Celebration of Research event. His work was titled, ”Impact of Body Mass Index on Biomechanics of Recreational…

Medical Students Mentored by Dr. Herman win Research Awards

Two UF medical students who are research mentees of Dr. Daniel Herman in the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation were recently recognized for their work at local conferences. Alex Nusbickel (Class of 2020) was selected for 2nd Place at the American Medical Association’s Region 4…

PMR Faculty Deliver Key Research and Win Awards at AMSSM conference.

UF Orthopaedics Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) Faculty delivered key research and won awards at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine National Meeting held in Orlando, Florida April 25-29, 2018: Dr. Jason Zaremski’s observational study, “An Unaccounted Workload Factor: Pitch Counts in High School Baseball…

Drs. Kalia Sadasivan and Heather Vincent receive W. Martin Smith Interdisciplinary Patient Quality and Safety Award.

Drs. Kalia Sadasivan and Heather Vincent (Co-PIs) obtained a research award for: An Integrated-Delivery-of-Care-Approach to Improve Patient Outcomes, Safety, Well-Being After Orthopaedic Trauma. This collaborative project combines expertise from faculty and staff from research (Drs. Horodyski, Vasilopoulos and LA Zdziarski, J McClelland) and clinical psychiatry (Dr.