College of Medicine/HCA Announce Newest Residency Program

College of Medicine/HCA Announce Newest Residency Program

A new neurology residency program, based at Osceola Regional Medical Center, has received initial accreditation and is seeking immediate applicants. The program is part of the UCF College of Medicine and Hospital Corporation of America Graduate Medical Education Consortium. Neurology represents the 11th UCF-HCA residency program in Florida and the sixth to receive accreditation in the past year as the […]

UCF, Osceola Regional Medical Center Residents Staff Presidential Inauguration

Emergency physicians in training from UCF’s College of Medicine will use their skills on a national stage this week as they staff the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. The doctors are completing their residencies in Emergency Medicine at Osceola Regional Medical Center. During the inauguration, three ER residents and two attending physicians from Osceola Regional will […]

100% of Med School’s First Residents Match Into Fellowships

The first graduates of the College of Medicine’s young internal medicine residency program matched into fellowships December 7 – with a 100 percent match rate for three third-year residents and two chief residents who joined highly competitive programs across the country. After completing medical school, physicians must enter a graduate medical education program of between […]

Med School Announces New Emergency Medicine Residency, Seeks Applicants Now

The University of Central Florida College of Medicine has a new Emergency Medicine residency program that will begin in July 2016 and is seeking immediate applicants. The medical school’s newest graduate medical education (GME) training program is in partnership with Osceola Regional Medical Center and is designed to bring more trained doctors to the Central […]


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This UCF-Designed Tech is Amazing

A team of UCF scientists has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy and be recharged more than 30,000 times without degrading. The novel method from the University of Central Florida’s NanoScience Technology Center could eventually revolutionize technology as varied as mobile phones and electric vehicles. “If they were to replace the batteries with these supercapacitors, you could charge your mobile phone in a few seconds and you wouldn’t need to charge it again for over a week,” said Nitin Choudhary, a postdoctoral associate who conducted much of the research.