Medicine grads reunite at Gator Gathering in D.C.

Published: August 3rd, 2011

Category: Alumni Affairs

On Monday, July 25, 2011, the College of Medicine’s Office of Development and Alumni Affairs hosted a Gator Gathering at the National Medical Association Annual Convention & Scientific Assembly in Washington, DC.

Established in 1895, the NMA provides support for 30,000 African American physicians and their patients. The annual convention offered educational sessions and exhibits that foster professional development. The event gave nearly 20 UF COM graduates the opportunity to catch up before the NMA convention. See more photos of your fellow alumni at the Gator Gathering event here.

Sonya Bethel, M.D. ’82 and Alison DeSouza, M.D. ’79.

Kenneth Bryant, M.D. ’78, Jerome Highsmith, M.D. ’79 and Leon Hendley, M.D. ’80.

Donna Parker, M.D. ’90, UF College of Medicine’s assistant dean for minority affairs and Acquinonette Bryant, M.D. ’01.