Jeffrey Brower, UF College of Medicine Alumni, Receives UF 40 under 40 Recognition

UF College of Medicine Alumni Jeffrey Brower, Ph.D. ’08, M.D. ’12, recently received the University of Florida’s 40 under 40 designation and an Outstanding Young Alumni award. Read a short excerpt of UF’s article below.

Established in 2006, the 40 under 40 designation and Outstanding Young Alumni awards recognize those who have made a “significant impact” within their industry and those who have made “civic or professional accomplishments at the state, national or international level.”

Jeffrey Brower earned a doctorate in molecular biology from the UF College of Medicine. As a student, he received the Alumni Fellowship and Medical Guild award for his research, which led to the discovery of a gene responsible for cellular respiration and energy metabolism. After graduating from medical school with research honors, he trained in radiation oncology at the University of Wisconsin, where he participated in clinical research, publishing more than 25 manuscripts. In 2017, Brower joined Radiation Oncology Associates of New Hampshire and Massachusetts where he treats most solid cancers and provides specialty care for patients with gynecological cancers.

To learn more, read the full article from Tyler Francischine over at the University of Florida’s website.