1992 graduate dedicates career to reproductive health needs of women with disabilities

Caroline Signore, M.D. ’92, M.P.H., will return to campus to receive Distinguished Alumna Award

By: Styliana Resvanis
A side-by-side of Caroline Signore and the alligator figurines in her office. Double Gator Caroline Signore, M.D., M.P.H., keeps dozens of alligator figurines in her Bethesda, Maryland, office to remind her of her alma mater.
A collage of photos from Caroline Signore's medical school experience and residency training. Clockwise, from top left: Caroline Signore, M.D. ’92, M.P.H. (top right), with medical school classmates Jeff Richards, Sharrol Barnes and Joel Waltzer in 1992; Signore on graduation day at the College of Medicine with classmate Jay Salomon; class of 1992 graduates pursuing obstetrics and gynecology residencies post-graduation with one of their mentors, professor Patrick Duff, M.D. (center); UF OB-GYN faculty members Barbara Bennett, M.D., John Davis, M.D., and Wally McClean, M.D., with residents Kelli Ross, Signore and Holly Stevens in 1996; Members of the class of 1992 at their 10-year medical school reunion in 2002 with beloved faculty member Hugh “Smiley” Hill, M.D.; and members of the class of 1992 during their 10-year reunion in 2002 with Gator mascots Albert and Alberta.
34th Street Wall painted with graduates' names and "Gator Medicine" and "M-D 1992." The College of Medicine graduates follow a UF tradition, painting the 34th Street Wall to celebrate commencement in 1992.