Cultivating the next generation of otolaryngologists

Resident alumnus Rufus Holloway, M.D., establishes fund to support trainee travel

By: Katelyn Crici, Styliana Resvanis
Shelley and Bill Collins pose for a photo with Rufus Holloway and his wife, Leslie. Shelley Collins, M.D., the senior associate dean for undergraduate medical education at UF; Bill Collins, M.D., chair of the department of otolaryngology; residency alumnus Rufus “Dick” Holloway, M.D.; and Holloway’s wife, Leslie Eggert Scales-Holloway.
“UF has a very successful ENT program that I have always been fond of. I hope this will advance the learning program even further and encourage trainees.”
— Rufus “Dick” Holloway, M.D.