Amanda Deming, M.D.
Amanda was born in Killingworth, Connecticut. She attended Carnegie Mellon University, where she majored in Biological Sciences. After graduation, Amanda worked for two years as a health care advocate, first with AMERICORPS in Philadelphia, and then with the Philadelphia Women’s Center. She then began her medical studies at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. During medical school, her principal research focused on evaluation of the Health Mentors Program in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. One of her presentations was awarded the “Top Ten Poster” distinction at the Northeast Region Meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
Amanda enjoys triathlete training, hiking, skiing, and cooking. Her partner, Steven Kane, is a resident in UF’s Department of Ophthalmology.