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USF Health researchers join Hillsborough and Pinellas County Zika prevention discussions

Educating the public about the ways that the Zika virus is carried in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes is the primary goal of Robert Novak, PhD, professor at the USF […]

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Patient perspective helps shape Dr. Rebecca Sutphen’s hereditary cancer research

Genetic testing has been available since the mid-1990s to determine if a woman is likely to face one of her gender’s greatest fears: inherited breast and ovarian cancer. […]

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Beware of predatory journals

I’d like to discuss the serious issue of predatory publishers and their journals. Their exploitive practices are having a strong negative impact on the body of science, the […]

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In Memoriam: Patricia Burns, PhD

Former USF Nursing Dean Patricia Burns, PhD, a consummate leader and formidable advocate for her beloved nursing profession, who helped lay the foundation for a nationally prominent USF […]

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USF Pharmacy Class of 2020 stampedes into the future

Members of the USF College of Pharmacy Class of 2020 marked their entry into the profession at the sixth annual White Coat Ceremony Sept. 16 in the Marshall […]

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USF College of Public Health’s online masters program ranked #2 in the country

The USF College of Public Health is once again ranking high among U.S. programs. The College’s Master of Public Health degree program was recently ranked #2 in the […]

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Poverty simulation prepares medical students for patients who struggle

Every physician will have patients who struggle so much with their day-to-day lives that following physicians recommendations, getting prescriptions filled, and even getting to appointments are huge endeavors. […]

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Physician-scientist Dr. Samuel Wickline named USF Health Heart Institute’s first director

Samuel A. Wickline, MD, has been named the first director of the USF Health Heart Institute – an important step in realizing USF Health’s goal of creating a […]

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USF conference offers national voices for Title IX, draws attendees from across the region

Best practices for handling Title IX cases, preventing gender and sex-based discrimination, and providing a fair and supportive environment for university faculty, staff and students were some of […]

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Meet the Dean: Public Health’s Donna Petersen

Dean Donna Petersen, ScD, loves every aspect of public health and encourages the community to be more involved in education. Learn more about Dean Petersen and find out about […]

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USF Health and FARA to host patient-focused scientific symposium Sept. 15 [Video]

International experts from academia and industry will gather to discuss advances in Friedreich’s ataxia from the laboratory to the clinic. Tampa, FL (Sept. 12, 2016) — The University of […]

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USF researcher studying brain-eating parasite featured speaker at Amoeba Summit 2016

University of South Florida researchers continue to hone the high-volume screening of compounds that may lead to optimal drugs to combat the rare but deadly infection caused by […]

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Important updates: USF Health Clinical Operations

7:03 p.m., Sept. 1, 2016 All USF Health Clinics, including the South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare, other south Tampa medical clinics and the Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare, […]

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USF Health Convocation offers opportunity to continue vision for making life better [video]

Familiar faces from across USF Health gathered in the Oval Theater of the Marshall Student Center Aug. 30 to hear more about the impact each of us could […]

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USF Health team gets $3.48M National Institute on Aging grant to study link between hospital-acquired delirium and the risk or progression of dementia

Researchers will focus on tau pathology in a mouse model to elucidate underlying causes. Delirium is a serious form of mental impairment affecting 11 to 42 percent of […]

USF Health community gathered to celebrate the opening of the WELL's phase 2

The USF Health WELL Grand Opening Celebration

The new community space at the USF Health WELL is now open for business, offering a new dining facility, The Table at Four Corners, among other beneficial additions […]