Archive for the Research Category
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USF research influences understanding, treatment of connective tissue disorders

By Saundra Amrhein As a graduate student David Birk, PhD, developed an interest in connective tissues and the cells that produced the molecular building blocks. This became a […]

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USF Health faculty among USF’s best, honored with Outstanding Faculty Awards

Several USF Health faculty members were recognized for their outstanding efforts at the 2015 USF Outstanding Faculty Awards held in March. The annual event honors the select few […]

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Group aims to enroll more minorities in clinical trials critical to their health [multimedia]

National organization partners with USF Health, Moffitt and community advocates to broaden diversity Story by Sandra Roa and Anne DeLotto Baier Jumpstarting the critical work needed to broaden […]

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USF honors select faculty members for outstanding scholarship and research

Select Morsani College of Medicine faculty members were recognized for their outstanding achievements at the 2015 USF Outstanding Faculty Awards held in March. The annual event honors those […]

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Rep. Castor and Sam Bell visit students ready to help solve world’s pressing public health problems

U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor visited the USF College of Public Health April 7 to commemorate National Public Health Week (April 6-12) and to help celebrate the college’s 30th […]

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USF study of innovative therapy for PTSD expands to military sexual trauma

The USF College of Nursing leads research on a novel technique to alleviate veterans’ symptoms of combat-related and military sexual trauma.  By Saundra Amrhein On a recent spring […]

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USF Pediatrics hosts inaugural Dr. Bernard Pollara lecture, Dr. Rani Gereige first speaker

Long-time USF faculty and USF public health alum Rani Gereige, MD, MPH, was the inaugural speaker for the First Annual Bernard Pollara Resident Lecture, held March 19 at […]

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USF molecular medicine student’s Ah ha! moment helps push ahead cancer cell research

Science is full of precision and vigilance. But sometimes, there are subtleties that present themselves that get ignored, pushed aside for the drive to stay on task or […]

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New center offers hope to women who’ve experienced pregnancy loss

Treatment at the USF Health Center builds on leading translational research by Dr. Lockwood’s laboratory team By Saundra Amrhein The photographs arrive year after year: cherubic-faced babies, teetering […]

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USF-led study sheds light on how malaria parasites grow exponentially

Findings may lead to new treatment to curb threat of drug-resistant malaria Tampa, Fla. (March 3, 2015) – A University of South Florida professor and his team of researchers […]