USF Health In the News – for the week of March 14, 2011

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Medical school match day goes digital

Reuters

The University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa was one of the first to offer a full-fledged virtual and interactive experience, said Dr. Stephen Klasko, the school’s dean.

 

USF Medical School Match Day – photo gallery

St. Petersburg Times

USF College of Medicine was one of the first medical schools in the country to livestream Match Day last year, this year tapping into several digital venues to broadcast the event online, including Facebook, Twitter and the virtual world of Second Life.

University of South Florida medical graduates share match day online

ABC Action News – WFTS

They come onstage and open the envelope. 112 graduating USF Health Medical School students find out their match. Its where they’ll spend the next 3 to 11 years for their residency program.

USF medical students mark match day madness

The Tampa Tribune

University of South Florida medical college graduates learned on Thursday where they’ll spend their residencies during what Dean Stephen Klasko called “the most connected match in the universe.”

REPOST: USF medical students mark match day madness

MSNBC.com

University of South Florida medical college graduates learned on Thursday where they’ll spend their residencies during what Dean Stephen Klasko called “the most connected match in the universe.”

USF med students find out where they go next at Match Day today

The Tampa Tribune – BLOG, Lindsay Peterson

USF medical students will pull their futures out of a collection of envelopes today and read them in front of a crowd of other students – all waiting to know their fates.

USF medical students get “matched” with future jobs

Bay News 9

One hundred and twelve medical students from the University of South Florida waited to find out where they would start their careers as doctors at the 2011 Match Day ceremony.

REPOST: USF medical students get “matched” with future jobs

Central Florida News 13

One hundred and twelve medical students from the University of South Florida waited to find out where they would start their careers as doctors at the 2011 Match Day ceremony.

Watch LIVE: Med School Match Day

HealthyState.org

This year, several Florida med schools will simulcast the envelope-opening frenzy online. Check these links throughout the day – University of South Florida.

Indy car driver Charlie Kimball kicks off diabetes campaign at USF in Tampa

St. Petersburg Times

He’ll be at USF’s Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare in Tampa on Wednesday, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., with Dr. Henry Rodriguez, medical director of the USF Diabetes Center.

Parents sue over use of birthing device

St. Petersburg Times (Dallas Morning News)

But Dr. Lewis Rubin, chief of neonatology at Tampa General Hospital and the University of South Florida, said vacuum extraction in preterm births “absolutely can be safe.” “Over more than 25 years in practice, I have seen large numbers of premature…

Research institution creates regional biomedical hub in Florida

Lexology

Called The Jackson Laboratory- Florida, the project’s partners are the University of South Florida in Tampa, Sarasota Memorial Health Care Systems, Sarasota County, and the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, which, with other community agencies…

Kendall Regional hires UM surgeon

Miami Herald

“We’re going to deliver great care and decrease travel times,” he said, noting that the Kendall Regional facility will be affiliated with a statewide trauma network managed by the University of South Florida medical school in Tampa…

Jackson Lab officials talk to Scott’s staff

Sarasota Herald-Tribune‎

Also at the meeting were Sarasota Memorial’s chief executive Gwen MacKenzie, USF’s Steve Klasko and Sarasota County Administrator Jim Ley. “It was an introductory type meeting,” Bullock said. “It wasn’t any numbers” about the project…

Refractory Angina Cell Therapy Protocol (ReACT(R)) Is Evaluated In An International Symposium

Medical News Today ‎(BioPortfolio)

Leslie Willian Miller, Chair of Cardiovascular Research, at the University of South Florida, was in Brazil between February 12th and 15th, participated in an International Seminar of Cell Therapy in Cardiovascular Diseases giving a lecture on Gene and


Trapping Prostate Cancer Cells to Keep Them From Spreading Provides Hope

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