USF Health In the News – for the week of February 28, 2011

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 Miss America Nicole Johnson: Changing The Landscape of Chronic Illness

Huffington Post

In 2010 Nicole Johnson secured funding for a five-year innovative project being conducted at the University of South Florida called “Bringing Science Home.” Johnson serves as the project’s Executive Director. I first met Nicole last year when she was

Nothing to Sneeze At

Patch.Com (a product of

While warmer weather turns our thoughts to gardening and spring blossoms, allergy sufferers often head indoors away from the pollen. That, says Richard F. Lockey, Director, Division of Allergy and Immunology at USF Health, can be a good course of action.



WUSF- University Beat

Researchers from USF’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitations Sciences continue investigating the best prosthetic devices to help people missing a limb do more athletically, and they’ve turned their attention to the ‘gentleman’s game’ of golf. University Beat on WUSF TV takes us to the course for the story.

Jackson, USF look to Fla.’s Sarasota County

Forbes (Including an additional 20 news organizations:, The Tampa Tribune, Bradenton Herald, Press Herald, Sarasota –Herald TribuneBangor Daily News)

Maine’s Jackson Laboratory and the University of South Florida plan to create a 120000-square-foot new research center in Florida’s Sarasota County. The project, dubbed The Jackson Laboratory-Florida

NEW: Jackson Lab picks Sarasota County, sources say

Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Bradenton Herald‎, News Press)

The press conference announcing Jackson Laboratory’s choice of Sarasota County — scheduled to begin at 11 am today — will focus mainly on the partnership between the genetics researcher, the University of South Florida

Sarasota County may put Jackson Lab funding to a vote

Brandon News and Tribune

Jackson Laboratory would partner in research with the University of South Florida. Officials at USF have said they’re not choosing sides between Hillsborough or Sarasota counties, but USF’s main campus in Tampa would appear to benefit Hillsborough

Lights that combat aging?

10 Connects ‎

Dr. Neil Alan Fenske, Chair of the University of South Florida‘s Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery is very skeptical of the claims. “LED lights, in my opinion, don’t do a lot from a cosmetic perspective,” said Dr. Fenske

Mayors find themselves in new role: business recruiter

Tampa Tribune

The University of South Florida had been looking for a site for its future Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, or CAMLS, which will teach physicians how to use the latest medical technology. At one point, people from Orlando’s Medical


Cryo-Cell Reports Financial Results for Fiscal Year 2010

Media Workstation (eBioNews)

The study was conducted by researchers at Cryo-Cell, the University of South Florida, Saneron-CCEL Therapeutics and the Medical College of Georgia. In August 2010, the Company executed and announced an R&D collaboration agreement with Monash University…

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