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COPH student-driven Edi-BULL campaign offers USF Health healthier lunch options

Hungry? Lunch choices at USF Health just got healthier thanks to a student-directed project. Graduate students in the Health Education Intervention Methods class in the USF College of […]

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USF College of Nursing, USF Sarasota-Manatee, and Sarasota Memorial Health Care System have Tremendous Impact in Sarasota-Manatee

In the past 40 years, more than $752 million more dollars has been put into the Sarasota-Manatee economy and more than 5.2 million more patients have been treated […]

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USF and UWF announce physical therapy partnership program in Pensacola

The collaboration will help meet a state-identified need for more physical therapists Tampa, FL  (Jan. 23, 2013)  – The University of South Florida (USF) and the University of […]

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USF Health signs collaborative agreements with Thailand’s Burapha University

USF Health recently forged two new academic partnerships with one of Thailand’s major public universities, Burapha University in the Chonburi Province.  One collaborative agreement will explore the possibility […]

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USF Health earns accolades as online education leader

USF Health’s footprint as a leader the world of online learning continues to grow. The University of South Florida made its first appearance in the Guide to Online Schools, which […]

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USF Health’s Got Talent: BANDaids for BRIDGE sells out

Click here to view BANDaids for BRIDGE Photo Gallery. Students, faculty and staff entertainers featured in Friday night’s BANDaids for BRIDGE talent show performed before a packed house at the […]

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It’s American Idol, USF Health-style, all for a good cause

Watch BANDaids for BRIDGE talent show promo: Are you ready for USF Health’s take on American Idol, the Voice and the X-Factor? You can be entertained and help […]

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Book co-authored by USF Nursing Dean named 2012 Nursing Research Book of the Year

An expert panel of American Journal of Nursing (AJN) judges has selected a book co-authored by the University of South (USF) College of Nursing Dean as the 2012 […]

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Dr. John Curran earns USF Distinguished Service Award

For his years of service and devotion to USF and to the entire Tampa Bay region, John Curran, MD, was presented with USF’s Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Curran, […]

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USF-VA study finds long-term consequences for traumatic brain injury sufferers

Research with rat models finds chronic inflammation, suppression of cell regeneration, and neuronal cell loss contribute to wide range of motor and cognitive deficits TAMPA, FL  (Jan. 4, 2013) – […]

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USF Health celebrates whirlwind progress of 2012, looks ahead to New Year

For USF Health, 2012 was a fast-paced year in which the foundations laid for transforming health continue to gain momentum.  As we look ahead to an even more […]

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Top 10 USF Health News stories of 2012

From a  USF public health researcher’s discovery of a “happy gene” for women — news picked up by media worldwide — to the opening of a first-of-its-kind simulation center to […]

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USF medical school launches new Master’s in Health Informatics, all online

The list for high-demand jobs nearly always includes careers in health care. And among those, you’ll likely see health informatics, a field that is consistently in the top […]

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Dr. Mack Reavis named president of Lakeland Regional

Dr. Mack Reavis has been named president of Lakeland Regional Medical Center, the hospital that is becoming the first member of the newly created USF Health System. In […]

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Dr. Menezes to lead international affairs at USF Health, Morsani College of Medicine

Lynette Menezes, PhD, was recently named  new assistant dean for international affairs in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, as well as assistant vice president for international affairs […]

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USF pediatric psychologist suggests ways to help children cope during crisis

By Kathleen Armstrong, PhD, NCSP Most of us are in a state of disbelief because of the recent horrific events at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. We […]