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Join the fun, watch the competition. Tickets on sale now for the BANDaids for BRIDGE Talent Show

We are quickly approaching one of USF Health’s most loved events: The BANDaids for BRIDGE Talent Show. This year’s lineup features singing, dancing, poetry, comedy and musical acts. […]

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Innovation after 5 PM: My take on “Night Science”

Some of you may have heard my discussion of “Night Science” in a lecture or seminar that I have given at USF MCOM, and for some levity I […]

USF College of Nursing receives $2.8M NIH grant to study cognitive impairment in breast cancer survivors

An interdisciplinary team led by Dr. Cecile Lengacher will study whether mindfulness-based stress reduction reduces chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment Tampa, FL (July 14, 2015) –The National Cancer Institute (NCI) […]

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USF College of Pharmacy earns accreditation

The USF College of Pharmacy earned its first full accreditation July 8 from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), marking a huge milestone for the young school […]

USF global health researchers play role in discovery of new antimalarial drug

Potent compound inhibits protein synthesis at various stages of malaria parasite’s life-cycle With the rapid emergence of multi-drug resistant strains of malaria, the need to find new drugs […]

Pre-health scholars culminate summer studies with poster presentation

Six weeks of intensive study recently culminated June 19 with a poster presentation by 12 undergraduate pre-health students at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM).  The […]

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Dr. Charles Edwards coordinates interdisciplinary care for hospitalized patients [multimedia]

Closely huddled by attentive residents and students, USF physician Charles Edwards, MD, performs his daily rounds of patients inside Tampa General Hospital. Dr. Edwards is a hospitalist and […]

First Day: USF physician residents embrace their specialty training [slideshow]

Three words: Safe. Team. Commit. That’s the message Charles Paidas, MD, urged more than 230 new resident physicians to take away from their recent all-day orientation, their official […]

USF undergraduate public health program ranked No. 1 among nation’s best for veterans

College Factual ranks the College of Public Health as top undergraduate choice for veterans Tampa, FL (July 1, 2015) — The undergraduate public health program at the University […]

USF associate professor investigates link between quality and cost of health care for diabetic patients

Dr. Troy Quast suggests opportunities exist for improving quality of care with minimal effects on cost Tampa, FL (June 30, 2015) – Are higher costs in health care […]

USF Health medical school on the move

MD program fully reaccredited, following approval of $17M to help build new facility downtown Tampa. FL (June 30, 2015) — The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine’s MD […]

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Message From The Vice Dean For Research: Celebrating clinical researchers

This month’s message celebrates the efforts of our clinical researchers and the Office of Clinical Research at the Morsani College of Medicine.  As basic and translational science uncover […]

BRIDGE Clinic receives funding from the Temple Terrace Rotary Club

The student-run USF Health BRIDGE Clinic was one of the top recipients of a new funding source created by the Rotary Club of Temple Terrace. In May, the […]

Chad Dickey studies key role of chaperone proteins in Alzheimer’s, other diseases

Breathing, talking walking, remembering…. All these functions are coordinated by thousands of proteins out on the front lines keeping cells alive, healthy and working normally.  They are helped […]

Governor approves funding for Morsani College of Medicine move downtown

Gov. Rick Scott today signed a state budget into law that includes $17 million to begin relocating the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine to downtown Tampa. The […]

Dr. Uversky contributes to research helping unravel Ebola’s lethality

Last year’s Ebola outbreak in South Africa developed into one of the deadliest in history, but why? There are no effective treatments or vaccines against the hemorrhagic fever […]