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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 to create USF Health System to partner with hospitals

Partnership with Lakeland Regional Medical Center proposes to create 200 new residency positions for state TAMPA, FL (Sept. 19, 2012) - USF Health is creating a new and transformative […]

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Sleep apnea in obese pregnant women linked to poor maternal and neonatal outcomes

Tampa, FL (Sept. 20, 2012) – The newborns of obese pregnant women suffering from obstructive sleep apnea are more likely to be admitted to the neonatal intensive care […]

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New youth clinic provides care for those at risk

  When Aaron Ho was younger, he never felt comfortable discussing his sexuality with a doctor. Now he realizes that discomfort may keep some teens and young adults […]

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USF Multiple Sclerosis Center part of new therapeutic landscape for patients

The same day that the University of South Florida celebrated the 20th anniversary of its USF Multiple Sclerosis Center, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new […]

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Through mentoring, USF Health helps new charter school build a pipeline for healthcare professionals

Like students in most schools, a group of elementary students in East Tampa started classes last month excited about the year ahead. But this group is a little […]

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USF Health to lead new Friedreich’s ataxia study [VIDEO]

Click here to download symposium video USF Health will be the lead site for a new study testing the safety and effectiveness of a potent antioxidant for patients […]

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USF’s advanced prosthetics research benefits combat-wounded veterans [VIDEO]

Army Sgt. Danny Swank’s lower right leg was amputated following dozens of surgeries to try to save the limb severely damaged when a grenade exploded inside his Humvee […]

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Advances in ataxia research featured Sept. 6 at USF Health CAMLS [VIDEO]

Click  here to watch archived live stream of symposium The annual scientific symposium hosted by by FARA and USF was  live streamed for the first time, with more than 900 views via social media […]

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USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute offers Amyvid brain imaging

Amyvid is the first and only FDA-approved diagnostic PET tracer for imaging beta amyloid plaques in the living brain Tampa, FL – (Sept. 5, 2012) The USF Health […]

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USF Health, Bisk Education to offer online health informatics graduate degree

TAMPA, FL  (Sept.  5, 2012) – USF Health is partnering with Bisk Education to offer a new online master’s degree  in Health Informatics, responding to the growing need for technology […]

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Front Row Tampa Bay spotlight shines on USF Health

Creating a world-class healthcare facility in Tampa Bay. Leading research on how the power of genetics can help tailor treatments to specific individuals. Caring for the whole patient […]

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Paralympian turned pediatrician lives life without limits [VIDEO]

When Diane Straub swims, the first thing you notice is how fast she moves. She slices through the water, sending out sprays of glistening sparks. The next thing […]

First day also meant pizza for these medical students.

More students than ever start fall classes at USF Health

It’s another year of firsts and breaking records for the colleges and programs at USF Health.  Both Pharmacy and SELECT welcomed their second group of students, each more […]

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Study finds gene that predicts happiness in women

New finding may help explain the gender difference in happiness Tampa, FL (Aug. 28, 2012) — A new study has found a gene that appears to make women […]

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College of Public Health greets record number of new students

The USF College of Public Health admitted nearly 700 students this fall—a record according to Todd Williams, MEd, academic services administrator in the college’s Office of Academic and […]