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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 Health navigators to host enrollment events March 26 and 31 at USF Tampa campus

“USF, Get Covered!” open to university campus, community; anyone with questions about coverage welcome Tampa, FL (March. 24, 2014) – As the March 31 deadline to enroll for coverage […]

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Dreams come true at this year’s Match Day

CLICK HERE FOR MATCH DAY 2014 RESULTS Alicia Billington was the first to find out. “Plastic surgery at University of South Florida,” she said, as she opened the […]

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On Match Day, USF medical students push for GME funds with U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor

Graduating medical students at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine celebrated the next step in their careers at Match Day Friday – but first they and leading […]

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Stem cell combination therapy improves traumatic brain injury, USF study finds

Umbilical cord cell and growth factor treatment tested in animal models could offer hope for millions, including U.S. war veterans with traumatic brain injuries Tampa, FL (March 20, […]

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Future starts at Match Day 2014 for USF Health medical students

New doctors tend to practice in states where they conduct their residency specialty training. Where will this year’s graduating USF Health medical students do their residencies? Find out […]

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Scholarship established to recognize education leader Dr. John Sinnott

Devoting time to the needs of the community is at the heart of a new scholarship for USF medical students. Called the Dr. John Sinnott Merit Scholarship in […]

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FDA fast tracks Friedreich’s ataxia drug undergoing testing in USF-led trial

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday designated fast-track status to EPI-743 for the treatment of Friedreich’s ataxia – a move that will help accelerate clinical development of […]

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Dr. Bryan Bognar returns to USF Health to lead medical education

Eight years ago, Bryan Bognar, MPH, MD, was deep in the middle of preparing for reaccreditation for the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine. Committees, data collection, lengthy reports and […]

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March Madness inspires a great cause for at-risk youth

Over 80 supporters from the Tampa Bay area geared up in colorful basketball jerseys, striped knee-high socks and sneakers ready to put their know how to the test […]

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Lone survivor’s story brings experiences of veterans to life for medical students

When lone survivor Marcus Luttrell, a former Navy SEAL, came to Tampa Theater this Tuesday evening to kick off the first stop of his multicity Patriot Tour, the […]

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USF Health Cardiovascular Sciences among Afib ablation leaders in DECAAF trial

MRI helps assess effect of atrial fibrosis on Afib ablation therapy outcome, multinational study reported in JAMA shows A provocative study recently reported in the Journal of the […]

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Nav-Lab “Blowout” assists those seeking affordable care as deadline approaches

Tamina Johnson, a USF engineering sciences doctoral student, knows a lot about the complexities of proteins, but she needed a little help when it came to choosing healthcare […]

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USF Health researchers closer to improving safety, effectiveness of lithium therapy

Lithium salicylate produced steady blood and brain lithium levels up to 48 hours following oral dose, the recent preclinical study showed Tampa, FL (March 11, 2014) – Lithium, […]

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Molecular Medicine adds dose of fun to academic retreat

Beer isn’t a topic you’d typically associate with a scholarly gathering of faculty and graduate students.  Neither would you expect to see a departmental chairman riding a bicycle […]

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Molecular subtyping of breast cancer may better identify women at high risk of disease recurrence [VIDEO]

University of South Florida-led study helps refine personalized approach to breast cancer diagnosis and treatment Tampa, FL (March 6, 2014) – A method called molecular subtyping can help doctors […]