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VA Research Day showcases opportunities for Haley VA, USF Health collaborations

Opportunities for enhanced collaboration were revealed as leaders from USF Health and the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital gathered for a panel discussion and symposium May 23 — […]

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USF Health, Moffitt Cancer Center mark first year of Cardio-Oncology Program

Abby Jones was diagnosed with breast, kidney and lung cancers at Moffitt Cancer Center two years ago – all at age 29. “Who knew I would have to […]

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USF Health takes part in national Tell Me More campaign to highlight compassionate patient care

She’s a grandmother to 16 grandchildren, she’s taking a cruise to the Caribbean, and she’s going to Miami to get a boat. These are details June Ryan wants […]

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Winning at USF Lightning Night [video]

Feb. 12 was USF Night with the Tampa Bay Lightning and USF Health took the event to heart. USF Health faculty, staff, friends and supporters were there to help cheer on […]

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USF Health faculty, staff and students share their career journeys with local middle schools

Dressed in business attire, middle school students from two local same-gender magnet schools listened intently as USF Health staff described the paths they have taken – some direct, […]

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USF Health medical student will accompany renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli

As Andrea Bocelli belts out his first tune to the Tampa Bay audience at the Amalie Arena this Thursday evening, medical student Michael Manasterski will be on stage alongside the […]

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New on-site patient labs mean convenience and faster results for USF Health patients

In its continued effort to make the best use of patients’ time during their visits, the USF Physicians Group is opening Patient Labs in the Morsani Center for […]

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USF Health experts help local media report on Zika

As the world hears news about the spread of the Zika virus and its link to other conditions, particularly the debilitating birth defect microcephaly, local media turn to […]

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USF Health Panama provides the hub for a world of collaborative projects

Several USF Health faculty were among leading international researchers contributing to the scientific conversation at the third Vaccinology in the Tropics Conference, hosted by USF Health in Panama […]

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Two USF Health physicians add to expertise for Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

USF Health is adding to the extensive expertise offered by the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay with two recent additions to the Center’s administration. Kaley Tash, MD, second-year […]

Patty Rhodes, director of the Call Center, has seen tremendous growth in call volume in her 21 years with the USF Physicians Group.

Expanding Call Center improves patient experience at USF Health

The USF Physicians Group is taking multiple steps toward improving the patient experience. One of the primary focuses is on bolstering its Call Center with more staff, technology […]

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USF Health MCOM welcomes Deborah DeWaay as associate dean for medical education

Deborah DeWaay, MD, FACP, has been named associate dean of Undergraduate Medical Education in the Office of Educational Affairs of the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM). […]

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Emma Heart studies the role of energy metabolism in Type 2 diabetes [multimedia]

Despite advances in drug therapies for diabetes, maintaining optimal blood sugar (glucose) levels has remained a challenge for health care practitioners and patients. USF Health’s Emma Heart, PhD, […]

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A night filled with talent and red-carpet flair, all to help BRIDGE Clinic [video]

USF Health’s best friends and supporters filled the TPepin Hospitality Centre Jan. 8 for the 5th Annual BANDaids for BRIDGE Talent Show. The evening entertained all with nine acts, […]

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Here’s some tips for a high-impact research seminar presentation

I think we can all remember a handful of seminars that we have attended where at the conclusion we were overwhelmingly impressed.  What made those presentations so impactful? […]

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Fourth-year USF medical student patents urethral catheter to reduce recurrent catheterizations, infection risk

In watching his father struggle with kidney stones, William Pearce was inspired to work closely with urologists, which sparked his idea for a new device that greatly reduces […]