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First Day: USF physician residents embrace their specialty training

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 […]

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Florida’s neuromusculoskeletal experts gather at inaugural summit, hosted by USF Physical Therapy

Experts in rehabilitation and neuromusculoskeletal sciences from Florida’s universities gathered for the Inaugural Summit of the USF Center for Neuromusculoskeletal Research, held January 16, 2015 at CAMLS in […]

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New compounds more potent in combatting brain-eating amoeba’s fatal infection

Tampa, FL (Jan. 28, 2015) – A University of South Florida Health College of Public Health professor and his team of researchers have zeroed in on compounds that […]

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The Super Bowl of weight loss: Former NFL players drop pounds, get healthy

By Lisa Greene, Tampa General Hospital News When Rob Taylor was an offensive lineman, he ate everything in sight. Rob Taylor talks about his experience losing weight as […]

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Nominate a COPH alum today!

The USF College of Public Health is calling for nominations for its Outstanding Alumni Awards. Take a look at this fun video and then vote for a COPH alum […]

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USF Health, Moffitt Cancer Center Launch Florida’s First Cardio-Oncology Program

New collaboration uses cutting-edge therapies to reduce risk of cardiovascular complications caused by cancer treatment Approximately 30 percent of all cancer patients develop cardiovascular complications during treatment. USF […]

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Coming soon: The 25th USF Health Research Day is Feb. 20

Mark your calendar for Friday, Feb. 20, for this year’s USF Health Research Day. This year’s event – held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the USF […]

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USF professors lend interdisciplinary expertise to cutting-edge medical alert system

Two USF faculty members from different disciplines helped develop a new medical alert system that works proactively – providing ongoing monitoring rather than waiting for a reactive push […]

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BANDaids for BRIDGE showcases talent for a cause

The 4th Annual BandAIDS for BRIDGE Talent show packed the hall at the T. Pepin Hospitality Centre this Friday evening — entertaining students, faculty, staff and friends of […]

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COPH birth defects researchers to host statewide meeting Jan 8-9

Preeminent birth defects researchers from the USF College of Public Health will welcome others from across the state and beyond when they host the third Florida Birth Defects […]

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BANDaids for BRIDGE combines students’ passion for health care with entertainment

By Saundra Amrhein The fourth annual BANDaids for BRIDGE talent show and fundraiser for the USF BRIDGE Healthcare Clinic will be held on Friday, Jan. 9, from 6:30 […]

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Top 10 countdowns: Most read and most liked 2014 stories

As we get ready to ring in the New Year, here’s the Top 10 countdowns for 2014.  Our news “hits” lists highlight the most popular stories, both on […]

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Year in Review: Good news for USF Health in 2014

From welcoming a new leader  to gaining an unprecedented opportunity to be one of the major economic development anchors of a proposed downtown Tampa Waterfront District, 2014 was […]

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“Opportunity of a lifetime” for USF and Tampa Bay region

Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik unveiled his vision for the redevelopment of Tampa’s waterfront district today – a vision that includes co-locating the USF Health Morsani College […]

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Medical student earns Bulls game ball for leading national AMA students

Accolades took the form of a basketball when William Pearce was presented with the USF Bulls’ game ball Dec. 15 during a timeout for the Bulls taking on […]

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USF Health to study whether medication will help patients with atrial fibrillation fare better after a stroke

The $2.2 million investigator-initiated clinical trial will compare a new rapid-onset anticoagulant with warfarin, the standard medical treatment for Afib. Tampa, FL (Dec. 12, 2014) – The USF […]