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USF global health professor leads workshop for Gates Foundation scientists conducting malaria research

John Adams, PhD, USF Health professor of global health, and his research team recently led a weeklong workshop for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Malaria Culture Systems […]

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Sam Fuld’s Diabetes Sports Camp at USF bigger and better than ever

This year’s Sam Fuld USF Diabetes Sports Camp attracted a record number of kids from Florida and across the country and added more sports to the mix of […]

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Men’s emotional distress about HPV infection similar to women’s, USF public health study shows

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection has been associated with feelings of anger, fear, guilt, embarrassment, stigma and depression among women, but few studies have examined the emotional responses among […]

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USF Health Research Day set for Feb. 21

Mark your calendar for the 24th Annual USF Health Research Day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 21, at the USF Marshall Student Center. Few events give […]

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State funding pushes access to ALS care across Florida

Increased funding helps provide much-needed coordinated care to ALS patients and families across Florida. Access to care truly made a difference to Billie Jean Fogle.  There’s no cure for […]

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USF Health Specialty Care Center opens in The Villages

 The Villages (Jan. 24, 2014) -  USF Health is now providing a broad range of specialty care – from orthopaedics to endocrinology – in north central Florida as […]

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USF and cancer advocacy organization FORCE get PCORI award to boost new national clinical research network

Tampa, FL (Jan. 23, 2014) – A team led by the University of South Florida (USF Health) Morsani College of Medicine and the leading national hereditary breast and […]

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Team to study control of malaria-related parasite growth with $2.1-million NIH grant

Animal cells similar to those of humans contain a “control room,” called the centrosome, which regulates cell replication. Disrupt this core hub and you kill cell division. That […]

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Ideas for interdisciplinary education flow at Synergy Social

Concrete ideas came forth as more than four dozen USF Health faculty moved from table to table planning how they could enhance inter-professional education across all USF Health […]

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New online program helps all USF Health students track academic experience

Corralling the details of every college activity, project and job has been greatly simplified for USF Health students with the unveiling of the new USF Health Student Portfolios. […]

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Hundreds gather as The WELL officially opens to all USF Health students

With a concerted pull of the drape hiding the sign, the formal name of the USF Health student services center was unveiled: The WELL. Several hundred staff, faculty […]

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USF ENT part of leading study on an alternative sleep apnea therapy

         -Study results published in recent New England Journal of Medicine- A recent New England Journal of Medicine article reporting that upper airway stimulation reduces […]

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From Bollywood to Blues, USF Health performers entertain for a good cause

USF Health students, faculty and staff came out in force Friday evening, Jan. 10, to support performers in the third annual BANDaids for BRIDGE talent show.  Proceeds and […]

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USF Health professor contributes to Lancet series on reducing research waste

A series of new papers in the journal Lancet discussing how to increase value and reduce waste in research includes a contribution by USF Distinguished Professor Benjamin Djulbegovic, […]

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Top 10 USF Health news stories and social media hits of 2013

We’re taking a page from Letterman. Our top 10 lists highlight the most popular 2013 stories both on the USF Health News site and on Facebook. USF Health […]

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USF Health celebrates 2013, looks ahead to New Year

As 2013 winds down and USF Health  moves into 2014,  we reflects on some highlights and accomplishments over the past year. And, we look ahead in the New […]