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Donna Petersen makes 21st most awesome dean of public health

July 28, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

Donna Petersen, ScD, dean of the USF College of Public Health, ranked 21st on the "100 Awesome Deans of Public Health" list released by "The criteria for our 100 Awesome D

USF medical student Parva Bhatt earns national research training award

July 26, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

Second-year medical student Parva Bhatt was recently awarded the 2012 Trainee Research Award from the American Society of Hematology, in Washington, DC.   The award, which includes $4,000 for c

USF Nursing’s Dr. Kevin Kip appointed to FDA advisory panel

July 24, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

Kevin E. Kip, PhD, professor and executive director for the Research Center at the USF College of Nursing, was appointed to serve on an advisory panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

USF friends turn out to thank Paula

July 18, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

Friends from across USF gathered this week to thank Paula Knaus for her 30 years of service, support and sincerity. The USF Health rotunda was filled with well-wishers and Paula enjoyed hugs from them

American Cancer Society continues its support of USF Nursing programs

July 17, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

For the first time, the USF College of Nursing received three American Cancer Society (ACS) grants for graduate nursing students in each degree programs (Master’s degree, DNP, and PhD). The College

USF partners with STOP Sports Injuries Campaign

July 11, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

The USF Physical Therapy Center, the faculty practice of the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services, was recently designated an official collaborating organization for the STOP Sports

Eye expert Dr. Charles Slonim elected president of Florida Society of Ophthalmology

July 2, 2012 / USF Health Honors and Awards

USF Ophthalmologist Charles B. Slonim, MD, was elected president of the Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO) at its annual meeting in June. His one-year term began in June. Dr. Slonim is an a