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Secretary Sebelius visits CAMLS to talk about healthcare reform

[imagebrowser id=2] Tampa, FL (Feb. 2, 2012) – USF Health’s Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation doesn’t officially open until Monday. But on Thursday, USF Health hosted its […]

USF awarded $1.57 M to study TBI, other battlefield-related conditions

The Department of Defense grant may lead to better treatments, readjustment skills for veterans Tampa, FL (Jan. 31, 2012) – The University of South Florida has received a $1.57 […]

Dr. Brownlee named medical director of Monsour Executive Wellness Center

The rapid success of the 21-month-old Monsour Executive Wellness Center at USF Health has resulted in the need for a full-time physician director to help propel and shepherd the Center […]

USF joins forces with First Lady Michelle Obama to combat PTSD and TBI

First Lady mentions USF as example of universities stepping up to care for veterans and their families Tampa, FL (Jan. 11, 2012) – Today, as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s […]

CAMLS Economic Development Press Conference

CAMLS to become a job engine, leaders say

USF Health’s new Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation is a showcase for creating the valuable high-wage jobs that Tampa Bay needs, said U.S. Rep Kathy Castor […]

Program treats complex GI and swallowing disorders

For years Joyce Whidden suffered with heartburn and acid reflux. When an endoscopy revealed little more than mild redness, Whidden filled the prescription she was given for an […]

New faculty help expand Nursing simulation education

The USF College of Nursing’s recent expansion in simulation education took another leap forward with the addition of several new faculty leaders. Marisa Belote joined the College as […]

Dr. William Sappenfield

State maternal-child health epidemiologist to lead Community & Family Health, Chiles Center

Tampa, FL (Dec. 27, 2011) — A nationally recognized maternal and child health epidemiologist has joined USF Health as chair of the College of Public Health’s Department of Community […]

Combat simulation scenario

Training medics to save lives in combat

USF Health will investigate how best to train combat medics to help save soldiers’ lives as part of a university consortium that has received a $5.3 million grant […]