Archive for the Morsani College of Medicine Category
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USF Health Faculty Participates in IPE Poverty Simulation

Health care is not defined solely by what happens in the emergency room or the doctor’s office. Patients bring with them their illnesses and their chronic conditions, but they also […]

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USF Health scientist part of urgent global effort to rid Southeast Asia of malaria

What Dr. Liwang Cui’s team learns in the laboratory and the field can help curb the spread of this increasingly multidrug-resistant, mosquito-borne disease While some of the largest […]

The best of USF Health drives steady climb in rankings

Several USF Health graduate programs advanced in the recently released U.S. News & World Report rankings, a continuation of steady improvements for USF Health in national rankings across […]

Transplanted bone marrow-derived endothelial progenitor cells delay ALS disease progression

A new University of South Florida preclinical study finds that the regenerative cell therapy boosts motor nerve cell survival by repairing the blood-spinal cord barrier TAMPA, Fla. (April […]

USF Health Heart Institute director named to AIMBE College of Fellows

March 25, 2019 — USF Health Heart Institute Director Samuel Wickline, MD, a pioneer in nanotechnology targeting heart disease and other disorders, has been inducted into the American […]

U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor praises USF teams for work as ACA marketplace navigators

U.S. Representative Kathy Castor hosted a press conference March 21 at the USF Health Neuroscience Institute’s Byrd Alzheimer’s Center, announcing her creation of a bill that will help […]

USF senior medical students get matches made in paradise

Click here for Match Day 2019 results. Green and gold filled the lawn outside Ulele March 15 as senior medical students from the USF Health Morsani College of […]

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Sea squirt’s microbiome offers clues to frontline immune defense, gut health

National Science Foundation research by USF Health’s Larry Dishaw has relevance for debilitating digestive disorders like inflammatory bowel disease What can we learn about human health from the […]

‘Watchful waiting’ with routine ultrasound safer than removing benign ovarian cysts, study suggests

USF Health is only U.S. site participating in the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis phase 5 study A watchful waiting approach may be better than surgery for most women […]

Poverty simulation allows students to walk a mile in a limited income person’s shoes

For the first time, the exercise brings together students from all USF Health colleges.   Living in the moment is a way of life that countless people strive […]