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USF Health CAMLS celebrates 10 years of providing the best in simulation training

The USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) first opened 10 years ago in March 2012, where leaders from the community, education, industry, and simulation […]

Collaborative effort across Florida’s medical schools results in a statute expanding Medicaid coverage to include donor breastmilk

Collaborative effort across Florida’s medical schools results in a statute expanding Medicaid coverage to include donor breastmilk More Florida babies will have access to donor breastmilk with the […]

Tampa General Hospital and USF Health neurosurgeons first in Tampa Bay to provide patients new innovative ultrasound technology

A minimally invasive technique called Focused Ultrasound targets an area of the brain that controls movement, and requires no anesthesia or surgical opening of the skull. Tampa, FL […]

Dr. Mark Moseley named president of USF Tampa General Physicians

TAMPA, Fla (April 8, 2022) – The board of directors for the USF Tampa General Physicians has named Mark G. Moseley, MD, MHA, FACEP, the first president of […]

USF Health graduate programs place well in latest U.S. News rankings

Graduate programs at USF Health had significant gains in this year’s rankings from U.S. News & World Report (U.S. News), strong improvements that highlight the advances USF Health continues to […]

Facts That Unite Us

I started some weeks ago to put together a message on Black History Month.  But as the world watches with horror at what is happening in Ukraine between […]

USF Health celebrates return of in-person Research Day

Research Day 2022 participants welcomed the opportunity to once again connect with health sciences scholars across USF colleges and disciplines Video by Ryan Rossy, USF Health Communications and […]

Patient-centered treatment approach improves asthma outcomes for Black and Latinx adults

USF Health physician-scientist Dr. Juan Carlos Cardet was co-first author for the New England Journal of Medicine article reporting results of the long-awaited PREPARE trial   TAMPA, Fla […]

USF Health Ybor Youth Clinic first in Florida to receive Adolescent-Centered Environment Certification from the Adolescent Health Initiative

The USF Health Ybor Youth Clinic (YYC) is proud to announce successful completion of the Adolescent-Centered Environment Assessment Process (ACE-AP) and certification as a silver adolescent-centered health center; […]

USF Health studies how diet affects gut, oral microbiomes linked to brain health in older adults

The new research may help identify measures to prevent or delay mild cognitive impairment and dementia Can what you eat influence the health of your brain now and […]

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