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Cardiology specialist first to earn PhD from USF Health Heart Institute program

Scientific research is often a low-key exercise, with fastidious people peering into microscopes and working under the radar. Seldom are they described as rising stars, but Jiajia Yang […]

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 […]

Increased cases of Social Anxiety Disorder may be a lasting legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic, says USF Health Psychiatry expert

As society returns to what life was like before the pandemic, many people are glad to again hang out with friends, attend concerts and travel. For others, however, […]

USF Health Honors a New Group of Doctors

A few tears and thunderous cheers filled the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, Fla., on May 6 as families, friends, staff and faculty watched the USF Health Morsani […]

Grateful patient is shows appreciation for USF Health midwife team

After a disappointing end to her first pregnancy, Amylynn Seider reached out to the USF Health midwife team after she got pregnant with her daughter.  Amy Reinke, DNP, […]

Nanobiotechnology conference brings together multiple disciplines to impact future pandemics

Nanotechnology and biotechnology experts from around the globe gathered in-person and virtually at this year’s Global Nanobiotechnology Conference (GNC), hosted April 22 to 24 by USF’s NANO and […]

RISE, Robert A. Good Honor Society welcome newest inductees

The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Office of Research Innovation and Scholarly Endeavors (RISE) inducted the newest members of the Robert A. Good Honor Society (RGHS).  The […]

State grant advances USF Health research on how diet-related changes in gut and oral microbiomes affect the aging brain

The multisite study may identify measures to help prevent or delay mild cognitive impairment and dementias like Alzheimer’s disease TAMPA, Fla. (April 19, 2022) – The Florida Department […]

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