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Join the 25th celebration of USF Health Research Day this Friday, Feb. 20

For 25 years, the USF Health Research Day has provided emerging scientists with a venue for presenting their research to peers and judges and showcasing to the broader […]

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USF Health ALS Clinic named a Center of Excellence

The USF Health ALS Clinic was named a Certified Treatment Center of Excellence by the ALS Association Feb. 2, further validating the Clinic team’s multidisciplinary approach for treating […]

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USF medical student featured on Super Bowl Pregame Show, NBC’s “Today” Show

USF Health Morsani College of Medicine student Ed Woodward was featured in segments during Sunday’s Super Bowl XLIX pregame show and Saturday morning’s “Today” Show, both on NBC. […]

Florida’s neuromusculoskeletal experts gather at inaugural summit, hosted by USF Physical Therapy

Experts in rehabilitation and neuromusculoskeletal sciences from Florida’s universities gathered for the Inaugural Summit of the USF Center for Neuromusculoskeletal Research, held January 16, 2015 at CAMLS in […]

Nominate a COPH alum today!

The USF College of Public Health is calling for nominations for its Outstanding Alumni Awards. Take a look at this fun video and then vote for a COPH alum […]

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USF Health, Moffitt Cancer Center Launch Florida’s First Cardio-Oncology Program

New collaboration uses cutting-edge therapies to reduce risk of cardiovascular complications caused by cancer treatment Approximately 30 percent of all cancer patients develop cardiovascular complications during treatment. USF […]

Coming soon: The 25th USF Health Research Day is Feb. 20

Mark your calendar for Friday, Feb. 20, for this year’s USF Health Research Day. This year’s event – held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the USF […]

USF professors lend interdisciplinary expertise to cutting-edge medical alert system

Two USF faculty members from different disciplines helped develop a new medical alert system that works proactively – providing ongoing monitoring rather than waiting for a reactive push […]

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Year in Review: Good news for USF Health in 2014

From welcoming a new leader  to gaining an unprecedented opportunity to be one of the major economic development anchors of a proposed downtown Tampa Waterfront District, 2014 was […]

Medical student earns Bulls game ball for leading national AMA students

Accolades took the form of a basketball when William Pearce was presented with the USF Bulls’ game ball Dec. 15 during a timeout for the Bulls taking on […]