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The WELL expands to CAMLS! New suite dedicated to student services

The WELL has expanded! The centralized services that support USF Health students on the main USF campus in north Tampa has opened a suite of offices at USF’s […]

Tampa DogFest walk at USF Health will help raise funds for canine companions and service dogs

USF Health is once again hosting the Tampa DogFest Walk ‘n Roll™ to benefit the Canine Companions for Independence program. The year’s event is Feb. 12 and continues […]

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USF Health to host health care symposium for prospective students

For some students, choosing a major can be a difficult decision. However, an event hosted by USF Health from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4, […]

IAMSE webinar series aimed to reduce burnout in doctors and students

Chronic stress and burnout are prevalent among more than half of health care professionals, including medical students. That is why The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) […]

Top 10 USF Health News stories in 2016

1.       Pirates invade USF Match Day 2016, deliver good news to USF medical students heading to residencies [Video] 2.       Largest and most competitive: Incoming medical class makes history […]

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USF Health had a great 2016! Take a look.

USF Health continues to make life better for the community in and around the University and is prepared for a creative, innovative and productive 2017. Check out some […]

Dr. Dolly Swisher named interim director for Physical Therapy

Laura Lee (Dolly) Swisher, PT, PhD, FNAP, FAPTA, has been named interim director for the USF Health School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences by Charles J. Lockwood, […]

In memoriam: Sharon Perlman, MD

Sharon Perlman, MD, an exceptional physician, colleague, teacher and patient advocate, died Dec. 11, 2016. She was 63. Dr. Perlman was as a faculty member in the Department […]

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Dr. Taylor-Clark aims to make sense out of how airway nerves respond to their environment

Understanding the sensory nerves involved in protective behaviors may lead to new therapies for respiratory, cardiovascular diseases Think about the last time you stubbed a toe. The sensory […]

USF Health BRIDGE Clinic named Philanthropic Service Organization of the Year

The Suncoast Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) recently recognized the USF Health BRIDGE Clinic as its 2016 Philanthropic Service Organization of the Year. The award […]