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USF College of Pharmacy hosts medical cannabis symposium to separate stigma from science

The USF College of Pharmacy hosted a research symposium with top scientists and experts to discuss medical cannabis and its impact on patient health. The event, held on […]

In memoriam: Dr. Lee Adair

USF Health is mourning the death of long-serving biochemistry and microbiology faculty member Winston Lee Adair Jr., PhD, who is remembered as both a brilliant scientist and an […]

Ob-Gyn fellow receives prestigious award to study breastfeeding benefits on maternal health

Research shows breastfeeding is good for babies. But is breastfeeding also good for mothers and their long-term health? Adetola F. Louis-Jacques, MD, a fellow in the Division of […]

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USF Health opens state-of-the-art fitness center

It was an exciting day at USF Health as hundreds gathered to celebrate the grand opening of a new USF Health Fitness Center on April 3 at the […]

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Medicine, engineering researchers use facial expression software to help measure pain felt by newborns

For generations, nurses tending to newborns have been able to tell the subtle difference between a baby’s cry of hunger and that of pain. That ability to distinguish […]

USF’s Alumni Magazine Goes Digital in Spring 2017

USF, the official magazine of the USF Alumni Association, initiates a largely digital distribution format beginning with its spring 2017 edition. “This is the age of 24-hour news, […]

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Lucky match! USF senior medical students learn where they will spend their residencies [video]

Click here for Match Day 2017 results. Click here for more photos in Flickr Clear skies, the Hillsborough River and the downtown Tampa skyline helped set the stage […]

Study Examining Race, Heart Disease Treatments One of Eight USF Health Presentations Accepted to Prestigious Cardiology Conference

One of the studies found that African-Americans are more likely to have nonischemic heart disease than white patients, which points to the need for a risk-stratification system based […]

“Language” of grant writing should help educate reviewers

The book “The 5 Love Languages” teaches about how people communicate and receive love using different “languages.” There are some similarities between these concepts and writing grant proposals, […]

A record crowd of presenters for USF Health Research Day.

USF Health hosts historic Research Day, showcasing the best in science [video]

In what was likely the largest USF Health Research Day on record, nearly 360 presenters filled the Ballroom at the Marshall Student Center with their poster presentations, offering […]