Posts Tagged Charles Lockwood
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USF Health Faculty Participates in IPE Poverty Simulation

Health care is not defined solely by what happens in the emergency room or the doctor’s office. Patients bring with them their illnesses and their chronic conditions, but they also […]

The best of USF Health drives steady climb in rankings

Several USF Health graduate programs advanced in the recently released U.S. News & World Report rankings, a continuation of steady improvements for USF Health in national rankings across […]

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Feel the Buzz: USF Health Research Day showcases best scientific work

The noise level in the Marshall Student Center escalated to a palpable buzz as USF Health Research Day 2019 progressed.  Students, trainees, faculty, staff and visitors milled about […]

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USF Health opens new Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center

Personalized women’s health facility now accepting members Women in the Tampa Bay region who seek a more personalized, navigated style of health care now have a new option, […]

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Preeminence helps USF build new medical engineering department

The partnership between USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and the College of Engineering can help spur new technologies, devices and processes to improve health care and reduce […]

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Building the future of health care: First USF Health IPE Day focuses on value of team care

To work together effectively as practitioners in a 21st Century health system students must learn together.  And, equally important, the coordinated, team approach to patient care that today’s students […]

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Topping off celebrates milestone in construction of new USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute

On a warm, breezy November day, an 800-pound white beam was slowly lifted skyward by a construction crane, marking another milestone in USF’s history – the topping off […]

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We must have dispassionate reasoning and compassionate caring

This past week has witnessed multiple acts of senseless violence, hate and intolerance.  Although mental illness may have played a role in some of these tragic events, the […]

FARA-USF scientific symposium advances toward treatment for Friedreich’s ataxia

The Friedreich’s Ataxia Scientific Symposium: Understanding a Cure recently marked its 9th year of bringing dedicated scientists, clinicians, and industry partners with patients and their families to USF […]

Faculty excellence recognized at promotion and tenure reception

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, USF Health celebrated faculty excellence at the University Club.  The evening consisted of a welcome by Catherine Lynch, MD, associate vice president for faculty […]