Posts Tagged personalized medicine

USF Pharmacy announces initiatives to advance innovation and technology in learning and discovery

The Healthcare Imaginarium for Exponential Technologies, or HIETs™ is the brainchild of visionary College of Pharmacy Dean Kevin Sneed TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 22, 2018) — USF Health’s Pharmacy […]

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Genetics research may help tailor more precise therapies for asthma, heart failure [Audio Clips]

Studies led by USF’s Dr. Stephen Liggett shed light on genetic variability of adrenergic receptors and how they might best be used to treat disease While significant progress […]

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) […]

One Mouse, One Patient

USF Health researchers weigh in on mouse avatars for personalized cancer therapy Imagine a type of personalized treatment where mice serve as surrogates to treat human disease. A […]

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New Pharmacy Plus promises innovative patient engagement

Aimed at changing the way patients tap into the expertise of their pharmacists to better manage their health, the USF College of Pharmacy is launching the USF Health […]

USF celebrates opening of Heart Institute Genomics Laboratory

The new laboratory, focusing on genomic science to find new diagnostics and therapies for cardiovascular disease, was built with the support of Hillsborough County Framed patents lining a […]

USF gets $2.8M NIH grant with Aetna to study genetic testing and breast cancer treatment

USF Health’s Dr. Rebecca Sutphen will lead the national, collaborative research expected to help personalize and improve cancer care TAMPA, Fla. and HARTFORD, Conn. (May 9, 2013) – […]

Research Day speaker: Move genetic discovery to medical practice

Cancer, cardiovascular illnesses and most other common diseases now have multiple medications that may work – yet none of them work on more than half the patients, keynote […]

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From river blindness to genomics, USF Health faculty lead the world

USF Health faculty members in medicine and public health scored major media hits this past week. Stephen Liggett, MD, vice dean for research at the USF Health Morsani College of […]

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Healing Hearts

Several clinical trials starting at USF Health’s new Heart Institute this year will offer gene and stem cell therapy approaches to healing damaged hearts Over the past 18 months, […]