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USF pediatric cancer research benefits from generosity of 1 Voice Foundation, Lightning Foundation

USF pediatric research got a boost when Mary Ann Massolio shared half of the $50,000 award she received from the Lightning Foundation with the research lab of Cameron […]

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Congressman on CAMLS: “Tremendously impressive”

U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone toured the USF Health Center for Medical Learning and Innovation (CAMLS) April 23 and his comments indicated he was struck by the center’s capacity […]

Students urged to stay active in research at Scholarly Concentration Student Symposium

Taking active roles in scholarly activities beyond the assigned curriculum will very likely give medical students a decided advantage when applying for residency programs and fellowships and even […]

USF Health Research Day 2013: Emerging Scientists and Top-Tier Research

Few other events bring together USF’s emerging scientists better than the annual USF Health Research Day. The day-long event showcases the best and the brightest researchers across all […]

USF-VA study finds long-term consequences for traumatic brain injury sufferers

Research with rat models finds chronic inflammation, suppression of cell regeneration, and neuronal cell loss contribute to wide range of motor and cognitive deficits TAMPA, FL  (Jan. 4, 2013) – […]

Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Center, Robert Hauser, patient

Combining Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease expertise under one roof benefits research, patient care [VIDEO]

(IPX066), that alleviates motor symptoms quickly and appears to last longer than other levodopa medications currently available. The drug is expected to be approved by the FDA next […]

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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, […]

Chad Dickey, Byrd Alzheimer's Institute, chaperone proteins, glaucoma, JCB journal, Grp94

Chaperone protein subverts removal of glaucoma-causing protein, USF-led study finds

Inhibiting the protein, Grp94, could offer new treatment for the sight-robbing eye disease Tampa, FL (Oct. 8, 2012) — The chaperone protein Grp94 can interfere with the clearance […]

Faculty Outstanding Research Achievement Awards 2012, Judy Genshaft, John Carter, Dwayne Smith

Two USF Health faculty members recognized for outstanding research achievements

Two USF Health faculty members were among nine recipients of the university’s 2012 Faculty Outstanding Research Achievement Awards. Eric Buhi, PhD, of the College of Public Health, and […]

Intervention research focus of new book co-authored by Dianne Morrison-Beedy

The nuances for conducting intervention research are laid out in a new book co-authored by Dianne Morrison-Beedy, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of the USF College of Medicine. Called […]

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