Posts Tagged Research Matters

Next steps to accelerate our Alzheimer’s disease research, neuroscience efforts

You may have noticed the flurry of activity on the research floors of the Byrd Alzheimer’s Center over the last few months. We have successfully recruited to the […]

Increase your likelihood of success when applying for grants

In this column I want to explore applying for National Institutes of Health (NIH) research funding. First, I am happy to report that NIH funding for departments within […]

Infectious diseases expert looks for new ways to combat resilient parasites

USF Health’s Dr. Kami Kim probes the epigenetics of two global parasitic infections, malaria and toxoplasmosis While an undergraduate at Harvard University, Kami Kim, MD, participated in a […]

Laboratory renovations sign of MCOM research investment, progress

The increase in laboratory remodeling across the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM) campus lately has prompted me to consider “what is a lab?” and to recall […]

Grants

All grant entries below were provided by the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Office of Research:  Principal Investigator: Scallan, Joshua Department: Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology Title: Pathways […]

Publications

All online and print featured publications below are selected by the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Office of Research: Guha A, Dey AK, Armanious M, Dodd K, […]

Become an effective advocate for biomedical research

Gone are the days when researchers can work in isolation and communicate with the world through papers in specialty journals read by small communities of like-minded scientists. In […]

Patents, licenses key to bringing discoveries to patients

I think it’s fair to say that most of us received very little exposure to the topics of patents and intellectual property during our education or postdoctoral fellowships. […]

Don’t wait…

This month, I want to focus on the interplay between our intense drive as investigators to understand the root cause of a given disease and the need to […]

Publication authorship and research fraud

In this month’s column I cover the interrelated issues of research paper authorship requirements and research misconduct. While some differences may exist between journals in defining who qualifies […]