Posts Tagged stephen liggett

Dr. Stephen Liggett inducted into medical and biological engineering elite

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering recognizes excellence in advancing innovation WASHINGTON, DC — USF Health’s Stephen B. Liggett, MD, was among three USF faculty members elected […]

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New research discovers genetic variation linked to African Americans with heart failure

The University of South Florida-led study is another step toward more effective treatments for a population disproportionately affected by this chronic cardiovascular disease TAMPA, Fla. (March 7, 2018) […]

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USF Health Research Day 2018 celebrates team science

Two new Research Day awards focus on scholarly work promoting research and practice across the health colleges This year’s USF Health Research Day hit another record number of […]

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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 […]

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. […]

Personalized medicine: A work in progress

From time to time I am asked about the state of “personalized” medicine, or “precision” medicine. Usually, these terms refer to customizing some aspect of medical care based […]

Dr. Liggett chosen as Biomedical Research Exemplar for research leadership, integrity

USF Health’s Stephen B. Liggett, MD, was one of 30 scientists nationwide recently selected to join The Research Exemplar Project as a Biomedical Research Exemplar – recognition of […]

“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, […]

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 […]