Posts Tagged USF Health

Physician residents participate in USF Health Patient Safety Workshop

In a standard hospital room lie dozens of potential dangers threatening the well-being of the patient.  It’s up to every member of the health care team to mitigate […]

USF Health welcomes the charter class for physician assistant program [video]

The USF Health Physician Assistant (PA) Program officially started May 8 when 30 students – the inaugural class – gathered in a lecture hall to begin their classes. […]

USF Health Ob/Gyn programs featured in national ACOG film series

The USF Health Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology was one of eight programs across the country selected to be highlighted in a television film series produced by the […]

Army veteran among new students in USF Health Physician Assistant charter class

While continuing to serve as an artilleryman in Florida’s National Guard, Warrant Officer Jason Abraham joins the first students entering the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine’s new […]

MCOM athletic training master’s program director to receive national honor

  For the past 30 years, Steven Zinder, PhD, ATC, director of athletic training master’s program at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, focused his passion for science […]

In memoriam: Dr. Lee Adair

USF Health is mourning the death of long-serving biochemistry and microbiology faculty member Winston Lee Adair Jr., PhD, who is remembered as both a brilliant scientist and an […]

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USF Health opens state-of-the-art fitness center

It was an exciting day at USF Health as hundreds gathered to celebrate the grand opening of a new USF Health Fitness Center on April 3 at the […]

USF College of Pharmacy leads the way in team-based practice

USF College of Pharmacy is transforming pharmacy practice to meet the demands of the ever-changing field of health care. The USF Health college strongly emphasizes interprofessional education to […]

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Medicine, engineering researchers use facial expression software to help measure pain felt by newborns

For generations, nurses tending to newborns have been able to tell the subtle difference between a baby’s cry of hunger and that of pain. That ability to distinguish […]

Infectious disease podcast series celebrates 10th anniversary

“How can we take the outstanding teaching of our local USF faculty to a wider audience?” This was the question asked by University of South Florida infectious disease […]