Posts Tagged USF Health

Upward Bound Program sets up USF student for potential career in health care

To 21-year-old Tracey Vilvert, the thought of going to college was just a thought.  Now a USF junior majoring in Health Sciences with a specialization in Biological Health […]

Morsani College of Medicine pioneer to retire after 39 years

After 39 years of dedicated service to the University of South Florida’s medical college, Steven Specter, PhD, will retire May 31, leaving an enduring legacy of improving the […]

THE USF Health Video Blog

A video blog featuring fresh perspectives from USF Health leadership. Visit USF.edu/HealthCheckup  

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Unlocking the genome of the world’s deadliest parasite

Groundbreaking USF College of  Public Health research pushing the fight against malaria forward For the first time ever, an international team of researchers led by scientists at the […]

USF undergraduate student to present at prestigious biology conference

One USF student will soon experience something an undergraduate student rarely gets to experience and on one of the biggest stages for biomedical research. The American Society for […]

Joann Strobbe at forefront of building business foundation for MCOM, USF Health

NOTE: The USF Health community is invited to a reception celebrating Strobbe’s career at USF to be held 4 to 6 p.m., this Thursday, March 29, in the […]

Another beautiful Match Day!

Senior medical students at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine learned where they will spend their residencies on national Match Day Click here for Match Day 2018 […]

Early study shows new shoe attachment can help stroke patients improve their gait [video]

A new device created at the University of South Florida – and including a cross-disciplinary team of experts from USF engineering, physical therapy and neurology – is showing […]

Tackling medicine’s biggest problems by thinking very small

USF’s Master’s in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology program celebrating its first graduating class As the technology of medicine and drug development and delivery continues to shrink down to the nanoscale, […]

When age doesn’t matter: New model of care offers women greater expertise for fighting cancer

Brigitte Jenkins has more living to do. She is 80, has a full and loving family, and aims to reach her U.S. travel goal – she has visited […]