Posts Tagged USF Health
woman's smile

Top 10 USF Health News stories of 2012

From a  USF public health researcher’s discovery of a “happy gene” for women — news picked up by media worldwide — to the opening of a first-of-its-kind simulation center to […]

Lynette Menezes, International Affairs

Dr. Menezes to lead international affairs at USF Health, Morsani College of Medicine

Lynette Menezes, PhD, was recently named  new assistant dean for international affairs in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, as well as assistant vice president for international affairs […]

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Two-thirds of the local Best Doctors in America list are connected to this region’s only academic medical center: USF Health

This year, more USF Health physicians than ever are transforming the health care of residents throughout the Tampa Bay area, as the 2012 Best Doctors in America®  list clearly shows. Thirty-six […]

Mom and baby

USF physicians help patient’s dream of healthy baby come true

The robot-assisted cervical stitch surgery, performed through the abdomen, was a first for Tampa General Hospital Tampa, FL (Oct. 26, 2012) — A long-delayed dream came true  this […]

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Student-centered initiative will integrate support for USF Health colleges

Fast. Focused. Flexible. Those three words define the work philosophy of Joe Ford, JD, the recently named assistant vice president of the USF Health Shared Student Services. They […]

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New course amplifies team learning by looking at patients across time

USF Health has been at the forefront for training healthcare professionals to work in teams – from its ground-breaking coursework that combines students from medical, nursing and physical […]

Medical students help young hands plant gardens filled with lessons [VIDEO]

[] A Children’s Garden of Verses came to life earlier this month when USF medical students helped young students at the USF Patel Partnership Elementary School plant Earth […]

More students than ever start fall classes at USF Health

It’s another year of firsts and breaking records for the colleges and programs at USF Health.  Both Pharmacy and SELECT welcomed their second group of students, each more […]

Dr. Arthi Sanjeevi, Kent Robinson, colorectal cancer screening, gastroenterology

Don’t make excuses, new advocate for colon cancer screening says

  For reasons not yet understood, African Americans have the highest incidence of colorectal cancer of all ethnic groups in the U.S. Kent Robinson prefers to remember his […]