Posts Tagged USF Morsani College of Medicine
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Construction officially begins on new facility for Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute (video)

Inside Amalie Arena, and with a view above the bustling construction site across the street, USF leaders, friends and supporters from throughout the region gathered to mark the […]

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Facing renal failure, a child is saved by his mother’s kidney donation

USF kidney expert Dr. Alfonso Campos guides the family and health care team, from diagnosis to transplant to success. Twenty weeks into her pregnancy with her second child, Melissa Ranieri […]

In memoriam: Dr. Julian Dwornik

Julian J. Dwornik, PhD, a founding faculty member (emeritus) of the USF College of Medicine, passed away May 13, 2014. He was 76. Dr. Dwornik, a member of […]

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Dr. Bryan Bognar returns to USF Health to lead medical education

Eight years ago, Bryan Bognar, MPH, MD, was deep in the middle of preparing for reaccreditation for the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine. Committees, data collection, lengthy reports and […]

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A promise of humanism helps medical students transition to third year

Be kind, work hard and be grateful were the words of advice presented to 166 second-year medical students as they formally entered their third year of medical school […]

USF medical students shine bright in AMA spotlight, earning awards and taking the national stage

Taking active roles on a national stage earned several high-profile awards for students at the  USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, including showcasing the comprehensive range of involvement by the USF chapter […]

First class of USF SELECT medical students moves to Allentown, PA

 Click here for update on USF SELECT students at Lehigh Valley Health Network                                                                                                                                    * * * Holding his baby daughter in one arm, Keith O’Brien directs movers with the […]

Through mentoring, USF Health helps new charter school build a pipeline for healthcare professionals

Like students in most schools, a group of elementary students in East Tampa started classes last month excited about the year ahead. But this group is a little […]