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Cardiology specialist first to earn PhD from USF Health Heart Institute program

Scientific research is often a low-key exercise, with fastidious people peering into microscopes and working under the radar. Seldom are they described as rising stars, but Jiajia Yang […]

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Educating the Educators: USF Health educators participate in teaching seminar

A group of Tampa Bay area medical educators recently participated in a Stanford Clinical Teaching Program for Medical Educators seminar at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine. […]

Grateful patient thanks USF Health cardiology, obstetrics team

On a morning in December 2021, Tiffani Craig woke up and had trouble breathing. At 27 weeks into her pregnancy, her first concern was her unborn baby so […]

USF Health graduate programs place well in latest U.S. News rankings

Graduate programs at USF Health had significant gains in this year’s rankings from U.S. News & World Report (U.S. News), strong improvements that highlight the advances USF Health continues to […]

Finding the perfect Match; USF Health senior medical students are residency-bound

Click here for Match Day 2022 results. It was a day of excitement, disbelief, and tears of happiness as, one by one, senior medical students from the USF […]

Targeting dysregulated kappa-opioid receptors reduces working memory deficits in alcohol use disorder

A USF Health preclinical study suggests that kappa-opioid antagonists offer a potential treatment to help alcohol-dependent patients cut back or quit drinking TAMPA, Fla. (March 9, 2022) — […]

MCOM provides clinical simulation learning activities for local high school students

The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Office of Student Diversity and Enrichment (OSDE) recently hosted a group of seniors from Tampa Bay Technical High School for a […]

Scholarly Concentration Program promotes lifelong learning for medical students

Since 2006, the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Scholarly Concentrations Program has helped broaden the inquisitive minds of hundreds of medical students. Supported through the MCOM Office […]

Facts That Unite Us

I started some weeks ago to put together a message on Black History Month.  But as the world watches with horror at what is happening in Ukraine between […]

USF Health celebrates return of in-person Research Day

Research Day 2022 participants welcomed the opportunity to once again connect with health sciences scholars across USF colleges and disciplines Video by Ryan Rossy, USF Health Communications and […]

Patient-centered treatment approach improves asthma outcomes for Black and Latinx adults

USF Health physician-scientist Dr. Juan Carlos Cardet was co-first author for the New England Journal of Medicine article reporting results of the long-awaited PREPARE trial   TAMPA, Fla […]

MCOM researchers win state grants to combat Alzheimer’s, heart disease

Two researchers from the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine have received Florida Department of Health (FDOH) grants to help advance discoveries in Alzheimer’s disease and in tobacco-related […]

Researchers identify protein complex critical in helping control cell death

USF Health-UT Southwestern Medical Center preclinical study suggests inhibiting PPP1R3G/PP1γ may protect against tissue damage from heart attacks, other diseases linked to inflammation TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 16, 2022) […]

USF awarded five-year, $1.35 million NIH institutional grant to train scientists in vascular inflammation and injury research

Trainees will benefit from USF Health’s increase in nationally recognized faculty with research expertise in blood vessel inflammation linked to heart, lung and other diseases TAMPA, Fla (Feb. […]

Activated protein C can protect against age-related cardiac ischemia and reperfusion injury, preclinical study finds

USF Health research discovers APC limits heart damage by preventing excessive loss of endothelial protein C receptors on the cardiac muscle cell membrane TAMPA, Fla. (Jan. 31, 2022) […]

USF Health Ybor Youth Clinic first in Florida to receive Adolescent-Centered Environment Certification from the Adolescent Health Initiative

The USF Health Ybor Youth Clinic (YYC) is proud to announce successful completion of the Adolescent-Centered Environment Assessment Process (ACE-AP) and certification as a silver adolescent-centered health center; […]

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