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Tampa General Hospital leases space in new USF Health Morsani College of Medicine building in downtown Tampa, offering stronger ties to help advance academics, patient care and research

TAMPA, Fla. (Jun 18, 2019) — Tampa General Hospital is leasing up to 25,000 square feet of space in the new USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and […]

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Clinical trial seeks to reduce risk of Alzheimer’s, delay effects from disease

Jan. 29, 2019 – What if solving brain games and puzzles on a computer could reduce the chances of developing dementia such as Alzheimer’s or delay the debilitating loss […]

New research framework may help better predict human and wildlife infectious disease risk

University of South Florida-led research identifies individual hosts more or less likely to escalate outbreaks Tampa, FL (Jan. 29, 2019) – The 2014-16 Ebola virus epidemic that ravaged […]

Spacious new center accommodates record growth in clinical trials

As USF Health’s overall research portfolio grows, the space, services and resources dedicated to clinical trials have also expanded. Last fall, the Clinical Research Center (CRC), where USF […]

Research Day 2019 set for Feb. 22

Students, residents, fellows and postdoctoral students across USF Health, as well as health-related collaborators from other USF colleges, will come together Friday, Feb. 22, for USF Health Research […]

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Preeminence helps USF build new medical engineering department

The partnership between USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and the College of Engineering can help spur new technologies, devices and processes to improve health care and reduce […]

Ketogenic supplements can significantly delay seizures without dietary restrictions

New study teams researchers from College of Arts and Sciences, USF Health Jan. 9, 2019 — The ketogenic diet has proven successful in helping people lose weight and […]

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Top 10 USF Health News Stories of 2018

As we move into an exciting New Year — a year that will culminate in late 2019 with the opening of our new USF Health Morsani College of […]

Record number of students showcase research at MCOM’s 9th Annual Student Symposium

Medical students, staff and faculty gathered Nov. 30 at the USF Health Auditorium for the 9th Annual Student Symposium hosted by the Morsani College of Medicine Office of […]

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Newest graduates ready to shape the future of health

More than 500 of the 5,000 degrees to be conferred during the University of South Florida System’s fall commencement ceremonies, Dec. 7-9, will be awarded to USF Health […]

Kiosk in Morsani Center lobby offers helpful information

USF Health patients and caregivers now have a shortcut to helpful information with the recent installation of the e-Branch Library kiosk in the lobby of the Morsani Center […]

Cardiologists can help prevent diabetes, USF Health review article suggests

Cardiologists could and should take more action in guiding their patients to interventions aimed at delaying, and even preventing, diabetes, USF Health faculty proposed last month in a […]

Increase your likelihood of success when applying for grants

In this column I want to explore applying for National Institutes of Health (NIH) research funding. First, I am happy to report that NIH funding for departments within […]

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Former president of world-renowned Pasteur Institute joins USF Health

Dr. Christian Bréchot will help elevate biomedical and health-related areas of research excellence to the international level The former head of the world-renowned Pasteur Institute in Paris has […]

USF Health physicians earn spots on Tampa Magazine’s 2019 Top Doctors list

Tampa Magazine surveyed nearly 9,000 physicians across the Tampa Bay area, asking them to nominate peers they consider the best in their specialty. The final 2019 Top Doctors […]

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Byrd Institute’s medical experts and resources help world-traveling couple navigate Alzheimer’s journey

Seeking help at the first signs of Betty’s memory loss, the Boysens continue to live each day fully rather than letting the disease define them “Once the travel […]