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USF nursing researcher creates video game to improve patient health

USF College of Nursing professor, John Clochesy, PhD, collaborates with engineers on virtual technology to help patients manage their own health. Dr. Clochesy teamed up with researchers and […]

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Top ovarian cancer expert joins USF to lead gynecologic oncology care and research

Nationally recognized gynecologic oncologist Thomas J. Rutherford, MD, PhD, an expert in ovarian cancer treatment and research, recently joined the University of South Florida to lead the Gynecologic […]

USF doctors help celebrate lung transplant milestone at TGH

There were tears of joy from 65-year-old Jeanette Ebaugh, who recently received the 500th lung transplant from Tampa General Hospital (TGH). Ebaugh celebrated the successful procedure, alongside her […]

USF students help count Tampa homeless

A group of USF College of Public Health undergraduate students hit the streets to help count the homeless during the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative (THHI) annual point-in-time count. […]

Peace Corps Festival celebrates USF’s growing global service commitment

The University of South Florida commemorated National Peace Corps Week at the College of Public Health with its annual Peace Corps Festival, March 2. Returned Peace Corps volunteers […]

Study Examining Race, Heart Disease Treatments One of Eight USF Health Presentations Accepted to Prestigious Cardiology Conference

One of the studies found that African-Americans are more likely to have nonischemic heart disease than white patients, which points to the need for a risk-stratification system based […]

“Language” of grant writing should help educate reviewers

The book “The 5 Love Languages” teaches about how people communicate and receive love using different “languages.” There are some similarities between these concepts and writing grant proposals, […]

A record crowd of presenters for USF Health Research Day.

USF Health hosts historic Research Day, showcasing the best in science

In what was likely the largest USF Health Research Day on record, nearly 360 presenters filled the Ballroom at the Marshall Student Center with their poster presentations, offering […]

Dallas trauma surgeon, USF alumnus returns to speak about race relations through his life journey

Students from across the university attended the latest Diversity Lectures Series titled Reflection at the Intersection of Race and Medicine. The University of South Florida’s Office of Diversity, […]

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USF Health gears up to host annual Research Day

USF Health Research Day 2017 is only a few days away. Students and faculty from all USF Health colleges, programs and disciplines are gearing up to showcase their […]

Health and engineering scientists create mobile app for patients with heart failure

Interprofessional collaborations between health professionals and engineers can help improve patient care. That’s what’s happening at USF. A nurse scientist and an engineer worked together to develop a […]

The WELL expands to CAMLS! New suite dedicated to student services

The WELL has expanded! The centralized services that support USF Health students on the main USF campus in north Tampa has opened a suite of offices at USF’s […]

U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor visits USF Nursing, discusses nursing workforce bill proposal

Strengthening the education and training of the nation’s nursing workforce is critical to advancing patient care in an increasing complex health care system. U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor emphasized […]

USF Health experts: Ten ways to keep your heart healthy

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. According to American Heart Association (AHA), more than 6 million adults currently live with heart disease. […]

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USF awarded $2.45-million by state for Zika virus research, vaccine development

The University of South Florida continues to make Zika a research focus. That’s evident through various research projects currently in the works. To bolster those efforts, the Florida Department of […]

Tampa DogFest walk at USF Health will help raise funds for canine companions and service dogs

USF Health is once again hosting the Tampa DogFest Walk ‘n Roll™ to benefit the Canine Companions for Independence program. The year’s event is Feb. 12 and continues […]