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Join the fun! USF Health’s Multicultural Week Celebration is full of activities

USF Health is celebrating Multicultural Week. Here are some images capturing the week-long celebration. Farther below is the schedule for the events. Monday, November 13   Microaggressions – […]

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USF team plays key role in discovery of new drug to combat malaria

Tampa, FL (March 20, 2013) — University of South Florida researchers played a key role in an international multidisciplinary project that has yielded a promising new antimalarial drug […]

New drugs may improve quality of life for people with Parkinson’s disease

Studies of the investigational treatments, authored by a University of South Florida neurologist, will be presented at the 2013 Academy of Neurology  Meeting in San Diego SAN DIEGO, CA (March […]

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At long last for the Class of 2013: Match Day

CLICK HERE FOR MATCH RESULTS The students are packed into Skippers’ Smokehouse and buzzing with excitement, impatient for Dr. Steve Specter to pick up the microphone  and call […]

Match Day 2013: An envelope holds the future for USF medical students

USF Health Morsani College of Medicine senior medical students will join fellow students across the country gathering for Match Day ceremonies this Friday, March 15.  It’s the day when each student […]

TEDxUSF features two public health students

Two public health students — Steven Franklin and Shivani Gogna — took center stage last month at “On the Edge of the Future,” USF’s first TEDx event.  Featuring a series […]

National Public Health Week at USF: Maximize Your ROI

Are you seeking the best return on your investment (ROI) in 2013? Then, look no farther than your local community. The ROI is accessible to everyone. It saves […]

New TriDocs Club welcomes aspiring triathletes at all training levels

USF medical students have harnessed their high energy and competitive drive into establishing a newly registered club at the university. The TriDocs at USF club supports graduate-level students […]

USF medical student chosen for AMA’s prestigious Government Relations Advocacy Fellowship

University of South Florida medical student William Pearce has been selected to fill the American Medical Association’s 2013-14 Government Relations Advocacy Fellowship (GRAF).  Only one student is chosen […]

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USF-TGH doctors combine technology and teamwork for safe delivery

The hospital’s new hybrid operating room, allowing interventional and open procedures in the same place, helped reduce high-risk patient’s blood loss Reyna Miranda didn’t know much about the […]

Work begins on USF Health Specialty Care Center in The Villages

THE VILLAGES, FL (March 11, 2013) – Construction began Monday morning on the new USF Health Specialty Care Center in The Villages, setting the stage for a new era and […]

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Introducing the Doctors of USF Health [VIDEO]

By Jeff Lowenkron, MD Over the next few weeks, millions of people driving Interstate 275 northbound by downtown Tampa will see a billboard that re-introduces USF Health to the Tampa […]

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Wise words prepare third-year medical students for transition to patient care

Their first day as third-year medical students began with advice and words of wisdom, as well as applause and hugs. On March 4, as friends and family watched, […]

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USF Health’s partnership with Lakeland Regional Medical Center advances

March 1, 2013 (Lakeland, FL)  — Upon the  recommendation of Elaine Thompson, PhD, president and CEO of Lakeland Regional Health Systems, Inc. , the Lakeland Regional Medical Center/LRHS […]

Jim Burkhart takes helm as Tampa General Hospital CEO

Jim  Burkhart becomes Tampa General Hospital’s new CEO on Monday, March 4, marking a new era  in USF Health’s longstanding partnership with its major teaching hospital. Burkhart joins Tampa General […]

Students aim to improve patient safety with new USF Health interdisciplinary group

Despite countless hours of prevention training for healthcare professionals, urinary tract infections (UTIs) remain a big problem in nearly every hospital in the country. To help curb, and […]