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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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New study offers insights into triggers of early-stage malaria parasite infection

For a century, researcher after researcher has tried to grow Plasmodium vivax (P. vivax), the parasite that causes the most widespread type of malaria, in petri dishes continuously, […]

Faculty excellence recognized at promotion and tenure reception

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, USF Health celebrated faculty excellence at the University Club.  The evening consisted of a welcome by Catherine Lynch, MD, associate vice president for faculty […]

Early Parkinson’s patients waiting too long to seek medical evaluation

The time between diagnosis and the beginning of symptomatic treatment is critical in the effort to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD). A paper published in npg Parkinson’s […]

New Hernia Center offers three locations for patient care

USF Health recently launched a new service dedicated to hernia repair and is making this available in three Tampa area locations – giving patients across the region greater […]

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Heart Institute hosts first research symposium

The USF Health Heart Institute recently hosted its inaugural scientific conference, marking another milestone in the young Institute’s short history and setting a standard for future collaborative work […]

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USF Health, Moffitt lead one of nation’s first academic Cardio-Oncology Programs

Michael Fradley, MD, had finished medical school. He’d completed training in internal medicine and cardiology.   He decided to pursue further training in electrophysiology, and began observing a substantial […]

USF Health leadership travels to Panama and fosters partnerships                              

A team of health experts and educators from across USF Health recently traveled to Panama’s City of Knowledge as part of a collaborative partnership between the two institutions […]

USF Health’s Dr. Henry Rodriquez comments on need to integrate new diabetes management technology into school settings

The use of technologically advanced systems to monitor the sugar levels of students with Type 1 diabetes around the clock have increased dramatically over the last several years. […]

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Player Down!

When the hockey player is a high-tech manikin, medical professionals take emergency training to a whole new level The USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation […]

New Department of Medical Education elevates educational mission

The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine has established a Department of Medical Education – a transition that raises the bar for the college’s educational standards as USF […]

MCOM clinical trial revenue continues to rise

This year marks a record high for clinical trial revenue, topping out at $14.7 million. By comparison, fiscal year 2013 realized clinical trial revenue of $4.9 million. This […]

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President Genshaft announces several new USF records in her annual fall address

New university logo for academic programs, brand theme also revealed University of South Florida System President Judy Genshaft announced today that the university has set new institutional records […]

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New medical students comprise most competitive class yet

The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine’s incoming medical students donned their first white coats Friday during a ceremony at the downtown Tampa Convention Center — less than […]

USF Health experts: Vaccines safe and effective in preventing measles

In light of the recent emergence of a few cases of measles in Pinellas County, which had not reported a case in 20 years, USF Health doctors reflect […]

USF Health Neuroscience Institute highlighted during Congressman’s visit

Neurological diseases are growing at an unprecedented rate as Americans live longer and survive other chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease and cancer. During U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis’ visit […]