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MCOM welcomes nation’s newest doctors, bids farewell to USF President Genshaft

    More than 1,000 friends and family of USF Health senior medical students packed The Mahaffey Theatre to welcome the nation’s newest doctors and bid farewell to […]

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Amanda Smith, Byrd Alzheimer's Institute

USF Health part of national resveratrol study for Alzheimer’s disease

Can a component found in red wine help change the course of Alzheimer’s disease? The USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute has been selected as one of the sites […]

USF Hyperbaric Lab featured in national video on naval research

The Office of Naval Research recently released a video it produced highlighting the undersea medicine research projects taking place around the country, including the work by a team […]

CAMLS, Surgical Skills Lab, vascular surgery course

CAMLS course offers glimpse of surgical simulation training across all learners

Under the bright lights of the surgical skills laboratory at the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS), medical students and surgical residents practice together.  […]

Project World Health, Dominican Republic hillside

Project World Health works toward sustainable outreach in Dominican Republic [VIDEO]

A few USF Health Morsani College of Medicine students travelled to the Dominican Republic this past spring break – not to work on their tans, but to volunteer […]

Dr. Arthur Labovitz, cardiologist

Aspirin vs. warfarin: USF cardiologist part of landmark heart failure study

USF Health cardiologist Dr. Arthur Labovitz was an investigator and co-author for a landmark clinical trial reported May 2 in the New England Journal of Medicine, showing that […]

School of Physical Therapy graduates, May 2012

USF Health Commencement Highlights

USF Health bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral students participated in several University of South Florida commencement ceremonies in the newly renovated Sun Dome over the weekend.   Surrounding family friends, faculty and […]

Ivana Sehovic (center), public health graduate

Public health graduates: Ivana Sehovic and Patrick Johnson

For The Sehovics, the USF College of Public Health is a family affair.  Mom Marina earned a master of public health in epidemiology (MPH) last summer.  And, daughter […]

Morsani College of Medicine Commencement 2012

From Morsani College of Medicine graduates, a dose of gratitude

Click here for USF Health Morsani College of Medicine 2012 Commencement Photo Gallery Between the two of them, Dr. William Spellacy and Dr. Michael Flannery have taught USF […]

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New Gallery of Scholarship spotlights senior medical student capstone projects

Fourteen graduating medical students showcased their capstone projects May 3 as part of the inaugural Gallery of Scholarship, held before the annual USF Morsani College of Medicine’s Student and […]

Academia regalia

Graduation 2012 Schedule of Events

  USF Health students celebrate graduation —  a milestone in their lifelong  journey of continuing education as health professionals.  Commencement times and other graduation-related activities are listed below: USF Health […]

Parkinson's disease, puzzle brain

Is there a Parkinson’s personality?

A new study by researchers at USF Health adds to a growing body of research suggesting that the risk for Parkinson’s disease may be higher among people with […]

Dr. Catherine Lynch, OB-GYN

Dr. Lynch selected for national leadership program’s new class of fellows

Diverse class of leaders spans the globe Philadephia, PA (April, 2012) – Dr. Catherine Lynch of the University of South Florida is among the senior women faculty members […]

John Armstrong, CAMLS

Dr. Armstrong named State Surgeon General

Dr. John Armstrong, chief medical officer for the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS), has been appointed to serve as State Surgeon General and Secretary of […]

USF's Dennis Kyle speaking at Malaria Research Expo on Capitol Hill

USF malaria research showcased on Capitol Hill

Six years ago USF had no researchers working on malaria.   Today, more than 60 faculty members, staff and students are tackling major challenges needed to end malaria, a […]

$1.7 million NIH grant to Public Health will build research skills while helping adolescents

USF graduate students and community professionals will gain stronger research skills for addressing drug abuse and other behavioral health problems in children and adolescents with the help of […]