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CoCo clinic provides key follow-up services for COVID-19 patients.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, USF Health continues to find ways to innovate and collaborate to benefit the Tampa Bay area.  A recent effort is the […]

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USF Microbiome Initiative can drive transdisciplinary discovery and innovation

The microbiota (community of bacteria, fungi and other microbes) and microbiome (interplay between the microbiota and the environment) offer a novel paradigm for modern transdisciplinary science. In fact, […]

Soy supplements may benefit asthma patients with specific genetic variations

The study, co-led by USF Health, finds soy isoflavones reduced the risk of severe asthma flare-ups in individuals with higher levels of the protein PAI-1 A 2015 multicenter […]

Hillsborough County Schools approve adding Certified Athletic Trainers in all high schools

USF Health has agreed to provide Certified Athletic Trainers  to Hillsborough County Schools through its SMART Institute, a comprehensive sports safety program in the USF Health Morsani College […]

USF Health gynecologists featured on journal’s research paper video podcast

USF Health Morsani College of Medicine physicians Emad Mikhail, MD, and Lauri Hochberg, MD, were recently featured in a Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology video podcast about how […]

USF Announces $10 Million Gift to Name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy

Tampa, FL (Aug. 16, 2019) — The University of South Florida announced today it has received a $10 million gift from Taneja Family Foundation to name the USF […]

MCOM researchers part of study using new mouse model linking transfusions to dangerous digestive disease in infants

USF Health Heart Institute scientists developed nanoparticles deployed to suppress inflammation in the bowels of anemic infant mice, preventing transfusion-associated intestinal injury Physicians have long suspected that red […]

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VA selects USF Health CAMLS to host training sessions

Called the Women’s Health Mini Residency Program, the sessions will help prepare VA health care teams who treat our nation’s women Veterans. USF Health CAMLS (Center for Advanced […]

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10-year accreditation for USF Health’s Athletic Training Program

Amanda Tritsch, PhD, ATC, CSCS, had a busy 2018. The director of USF Health’s Professional Athletic Training Program and her team spent months making sure they met all […]

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USF Health earns a 100% score on national benchmarks for value-based care

USF Health attained a 100% score on its most recent Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) assessment, a measurement required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) […]

USF Health, USF Athletics adopt independent medical model for student-athlete care

On July 15, USF Health and USF Athletics partnered on an implementation of an independent medical model that supports the physical and psychosocial welfare of student-athletes. Under the […]

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Regarding the mass shootings of this past weekend

Dear Faculty, Staff and Students: I extend my sincere condolences to the victims, families, and communities affected by this weekend’s incomprehensible violence. The scenes in El Paso, Texas […]

Nature Biomedical Engineering cover features paper with MCOM coauthor

USF Health’s Stephen Liggett, MD, is a coauthor of the article highlighted on the July 2019 cover of Nature Biomedical Engineering, one of the high-impact Nature journals. That […]

Inhibiting enzyme GSK3ß reduces abnormal cardiac parasympathetic function in type 1 diabetic mice

The new study, with collaboration from USF Health, establishes potential targets for treating diabetic damage to nerves regulating heart rate Cardiac autonomic neuropathy, a common complication of diabetes, […]

Nano-delivered therapy inhibits spread of ovarian, uterine cancer cells

The peptide-siRNA nanoparticle technology applied in the preclinical study was developed by USF Health Heart Institute researchers Advanced ovarian and uterine cancers are deadly diseases. Ovarian cancers, in […]

USF Health cell biologist studies role of capillaries in tissue health and disease

The laboratory of  Dr. George Davis grows three-dimensional “blood vessel networks in a dish” under defined, serum-free conditions Capillaries are our smallest, yet most abundant, blood vessels. With […]